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FORT BENTON. MONTANA THE RIVER PRESS - Page 8 WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 17, 1976 •••••••'' •••••.-- ATTENTION GOLFERS Saturday, November 20th E.O.C. Building 'Bomb Shelter! Annual Meeting Signal Point Golf Club 6:30 p.m. Followed by Cocktail Party, Banquet, Awards, with Dance Afterwards --Live Music $12.00 per Couple Walborn & Sons Welding and Machine Shop Franklin and 24th Street, Fort Benton Light to Heavy General Welding. Hard Surfacing. Welding Repair All Types of Metal - Steel, Cast Iron, Aluminum Stainless and All Alloys Rebuilding of Worn Out Shafts to Original Using Newest Process to Guard Against Warpage During Rebuilding Complete Line of 0 - Rings Piston Rings and Rod Packing for All Your Hydraulic Systems Needs All Makes of Hydraulic Pumps, Valves and Cylinders Repaired. Bus. Ph. 622-3874 Res.: Avery Walborn 622-5110 •••••••-••••-•••••••••-••••••• • A Bit On Tires... Back in the good old days of the Model T, as one can tell by reprints of old catalogs, tires cost around $18 apiece, and one had inner tubes. patch- ing compound, pumps and extras to buy. Those skinny old T tires on the rim, cost about as much as lower priced tires today, and the seller would have laughed at you if you said \guarantee.' On a trip everyone hoped, but expected to have to dismount, patch and replace and pump up, knew his hope was just that --and did have to patch, repair and pump. Mileage was figured in hundreds per tire, then. Consider the mileage, the amount of rubber, the smoother ride, and con- vince yourself that these days a tire is a bargain. Big, air conditioned pillows cost about the same in dollars --and look at the difference in what those dollars would buy in other things, then and now. We favor Goodyears, of course, the brand we sell; and over the years the Goodyear name has carried on --now more people ride on Goodyears than any other brand. Quality, service, reliability. Be sure to get our prices on the world's favorite tire before you buy D -K Distributors I r1/1111% ear -EXXON -Michelin !kaki-. Phone 622-3371 Fort Benton ••••••. •••••!... UMW at Geraldine Girls Team Back row left to right: Veronica Dostal, Paula Ander- son, Brenda Knedler, Pam Scribner, Richard Lee, coach; Cris Steinbacher, Debbie Tay- lor, Cecilia Qunell, Deanna Moline, Marie Wishman, Lon- elle Sangsland. Front row left to right: Zana Mayo, manager; Sarah Qunell, Tracy Spurgeon, Shari Duvall, Tracy Steinbacher. manager. First Tourney Game 6 Tonight After an early 4-4 tie, the Bison ran away to a 39-18 halftime lead here last Friday night. With most of the visitor's regulars on the bench starting the second half, Leslie Appleby scored seven straight points to cut the lead to 39-25. The Bison starters reported in at this point and dominated play for the remainder of the game to win 67-34. This was the last regular season game for the Longhorns and for three seniors on the squad, Mary Streit, Leslie Appleby, and Jackie Shaw. Scoring for Benton was: Jackie Shaw 1 2 5 4 Marlene Shaw.... 6 3 4 15 Debbie Stashi... 1 2 3 4 Leslie Appleby 3 1 3 7 Rikki Marcussen 1 0 - 1 2 Sandy Lippert 1 0 0 2 The Longhorns ended the season with an overall record of 5-11. Their league record is 2-8 which places them in ninth position - ahead of Shelby and Chinook. The Longhorns will open the tournament at Havre on Wednesday at 6 p.m playing the Conrad Cowboys. Conrad has defeated Benton 3 times this season with two of the games being decided in the last few seconds of the ball game This fourth game looks like a toss-up with anything likely to happen at a tournament. Girls Northern Districts Name Eight To Divisional With four northern B district tournaments out of the way, after three Monday night chal- lenges, eight teams had made it to the divisional meet. They are: 9B Grass Range and Winnett, 10B, Rudyard and Inverness; 11B, Centerville and Cascade; 128. Sunburst and Fairfield. First named in each district were the champions. Geraldine, playing in 98, lost two games; Big Sandy in 10B, placed fourth, and Highwood in 9B, placed third, losing a challenge game to Cascade 43-27. Belt rolled over Geraldine 55-22 at Cascade Thursday, leading 10-4 at the quarter, 26-11 at the half and 42-12 in the third. Geraldine scorers. Cris Stein- bacher 6, Debbie Taylor 3, Brenda Knedler 11. Paula .Anderson 2. Against Geyser Friday. Ger- aldine did better. leading 9-8 at the quarter, but was behind 16-13 at intermission. Geyser got a 25-20 lead going into the fourth and pulled away 49-32. Geraldine scorers, Cris Stein- hacher 16. Brenda Knedler 12. Cissy Qunell 2. Shari Duvall 2 The defeat eliminated Geral- dine. Big Sandy girls had a tight one with Chester, old rivals of the Pioneers, Thursday at Havre trailing 11-7 at the quarter. leading 20-17 at half time, dropping behind 24-22 in the third and pulling it out 35-34 to move up to the semi-finals Big Sandy scorers. Carol Dam reuther 11. Marlys Darlington 12, Amy Dixon 2, Cinda Gener •.ux 2, Jean Haaland 5, Sheila Jenkins 3. Friday with Turner it was just as close Big Sandy trailed 8-3 at the quarter but tied it 14 -all at the half. Turner led 24-23 with a quarter to go and regulation time ran Out 34 -each In ,ivert imp Turner held a 5-3 edge md the 3937 win Big Sandy scorers, Carol Danreuther 12, Marlys Darlington 7, Amy Dixon 2, Cinda Genereux 4, Jean Haaland 5, Sheila Jenkins 2, Shannon Green 5 Saturday morning with Kremlin Gildford the Big Sandy girls established a 14'8 quarter lead and made it stand up, 18-11, 23-15 and 34-28, to stay alive in the meet Big Sandy scorers, Carol Danreuther 17, Marlys Darlington 12, Cinda Genereux 2. Jean Haaland 3. Shannon Green 2 Turner again edged Big Sandy Saturday night in the consolation finals, leading 6-2 at the quarter, 13-8 at the half and 17-14 with a quarter left Final score was 27-22 Turner Big Sandy scorers, Carol Danreuth- er 4, Marlys Darlington 4. Amy Dixon 5. Cindy Genereux 4. Jean Haaland 3, Shannon Green 2 Highwood girls established a 16-6 first period lead over Stanford, held on 25-15 and 35-27, then held off a fourth quarter Stanford rally to win 41-38. Highwood scorers, Laurie Booth 14, Emy Evers 7, Linda Davison 9, Gayla Malek 9, Gini Zimmer 2, in Thursday's open- ing round. In the semi-finals after High - wood led Centerville 12-10 in the first period, the latter got in front 20-17 at the half, 30-25 with a quarter to go and pulled away 46-33. Highwood scorers, Laurie Booth 14, Emy Evers 5, Linda Davison 9, Diane Zanto 4, Joyce Goncieiro 1. Saturday morning Highwood got a 15-7 lead over Geyser in the first, needed all of it as the latter closed in 23-18 at the half, 34-30 at the quarter and 43-41 at the end. Highwood scorers, Laurie Booth 9, Emy Evers 10, Linda Davison 7, Gini Zimmer 7, Diane Zanto 6, Deb Burley 4. Highwood had to come from behind to get a consolation win over Belt, although they led 9-6 in the first. Belt went in front 25-19 at the half, Highwood closed it to 33-31 with a quarter left and pulled out a 45-43 win, second two pointer in a row. Highwood scorers, Laurie Booth 10, Emy Evers 2, Linda Davison 4, Gini Zimmer 11, Diane Zanto 12, Julie Davison 4, Joyce Gondeiro 2. In the challenge game against Cascade Monday night it was very close the first quarter, Cascade leading 8-7, but High - wood trailed 16-10 at the half, and Cascade built the margin to 28-17 in the third and won 43-27. Highwood scorers, Laurie Booth 10, Emy Evers 10, Linda Davison 3, Gayla Malek 2, Gini Zimmer 2. Longhorn Boys Squads Named This year's basketball season started November 1 with try outs and now both squads are working hard on fundamentals and are preparing for the season opener during Thanks- giving vacation against Deer Lodge. The Longhorns were hit heavily by graduation losing Ray Allen, Kevin Shaw, Kirby Granger and Steve Birkeland. Only one full time starter is back, that person being junior Matt Davison. Seniors Dick Clark, Bill Lepley and Dan Stovall are all returning letter men and transfer Ray Ewen brings the number of seniors to four The rest of the varsity squad is comprised of junior Brice Russell, sophomores Wes Brodock. Keith Lippert, Greg Shaw and Parry Lepley all of whom move up from last year J V squad This year assiting Coach Lynn Utterback will be J.V wich Duane alker This year's J V team consists of the following sophomores Rob Myers, Joe Blanchard, Dallas Curtiss, Ken Lundy, Sid Scott, John Erickson, Eric Loysland, and Steve Witt. freshmen Dean Rominger. Ken Carl- strom, Wade Curt tss, Dennis Willson, George McQuire. Bart Hamilton, Mike Lehman, and Jeff McKeever This year's managers are Bruce Ritter and Mike Davison Boys Gymnastics Added At High School This Season The local gymnastics team has been working out for three weeks in preparation for their first meet December 4th at Lewistown The girls team who are the state class \A\ runner-ups will field a relatively young team this year with the loss of three from last year's team due to graduation Last year place winners at state who are returning are Kari Gray 5th all-around, 3rd balance beam, 3rd floor exercise, and Marlene Shaw who placed 3rd in vault. Other girls who gained points for the local team at state were Lyanne Taylor. Betty Madsen, and Toni Frieling. Although this year's team will be young with only four lettermen. it is expected that with the young talent and with the leadership of the lettermen, that this team will again be in a fight for the state champion- ship. Both Lewistown and defending state champion Bill- ings Central are looked to be the top teams. This is the first year for a boys team with about 10 boys working out regularly. It is expected that by the end of the season these boys will be a contender for placing at the state meet. Glendive is the defending champions with Miles City being the runner-up team in last year's state meet. Boys competing in gymnast- ics include: Seniors - Tom Allison, Henry Nagengast, Phil Frieling, Chuck Shaw; juniors - Darren Manley, Bobby Fisher, Mark Albers; freshmen - K.C. Kegel and Ron Ary. Girls who have been working out or will start at the end of the girls basketball season are seniors - Kari Gray; juniors - Marlene Shaw, Betty Madsen and Sandy Lippert; sophomores - Toni Frieling, Evie Jordan, Lyanne Taylor, Debbie Stashi and Michel McKinlay; freshmen - Kim Janssen, Ftaelynn Marcus- sen, Leisa Granger, Lisa May, Wendy Scheele and Laurie Lattin, Kari Gray has won three letters, Marlene Shaw - two, Betty Madsen -two and Toni Frieling one. Coaching again this year will be Roger Pugh with Jack Martin assisting. The teams schedule is still to tentative to print but the Longhorns will host two meets, one December 18th compulsory meet and an optional meet the 22nd of January, both meets being boys and girls BOWLING Norm's Thursday Nite: B Silvius 582; G. Lippard 555;G Frieling 554; J. O'Hara 544; R Nagengast 541; Fort Bentor Motor 1030; Fort Benton Motor 3024. Norm's LLL: D. Stovall 499; H. Clark 493; P. Moorehead 477, E Johnson 475; B. Hankins 450; 1800 MF 4 wheel drive $18,000 Krause 35' duckfoot 3200 95 John Deere Combine 9000 55 J.D. combine 400 1968 Chev. 2 ton, grain truck 7000 1955 GMC Grain Truck t 2000 Spra Coupe 4500 24' Int grain drills, 14 - spac. 600 1976 Cobra II 4500 CERTIFIED AUTO Rodger Hankins NOTICE I All Properties Owned or I Leased by Hyatt Ranch, Inc. I are posted. ABSOLUTELY NO HUNTING I or TRESPASSING Anyone. Regardles ; of Age, Found Trespassing will be prosecuted Hyatt Ranch, Inc. / by Roily G. Hyatt, Pres. mom. D Bartlett 450, Vet's Club 839, Vet's Club 2344 Norm's Tuesday Nite Mixed. M Handford 518, D Fairbanks 231, D Fairbanks 577, B Robison 545. C Goldhahn 517, M Handford 518. J Thompson 485, E Goldhahn 479, Atchison Oil 879, Atchison Oil 2452 Norm's Monday Nite: G Stovall 560, M. Nagengast 539, George Frieling 530, S. Frieling 522. B Jordan 514; Vet's Club 1035. Vet's Club 2934 Ladies Wednesday Eve: D Brodock 486, K Jensen 483; S Smith 475, P Paulson 457; R Farrell 456; Melroe-Pioneer Mercantile 1019; Pioneer Mer- cantile 2969. Ladies Tuesday Afternoon Trio: L. Reimer 480. C McKinlay 454; D. Reichelt 444, I Kelly 435; D. Morger 421, Gerts Beauty Shop 629, Gerts Beauty Shop 1824 Tri-City Mixed: F. Zanto 549. K Curtiss 510; M. Knecht 488; D Brodock 454; P. Paulson 443; D Laulo 440; Tutt Manu- facturing Company 824; Coast Trading 2394; Stairsteps - Harvey Powell- 148 - 151 - 154. Dust Bowlers: T. Corder 481. E Hankins Jr. 463; P. Wellman 454, L Emmett 452; C. Hankins POWER MOTORS Ford and Mercury ‘Nt• ‘ppreciate Your Busines% ..o4ac-9 429. P Moorehead 412, Farm- ers Elevator 800. Haas di Associates 2295 Tuesday Inter City M Appleby 221. M Appleby 542, R Bailey 520, F Zanto 515, R Anderson 513, G Hardy 505. Pioneer Insurance 1014, Pio- neer Insurance 2953 Thursday Night Mixed • B Anderson 501, F Kelly 500, J Fielstad 466, K Anderson 439, S. Peterson 439. D Reichelt 422, Art's Husky 832, Art's Husky 2400 Norm's Fri Nite Mixed B Moorhead 202,.; K. Snow 506, B Hankins 180; L. Fisher 180, P Lambott 496; Case Power 655, Case Power 1946 In 1877 haystacks on Main Street were so numerous the Record wanted a fire warden appointed Seed Regisr•red arid Commercial Angus Cattle Re-9istered Bulls and Heifers Blanchard Farms, Inc. FORT BENTON 622 :..A1 622-5339 AHIR Member MSGA Used Cars and Trucks 1975 Ford F100 4x4, V-8, 4 speed 1967 Dodge D500, Box & hoist, extra low price 1956 Ford F600, Box & hoist 1954 Ford COE, Box, hoist, cow rack 1974 Ford Mustang 1970 Volkswagon Bus 1973 Ford LTD Brougham, 4 dr. 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