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? PAGE EIGHT T}IE BIG TIMBER PIONEER 4-H Club News [Classified Mverusements REED POINT"] LEGAL NOTICES " "'" " The Yellowstone Victorians heldi ..... By Mrs. Sophia Guthrie [ ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE their first meeting at the Dan ~ For Sale--House just moved onto In the District Court of the Sixth Lauba~h home on Wednesday eve- :lots on 6th Ave. East. Donald MeKeith is home on fur- laugh from Moses Lake, Wash. Mrs. Moberg of Scranton, N. D., mother of Mrs. Gas Westerhaus, came Sunday to visit her daughter and family. Margy Kelly of Bismarck, N. D., has been guest of Miss Clarice Helmer. Margy is on her way to Los Angeles. Arbie Walseth of Glendive ar- rived last Monday and will spend the summer with his grandparents, Mr, and Mrs, A. P. Brumfield. Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Schroeder Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Sweet Grass. In the matter of the estates and guardianship of ALLEN CLAYTON MURDOCK and BEVERLY JEAN MURDC~K, minors. THE STATE OF MONTANA TO THE NEXT OF KIN OF ALLEN CLAYTON MURDOCK. a minor, AND TO ALL PERSONS INTER- ESTED IN THE ESTATE OF SAID MINOR, GREETING: O. F Murdock, as guardian of the person and estate of Allen Clayton Murdock, a minor, having filed herein his verified petition praying ning, May 23, at 8:30 o'clock.' 34-2t Gust Tollefson Twelve members are enrolled so i Taken Up--Roan horse, branded far; some of the older members ion right thigh. John Nyhus, Glass- are working away from home and are unable to join us this year,ton. 34-4 which we regret. New officers were elected: Don- na Bookout, a new member, was elected president; Bob Groom, vice president; Ruth Myrstol, secretary- treasurer; Audrey Groom, song leader: Darrel Laubach, reporter. Mrs. Dan Laubaeh is acting as leader for the first two meetfngs, then another leader is to be elect- ed to serve two more meetings, and so on. Six meetings are expected to be held this year. For Sale--Hardwood dining set. Inquire above Rexall drugstore. WANTED TO RENT FARMS Small ranch, grazing land, with option to purchase. About 600 or 700 acres. Write Mr Zior, General Delivery, Big Timber. 34-1 For Sale,-- Registered Berkshire boars, two months old. Excellent to cross with Chester Whites. Phone 16-R-20, McLean Clark. 34-3 und daughter Lorraine left last Tuesday for a summer vacation in Washington and British Columbia, Canada. for an order of this court author- County Agent Oefstos explained Mrs. Mae J a c ks o n and Pete izing him to sell an undivided the different projects for the com- Moordzy of Billings and Mrs, Hen- l~.24th interest in and to all of the ing year. Nine guests were present For Sale -- Montana Bar. A-1 ry Jacobs of Bozeman and Darrel o11, gas and other minerals in place--Mrs. Carl Myrstol, Mr. and Mrs. equipment and a good stock. Long Roobol of Butte were here to at- in and under the following de- Andres Laubach, Mr. and Mrs. Ran- lease on building. M. M. Martin, tend the funeral of Frank Pappas. scribed land in Sweet Grass coun-dall Groom, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Harlowton, Montana. . 33-4 Visitors here on Memorial day ty, Montana, to-wit: The southeast Bookout, Tom Jarrett. At the end ut the home of Mrs. Illa Ostenson quarter and the east half of the of the meeting a lunch was served. 'Objective Burma' were Mr. and Mrs. George Nute southwest quarter, of section thir- --Darrel Laubach and children, Barbara, Illa Jean, ty-six, in township two north, -- Opening Sunday Rodney and Robert. range fourteen east of the Man7 Riverside 4-H club ,held its third J. W. McBride and daughter, Mrs. tana. principal meri.aian, ana.all meeting at Scholten s on June 1 Two captured Japanese Zeros Evelyn Albright of Billings, were section thirty-one xn township two with 13 members nresent Mr flew again recently, their machine 'e e - -e .................... "- .............. weekend visitors at the home of north, range, fi.fte n asA. of th stos gave us a test in parliamen- guns spitting at American troop a ontana pnnc pat menman, to- tarv law and we discussed the con- formations stretched out on the McBride.his brother, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. gether with" 1/24th of ............ trol of garden insects. We decided desert near Palm Springs, Calif. Mrs. Zillah Golden and Miss Pat tara s roya y aria rentals to De- to have a nicnic on June 24 at Me.- The two Jap planes were loaned Brumfield of Vancouver, Wash., ar- come due and to be paid under the i Lead- The next meeting- will i -;tt to Warner Bros after they had " , ........ o ........ been studied by engineers and de- rived Tuesday for two weeks visit terms of a certain oll and gas lease ..... Vander Voort s June 13. at the parental home of Mr. and upon the a ove aescrmed lana signers attached to the southern Mrs. A. P. Brumfield. heretofore given by the owners of ARD OF THANKS California aircraft industry. Pfc. Alton O. N o r ds t r o m of said land to one C. D. Cunningham, We wi h to ex"ress our a'--reci They were used in the Errol r +,1+ Ftynn picture, "Objective Burma," Bozeman, who is on furlough from of Denver Colorado, and togethe - wi h lt24t'h of the lond -rd's ro- atton to neighbors and friends for which comes to the State theatre McCaw General hospital at Walla _,Z: their expressions of sympathy and Sunday. The Jap craft had been Walla, Wash., has been a week end/ .... _ ........ r for the beautiful floral, assembled from machines shot guest of A. W. Neumann and fan- aue ana p~l~ unaer ms x.o xr4m po..oo ily. |of any subsequent lease or lease .... a u .....down in the Pacific theater. Program celebrating children's I covering said land or any part .... ...... ..... ww day June3 was given at the Evan-| thereof,-reserving always, however, EVANGELICAL gelical church. A choir of boys sang,to said ward 1/24th of the land- . . CHURCH , ' " " ~ Of Meeting of Boards of School several numbers, Mona Hatfield lords royalty under said emstm ........... gave a reading and Rev. E. J. lease and any subsequent oil and 'lTustees to ~aop~ rrenmmary Schroeder took for his text, "Come gas leases upon said land,- and to ~uuge~ JUNE 10 Tarry, and Go." apply the net proceeds from such Notice is hereby given that the Mrs. Fred Swift entertained for sale upon that part of the mort- board of school trustees of each Children's day Sunday school Eastern Stars last Thursday. After gage indebtedness chargeable to school district in Sweet Grass coun- exercises Sunday morning at the social meeting a nice lunch was the real property now belonging to ty, Montana, will meet at its regu- 10:45, immediately following the served to Mxs. A. P. Brumfield, said minor,- averring in his said lar place of meeting on Monday, lesson. Mrs. Fidella Oieger, Mrs. P. A. uetltion that such sale would be for the 25th day of June, 1945, at the Special Children's Day pro- Huntley, Mrs. John Hornsby, Mrs. the best interests of said ward and hour of 8:00 o'clock p. m., for the gram for the entire congrega- Henry Miller. his estate, purpose of considering and adopt- tion at the usual preaching hour Lt. Carl Anderson, who has been NOW THEREFORE, You are ing a preliminary budget for the at 11 a. m. spending a furlough at Melville, hereby cited to be and appear be- school year beginning July 1st, Evening worship service at 8 and Mr, and Mrs. hermit Ander- fore this court at the courtroom 1945, and that all taxpayers in the o'clock. son visited last Monday with their thereof, in the city of Big Timber, district may appear at such meet- Prayer meeting with lesson aunt, Mrs. Illa Ostenson. They were Sweet Grass county, Montana, on ing and be heard on such prelimi- study on the bool entitled "The en route to Billings where Lt. Carl the 6th day of July, 1945, at 10:00 nary budget. [Building of the Body of Christ," left for his camp. ' a.m., then and there to show cause, Dated: June 5, 1945. Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ford and if any you have, why an order as MARGARET DEEGAN, [ Father's Day observance June County Superintendent of 17. Good Citizenship Day June four children arrived Sunday from )rayed for in said petition should Bozeman and moved their family "aot be granted to the said guar- Schools, Clerk of Board 24. Summer convention during into the A. P. Brumfield house, dian. School Budgets Supervis- July. Wayne, an ex-soldier, works in BLl- For further particulars, reference ors of Sweet Grass County, H.S. TOOL, 2 astor lings but could not find a place hereby made to said verified pe- Montana. for his family to live there, titian on file herein. {Pub. June 7, 14, 21, 1945) ..... Chris Miller, brother of Henry IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that NO~RS LIFE'SLittle TROUBL6 Miller, arrived last Monday from ~ervice of this order be made by Chicago to spend some time here. ublication as required by law. In the District Court of the Sixth Mr. and Mrs Jack Collins and Dated this 6th day of June, 1945. Judicial District of the State of two children are at Mr. and Mrs. BY THE COURT: Montana, in and for the County Milo Collins' home. They arrived BEULAH PATTERSON, of Sweet Grass. Saturday to stay a few days. Clerk of the abqve entitled In the matter of the estate of court acting in the absence IRA R. DUNN, deceased. Visitors at the home of Mrs. of the judge thereof from NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by[ Chloe Langford are Mrs. Evelyn the undersigned administrator of Booth and three daughters of Bil- Sweet Grass county, the estate of Ira R. Dunn, deceased. lings, Leslie Booth and two daugh- Attest: ters of Bend. Ore., and Clyde Fahl- BEULAH PATTERSON, to the creditors of, and all persons Clerk. having claims against the said de- gren of Big Timber. Leslie will re- (Court Seal} ceased, to exhibit them with the turn but the girls will spend the summer here. Leslie has also been E, O OVERLAND, necessary vouchers, within four visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Meach- Big Timber, Montana, months after the first publication No need to lie in bed---toss- am. tl rney for the guardian, of this notice, to the said admin- worry and fret because CON- Mr. and Mrs. Carl Eder received (Pub. June 7, 14, 21, 28, 1945) istrator at his law in the~ STIPATION or GAS PRES- courthouse at Big TimSer, Sweet SURE won't let you deep. Be Grass county, Montana, the same a message Wednesday, May 30, tell- Madson, Roger Phipps, Jesse Ter- being the place for the transaction ~ng of the death of their son, Cpl. rell and Raymond Lamb. He was of the business of said estate . Carl Eder, USMC, on Okinawa. He born July 9, 1929, In Butte, son of Dated: May 15, 1945. was in the Sixth marine division Mrs. Violette Roobol Pappas. His and had served 26 months over- E.O. OVERLAND, seas. He enlisted in NoVember 1942 father died in 1935. Pauline Bare, Administrator of the es- and never had a furlough. Besides Cora Bue, Ellen Terrel and Nina his mother and father he leaves a Mae Ford sang "The Old Rugged tate of Ira R. Dunn, de- brother Wayne Eder, livinu here, i Cross" and "Abide With Me." He ceased. is survived by his mother and two E. O. OVERLAND, anda sister, Mrs. Doris Neyhart of brothers, Delos, 13, of Reed Point, Attorney for the administrator Twin Bridges. (Pub. May 17, 24, 31, June 7, 1945) Funeral service for Frank Pappas and Douglas, 10, of Great Falls. was held at the Evangelical church LEGAL NOTICE last Thursday. Rev..E J. Schroe- PARODIES and POEMS "Sub-Section (a) That all per- tier offieiated,. Pallbearers were i By Jerome Williams sons whose property has heretofore George and:,Tohn Deeney, Gordon Only a few left 50c per copy been deeded to the county, or the ' successors in interest of such per- sons, or legal representatives, who WAPP " DRINK ran ,e- YOL+/+, + . :;3 +:+ ++++ ..... ,+ VOR ( that's Orange-CRUSH I have acquired any preferential right to purchase such property, prior to the date fixed for sale of such property, or while the title to the same remains in the name of the county, under the provisions of Section 2235, Revised Codes of Montana. 1935, as amended by Chapter 181. Session Laws of Mon- tana, 1939. are hereby given six (6) months after the effective date of this Act in which to exercise such preferential right to so re-purchase said property in accordance with the provLsmns of said laws above herein referred to, and if such rights are not so exercised within said period of six (6) months, said preferential rights shall terminate and thereafter forever be barred." Effective date February 28, 1945. DICK ARMSTRONG, County Clerk and Recorder Sweet Grass County (Pub. May 31, June 7, 14, 1945) HAVE YOUR PROPERTY INSURED WITH O. J. Ellingson AT+ MOTOR INN Prompt Service llll National Park Bank Bldg. Room 8 -- Phone 258 Livingston, Mont. IS IN POSITION TO MAKE On Farms and Ranches Through Vermont Loan & Trust Go. ~nsible---get up--take a dash d ADLER-I-KA to relieve the pressure of large intestines on nerves and organs of the digestive tract. Adierika assists old food wastes and gas through a comfortable bowel movement so that bowels return to normal size and the discomforts of pressure stop. B~ore you know it, you are asleep. Morning finds you feeling dean- refreshed and ready for a good day's work or fun. Caution, use 0nly as directed. , a., ,,...... , Cole Drug Company Thursday, June 7, 1945 MONDAY, JUNE 11 Ten Carloads of Light Weight White Face Stock Heifers, Steers, Cows and Cah'es Another Special Sale of Saddle and Fancy Colored Horses, Broke or Unbroke JUNE 28th and 29th Please notify us at once what you intend to have here for this special sale. No entries taken after June 23rd. SPECIAL MULE AND REGULAR HORSE SALE JUNE 14th and 15th BILLINGS LIVESTOCK COMMISSION CO. Billings, Montana--North Side Get All the Cream a An up-to-date McCormick-Deering Cream Separator will help you produce better quality cream. By skimming to a trace, you get all the butterfat-and you also add extra cash to your farm income. 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