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PAGE EIGltT REED POINT tI By Mrs. Sophia Guthrie al II TtIE BIG TIMBER PIONEER Mrs. M. C. Meier of Lodi. Calif.. ~xrrived Sunday for a vi~i~ ,,~th :.~,_ parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Sh,ite.~. Mrs, Illa Ostenson spent the ~:eek end with Mr. and M:s Geerg2 Nute and children in Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. Strawm of Billings ~,ere last Thursday guests of R. A. ~Huntley and Mrs Ho~ard Sha'es Wcmens Missionary Society wilt a~eet July 3, Tuesday, inst'~ad of July 4th. Mr. ~,.nd Mrs, Cliff Matthaes aud ~qii!d~'tli return)d W~dnesday from 'Ore~(m City, Ore., where he has been working in a war p!a~:t. Mr, and Mrs, Roy Matthaes of Classified Advertisements 'Enchanted Cottage' pa---yit~g a-4e- a- doz-en-i0-r- eggs~ At State Sunday Hillards Have Daughter 25c lb. for old hens. W. R. Stokes. Three top favorites of the screen share starring honors in "The En- Carl and Ella Mysse Hillard of For Sale--Registered Hampshire cltanted Cottage." RKO Radio's Livingston have a girl baby, born boars, 2~2 too. old. Jim Egeland, new :'omantic drama. Dorothy Me- Thursday night, phone 9-R-18. 37-2 Guire and Robert Young, wt]o scar- Eack From Harlowton Amtmd Ommundseu has return- ed from Har!owton where he was employed for a year. 3Iot her Visits Mrs L. H Hamblen of Salt Lake City is a auest in the home of her daug,hter. Mrs. A. E. Vanderhoef. Visitin~ Aunt ?.:ina a::d Mavn:e Strub of Liv- i}?~zston are soendin~ this week with thei,: aunt. Mrs. Paul Fischer. ~larried Friday I,adle A d k i n s of Billings and ................................. ed so notably in "'Claudia." and Wanted--Party to put up hay on Herbert Marshall are the stars in shares, or by the ton. Sam T. Het- the unusual offering, which deals land, Melville, Mont. 3%2 with the strange love affair be- For " "~ &--W--~erJ .....~ e tween two fugitives from a world balc--?~.t ~rnsp mg .~m s that has no use for them Produced ranch on rne rvlalyl ~outoer-- ~ ". ........ ~ . ov Harriet Parsons the picture was horses, saaaies, oeas, sprlnas, ma~- A~..~,-~~-v-,-~--' o ......... .~. ...~ ., ~ , -. , 0 , ~ ki& k~k L~~-~ IJ 0k31111 I.FLULIL'V~ ell gl. ilk t.e. ~e,~ ~ood heaLln~ stove5 and " . o ' ......... featuresSprm~ Bvmgton Mildred ran es paCK saaaies DrlaleS plan ............ -.-.- - "; .-... - ~" '- h I .' - Nat~CK tlulary t~rooKe anct ttlcn- Kets ana ou er su'p,us eqmpmen~. "r-"~ ' Can be seen any time. Amanda C, a a ualnes. ~,Velch. 37-1 TOO MANY PHONE CALLS For Sale--3 Guernsey cows, 1 LON'-DON. June 24,--More than Holstein cow. D. D. Jotmson, Mel-3,000 American soldiers rushed to rifle. 36H the telephone over the week end to uiace $12 calls over the transat- Wanted--A maid at Park has- lantic system, opened for private pitat. Livingston. Montana. 36-3 conversations for the first time ....................... since 1939. Only 100 calls got Have 15 head of good dairy cows through in the first 24 hours, and for sale--Holsteins and Guernseys. the British post office said Sunday See Walt Williams or Chas. Master. night that no more calls could be 36-2 placed before Tuesday, and maybe For Sale--4t acres on the Boul- not then. def. Otis Ueland, Gen. Del., Van- couver. Wash. 35tf FEEL MEAT SHORTAGE ~..iv Timber speP, t Tuesday at the h u~.e of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Wester- i Grace Adkins, Bozeman. were mar- haus. "led in this city Friday afternoon A in.?,ssa~,~e received by Mrs. Sld hv IRev. H. S. Tool. "Evangelical Fraser t~qls of the birth of a baby~,~astor, at the parsonage. Mrs. Tool boy to Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bayers and A. Whitney were witnesses. June 17 at Santa Monica. Calif. i Two Cars Off Miss Lilly Connolly of Seattle at'-, Two o=ondola cars loaded with rived rece~{tly and will spend some',hu~:e Dackina boxes went off the "time with her brother, P. F. Con-loutsidb switch in the local yards t~olly on his farm west of town. ~ Mrs. Fred Swift was hostess with ivesterday morning. They were at- her car for Mrs. Illa Ostenson. Mrs. taehed to an eastbound freight. NI. J. Van Camtxm and L. L. Wal-[ Bns~" at Richmond Thursday, June 28. 19t5 conr~ac~ mrs. The day will be observed weekly In or- Come In Us You I II