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Page Four Aunt Visits Mrs. Rae McEwan of Torrance, l L 0 C A L NOTES Calif., was a guest of her niece, | .......... Mrs. Douglas Goosey and family,/Hawks Visits during the past week. Mrs. Mc-] Ha~ld I~awks form,er ~esid,ant Ewan, for many years librarian] now thee viee-ma~o~" 04 Colorado) of the Livingston library,, also | Springs, was in Big Thn~ber l~ast visited relatives and fnends/week ~a~eetin~ old fxierMs and there before entraining for Port-] lookir~g ,a~er-business ~n~terests. land and a stop with relatives en| .. _ route home. ~a.~I~eW;d Mrs. Emil Drivdahl --~--~ were the recipients of sad news last Friday when they were noti- ~t~ r II rtl=Abrl= fled of the death, forty-eight Ll~. r. rl. rrl'~K~ hours after birth, of the boy twin born to their son-in-law and CHIROPRACTOR daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hallas ,N PANAVISIONL, r ~ METROCOLOR Ridgeway, at Recife, Brazil. THE BIG TIMBER PIONEER, BIG TIMBER, MONTANA Thursday, August 31, 1967 ~t I",, I-~=~, s, ~ Son Grass Fire Ha,ard ling. Mrs. David Bjorndal and The newlyweds willbe-livingin A N U r U L I~ b Mr. and Mrs. Marlyn Drange With the large amount of molE- Mrs. Dave Refsland assisted the Lodge Grass where Mr. Lewis of Big Timber are the parents l ture this spring and summer, honor guest with the opening of is employed and Mrs. Lewis will 7"7---.':-... --~'----" ~ of a son born August 21 at the grass has seldom been better-- the many and varied gifts and be teaching math in the junior Helena v,slrors " "~ ' i Mr. and Mrs. Martin Songstad Columbus hospztal. ~..~_~ ~ o~, ,la .~ ,~,,,~,,~,~,and fire hazard more ser DUE. also presided at the tea table, high school spent the weekend in Helena viE- Move to Livingston . ., cau~nnthanusua;wit~f'./re't~is iting her sister, Mrs. Signie Mr. and Mrs. Ben veacn ann- . . II ~ -- Hitchcock family moved last week to Liv- season, .which promises to be ' ' " " a bact one Returns Home lngston where he lia~:,~l~e~'~pro- :~. Knute Lavold returned to hismated to supervisor "~or-Indust- Driving Back I home here Monday followinao rial. .Twel" They have .been liv- Dr. L. H. Townsend, married surgery in a Billingshopsital mg m the Armstrong nouse on last month to the former Reva and is feeling fine. East Third St. McKelvy of Auburn, Wash, is Leave for School Bum Check flying to that city Sunday to join Miss Debbie Lowry and Mark George Groeger was fined $20 Mrs. Townsend who has been em- Johnson both left Wednesday for and sentenced to 30 days in the played there, and will drive back Decorah, Iowa, to begin another county jail on a charge by Oie to his home in St. George, Utah, year at Luther College. They Motor of issuing and delivering a in her car. They plan a leisurely will be driving through, fraudulent check. Judge Moulden trip. MASONIC TEMPLE BLDG. OFFICE HOURS: Tuesday and Thursdays 2 p. m. to 5 p. m. Saturdays 9 to 12 noon After 5 p. m. by appointment PHONE 932.2982 Big Stock Electric and Manual Manuals, $79.50 and up Big Discounts for Cashl Office Supply & Letter Shop C and Callender Streets We're Open Mon. thru Fri. Arrive Monday Mr. and Mrs. R. Bruce Lawr- ence and son and daughter-in- taw, Mr. and Mrs. Robert I,awr- ence, arrived Monday afternoon from San Francisco to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Moulden. The elder Mrs. Lawr- ence is the daughter of the Maul- dens. Sister Visits Guests at the Fritz Ellison ranch recently were his sister, Mrs. Florence Davis, her daugh- ter, Mrs. Curtis Bradley and three children of Los Angeles. Mrs. Davis was kept busy during her stay visiting relatives and renewing ties with old friends in this vicinity. They left for their homes last Thursday. Wagon Wheel Sold The Wagon Wheel Bar at Grey Cliff has been purchased by Mr and Mrs. Alfred Wagar formerly of Scobey, and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Cole of Los Angeles. The new owners plan to promote a west- ern atmosphere and weekly dances and entertainment. The Wagon Wheel was formerly own- ed by Mr. and Mrs. Randall Eaton. T LIVESTOCK AND GENERAL TRUCKING 932-2688 DENNIS BEER ROY NUNLEY LLOYD BEER Phone Phone Phone 932-2616 932-2354 932-2783 - Vi - Organ- Ac Individual or Class Instruction Beginning or Advanced Students Left for Kalispell Mr. and Mrs. Darrell (Jack) Meskimen and family left Fri- day for their new home at Kali- spell where he will teach this year. Down from Helena lVI~. and Mrs. ~ Wovd~l :sper~ the weekend ir~ Big Thn- ber, ,guests 04 ~he Ed Broadens. They drove d~n ~)zn I-Ietlena, ~o vi~i't ~e4r form, er n, eig~bars a~d fri'enfls. Visit Mrs. Patterson Mrs. Wilson Walters and Mrs. Chester Kelsey, the former Alice Helen Patterson, visited the lat- ter's mother, Mrs. Beulah Patter- son last week. Both women are teachers in the Seattle schools and both have sons now on duty in Vietnam. Birthday Bob Munson celebrated his 13th birthday Sunday afternoon with birthday cake baked by Mrs. Belle Amery, served to three of his friends. They were Danny Burmeister, Robert Martinz and Martin Flanagan. Bob is living at the Etta Strickland home. Back Surgery Mrs. Lorn Pudwill underwent major back surgery a week. ago at Fairview Hospital Southdale at Edina, Minn. In a call to rela- tives here she, reports feeling much improved and has been re- leased from the hospital al- though there is no definite word on when she will be home. Back to Normal B~g T~n~ber again ~esum,es ,ha~ ,busy, c~lor~u~, noisy ,atan~sph~e~e with ~l~e a'esumptian, of se.lm~l. LLttl~e gro,ups o~f ~boys and gMs ~i eor~gre:ga~e, and ,bustle in, ~r~d o.ut ~f busin~ess places o~ errarnds, teachers hurry ~by, t.i2es squ~ea,1 as ha~ppy carloads do, the ma,~ dra, g, I-Ibn4~ too. And ,ere, en the oldster's sha,~ng t~eir heads a~ a~l this go~gs.(m,, appreciate Chat ce~q~a~, s~ethi,n,g that scho(~l days br~*g. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Fo~d -- B~s Er~g 'LJ~h 26" bi- cycle. IAgh veal. Inquire ~t C~W o~fiees. 49-1 For Sale --- 1960 Corvair. Oscar Fallang. 49-1 reserved the right to suspend any part of the sentence. Kroeger is presently serving his sentence in the county jail. Visit Niece Mr. and Mrs. Payne Temple- ton of Sun City, Ariz., and Mrs. Helen Mayfield of Bozeman visit- ed last week at the home of their niece, Mrs. Dale Gottlob and family at Melville. Also visiting there were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hunt and son Danny of Denver. t schools. He is now retired. I Decide to Build / At a special business meeting/ of the Melville Lutheran church/ last Sunday morning the congre- gation decided to build an addi-/ tion to the church, especially for/ Sunday school and auxiliary ac-] tivities. The new addition will' adjoin the church on the south, 24x32 feet, full basement with new heating plant, rest rooms and kitchen. The men of the con- gregation plan to do a major part of the construction with the assistance of a carpenter super- visor. Hereford Assn. Tour The Southern Montana Here- ford Association is conducting a tour Sunday, Sept. 10, starting at 9:30 at the Bill Frank ranch south o~ Laurel. Several classes of bulls and heifers will be judg- ed at the Bauwens Hereford ranch with prizes awarded the top boy and girl judges. A free lunch will also be served there. All cattlemen and their families and 4-H and FFA members are invited. The tour schedule is as follows: 9:30, Frank Hereford ranch, Laurel; 10:30, Harry Al- len ranch, commercial Herefords, Rockvale; 10:45, Farias Bros. Hereford ranch, Fromberg; 11:30, Bauwens Hereford ranch, From- berg: 1:45, Johnson Hereford ranch, Joliet; 2:30, Descheemaek- er Hereford ranch, Boy& Sell Home Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kunish have sold their home on the Boulder where they have spent their sum- merE for many years, to Dr. Vernon Standish. They have rent- ed one of the Westre apartments and have moved into town. They have spent their winters in Big Timber in years past. Bridal Shower Mrs. Walter Lewis, nee Linda Bjorndal, was honored at a bridal shower at the home of Mrs. Robert Cosgriff on Otter creek on Tuesday, August 22. Mrs. Ralph Cosgriff, Mrs. Harold Faw and Mrs. Jim Cain were co-: hostesses. Forty-five women at- tended along with 15 children. The latter found a good deal of! entertainment for the afternoon in the raspberry patch sampling the fresh berries. Entertainment for the ladies included a piano solo by Miss Sandy Hotchkiss and a reading by Mrs. LeRoy Schil- Thurs., Fri. and Sat. LABOR DAY WEEK- END SURPRISE! Sun., Mon. and Tues. 2 Shows Nightly, 7 & 9 p. m. Matinee Saturday at 1 p. m. Sunday Shows 5, 7 and 9 p.m. Livingston 222-O983 WEDNESDAY IT'S a e Dresses- Suits- Sweaters- ! Chocohate and We're the a Im e e Accredited Piano Teacher Graduate Northwestern University School of Music 217 East Third Phone 2-2721 THANK YOU I wish to thank all who re- membered me with flowers, gifts,: and cards while ! was in the hospital in Billings. Knute Lavold ' 17' CORRAL POLES .................. $1.00 ea. 6V2'x3" FULL PRESSURE TREATED DRIVE POSTS .................................. 78c ea. COLEMAN FUEL, reg. $1.59 ......... $1.15 gal. RAY-O-VAC FLASHLIGHT BATTERIES ...... 20c 33'x6" PORTABLE GRAIN AUGER $329 FERTILIZER NOW ON HAND: 11-48-0, 18.46-0, 0-45-0, and 16-20-0. FALL PRICES ARE LOWER! Thurs., Fri. and Sat., Aug. 31, Sept. 1-2 With Sidney Poitier, Shelley Ninters and Elizabeth Hartman Sunday and Monday, September 3-4 The Story of the Immortal Hank Williams! With George Hamilton, Susan Oliver, Red Buttons and Arthur O'Connell Wednesday and Thursday, September 6-7 With Doris Day and Rod Taylor STARTING TIME: 8:30 P. M. ~ A A jl~ A AA Jl. ilk A A A A A A A Jl~ ilk A A Jl" A A For Sale--4 room house, with nice yard and fruit trees. Mrs. Chris AAbertson, call 932-2055. For Sale or Rent -- Two bed- room house, partly furnished. Call 537-2272. 49-4 ATTENTION DIRT MOVERS Sealed bids are requested the construction of an earth res- ervoir dam. The following are the approximate quantities: 71,- 000 cubic yards of earth, 420 ft. of pipe, 10//2 cubic yards of con- crete, 870 ft. of steel reinforce- ment, two 101 C gates, 18 inches in diameter. Specifications may be picked up at SCS office in Harlowton, Montana, where bids will be received until 4 p. m, Sept. 11, 1967, at which time and place bids will be opened. Owner reserves the right to re- ject any and all bids. Bids must be accompanied by bank cashier's check or cash of 10% of the amount of the bid. Successful bidders will be required to fur- nish 100% performance bond. McFarland and White Ranch, Twodot, Montana. 49-1 NOTICE W.O.T.M. There will be an executive meeting of Women of the Moose, Monday, Sept. 4 at 8 p. m. 49-1 OPEN HOUSE Honoring Judge and Mrs. Lyman Moulden on the occasion of their 60t~ ~edd~g arm~er.s~ary, wi:~ be held Sunday, September 3 from 2 to 4 p. m. at the Fellow- ship hall of the Congregational church. No gifts please. 49-1 THANK YOU Words cannot adequately ex- press our deep appreciation for the many kindnesses shown our father during his time in Big Timber and during our recent bereavement. May God bless you all. The Family of Francis D. Lewis NOTICE Free Christian Science Lecture, "Who's in Control?" by Charles W. Ferris C.S.B., Thursday, Sept. 7, 8 p. m. in the edifice of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Bur- lington at Division,Billings, Montana. 49-1 Wanted --- Boy with lawn n~ow- er. Oscar Fallang. 49-1 im Your Hosts: [] In appreciation your past peer): Vic Gee, Julie Your-Own Marvin B,