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~ursday, August 31, 1967 THE BIG TIMBER PIONEER, BIG TIMBER, MONTANA Home I Mrs. Ole Warp, and sister, Mrs. Back to Sheridan Mrs. Melvin Nelson and daugh-I Walter Braughton and husband Miss Averil Goosey left Tues- r Debby left Sunday for their and brother Harold Warp who is day for Sheridan, Wyo., where *me in Stevensville following aI employed at the Burnt Leather she is superintendent of nursing, eek's visit with her mother. I ranch, after spending a week at Red ~~ Lodge as camp nurse for mental- ly retarded children. Hard-Up For Wood AS Picnickers at Glasston Lake rec- ATI reation area are certainly hard- up for fireplace wood when they s will break up a couple of nice Tires Tires Tires! picnic tables to burn as was dis- covered by George Lavold in his i ~ rounds as ditch rider Monday. Son Visiting Mrs. Mary Espe is enjoying a First Line visit from her son Stanley Espe and son Gary of Seattle, who are First /% I:~,,. ~.,~ua,,,y spending a week with her and Big Savings visiting other relatives and friends here. They will leave sat- Dave's Enc0 Service urday to enable Gary to start his fifth year of schooling on ' time. Company Leaves Mrs. J. B. Broker, who spent SPECIAL PRICE ON ANTI-FREEZE -- GALLON three weeks visiting her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. OR CASE CARRY-OUT Mal Goosey and family, board- ed the bus for her home in Twin Falls Monday evening. Also leav- ~ ing Monday by plane from Bil- lings was the Gooseys' grand- daughter, Shannon, who returned ; ~ to her family in Aiken, S. C. Back to Annapolis THANK YOU! Sammy Hollier, who has been visiting here for t:he past week, i I left today to meet his parents in New York for a vacation jaunt and wifl hh,en retur~ rt~O~ A~l~a~lls,, Md., for his second year at ttle We wish to thank all who participated in Naval Academy. He was met at the plane by his aunt and uncle, any way in the Flower Display last Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Gust and was their guest during his stay. uraay" . . ." "' pec a thanks to the Gusts Purchase Home for the use of the building, to the Mon- Mr. and Mrs. Phil Moulden have purchased the former Chas. tana Power for the lighting, and to Mrs. Nicholson home on McLeod street and moved in Saturday following Ronald Hauge for arranging, its vacancy by the Meskimen family. The Mouldens, owners of the Coast to Coast Store, have This display was for everyone . . . Next been living in the Tom Find!ey home on Bramble street which year plan to show your flowers! has been sold to Mrs. Mary Titeca of McLeod. Short Trip RI tG CLUB: NIL Mrs. Alma Hearn of Idaho Falls returned recently to her home after visiting her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Moray in Roundup, and her ~ ~ ~ granddaughter, Mrs. R i e h a r d ~ ~ Sloan and family in Big Timber, and other friends and relatives. She returned just in time to start her work in the processing plant ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL of Idaho Potato Growers, where she has been employed for the past 23 years. New Grandchild Mr. and Mrs. Leif Anderson returned Monday from Miles City where they had gone to visit their new grandchild, a daughter, Laura Marie, born to Mr. and Mrs. Don Anderson at Ho!y Rosary hospital in Miles City on August 23. She weighed seven pounds, 13 ounces. The maternal grandmother, Mrs. Paul Stene, e accompanied by Mrs. Bjarne tm ! a Stene, also visited the new grand- daughter Saturday and Sunday. Sixtieth Anniversary Judge and Mrs. Lyman Moul- den are being honored with an open house at the Fellowship hall of the Congregational church on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 3, for the sixtieth anniversary of their marriage on that date. Their many friends are invited to stop in between the hours of 2 and 4 p. m. to greet them and have refreshments. The Moulden children and their families will all be present for the occasion and with the help of friends will be hosting the open house. The request is for no gifts to be given. Company Entertained Guests at the Dan Laubach home during the past week, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Haugen of Bis- mark, N. D., and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Seiferth of Mandan relatives of Mrs. Laubach, were treated to a tour of the state capitol building in ~Helena Wed- nesday, where a guide narrated on the beautiful paintings. They also visited the museum and the Gates of the Mountains. Joining the group at Springdale were Mrs. Henry Valgamore, Debbie, Sharon, Karen and Jamie; and at Livingston, Mr. and Mrs. Andres Laubaeh, Mrs. Kenneth Hale and Mrs. Hannah Sehleieh- er. The party were all dinner guests of Mrs. Bus Willison, sis- ter of Mrs. Laubaeh, at her Hel- ena home. It was a very enjoy- able get-together. : ! Ditch Work Water Lines Sewer Lines Basements Riprap Spring Developing Gravel Presto! You'll get the cash you need for any worth- while purpose when you sec us about a Personal Loan, Fast service? It's the fastest! Low rates? Yes, indeed! What's more, you can arrange to repay over many months.., with payments set to fit your budget or con- venience. So if you want quick cash right now, come on in and watch our speed. Before you speed away somewh e, stop here first for FIRST NATIONAL CITY TRAVELERS CHECKS. They're "Better Than Money"O...acceptable every- where.., refunded on-the-spot in case of loss. DAVE JARRETT 932-3180 Big Timber, Montana Member F.D.I.C. Page Rye Family Reunion Mrs. C. W. Campbell left to- day for Marshall, Mich., to par- ticipate in a family reunion and spend a few weeks in her old home town. Guests Guests at the Alton Rucker Peace Lyman Moulden Thursday. z'anch this past week were their Attendants were Donald Bainter son and family, Mr. and Mrs. and Marian Bainter. Robert Rucker, Darla and Bryan Assigned to Vietnam of Sunland, ,Calif. While here Dr. R. A. Bray, native Big they enjoyed a fishing trip and Timberite, who a year ago be- picnic on the main Boulder. They came associated with the Park left to return home Friday. Clinic for the practice of surgery, Visiting Parents will soon leave for Texas and [ Mrs.-Tommy Thompson and a four weeks, indoctrination daughter of Great Falls are ~isit- course., ,before being assigned to ing at the home of her parents, duty m Vzetnam at Smgon. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Anderson Bray and their three children of Melville, for about a week. will remain at home in Living- Since they were having some re- ston where Dr. Bray plans to modeling done on their Great return after completion of his Falls home, it seemed like the 24-month tour of duty. most opportune time to leave and Front Nearly Completed enjoy .the time visiting family The new'brick'front wall of and frmnds, the postoffice building has risen Returns to Base apace, and is in the final cap- I Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Holen ping process. The labors across I and family returned to Luke Air the street from the Pioneer are I Force Base in Arizona this week naturally eyecatching and we I after a visit here with his moth- are reminded of the story of the I er and other family members, man who stopped to commiserate I He spent much of his time fish- with the sweating hodcarrier, I ing on the Boulder, Little Timber who promptly replied, "Aw, this land Glasston lakes. He also en- isn't anything, mister, it's the I joyed a trip to Glacier park and guys up there (pointing to the I Waterton lakes in Canada, also bricklayers) who are doing all l having good fisherman's luck. the work." , Herbert expects to be going on A~,~..I ~, .,,.=l ~,~.,.;.,-. . f - ....... .. ..........._... -_...._. a tour o umy in wemam m uc- Among the many from out of tober or November I " town who attendet memorial ]Surprise Visit services last Wedne;day for Dr. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Gene Colvard Ben Olness were ]~r. and Mrs. I paid his great aunt, Mrs. Jimmie Mac Johnson, Helera; Mrs. LeE I Holen, a surprise visit Monday. Knudson, Lewistown Mrs. James I Gene was recently discharged Schneider, Mrs. Ray Collins, Mrs. I from the Army and after his tour James LeBar, Dr. R,' y Kelly, Dr. I of duty in Vietnam, he and his LaVar Jones, Dr. ar d Mrs. Rob- t wife have been seeing Montana, err Taylor, Mrs. Gr)ver Taylor, I Wyoming and Canada in a trail Dr. Burley Packwo~d, Dr. and I camper, fishing and just resting. Mrs. Paul Gehan, Mr;. C. F. Wat- [ Gene is a graduate of the School kins, Mr. and iMrs. P~der Hoiness, ]of Mines at Golden, ,Colo., and Mr. A1 Bergen and Mrs. Frank- |his wife is a teacher at Sterling, lin Longan, all of 3illings; Dr. I Colo. Gene hopes some day to and Mrs. Don Notti agham, Lau- I own a ranch in Montana. He is rel; Dr. A1 Evers, Iw. and Mrs. l an enthusiastic fisherman and Gordon Westlake, l:r. and Mrs. hunter.__._ Dick Ritter, Dr. and Mrs. Robert t MEAT BLOCK SPECIALS / Fresh Frozen SprJngdale 2 Ibs. eL. FRYERS ................... Norbest Grade A Young Tender Belt U 17 Ib ave.T FIK v,,, . I Tasti Fresh All Meat Brockway, Dr. E. 'Gilpin and Dr. Tom Hammer, Hardin; Mr. and F. Hanson all of Bozeman; Dr. Mrs. Sig Olness, Minot, N. D.; and Mrs.~Jim Smith, Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Olness, W. W. Cloyd, Dr. and Mrs. R.Williston, N. D.; Rev. and Mrs. Campanella, Mrs. Don Cowles Ing Thvedt, Faribault, Minn.; and Mr. and Mrs. Will Hoiness, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hanson, all of Livingston; Miss GwenBillings; Rolf Olness, Williston, Jones, New York City; Mr. and N. D.; Mrs. Dave Ferguson, Min- Mrs. John Black, Hinsdale; Mrs. neapolis; Lt. Tom Olness, Minot, Carrie Cruce, Seattle; Mr. and N. D., and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mrs. Pete White, Twodot; Mrs~ Olness, Phoenix, Ariz___ n ii i "- .... ,,, I , ] Hunting Dqltes All Set [ I (,,, and Save) I I All dates and bag limits refer to local areas only. See I [ general maps for other areas and limits. [ [ Aug. 25-Sept. 14---Archery season (either sex deer, Area I I 316" I [ Sept. 15-Nov. 19---Either sex deer or elk, Area 316 (Hell- I [ roaring). [ ] Sept. 17-Nov. 19---Mountain grouse, limit 5. [ ] Sept. 17-Oct. 15--Hungarian partridge, limit 6. [ [ Sept. 17-Oct. 15--Sharp tailed grouse, limit 4. I ] Sept. 17-Oct. 15--Sage grouse, limit 4. [ [ Sept. 1-Nov. 26--Area 313 (Crazy Mountains) goat.[ [ Sept. 15-Nov. 26--Area 515 (Boulder) goat. [ [ Sept. 15-Nov. 26--Area 323 (Hellroaring) goat. [ I Sept. 15-Nov. 26--Area 316-17-18 (Hellroaring, Buffalo, | | Slough Creek) moose. [ i Oct. 22-Nov. 26---Area 516 (,Boulder) moose. I i Sept. 15-Nov. 19--Areas 301 and 501, sheep. I | Oct. 15-Nov. 5--Antel0Pe. i Sept. 30-Dec. 13--Geese, limit 5. I Oct. 7-Dec. 5--Ducks, limit 3. [ Oct. 22-Nov. 19--General big game season (deer, elk and ] bearoct.,}" 22-Nov. 19--~Grizzly bear. I Bob s Big Fish contest to end this Saturday at 5:30 p.m. i Last week's prize, a rubberized camp bag and supplies, i went to a visiting fisherman (now) but an old Big Timberite, | Tom Weller, Tom turned in a 2-pound, 10-ounce Loch to win. i This week's prize, and the last, is a pair of steel shank [ fishing boots. [ "HANGIN' AND BANGIN' GUN SPECIALS" STILL GOING ON | I BOB' [ ,, GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE Sunkist 0RANGI,S ....... 3 doz. $1.00 Thompson Seedless 19c lb. Sigmans Sliced--7 varieties to choose from Tasti Fresh I. 69c Tasti Fresh ICE CREAM g Booth 8-oz. pkgs. Tastewell Freestone PEACHES ___ 2 tins /$! Shasta 13cans Tastewell 303 tins /$1.00 Kraft 1.lb. pkg. 19c Kraft Twin Pack Sliced 1-lb. pkg. Tasti Fresh Hot Dog or Burger $1.00 w CUT ........................................... 4c lb. Red Haven s. 33c Morton Frozen Pies .... Beef, Chicken, Turkey. Tastewell Whole Unpeeled 2 tins Tastewell 46.oz. tins 1.00 Staco CUT GREEN 303 tins Garden King jar 39c Kings Ford CHARCOAL ........ i S Nalley's CORN or SPUD CHIPS Reg. 69c size Assorted Colors 2-roll pkg. SEPT. 4TH Member of and Served by Independent Whole- sale Grocers, Inc. Billings, Montana REE DELIVERY- MONDAY WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY- PHONE 2-2113