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Page Six THE BIG TIMBER PIONEER, BIG TIMBER, MONTANA Classified Advertising rates: 4 cents per word for first Insertion, ForRefit $ cents per word for each subsequent Insertion. No charge for "found" items. Minimum charge 50.. Notices 20 per line for first -For-Ren~-2- b-e-d~oom, unf~rr- insertion. 15 per line for each subsequent Insertion Because of small sum involved payment ~ould be made when hashed house, basement and gar- order is placed. When ad is phoned in, please arrange to make age attached. Call Sven Ollestad. payment as soon as poss~le thereafter to save b~okkeaping and 49-tf expense of mailing statement. To allow for clalsifieation, ads should be placed before noon Tuesday. three-bedroom house on Second TELEPHONE 2-2681 Ave. West. For information or ~~' viewing call Mrs. C. H. Lukenbill, 2-2952. 49-tf --'-F~~ ~ For Rent --- Apartments. Peter-] pullets, all laying. Alma Undem, despite constant footsteps of a son Apartments, 206 W e s t 932-2511. 49-2 busy family. Get Blue Lustre. I Fourth. 48-2 ....... Rent electricshampooer $1.1 ~or ~ale--lz Ioo[ camper on G,-.~mhlo..~ _~.~da, } For Rent or Sale ~ 2 bedroom 1953 1-ton truck. Camper fully ............. l house newly decorated, fully insulated, floor furnace, refrig- For Sale ~ Spinet Piano and t c a r p e t e d, partially furnished, crater, new tires. Can be seen Electric Organ--Want respons- central heating. 5th and Harris.; at 310 8th St,. Van Moschelle s. able party in this area to assume . Call 252-2544, Billings, collect. B. B. Moschelle. 49-tf small monthly payments on one iMrs. Glen King. 48-tf or both. Write Credit Manager, ] ~or sale -- r~ew size iv ureas ............ For Rent -- Three bedroom,: ......... ew Ma-" oope~m l-'l~atn~) I.)O., 17.~'I ]~211(}rW- ] i mane m a-n ann omgr . y ......... stone, Pocatello, Idaho. 49_4]two bedroom, and one bedroom ~e seen m winnow o~ ~toomns ~~~ apartments, O'Leary and Albert. ] & Gust. Beverly Buttrell, call ,. .... -- ]Phone 932-2140. 48-tf~ 537-2322. 49"1 rleip wamea I FREEZER SALE ---- I er~ apa~'tmaen~. Mrs. L. Rttth Mes- 21 cubic foot--Reg. $259.95, Sale meda Cafe. 492]ch~l,e, 2-2196. 454f $219.00 Chest type--Reg. $254.95, Sale $209.00 15 cubic foot freezer on both up- right and chest -- $166.00 MONTGOMERY WARD 49-1 For Sale -- 1954 Chevrolet wagon. It runs. Oscar Fallang. 48-2 For Sale -- 1956 V2-ton Ford pickup truck. Flat bed. Excel- lent condition. George Domasco. Phone 2-2421. 48-tf For Sale---1963 four-door Buick ~hr~. Exe~ller~t comtiti~n. Reasonably priced. Call 932-2741, Bud Arneson. 48-2 Yar S~l,e -- Wearier pigs. Skip l~ederso~. 932-2456. 48-3 ccms~ sewing machine w~ b~t- to,n~de a~d zi, g-z~g a~tachnmn~. $50. M~. 11~xy McCa~ley. 4 tf For Quick ttesults Try a Pioneer Classified Ad nan, 932-2670. 49-2 Lost--Found Found--Two jackets left at the Fairgrounds following the fair. Pioneer. 49-1 Notices NOTICE Jayceens will meet Thursday, Sept. 7, at 8 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Richard Bullock. 49-1 WEDDING DANCE Saturday, September 9 Moose Hall Honoring Harold and Helen Krone For Rent---3 room furnished apartment. Mrs. Vic Gee. Call 932-2195. .2-tf Legal Notices NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 1477 In the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Sweet Grass. In the Matter of the Estate of ELMER ARNESON, SR., Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Executor of the Estate of Elmer Arneson Sr.,de-- ceased, to the creditors and all Far Sa~e -- Al,to sax. Mon~e Beck. 48~tf saddle howes. JohR Yest, call 537-2324. 48-t~ fla~ elar&L~t. Good o~l~tion. Gwenm McGe~me, 932-2124. 47-~f For Sale -- Business and equip- ment. See The Gem Care. 47-tf Ave. Mrs. Keith Harlan, 932-2467. to reject any or alV Batti ~s ,Jim n Rep0 MARJORE ROBINSON, ] Clerk of School District hi gt NO. 5, Melville, Montana.i From Was n on (Pub. Aug. 24-31, !967) The real meaning of President Johnson's plans for the coming A CAUTION FOR PUBLIC i fiscal year is becoming evident SAFETY l as Congress attempts to trim Horses being ridden withinI various areas of the Administra- the City limits after dark shouldI tion budget. For instance, when be properly identified with a[ the Senate last week cut a wide light and a reflector. Please do] swath in the foreign aid pack- not ride a horse for pleasureI age a loud complaint was heard within the City limits after dark. I from the White House with an Signed: accoml~anying cascade of press Street & Alley Committee. releases to sway public opinion. (Pub. Aug. 24-31, 1967) I The same cries were heard a I week before when the House NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR] passed by a wide margin--415 to TRANSFER OF R~rAIL LIQUOR! 3--increases in Social Security LICENSE [that were liberal, but not as Notice is hereby given that onI liberal as the President had re- this 25th day of August, 1967,~ quested. one Alfred W&gar ~i~ed ~vi(h] The Department of Health, the Montana Liquor Control lEducation and Welfare announc- Board an application for transferI ed immediately that a vigorous of a retail liquor license from] campaign would be waged to lib- Virginia G. Eaton, to be usedI eralize the welfare provisions of at Wagon Wheel, lots 7 and 8,1the bill when it is taken up by Block 2 Highway No. 10, Grey' the Senate. The portion of the Cliff, Montana, and protests, if bill that raised the Administra- any there be, against the issu- tion's objections called for re- ance of such license will be heard quiring able-bodied welfare re- at the hour of 9:20 o'clock a. m., cipients to accept job training on the 21st day of September, or lose benefits. 1967, at the office of the Men- When the House takes up the tana Liquor Control Board inforeign assistance program, I Helena, Montana. have hopes that the direction Dated at Helena, Montana,taken by the Senate will be fol- August 25, 1967. lowed. The authorization was Signed: i trimmed $800 million in a 60-26 C. B. Shelton, Administrator vote by the Senate. The House should be able to trim the re- quest at least to the $2.6 bil- 46-3 DIAL-A.PRAYER 932-3113 BIG TIMBER LUTHERAN CHURCH ONe Johnson, Pastor Worship service at 11 a. m. Sunday school begins on Sept. 10 at 9:45 a. m. Melville Lutheran Church Worship service at 9 a. m. Sun- For Sale---Cameras, film and! photographic s u p p I i e s. B e n Franklin Store. 44-12 Sate prices ave still in effect for ~ far your home. Ex- pert ~a~ion. M~0g~nery Ward. 45-tf For Sale -- All odds and ends day school begins Sept. 10 at Bring sandwiches or cakepersons having claims against 10:00 a. m. 49-1 the said deceased, to exhibit __ them, with the necessary vouch- FIRST CONGREGATIONAL NOTICE [ ers, within four (4) months after[ CHURCH The Big Timber Pioneer office[ the first publication of this[ will remain open during the noon [ notice, to the said Executor at[ (United Church of ChriS) hour for the convenience of eus- [ 117 North 27th Street, Billings, [ Joseph LaDu, Pastor tomers. 49-3] Montana 59101. [ Morning worship at 9:30 a. m. until Sept. 10 No church school ........... I Dated this 17th day of August, t until Sept. 10. OFFICE CLOSED I 1967 My office ~ill ~e closed Men- " ELMER ARNESON, JR I At the request of the pastoral da s for the next two weeks, re- .~ . committee and moderator there Y ~xecmor of the above o ening again September 18 .......... will be a congregational meeting P cutlue(1 ~s~a~e. I following morning worship, Sept. DR. BILL MJELDE 49-2(Pub. Aug. 24-31, Sept. 7-14, 1967)i 10, for the purpose of adjusting --- ~ ~ ~ B-~ ~ the ministerial salary schedule. 1968 American Motors Javelin The County of Sweet Grass, State of Montana, will consider 49-2 or a Major Appliance of your choice Nothing to Purchase Sign Up Now At MONTGOMERY WARD bids on the following size tires to-wit: Pickup tires 6.50x16--6 ply. Pickup tires 6.70x15---6 ply. Pickup tires 7.00x15---6 ply. Truck tires 8.25x20---10 ply. Truck tires 9.00x20---10 ply. Truck tires 10.00x20--12 ply. School bus tires 8.00x22.5---1( ply highway tread. of Sherwin.Williams paint, priced at 1/3 off. Ben Franklin Store. ', 44-12 --~uplex-----~ each fore" yoga arid ~ba~h o~ lo~s, good gaa~de~,. 128 E~ Ye~l~vslxme,v-a,~- ~ Ko~er, 932- 42~.t~ c .'b ~mpe; maweyor s inmamm~s, i~ludh~g tra~, rax~ge ,poles, ~, M~meter, slide .,r~les, rods, amd sttrveyars ii- [brary; refl, ig~rat~, ,buffet, gas head , bed, mise a eous h,ous j lmld Ymms. Also tl~e Carl E. Busse ~dew~-e--d~elli'~g house CV~ctod ~vi~ll city sewer, g~s, wa~er az~d elect%c ~ 3 lots. See ~ B~osfield, ad~nir~st~a- .tot o~ ~ esta~ of Ca~l E. Busse, deceased , 42-tf Th~ ~use a~ 508 East 5th, Inquire af Richard W. Joseph- so~ a~201 Hooper. Phon~ 932- 2O36. 40-t~ W~RD POSTS & POLES Trea~ed Pasts az~d Poles IAvingsto~ M