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hursday, August 31, 1967 THE BIG TIMBER PIONEER, BIG TIMBER, MONTANA Page Seven POINT NOTES I (Co,n~t'i:nued ,fro~m paqge three) word that Mr. and Mrs. Jansma of Laurel are par- of a boy, born Aug. 25. Mrs. is the former Ella Wood. Mrs. Olga Muir returned to her in Big Timber Thursday a ten day visit with her and daughter, Mr. and Bud Deeney. Miss Marion Swift of Pasadena, left Friday for her home visiting her uncle and wife, and Mrs. Fred Swift the past weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Swift their guest took a five day to Libby, Kalispell and Can- |a and visited Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham at Niehart en- home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Loman and of White Sulphur Springs i several days with Mrs. Whitford and Mr. and Mrs. Whitford. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Todd Brett, Ohmar Todd of Boze- and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Het- of Big Timber spent Sun- at Harrison lake. ~/Irs. C. A. Swindler, Emmett and Mrs. Cleo Sysum of were dinner guests of and Mrs. George Swindler m m m Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sutton re- home Thursday evening Bemidji, Minn., where they attended summer school and visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fenton and of Billings visited Sun- with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mayo home from California. Mark and Jeffory Holmes of are visiting this week ith Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Lewis. J Mr. and Mrs. Walt Lewis left for Lodge Grass where will both teach in the Lodge school. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Langford sons visited Sunday with Mr. Mrs. J. G. Brakstad in Liv Mrs. Brakstad returned with them for a visit. Thorval Krone Sr. came home from Ft. Harrison hos- where he had spent a week medical care. Ronnie Guy and Jerry Peterson Billings were weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Norman Jordet ~ile their parents went to Hel- en to visit. Mr. and Mrs. Jordet two grandsons spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cappon family on the Stillwater. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clouse of Wash., visited with Mr. Mrs. A. C. Brumfield and stayed at the ranch while and Penny Mosness of Big went camping on the ~ulder Wednesday until Satur- Mrs. Don Trees and Judy Saturday. Mrs. Lloyd Booth and Penny Billings, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie of Big Timber and Byron Tammie Roberts of Great visited Sunday with Mr. Mrs. Cliff Booth. Penny re- for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foster children of Billings visited with Mrs. Hazel Ber- Bassett and Edith Aus- of Seattle, visited Friday at Jim Baxter home. Alice Van )en visited Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Broad- of Fishtail visited Sunday with Jim Broadwater. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Martin and of Butte visited Satur- with Mrs. Hazel Berry. and Mrs. Ole Halland and of Michigan, were guests Mr. and Mrs. Richard Avent Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Brumfield and Mrs. Fred Swift and Marion Van Campen attend- installation of officers for Star Sunday afternoon : Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Veaeh and of Livingston, Terry Brum- of Bozeman, Shirley Myers Columbus, Rickie LeBrun, Jordet and Henry Dun- were supper guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Don Trees. Lar- Terrel and Mr. and Mrs. Don Jr. and family visited. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Campan- and son of Livingston were guests Wednesday of Alta Campanella. Robbie re- for a visit with Billy Greg Langford. ~Irs. Glenn Cain and Candy of visited Tuesday with AIta Campanella. Mrs. Illa Ostenson, Mrs. Wil- Baker, Mrs. Bill Langford, Alta Campanella and Mrs. Barnum surprised Mrs. Mar- Van Campen with a birthday ~ke and ice cream Monday aft- Mrs. Sophia Guthrie of Mrs. Morris Van and Gerald of Miles City Sandra Van Campen of ~w were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Goddard a wedding in Joliet Sat- evening. Mr. and Mrs. Pemmer Hal- and family of Bridger and and Mrs. Floyd Ferguson pie- on Bridger creek a week Sunday. and Mrs. Rex Guthrie of and Mr. and Mrs. Fred and James Dobesh, visited evening with Mr. and Marion Van Campen. l~arents of children wearing need have no fear of in- to youngsters' eyes if they the right kind of lenses, the American Optometric Safety glasses can stand head-on impact of a dart or gun and give good vision. 10 A.M.- ! ! A well balanced stock ranch with 160 acres of dryland farming, 200 acres of wild hay, 10 separate pastures with good grass, and well developed range water; Four-bedroom, two-bath home; large set of corrals and outbuildings; two miles of creek bot- tom with winter brush protection. Five miles from town with schools, churches, hospital, etc. For free brochure or informa- tion, call or write . . . Big Timber, Mont. -- Tel. 932-2820 -- Brokers License B.1634 155 Black Angus stock cows. These are big, rug- ged cows bred to outstanding bulls. Sorted for age and quality. Pregnancy tested day before sale. 32 yearling steers and heifers 15 good range bulls 30 head of young high producing Holstein milk cows. These are good ranch cows, and if you need winter milkers, don't miss these! 21 crossbred bucket calves 1 JD 216 twine tie baler, 1963, excellent shape 1 NH swather, 10-ft. with con- ditioner, 1962. Good shape. 1 JD AR tractor i Ford NAA tractor 1V2-ton GMC truck, 1953, 12-ft. grain & stock rack with hoist I Dodge Power Wagon, 1959, almost new motor, good tires 2 Jeeps, 1951 and 1953 i 1967 Plymouth 9-possenger station wagon, Belvedere II i Case side delivery rake, with another for parts 2 10-ft. sulky rakes 1 7-ft. Ford mower, used one season 1 12-ft. Case single disc drill with grass seeder, 6" spacing Good shape. 1 JD 7" spacing shoe drill with fertilizer attach. Good shape i 8-ft. JD double disc, tandem, excellent shape 1 new 3-bottom Ford plow, 3- pt 14" with throw away shears 2 one-way plows, 8 and 10 ft. 1 8-ft chisel plow, Graham plow 1 JD 12-ft. chisel plow with rod weeder attach. Used 2 seasons 1 10-ft. land plane, 10x32, very good shape 1 field and cattle sprayer with 300 gal. tank mounted on a tandem trailer. Ind. suspens. 3 4", 6", 8" gr'n augers 16-27 ft 1 24-ft. hay and grain elevator 1 hale elevator, 32-ft. ! D6 Cat with scraper, dozer 1 material loader Du-AII, scoop and dozer blade. New. 2 dirt rippers, 1 for Ford, 1 cat 3 ditchers (2 terracer blades) 1 rear mount scoop for Ford tractor. Almost new 2 post hole diggers, 9" augers 1 500-lb. vertical grain mixer 1 cement mixer for Ford tractor, portable i AS Bearcat hammer mill 1 portable stock loading chute 1 post peeler. Would go up to 12" 1 antique grain wagon, in very good shape ! rubber tired tand. gr. wagon 1 tandem hay wagon 2 cordwood saws 1 JD manure spreader, excellent 1 Ford tractor crane 3 gas tanks, 2.500, 1-300 gal. 2 50-ft. elevator legs 1 WW cattle handling chute 1 Powder River calf table 1 Tumblebug scraper 1 heavy duty truck cut down & ready to mount Farmhand 1 mill-iron 5 cattle brand, h ribs Misc. culverts, posts and poles 1 front loader for Ford tractor 2 portable pig houses, panels New DeLaval cream separator; 4 IH milking units; 2 IH vacu- um pumps Westinghouse milk cooler, 2-can 1 Philco refrigerator 1500 ft. 3/8" plywood TERMS: Cash, unless arrangements have been made with clerks prior to sale. (This does not apply to real estate) II PAUL B. WESTERvELT, Auctioneer Big Timber, Montana McBRIDE LAND & LIVESTOCK CO. Real Estate Broker, Big Timber CITIZENS AGENCY, Clerks Big Timber, Mont.