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Page Bght THE BIG TIMBER PIONEER, BIG TIMBER, MONTANA Thursday, August 31, 196 Mrs. Paulson Enjoys Birthday Gift Trip Mrs. C. D. Paulson recently returned from a two weeks vaca- tion trip to British Columbia and Canada with the Ralph Myrstols. The trip was a 79th birthday present to Mrs. Paulson. In the party were Mrs. Paul- son, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Myrstol and son Ronald, daughter Rhonda Gay, and five year old Russell,] of Clyde Park. They visited in l Spokane and then drove north to Rossland and Osoyoos through the most beautiful mountains and fruit orchards in British Co- lumbia. They took the old Hope & Princeton Trail past a slide area where two years ago half a mountain broke off and plunged 4,000 feet to the valley below. The Hope highway was covered 300 feet deep and a mile and a half long. Some trucks, cars and people were buried in the slide. On to Mission City and Van-; couver, B. C. and then by ferry to Vancouver Island to visit Navaimo, Chemainus and Vic- toria, then down the coast to Everett and Monroe, Wash. Besides the wonderful scencry there was entertainment for all. The men enjoyed fishing for salmon from a cabin cruiser, and were rewarded with several beauties, the largest 28 pounds, being caught by 5 year old Rus- sell. Clams were dug and a clam feast ensued; sea shells and colored stones were hunted; peaches, a p pl e s, raspberries, strawberries and black berries were picked, and several dips in the ocean taken. The high- light of the trip for Mrs. Paul- son was a visit with her 94 year old sister, but the entire vaca- tion will never be forgotten. About one out of every four children of school age has some kind of eye trouble, states the American Optometric Assn. eVVVYVVVVV~VVV'qV'~F'VVVVV~V~ Our rates are the same as they have Doig-Jacobson The wedding of Miss Gall Elizabeth Jacobson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Jacobson of Chester, Mass., and Claude Scott Doig of Westfield, Mass., son of Claude S. Doig of Blackfoot, Ida., and the late Mrs. Doig, took place May 19 at Mittineague Methodist church in West Springfield, Mass. Attending the bride were Mrs. Bernard Provost of Westfield, matron of honor, Mrs. Winifred Perrott of Dalton, Mass., a cousin, Mrs. Bruce Ferin of Dalton and Mrs. Matthew Colaianni of Can- aan, N. Y., brideGmaids. George Grohs of Glastonbury,~ Conn., served the bridegroom as best man while ushers were Bernard Provost and William Hogan, both of Westfield and Buckley Johnson of Glastonbury. Mrs. Doig, graduate of Ches- ter High School, is a senior at Bishop Memorial School of Nurs- ing, Pittsfield General Hospital. Mr. Doig graduated from Mon- tana State University and is a member of the Springfield Daily been for the past twenty years mis a ni, Aug- "ql ust 27 for ov~night