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Whl.i! PAGE TWO THE BIG TIMBER PIONEER, BIG TIMBER, MONTANA Thursday, November 27, 1952 SELl. Lop' Classified Advertising Rates: 3 cents per word for first insertion, 2 cents per word for each subsequent insertion. No charge for "found" items. Minimum charge 35c. Notices 15c line first insertion, 10c line each subsequent insertion. For Sale Notices For Sa!e--1000 8 in. by 8ft. hand- peeled corral posts.See Albert Braughton, phone 333. 8-1 For Sale--Registered Herefords, 1 yearling bull and 2 bull calves. Tom McMahan. 8-2 For Sale or Trade--Downtown in- come-producing- business property. Sweet Grass Abstract & Audit Co. 8-3 For Sale--5 room modern house with large yard and good basement, good location close to school. Sweet Grass Abstract & Audit Co. 8-3 For Sale--1951 Plymouth 2 door sedan. Radio, heater, spotlight. 9,000 actual miles, $1500. Smart's. 8-3 For Sale---45 good, this year's pul- lets, now laying. Also 2 roosters Vernie Mack, Big Timber. 8-1 For Sale--One combination wood, coal and electric stove. Coal and wood part never used. Can be seen at L. Spencer ranch. 8-1 For Sale---4,000 bales of hay. Sam Fredrickson. 7-tf For Sale--3 room frame house, plastered interior, electricity install- ed, gas available. Located on one acre ground adjoining highway in Grey Cliff. Price $800. P. R. Cox i Agency. 7-tf CHRISTMAS TREES after December 1 at Lowe's Chevron Station 7-tf For Sale--One two-wheel David Bradley trailer, 1948 model; one two unit stainless steel milking machine one 4 year old gelding saddle horse, green broke. Phone 19-R-23. 7-2 For Sale -- One two-apartment house, 605 Third Ave. East. Agnes Morstein. 6-tf / HEMSTITCHING on Singer commercial hemstitching machine. 5-4 Mrs. Wm. Nebel Try our "Beacon" wax. It is non- rubbing and dries with a luster. Get a free sample now. O. J. Ellingson Co. 1-tf For Sale- Purebred Hampshire rams. Can be seen at ranch. Alma Cort. 51-tf FOR SALE One used Frigidaire electric range in good condition. One used oil heater in first class condition. 51-tf O. J. ELLINGSON & CO. For Sale--Barbed wire, $9.00, 80 rod spool. Gambles. 50-tf For Sale--3 corner lots, Sixth and Hoopr, on sewer and water main. Mrs. Max Officer. 47tf For Quick Sale--2 bed room house, modern. Henderson Real Estate. 45-tf For Sale--2-wheel trailer. See Jim Have unusual opportunity for re- liable man with car for rural Watkins dealership, nearby locality. Write box 848 or phone 1910 M, Bozeman, Mont. 8-1 PAST CHIEF'S Bazaar and Food Sale Montana Power Office Friday, December 5 Starting at 10 a.m. 8-1 THANK YOU We wish to thank our friends for the many kindnesses while our daugh- ter, Esther, was in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Wilson FOR SALE Binoculars-- Rifle Scopes Guns of all types on order FRANCES LEWIS 511 West Fourth Phone 163-Y Dead and disabled animals picked up free of charge. Big Timber Dead Animal Service. Call collect 94, Big Timber, or 8410 Billings. ll-tf Interior decorating, paper hanging, painting, old paper steamed off. Wall- paper and Waltex. Louis Collins, phone 323-Z. 43-If PLUMBING AND HEATING CECIL VALGAMORE Telephone 25-Y or 206 47-tf MOOSE LODGE Moose Lodge meets the second and fourth Mondays of each month. WOMEN OF THE MOOSE Women of Moose meet on the sec- ond and fourth Mondays, also. 20-tf For PLUMBING & PLUMBING SUPPLIES See fishing streams in this area. Flies tied to your specification Spinners - Hooks - Leaders and other fishing equipment FRANCIS LEWIS 511 West Fourth NOTICE American Legion meetings are first Friday of every month. 10-tf For All Your Insurance Needs Including Life, Accident, Health Palmer Finsvik Agency 51tf KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS The Knights of Pythias meet the first and third Thursdays of each month. 48-tf BUY GENERAL ELECTRIC Appliances for maximum service O. J. ELLINGSON CO. 44-tf Notices THANK YOU I wish to thank all those who sent cards, flowers and gifts while I was in the hospital and for all other ex- pressions of neighborliness. Wilma Elgen BAZAAR AND FOOD SALE Wednesday, Dec. 3, from 2:30 on Lunch will be served Sponsored by WSWS of EUB church 8-1 GORDON'S HOME STUDIO Portraits -- Weddings 116 E. 4th St. Phone 161-K 3tf NOTICE Carpenter work and interior deco- rating. Van Moschelle, phone 330. 5-tf Strayed Strayed---2 Hereford cows, with calves, branded 2 dots in a circle on left ribs. Carl Thompson, Melville, or Montie Riter, Big Timber. 8-3 At The Churches BIG TIMBER LUTHERAN PARISH Services Sunday morning at 11 o'clock with Rev. Gilbert Oppen, temporary pastor, preaching. A special potluck supper will be given Sunday evening, Nov. 30, to welcome Rev. and Mrs. Oppen. Every- one welcome. The Deer Creek Aid annual lute- fisk supper and bazaar will be held Dec. 6 at the parish hall. Confirmation class meets Wednes- day afternoon at 4:15. Choir prac- tice Friday night at 7:30. CHURCH OF GOD A. E. Erickson, Pastor Sunday school classes at 10, morn- ing worship service at 11. Young peoples endeavor at 7:15 p. m. Evan- gelistic service at 8 o'clock. Everyone welcome. ST. J OS E P~--~'-~H'~R H Father John GHhooley Big Timber--Mass, Sunday at 7:30 and 10:30 a. m. Reed Point--Mass, Sunday at 9 a.m. ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev. Wallace Bristor Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. every Sunday. Holy Communion and ser- mon the first Sunday of each month at 11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser- mon the third Sunday of each month. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE "Ancient and Modern Necromancy, Alias Mesmerism and Hypnotism, De- nounced" is the subject of the les- son-sermon to be read in all churches of Christ, Scientists, on Sunday, No- vember 30. Golden text: "God overthroweth the wicked for their wickedness." (pro- verbs 21:12) The Bible references in- clude this one from Matthew 7: 15-16. "Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. Ye shall know them by their fruits." Included among the citations to be read from the Christian Science text- book, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, by Mary Baker Eddy, is this one: "Animal magne- tism has no scientific foundation, for God governs all that is real, harmon- ious, and eternal, and His power is neither animal nor human." (Page 102). The average army combat vehicle has between 80,000 and 90,000 parts as compared with 17,000 parts for the average automobile. THE EVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH Rev. E. J. Bott, Pastor Sunday school at 10, preaching at 11. (Offering for foreign missions). Youth Fellowship at 7:15, preaching service at 8 p. m. Thanksgiving Day service Thursday evening at 8. Missionary Society Friday, 28th at 2:30 p. m., lunch picnic style. Yellowstone District Youth Fellow- ship rally Sat. 29th, at 2 p. m. and 7:30 p. m., supper 5:30. The Rev. Charles E. Fogg, con- ference Superintendent is the guest speaker. Annual Bazaar Wednesday, Dec. 3 at the church parlors. EVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH Reed Point Rev. John Douglas, Pastor Sunday school at 10:00 a. m., morn. ing worship at 11 with message by the pastor. Evening.service at 8 p. m. Midweek Bible study and prayer service at 7:30 p. m. We welcome you to worship with us. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH E. Brentwood Barker, Pastor Sunday school at 9:45. O. J. Paul- son, Supt. Morning worship at 11. This Sun- day begins Advent. Sermon, "Heav- enly Holiday." We'll have the serv- ice of infant baptism this Sunday NEW TRAIN SCHEDULE West Bound Train No. 1 ............................ 6:50 a. m. Train No. 26 ........................ 1!:28 a. m. Trains No. 25 and No. 26 do not stoP The new giant aircraft carrier US$ Saratoga will be the sixth American naval vessel to bear this name. .=, stock Is y! Office Phone 92 Licensed & Insured CHANGE IN DATE-- SATURDAY, 1 P. M. Due to Thanksgiving, Our Regular Thursday Sale Will Be Be Held on Saturday, November 29, at 1 p. m. BOZEMAN LIVESTOCK AUCTION CO. BOB ELLERD ED CARDWELL BY'Flol Karl residen a Licit mg hi: SPring I'[ughes Ellen ~r. an( Mr. , Callers and cal ~r. tephel flay. Little a Livin Dale Nelson Callers at Meh Mr.a !ly wer home Prof E Having decided to quit ranching, I will sell at public auction atII f, the ranch located 21 miles south of Big Timber, 4 miles west of betw McLeod on West Boulder, the following personal property -- Watch for signs. Sale Starts at 10 a. m. Free Lunch at noon. Bring cups. Brannin. 43-tf SEWING MACHINES " morning. --~---~ ........ -7-; Sales--Renairs--Rentals ttomeland Circle meets Thursday /~or ~HICK baie---tiooa mree oeo- ; "- ' -"~' ~ -"~rn"~n Mmes A ..... nu~,m.n room home. Henderson Real Eestate. numor lzeo ~mfier ~ervice ~'.~y r~.~}.k ..^ h~'.,~"~ .... I~ 41* t-none l~l~-W a~u *)za,.t: ale ~Ju~c~c~. _____ 2"~ 317 So. H St. Livingston, Mont. 7 ARK meets Sunday evening, Dec. For Sale--My property at 120 East 41-tf "Reception of members Sunday, Dec 14 yearling heifers Yellowstone. Madge Tronrud. 42-tf "G-,o~ .. .......... l:,lectrolux uleaners--~or t r e e In. I17o,4,A l demonstration call Fred Bonnell,Pilgrim Fellowship 7:30 Sunday 5 3 year old cows CannerVV all~Uhorses. Duane 306-M after 5 p. m., or write to 115 evening, continuing the study of per- ] year old Holstein cow 1 5 year old cow ~~] West Geyser, Livingston, Montana" sonal psychology in its relationship wam eo--A smau usea gwi s o[-] 5-tf to our Christian faith, year old Guernsey cow 12 calves cycle, t-none ~U. 7-Z .... 1 5 year old red whiteface cow 5 yearling steers Hooper,Wantedphone-- 3-M. 49-tf J] 1 9 year old red cow 2 For R nt YOUR MOST PRIZED POSSESSION 1 9 year old red whiteface cow For Rent--One bedroom modern 1 1949 Ford tractor 1 walking plow 1 1946 Ford tractor, new tires 1 heavy duty sled and 2 speed 1 sheep wagon 1 model A car Ford mower 1 Ford tandem disc electric motor and grinder 1 Ford shovel set taps and dies Ford 2-way plow 1 6-in. feed grinder Ford buckrake 3 log chains and boomers 1 Ford dump rake 1 pulley, radiator guard and 1 new Oliver 12-in. gang plow lights for Ford tractor 1 combination radi0-phono. 1 record cabinet and records 1 nearly new McC.-Deering cream separator 1 nearly new washing mach. 1 11 cu. ft. deep freeze cu. ft. ice box Monarch coal and electric combination stove oil heating stove coal heating stove apartment. Call 9-R-33. 7-tf For Rent---3 room apartment with private bath. Call L. R. Moschelle. 5-If For Rent--3 room and enclosed porch furnished main floor apart- merit, with electric refrigerator, elec- tric washer and private bath. Maud Hickman, 7-tf Lost---Found Lost--Yearling Whiteface heifer, branded D Lazy P right ribs, in Tom- my Nevin vicinity. W. A. Hulin. 7-3 For quick results try a classified ad. USE BREATHEASY Inhalant Method ~or relier ot broQehlal asthma symp- toms/--On money-naex guarantee. No matter now many years you have su[- lered . . . no matter It you "have tried them ail~" BRF.~THE~tSy must worx or it costs you nothing. COLE DRUG COMPANY Bie Timber, Montane INSURANCE FAMILY plan now with i 125 North Main Street --- Livingston PHONE 177-K While They Last! PRICED FROM $169.95 to $262.95 Down payment: 10 per cent Monthly payments as low as $8.00 We will pay the finance charge on your contract' Liberal trade-in allowance on your old gas range. Look elsewhere in this issue of Pioneer for our special on KELVINATOR! Your Bendix and Dealer PHONE 197 Terms of Sale: Cash, unless arrangements are made with the clerk prior to sale ! Citizens Agency, Clerk C. V. Mosier, Paul Westervelt, Auctioneers Harold Mjolsness