The Big Timber Pioneer (Big Timber, Mont.) 1983-current, December 19, 2003, Image 6

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Page 6 — BIG TIMBER (MT) PIONEER — Week c l December 19-25, 2003 f i L / T i m e s Sid Fraser needed more room for his sheep 70 years ago A review of the events of this week 70, 50 and 2 5 years ago as recorded in the Big Tim b e r P ioneer | 25 Years Ago December 20, 1978 Thor» aid Anderson, Tom Kalbcrg and Darrel lambach agiccd to sene on the newly created Livestock Protective Association They were appointed by the Counts Commissioners. Roger Phipps o! Reed Point was killed when his pickup and a semi truck collided east of Rig Timber on Highway 10. The Counts Commissioneis said the counts ssould not be responsible for any fences damaged In sums plowing No place to pul the plowed snow ssas a problem Winners in the Chnslmus Coloring Contest were Flossy Drisduhl. Ams Thomas. Lusvrencc Hanson. Leah Jarrell. Julie Sirobcl. and Kris Long Karen Clark approached the SGHS trustees ssnh the idea of forming a Hcrdci B<x>stcr club. Jim Graham ssas -.elected by the Montana Coaches Association as Montana Athletic Director ol the Year DuWaync Norskog ssas pic­ tured standing in a six foot high tunnel through a snow drift con­ structed to his grandmother's (Donna Gcxiscy) back door Csdncs'Fra.scr ssas chosen Girl ol the Golden Heart bs the Montana Beta Chapter of Stgnut Phi Epsilon at Montana State University Navy Boatswain's Male Third class Das id Lemmons, the son ol Hazel Fallang. participated in exer­ cise \Varsity Lance\ off the south­ ern California coast. He was a cress member board the amphibious command ship USS Blue Ridge Jenny Drisduhl told Santa Claus, during his sisjt to lossn sponsored bs the Big Timber Lions' Club. 'Tsc been a gcxxl girl., and ms daddy's been a gcxxl bos<” 50 Years Ago December 24, 1953 A rodeo for Big Timber svas discussed at last Tuesday's meeting of the Lions club President Orvin Fjarc brought up the subject, suiting th:ii Walt Zuiuwalt hud called him and indicated that he would be available for a rodeo shosv. on reasonable terms next summer. Jack C Blair, son of Mr and Mrs W N Blair. Big Timber, was graduated from air force officer candidate school here December I I and commissioned a second lieutenant in the air force reserse With a couple of inches ol snosv Monday it looked like Big Timber might have a white Christmas, but the wind came up Tuesday and left the town svith just a trace of the white stuff Janice Reidelbach litis completed her course at Billings Business college and will start the first of the year as a secretary m the Count} Agents office m Billings Louiiha I.riekson, Thordis Jody Nunley. Janet Heunor and Gol den Boyd are among the students home from Montana Eastern College of Education at Billings for the Christmas holidays. Sweet Grass Churches im . riMtii u i . u t iik k a n < llt.KCll r.iurlh and ll(i<i|Rr Jim ll'ilmliind. I'asmr trinine. '>.»2-57.2.1 nr <J.»2-5.»5H) Sunday • l)’4S am Snuda} Sclmnl. lilam Adult Bible Stinte : 11 am Sunday S c I kmi I ( hrislnias I’rngrani I'ntlowvd by I’lillnck Dinner Wediic-day - 7 pin Christmas T.U' l/amlliiiglit Warship. 11 pm Clirislmas Kve Candlelight Warship with llnls ( mnnmuion M F IA III 1.1 I T i l l KAN CHURCH Melville. Montana Jim llnlminnd. I'aslnr tl’hone: ‘>.»2-572.» or ‘>.»2-5.»5Hi Suiulay - 4 pm Sunday School Christmas Program followed liy Pie and Coffee Fellowship hour Wednesday - 4 pm Christmas INe Candlelight Worship kvangt . l i c a i . c i i c h c i i Third and Bramble <J.»2-56.»7 Bryan Baker, Pastor Sunday - X It) 10:»0 am Worship Services; NO Kids /.one. Youth Gatherings, o r Adult Life Issues Classes; X pm - Bible Study & Prayer Tuesday - X »0 am P rayer Wednesday - NO Youth Croup until Jan. 7th; <t pm Candle l.ighl Christmas Kve Service ST. JOSKPII S CATHOLIC CHURCH Ninth and McLeod • 932-4728 Tum Sehleder. Pastoral Administrator Sunday X »0 am Mass 0 »0 am Children's Christmas Program; IO .V) am Church Decorating; 11 »0 am Parish Politick Dinner W ednesday 7 »0pm Mass ST. MARK'S LPISCOPAI. CHI.1 K O I (•'north and Hooper Kenneth Trite lore The Reverend Miry Rowe <>.»2-5712 or (406) 222-0222 Sunday - 11 am Holy Kucharisl Nursery provided; 11 am Sunday School. Monday & Friday - 8 pm AA. I.» ANCFLICAI. I Kill' Clll ltCH Tornili and Kscrett Pastor l.ynn Holm <>.»2-5782 Siaulay - 10 am Bible Classes 11 am Morning Sers ice; h pm Church Christmas Supper Wednesday 0 pm Christmas F sc Sers ice Anana Cancelled 1 huisd.iy ' pm Bible Study and Praser MRS T CONCKFC »TIGNAI. ( HI KCII Ton rill and Anderson I arri Prav. Pastor <>.»2* 57.»fi Snuda} - ‘) am t offee Kefh'ctions. 10 am Worship CHURCH OF GOD 216 Fast .Second - <>.»2-5.».»l Harold Rains. Pastor Sunday III am Sunday School; III- »fi am Morning Worship. I-IIIS T Sunday of each tumuli Politick Uilltmed In Ladles’ Ministries and Men's Fellowship mevlings m llic aflcinoons. ItOCI.DKK VAI.LKY BAPTIST CHURCH (SBC) 5tli & llusha Tom Price, Pastor <>.»2-6891 Sunday - ‘>.45 am Fellowship; 10.1)0 am Sunday School; 11 am Worship Sen ire. Wednesday - 6 !» pm • Awana ST.VT.YW-DAY Al>\ FN TIS I' I lll'KCll 20') l-.ast Fourth \venue • <>.»2-5740 Hill Smith. Pastor Saturday <> »0 am Worship Service: it). JS am Sabbath School. Tuesdas 10 »0 am Bible Study & Prayer. W cdncsd.iv - 6 pm Bible Study. C IICKCII o r .IKSUS CHRIST Ol l..\ n i.H DAY SAINTS 1110 Fast Second Avenue - access via Highway !<>l North Michael McFarland, Branch President <>.»2-4.»87 Sunday Meetings start at 9 am. KKFD POINT KVANGLLICAI. CHURCH 1st Ave. So. & Park St. Boh Conover. Pastor 4116-326-2450 Sunday <)-45 am Sunday School; 11 am Worship. Wednesday 7 »0 pm liible Study and ' Prayer Meeting Women Ministries, call .»26-2450 CHURCH OF CHRIS I 420 »Vest Kighlh Suiulay - 10 am Bible Study: l l a m »»or.sliip Service. Lt ami Mrs. Bob Deegan ami sons arrival early Saturday morning to spend the holidays with his mother. Mrs. Sylvester Lavolcl. and her mother. Mrs. Bertlu Gottlob of Twodot Mr. and Mrs. George Staples from Anaheim, CA and Ins aunt. Mrs Lou McAdams of Eucapis, CA spent Sunday night with Mrs Staple s uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Duffey Paul Savchenko. 2 and a half year old son of Mr and Mrs. George Savchenko, received a cut on libs iorehead Sunday when he dashed into the .street suddenly and was struck by .i car A huge crowd turned out for the Roquet's community Christinas party Saturday night at the Legion hall, the number being estimated at around <i(M>. Students at home for the Christmas vacation from the State college at Bozeman are Catherine Arncson. Evelyn Strand. Helen Sargent. Lloyd Berg. Clair Engle. Glen Blair. George Crcmer.. Leigh Johnson Bill Hoskmson. Joe Kocmci. Frank Cosgriff. Jean Smoot. George Erickson. Chuck Bray. Nova Jean Becken. Mary Peterson and Jack Armstrong 70 Years Ago December 21. 1933 Turkeys to he received at Sawyers Dee. 27 — young toms. 12 and 1/2 cents and old hens and toms. 9 cents. A second payment o f checks to the relief workers, will be made tomorrow, the payment having been advanced a day on account ol the near approach of Christmas Miss Hazel Mason, who has been employed at Cody. Wyo . came home the first of the week to visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mason at McLeod. Alter the holidays she will return to Cody to accompany her employer's family to Cleveland. Ohio for a slay of sevctal weeks. \ Mr. and Mrs. C.M l.aubachof Saginaw. Ore . lormerly ol Springdale, celebrated their golden wedding at their home in Saginaw recently Mr. Lauhach is 73. born hi Pennsylvania in 1H61 Mrs Laubuch is 65. and was also born in Pennsylvania They came to Montana in 1912. where they lived on their ranch at the Cra/.y mountains. A few years ago they moved to Oregon. Rae Harper returned Sunday from Chicago, where he visited with relatives for three months after accompanying a stock shipment to that city. Agnes Tcrland returned from Butte this week where she had been a guest of Miss Agnes Sands for the past month. Sidney Fraser Si. has purchased the Pinkerton place on the north side of the Yellow stone river, below Grey Chib to have more range for his sheep. Ina West and Hilda Rein were chosen delegates to attend the general assembly of the Montana MCA at Great Falls next week. ...For the Dec. 2 6 th issue of the BIG TIMBER PIONEER is Tuesday, December 23 at 2 p.m . This DEADLINE is for all News, Display and Classified ads. The Pioneer will CLOSE on Wednesday, December 24th and reopen on Monday, December 29th. « ¿ ä h s t W t ¿ ' I U 1 S K Y I B T M A 1 M N E l C . During the month of Docemhct, Blue Sky will donate 15% OF EVERY STEAM CLEANING JOB to the F ood B ank of B ig TIMBER. Donations will he maje in vortr name. By having your carpets or upholstery cleaned for the holidays you are helping others in need. V^PIense call 222-7052 for anpoinlmenfc. If wc arc unable to answer nyht away please leave your f name and number and wc will return your call. i * A % % * A % * u

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