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Page 6 — BIG TIMBER (MT) PIONEER — Week of Dec. 26 , 2003 - Jan. 1, 2004 R s s / T i m e s Doris Strand was the hostess for a roast goose dinner held at her home fifty years ago A review of the events of this week 70, 50 and 25 years ago as recorded in the Big Timber Pioneer 1 25 Years Ago Decem b er 2 7 ,1 9 7 8 Cattle raisers, including spokesperson Bertha Grosfleld. were circulating a recall petition for the newly formed Livestock Protective Association. Byron Grosficid reported see ing a pin-tailed grouse in an area swept clear of snow near his home on the west side of Big Timber. Daughters home to spend the holidays with their folks, Mr. and Mrs. Toby Capcrton, were Susan, who is attending the N.A U of Flagstaff, and Leslie, a student at Colorado College in Colorado Spnng s. Rick, Dennis and Michael Henthorn were all home for a Mcrn Christmas after returning from a trip which took them to Las Vegas and on into California. The community Chnstmas tree was vandalized - pulled down by a pickup truck and chain. A party was given at the Courthouse for retiring commis sioner Clark Engle 50 Years Ay» December 31. 1953 Carl Myrsiol — and presumably Mrs Myrsiol too — was surprised to learn from yesterday's Enterprise that they were the parents of a daughter, born in Livingston Monday. Carl helictes the item referred to the Elmer Myistols. since they are celebrating the birth of a daughter horn that day. and Carl hasn’t had delivery on any little bundle The hab\ has been named Carol Ann. Mrs Elmer Myrsiol is the former Evelyn Slcttcbo, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Theodore Stcttcho Mr. and Mrs Bert Roberts of Warroad. MN are spending several weeks here as guests of their daughter. Mrs Bill Anderson. Harry NVordal doesn’t exactly bounce along as lie goes to work and his footwork isn’t as neat on the softball field as it was 20 years ago, but most people will he surprised that he has been employed by the Northern Pacific for 25 years. We don't know' his age in years, hut he certainly started in the signal department ol the railroad at a tender age. Harry received a 35-year pm from N.P. jusi before Christinas in recognition of lus service. He started his employment m August, 1918. at Garrison, subsequently being stationed at Avon. Missoula and Wibcaux He has been in Big Timber since 1928, and he looks good for another -5. With Jerry Paulson selling a blistering pace, the men closed up the darlball averages lor the calendar year at the Congregational church Monday evening Mr and Mrs Ernest Petersen and son of Livingston were holiday guests of Ins parents. Mr and Mrs Nils Petersen Pvt. Wilbur W. Nevin. who has been serving with the 31st infantry regiment since July, has been transferred to the 5!9lh military police After two weeks training at Manson-ni. Korea, his company moved to Chun-Chon where they are cngaccd in conirolime the area Doris Strand was hostess to a group of girls at a roast goose dinner hi her home last night. She was assisted by Evelyn Strand and Jean Duncan Gifts were exchanged hy the girls after which they went lo the movies 70 Years Ago December 28, 1933 The George Carl family went to Columbus for Christinas day and then to Billings to spend the remainder of the week with friends Another pay day, settling accounts for last week, will be given lo local employees of ihe CWA next Saturday. The amount lo be paid in cheeks will be about .S3.900. Mabel Parker, a Sweet Grass county girl who has been teaching school at Pleasanton, CA for several years, was here to spend Christmas with her father, Glen M Parker, and brother Gene. Miss Josephine Comfort of the high school faculty left Saturday morning for Chicago lo spend the holidays at home. Miss Georgia Thorson, teacher in the schools at Libby, is spending the holidays with her sister. Mrs. Martin Stokke Miss Alice Knowles spent Friday afternoon with old schoolmates and friends m tins city, enroute lo her home in Hardin lo spend Christmas with her parents. Mr. and Mrs A. Knowles. She is a student at MSC Paul L. Van Clevo Sr., of ihe Sweet Grass Churches lilt; TIMBER LUTHERAN CHURCH Fourth and Hooper Jim llolmltind, Pastor (I'hone: 932-5723 or 932-535«) Saturday - 10 am liaptism. 11 am Gradeside Service for Jennie Snyder with reception at BT Lutheran Sunday - No Sunday School. 11 am - Worship with the Service ol' Carols - Diane Berg & Leslie Schiele Duel. Children's Seiirnm hy Cal Christensen. Young Men’s Trio. Piano Solo hy Bonnie Brewer; 12. <0 pm Adult Confirmation MELVILLE LUTHERAN CHURCH Melville, Montana Jim llolmlund. Pastor (Phone: 932-5723 or 932-5358) Friday - 10 am Wedding Sunday • 9 am Worship with Service of Carols: No Sunday School EVANGELICAL CHURCH Third and Bramble 932-5*37 Bryan Baker, Pastor Sunday - 8 31) & 10:30 am Worship Services; 9:35 am Kids Zone, Yooth Gatherings, S t AdnM Life Issues Classes; 8 pm - Bible Study S t Prayer Tuesday - 8-30 am Prayer; Wednesday - 6 pm The Rock Youth Group ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC- CHURCH Ninth and McLeod • 932-4728 Tom Schleder, Pastoral Administrator Sunday - 8:30 am Word S t Communion ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH l-ourth and Hooper Kenneth Truelove The Reverend Marv Rone 932-5712 or (400) 222-0222 Sunday 11 am lloly Faicharbt • Nursery provided: 11 urn Sunday School. Monday & Friday - 8 pm A A. CHURCH OF CURIS I 420 West Eighth Sunday - It) am llihle Study, 11 am Worship Service. EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Fourth and Fiverelt Pastor Lynn llulm 932-5782 >unday • 10 am Bible Classes; 11 am Morning Service; 5:30 pin Home FeHowship Wednesday - Awana resumes Jan. 7 Thursday - 7 pm Bible Study and Prayer Cancelled CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS l i l t East Second Avenue • access via Highway 191 North Michael McFarland, Branch President 932-4387 Sunday Meetings start at 9 am. REED POINT EVANGELICAL CHURCH 1st Ave. So. S t Park St. Boh Conover. Pastor 400-326-2450 Sunday - 9:45 am Sunday School; 11 am Worship. Wednesday - 7-30 pin Bible Study and Prayer Meeting Women Ministries, call 326-2450 FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Fourth and Anderson l.arrv Prav. Pastor 932-5736 Sunday - 9 am Coffee Reflections. 10 jm Worship Wednesday - 6-10 am Victorious Cliristiuns; 7 am Men’s Bible Study CHURCH OF GOD 216 East Second • 932-5331 Harold Rains, Pastor Sunday - 10 am Sunday School; 10:30 am Morning Worship. FIRST Sunday ot each month Politick followed hy laidie.s' Ministries and Men's Fellowship meeting', in the afternoons BOULDER VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH (SBC) 5th & Husha Tom Price. Pastor 932-6891 Sunday - 9:45 am Fellowship; 10:00 nin Sunday School; 11 am Worship Service. Wednesday - 6:15 pm - Awana SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH 209 East Fourth Avenue - 932-5740 Bill Smith, Pastor Saturday - 9:30 am Worship Service; 10:4 s am Sahhath School. Tuesday - 10.30 am Bible Study & Prayer. Wednesday - 6 pm Bible Study. Lazy K Bar ranch, was here Saturday to greet old friends and do a little Christmas shopping. He staled that on New Year’s day he will have reached his 79th milestone. He does not look it. being straight and as active as ever. Since the early eighties he has resided at Melville, coming there from Billings, and leaving the occupation o f telegraph operator for that of rancher and stockman. Reed Point Notes: Perry Moler came home Wednesday from his college at Helena to spend lus holiday vacation. W. L. Bayers, who is a traveling salesman in North Dakota for a Montana coal company, arrived home Tuesday to spend the season with his family. Mrs. Zillah Malone is very miserable this week as she is suffering from several fractured ribs which she acquired the night that was so icy and she went out on a messenger call. Not in several years was Christmas the Christmas this year. Two pay days, totaling about $6,000, had put a spirit of optimism and pep in everybody, and more homes showed colored lights, trees and a feeling of real cheer. N-'1)' I II I Includes: Skids, Pull Cablts * Steel Roofing Supply Company S e w im f ¿a* SS fern/ IMPERIAL RIB* WthltH \ \ hlild im ; COMTONEXTS $¡.39 per Un. ft. (3 ft coverage) S < Starting at *895 12'*12’ (material only) Pre-bullt shelters also available. I I H a v e a s a f e H o l i d a y S e a s o n When decorating your home or tree with lights, don't overload plugs, outlets or extension cords. Be sure to replace all frayed or cracked light strings, and use only approved outdoor lights for outdoor use. Louie says “Play it safe around electricity.” A member of MESC NarÜMfestenï www.northweetem e nergy.com Jv'-saia