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2- FALLON COUNTY TIMES Furs or , nit mins Contact 10 YEARS AGO Friday, April 29, 2005 -- Alter owning and operating the Sagebrush Inn for 29 years, Del and Jan Kenitzer have sold the facility to a young couple from southern California, Chris and Cheryl Duke. . . High temperature April 24 was 72 degrees... Registered vot- ers are asked to vote May 3. There is only one issue on the ballot - the county is asking voters to approve or disap- prove continuing ten mills for two years for upkeep and maintenance of Fallon Medical Complex. . . Jayden Entzel of Rhame was the winner of In- credibles DVD in Reynolds' Easter Contest. . . Ray Maier will celebrate his 75th birthday May 1... Baker School Board held a special meeting Apr. 25 to cancel the mill levy election. The legislature passed HB 624, which allows disequal- ized districts to use any of the last five years' budgets. . . Baker Car Club met Apr. 15. Agenda for the meeting was to name the car club and form a committee to oversee the car show and to work together to schedule cruises for the club. They decided on Classic Cruisirs Club as their name... Russell's Clothing is celebrat- ing its grand opening under new owners, Don and Merri Beck, and the 89th anniver- sary of the store, May 5-7. .. Bea Siring celebrated her 90th birthday Apr. 9. 20 YEARS AGO Thursday, April 28, 1995 -- Trustworthy Hardware has been purchased and the name has been changed. Randy and Donna Morris are the new owners of Hardware Hank lo- cated in the Lake City Shop- ping Center. The store has been completely remodeled and several departments have been expanded... The Corner Bar and T.A.W.. Inc. will spon- sor \Battle On The Prairie\ an invitational Winding event June 3 and 4. . . Montana It. Governor Dennis Rehberg will travel to Fallon County next week to visit with county com- missioners, city officials, and the public... A piece of Baker history came crashing to the ground last week when the Baker Drive -1n Theater was torn down to make room for impending road construction.. . Barb Kiang was recognized by the E.F. Foundation for her support, guidance and counsel- ing of international exchange students. . . Country Lake Greenhouse will be opening May I. . Lea Grainger cele- brated her 87th birthday April 19. 30 YEARS AGO Thursday, April 25, 1985 -- Molly Barefoot and Karl Mueller were chosen prom queen and king at the junior prom held last Saturday. . . Daylight saving time starts Apr. 28... Margetta's Family Diner will open Apr. 29. It is located in the Lake City Shop- ping Center. . . Bernie and Emmett Gregerson will cele- brate their 50th wedding an- niversary May 4. . . 501 Shrink to Fit Levi's are now on sale at Samsel's for $14.88. ... Fallon County's delegates to the 38th annual Montana Girls State are Tricia Strang - ford and Pam Feisthamel from Baker and Heidi Bickle from Plevna. Alternates are Kim Quenzer from Baker and Traci Thielen from Plevna... Baker Homecraft Club elected offi- cers and they are as follows: president Shirley Barth, vice president Sharon Nordahl, secretary -treasurer Sarah Schueler, and sunshine lady Billie Jo Losing. 40 YEARS AGO Thursday, April 24, 1975-- A two car head-on collision took the lives of two children Apr. 22 when a 1973 GMC pickup driven by John Soy - land, 31, of Colstrip and a 1965 Dodge car driven by Shane Waples, 17, a student in Plevna working at the Fred Berzel ranch met on the crest of a hill nine miles south of the six mile turn-off of Highway 12. Riding with Waples were Steven Berzel, 7 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Berzel, and Brenda Askin, 8 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy \Chunky\ Askin. Both children were killed in- stantly, Waples and Soyland were taken to the Holy Rosary Hospital for treatment. . . Sandy Kinsey, nurse in charge of the newly organized Plevna Health Center, is shown visit- ing with Mrs. Tom Judge, rep- resenting the Governor, at the open house last week. Besides Mrs. Kinsey. RN, others in- volved in the project are Charles Neumann, president; Leon Rieger, vice president; Mrs. Kermit Livengood, treas- urer; and Mrs. Isadore Leis : chner, secretary. 50 YEARS AGO Thursday, April 22, 1965-- A new era in banking will begin for the Bank of Baker with their grand opening this weekend. . . Cub Scout Pack 229 held their second Pinewood Derby racing car contest at their monthly pack meeting. There were 29 entries with prizes going to Todd Overton, Charles Bethel, and David Houser... Carter Chris- tiansen, Virginia Nelson, Mrs. James Hoffman. Roy McClain and narrator Margaret Lathrop served on the panel, \It's a Free Country ... or is it?\. The sixth of a series of Talks with Teens program over KFLN. 60 YEARS AG() Thursday, April 28, 1955 -- Several crew men miracu- lously escaped death and in- jury when the derrick being erected on a new wildcat loca- tion northwest of Baker col- lapsed. . . A new 16 inch pipeline running 450 miles was announced by Shell Oil. The line will run south from Montana aghlbilmf ,.. 0!\0Mg_ Ph. 406-778-3344 • Fax: 778-3347 PO Box 679 • Baker, Montana 2014 Member 59313-0679 Published every Friday in Baker. Montana FALLON COUNTY TIMES (l1SFB 11149114 Darlene Hornung Publisher/Manager Susan Newell Typesetter Tammy O'Donnell siles Lori Kesinger Reporter Michael Castleberry Graphics Advertising must be in by 2 p.m.1liesday Periodicals postage paid in Baker. MT POSTMASTER Send address changes to: FALLON COUNTY TINIES • PO Box 679 • IlaAer, MT $9313 SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 439 in trade area ($93 & 586 tip codes) $44 in Montana $$4 outside Montana ADVERTISING RATES: Local per column inch $7.10 National Advertising per column inch $8.36 Classified 150 per word over 25 words $8.95 minimum, all strictly cash Cards of Thanks I5it per word over 50 words $6.85 minimum, all strictly cash e-mail: fctimesamidrivers.com • wvvw.FallonCounlyEstra.com Country Media, Inc. the eastern Montana area of the Williston Basin to connect with lines now operating from eastern Wyoming, the Platte Pipeline at Guernsey, and the Western Pipeline at Fort Laramie... Power lines of the Goldenwest REA were blown down and nearly all the poles in the heavy rain and 56 mph winds, Apr. 16. Damages amounted to more than $20,000. 70 YEARS AGO Thursday, April 26, 1945-- L.W. Heftie accepts position of superintendent of schools in Baker...Two motor accidents at the bridge over the creek just south of the Commercial Hotel occurred this week. The first happened when Gunder Gunderson ran his small truck off the side of the road be- tween the bridge and the walk; and the second occurred when Richard Billie ran into the rear of Robert Madler's truck. . . Harry Hartse left for Butte Thursday night where he will enlist in the armed forces. . . Baccalaureate services were held Sunday evening in the town hall at Plevna with Rev. Little the speaker. 80 YEARS AGO Thursday, May 2, 1935 The departure of April found Montana enjoying a soaking rain which extended eastward as far as Miles City. . . Paul Hubbard of the Baker Hard- ware Store suffered a loss of $100 in stock and change taken from his place Friday night or after midnight. The villains broke through the front window... Plevna High School will present \Huckle- berry Finn\ in the town hall Saturday night. Ray Huber will play the title role... Local grocery store sells Alaska pink salmon, 2 cans, 220; coffee, 3 tbs., 574. . Royal Neighbors gave a farewell party for Mrs. C. Guenther Tuesday at the J.F. Smola home. 90 YEARS AGO Thursday, April 30, 1925-- L.P. Ryan of St. Paul arrived Saturday and has accepted a position as tinner for L. Price Co. . . Max Mellor won first prize in a declamatory contest given by Baker High School.. Saturday evening the Spring- dale community had a gather- ing at the school house. J.A. Williams, attorney, gave an address on \An Appreciation of Ma and Pa\. Music was en- joyed and Frank Becker also rendered a selection... West - more State Bank pays credi- tors a dividend of 25 percent your Congress members The 114th Congress con- vened Jan. 6 to address numer- ous key issues. With 247 seats in the House of Representatives and 54 seats in the Senate, this con- gress has the largest Republi- can majority since the 7 I st Congress. Contact Montana congres- sional delegation at: US Representative Ryan Zinke, Republican 113 Cannon House Office Building Washington, DC 20515 Phone: 202-225-3211 Fax: 202-225-5768 zinke.house.gov US Senator Steve Daines, Republican Washington, DC Office I Russell Senate Courtyard Washington, DC 20510 Phone: 202-224-2651 Fax: 202-224-9412 stevedaines .com US Senator Jon Tester, Democrat Washington, DC Office 724 Hart Senate Building Washington, DC 20510-2604 Phone: 202-224-2644 Fax: 202-224-8594 lestersenate.gov BHS Art Show Baker High School Ad- vanced Placement Studio Art Show will be on display at The Bank of Baker now through Nius Shann Schillinger's brother and Baker NativeJace Schillinger stands proudly in this picture next to his 2015 men's indoor track & field coach of the ear plaque. Great jobJace, keep up the hard work! The Baker Police Dept. will be enforcing the Public Nuisance Ordinance. It is the goal of the City of Baker to promote an aesthetically pleasing community that is enjoyed by all and one that we can all be proud of. According to Chief Reddick, the Baker Police Department will make contact with residents throughout the city who are in violation of the ordinance as well as state law. Please contact Baker Police Dept. at 406-778-2151 with any questions. FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 2015 Beta Sigma Weather Vane Phi will be Apr Apr 15 16 63 60 38 .01 35 at Health Apr Apr 17 18 68 69 26 32 Fair Apr Apr 19 20 51 51 29 23 Beta Sigma Phi will have a Apr 21 54 26 table at the Health Fair April YTD Moisture- 1.39 29, from 6 a.m. - 1 p.m. Donations for the Commu- nity Fund will be accepted. Extension These donations help defray medical expenses or other dis-calendar astrous events for people in our community. Approxi- mately $12,000 was given from April of 2014 until now. Cards Twelve people came out to play pinochle Apr. 19 at the Baker Senior Citizen Center. There were three tables of four players each. Winners were Alvina Varner, Jay Gregory, Delbert Schweigert and Doris Geving. Pinochle will be played again next Sunday, Apr. 26, at 1:30 p.m. at the Senior Center. Got a NEWS tip? 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