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BIG SANDY, MONTANA THE MOUTA INERR AMMEMMINnime THURSDAY. JUNE 2, 1955 I ONCE knew a fellow who li‘ed right next to a busy railroad line. Each time a train rumbled along the tracks a few feet from his doorway, the frame building shook to its very foundations. I always thought it amusing that no one could entice this fellow to spend as much as one night away from home. He always begged off because of \insomnia\ . . . the peace and quiet of other places made him restless. His sleep rou- tine called for plenty of noise and noise he had to have. Having recently bur.dled the wife and two \noisemakers\ off to Mississippi for a \homesick- ness\ cure, I now understand how disconcerting an upset routine may be. As a rule, I'm the type who \tucks in\ quite early, sometimes even before the kiddies run down or are chased off to bed. Not so, now. My first efforts to retire at the usual time met with dismal failure. I kept straining my ears to hear familiar noises—rustling sounds from the children's room: pots and pans in the kitchen: somebody asking for a drink of water to be brought bedside. There were some familiar slunds. but they annoyed rather than soothed. Each seemed magnified a thousand times. The automatic heater took off like a jet, the telc- vision, aerial, rocked by the wind, made a rumbling noise like two mountains rubbed together. Tht floors \creaked\ and the storm windows rattled. Reading in bed—a habit seldon indulged in—proved the only ticke: to relaxation and sleep. But thi- process took time and I would have rested much better if a freight train had roared by ti rock me to sleep. ••• • • • • • ••• • • :* • • INVAst EF LODGE NO. *5 A F. and A. M. Regular communications 8 P M. 1st an 3rd Tuesdays of month Sojourr.,ng brethren mrdiaalto Invited. B. H. Gullicks,on, W. M. 0. H. Blockhus, SrTretar7 •:•> •W• •W• •:•;• •:•:. :•:. 1••••••••••••••.‘%\sokAN\%•• Dr. G. E. Johnson Optometrist Eyes Examined Broken lens duplicated in 1 day Office hours: 9-12 and 1-5 Open all day Saturday, closed Mondays 11; Third Ave. Havre, Mont. ' 1626 54300‘•••••••••••••%MliWVIMIGN I _ _ * gat - AITH FrlAiRIE - Mrs. Ernest reter:-.4)11 -- Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Krooshus are the proud parents of a new ' son born Saturday morning at ( Chester hospital. Rural Life Sunday was served by the Happy Half Doz- en 4-H Club a week ago Sunday. They attended the Lutheran Church in Box Elder, then pie- niced at Box Elder Creek. Cooke Brothers branded cat- tle Sunday. Dinner guests at the Dudley Cookes that day were Ni. and Mrs. George Rada, Mr. aiid Mrs.. Clem Ulmen kind son, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cooke and boys and Bruce Peterson, Sunday dinner guests at the Eltor. Prather home in Box El- ( 1 er were Mr. and Mrs. Geowe Da.lnian and Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Cooke was. pleas - Mrs. Art Kaiser, Mr. and Mrs. antly surprised last week at a El nest Pet - rson and Joy and Mr. birthday party held in her honor and LeAlie Prather and at the Clarence Edward home rnily of Dillon. The occasion with Dorothy Runnion as hos- war. a surrri:e for Dielman's tess. Guests present were Mick - 20th Wedding Anniversary. e:.• Marty, Lillian Kulbeck, Dor- Mrs. Keith Edwards accom- othy Cooke, Millie Kulbeck, pralied her mother, Mrs. Pet- Lillian ('hristofferson, Nan Ar- 41 / 4 11 IIIVAVAVAOrAP'AVAIVAIVAVAIP'AP3 r;ck and uncle, Clarence Geyer, t!) Bozeman to attend the grad- untion exercises at Mt. Ellis Academy where Kermit Petrock was among the graduation class. Sunday dinner guests at tha Marlyn Cornett home were Mr. e.rd Mrs. Fred O'Neil and Leo. Mr. and Mrs Frank O'Neil, Coralee and Arnold, Mrs. Cola Hubbard and Lee Parker an.1 11i. and Mrs.. Dick Cornett of Thompson Falls. Mrs. Charlie Mickelucky was called to Bottince, N. D. by the (teeth of her mother. Sincere sympathy is extended to her. Mrs. Ernest Peterson was on of the mothers that accompanied the Senior Class on Sneak Day. Needless to say, she had a won- derful time. Correct Your Weed Problems witk Dupont Weed Spray .2-4-D Amine 4 lb. Acid per gal. 2-4-D Isopropill Ester 3.34 lb. Acid per gal. 90 per cent Sodium TCA Weed Killer 2-4-D - 245T Ester Brush Killer A A See us now for your quantity needs. The McCabe Co. 71,1n, Igr. Phone 30 I. . 44r 4V4II Aff rAV Ally rAter AVArA /11F01111D\2gt of/rek Hay Baler • Floating Pick -Up follows con- tour of ground gets all the hay • Auger and Sweep Fork handle hay fast save leaves • Metering Wheel mcintainseither 36 or 42 -inch bale lengths • Knotters tie knots that hold boles are easy to handle • Safety Head Lock stops plunger if needle gets out of time • Heavy Duty Gears are sealed from dust and dirt —run in oil • Twin. Can holds 4 balls enough to tie about 1000 boles • Anti -Friction B•arings use,1 generously throughout baler Pays for itself on fewer acres Now you don't have to grow big acreages of hay in order to justify the cost of an automatic hay baler. The new low-cost Ford 250 Hay Baler in either PTO or engine model will help you to keep your baling costs down. Besides being low in cost, these balers are simple and easy to adjust, operate and maintain. And they do an excellent job of making firm, uniform, well - shaped bales that are securely tied for easy handling and storing. PTO Model is efficient behind 2 -plow size tractor. Engine Model is powered with dependable 15 horsepower engine. convenient terms available Now on Display Come in now and see this new baler. Find out how easy it is to own! Big Sandy Motors chibald, Irene Larson, Cora Hub- bard, 011ie Silvernale, Ruby Larson, Edith Braun, Mrs. Ed Brk,un, Midge Edwards, t h e honor guest and hostess. Loren Jenkins, Marshall ar.d Marcia Kulbeck and Sharon Pet- erson were the young folks in this community who graduated from the 8th grade last week and Dan Archibald and Bruce Peterson graduated from high sehool. Congratulations, kids. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Cooke and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Peterson, Bruce and Joy, Mr. and Mrs. George Humphrey and Billy Lee Ulmen and Mrs. Anna Pe,terson were dinner guests at the Glenn Humphrey home on M( morial Day. Mrs. Bill Kulbeck and familY and Sharon Peterson are spend- ing this week in Bozeman visit- ing with Lil's mother, Mrs. Dur- and. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Kulbeck and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Raymond Fritz home in Chester. Mrs. Carl Christofferson vis- ited at Ernest Petersons Thurs- day afternoon. 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