Big Timber Pioneer (Big Timber, Mont.) 1890-1975, March 05, 1975, Image 7

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Wuduuuday, March S, 1*75 - TH <2 »IG TIMBER PIONEER - Pa«« 7 Area church notes BIG TIMBER LUTHERAN CHURCH E^ene W. Nilaea,Paatar Sunday, Mar. 9—Special Fsmily Worship Service, 11 im.. Sermon: “Honor in the Home\. No Sunday School Mar 9. Tuesday—3:30 p.m., Cub Scouts. W e d n e s d a y—3:45 p.m. Confirmation Class. 4:30 p.m., Youth Choir. 7:30 p.m., FAMILY LENTEN SER­ VICE. \In Roman Courts”. Thursday—10 a.m., ALCW Bible Study, Pioneer Home. 2 p.m.. A L C W General Meet­ ing. 3:30 p.m.. Cub Scouts. 8 p.m.. Church Council. MELVILLE LUTHERAN CHURCH Eugene W .N U sca.PM ter Sunday Mar. 9—2 p.m., Sunday School. 3 p.m. Wor­ ship. Sermon: “Honor in the Home\ W e d n e s d a y—3:45p.m., Confirmation class in Big Timber. 7:30 p.m., ‘FAMILY LENTEN SERVICE in Big Timber. “’In Roman Courts”. ST. JOSEPH’S CATHOLIC CHURCH 910 McLeod S t. Fr John H a ligow sld,pastor WINTER SCHEDULE: Sunday masses: Big Tim­ ber. Saturday, 7:00 p.m.; Sunday. 9:30 a.m .; Reed Point. Sunday, 11:00 a.m. Everyday mass, 7:00 a.m. Alter Society: first Tuesday of every month, 7:30 p.m. Parish Council: third Tues­ day of every month, 7:30 p.m. W e d n e s d a y s : R e lig io n classes immediately following school dismissal, 1st and 2nd Grades, in the home of Eleanor Hauck; 3rd and 4th Grades, in the home of Mrs. Erma Ferguson; 5th and 6th Grades, in the home of Mrs. Helen Barber, 7 th and 8th Grades at 7 p.m. in the rectory basement; CYC at 7 p.m in the home of Miss Judy Vidack. REED POINT EVANGELICAL CHURCH OF NORTH AMERICA Rev. Bab Conover, p a stor Everett Bare, Lay Leader, 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 a.m. Worship Service 8 p.m. Evening Service Thurs., prayer meeting - 7:30 p.m EVANGELICAL FREE CHURCH Fourth * Everett William W ahlere.pueter 9:45 a.m. - Sunday School, Adult Bible Class 11 a.m. Junior Church—pre­ school, M orning Worship Hour—nursery provided 7:30 p.m. • Evening Service Tuesday-10 a.m. Ladies Bible Study-nursery provided W e d n esday—7:30 p.m. • Bible Study and Prayer. Second Thursday — 7:30 p.m. • Women’s Missionary Society. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 4th and Aadersou Oliver Ton q uery, paster Sunday morning worship, 11 a.m. Church school for all ages, 9:30 a.m. CHURCH OFGOD fe d Street E.H. BradfieM, p aster 10 a.m., Sunday, Sunday School 11 a.m., Sunday, morning worship 7:30 p.m., Sunday, evening worship EVANGELICAL CHURCH OF NORTH AMERICA M a u d Bramble Rev. Richard KieuRa, paster 9:45 a.m. - Sunday School 11 a.m. - Morning worship 7 p.m. - Evangelical Youth 7:30 p.m. Evening Service 7:30 p.m. - Wed. Prayer & Bible Study BIG TIMBER SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Meute C h w ch, Pastor Worship, 2 p.m. Saturdays Prayer Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays ST. MARK’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Ala A II aohpt Fr. Mkhael J eoldas,paster 10 a.m. Sundays, Sunday School. 11 a.m. Sundays, worship service, nursery provided. ASSEMBLY OF GOD 305 Everett Gary W a ta c,paster 10:00 a.m. - Sunday School 11:00 a.m. • Sunday morning Worship 7:30 p.m. • Sunday evening Worship Wednesday Bible study - 7:30 p.m. Special vacatio n th is w e e k for high sch o o l stu d e n t s Sweet Grass High School students will get a special \vacation\ this week, thanks to the Sheepherders. High school classes will be dismissed at 10:45 a.m. Thursday, and none will be held Friday so students and faculty members can attend the state tournam ent at Eastern Montana College, Billings. Big Timber and rural grade school classes will be held as usual. The Herders play their first game at 1:30 p.m. Thursday against Belt. The pep and band buses will leave at 11 a.m. and return after the night session. Should the team win that game, it will play the winer of the Sacred Heart, Miles City Thompson Falls game at 7 30 p.m. Friday. In that case, the pep and band buses will leave for the games a t 5 p.m. and return after the night sessions. If the Herders lose their first game, they will play at 1:30 p.m. Friday against the loser of the Sacred Heart- Thompson Falls game. In that case the pop and band buses will leave at 11 p.m. and return after the night ses­ sions. If the team plays Saturday morning, the pep and band bus will leave a t 7 a.m. and if the team plays in the evening, the bus will leave at 5 p.m. Thursday there will be no McLeod or Grey Cliff bus in the afternoon. If the teams play Friday afternoon, there will be no Grey Cliff or McLeod bus. If the herders play Friday night only, all regular bus runs will be made Friday. The hot lunch program will be operated as usual Thurs­ day and Friday for the grade school. B o u l d e r s n o w ‘ a v e r a g e ’ Although you may find it hard to believe (especially if you've finally cleared your driveway) the Soil Conservation Service (SCS) survey shows the first readings taken March 1 were just about normal. Readings at Independence indicate a »now depth of 56.5 inches, up from 53 inches last year. A reading of 73.9 inches at Monument Peak is down from the 75.5 inches noted last year. The average snow depth at Independence, figured from 1941-69, is 54 inches, and the Monument Peak average is 73, computed from 1961-69 data collected. Moisture content was also measured, and Independence had 18.3 inches, slightly above the 1974 reading of 18 inches, and Monument Peak measurements showed 24.2 inches of moisture content, under last year's 26.1 inches, but close to the average of 24 inches. Frank Biglen, engineering technician for the SCS, who led the survey team says these readings with lower snows and moisture content a t upper elevations and heavy snow depth and moisture content a t lower levels are a reversal from last year's which had above-average accumulation a t upper levels with less in the lower elevations. Biglen says this difference will cause the heavy water period to comer earlier than last year because the greater accumulation is at lower elevations. He says the SCS predicts that the irrigation supply should be adequate during the main melt .periods of June and early July, but it will recede rapidly as the snow at the lower elevations melts out Do these measurements mean we are safe from spring flooding? Biglen says it is really too soon to say. Surveys will be conducted April 1 and May 1 and more reliable for casta may be made with new data. Even after the survey was taken, the areas received rain which will settle the snow but add to the moisture content says Bob Leinard of SCS. The large snowfalls last March were largely responsible for last year’s flooding says Biglen. However, Leinard notes the floods could have been worse if the rapid melting had not been slowed down some by the water freezing each night. A two-page pamphlet containing an interpretation of the measurements is being printed by the SCS. The publication entitled “Water Supply Outlook for the Upper Yellowstone River Basin” will be available at the end of this week. 91 B o w l i n g l e a g u e s t a n d i n g s Me and Re League Feb. 27,1975 Coast to Coast 4-0; Stephens Auto 4-0; Burlington Northern 4-0; Cole Drug 4-0; Harolds Body Shop 4-0; McLeod 3-1; CM Russell 1-3; Clouse Transfer 0-4; Rehmer Electric 0-4; Klindts 0-4; 1st State Bank 0-4; Dales Rupps 0-4. Hi team series: Coast to Coast 2002; McLeod 1961; CM Russell, Stephens Auto 1881. Hi team game: Coast to Coast 733; McLeod 720; Coast to Coast 690. Hi ind. series: Jim Long 552; Maynard Fussell 528; Vic Rue 522; Lois Reed 605; Nancy Moulden 482; Linda Long 467. Hi ind. game: Vic Rue, Wayne Pollan 201; Les Fredericks, Jim Long 200; Jim Long 194; Lois Reed 204; Lois Reed 201; Lois Reed 200. Krasy Mountain K ets Feb 26,1975 City Club Lanes 4-0; Dave’s Mobil 3-1; Jerry s Conoco 3-1; Jarrett Construction 3-1; TV Cable 3-1; Arctic Cats 2-2; Solberg's 2-2; Biebers 1-3; Montgomery Ward 1*3*, Robbins and Gust 1-3; Cort Baretts 1-3; Treasure State Tel. 0-4. Hi team series: City Club Lanes 1815; Arctic Cats 1642; Dave's Mobil 1639. Hi team game: City Club Lanes 616; City Club Lanes 607; City Club Lanes 592. Hi ind. series: Lois Reed 569; Jean Harper 493; Mary Dennis 490. Hi ind. game: Lois Reed 220; Linda Alkire 189; Lois Reed 180. Timber League Feb. 25,1975 The Color Shop 26Vi-9Vi; Oie Motor 24-12; Sweet Grass Creamery 21-15; Big T Super 20V i -16'/ i ; Cort Bar 15,/*-201/*; Jaycees 13'/«-22*/*; Moose *1 13-23; Wheatland Co., Sheriff Poaae 10-26. Hi team series: The Color Shop 2640; Moose 91 2587; Oie Motor 2552. Hi team game: The Color Shop 944; Moose 91 906; Oie Motor 900. Hi ind. series: Jules Etzold 604; Dick Reed Point Josephson 555; Steve Johnson 545. Hi ind. game: Dick Josephson 227; Jules Etzold 213; Mason Colby 209. Maverick League Feb. 24,1975 Big Timber Electric 10-2; City Club Bar 7-5; Old Timers 6-6; Arctic Cats 5-7; American Legion 5-7; Farmer’s Service 3-9. Hi team series: Big Timber Electric 2503; City Club Bar 2347; Old Timers 2321. Hi team game: Old Timers 858; Big Timber Electric 854; City Club Bar 849. Hi ind. series: Pete Kelly 557; Wynn Isom 537; John Herries 531. Hi ind. game: Pete Kelly 200; John Herries, Pete Kelly 192; Wes Ryan 190. Womens Western Feb. 25,1975 Pirrie Drilling 9115-1; Pirrie Drilling 92 13-3; Shawmut Bar 7-9; Beer & Nunley Trucking 7-9; City Club Lanes 3-13; Moose Gals 3-13. Hi team games: Pirrie Drilling 92 530; Pirrie Drilling 92 527; Pirrie Drilling 92 495. Hi team series: Pirrie Drilling 92 1552; Pirrie Drilling 91 1414; Moose Gals 1369. Hi ind. series: Elaine Jones 566; Marion Murnion 524; Joyce Taylor 518. Hi ind. game: Elaine Jones 205; Elaine Jones 189; Marion Murnion 185. Pops concert set M a r c h 11 The Sweet Grass County High School annual Pops Concert will be held Tuesday, March 11 at 8 p.m. in the high school gym. The concert is under the direction of SGHS music instructor, Tom Mandigo. Among the selections will be the concert band playing sounds of Simon and Garfunk- el, “Tie a Yellow Ribbon Round The Old Oak Tree\; the choir—“If I Ruled The World,\ “The Hands of Time,” \Morning Has Broken;“ the stage band—\Walk Wild,\ “Proud Mary,” Carpenters Medley; and the Sweet Sixteen group—\Time in a Bottle,\ “You’re 16,\ and “There is Love\. Tickets will be 51.50 for adults and 50 cents for students. The adult ticket entitles its bearer to free coffee and cake. If students wish to have the refreshment, they must buy an adult-priced ticket. Summer event dates set...tentatively Jaycees have set tentative dates for the Boat Float and Rodeo. Dana Strobei. Jaycee president, says the Boat Float will “probably\ be July 11,12 and 13. Phil Schuman, Jaycee in charge of organizing the rodeo, says it is tentatively set for August 10. Schuman explained in order to attract the top contestants, the rodeo here must be scheduled around other rodeos, partic­ ularly the one in Great Falls ' which usually preceeds the . Big Timber event A more definite date has not been set because Reg Kessler, professional rodeo producer who makes the , schedule, has not been avail­ able. REHMER ELECTRIC Electrical Contractors P l a y it s a f e w i t h lic e n s e d a n d In s u r e d E l e c t r ic ia n s R e s id e n tia l— R u r a l— In d u s t ria l In s talla tion s , M a in tenance a n d R e p a ir s Electric H e a t in g — L ig h ting Full line of Electric Supplies 16 Andarion Phon« 932-3201 BifTim b o r.M t 59011 By LOUISE THOMPSON Dates To Remember. Mar. 7—7:30, Talent Show at School Gym. Everyone Welcome. Mar. 11—7:30, Wedding shower at Evangelical Church for Mrs. Barbara Svenson. Miscellaneous. E v e r y o n e Welcome. SUNDAY callers at the A.C. Brumfield home were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Collins, Livingston, and Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Mosness of Big Timber. THE FACULTY and boys baskethall game Wednesday night was a sight to behold. Everyone seemed to really enjoy it. The teachers finally beat the boys, but by very little. We're all glad it was over, but enjoyed it. MR. AND Mrs. Bill Sager are the proud parents of a new baby boy. He has been named Gregory. Alice Van- Campen and Thaie Ludwick visited with her in the hospital in Livingston. MRS. BRUCE Cain return­ ed home after spending three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Cain in Billings. MR. ROBERT Mysse of Harlowton was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mysse. MR DENNIS Nickell was honored with a birthday dinner Sunday at his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nickells, home. MR AND Mrs. Larry Terrel and girls of Hardin spent the weekend with Mrs. Anna Whitford. MRS. EDNA Moran spent the weekend in Laurel to be close to her mother Mrs. Armstrong, who is in the hospital in Billings. H e r e 's Som e G o o d Hew s For G u y s and Gals. HEW HERE! • B ig Ball Levi's •R e g u lar Bell Levi's •Button Style Flare Levi's •Faded blue color, sharpstyfinc R o b b i n s - G u s t , I n c B ig Tim b e r— For B r a n d s You Trust F i r s t S t a t e B a n k OFBIGTIMaat Has A GROUP HEALTH PROTECTION PLAN FOR OUR DEPOSITORS Hospital Medical Surgical Maternity Major Medical B l u e C r o s s •f Mattai« T h e B l u e C r o s s P L A N P R O V I D E S HOSPITAL SHVIC1S MAJOR MKDICAL SURGICAL SERVICI« M p u c a n o f AUOfVAMI KXPBBB9PT0 * 5 0 , 0 0 0 PLUS M A TERNITY, M E D ICA L A N D OTHER BEN E F ITS S t o p i n o f t h e B a n k o r C a l l 9 3 2 - 2 1 4 1 F i r s t S t a t e B a n k o f B i g T i m b e r FXXLC. 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