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PAGE EIGHT THE DILLON, MONTANA, DAILY TRIBUNE-EXAMINER MONDAY, NOVEMBER 26,1962 PLEASE PHONE YOUR NEWS ITEMS TO MU 3-2331 The Daily Tribune will great­ ly appreciate your cooperation in giving us news items. If you are going somewhere, enter­ taining or have someone visit­ ing you, it is interesting to your friends. Just phone MU 3-2331 and tell us about it. Thanks! Roving Reporter... Mrs. Gladys Bayles and Mrs. Ada Norris went to Butte Monday to pay their respective taxes. Mrs. Norris remained there to spend the holiday with her son Larry Norris. Due to poor health Mrs. Peggy Robsoh is giving up the cafe in Melrose the first of December. Mrs. Lyla Manula will take over operation of it on that date, and we wish her success in her new venture. And hope Peggy gets to feeling much better, too. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Arnett, who have been up here for a month from California, left Tues­ day for home. She got an elk, and they both got deer, so were well supplied with meat. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Crossley and children of Butte and Mrs. T. T. Crossley of Dillon partook of Thanksgiving dinner at the A1 Macioroski home. Mrs. Fayle Dupuis and children and Milton Lenegar and family spent Thanksgiving with the Stan- chfield family on Wise River. Wallace McVey is hospitalized in Butte with a bad case of flu. Seems like a lot of sickness around Melrose this fall. In a letter I received from a gentleman1 in Portland I fotmd this to laugh at, he told about being lashed by the tailend of Freida, and then having that earthquake, then remarked, “Then came Hal­ lowe’en and Election, which shook us up worse than the previous acts of nature.” Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Eighorn and children were guests at the A1 Bayles home for Thanksgiving dinner. Mrs. Dianne Martin- and small son were Butte shoppers Satur­ day. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Talbot were up from Glen Saturday night. Elsie Schwab and Martha Price were over from Galen Sunday. Walter Donich of Anaconda was a visitor in Melrose Monday. Mickey McKnight, formerly of Silver Star, was down from Butte Tuesday. Mrs. Harold Reid shopped and visited in Dillon last Saturday and brought her two sisters home to spend the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friend went to Twin Bridges Friday to visit the Kenneth Hull family. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Babcock and children of Butte, Homer White of California and Merritt McKee of Three Forks were guests at the Wayne Decker home for Thanks­ giving dinner. John Casey of the Casey Ranch Co., was selling horses in the Mel­ rose area last week. Larrei Rachie, of Butte, visited Melrose while hunting. He bagged a deer. Joe Buyan hauled cattle to Butte last week. Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Young were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Summit Valley Sanitarium in Butte. ere I a nal 0 HORSE RATION PELLETS m **- WTWT. MONTANA FLOUR MILLS CO. [erelana FEEDS Williams Feed Inc. Dillon and Whitehall All Cars Reduced and Priced ... B E L O W B L U E B O O K ^TOUCHDOWN w Tackle These Big Savings Now! Eleven Terrific Sale Days! Pay Only 'h Down! No Monthly Payments 'til January! 1961 1961 1960 1960 1960 1959 1959 1958 1958 1958 1957 1957 1956 1956 1956 1956 1955 1955 FORD CHEV FORD MERC MERC FORD RAMBI CHEV STUDE CADIL FORD PLYMi FORD FORD BUICK Fairlane, standard transmission, P I 7 OC overdrive, radio, heater — . _ 3 1 * 0 3 1 QCC n i n e 4-Door 98, full power equipped, 1 7 3 3 U L I/3 V8 motor, radio, heater _______ $124 Biscayne, standard transmission, P I / CC 6-cylinder, heater ----------------- f 1 0 3 3 <1QCC PONTI A f 2-Door V8, radio, heater, 1 7 3 3 f U n 1IA I auto, transmission _________ $320 Ranch wagon, 4-door, radio, P1JI|| heater, overdrive ______ _____ 3 1 t*tU 1QCC Ç î j i n c Champion V8, radio, heater, 1 7 3 3 3 I U I /L heater, overdrive .... ............ ....... ’ $310 Station wagon, Monterey 4-door, C l Q 4 C radio, heater, power steering , _ i 1 / “ 3 1954 CADD 2-Door sedan, radio, heater, n u l l / Fordomatic, tinted glass . ............ $290 Monterey 4-door, radio, heater, C1QQA power steer inf, air conditioning f 107U 1954 CAD|\ 4-Door sedan, radio, heater, lU n t / Fordomatic . .................................. $289 Galaxy, 4-door, radio, heater, C l M P overdrive _________ ________ 3 1 3 3 3 1954 p i l C y 4-Door 210, powerglide, U l E f radio, heater - .............................. $315 | CD Ambassador 4-door V8, radio, C l ■Lll heater, auto, transrnission 3 * <t03 1954 lyjCpp Monterey 2-door hardtop, lULm» V8, auto, transmission ...... ........... $310 f Bel Air 4-door, radio, heater, CIAOI* powerglide _________________ ^)IU 7 3 1954 A ! HC 4-Door 88, hydramatic U L t/J V8 m o t o r ______ ___ ____________ $162 Commander 4-door, V8, P O /1 radio, heater, overdrive _______ 3 3 0 3 1953 CADI1 4-Door sedan1, radio, heater, rum/ auto, transmission _____________ $278 i p 4-Door hardtop, radio, tinted C lD Z C «Aw glass, heater, power steer. 3 ■ 0 0 3 1952 PHMTIAr Station wagon, good 1 U n i l A v transportation for o n l y ___ $180 Fairlane V8, 2-door hardtop 07110 Victoria, auto- transmission . . . . 3 * 3U 1952 rU DVCI CD 4-Door sedan, here’s U i n i J L C n a real “cheapy” ...... ............ . $87 \ | | T U Belvedere 4-door V8, P l l j r Jilin auto- transmission _____ 3* 0 3 1951 C A n ij Station wagon, 6-passenger V8, $165 Country Sedan 4-door, radio, C / 1 C heater, auto- transmission _____ 3013 1951 fHRYCI FR 2-Door, fluid drive, v l i n 13 L t n radio, heater - .......... ......... $116 Hardtop 2-door V8, radio, PiCC auto, transmission _____________ 3 0 3 3 1958 IM T 'I 6-C|ylinder, A112, heater, I n i L 4-speed transmission ...... .............. $845 Super 2-door hardtop, radio, 0 7 AA heater, power steering & brakes 3 / UU 1955 Ufll 1 VC 4-Wheel drive, IT ILL! 3 with cab - ................................ $790 II ITU Station Wagon, 4-door V8, C4£C III 111 radio, heater .......... . ......... 3 ^ 0 3 1953 CARD %-Ton with camper, rU n t / 4-speed, no-spin axle ..................... $840 4-Door sedan, V8, overdrive, • P i l f t radio, heater . .................. ............ 3 “ fcU 1951 U f | | I VC 4-Wheel drive pickup, If ILL 1 <3 4-cylinder, radio, heater .......... $535 Bel Air 4-door, radio, heater, C4QC powerglide ...... ............................. 3 »0 3 1949 n o n » 1%-Ton truck, I/UIAJL 4-speed transmission ................. $123 All A re W interized...License and Taxes A re Paid! Plus . . . I-Year G & W W a rranty on All '56 and Newer Models! E & H F O R D S A L E S 100 North Idaho -- Dillon, Montana - Phone 683-2347 , ' A. ! I .

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