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PAGE TWO THE DILLON, MONTANA. DAILY TRIBUNE-EXAMINER MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1963 The Dillon Dally T R IB U N E - E X A M IN E R 22 So. Montana St. E. C. Townsend, Publisher-Mgr. E. S. Townsend, Editor Charles St&utter, News Editor Phone 683-2331 (Subscription Rates In Advance) Montana Bates: Per Year ................................. 55.00 6-Months ___ »________ 2.75 3-Months ........ — ______ 1.50 1-Month . ................ 75 Oot of Montana: Per Year . ................. - ............ 57.00 6-Months ............................... 3.75 3-Months ............ 2.00 1-Month ...................................... 1.25 Entered as second class matter Juno 12, 1881, at the post office at Dillon, Montana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. National Advertising Representa­ tive: Inland Newspaper Representa­ tives, Inn, 410 North Michigan Avenue. Chicago 11, Illinois; 1 Rockefeller Plaza, New York 20, New York; 4638 J. C. Nichols Park­ way, Kansas City, Missouri; 413 Lafayette Building, Detroit 26, Michigan; 915 Olive Street, St. Louis, Missouri; 616 Washington Street, Denver, Colorado. Member: Adv. Checking Bureau and Montana State Press Assoc> Beavers Beat Salmon, Bow to Cathedral Bulldogs Crack 10-Game Losing Streak with Twin W ins over Parsons Western M o n tana's Bulldogs and D illon's Beavers provided fans with a triple dose of classy court work over the weekend as the Straughmen pasted W e stm inster's Parsons twice and the Nield Club flashed a second half comeback to edge the highly-rated Savages of Salmon, Idaho. CLASSIFIED ADS LOST 1 LOST: Two yearling white-faced heif­ ers, full-eared, branded W B bar un­ derneath, left hip. Ralph Nichols, Wisdom, Mont. W A N T E D TO BUY WANTED: Jack Rabbits, white tailed 40c. Black tailed 10c. Will pick up in Dillon Saturday, starting Saturday, Dec. 22, Edward Rltterbush, Lima. W O R K WANTED 8 WORK WANTED: Water Well Drilling O’Keefe Drilling Co., Phone 792-3310, Butte, Mont. FOR RENT 10 FOR RENT: 2-bedroom downstairs partly furnished, heated, clean apart­ ment. Full basement. Good location, yard. Phone 2283. FOR RENT : 2-bedroom furnished apartment. Phone 5624. FOR RENT: Furnished, heated apart­ ment. 125 South Atlantic after 5 p.m. FOR RENT: A small one bedroom mo­ dern furnished house. Propane heat. Inquire at 740 E. Glendale or phone 683-2277. FOR RENT: 3-room apartment. Fur­ nished and private bath. Phone 4446. FOR RENT: 1-bedroom furnished house Four miles north of Dillon, Phone 2415. FOR RENT: 3-room furnished apart­ ment. Phone 683-5721 between 9 and 5 or 683-2240. FOR SALE, MISCELLANEOUS 11 WANT A MIRROR like finish on your vinyl floor? Get Seal Gloss acrylic finish. Dillon Implement. FOR SALE: Reloading dies, 256 new­ ton. 30-06, 32 special. 222 Reming­ ton, 257 Roberts, 264 Win., 38 Spec­ ial and 300 H&H mag. Your choice $7.35. Also brass most calibers 53.50 per 100. 44 Ruger magnum like new $75.00. 45 army colt good $29.50. 32 cal. Berreta $22.50. Orr’s Sport Shop Andrus Hotel corner.’ CARPETS CLEAN EASIER with the Blue Lustre Shampooer only $1 per day. Ellel’s. FOR SALE: Good used Stokol stoker, hydraulic drive. See at 211 North Pacific. FOR SALE: Complete boating outfit, flbreglassed boat, 12 hp motor, trail­ er, cover, $450. Bill Bruer, 301 So. Calif., Phone 2293. FOR SALE: Twin beds and spring, dressers, chest of drawers, colonial furniture, a dining set buffet with hutch and a corner hutch cupboard, desk, rugs and other Items. Phone 2784, If no answer call 4142. FREE: We loan fuel oil barrels to our customers ¿free of charge. Ph. 2601, Carr’s Fuel. FOR SALE: A matching sofa and chair in good condition. Makes Into bed. Phone 683-5609. FOR SALE: 300 tons of first and sec­ ond cutting hay. 6 miles north of Dillon. Phone LIKE TO TRY soft water7 Culllgan , Water Conditioning offers 30 days free trial. Nothing to buy, no strings or obligations. Phone 2641. FOR'SALE: Quality 4-drawer steel let­ ter file with suspension frame draw- STOKERMATIC SLACK AND FINEST COALS M e ra Haat, Lesa Waste Prom p t. . . Courteous Servlcel BEAVERHEAD LUMBER Phene «83-2731 Western, avenging a pair of earlier defeats by the Utahans at Salt Lake City, had an easy time here Friday in an 86r59rout but got a scare from the Barsons in the closing minutes Saturday be­ fore taking a 67-60 nod. Cleanly Played The Friday opener was one of the cleanest contests seen here in years with only 24 fouls called, 10 on the local club and 14 on the visitors. Westminster, after playing point- for-point during the opening ten minutes, faded badly to trail 42-21 at halftime and never threatened thereafter. The balanced Bulldog scoring saw Schmautz get 15, Sullivan and Johns 14 each, Silliker 13 and Sil- berman 10. Chris Segura, a 5-9 phantom guard, swished 16 for the Parsons. The win was Western’s first since November 27 when they trimmed Malmstrom, 80-67, and Coach Max Nield’s Beavers split their weekend brace, losing a con­ ference go to Helena Cathedral 35-29 on Friday before displaying some of their season’s finest ball to edge Salmon 78-70 here Satur­ day in a preliminary to the West­ ern-Westminster game. Cold In Helena A surprising Helena Cathedral ers on ball bearings. One drawer has hang-file system, frost tan color, $79.50. Tribune-Examiner. OVERHEAD garage doors have , been g raven easier opening and more ef- clent. Contact us now and save money on Installations . . . commer­ cial or residential. Also expert re­ pairing of all type doors. Overhead Door Company, Paul Taylor, Route 1, Dillon. FOR SALE. REAL ESTATE 14 FOR SALE : One bedroom modern small house. For couple only. Phone 683- 5611 or 683-2792 after 5:30 p.m. TRANSFERRED: Must sell our beau­ tiful new three bedroom home, full basement, oil heat, attached garage, one and one half bath, natural finish woodwork, wall to wall carpeting. lOO’xlOO’ lot, 2 blocks west of new Junior High School, 210 North Park- view, $21,»». Call 683-5885. FOR SALE, AUTOMOBILES 15 FOR SALE: 1956 Chev. 4-door sedan, stick shift, over $600.00 retail. Re­ condition work on tills unit. Priced at $695. See at Davis Motors, Inc., Dillon, Mont. FOR SALE: 1959 Oldsmobile 98 4-door sedan, one owner, fully equipped and In beautiful condition, Davis Motors, Inc., Dillon, Mont. MISCELLANEOUS 17 SEPTIC TANKS pumped and cleaned, ilng Strasser Plumbli 683-2692. & Heating. Ph. SAND. GRAVEL, DIRT, Local moving, top trees and take out trees. Insured. Phone 5826, Chuck Lumley. PROFESSIONAL NOTICES 19 JAMES E. UPDIKE: Public account­ ant. Dillon Cable TV office, phone 683-2110. snapped a ten-game losing skein. Last M inute Scare Saturday’s contest was a tight tussle for the first. 18 minutes and the final five minutes. A near-perfect performance by Bob Sullivan, who netted all of his 18 points in the first half, paced Western to a 42-34 lead at intermission and the Bulldogs ap­ peared headed for another run­ away as they upped the spread to 60-47 with only five minutes re­ maining in the final stanza. The Parsons, coming off a cold spell in which they managed only three field goals in a six-minute freeze-up, rebounded in the clos­ ing minutes to narrow the gap to 63-60 at the 45-second mark be­ fore Western ran the clock out. Schmautz again took scoring honors for the locals with 21; Sul­ livan followed with 18 and Silber- man potted 14. Gary Bliss, the Parsons’ 6-6 workhorse, was high for the game with 24. M ines Here Tuesday Western opens MCC play here Tuesday night when they host the Montana School of Mines from Butte. The Miners come into this game with an 0-4 mark in non-confer­ ence competition, losing twice to Ricks College and also dropping a pair to the University of Alberta. The Bulldogs, following their weekend wins, will open league play on a 3-11 record. Full 2-Year W a r r a n t y . . . SEE MAYTAG Before You Buy A W a sher or Dryerl Harvey Appliance And Furniture 3 6 N o . I d a h o — 6 8 3 - 5 6 1 1 five stunned the Beavers on Fri­ day and then knocked off the con­ ference co-favorite, Deer Lodge, in another thriller Saturday. Nield summed up the Friday de­ bacle with the observation that “we couldn’t buy a bucket on the inside. Our kids missed at least 30 easy shots.\ The scoresheet bore him out. Of Dillon’s 29 points, guards Ed Ferris and Jim Womack accounted for 25. Cathedral led 17-11 at halftime and received their lone scare early in the final frame when Dillon cut their lead to 25-23 before re-en­ tering the deep freeze. The loss evened the Beavers’ SW B mark at 1-1. Ferris, S t o n e S p a rkle Saturday’s match against Sal­ mon proved a complete turnabout for the Nield five as they surprised the Savages with a red-headed se­ cret weapon named Stone to pull out a high-scoring, beautifully played 78-70 heartstopper at the college gym. Salmon, beaten only once in eight outings prior to their journey here, .displayed flawless basketball as they took a commanding 23-15 quarter lead and remained in front, 45-40, at halftime. The Beavers took their first lead at 62-60 in the closing seconds of the third quarter and the final stanza was a crowd-pleaser all the way with Dillon holding a slim margin throughout. Ed Ferris, driving the baseline with unbelievable perfection, and big Jerry Stone, elevated to the varsity squad only last week, pro­ vided the final quarter fireworks. With Dillon out front by three and two and a half minutes re­ maining, Stone podred home nine straight markers to ice the con­ test Ferris finished with 26, Stone 17 — 16 in the last half—and Jim Wo­ mack also netted 17. Don Wolf, a 5-9 guard, swished 20 for the Savages who were hand­ icapped by the loss of their two scoring stars on fouls throughout the final stages of the game. , Dillon returns to conference play here Friday when they host the Powell County Wardens of Deer Lodge. The Daily Tribune-Examiner ha^ Webster’s collegiate dictionaries as advertised: in Life and Reader’s Digest. See the typewriter stands at Daily Tribune-Examiner. Good for sewing, TV, picnicking and all around small table. Sturdy, folds easily. CARPENTERS UNION NO. 175 Regular Meeting Tuesday Night i 7:30 o’clock American Legion Hall COLLEGE BASKETBALL College Gym TU E S D A Y Starting 8:00 o'clock W.M.C.E. BULLDOGS vs. SCHOOL OF MINES Admission: Adults $1.25, College-Students 75c Grade and High School Students 25c Family reunions are fun. T raveling isn't always easy. Long distance is. Pick up your phone and g o visiting... tonight! L o w night rales appttjd/ day Sunday f .MOUNTAIN STATES TELEPHONE ■Ï ■tffc’vs « N,

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