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. ....... . ■>.^U S e i < l . iauauAi3in.tfKauw.i«ufle,BaM~ : W S $ S t i m ? , \ W m DAILY TRIBUNE-EXAMINER Page 2 Dillon. Montana Friday, December 7,1273 The Daily Tribune - Examiner The Voice ol Soufhwetter* Montane Sine* 1U7 12 S. Montin* SI.. Dillon, Montano 51725 (404) 411-2131 Managing Editor......................Brian A. Marti i aa O K I T A M A I, Advartlolng Manager ................. Shall! Wlloon Published daily except saturfleyi. Sundays and 1 * .c !n ^ V n f ? national holidays by Finelrock Publishing, lnc„ AbbOUANUN I U W. L. Finelrock, President. Subscription rates; St? per year, $7 for six months, $375 for three months; $1.50 for one month Entered as second class matter June,12,1887. at the post office in Oillon, Mont., under the Act ot March 3,1879. Second class postage paid at Oillon. NATIONAL A D V E R T ISIN G R E P R E S E N T A T IV E ; Inland Newspaper Represen talives, inc . J10 N Michigan Ave., Chicago, til 60611. Member; Montana Press Association and the Associated Press. The T E welcomes letters to the editor on any subject or topic ot generaUnterest. All letters must be signed and should be limited to not more than 750 words. The editor reserves the right to edit ail letters for space, good taste and for the pur pose of deleting any personal attacks on individuals or groups. Vital Statistics o f . Southwestern Montana j Twin Bridges Jdttings Mary Whitney • jWhat's Doing? FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7 SoropUmiat Art A Hobby Show, 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., State Bank e Local N^tes Police £ourt Hospitality Room. AtebhoUca J. Samuel - Davis, Beaverhead County . and aon of Dr, and Mn. i. 8 p.m. BIG SKY CINEMA 1 & 2 Call 681-4833 Anytime For Show Information CINEMA 1 JOHN , WAYNE UNTIED S 1 XTES MARSHAL Wad. Dec. S thru Tue>. Dec. 11 7dayt Mon., Tue$„ Wed.. Thun. One Show 7: JO p.m. Frl., Sat., Sun. 2 shows 7 and* CINEMA 2 * SEE IT....B EFOR E CIVILIZATION ■ SWEEPS IT A W A Y .\ Wed.Dec.5thruTuei.Dec.il » 7 days Mon., Tue*., Wed., Thun, i One Show 7:40 Frl., Sat.. Sun. 7:10 and!: 10 CHILDREN'S M A T IN E t Vanishing W ilderness Saturday, Decamber 1 1:30 p.m. • Monday: Ladle>fretwtwd accompanied by paid adult. i Tuesday: Family night, 33.00 per family. ilcbholics Anonymous, REA Building. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8 Soroptimist Art & Hobby Show, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., State Bank Hospitality Room. Gold Nuggets Square Dancing, 8 p.m., Guild Hall. MONDAY, DECEMBER 10 Kiwanis, Noon, Staircasq. y Rotary, 6:30 p.m., State Dining Room. BCHS Board o f Trustees, 8 pan., High School. Candy Stripers, 7 p.m., St. Rose Family Center. of Dillon, is ,one o f .50 young Mon- nominated D e c . 4 by i Happy Birthday December 8: Hazel McGrath Spence Stoddard George Marinkovich Norm Peterson Cheryl Bunveil December 9: 1' Myrna Jensen FaulChism Ronnie R. Harrison Jewel Carrigan Robert Edgar Guy Terrill Clyde Webster December 10: Jim'Flynh Steve N. Hansen Jean Feldt Mildred Wood Larry Miller Keith Stone senior at School i Davis tanans nominal Senator Mike Mansfield to com­ pete for appointments to United States sendee academies to enter classes in June, 1974. TheDiUonhojoqr student is one of 10 young n»en competing for the Senator’s appointment to the Military Academy at West Point. The Senator has three ap­ pointment vacancies at the1 Air F o r c e A cadem y in Colorado Springs, and two to the Merchant Marine Academy in Kings Point. Harold Grogan, owner of Grogan’s Groom er in Dillon, returned recently from a two-day workshop in Helena where a new line of synthetic hair pieces and wigs for men were introduced. A “ Roffler Industry Stylist,\ Grogan took the training in fitting, styling and care o f the new line of hair pieces, which he said are easier to care for than real hair. He announced that he will have .hair pieces and wigs in that 'line available at his shop. • Hospital Notes BARRETT HOSPITAL Adm itted: Sidney- LeDesky, Emma Gullicksoo, Dillon. Dism issed: William M oore, Dillon. The Daily TV Schedule :luJfi*tSlh4iItiijri»els 2,4, $ A 6 Also Non-cable Mtssovl* 13 Friday December 5:00 PM 2, 4 , 6 & 13- News 5— Dragnet 5:30 PM 2, 4 . 5. 6 & 13— News 4:00 PM 2 8 . 5— News 4— Hee Haw 6 — Truth or Consequences 13- NBC Follies ’ 12:10 PM 13— Lassie's Rescue Rangers 1:00 PM 13— Goober 1:10PM 2 & 13— Pro Foot bull PreGame 2:00 PM 2 4 13— Pro Foqtball (Kansas Chiefs vs. Oakland Raider!) 57 - Famous Classic Talas, 2:10 PM 4 s- Bailey's Comets 6 — TBA City Christmas Tree Sale Fairgrounds \S” C lub and K e y C lub Spruce - .75c — Long Needle Pine • 91.25 Delivery in the city 50c MondaythruFrlday5p.m.- 8 p.m. Saturday 10a.m', • i 2 rootl 3 p.m.- 5 n.m. ■Sundaytlp.m.-ip.m. 7 10:00AM 4— Consultation 5— Fact to Face 6— Oral Roberts 11— H. R. Putmtuf 10:10 AM 2 & 13— Meat tha Frees 4 4 5— Pro Football Pre-Geme 657 Blackwell's People 11:00 AM 2-- Movie (To Catch a Thief) 48 .5— Pro Football (St. Louis Cardinals vs. Atlanta Falcons) 6 — News 4 Notebook 13— Assembly of God 13c 10 AM 6 — issues and Answers UL/I 4:10 PAV 2— Girl With Something Extra 5~ New'Treasure rfl/rif 5 *■\ 6 — To T«U the Truth 7:00 PM 2— Sanford and Son 4 & 5— The Homecoming — A Christmas Story 6 & 13— Brady Bunch 7:30 PM 2 - Brian Keith 6 — Movie (The Love War) 13— Odd Couple •:00 PM 2— AAovle (The Comic) 13— Room 222 4:30PM 13— Adam's Rib 9:00 PM 4 & 5— Mannlx 6 — Love, American Style 13— Sanford and Son 9:30 PM 13— Girl With Something Extra 10:00 PM 2, 4, 5 L 13— News 6 — Mod Squad 10:30 PM 2 8 . 13— johnny Carson 4— Movie (Around the World Under the Sea) 10:40 PM 5— Movie (Man's Favorite Sport?) 11:00PM 6 — News 11:30PM 6 — Movie (Weird Woman) Midnight 2 & 13— Midnight Special 12:4S AM Movie (Mr. Sardonlcus) 1:30 AM 2— Yesterday i s Prescriptions Gifts - Cosmetics Hussell Stover Candy Mitchell Drug Saturday December 8 5:10 AM S— Sunrise Semester 4:00 AM 2— Lldsvllle 5— Fllntatonas 6 — Bugs Bunny 4:10 AM 2— Inch High Private Eye 5— Bailey's Comets 6 — Yogi's Gang 7:00 AM 2 8 . 13— Addams Family 4 8 . 5— Movie (Guess Who's Knott Coming to Dinner) 6 — Super Frlendi 7:10 AM 2 8 . 13— Emergency Plus 4 0:00AM 2 & 13— Butch Cassidy 4 8 , 5— My Favorite Martlane 6 — Lassie's Rescue Ranger! ' 0:50 AM 2 & 13— Star Trek 4 8. s— jeannla 6 — Goober OtOOAM 2 & 13— Sigmund end tha See Monster* 4 8 . 5— spaed Buggy 0— Brady Ktdt OtSOAM 2 A 13— Pink Panthar 4 4 5— Joel* and tha Pussycats 6 — Mission: Maglcl 10:00 AM 2 4 13— Jet sons 4 4 5— What'i the EnergyCrlile All About? 6 — Movie (Nanny and tha Professor) 10:10 AM 2 4 II— Go 4 4 »— Fat Albert and the Colby Kldo 11:00 AM 2— Children's Special 4— Fllntstones 5— Pro Pootball Pre-Gem* 0 4 13— American Bandstand 111 IS AM 5— Pro Football (Minnesota viklngi vs. Orson Bey Packers) , . HIM AM - A 2— Inquiring Editor 4 4 4— Collage Football 12— Super Friends ■ ,* - NOofl 2— Movie (Angel and tha BadmOn) •. - • l ; 1:00 PM , . . 4 b. 6— Wide- World or Sport! ' ' * SV NFL GameoiRMiWd* •:.! 1:30 PM 5— Garner Ted Armstrong 4:00 PM 5— Lassie 4:10 PM 4'A 5— CBS News 6 ^- Reasoner Report 5:00 PM 2— NBC News 4— Bernaby Jones 5— Hee Hew 6r~ Adam's Rib 13- This Week In Pro Football 5:10 PM 2p Diana 6 — Odd Couple 4:00 PM 2— Department S 4.4 6 — Lawrence Walk St- Rudolph. The Red-NoOed Reindeer 13— Emergency! 7:00 PM 2— Emergency! 4 4 5— Mary Tyler Moore 6 4 13— Partridge Family 7:30 PM 4 4 5— Bob Newhart 6 4 13— Movie (Maneater) > 0:00 PM 2— Movie (How to Commit Marriage) 4 4 5— Carol-Burnett , 4:00 PM 4>A 5 - KOlik 1 4 4 13— Griff 10:0O PM 155-7 News Blackwell's People 13— Nashville Music 10:10 PM 3 4 13— Dean Martin 4— Hawkins 4— News 10:40 PM 5— Barnaby Jones , 10:45 PM 4— ABC News 11:00PM 4— In Concert « 11:10PM 2— Burt Reynolds 13— Don Klrshner's Rock Concert 11:40 PM 5— Movie (A Matter of innocence) ; Mldnljftf. .C 4- Let's Talk To . 1:00AM - Movie (Garden of Eyll). • ABC News , . • vs, 6-7- Movie (Sandokan Fights Back) 13— Movie (Something for a Lonely Man) 1:00 PM 2— world Peace and the Middle East 2:00 PM 2 4 13— Pro Football (Denver Bronco* vs. San Diego Chargers) 4 4 5— Pro Football (Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys) 64- Bill Daily's Hoeo* Pocod Gang * 1:0* PM 64- Movie I Baby,, (be R#(p.£ftust Faff!, » .5:00 PM 2— Utah Basketball Highlights 4— Lassie 5— Dusty's Trail 6 — Thrlllseekers 11— Untamed World 5:10 PM 2— America 4— All In the Family 5— Oult's Girls 6 r - Room 222 11— Life Around Us 7:10 AM 5— Match Gam* (:00 AM 4 — Today In Montana 5— Joker's wild •:MAM 4 4 5— 510,000 Pyramid (:41AM 6 — News i:S5AM 6 — There's a Doctor In the House 0:00 AM 2 4 13— Dinah Shore 4— Gambit 5— Romper Room 6 — Andy Griffith 0:10 AM 2 4 13— Hollywood Squares 4 4 6 — Brady Bunch 5 - Love of Llfa 0:15 AM 5— CBS NOWS 10:00 AM 2— Jeopardy 4 4 5— Young and the Restltsa 6 4 13- Password 10:10 AM 2 — Who, What or Where 4 4 5— Search For Tomorrow * * Amt • 2 - NBC News Vi :00 AM 2 4 13— Baffle 4 4 6 — All My Chlldrbn 5 - Midday 11:10 AM 2 4 13— Three on a Match 4 4 5— As tha World Turns 6 — Let's Make a Deal 4:00 PM 4— ERA — A Montana Dilemma 5— Perry Mason 6 — Rookies 13— Brian Keith 6:30 PM 2 4 13— Wild Kingdom 7:00 PM 2 4 13— Little Drummer Boy 4 4 6 - FBI ■5t- Sonny end Cher 7:10 PM 2 4 13— Bing Crosby 0:00 PM 4 4 6 — Movie (The Brotherhood) 5 - All In the Family 0:10 PM 2 4 13— Bob Hop# 5 - MASH 0:00 PM 5— Bonania 9:10 PM 2 - Evil Touch 13— Bobby Goldsboro WiOO PM 2. 5 4 6 — News 4 - Dlgk Van Dykt 11— Movlt (From Hall to Taxes) 10: IS PM 6 - ABC Nows- ’ I V Taka 1 10:10 PM 4 £- ModldOl Canter Mov|a (Crooks Anonymous) Meat tha Ford Team ELLIOTT FORD SALES Phone 683-2347 Sellen\ Belton: 60018515 •' ' \Fair Deal\ Frad: (83 5545 \Happy\ Hank: 401.8570', ' - 1 ...... . — -—ws— - - - ' . .. i Sundqy Decern ber' 9 1:00 AM 3— Sclanc* In Agriculture 4— Hair Boar Bunch 5— Lamp Unto My Peat 0— Faith for'Todoy •' 7:10 AM 8 — Amailng Chan 5— Marshall Efron'i Sunday School 5— Bullwlnklt 0:00 AM 2— Thla li tha Answer 8 — Spring Stroet, USA J 4 13— Rtx Humbard 6 — Kid Power CM AM . 2r- Sacred Heart' 87 - Day of Discovery 4— Osmonde, 1:85 AM 2 — From the Cathedral f :00AM 2— Blbft Answers 8 — I Believe in Mlraclos 5— Day of piocovory •’ , 4 - H. R. PUfhotlif , 13— Moot a Frlond CM A M l*- Safari to Advonturo ’ . , t r - Fact tho Nation'. • . % & r Mormon Tabornaelo Choir 4,4 13— Mako a Wish 10:80 PM S - BYU Basket ball Highlight* 11:00 PM 2— Movlt (You'ro s Big Boy Now) . IllltPM S— CBS News 1HMPM J— Face the Nation , HiMPM 4— CBS Newt I 11:55 PM Sr- Movie (Run a Crooked Mile) \ Midnight, 0 - Golf 13— ABC News 2— Days of Our Lives 8 4 6 — Newlywsd Gams 5 - Guiding Light 13— Of Cabbages end Kings 12:MPM 2 4 13— Doctors 8 4 5— Edge of Night 4 - Girt In My Llfs 1:00 PM 2— Another World 8 4 5 - Price It Right 4 4 13— General Hospital 1:MPM 2— Return to Peyton Place 8 — Match Gam* 5— Secret Storm 6 4 13- On* Lit* to Uvt 1:00 PM 2 4 13— Somerset 8 — Secret Storm 5— Movie (The Lady, with a Lamp) 6 — Love, American Style CMPM 2— Wizard of Odds 8 4 4— Mike Dougltl 13- Another world 1:00 PM 2— Merv Griffin 11— Return to Peyton'Place CMPM 11— Day* of Our Lives 1:55 PM 5 - Spotlight Five 8 :MPM 2— I Dreem of Jssnnia 8 - Joker's Wild 5 — Bonania 4 - Beverly Hillbillies 13— Jeopardy 8:MPM 2— Hogan's Heroes 8 — Let's Make a Deal : 4 - Andy Griffith , 13— Wizard of Odds 5:00 PM 2, 8 . 4 4 13— Newt 5— Dragnet CMPM 2. 8 , 5, 4 4 13- Newt 8:04 PM 2 4 5— News 8 — Dr. Seuts Cartoon 4 - Truth or Conoaquanctt 13— Streets of San Prancltco 8 :MPM 2— Lots* Luck ■ .V 8 - Frosty the Snowman 5 - Let'* Make a Deal 4 - To Tall tha Truth 7:00 PM 2 4 13— Movie (Kay Watt) 8 4 4— Pro Football (New York Giants vs. Lot Angeles Rams I 3— Dr. Seuss Cartoon 7:10 PM 5— Frosty the Snowman CSSPM S— Medical Center l CMPM 2— Bold One* s — Perry Como 13- Lotos Luck CMPM 13- Dtena l Monday December 10 IS P er Cent OFF All Candles and Accessories THE HOMESTEAD HOUSE Phone 603-S811 CMAM 5— Sunrlit Semester „■ OtOOAM ■ s - CBS NOWS 4it0 AM ‘■4— Viewer'* Digest OHS AM 2— Making of Music . 4:15 AM Farm Report 4:85AM Now* ■■4- Hotel Balderdash ■t 7:00AM Kangaroo i t 1 . 1 3 -Today r8 4 S— captain ICO. 3. 8 , S 4 11- NfWt 6— Mod Squad • lltjiPM 2 4 is— Johnny Carton 4 - Movlt ( two Wows In Anothor Town) HiMPM 5— Movlo (The Troltoro) HiOijPM iiiigpM' 4- Movlo (corry on) Nurse) MMMght v 2— Tomorrow *» • L. : Dec’. 6, Justice of the Peace'' Walter Delaney presiding: Jim Lohnes, public intoxication, $15 fide; Rick 'Mfrabella, dog a t large, 920 bond; Clarence King, public' intoxication, 915; Mrs. David Mathson, dog at large, 920 fine; Tony Knapp, speeding, 920 fine, failure to appear $5 fine; Edward W. Barry, speeding, 920 fine; Terri McCoy Petersen, speeding, 920 bond; Wayne Dwitt Vert, speeding, 920 bond. *• Police Beat ' Dillon officers were called to search for two runaway boys (returned to their parents) and investigate two accidents Thurs­ day. Five drivers were cited for speeding and one for running a stop sign. One man was arrested for public intoxication. • Ambulance Calls The Beaverhead ambulance was used twice Thursday. The first trip was made to Warm Springs to mo^e a patient from the city jail. Driver and attendants on the trip were Ed and Mike Swetish. Two police officers, Don Burwell and Dan Goyette, doubled as ambulance attendants when a man was injured in a fall in front o f the Lobby Bhr about mtdnight Thursday. They took the man to Barrett Hospital for treatment and observation. • Accidents Judith M arie Pauli, 20, of Sheridan, driving a 1973 Maverick two-door, was making a, turn on Thomsen Avenue Thursday af­ ternoon and skidded in loose gravel. She lost control of the car which wait into a ditch. She was not injured and the car was not damaged according to the in­ vestigating officer, Don Burwell. A morning accident involved two vehicles. No dam a g es were reported by either driver and no injuries. Francie A. Smith, 20, of Dillon was traveling north on Wyoming at Glendale in a 1967 Chevrolet half­ ton pickup a s Robert D. Rhea, 30, also of Dillon, was traveling east on Glendale in a 1969 Dodge station wagon. The two vehicles collided near the center of the intersection and came to rest on the side of the street. The investigating officer was Chief Johu Jftebigh,, • Club Notes The Veterans of Foreign Wars will be hosting the weekly card party Saturday evening, with play beginning at the Legion Hall at 7:30. Jewel Carrigan took the ladies high at the recent party with May Johnson the women’s low. Men’s high went to Herb Sturm and Albert Streb was low. Carol Martin received the traveling prize and Lyda Nelson took home the door prize. The Dillon Shakespeare Club will meet Saturday afternoon at the home of Ruth Puyear with Joe Ryburn as guest leader for the study of King Lear. The R iverside Social Club Christmas party is set for Dec. 12 at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Loren Eberline. • Youth Reports Rainbow for Girls At the recent meeting of the Dillon Rainbow for Girls, Lisa Hamilton termed the Rainbow Formal a success and said com­ pliments were due the decorations, band and refreshments. All the orders for the cookbooks , are to be in at the next meeting. The Eastern Stars and mothers volunteered to help represen- . tatives sell ads. - The Father-Daughter banquet will be held Dec. 12 at the Masonic Hall and all Rainbow girls are invited to attend. Initiation wifi take place at that time with rehearsals Saturday and Monday. Four girls served at a . Masonic dinner and four others cleaned up. . Other plans for December in­ clude a Drive for Doctors for Dillon Monday night and a Christmas i slumber party. Cody Larson and Perry Rankin . were elected to receive the degrees and a petition from Mary Ann Nicholas was read. 500. CLUB— 1 f . Irenp Comforth was hostess for' the 500 Club in her home 'Wed­ nesday afternoon. A no-host lun­ cheon was served And the af­ ternoon was spent playing .cards with honors going to Norma Reid, Hazel Turner and Mae Edwards: Other m em b ers present were Losee Hillier, Opal Oox, B o s e Jackson, Alta Pitcher, Ethel Vantertuin, Val Telin, Delda Pfrimmer and Sadie Clark and Henrietta Donegan was a guest. PIONEERS— Don High presided at the meeting o f the Madison County Pioneers that was held in the City Library Monday evening. They planned their Christmas party for December 17. Details to be decided later. SEWING CLUB— The Sewing Club met at the Blue Anchor Friday afternoon for a no­ host luncheon. Irene Comforth called the meeting to order. The club voted in a new member, Lola Spracklin. They decided ta meet at the Blue Anchor. Dec. 14 for a Christmas paryt. They will have a luncheon and exchange of gifts. CARD P A R T Y WINNERS T O L D - Honors for the fourth in the series o f card parties sponsored by the Rainbow girls in the Masonic Hall during the month of November went to , Ida J ladies high and Marie Mqtfegr- ladies low; Nick Nelson-mens high and Don High- mens low in Pinochle with the traveling prize going to May Lunger. In 506, the prizes went to Ruth Nelson-ladies high and Wilma Bennetta-ladfos low; Kurt Steiner-mens high and Bill McMillin-mens low with the traveling prize going to Petra Dodd. Ida Nelson received the cake which she donated back to the girls to be auctioned off (a tneyhighest bidder and Doris Li^jfe|ivas the, recipient. v itiTi . il Series winners were for pinochle- ladies high-Hattie Davis and iow- May Lunger; mens high-John Hopper and low-Nase Kennedy. In 500, Norma Reid Was high for the ladies and Wilma Bennets iow with the mens high going to Kurt Steiner. : and Mrs, Dglh d a r k and Chari 1 Whltefish; U d Mr. and Mro„D Hill abjd DdlglaS and Donna, I tad Mrs. «Bruce Burke, Mike ,r d a r k and Charlee, id M r. and Mrs,.Dale laS ahd Dqnna, Mr. Iruce Burke, M Rentmeister, Joey Rodrigues and Mr. and Mrs. Charles JWiltney and Mike, i , . uThtaksgivtag. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sullivan and Kinriell were Mr. and Mrs. George Hungerford of Sheridan and Mr. and Mrs. Bill McMillin and Jon Johnson. Jane and Kinnell Sullivan ac­ companied Ruth Hungerford and Wilma Bennetts of Sheridan t o . Ennis Saturday where they at­ tended the wedding of Judy Carlson and Dwaine Roedel. May Lunger went to Bridger last Sunday where she was a guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilkerson and family until Tuesday. The Wilkerson’s son, AIC Eddy Wilkerson, had been spending his furlough at home after finishing basic training at: Jjacklpnd AFB in Texas. He had q l s q . completed five weeks of technical . Security P o lice Technical School at Lackland. The family celebrated Thanksgiving early as Eddy had to leave Wed., for Pease AFB, New Hampshire, where he expects to be stationed for a year. Clara Osborne of Sheridan and iarqt Sprague and Pete Basolo enjoyed Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Basolo. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Clark and daughter o f Whitefish are guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Whitney and family. -Mir. and Mrs. Laurence Giem were hosts at Thanksgiving dinner for her mother, Mrs. Agnes Couch of Butte and, Mr. and Mrs. James Giem and Dale, May Lunger, Edith Bowen, F r a n k s Dober and Mr. and Mrs. LonwlGiem all of Twin Bridges. \> Friday, tiKE &id Mrs. James 'Sullivan of Butte and Sally Clouse, of M issoula visited with the Laurence and James Giem families. Mrs; Couch returned to Butte with them. ' Mr. and Mrs. John Donegan accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kaatz and daughters, Peggy and Lori of Sheridan to Butte for Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. George Berg. 1 > Guests last weekend of the John Donegans, were their son, Jack Mr. and Mrs. Delbert High and > fam ily ' o f B o z em a n ' ' cam e Thanksgiving and took his mother, Mrs. Esther-High and his brother, Dori out for dinner at the Wagon 'and John White and Don Sullivan of Wheel* Cafe. ’ Missoula. They were Saturday • Monty High and Lynn Pumper of ' dinner guests and remained overnight enjoying a hunting trip before returning home. - ' Thanksgiving dinner guekts of, •Mr. aud. Mrs. John Broksle andJ ______ ________________________________ iftHyiandf rfliw (M rmHh*yi«M O<^^hei«M rtand( Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. their daughter, Sherrie Mullins.’’ Balkovetz and children spent Friday, the Broksles were over-? Thanksgiving week with her night visitors in Missoula and; Bozeman spent the Weekend with Monty’s grandmother, Mrs. Esther High and other relatives. Thanksgiving, -the- boys eni brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Simperman and son at Mercer Island, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Morris and Vivian Sullender went to Joliet for ' Thanksgiving > with the ladies’ brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Jensen and family. Before returning home, they also visited with their niece and'her fam ily, Mr. -and. Mrs: -Boh Brashears and children at Billings. Enjoying a family dinner in the Whitney home Thanksgiving were Elmer Maciroski,’ Sheridan; Mr. C o lle g e M o t o r Sales, Inc. Home Of Buick - Pontiac - GMC Trucks - Bell Coaches - Campers - Quality Used Cars Q u a l it y $4rvide Warranty You Can Bank Qn ■ A If- lAtf-y#' Prices You Can Afford 1001 S. Atlantic Phone 683-2322,1 attended the bull sale there • Saturday. Hilda Murphey spentt Thanksgiving with Martha Wudel.- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bridges,; Mr> and Mrs. Allen Dean and Alta . Pitcher were guests o f Mrs. Lillian- Shular at Whitehall on' Thanksgiving.. Helen. Miller of' '^Whitehall was also a guest. Mr. and Mrs. John Kozak were Thanksgiving guests of their son- and daughter‘■in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kozak and fam ily at, Bozeman. They remained over­ night, returning home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dawson and daughters, Chris and Tracy of Great Falls, Hugh Mosier of Whitehall and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Marshall were Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Myrtle Dawson at Whitehall. « Mrs. Dawson and the Tom Marshalls were dinner guests of, Jim Marshall and Mildred Mc- Court Sunday. Sr Why don’t you get a . reliable car from Arctic Motors, Mr. Jones? 1 .'* . ^*5 1 .• ■ ' >...r ; , ,« 124Q Harrteon Ave. * '• * ■ Bulte/Montaha Southern Baptist Chapel ; Invites you to attend regular services of . THE BEAVERHEAD BAPTIST CHAPEL :-t at the American’Legion Hall in Dillon Sunday-School 10:00 a.m. ; •» Morning Worship 1 1 : 0 0 a.m,. James W. Gibson, Pastor 683-4851 ' ^ i / A F h L I A T E D W J j H ■THE SOUTHERN BAPTIST CON VENXION a t W n x ... i. Ok HARDWARE S144U MUON, MONJI

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