The Dillon Daily Tribune (Dillon, Mont.) 1941-1962, May 06, 1947, Image 4

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PACHE FOU$ n m DILLÒN DAILY TRIBUNE V TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1947. \ix ; Regular Meeting of BEAVERHEAD POST N O . 20, A M E R IC A N L E G IO N 8 p. m. Thursday, M a y 8 at - M A R G O 'S Important business, including nominations of Officers. Transportation from Andrus» Hotel lobby. N E W SH IPM E N T Print Linoleum and FELT BASE R U G S 6‘— Print 1.59 Running Yard 9‘— Print 2.29 Running Yard 12'— Print 4.05 Running Yard A R M S T R O N G Q U A K E R R U G S — In Sizes 6' x 9' — 9' x 10'6\ — 9' x 12' — 12' x 12' — 12' x 15’ B O N N Y M A D E FIRST G R A D E Q U A L ITY LIN O L E U M R U G S Size 9 x 12. Choice Patterns SP E C IA L AT _ _________ _ _____ _ _____ --------- 9 . 4 9 W I N N ’ S B O N D ’S L E A D IN G IN T E A M T O U R N E Y Bond’s keglers standi at the »top p i the first round of the city team tournament rolled off Mon­ day night. They scored 2708. In second ’ place thus far Is Goa- man’s Druggists with a total of 2684. Teams Bet to bowl tonight are bent on knocking those scores over. - WARNER’S Dleterle 127 177 146 Kurtz . ......... 164 152 131 Peterson ........ i50 151 136 D. Nelson ........ 123 132 118 i W right ............. 148 153 .152 | Handicap .... I l l 111 111 \ 450 447 437 373 453 333 Vandegrift .... 167 175 173 515 Handicap .... 69 69. 69 7207 Totals .......... 802 833 904 2539 go B màn ’ b Bdger .............. 150 1§8 308 Squires’ ..... . 166 123 177 466 Bell .— T... ... 153 147 151 451 M u rray ......... 170 243 180 593 V^JJchmittroth 145 190 172 507 Dummy . .......... . 146 146 Handicap .... 71 71 71 218 2684 Totals . ........ 823 876 794 EX-SHERIFFS Renz . ............... 177 186 192 Dummy ........... 135 135 135 Buckingham .. 184 180 187 Stahl* . ......... T... 183 133 132 L. Schmittroth 129 134 166 Handicap .... 89 89 89 Totals ....... 897 857 901 BOND’S Harrison ....... 191 189 169 Sorenson ........ 142 148 182 Conger . ...... 195 166 180 Higntght ....... 152 167 170 |T.. Tash ....... 168 144 198 2493 555 405 551 448 429 267 Handicap 49 49 49 2655 549 472 541 489 510 147 Totals ... ...... 897 863 948 2708 EAGLES L. Schuler . ..... 183 138 152 473 Wagner .... ..... 146 124 135 405 Deputy .... ..... 124 142 198 464 Bond ....... . .... 113 185 177 475 D I L L O N B e a v e r h e a d W i l l y s M o t o r s * 0 Authorized Sales and Service — Formerly Connie's Auto Repair Shop Is. now serving the Dillon Territory with Willys Overland Products. Former Patrons of Connie's are assured the same courteous and effic­ ient treatment as always. GILBERT C. HELLAND, Mgr. 123 East Center Street, Phone 37Ó-R. Dillon, M o n tana f Totals . ......... 851 924 909 EU E L ’S H ier . ............... 170 148 157 Miller ......... .... 125 158 158 Murfin ...... . 143 145 185- Paddock ....... . 183 178 139 Graham ....r.,.,. 170 172 165 Handicap .... 87 87 ,87 Totals 878 888 891 VIGILANTES Bobinac . ......... 150 137 113 Madsen ......... 174 168 145 Burt ... ............ 101 102 83 Jensen 141 160 153 Reed! ....... ........ 154 208 136 Handicap .... 116 116 116 Totals . .......... 836 891 746 PADDOCK & TYRO Tait . ............... 175 139 176 McMannis ....... 170 169 135 Nelson ............ 144.114 131 Ferris . ........... 143 134 131 J. Schuler . ..... 137 166 136 Handicap .... 113 113 113 Totals ........... 882 835 822 EDISON K ENT RITES Last rites for Edison Kent, former Dillon resident who suc­ cumbed a t his home in Philips- burg Sunday, will be conducted' a t Philipsburg tomorrow after­ noon a t 2 o’clock. The deceased had served for several terms as county attorney of G ranite Coun­ ty. He was a veteran of World War H, and the son of John K ent of this city. H O M E C L U B S P IC K - O F F IC E R S A T S P R IN G C Q N p L A Y E (Continued from- P age One) , lOss Marjorie . Downs, 0 assistant state Home Demonstration 'lead­ er, discussed “Broader Horizons in Home Economics Extension Work.’’ HARTWIG T O N IG H T A N D W E D N E S D A Y Double Feature WOODCRAFT MEET Neighbors of Woodcraft will hold their regular m eeting Wed­ nesday evening a t 8 o’clock a t the I O. O. F. hall. ¡Following the meeting a misèellaneous shower w ill be held fo r the Wood­ craft home a t Riverside, Calif. Juveniles will meet a t 6:30 for luncheon and installation of of­ ficers. We areproud r During the to be representatives for products of Willys-Overland Motors, ing the war, when Willys-Oyerland was making more than 300,000 military \Jeeps owners learned how much dependability and stamina had been built into Willys-Overland products. These cars and trucks have established new records for long life and operating economy. In the future, look to Willys-Overland for the same reliability in prod* ucts that pioneer the way in advanced engineering and styling. We invite you to use our modern service facilities, and pledge yon courteous treatment and top-quality work. See the Universal J e e p now ea Display Come In now to see the versatile Universal \Jeep.” It has the power- heart of the military \Jeep”—the Willys-Overland - Jeep” E ngine- plus selective ^4-wheel drive and extra features to fit It for fl thonsand uses. Let us explain the many ways you can use a \Jeep” in business on the farm and in industry. USED AS A ° \ y fype o t USD I f s SELECTIVE SERVICE O F F ICE C L O S I N G , Government trucks arrived last night to pick up files of the local Selective Service of­ fice and transport them to Hel­ ena where all aboard office files will be placed in storage. The local Selective Service office will be closed Friday night, ending another chapter in warfare administration. ' € ' ’ tp * or farm Urn* . . •‘WpnNmt. u w i f . , * ? * * * m m W I L L Y S - O V E R L A N D C A R S * T R U C K S • U N I V E R S A L EQYPT THREATENS TO LEAVE U. N. N E W Y O R K — Egypt threat- ened a formal walkout from the Unitefl Nations today unless the general assembly agrees to hear arguments of the commit­ tee for Palestine as well as the Jewish agency. SUBSCRIBE TO THE TRIBUNE . & à à otV0 w a te t A * e te tn ü v \ ! oli*»»* aw d o 1 :thet ld60rV Lt\vt>eaC0* d. au° Are you adding a summer \kitchen to your house? Ridiculous 1—you say. But not— we add—«my more old-fashioned than a modern home without hc^ waterl Especially when the new Hotpoint Automatic Electric Water Hester costs but a few cents a day to use. See it to­ day and get your free copy of Hotpolnt’s new booklet^ \Rec­ ipes lor Hoi Water.\ Automatic Electric Water Heaters DEPENDABILITY. ASSURED BY 40 YEARS EXPERIENCE B r a d l e y E l e c t r i c N O T I C E The Dillon Elks drum an d bugle corps is reorganizing. W e are looking far hew talent. If you are 21, or over and are interested, even though y o u , a r e . not, a fnuacian, but would like to p lay a bugle or drum, ge t in touch with H A R R Y T A S H - or D U S T Y M ILLE R , director and drum m ajor, before our first practice which will be held in the« .. . . . : ^ * * fk. 4 £ f i. ^ ? I * CITY HALL, M A Y ?, af 7:30 P. M. . . . - ^ I t i - ' f, f l* é ^ h - V i. * 1

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