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l ñ > r l r y a ***** «*>* 0 « ^ HISTO R ICAL SOCIETY OF M ONTANA HELENA BASKETBALL THIS TO INSTITUTE REV. ANDREWS THIS EVENING I V Rev. E. AV. Andrews The Rt. Rev. CV.aiidler W. Ster ling, Bishop Coadjutor of Montana, will fornytiily institute the Rev. E. W. Andrews as rector St. James’ Episcopal church in services at the church this evening at 8 p. m. Evensong will open the service, with the Revfc James Holt of Butte as officiant, the Rev. Thomas Sar gent Of Anaconda as, psalmist, and the' Rev. • 'John Hay of Virginia City as lectioner.. Bishop Sterling will deliver the sermon. High point of the symbolism in a service of institution is the de livery of the' keys of the church to the new rector. This will be done by the senior warden of St. James’ Church, Cornelius Hovren. . A reception Will follow the ser vice, at which guests will be given an opportunity, to meet the Bishop and other clergy. Refreshments will be served. Two “firsts” wall be marked in ‘this. service. It will be Bishop .Sterling’s first service of institu tion since his Consecration as Bishop on Oct. 30. I t will also be the Bishop’s first service in St. Janies’ Church.- Bishop Sterling, was elected as Bishop Coadjutor to assist the Rt. Rev. Henry H. Daniels, Bishop of Montana, and to- succeed him after his retirement next ’February. The new Bishop is a native of Illinois and . served churches in Wisconsin, Illinois and Nebraska before his election. Largest Paid Circulation of Any Newspaper in Beaverhead County VOLUME NO, 76 DILLON, MONTANA, DAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1956 No. 77 MONTANA POWER TAXES AMOUNT TO $11.500,000 Two checks totaling $17,471 have' been delivered by the Mon tana Power Company - to Beaver head county treasurer Martha Greene in payment of the firm’s first-half property tax bill for 1956, J. Ei Corette, president and gen- ,er&i manager of the company, said the utility’s 1956 property tax bill in Montana is $3,326,137, which would be sufficient to educate 10,- 079 Montana elementary and sec ondary school children for one year at $330 per pupil. He pointed out, however, that the property tax payments are . used for many purposes, including government operation and high ways, besides education. The 1956 property tax bill is '$201,316 more than the $3,124,821 paid in 1955. . Altogether, • Montana Power’s 1956 tax-bill,. cqu.nting\|ederal. as sessments, Will be about $11,500.- 000 . ' R. E. Crangle, head of the tax department, -said the utility is pro testing $439,681 of its 1956 prop erty, tax bill in the state. He said most of the protested amount re sults from the assessment made by the State Board of Equalization | of intercounty electric’ and natural gas lines which the company claims to he excessive and dis criminatory. ................ Beaverhead Ladies Club will meet Tuesday at a 1 o’clock din ner at thé home of Mrs. Fred Johnson, 138 West Morse. Mrs Holger Carlson will be cohostess. HOSPITAL NOTES Barrett Hospital Births: Mr. and, Mrs. Harold Hayes, girl, Nov. 28, Polaris; Mr. and Mrs. John Griffiths, boy, Nov. 28, Dillon. Admitted: Mrs. ¡Myrtle Balko- vetz, Twin.Bridges; Ralph Boone, Dillon. Dismissed: Bill Flynn, Jackson; Louis Piazzola, Grant; Lloyd Mc Cabe, Glen. Butte St. James Admitted: William Flynn, Jack- son; Loren Giem, Twin Bridges, Dismissed: Roscoe H. Dillet, Twin Bridges; Mrs. Fred Me- Cleery, - Melrose. RICK'S GIANT TOO MUCH FOR WMCE - The Western Bulldogs opened their 1956-57 basketball season Wednesday night in Rexburg, Ida ho, losing to their old nemesis, the Ricks College Vikings 76-69. George Jensen, the big 6-8 Vik ing center, proved too much for the Bulldogs, as he scored 32 points, and forced Dick Pitman and Gary Cooper, two key Bull dogs, to foul out early in the sec ond half. Pitman scored 16 points for Western before leaving the game, but Ray Scott led the Bulldog scoring with 18 points.. Bob McLeod, playing again a fter1 his knee operation, gathered 10 points, and Bob Nield, the Ricks j transter, scored . 9 points against his former mates. In a preliminary game the Western Freshmen defeated the Ricks junior varsity, 68-61. . ...The. two teams, meet , again at Ricks tonight, following which the Bulldogs return to Dillon to meet the Carroll Saints in the Western- gym Saturday night. Wednesday—High 46, Low 13. Today—Low 15. . Prediction—Fair arid about iftie same. ■ - ■ Diaries at Tribune. -CMC—Chic. ris the word for ithis unique chignon band ■and: chopsticks ensemble -fashioned of fur-like fabric O/f Dyriei and Orion by In teresting Designs, Inc. The furry circlet, first chignon •' band of its kind, is designed to accent smart chignon- hair styles, with an added touch of glamor lent by the two puff-like chopstick pins. BEAVERS PLAY ST. IGNATIUS AND SUGAR CITY By Boone Sparrow The Beavers' will play two games in the high school gym this weekend, according to coach Pat Curran. One will be against St. Ignatius Friday night at 9 o’clock, while the other will be with Sugar City, Ida., Saturday night at 7. He also stated that the games should be good, as St. Ignatius was state “B” class champion last year and Sugar City is one of the strongest teams in eastern Idaho. The Beavers will be led this year by Ed Zink, who was unani mously chosen by the basketball players for the job. Besides Ed, the starting line-mp for the two games will consist of Jack Gib bons, Tom Mitchell, Russell Mun- day and Bob Wallace. The remain der of the “A\ squad, Steve An drews, Rodney Bluechel, Dallas Jones, Gerald Jones, Jim Megquier, Mick Nettik and Dale Zink, will constitute the reserves. Coach Curran believes that to date the squad members have shown themselves of approximate ly equal playing ability so that a first selection to the starting line up of the “A” squad will not as sure any player of a permanent berth there. He also said the Beavers are starting their season with a good attitude and high morale. All of the players have shown a great deal of desire to play basketball. Due to the fact that a new system is being, instituted this year, early games'may indicate a need of sea soning and playing experience be fore the new patterns become fa miliar. to the. players. The funeral of Mrs. Laura B. Cochran was held today from Brundage Chapel with the Rev, William J. Holland of the Pres byterian church officiating. Inter ment was made in the .cemetery at Whitehall. Pallbearers were William Sham- bo, Cecile Wetmore, Lester G. Staudenmeyer, Jay McCarthy, Ike Rife and Jim Harrison. Typewriter stands, $7.50 up. Tribune. ß íKw.v.-ff.iAvi': f m m The Youth choir of -the First Presbyterian church will sing at Morning worship every Sunday during the. Advent season. Sunday morning the choir will sing \O Come, O Come Emmanuel” with a solo part by Ellsworth Cragholm and \There’s a Son in the Air” with a solo part by Gregory Bums. Just the 11 o’clock service of wor ship will be held during Advent. w (smmmm mm ‘ /ft -,rO. ' o m , mm $ OUR MAMIE—Mrs, Dwight D. Eisenhower is shown as she posed for photographers at the White House on the occasion of her 60th birthday, which she marked on November 14. Taxpayers who wish to avoid automatic penalties which will in crease their first half tax bills for 1956 must make payment in the county treasurer’s office before 5 p. m. Friday or must mail checks or money orders to’ the county treasurer before Saturday morn ing. Martha Greene, the treasurer, again reminded the public that the law provides an automatic two per cent of the amount of delinquent tax bill as an immediate penalty, plus additional penalty of two- thirds of one per cent per month or fraction thereof, until the bill is paid. CUB SCOUT NEWS Den 8 met at the home of Mrs. Proulx. Our dén chief is Rod Sin clair. Refreshments were served and enjoyed. Floyd Rebich, scribe. Shakespeare club will meet Sat urday at the home of Mrs. V. M. Camp.. Miss Genevieve Albertson will review the play Inherit the Wind. PLEASE PHONE YOUR NEWS ITEMS TO 66 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 66 and tell us about it. Thanks! 1