Sanders County Ledger (Thompson Falls, Mont.) 1959-current, April 16, 1959, Image 4

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4 -SANDERS COUNTY LEDGER Thursday, April 16, 1959 LEGAL NOTICES CALL FOR BID Bids will be received by the Clerk of the School District No. 2, Sanders County for the Board of Trustees of School District No. 2 any time after first publication of this call for bids until 7:30 P.M., April 18, 1959, fOr the transporting of school children on the route following: From Thompson Falls to the Grant Gate, the entrance to the Dave Grant Property on Cherry Creek. then up the Prospect Creek road to the Gerald Millor residence. one half mile beyond the Clear Creek bridge on the Pospect Creek Road, and re- turn to Thompson Falls, approximate- ly 19 miles per trip. Bids to be made for a three year period on a school day basis. The successful bidder agrees and understands that in the event of an increased student population along the route or if there is a change in the roadways, that the contract can be renegotiated on an equitable basis or terminated. The successful bidder will be required to furnish a bus that meets factory specifications to seat 30 passengers, late model. equipped with standard safety devices to satisfy the State Board of Education, the Montana State Highway Patrol, and the Board of Trustees, School District No. 2. A copy of the requirements can be seen at the office of the Superintend- ent in the High School Building. Competent drivers with First Aid Certificates, proper licenses and health certificates are required. The board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. 1)a u n S. Babcock. Cha Irma n Klar C. Zimmerman, Clerk 2-9-16 9-16-23-30 NOTICE OF LAND SALE Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Sanders County, Montana, will hold a public auction at the front door of the Courthouse in Thompson Falls, Montana, on the 23rd day of April, 1959 at 1:30 o'clock P.M., at which auction will be offered for sale to the highest bidder, at not less than the appraised value, and appraised at the value set thereafter: APPRAISED DESCRIPTION VALUE Lots 13 & 15, 131k. 1, Gov't Towcusite of Noxon $228.00 Lot 8, 131k. 13, Willis Mid to Plains 169.00 Terms: Cash The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Dated at Thompson Falls, Montana, this 3rd day of March. 1959. DOROTHY DODSON County Clerk & Recorder Sanders County, Montana. 26-2-9-16 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of GEORGE FOX NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned administrator of the estate of GEORGE FOX deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within four months after, the first publication of this notice, to the said attorney for administrator at Thompson Falls. Montana in the County of Sanders. Dated March 24, 1959. Kenneth Fox. Administrator of Estate of George 1.1oz. Deceased. A. S. Ainsworth Attorney for administrator Thompson Falls, Montana 2-9-16-23 NOTICE OF LAND SALE Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Sanders County, Montana, will hold a public auction at the front door of the Courthouse in Thomson Falls, Mon- tana., on the 4th day of May, 1959, at 1:00 o'clock P.M., at which auction will be offered for sale to the highest bidder, at not less than 90% of the appraised value, and appraised at the value set thereafter: APPRAISED DESCRIPTION VALUE Lots 4, Block 24, Willis Ad- dition to Plains $2225.00 Terms: Cash The Board reserves the right to re- ject any and all bids. Dated at Thompson Falls, Montana, this 6th day of April, A. I). 1959. DOROTHY DODSON County Clerk 8c Recorder Sanders County, Montana. • ..1=1.1.• /11•114 NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF SANDERS. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF HUGH LILLARD, DECEASED. Under and by authority of an Order of the above entitled Court duly made and entered in the above named estate on the 30th clay of September 1958 authorizing the administrator of the above named estate to sell at private sale the following described real property belonging to said estate: Homestead Entry No. 67, embracing a portion of Section 6, Township 26 North, Range 33 West M.P.M. in Sanders County, Montana, containing 163.37 acres, according to the official plat of the survey of said land. The patent for said land being of record in the office of the County Clerk and Recorder of Sanders County, Montana. to which reference is hereby made. The northeast quarter of Section 1, Township 26 North, Range 34 West M.P.M. in Sanders County, Montana. Also: hots 13 and 14 of Block 6 of the Townsite of Heron, Stuiders County, Montana. The sale will be made on or after the 5th day of May, 1959 and bids will be received at the office of A. S. Ainsworth, the administrator in Thompson Falls, Montana, at any time after the Bret publication of this notice and up to the date of sale. Terms: Cash. 20% to accompany bids and balance on confirmation of sale. Abstract of title furnished at the expense of the purchaser. Bids may be received on one or more of the tracts of land above described. Dated at Thompson Falls, Montana. this 2nd day of April 1959. A. S. Ainsworth Administrator of the estate of 11 ugh Lillard, deceased. 9-16-23 All No. 2 Elementary General Fund Warrants registered through March 11, 1959. All No. 2 high General Fatal Warrants registered through February 27. 1959. All No. 11 General Fund Warrants re- gistered through January 30, 1959. Interest will cease on all warrants included in this call on April 22, 1959. Ralph E. Goode County Treasurer 16-23 NOTICE CALL FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that in accordance with Section 16-1803 It.(7.M.. 1947, and all acts supplemen- tiu-y and amendatory thereto, the Board of County Commissioners of Sanders County, Montana will receive written sealed bids until the 6th day of May. 1959, at 1:30 o'clock P.M. of said day in the office of said Board in the courthouse at Thompson Falls, Montana, no bids will he considered unless said bids are received by the Clerk at or before 1:30 o'clock P.M, of said day, for furnishing and deliver- ing to Sanders County: 1-1 ton 4 wheel drive, front end winch with 3 positions forward, neutral and reverse, hydraulic or electric brakes Over load springs in front. Tow hooks in front, pinal hook in rear. Custom cab, heater and defroster and directional lights. Box sides fixed for tool box on both sides. Tires 7:50-17 8 ply, dual tires in rear 2 speed rear end and transfer case 3 speed transmission Hydraulic brakes Short Wheel base Hubs free wheeling Front axle capacity 2800 lb. Motor 130 H.1'. Minimum Oil bath and air cleaner 12 volt battery system The successful bidder is required to to take in trade one 1944 Interiertion- al 4 wheel drive, less winch and power take_off, which may be inspected at the Thompson Fails Garage. This 4 wheel drive has been appraised for the sum of 3200.00 and no bid con be considered which offers lees than 90% of the above sum. The appraisal was made on the 6111 day of April, 1959. All bids must be in a plain sealed envelope, addressed to the County Clerk & Recorder, and plainly marked on the outside \Bid on 4 wheel drive.\ The Board reserves the right to re- ject any and all bids. By order of the Board of County Commissioners of Sanders County. Dated at Thompson Falls this 8th day of April, 1959. H. E. Smith, Chairman, Board of County Commissioners. Sanders County, Montana. ATTEST: Dorothy Dodson, Clerk. WARRANT CALL Notice is hereby given that the under- signed Treasurer of Sanders County. Thompson Falls, Montana, will pay on the 22nd clay of April, 1959, all re- gistered warrants inclUded in this call, of said County there -in, to -wit: .111111.1•004Ma•••••••••MWM Thompson Falls Business & Professional Directory INK 41•11. 04=14 .4•111.0••• NEI Look Your Best Visit Ray's Barber Shop Mot K• CLOSED MONDAY •••., •I • • • NIB INQUIRE McAllister Realty Farm & City Properties Listings appreciated •••••4 • 1.1••••••••• , ••••••• Dr. C. E. Rosdahl, MD Dial TA 7-3661 Former Telephone Office • 41. 411111•I 4.11114 • • .• 1.1111.1.1111 04.111•14 'briber funeral jborne MODERN MORTUARY SERVICE Na, Monuments Ambulance PLAINS, MONTANA 0.4 • ....t..1m.. , M111..1 FLOWERS The PERFECT gift For All Occasions Our Motto \Personal Service\ BROCK'S Florist 40...•••.• • • • ••..”.1111.• •0•04•1•1101.1 aneaceeeflfle Watch Repairing All Work Guaranteed John Gallaher (Ex Watch School Instructor) Mall watches to John Gallaher, Thompson Falls or bring to Falls Electric, Thompson Falls. ••••• • 41•1• 0.11111•141•••••••••••••• LEDGER Offic• Supply Store • • MIMI 4111111.1 • • • • HEW Body Work fender Repair Auto Painting - Free Estimates -- 24-Hr. Wrecker Service Dial TA 7-3371 Motors Garage ,NNIN.0111110.4 4•10.01=1.1• 4.1111041 I • • Dr. Richard Thiegs Dentist Office located across the street south of the Falls Motel Wed. & Sat. 8-12 Mon., Tues., Thurs., Fri. 8-5 By Appointment Telephone TAylor 7-3558 0.1 1•110.0•NIN100.1M , Dr. J. M. ISBISTER, M.D. Rear of Saint's Service Dial TA 7-3311 Office Hours: Monday - Wednesday - Friday 9:30 a.m. to 12 noon•11. Licensed Broker MUNSON REALTY Plains, Montana Farms, Homes, Ranches, Businesses Listings Appreciated Open 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. Except Sun. - R C A - SALES & SERVICE * TV Sets & Antennas * Auto & Home Radios * Hi -Fl Phonos & Records Ed's Radio - TV - Service Phone TA 7-3242 16-23-3o Heron Ladies Aid Members Given $1 to Invest r.'s N. zilt , Pq0111W8LE t s O s - \1\4 ..4 P 1 .1 E J 1 . 0 V Buy, Sell, Find or Swap with a Want Ad: * FOR SALE * WANT AD Rates - 10c per line, 40c minimum. Order three insertions and get a fourth Insertion FREE. Count five words to a line. * FOR SALE * DON'T FORGET YOUR HOME - See us for FHA remodeling loans. * No Down Payment * Low Monthly Payments • Long Terms * Pay as you use * It's a home investment * Low & Controlled interest rates PYATT LUMBER CO. FOR SALE - HOLSTEIN & Guernsey heifers, ready to calf. Also registered Guern- sey bull, Western Glow Max- ine Prince. Bob Jopling, Trout Creek. 26-2-9-16 By Mrs. M. H. Larson HERON -The Ladies Aid of the Heron Community church met at the Aid room Wednesday. Each member present was given $1 out of the treasury and is to Invest it and see how much profit can be made in six months' time. Mrs. M. H. Larson was hostess. The next meeting will be May 13, when Mrs. J. H. Harker and Mrs. John Harker will act as hostesses. Syth Infant Passes Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Syth received word Saturday that their grandson, 15 -month old Duncan, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Syth had passed away in a hospital at Ellensburg, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Syth, Donald, Patsy, and Jimmy, left that afternoon for Ellensburg. HD Club Meets The Heron Chat and Act club met at the lunchroom Friday evening with Mrs. Elmer Runkle as hostess. Mrs. Jesse W. Lee presented the lesson on \New Fabrics.\ Plans were made to attend the county home demon- stration council meeting at Thompson Falls Wednesday, April 22. Anyone interested in going, please leave word with Mrs. M. H. Larson so that trans- portation can be arranged. The next meeting will be April 24 with Mrs. Carl Shields as hostess. Heron Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Fay Kuney of Noxon were callers at the Willy Sellmer home Sunday. Mr .and Mrs. Ray Fitchett re- turned Wednesday evening from Cortez, Colo., where they had taken Ray's mother, Mrs. Frank Fitchett, to be with her mother, Mrs. Charles Ivie, who is seri- ously ill in a hospital there. Louis Dufresne of Thompson Falls was here Thursday when he brought down a new phone booth to replace the one that was demolished the week be- fore. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gunn and some friends from Richland, Wash. visited at the F. E. Mac- Spadden home a week ago Sun- day. Several of the high school parents attended the parent - teacher conferences at Noxon Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Groff drove to Spokane on business Wednesday. John Harker drove to Plains Monday to attend a meeting of the Agricultural Stabilization committee. Mrs. Floyd Veach, Della and Janet, accompanied him and visited friends there Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rorebeck of Ryegate visited their old fri- ends, the Fred W. Cram Srs and the Wayne Wilson, a week ago Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Behmer- took their son, Vernon, to Sand- point Monday for medical atten- tion. E. M. Hagler of Clark Fork was a visitor here Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. MacSpad- den, Mrs. M. H. Larson and Emil Gavin drove to Spokane Tues- day. Emil had an appointment FOR SALE -1955 FORD 4 - Door Customline. Low mile- age, clean, 2 extra wheels with sawdust tires. Victor Gee, Phone TA 7-3895. 2-9-16-23* FOR SALE -WHITE FORMAL, size 10. Worn only once, not locally, $10. Can be seen at James Wakefields. 2-9-16-23 ELECTRIC HOT WATER Tanks. 52 -gallon Quick Re- covery. Hotpoint 10 -year war- ranty, only $79.95 PYATT LUMBER CO. FOR SALE -TWO ROW SEED Barley. Henry Kraus Jr., ) Trout Creek, Mont. 16-23 I FOR SALE -LOTS 1 THRU 7 In Block 45, 1 block west of school. Phone TA 7-3291 or contact Dick Browne. 16-23-30-6 FOR SALE -BLACK ANGUS Bull Registered, 3 years old. Ray Bierwagen, Thompson Falls. 26-2-9-16 FOR SALE -30 FL ROAD master trailer house. See Floyd Raab at Big Pine Court. 9-16* with the eye specialist and Mr. MacSpadden remained in town for medical attention. Mrs. Mac- Spadden's three grandchildren, Judy, Donald and Douglas, re- turned home with her to spend the remainder of the week, as they had vaaction because of the Inland Empire teachers' meet- ings. Art Dettwiler 'went to Sand- point Friday for medical at- tention, which disclosed he had torn a ligament in his back. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clayton visited the Ralph Vosens and the Mike Comptons in Spokane Thursday. The three Compton boys, Sandy, Chris, and Kent, returned home with their grand- parents to spend the remainder of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Comp- ton came up Saturday and the boys returned to Spokane with them Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mac- Spadden of Spokane spent the weekend at the F. E. MacSpad- den home. Everett's father, F. E. MacSpadden, accompanied them here but had to return to Spokane with them Sunday evening for further medical at- tention at the Veteran's hospital. He hoped to have the cast re- moved from his back this week. He broke a disc in his back in a fall from the porch roof of his home in January. The Everett MacSpadden children, Judy, Douglas, and Donald, also re- turned home with their parents. They had spent several days here. Mrs. Virgil Mortensen arrived Saturday from Spokane to spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Fob. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Temp- ero, Ila Jean and Teddy, moved to Spokane the middle of the week. They had been living in the Ernie Pyeatt house across the track from the store. Warren Stone of Noxon visit ed Herbert Tillapaugh Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Hudson, Douglas dnd Damaris of Spokane arrived Thursday to spend the weekend at their home here. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tilla- paugh went to Spokane Thurs- day to attend the Inland Empire Teachers' institute. Mrs. Ernie Weber accompanied them to the city, where she had an optical * FOR SALE A-1 USED CARS 1956 Ford V-8 Fairlane, over- drive, power steering. Low mileage. 1954 Plymouth 2 -door, over- drive. Very clean. 1951 Ford 2 -door Ranch Wag- on, V-8. 1950 Pontiac 4 -door sedan. Good transportation. 1954 GMC N -ton pickup. Good rubber. Heater & Heater -- REAL ESTATE FOR SALE Two -bedroom modern house, hardwood floors, full base- ment, storm windows, cen- tral heat, G. I. financed, pay equity, payments $68.70 per month, including taxes & insurance, close to town. Price $11,500. Apartment house, with 4 pts, all furnished, income $160.- 00 per month. Price $10,500. Terms. 49 Acres, small house, good spring, on highway near Noxon, price, $3,900. Terms. 5 Acres, attractive three -bed- room house, two -car garage, on state highway J/4 mile west of Bull river road. Price $9,500. Terms. 240 Acres, 7 miles N. W. Trout Creek, no buildings. Price $7,900. Terms. 140 Acres, 4 -bedroom modern house, west of Noxon. Price $5,500. Terms. Two Houses -One 2 -Bedroom, modern and a 3 -room mod- ern that is rental. Both for only $7900. Good terms. For additional information see DUKE SALLEE T. Falls Realty RUBY'S SHOP -NEW SPRING dresses in Teena Paige, Kay Windsor, Vicky Vaughn and Toni Todd. 2-19tf INSULATION: ROCK WOOL or FIBRE GLAS 1y2\ Utility . . . per M $42 2\ Med. Thick. . per M $54 3\ Full Thick. . per M $70 These are current prices on the above insulation. PYATT LUMBER CO. PRESSED BOARD CARTONS. Excellent for lining outdoor buildings. Also for insulation. Cheap. Baxter Manufacturing Co. 10-28tf PETE'S SAW SERVICE, Plains, Phone TA 6-3581 After 6 p.n. call TA 6-3494 Homelite Chain Saw Dealer Parts, Service; New and Used saws for sale. . 10-16tf KEEP A RECORD OF YOUR Household budget and ex- penses. Household Budget and Expense books, $1.40. Ledger. GARDENS PLOWED -Bob Craft, TA 7-3910. 9-16-23-30* FOR RENT -360 A. FENCED pasture for breaking 20 acres. Rt . Mrs. Cal Nichols, Trout Creek, Mont. 9-16-23-30* FARM FOR LEASE -Highway 10-A, 220 Acres, 50 A. cleared. FOR SALE WEST OF NOXON on Highway 10-A-80 Acres with 15 Acres cleared, Spring water, buildings, some timber. Real etate and acreage in and around Noxon and on new lake. Evelyn Boyd Real Estate Noxon, Phone VI 7-2276. FOR SALE -A FEW TONS OF agricultural gypsum left from car. Warehouse price of $20.90 per ton. Pyatt Lumber Co. 16 BEAUTIFUL, DURABLE FLUSH DOORS. Interior Flush R. C. Mahog. Birch 2 -0x6 -8x1% $7.64 $7.78 2 -4x6 -8x 1 3 , ;4 8.34 8.40 2 -6x6 -8x1% 8.70 8.79 2-8x6-8x1 3 /s 8.95 9.15 Exterior Front Doors 2-8x6-8x1Y4 10.85 11.50 3 -0x6 -8x1 3 / 4 11.52 12.50 appointment. PYATT LUMBER CO. 1 Darigold Milk Mountain Gem Butter and Ice Cream . Ceretana Feeds and Concentrates SANDERS COUNTY DAIRY Co-op, Inc. Tel. TA 6-3582 Plains, Montana lank & Jim Say: Women make a dollar go farther by driving clear across own to spend it. OK USED CARS 1956 Plymouth 4 -door Bel- vedere 1954 Mercury 4 -door Monter- rey 1954 Ford Club Coupe 1957 Chevrolet 1 / 2 -ton Pickup 1956 Chevrolet 1 / 2 -ton Pickup Gill -Adams, Inc. Dealers for EVINRUDE Out- board Motors, WHITEHOUSE Fiber Glass boats and LITTLE DUDE Boat Trailers. Terms & financing arranged. rECIAL - Rejects and short pieces of molding. Many pat- terns. Baxter Manufa,:turing Co. 2-23tf FOR SALE -SHETLAND PONY Black & White Pinto, Saddle and Bridle, gentle & well broke to ride or drive. TA 7- 3440. 9-16-23-30 FOR SALE OR TRADE-FURN. house in Trout Creek for real or personal property. Sarge Warrick, Trout Creek. 2-9-16-23-30* 2 -BEDROOM MODERN UNFUR- nished house for rent. Call TA 7-3529. 9tf FOR SALE -BRAND NEW Philco Bendix combination Washer & Drier. $150.00 Dis- count for cash. Call Rex Theatre, TA 7-3308. 16 WEINER PIGS FOR SALE- H. L. Doty, Whitepine Creek. 16 NEW LOW PRICES ON ALL DOORS. PYATT LUMBER CO. FOR SALE -THREE REGIST- ered Aberdeen Angus bulls 1 Five year old herd bull, 1 two year old, 1 one year old N. G. LaRue, Hot Springs. 2-9-16-2 TRADE THAT OLD PIANO FOY Cash! Or will take in tract( on new Wurlitzer Spinet Wan( or organ. Call or write toda for an estimate of your piano BAKERS MUSIC CENTER 310 N. Higgins, Missoula. 11 ALUMIN UM COMBINATIOD Storm Doors. Glass in winter screen in summer. End you door problems with this to] quality Aluminum Door a our New LOW price, $34.95 Complete with all hardwari and necessary components. 1 3 yATT LUMBER CO. BABY CHICKS NEW HAMPSHIRE, WHTTE LEGHORN * WANTED * WANTED- TIMBER - ALL Species. Top prices. Call TA lor 7-3443 or contact Carrico & Craddick, Box 63, Thomp- son Falls, Mont. 3-19tf AUSTRA WHITES BRONZE and WHITE TURKEYS Available every Tuesday Cochrane 's Hatchery No. 1 Phone Co 3-3492 Sandpoint, Mali() 4-9tf WANTED TO BUY -ROUGH lumber, $55 per M, delivered in Thompson Falls. Contact C & D Lumber Co., Plains, Mont. Ph. TA 6-3791. Mar. 19 - May 7* WANTED -HOME FOR 11 MOS. old collie - Sheperd Female dog. Bob Dubia, or call TA 7-3966. 16* * FOR RENT * FOR RENT -ROOMY 3 -BED - room apartment unfurnished with 2 baths. Phone TA 7-3580. 3-12tf FURNISHED APTS FOR RENT Preston Plumbing & Heating, TA 7-3271. 19tf APARTMENT FOR RENT. ALL furnished, heat included. Call TA 7-3632 or TA 7-3451. 26-2-9-16 FOR RENT -60 A. ON SWAMP Creek Road. Four room hpuse, electricity, well with water piped in house and some cleared land. On Grade & High School Bus and Mail Routes. Herbert H. Lacy, Trout Creek, Montana. 2-9-16-23 FOR RENT - UNFURNISHED 3 -bedroom duplex. Shower bath. $37.50 per month. Thompson River Store. TA 7- 3617. 16tf * NOTICES * HAVE ROTOTILLER, WILL travel. Clarence Riffle, TA 6- 3202. 16 *Card of Thanks* FOR THE MANY PRAYERS and thoughts, for the kindness and help of all when we need- ed you, we say humbly \Thank -You.\ The Al Williams Family Mr. and Mrs. Con Bentley Sr. WE WISH TO SAY \THANK You\ for the kind thoughts and help of our friends during .our recent bereavement, with special thanks to the LDS church and to the Women's Relief Society of the LDS church. Each act was more than appreciated. The Durward Moore family SERVICE STATION HOURS: Saint's Service will be Open All Day • SUNDAY and until 8 p.m. each evening next week. The following stations will be closed Sunday and close at 6:30 p.m. weekdays during the winter months. 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Sanders County Ledger (Thompson Falls, Mont.), 16 April 1959, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.