Sanders County Ledger (Thompson Falls, Mont.) 1959-current, December 24, 1959, Image 5

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SANDERS COUNTY LEDGER Thursday, Doc. 24, 1959-5 Utility to Remodel M-5( Messhall, Office into Maintenance Barracks The messhall and office build- ing built for Morrison-Knudsen Co., major contractor on the Noon Rapids dam and power- house, by National Log Construc- tion Co. of Thompson Falls, are to be remodeled for permanent use by the Washington Water Power Co. maintenance crews. Thorough and detailed yearly inspections will be made of all parts of the operating plant by a crew consisting of approxima- tely 20 men during a four -week period. A major feature of the work performed during this period occurs when each unit is shut down to permit close in- spection of all parts that might have been effected by operation. The messhall will be convert- ed into a compact sleeping and eating unit. The present large dining space will be remodeled into nine bedrooms and a wash- room. The existing kitchen will be reduced in size and eating space provided. Refrigeration wmilood•d•Il. and storage rooms will not be changed, but a 10th bedroom will replace the bake shop. FOcreation space and 11 bed- rooms and a washroom will com- pletely change the interior of , the office building. Bids have been requested from local as well as other con- tractors. It is expected that a contract for the remodeling work will be awarded this mon- th Local Residents Attend Funeral Mr. and Mrs Robert Brother - ton and Floyd Brotherton re- turned Friday from Henry, S. Dak., where they were called re- cently by the illness and death of Elmer Hineline. Mrs. Hineline is a sister of Robert and Floyd. Mr. and Mrs. Hineline visited the Brothertons here in Septem- ber. •••1.4 .11=114 4111•1.4 , ••=14 AMMO...AMIN .1• , Merry Christmas and good wishes to everyone in every land. 1 9 5 9 TOURIST HOTEL and BAR •=111410.00.10•MPO.M. 41111.0.M.I..14 .01.4•1111..5. , ..M1.54 MM. ChtiOtila 9 9 1.1••••• We sing the praise of Him on this His birthday and wish you greatest joy with family and friends during this wonderful holiday season. SHRIDER FUNERAL HOME ••••• .11=. ••••• ••••• .1•110.1 AMP/ We have many friends in this community and to all of them we say Merry Christmas and thank you for your loyal patronage. Have a wonderful Christmas. BUD & DAVE'S HUSKY SERVICE The December pack meeting Ica. of Thompson Falls Cub Scouts1 Cub Master Art Koenen con - was held Dec. 10 in the multi- ducted the installation and bob - !cat induction for new cubs, Al Williams awarded arrow points to those earning them and George Stipe awarded the bad- ges earned. purpose room with den 2, under the leadership of Mrs. Andy Aasen, presenting the opening ceremonies. They lead the flag pledge and the singing of Ameri- 0 4n. N. IOW mu. • •••••• 4=1. • BRINKERHOFF FAMILY—Enjoying life in their new ranger station home are District Ranger and Mrs. John Brinkerhoff and their three children, Alice, Donnie and Colleen. Homes are well built, have full basements and attached, heated garages. They are equipped with aut- omatic oil furnaces and water is supplied from RANGER STATION—One of the three new three -bedroom modern homes recently complet- ed as a part of the new Trout Creek ranger station is shown above District Ranger John Brinkerhoff and his family recently moved into this home and the other two will be occupied in a new well, which will supply water for all buildings of the new station. Each has a mod- ern fireplace, attractive and convenient kitchen and is equipped with a double bathroom. Wives of three rangers were permitted to select color scheme L for interiors (Ledger photo) the spring by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Taliaferro and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Burrington and families. Taliaferro is assistant ranger and Burrington is alternate ranger. Three homes are in a group. A problem in the spring will be landscaping. (Ledger photo) Cub Scouts Earn Points at Pack Meet I n presented theprogram,hert° and de `' showing projects each had parti- cipated in and singing two Cub Scouts songs. Mrs. Richard Heater and den 4 presented closing ceremonies. Following two songs and carol singing, a living circle was form- ed and the meeting adjourned. Lunch was served by Mrs. Steve Vulles and den 4. Christmas *,* Gratings T HE wise men followed the star that was to become the guiding light of the world with lout and confidence. We hope your Christmas captures the eternal beauty of that one unturies ago. FLODIN LUMBER CO. Swati, Walt, Erie, Millar ;., 11 1 1 11 : 0 • •1=•••••111111...11••••••••01.11NIIMIMP• 4111.1111.1 ' ... t--. • trishaas 1959 FOR all our g ood _ n,-; friends we wish a Christmas blessed by peace, hope and faith. GAMBLES Les, Esther, Jedriette, Mildred, Wes & Evelyn Davis • 41M•• 4111Mb. •••• •1•10. •••111••••••••.=b+.••••••••• •••.•••••••■•••••=1. We hope that Santa brings you a bountiful Measure of all the good things that make a joyful, happy, and rewarding Yule season. Merry Christmas everyone. JOCK'S PASTIME .lock, Wally • 'NW. • 4•11.• 4/0 AM. • ••••• .1M 4MIP .111. ••••• • OM. 5 AIM •••••• 41E1E6 T o each of our valued friends in this community we send greetings and our best wishes for a happy Noel. 1960 Alla 4•Mr 4•Mir 4111•••- 4•••. 4101. 411•••• LEE'S CASH STORE June, Pat, June Bybee, Jerry. Dean, Esther, Lee mgml....11•04•111.041=11..111 W e send you a thousand gifts of joy, love and contentment during this Yule season. MOTOR PARTS CO. MEWNE...e.•••••••••. , -••••111••••••••••. 41111...M..•110. IMI...41.111.•=1 , 0•IN.5050 0 volo.o.mnpuliModlIMN•=11•••••11111K•SIMPOIMOSINIM.11M •

Sanders County Ledger (Thompson Falls, Mont.), 24 Dec. 1959, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.