Sanders County Ledger (Thompson Falls, Mont.) 1959-current, December 25, 1963, Image 8

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8 -SANDERS COUNTY LEDGER MERRY CHRISTMAS, 1963 Bowling -- Power City League Oliver: - 2-J. Oliver 701, Doty 611. E .Oliver 626; Baxters 2 - Southern 702, Stinger 638, Dod- son 697. Mahoneys 3 -Mahoney 571, Gill 643, Borckway 754; Currans 1 -Dobson 648, Elmes 571, Cur- ran 729. First State 3 -Mellinger 639, Vaught 637, Wollaston 665; Hus- ky 1 -Peterson 655, Kneeskern 546, Williams 626. Currans 25 10 Mahoney 19 16 Husky 19 16 First State 18 17 Baxters 14 21 Olivers 10 25 High series, Baxters 2037, Brockway 754; high games, Hus- ky 555, Brockway 213. Cedar League Phillips 3 -Eldridge 401, Fra- nck 343, Lacy 403, Laws 334, Pederson 469; Gill-Adams--Crad- dick 431, Eggensperger 388, Hoff 443, Wollaston 406. Duffels 2-Rounsley 351, Wul- fekuhle 376, Long 341, Strzele- cki 319, Elmes 364; Heaters 1 - Olson 336, Brown 391, Traver 318, Hertz 287, Cox 373. RnverAire 2 -Graham 424, Dodson 393, Doyle 395, Miller 432, Gill 456; TF Drug 1 - Vaught 393, Hamann 370, Ross 387, Koontz 481, Cross 429. Felixes 2 -Wilhite 365, Sundh 279, Laws 356, Peterson 377, Lovhaug 426; Rainier 1 -Jones 377, Wortley 389, Thayer 327, Wright 278, Wilkes 279. Rex 2-11ohwer 443, Brockway 333, Jensen 464, Jonas 411, Mah- oney 410; Bud 1 -Lacy 270, Hil- liard 293, Robbins 455, Thayer' 411, Perry 448. Bud King 2-Kirkeberg 458, Thurman 415, Hamann 389, Nel- son 368, Curran 456; Olivers 1 -Bowden 453, Cullen 339, Oliv- er 384, Delducco 378, A. Oliver 477. High games, TF Drug 850, Anna Robbins 199; high series, Stella Koontz 481; Phillips 2376. Gill -Adams 15 6 Olivers 14 7 RiverAire 14 7 Rex 14 7 Phillips 13 8 IT Drug 12 9 Bud King 12 9 Bud 10 11 Heaters 7 14 Felixes 7 14 Duffels 7 14 Rainier 1 20 Sunday Mixers Pastime 2 -Riffle 378, C. Rif- fle 429, Moles 378, L. Moles 493; Renegades 1-R. Thompson 443, Thompson 416, Hill 289, G. Hill 3151=3•3tg 3t5A 3tVI3Z511:5.1123Zi 3rg 3t53 t jOY 1963 Your friendship has been a joy. We wish you a Merry Christmas. Thompson Falls Lumber Co. 476. TF Lumber 3 -Thomas 463, Hart 459, P. Hart 391, C. Thom- as 415; Lakeview -S. Warrick 397, Warrick 268, Bianco 477, Hamann 411. Black Bear 2 -Wilkes 298 Haster 532, Delducco 446, Sout- hern 385; Brittons 1-G. Quitt 401, Quitt 352, Bloom 391, Roy Bloom 508. High series, Pastime 2236, J. Hart 459, J. Haster 532; high games, TF Lumber 810, A. Thompson 186, J. Haster 195. 13111101111MEZVKINAIIK csa claMatM I Has Surgery Pam Shoemaker was released from St. Patrick hospital and , returned home Saturday even- ' ing following an emergency ap- pendectomy earlier in the week. She returned home with her par- ents, Mr. Shoemaker. Blank Bear TF Lumber Lakeview Brittons Renegades Pastime and Mrs. Maurice 12 9 12 9 12 9 11 10 10 11 6 15 Briefs - Miss Glenda Larson arrived home Saturday from Holy Names Academy in Spokane to spend the holidays with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn H. Lar- son. Miss Linda Kenny arrived home Sunday evening to spend the holidays with her family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kenny, Char- lotte and Cathy. Linda is a sop- homore at Mt. Ellis Academy near Bozeman. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Young of Heron left Friday evening for Los Angeles where they will visit their parents. They plan to re- turn when school starts after the holidays as Mrs. Young teaches in the Noxon school system. Gary Hanson, son of Mrs. Ermel Hanson, arrived home for the holidays from San Diego where he has just completed basic training in the U. S. Navy. He accompanied Mavis and Butch Fleisher home. Don Campbell arrived here from Glendive over the weekend to visit his wife and son, Barry. by train and Susie remained He planned to return there this here with the Dean Margelins. week where he is stationed with the Mountain States Telephone Co. Mrs. Campbell and Barry have been here assisting her mother, Mrs. Edna Lovhaug, for several months. Mrs. Bill Manley and little son arrived home Monday evening from Spokane, accompanied by the former's mother of Poison. They had been in Spokane a week where the baby and Mrs. Manley each underwent minor surgery. Bill had gone with them but returned last weekend NOTICE City Offices Will Be Closed Dec. 23-27 EI : MentinZr : 5 ZIY:=MCY:ZNaMir5=CD:XM r 5 ZNIZIMV:iMMTZ VZINZM:s ttEsz mMcItiMiMiTSZ MS Mi INZTSS mcmyszcssrss miva Ns MC vars2crin i rc5.025;fTsciTsz(EsacMIMIMMBZME:gMESZMV:iMMCMCEsaLcsal2n g 1 ; g ii g g g II AM HOA STIA C 0111 ii g g ii g i5 i g g 4 g il W g 4 g il g g g flug il W g Hygrade's Fiesta - Boneless - g W . g Choice or good grade beef - Look for i 1 Armour's Star - Thick Sliced I Fully Cooked g W the USDA grade choice or good on 1 W g w g W W i1 LB.8 il 9 wg il g 8 1 M l 39 L 49 w, i I B i L591 1 i B ii 14 W W 2ii PKG. LB. 9 g w i/ g 1 I your Beef Cuts. This is your assur- il w il il il rl g 4 ti Blade Cuts 7 -Bone Arm Cuts il il 0 2 g i l ance of quality and value. V w i7 w 2 W 14 W 1 w 0 ti W 1 t ogfRODt513153 Malz533=513ta IZa =SS 3ZiS VS1=1:51=4= ltS13tai ALciplif it= figi1511:V1=a3z;3 3;:s3 Azava Fea Pa )53 1*i 3e51 x:sx =Si Ida MC 3 1 2:33z ga22c2rTS:CEIX Bac roam ilsallaCr5Z c5;12215:11321 2112;2CMCSOICM Armour's Star - Skinless (with Sc off coupon) WIENERS I.B. 490 AWN.' Ocoma GAME LB. Brand -New Price 1 to 1 3 / 4 Pounds HENS 49t GRND. 90r - , LB. Lean Ground Beef Chuck CHUCK 59 Armour's THURINGER, for Beef, o r LB. Star Sausage Ass't. SALAMI OLD FASHION TOP CERVELAT 690 Hygrade's New Pack Lunch Meats BOLOGNA - SPICE LUNCH - PICKLE - OLIVE or BAR -B -C1 8 OUNCE 39c PACKAGE JUMBO LIVER LB. Your Choice BOLOGNA, SAUSAGE Any Size Piece 390 Taste GRND. Our freshness LB. usual top quality the difference that makes BEEF 39 Tastewell 'Value Packed' tall tins 111.K! Soflin Ass't. Colors White Star Chunk 1/ 2 tin TUNA Cats Meow and Top Dog 3:z NAPKINS 4:.:tbs Pet FOOD NALLEY' REGULAR AND VERI-HOT Hillsdale Irregular I 1 15 -oz. 129 - oz.pEAcH Es --„ tin CHILI TASTEWELL \VALUE PACKED\ tin YOUR CHOICE Banquet Assorted 1 46-oz. APPLE JUICE TAYSTEE LONG SPAG. LGE. ELBOW MACARONI & MED. I 1 14 -oz. pkg. NOODLES I I Quaker Regular and Quick CHOICE YOUR 29S 10%4:Cream Pie: • KRAFT DELUXE ASS'T. VARIETIES 1 : 1 ; i g b i : SLICED CHEESE LIBBY'S CORNED BEEF 16 -oz. HASH tin Ii SNOW MINCED OR CHOPPED 1 i t i oz \ CLAMS 12 BROWNIE CHEESE PUFFS OR THIN AND STICK pkg. 1 39c sizE PRETZELS I YOUR I CHOICE YOUR CHOICE kg. Ige. o ats p PHILADELPHIA CREAM 8 -oz. CHEESE pkg. NALLEY'S SALAD DRESSING Quart 4 -oz. tins TANG LIBBY'S VIENNA SAUSAGE Only the Finest For Your New Year's Breakfast PINK GRAPEFRUIT 12 FOR 100 Ham 'N Yams are going Together YAMS • • • • • .225 Red Slicers at a Price You'll Enjoy TOMATOES.13.25 Sweet N' Juicy - Serve fresh with Sugar and Crescent Walnuts TANGERINES. 2i29 Help them to Learn More to Earn More Home and High School ENCYCLOPEDIA Vol. 17 now on sale Sin Prices good Dec. 27 thru Dec. 31

Sanders County Ledger (Thompson Falls, Mont.), 25 Dec. 1963, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/sn86075283/1963-12-25/ed-1/seq-8/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.