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 - Meyer Is Double Winner Missoula, Custer Leading...
Meyer Is Double Winner Missoula, Custer Leading State Wrestling After First Day Great Falls — Missoula and] Custer of Miles City took slim first-day leads through the quarterfinals of the Montana High School Wrestling Championships. The two-day meet resumed this morning with the semifinals beginning at 10 a.m. The consolation rounds were from 1:30 to 4:30 this afternoon and the championships and consolation finals will begin at 7:30 p.m. Missoula had 34 points to pace the Class AA teams and Custer 19 to head the Class A. Helena was far down in the team standings with seven points and only one boy reaching the semifinals. Dennis Meyer, defending state champion in the 165-pound class was the only Helena lad to cop two wins and qualify for this mornings' matches. Meyer registered one of the fastest falls of the meet in the opening pairings pinning Dennis Evanson o£ Sidney in 27 seconds of the initial round. He then decisioned Tom Pett of Butte Central 3-0 in the quarterfinals. Three other Helena boys, Roy Weaver, Lloyd Ek and Art Cranmer won their opening watches but lost in the quarterfinals. Weaver a 138-pounder, pinned Ben Be ' n j amin of Custer in 3:54 and then was pinned by Dick Dinsmore of Butte Public in 1:50. Ek gained a forfeit over Gary Penninger of Glendive in the 180- pound class before being pinned by Myron Amsden of Bozeman in 4:41. Cranmer, a heavyweight, pinned Larry Gardner of Glasgow and lost an 11-0 decision to Vic Green of Flathead. The Bengals other six entries all lost first-round matches. Jim Cox, 95-pounds, was decisioned 4-0 by Larry Hinderman of Custer; John Peterson, 103- pounds, was pinned by Bob Hiers of Custer in 1:35; Mike Grimes, 112-pounds, was pinned by Gary Kaufman of Malta in 20 seconds; Duncan Galusha, 133-pounds, was pinned by Larry Hartsock of Glasgow in 3:01; John Nicolay, 145-pounds, was pinned by John Brown of Custer in 4:50; and Legal Advertising Commissioners Proceedings f«r the Month nf January, 196? Oil companies were notified or the gas and diescl bids for 1962. County Attorney was given permisison to protest in U.S. Court the discontinuance of the Great Northern Passenger train between Gret-t Falls, Helena and Butte. Board received a Supplemental Order from the District Court In the matter of the appointment of Tom Sabo ss Law Cleric and also Bailiff, having proved satisfactory recommended a $50.00 raise in salary. Many calls were received for snow removal in the surrounding areas. Board attended State Reclasslflcatlon meeting January 17 and 18. Worked on additional right-of-ways for Missile Site Road. Received City - County Airport Board's minutes for the month of December, also the Lease between Rirport Board and Northwest Airline, Inc.. dated Jan. I. 1962. Pe-irboard met with the Board on making application to the Federal Home and Housing Agency for advanced funds to plan and engineer renovation of the FIrgrounds. Members took oath of office and filed them with the Clerk and Recorder. Received one sealed bid on Voting Machines from the Shoup Voting Machine Co. Bid was taken under advisement. Board conferred with J. Arps. Highway Appraiser concerning right-of-ways across county owned property for Interstate Highway No. 15. GENERAL FUND— JANUARY. IB62 Helena Independent Record, Supplies- Co. Offices it Elections. J2.981.55; Naescle's Inc. Supplies — County Offices, S36.13; Blewett Business Machines. Supplies—County Offices, $48.85: Thurber Printing Company, Supplies — Assessor, 511.76; Bryant's Restaurant. Meal for Chuck O'Reilly, 154-pounds, was decisioned 5-1 by Greg Ulmer o£ Custer. Class AA team points after Friday's action were Missoula 34, Flathead of Kailspell 26, Great Falls 21, Custer 19, Bozeman and Glasgow, 16 each, Butte, Public 13, Butte Central 8, Helena and Malta 7 each, Billings Senior 6, Hardin, .Poison, Great Falls Central and Anaconda, 4 each and Havre and Park of Livingston, 2 each. legal Advertising " Prem. Bond— J. P., $10.00; Lawrence C. St&hnalier, Coroner's Juror Fees, $6.00: R. L. Hart, Coroner's Jury Pees, $6.00; Floyd Finnegan, Coroner's Juror Fees, $0.00; James E. Kroetch. Coroner's Jury Fees, $6-00; Bill Martin, Coroner's Jury Fees, 16.00; Curtice Gardner, Coroner's Jury Fees, se.oo; Elmer Nettleton, Coroner's Jury Fees. $6.00; Robert D. Dlckman, Coroner's Witness Fees, 51.50; Tom Lamping, Coroner's Witness Fees A: Mileage, $2.34; Vicki Amundson, Corner's Witness Fees. $1.50; Linda Lamping, Coroner's Witness Fees. $1.50; Robert Ryckman, Coroner's Witness Fees, $1.50; Elaine Colvin, coroner's Witness Fees, $1.50; Dave Colvin. Coroner's Witness Fees. $1.50; Ray Nelson. Coroner's Juror Fees, $6.00; James Bergum, Coroner's Juror Fees. $c.OO; Dee Chapin, Coroner's Juror Fees, 36.00; Robert Funk. Coroner's Jury Fees. $6.00; Nick Wirth, Coroner's Juror Fees, 16.00; Gary Blackman, Coroner's Juror Fees. $6.00; Everett L. Johnson. Coroner's Witness Fees. $1.50; William Brewer. Coroner's Witness Fees, $4.70; Cherries Bryant, Coroner's WIU nees Fees. $7.10: . John Warchime, Coroner's Witness Fees. $3.BO; Jane Warchime, Coroner'* Witness Fees, $1.50; Dave Mlddlemas— Sheriff. Coroner's Mileage. $18.40; Sheldon Ellis, Mileage, $6.40; Montana Power Company, Elec. Service & Oas— Augusta Jail, $10.76; Montana Power Company, Elec. Service & Oas— C. H. Jk Jail, S552.24: Palmquist Electric, Supplies & Elec. Reps.— Co. Bldg., $97.40; McOuin- eess Elec. Co. Inc.. Elec. • Repairs— Co. Bldg. & Jail, S380.76; Allen Berg— Construction. Repairs— County Bldg., Maint.. $34.00: Moutiluin States Tel & Tel., Phones & Tolls— Health Dept.. $10.55: Save-Way Missoula also has the largest number of grappers going into the semifinals Saturday morning. The Spartans have 11 entered. Flathead and Bozeman 7 each, Great Falls 6, Custer and Butte Public 4 each, and one each from Malta, Helena, Hardin, Poison, Havre and Park. Missoula is the defending Class AA champion and Custer of Miles City is defending Class A champion. I Legal Advertising Hall-Perry Machinery Company. Supplies— Road Maint.. $180.93; Pat's Standard Service, Supplies. Rosd Malnt., $2.70; Central Machinery company, Supplies— Road Maint., $143.33; StcffecK Equipment Company, Supplies — Road Malnt., i225.vo; McClure's Texaco, Supplies & Gasoline— Road Maint., $20.21; Union Oil Company of California, Diesel —Rosd Maint. (Wilborn), S109.56; Texaco, Inc., Gasoline— Road Mafnt. (Helena <fc Lakeside), $362.94; C. E. McPherson— Distributor, Diesel— Road Maintenance (Lakeside). S89.58; Montana Powder & Equip.. Rental on Jack Hammer, S3. 50; Bill's Bike Shop, Supplies— County Shop. $3.05; Mount&ln States Tel. A: Tel. Co., Phones & Tolls— Co. Garage, 324.80; Helena-Lincoln Tel. Co..*Phone & Toll Serv.. Canyon Creek, $17.00; Montana Power Co.. Elec. Serv. & Gas— Augusta Oarage, $B.07; Montana Power Co.. Elec. Serv. & Gas, Wolf Creek Garase, 874.42; Morox Welding Supply, Inc., Supplies- Shop. $11-25; McGuinness Elec. Co.. Inc.. Rep. &. Repl.— Co. Garage, $34.83; Palmquist Electric Co.. Rep. ft Repl.— Co. Garage, $39.54; Linder-Kind Lumber Co., Supplies— co. G&rage Repairs, $39.07; Lambkins of Lincoln Cafe. Meals— Road Men, $3.60; Capital Motors, Supplies- Road Malnt.. $468.29; Paper Calmcnson & Co., Supplies- Road Maint.. $189.14; Norm's Auto Glass Shop. Supplies— Road Maint.. $24.01 ; Sperry's Canvas Shop, Supplies— Road Malnt., $24.00; A. A. Gfcrage & Equip. Co.. Supplies— Road Malnt.. $14.16; Hanley Glass & Paint Co., Supplies— Road Maint., $6.91; Anderson Motors, Inc. of Helena. Supplies— Road Malnt.. $2.58; Eck Tire Co.. Tires & Tubes- Road Maint.. $59.17; Helena Tire Co.. Tire Repair—

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  1. The Independent-Record,
  2. 24 Feb 1962, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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