Great Falls Tribune from Great Falls, Montana on January 26, 1941 · Page 36
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Sunday, January 26, 1941
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THE GREAT FALLS TRIBUNE Sunday Morning, January 26, 1941 Page Six Great Libby Station Is Open for Business LIBBY, Jan. 25. (Special) Pleas ing to the eye and soothing to the soul is the new Great Northern "depot at Libby which is ready for occupancy now and will be occupied as soon as the new furniture arrives. With the exception of the finishing touches on the outside, the building is complete. Platforms will be built in the spring and the old depot will be moved to Troy as soon as the local crew can vacate. The walls of the waiting room, State College Students Sign For Orchestra BOZEMAN, Jan. 25. (Special). Students at Montana State college whor are interested in orchestra have enrolled in a class under the dlrec tion of L. E. Opp, faculty member of -the music department, during the winter quarter. . Under Opp's direction these stu dents will present several concerts .to the student body and townspeople of Bozeman during the remainder of the school year. Those enrolled are: ' Freshmen, John Rahn, Lewistown; Jack Bader, Anaconda; Loraine La wry, Bozeman; , Harriet Logan, Billings; Margaret Abernathy, Belt; Richard Finch, Bozeman; Pejgy Harrington, Bozeman; Eileen Ritzke, Billings; Eddie Danick, Townsend, and "Virginia McCoy, Helena. Sophomores, Irvin Van , Haur, Hilger; Lee Schimpf, Helena; David Wessel, Bozeman; O. D. Martin, Kalispell; Donald Giroux, .Columbia Falls; Donald C. Scott, Plains; Bee Gutcheck, Anaconda; and Ed Chauner, Bozeman. , Juniors, Vivian Tretsven, Boze man; Patricia Sandbo, Stanford; Robert Forrest, Anaconda; Mildred McKinley, Carter; Don G. Schmidt, Fort Benton, and Beulah Granger, Butte. Seniors, Alma Abernathy, Belt; Marjorie Stemhagen, Bozeman; Mil' ton . H. Brown, Helena; Patricia McAuley, Butte! and Kenneth McKee, Bozeman. v Glendive Family Moving POPLAR, Jan.- 25.-(Speclal) William Walker received word that his sister,' Mrs. A. T. Ralston, will live at Eugene, Ore., after Feb. 1 . Ralston has been with Monarch - Lumber Co. at Glendive for five , years.' and has new interests in ' Oregon.'' The daughter, Sue, will accompany her parents, Allen Jr. ' will finish his course at the state . college. ; . Wed at Shelby SHELBY, Jan. . 25. (Special) ' Adeline Olson, daughter of Mr. and : Mrs. A. E. Olson of Tacoma, Wash., and Alton Geringer, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Geringer of Shelby, were married here at the Lutheran -church Saturday. The Rev. Alf, ' Romstad - officiated. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Geringer, parents of the bridegroom. Paralysis Fund Dance, ROY, Jan. 25. (Special) The annual dance for the infantile ' paralysis fund will be held Saturday night .. -- : Two Buy Farms SCOBEY, Jan. 25. (Speclal)-A county land sale of but two parcels hroueht 11.170 to Daniels county. Gus Odegard and Sam Church of JHuwtaU purchased farms. Northern 8 rest rooms and office are finished in knotty and clear pine. The colors are not the usual Great Northern steel gray but rather are delicately blended light colors Which leave no harsh reaction. The ceilings arc of wallboard and are exceptionally at tractive. Throughout the building the new fluorescent type of lighting has been installed. Waiting Room ':. The waiting room will, according to Agent E. M. Boyes, have three 20-seat benches of modern style. This room is located on the west end of the building. Rest rooms are to the south. . A drinking fountain is provided and directly above this improvement has been placed the mountain sheep head which was obtained by William J. Dorrlngton and purchased as a gift to the Great Northern by the A. F. of L., the Libby Commercial club and the Lions club. The head is very large and beauti ful, Below this interesting object will be placed a plaque of bronze upon which will be inscribed the legend. ", Spacious Office In the center of the building is located the spacious office. A ticket window, conductor's window and a dutch door connect this room with the waiting room. All new equip ment has been installed, from telegrapher's key to the intricate signal board. Plenty of cupboard space has been provided , and a master switchboard is here for control of lights in the building. r To the east of this fine room is e small heated room in which perishables may be kept. Directly to the north is the half basement in which the large oil furnace is located. This piece of equipment is regulated by a thermostat in the office. Out' side a 2,500-gallon tank is buried in the ground and will supply the oil to the furnace. Radiators In the various rooms provide the escape for the heat. Visible pipes carry heat to the radiators. ' Baggage Room At the extreme east end of the building the baggage room is located. This room is not heated and will be used for the nonperishable items received and- sent. Doors on both the south and north sides make handling of the shipments easier :: Agent Boyes stated that, as soon as the overpass is completed, he expects workmen will build a long platform to the west so passengers may have more ease in walking to and from the trains. . : ' Present plans indicate a dedica tion some time in the spring, at which. time high officials will be present. '.. - ,' In D, A. R. Contest RED LODGE, Jan. 25. (Special) Bearcreek high school seniors chose Irene Nlsh to represent them in the statewide Daughters of the American Revolution contest for the outstanding Montana high school girl. , . . .'. Two Initiated HARLOWTON, Jan. 25. (Spe cial) Word received from Bozeman is that Betty Settle and Peggy Moore were Initiated into Pi Beta Phi so rority at Montana State college, Both girls are graduates of the high school. Mrs. Edward Settle and son, Edward Jr, attended the Initiation, Marriage Licenses , SIDNEY. Jan. 25. (Special) Marriage licenses were Issued here to William J. Pfelffer and Sara Spence, Willlston: James G. Moe and Mel Tir Fredrfckson. Willlston. and Al bert Fred Miller and Helen Reldel, Falrview, Havre Brothers -J ' Photo b Wright Studio, Hvr The three sons of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Rhodes of Havre, all Eagle Scouts. From left to right they are: Bryce Rhodes, Keith Rhodes and Cecil Rhodes. Keith secured his Eagle rank on Dec. 18. He had 24 merit badges. Dance Highlight Of State College Social Activity BOZEMAN, Jan. 25. (Special) Highlight of the social calendar at Montana State college recently was the Montanan dance, held in the ballroom of the new student union building. The dance, a semlformal, Is sponsored annually by the "Montanan," college annual, and has as Its " feature the selection of five beauty queens who are pictured in the annual when it appears at the end of the school year. - The dance was In charge of Lloyd Schmitt of Stanford, senior in animal industry and editor of the 1941 "Montanaan.' This year it was the climaxing feature of the annual Rocky mountain intercollegiate press convention, to which Montana State college was host . . Beauty Queen Candidates - ! . Previous to the dance 25 girls had been selected by the fraternities and sororities on the campus as candidates for the title of beauty queen. Visiting delegates to the press conven- , tion selected live girls to reign as . beauty queens from - this , group. : . . ,: Candidates selected by the Greek organizations were Nadlne Carlson, Twin Bridges; Joyce Jones, Lewis- town; Marybelle Jondrow, Livingston; Alyce Jane Watson, Bozeman; Helen Butterfield, Rlchey; Beth Ma son, Helena; Jeanne Haynes, Boze man; Lucuie Quay, Butte. Peggy Sanders, Bozeman; Muriel Vendsel, Belt; Pat Sandbo, Stan Eagle Scouts ford; Rose Walsh, Anaconda; Vir ginia Dokken, Bozeman; Peggy Benson, PowelL Wyo.; Doris Stearns, Choteau; Florence Boyle, Anaconda; Jean Henderson, Bozeman; Marian Kimball, Bozeman. Lillian Durand, Bozeman; Jean Tait Whitehall; Ethyl Greybille, Great Falls: Margaret McCusker, Bozeman; Peg Roman, Bozeman; Wllby Jamesson, Anaconda, . and Betty Watte, Broadus. ' v , Those selected by the visiting Dress delegates as Montanan beauty queens for 1941 were Marybelle Jondrow, , Alyce Jane Watson, Jeanne Haynes, Nadine Carlson and Pat Sandbo. Ski Tournament In close finish the (Sigma Chis nosed out a victory over the Sigma Alpha Epsiion fraternity In the annual intramural ikl tournament held at Bear canyon last Sunday. Shirl Williamson. Bozeman. of the Sigma 'Chis placed the field of skiers with a total of 11 Doints, Bob Heisick, Bozeman, of the Sigma Chis and Bill Downs. Helena, of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity tied for second and third place In Individual honors with eight points eacn. sent O'Kelly. Butte, and Klrby Whitham, Bozeman, of the sigma Alpha Epsllons tied for fourth and fifth position with points each. Team standings as to final points were Sigma Chi, 19; Sigma Alpha v Sunburst Boy Saves Friend, Given Medal SUNBURST, Jan. 25. (Snecial) For rescue of Robert Harvey from drowning and restoring his breathing by artificial respiration on Aug. n, i4u, KODen uoggeit was presented with the "President's medal" of the National Safety council at the Sunburst high school auditorium this month, 'This award is given as fitting recognition only to persons who have saved a life using the Schae-fer prone pressure method. Presentation was made by Principal David Larin. H. S. McCray, superintendent of the Texas Co., addressed the student body on merits of first aid Instruction. .. Second Sunburst Award This is the second such award received at Sunburst, Arthur Price receiving a medal in 1936 for successful resuscitation In a gas asphyxiation case, which is of special significance since but 1.075 medals have been awarded by the National Safety council since this practice was inaugurated in May, 1928. Both recipients were Texas Co. trained. While in swimming last Aug. 17. Harvey went beyond his depth. In attempting to aid him, Doggett was seized by Harvey and both went to the bottom, where Doggett succeeded in breaking the hold. Artificial Respiration . After taking a breath, Doggett located his friend on the muddy bottom and swam with him to shore, where he immediately removed water from the patient and applied the prone pressure method of artificial respiration for 15 or 20 minutes before natural breathing , was restored. ' - Doggett received first aid training as a Boy Scout under a Texas Co. instructor, W. G. Ward, and later demonstrated artificial respiration before the court of honor. Through his training and prompt application of artificial respiration, Doggett has had the honor of saving a human life. ' ' Rural Electric Co-op Pays Part of Debt; Will Extend Lines SIDNEY, Jan. 25. (Special) President Nels Back explained advantages of a (32,000 loan from the government to the Lower Yellowstone Rural Electric association at its annual meeting here. Extension of the lines will carry service to Lambert and serve about 75 customers. The association In 1940 retired $7,500 of Its debt to the rural electrification administration. , New directors elected are A. H. Swenson, Clayton Worst, Axel Jor- genson, Back, Volney Anderson, Albert Groeklnsky and George Basso. Back was elected president; Worst, vice president, and. Anderson, secretary-treasurer. ' . Epsiion, 17; Lambda Chi Alpha, 8, and Kappa Sigma, 1. The Sigma Chis had first and third places in the Jumping, third in the slalom ML Ht t. tv 4Via taamVtlll Wk, mm mau miu umu u wic vivtt race. The 8. A. E.s captured second, fourth and fifth places in the Jumping, first and fourth In the slalom and fourth and mtn in me downhill. Second place in both slalom and downhill were taken by Lambda Chi Alpha and fifth place in the slalom by Kappa Sigma. The results of the slalom race were: First, Klrby Whitham; second, Bill Downs; third, Shirl Williamson; fourth, Kent O'Kelly, and fifth, Gil Baldwin, Whlteflsh. Dowa-hlll race, Shirl Williamson, Bill Downs, Bob Heisick, Kirby Whitham and Kent O'Kelly. Jumping events, Bob Heisick, Kent O'Kelly, Shirl Williamson, Don McLaughlin, Butte, and Dick Briggs, Bozeman. The tournament Judges and referees were Henry Hlbbard, president of the Montana State college ski club; Dean Kelley and Nela Nelson.

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