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June 23, 1965 dnes MINERAL COUNTY INDEPENDENT-NEWS, Hawthorne, Nevada PAGE THR] NTY FAIR II JULYS-9- I0- 11  ISHOP, CALIF. ds open 9 a.m. to 11 .pxn. Daily j f_ se Show, profio an , . II  Senior Horse Show and Open Rodeo L-j Unor Livestock Aucton and Open Rodeo r CARNIVAL ALL FOUR DAYS [ 8-9-10-11, hope to do better than this waddie's unorthodox means of getting off a bull. Some of the roughest, toughest, WIMER SPECALS lJ meanest humpbacks in the business will be n lmnd fr the the action, and the scene bove is certain to be duplicated more than a few times. Entries for this open rodeo close on July 9 at 6 p.m. Entry forms may be obtained by writing the Triounty Fair office, Box 608, Bishop, Calif. ESTS Plastic 25 ft. HOSE "88 Torches ,,$1.66 Plastic Web Lounges ,00$6.95 Wooden for Tots "99 Local Residents Hold Offices in lOaF Grand Lodge j Joseph Berlatt of Hawthorne i was elected grand patriarch of the Grand Encampment I.O.- ]O.F. of Nevada during the an- I nual sessions of that branch of K. O. Knudson of Las Vegas was elected grand master of the Grand Lodge Independent Order of Odd Fellows of Ne- vada, and Mary (Mrs. William) I Bright of Reno was elected president of the Rebekah As. sembly I.O.O.F. of Nevada, at the annual grand ledge sessions held in Reno last week. Wellington Jailers, Sr., of Hawthorne was elected u- preme grand lodge representa- tive of the Odd Fellows. Other officers elected were Dan In. dermuhl, Carson City, vice president; E. Gone Dertinger, ,Reno, warden; Phil N. Orth, Reno, secretary; John W. Sny-i der, Reno, treasurer; C. B.i Wychoff and Harry Siegmann, ,both of Reno, trustees; and Robert Thorndyke, Hawthorne color bearer. the Odd Fellows order. Two other Hawthorne men were elected grand encampment of- ricers. They are Harvey Gor. don, high priest, and Welling- ton Jeffers, St., marshal. Hawthorne Rebekahs select- ed for grand ledge officers were Grace Glover, in the group of aides, supporters and pages; Wanda Barton and An. ita Tennison, members of the Joint Youth Committee. MOTHER DIES IN MONTANA Mrs. Earl Sueling was callerl to Montana on June 9, by the death of her m6ther, Mrs. Eth- el Carpenter. Mrs. Carpenter has visited Hawthorne several times and has made many !friends here Variety DAVIS MARKET ! 1 Prices Effective -- June 24, 25 ,26, 27 We reserve the right to limit quantities 945-2926 H SUGAR ,u.,c..,. .................. 5 .o.,,.,,_ 5,Q00 ES .o,.,.s6 ,o,98 Beans ,,,s_ 4,o, 98 H EGGS MEDIUM MISSION -- CUT Green Beans ,,,,s6,o, 98 MISSION CORN ,,,,s,,.,_o,,,,6 ,o,98 OR'O00 Dozen--75 DEL MONTE -- 8 OUNC[ TINS FOOD .............. 10,o, 98 Tomato Sauce ........ 10,o, 89 KRISPy ERS ................ 1 LB. BOX 29 13'argeque Sauce ,, oz. 39 RGARiNE 5 .o0.-:s saung s,,o, 3 k';, .... 75 II TUNA "'""'(""' '' 85=-r,o;- .............. no sage 4,o,79 Peanut Butter - 18oz. JAR |.i9 IC FOAM ICE CHESTS __ ,,tVt PIES ................ 3 AND UP FOR ................ 98 T POT PIES CHICKEN, BEEF OR TURKEY 5 98 FOR ................ ' " EXTRA Beef ,,,, 3 ,,,'1.19 RIB STEAK .................... ,o..0 MEANT FRANI(S :LB---CEL'O- 2 PACKA6E,- 98', Steak ................ POUND 79 Jl Slab Bacon ,,,,,,,c,--,,.55 D HAMS BUTT ENDS OR SHANK LqCDS ................................ POIDID Divot Data A star-studded field of eft- trants assaulted the local course last Saturday in a Bene- fit Tournament to swell the VIarch of Dimes funds by $18. When the last sign of dust had cleared away from the roughs there stood Bill Wnit worth, again holding all the marbles. Like Old Man River, Whitworth just kept rolling along to card a net 63 which was good for his second tour- nament victory in as many weeks. Two strokes back was on Orndorff, shooting a 65 for 2rid place. LFor the participants there was even more/un and games in the form of a merchandioe drawing in which, appropriate. 13, enough, Jet Jackson won a "Slambo" (whatever that is) ; elder statesman John Sinkey was awarded a "StrokeCount. er"; Don Sutton gleefully ac. eepted a 'ving-Trainer'; and Sam Larson took home a Putt. er Cover. March of Dimes Tournamen director Bert Dow is to ]So complimented on staging this fine tournament for a worthy cause. There will be NO tour. naments scheduled this week. end as the local golfers do bat. tle with their counterpart,s from Fallon and Carson City at the Carson City links. See you there? Tournament chairmen for next month are: July 3 & 4 -- John Olesnewicz and Gary Cox Sidewalk Art Show To Be Held in Yerington Aug. 14 The Pizen Switch Art Club of Yerington has invited the members of the Walker Lake Art Club to participate in a one-day sidewalk art show Sat- urday, August 14. For a $1.00 entry lee the art. isis may show as many of their works as they want but only one entry of each artist will be judged. The artists will be re-: sponsible for setting up and tending their own sidewalk art display. A $50.00 prize will be given for best of show. Division: For the Night. For the Pleasant Morning Light. For Rest and For all that makes the world so Fair. Specimens of roses, peren- nials, annuals and house plans of any kind will be exhibited. Ribbons will be awarded in all classes. Judges will be Mrs. June Schweer and Mrs. Lurid Baer. Look for our posters in mer chant's windows giving sched- ule and rules. Pictures will be taken, and who knows, you might be the one with the blue ribbon. For any information concerning the show, call 945- 2191. Happy gardening. BOLLMANS ENJOY FAMILY REUNION Recent visitors in the Ben. jamin E. Bellman home were their two sons and family. The Roy. Jay W. Bollman and wife, Louise, and two sons, Kenny and Eric, came from Conneaut- vllle, Pennsylvania. And Lynn Bollman came from Fort Hood, Texas, where he recently com- pleted his term in the Army. Lynn has now gone to Se- attle, Washington where he is enrolled in the Graduate School of the University of Washirg. ton. Jay is serving in a 4- point parish in northwestern Pennsylvania along with the Rev. Jack Larson. This was the first time that the Boll man family had been togeth- er since 1959. BROWNIE SCOUT :INV]TITURE JUNE 28 The regular meeting of the Brownies was held Friday, June 18 at the Scout House in Babbitt. We finished our Fa- ther's Day gifts. Refreshments were served by Eileen Destur and Tommy Sharp. All Brown. ies are asked to wear uniforms or a dress at the June 28 meet. in g as the Investiture Cere many is to be held at the meet. lng that day. Mrs. Souza re- quests that all money or the cookies be turned in immediate ly. --Cheryl Martin. There is no carge for pu llshlng news Rema Reports of social and pe1snal activities Ill be appreciated. Babbitt Beauty Shop NOW OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGT Tuesday thru Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. CALL 945-3212 For Appointment Division: Culbertson Enterprises Yardage Sale July 10 & 11 -- Howard Baker and F. M. Clark 33 d July 17 & 18 -- Harold Iverson and John Ireland WaS 69c now a yer July 24 & 25 -- Paul Gflliland L\\; New from Graff WHITE SWAN t A Few Odd Sized Boys UNIFORMS BERMUDAS Sleeveless Print J BRAS BLOUSES  8l[*r|ved J 11" S-- 3 to 18 $3.98 ......  from $1.19 up BOys or Girls SEESUCKER Boxer Shorts $].|9 Bs Sleeveless Knit uscle Shirts now $1.25 Small Group CLOTHING CENTER Ladies Hats V2 price SUMMER INA NEW UNINHIBITED FASHION! BY HELENA RUBINSTEIN For your HPS and fmgertip-col- ors so provocative they may be banned on the beachl Nothing but the nudest hints and tints of color-but oh what a great big splash they make! There's no law against wearing these Bikinis out to dinuer. Wear them on your Ups... your fingertips,., your toes, Choose a whole wardrobe of Bikinis in Bikini Pink, Bikini Coral, Bikini Peach, Bikini . Long slim Fashion Stick, 1.75. Short, curvy Wedding Ring Lipstick, 1.25. Matching Crystal Nall Fashion, 1.00. Prim plus tax. J O H N S O N'S PHARMACY GREEN THUMB GARDEN CLUB The regular meeting of the Club was held at the home of Mrs. Joyce Collie June 15. Only a lew members were pres. ent due to illness in the lam- ily and vacation time. Pro- grams for the coming months were discussed and decided up- on. Plans for the Flower Show to be held July 13 at 221 Dahl- gren, Bmbbitt, were made. Dif- lerent themes were suggested, and one was chosen for it's meaning and simplicity of ar. rangements. As this is our first effort in this field, and somethifig new to 'Hawthorne, Babbitt, we are hoping enough people will be interested in exhibiting to make it a worth-while project. If it proves to be successful, it could be made into an annual event and really become a high-light in the community to look forward to. There's no reason for Haw. thorne.'Babbitt not h a v i n g events as big and interesting as our neighboring towns. All it takes is for the towns.peo- ple to get into .the spirit of competition. There are any number of beautiful yards, both in Haw- thorne and Babbitt. ,Wouldn't you ladies like to say, "'I won a blue ribbon at the Flower Show?" Do come and emhlbR along with the Gtrden Club members. Our theme for the Show is: ",We Thank Thee." There will be four classes in the Artistic NEW.* -- FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE NOTIONS -- Seam binding - rick rack -etc. I We have a new supply of zippers & thread With a Purchase of A McCALLS PATTERN 10% OFF on your Choice of One of Our New Summer Fabrics Sale Starts  Thursday  10 a.m. I and Don Orndorff July 31 -- Eugene Foster THE LADIES -- B 'F.$I ,We do not have a report on the Ladies Day activities for Wednesday, June 16, howeve we do want to give recognition to the winners of the past two Sunday's S c o.t c h Foursome Tournaments. On Sunday, the 13th, first place honors went to the team ,of Perry Luee and Bess Sad. ler. There was a 3-way tie for second spot between Bill Poole and Gladys Baxter; Don Orn. dorff and Joan McCloskey: and Fred Baer and Loretta Luce. The Baer-Luce combine lost out on the draw for cash and had to settle just for the glory. The team of Herb Anderson and Helen Poole inished just one stroke ahead to take high money on Sunday, the 20th, with Bernie White and Lor- etta Luce right on their heels for second place moola. Ef you haven't been coming out for these mixed foursomes on Sunda: afternoon you are missing a good deal of fun. The more entries, the more prize money, so get up a party and be out here next week. FORE 1 GROUP of SOLIDS and a FEW PRINTS