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Bear Creek Items. (Special to The News) S!,? The Bearcreek Miners defeated the Red Lodge Indians again Sunday on the local diamond by a score of 15 to 10. It was the fourth defeat Bear county for the local boys. Figuring the total games that have been played this season, the Miners now have a winning percentage of .813. Although Sundays game was a loosely played affair yet it was full of thrills and sensations for the fans. The Miners gained the lead in the first creek has handed Red Lodge this sea son, and the tenth victory in Carbon inning and held it until the fifth. Loos ing control and getting poor support, the Miners' pitcher, Moore, allowed the visitors four runs in the fifth inning, putting Red Lodge in the lead, 10 to 6. With the local fans yelling madly for victory, the home boys went to, bat in the eighth still on the short end of a 10 to 7 score. Determined to keep their lead, the Indians sent Koski, their speed ball artist, to the mound to relieve Pietila. Koski went strong until his infield blew up and permitted the Indians to run wild on the bases and cross the rubber seven times. It was an old fashioned swat fest with the fans rushing out to the playing field and applauding the rally their ball tossers were staging. Forsyth, the Miners center gardner, played a stellar game. He made two sensational running catches the first coming down in the second inning with the bases loaded and two down. Capt. Johnson atoned for his errors in the short field by begging five hits and making five R. H. E. Bearcreek 330001071 16 16 6 Red Lodge 131140000 10 89 Batteries: Bearcreek—Moore and Tatum; Red Lodge—Pietila, Koski, Doran and Herosma. Umpires, Reid runs. Score by innings; a Wyoming game next Sunday and will take his club on to Gebo where they are scheduled to play oh Labor Day. and Morris. Scorekeeper, Mikesell. Manager Ramsey is negotiating for Little Jeanette Arvin entertained a ternoon complimentary to her fifth birthday. Games and stories were in dulged 'in after which refreshments served with the usual birthday number of her friends on Tuesday af were cake in pink and white as the attrac tion of the party. The hostess was the recepient of many pretty gifts. The guests were Ruth Hynds, Midge and Mina Hawthorne, Midge Reinhart, Virginia and Roslyn Van, Margaret and Lucille Mozelle, Elsie Deroore, Agnes Young, Olga Morensic, Helen McNeil, Jean Garnett, Ruth Reed, Margaret Christiani, and Billy Stacey, Junior Brown, Charles and Earnest Dunne, Horton Gardiner and Buddy Hawthorne. Mrs. Ed Garnett and the Misses Ewa Reed and Sybil Christiani assisted in the serving. The home of Mrs. Joe Stacey was the scene of a delightful party on Tuesday evening, honoring her house guest, Mrs. Harvey Breighton. The evening was spent playing "B00". Lunch was served at mid night. The guests were Mrs. Alex Hynds, Mrs. William Dempster, Mrs. Ben Rosan der, Mrs. Carl Peterson. Mrs. J. Bab cock, Miss Helen Yanchesin, Mrs. Nettie Crawshow, of Forsyth and the honor guest. Mrs. J. Babcock won the prize for high score. Mrs. T. E. Erasure entertained at dinner Friday evening. The table wag very pretty with its decoration of Garden flowers. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leavens and daughter, Miss Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Lamport, Miss Gertrude Luhr of Red Lodge, Frank Clark, of sen, Clarks, Wyo., Mrs. Howell McKinnon and Mr. and Mrs. Erasure. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Reed enteratined at dinner Wednesday evening at their home on First street. The table was beautiful in its decoration of garden flowers. The evening was spent play ing "600". Covers were laid for Mr, and Mrs. A. F. Christiani, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Arvin. and the Misses Naomi Youst and Gladys Newby. Ed Soulsby and Les Soulsby arrived here Saturday from American Falls, Idaho, where they have been the past summer. After attending to business here they returned Monday. They were accompanied home by Francis Johnson and Dean Forney. The "Highbug" ball team played against the First Street team Satur day resulting in a victory for the Highbug boys, the score being 12 to 11. Batteries for Highbug were James Murray and Bill Pryde. First Street, j Stanley Laukitis, Dean Forney and Will Chesarek. I - I Mrs. Alex Hatherell, of Washoe, was unfortunate in having her car upset on Thursday on her way to Bearcreek. She was just turning the corner at the end of company row when her steering wheel became locked and the car turned over twice before landing, Aside from a few bruises, Mrs. Hath erel! was not seriously injured. of ed - The slaughter house owned by the Peoples Co-Operative store and local ed east of town was totally destroyed by fire Thursday evening. The house had been used in the morning for ren dering lard and it is thought the fire ; started from the stove. - J. H. Varner returned home Friday after spending the summer in Pennsyl vania. Mrs. Varner and son will re main there indefinitely on account of Mrs. Varner's mother being in very poor health. - Mr and Mrs, S. M. Arvin entertained at "600" Tuesday evening. Lunch was served at a late hour. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Youst, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Reed, Mr. and Mrs. A. ! F. Christiani and the Misses Naomi | Youst and Gladys Reed, The ranch home of Mr, and Mrs. Lukus was the scene of a merry party Sunday. Dinner was served to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Morgan and daughter, of Wa shoe, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Pillman, of Thermopolis and Mr. and Mrs. H. Lukus and family. Mesdames George Youst, Ben Eckloe and S. M. Arvin left Sunday for a They will make the trip on horseback at through the Clarks Fork Canyon trail. weeks outing in the Sunlight Basin. Miss Harvey Breighton, who has been visiting at the Joe Stacey home for several weeks left Thursday for - Frank Sconflenza and daughter, Hannah, left Monday for Minneapolis, where they were called by the serious her home at Fremont, Neb. illness of Morris Sconflenza. - Mesdames J. C. F. Siegfriedt, K. Fort and George Mushbach spent the week end at the Siegfriedt cabin at Piney Dell. - Mr. and Mrs. Robert McDonald, who have been employed in Yellowstone Park this summer returned this week. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Soulsby, Mrs. Ed Soulsby and son, Artie, arrived Mon day from American Falls. - Miss Lena Tonetti, of Tacoma, Wash., was the dinner guest of Mrs. Frank Robel Monday, Alec Laird, Paul Fekety and Ken neth Poderjay attended the dance at Belfry Saturday evening. Charles McCutcheon, of Minneapolis, is in town to install a new iceless foun tain at the Gardner Drug Co. Mrs. Dave Thomas and Miss Cather ine Bowman, of Washoe were shop pers In town Saturday. Mrs. Howell McKinnon and Mrs. Walter Lamport were Red Lodge shop pers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Gardner went to Billings Friday to be the guests of friends over the week end and to at tend "The Rivals" at the Babcock. Miss Mayme Wright returned on Thursday from Billings where she had been spending several days with rel atives. She was enroute home from Dillon, where she had attended school this summer. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Richardson and Mrs. John McDonald were guests at the Reschnski ranch near Bridger Sun day. Ray Smith, of Billings, was a guest At the Gardner home Monday evening. John McClellan, of Chance, was at tending to business here Tuesday. T. E. Erasure was a business caller in Billings Friday. transacting business here Monday. A1 Gallineaux, of Billings, was Bill Pryde and Woodrow Mikrse' spent Thursday and Friday witi friends in Red Lodge. Frank Kaslelitz was a busines caller in Red Lodge Thursday. Callie Ramsey was a caller in Red Lodge Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Pillman, ol Thermopoli» are attending a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charle; Frankovich. A. F. Christian! spent a few day» last week attending to business it Anaconda. - Miss Margaret McKee spent a few days last week in Red Lodge with friends, Mia» Mayme Irvine was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Alex Hatherell, in Washoe Friday. Mrs. Joe Stacey and family return ed Friday from a few days visit with friends in Bridger. Joe Clark, of Red Lodge, was in town a short while Friday. - S. W. Kelsey was a Red Lodge caller Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Garnett and family spent Sunday on Bennett Creek. . - Miss Naomi Youst was a guest of friends in Red Lodge Thursday and Friday, Dr. J. W. Reed was transacting busi ness in Billings Friday. Joseph and Betty McClellan, of Bil lings are spending the week at the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth CcClellan. Mrs. H. Hopka, who had spent sev eral days at the Siegfriedt home re turned to Roundup Tuesday. Miss Faye Anderson, of Belfry was calling on friends here Wednesday. S. M. Arvin and George Youst spent Sunday in Clarks Fork Canyon. Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson, of Gebo, Wyo., are spending a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Berger, Mrs. George Mushbach, of Billings, spent several days last week as the guest of Mrs. J. C. F. Siegfriedt. Mrs. Carl Foust and son, Junior, spent a few days the past week as the guest of Mrs. Alex Hawthorne, - ■ Godfrey Sumicek returned home on Thursday from Boyd where he has been employed this summer. Sam Alexander spent Thursday Ash ing on Little Rocky. Mr. and Mrs. J. Babcock and son, Mill, were shoppers in Red Lodge Fri day. Frank Rebel was attending to busi ness in Red Lodge Friday. Mrs. A. F. Christiani and daughters were guests of friends in Billings over the week end. That Man, Father "And now, my lad, let me know what you are planning for your career?" "I want to be the same as you, fa ther!" 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