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Directory of National, State and Local
Officers, and Local Organizations
.. Harry S. Truman
Edward R. Stettinius
.... Henry Morganthau
. Henry L. Stimson
.... James V. Forrestal
. Francis Biddle
. Robert Hannegan
.. Harold L. Ickes
.... Claude R. Wickard
. Henry Wallace
. Frances Perkins
President .
Secretary of State .
Secretary of the Treasury
Secretary of War .
Secretary of Navy.
Attorney General .
Postmaster General .
Secretary of the Interior
Secretary of Agriculture .
Secretary of Commerce ...
Secretary of Labor .
Harlan P. Stone
Associate Justices: Hugo L. Black, W. B. Rutledge, William L. Doug
las, Stanley F. Reed, Owen J. Roberts, Francis J.
Murphy, Felix Frankfurter, Robert H. Jackson.
Chief Justice
Burton K. Wheeler
James E. Murray
Representatives :
. Wilsall
Mike Mansfield, first district .
Wesley A. D'Ewart, second district
.;.. Sam C. Ford
. Ernest C. Eaton
. Sam W. Mitchell
.;.. George Porter
. John J. Holmes
. R. V. Bottomly
. Elizabeth Ireland
. Howard A. Johnson
... E. K. Cheadle, C. F. Morris,
Hugh Adair, Albert Angstman
.Frank Murray
Horace F. Casey, Ch.
E. A. Dye, Chairman
.Albert H. Kruse
.J. W. Carney
.J. S. McFarland
. Paul Raftery
. J. W. Walker
Rutledge Parker
Governor .
Lieutenant Governor .
Secretary of State..
Treasurer .
State Auditor .
Attoi'ney General .
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Chief Justice of the Supreme Court
Associate Justices .
Clerk of the Supreme Court.
Railroad and Public Service Commission
State Tax Commission.
Commissioner Agriculture, Labor and Industry
Fire Marshal.
Game Warden..
Secretary of Livestock Commission
Registrar of State Lands .
State Forester .
Howard W. Holmes
E. K. Bowman, Chairman
. Dr. Frank Terrill
. E. H. Williams
State Highway Engineer .
Board of Hail Insurance .
Superintendent of Galen Sanitarium
Adjutant General.
Charles N. Pray and R. Lewis Brown
. Charles R. Garlow
. W. H. Bartley
.Lewis Penwell
. Leo R. Spogen
Federal judges.
Clerk . .
Collector of customs .
Collector of Internal Revenue
Postmaster (Red Lodge) .
.Guy C. Derry and Ben Harwood
State Senator .
Representatives .
.H. A. Simmons
. George W. O'Connor, Fromberg
S. P. Wilson, Boyd
. J. M. Anderson, Luther, Chairman
Lewis Hetland, Joliet; Paul Lose, Belfry
.... George McDonald
Robert Cunningham
. J. J. Gillen
. Hilda Richeson
.. E. P. Conwell
Mrs. Violette Romek
. William Burke
. Edward Olcott
. Dr. E. M. Adams
_ C. E. Thompson
County Commissioners .
Clerk and Recorder and Assessor
Sheriff .
Treasurer .
Clerk of the District Court .
Superintendent of Schools.
Surveyor .
Coroner .
Health Officer.
Public Administrator_
Carbon County High School Board of Trustees:
Dr. E. M. Adams, O. J. Simmons, M. H. Mann, Vern Cowger,
Harry Owens, George Bell, Mrs. Violette Romek
H C Olcott
. F H Alden
. Tno '
Hubert" A'."simmons, Jr.
. Nelson Lane
.J. H. McAllister
. Dr. E. M. Adams
.... Gus B. Foltz and J. M. Waters
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. R0y D T ° ne ^°? and J °* EnnC °
t v -n/r ia t a ^at^t a + ' p? ns ' Chairman j
John McDonald, J. Edward Nordstrom, Chester Hagen.
Albert Bekkarinen; George DeBourg, clerk
Mayor .
Clerk . . .
Treasurer .
Attorney .
Police Judge .
Chief of Police .
Health Officer ..
Aldermen, first ward.
Aldermen, second ward.
Aldermen, third ward.
Board of School District No. 1
Red Lodge Commercial Club
L. M. Slavens
Inquiry Club
Vice President .. Kearney B erven
C. E. Hickok
Treasurer _
Julius Hovland
.... Mrs. J. M. Waters
Mrs. William Burke
Mrs. Loren Newman
Red Lodge Churches
Methodist Episcopal, J. D. Smith
Assembly of God .. P. W. Fenton
St. Agnes Catholic, Thos. Starkle
Rotary International
Meets Thursday noon, Natali's
President .
Vice President
Secretary .
American Legion, Carbon Post
Vice Commander, Harry Walters
Finance Officer _ J. M. Waters
Sergeant at arms, William Doran
. C. R. Schmidt
. H. C. Olcott
Richard Gilder
Leo R. Spogen
Ted Schmitz
O. J. Salo
American Legion Auxiliary
Mrs. Matt Sironen
1st Vice Pres., Mrs. Arni Patana
2nd Vice Pres., Mrs. Isabella Rue
Secretary .... Mrs. C. R. Schmidt
Sergeant at arms, Mrs. W. Doran
Rod and Gun Club
President ..
Vice President
Treasurer .
Secretary _
. Joe Enrico
.A1 Sloulin
. Joe Bailey
Kearney Berven
Venus Chapter No. 32
Order of the Eastern Star
Wor. Matron, Margaret Newman
Asso. matron .
Asso Patron .... Leonard Hamrell
Asso. Cond.Winifred Schmidt
Irma Boundy
... Edna Moore
Audrey Bailey
.. Mae Simpson
Star in the West No. 40
A. F. & A. M.
Worshipful Master .. D. L. Nelson
Senior Warden, W. F. Columbus
Junior Warden, Howard Freeman
- Gus B. Foltz
Fred H. Alden
Vice President
Sec.-Treas., J. Edward Nordstrom
Frank Sicora
Beartooth Lodge No. 534, BPOE
Exated Ruler
Esteemed Leading Knight .
. John H. Honkala
Esteemed Loyal Knight . „...
. Ray Russell
Esteemed Lecturing Knight ....
.. Frank Ward
Hiram Baretta
... F. H. Alden
Aerie No. 742, Fraternal Order
of Eagles
. H. E. Baretta
..Ford Skinner
Mario Marchello
.. Frank Ward
Loyal Order of Moose
Past Governor. Frank Kussell
Vice Governor
Secretary .
Treasurer ._... Fred Schneider
Women of the Moose, No. 518
Senior Regent, Margaret Marshall
Junior Regent
Recorder .
Treasurer .
Chaplain .
H. A. Graves
President .
Vice President
Secretary _
Treasurer .
A. W. Lantta
Ted Schmitz
.... Jeanette Lantta
... Della Sconfienza
... Pauline Dimich
- Anna Yelich
Morning Star No. 32,
Rebekah Lodge
Noble Grand .. Mrs. Alice Sloulin
Sec.Mrs. Marian Adams
Mrs. Lucy Lyons
Mountain View Camp No. 5290
Royal Neighbors of America
Recorder .
Receiver _
. Margaret Fluke
. Maud Albert
_ Hazel Updegraff
.... Mary Loncharich
Garfield No. 36, IOOF
Acting N. G. .. George McDonald
Acting V. G., Ralph Christiansen
John Peters
... John Sim
Burr Viers
England has a postwar reforest
program which will provide
employment for 50,000 men.
Inspector Explains
Berry Measurements
It seems to be a rather common
practice for berry and cherry
growers who sell these fruits in
bulk or at their home places to
use the gallon measure, states R.
E. Bancroft, inspector for the
Montana department of agricul
The gallon as commonly used
liquid measure and the Mon
tana weights and measures law
states: "It shall be unlawful for
any person to sell solid substances
by liquid measure."
Therefore, he said, all persons
selling fruit by the liquid gallon
violating the law and giving
the buyer approximately 14 per
cent less fruit than they should
receive for four quarts dry mea
Berries and cherries should be
sold by the standard dry measure
quart or by the pound and never
by the gallon, he said.
is a
Exhibit Shown By
Former Resident
An oil painting exhibit by Mrs.
E. R. Dygert of Sheridan, Wyo.,
and daughter of Albin Kortes of
Red Lodge, is now on display at
the Sheridan Electric Co.
The display includes a view of
the Big Horn mountains, six por
traits of married couples and of
four children, crochet work and
agate jewelry from Wyoming and
the Yellowstone valley. These
were arranged by Mrs. Marie
Avery, instructor of art in the
Sheridan schools.
President—Marding College
Searcy. Arkansas
Who May Think?
Stopped by a traffic signal while
driving in a narrow, busy street
few days ago, my ear caught a fa
miliar, musical note. Just beyond
the sidewalk, through a big, open
door, a blacksmith was shaping
shoes for a farmer's heavy team.
Horns behind me suggested moving
along before I had finished looking,
but it was an inspiration to watch
this workman, so skillful and ener
Moving-picture blacksmiths are
elderly gentlemen with droopy mus
taches, but not this man. He was
about 30, clean shaven and active.
The tempo of his hammer was live
ly. The hopeful picture he unwit
tingly posed of post-war America has
come to mind several times since.
More recently I have been listen
ing to men discuss post-war plans
that involved moulding public opin
Fabricating Sentiment
"Knowledge is Power." The words
are supposed to have flowed from
016 peQ ol ZfZZf 7° about 300
fears ago, but I think Bacon lifted
thls ch ° lce blt h of Zf* 0 ™ S t ol °:
" on ; f r ° v t erbs 2 1' 5 ' has t stood
the tast oi U Z e : Popular sent ! m
can be moulded. No informed per
son will deny it. Hitler did it. Na
tional leaders do it all the time,
consc i 0 usly or unconsciously, for
tt /
years in China I
watched selfish local war lords ex
ercise their power over a patient,
toiling peasantry. It could be done
easily where the great mass of the
people were unlearned, as in China,
where 80% could neither read nor
write. Unlearned masses sometimes
rebel, but they usually fail because
the energy they exert is not power;
only ill-directed force.
Common Sense of Most
For 156 years the United States
has prospered and grown as a re
public. This is superior to a democ
racy in that it provides for the safe
ty and protection of minorities. A
democracy places the minority at
the mercy of the majority, some
times just as heartlessly as a dic
tatorship. That is why minorities
have retained freedom in Amer
ica; why each individual is still free
to think for himself.
It is impossible to get a corner on
a nation's ideas. Every man and
woman has a brain and there is
only one way to keep them from
utilizing these assets to enrich them
selves and the whole race, namely,
keep 'em ignorant. The American
way Is the other way: schooling is
free; libraries are everywhere;
press and radio prosper keeping
people informed. Our people have
knowledge and our nation has
An Offensive Figure
A country, whose leaders want the
benefit of the best thinking of the
whole nation, is on its way up. A
nation that confines its thinking and
planning to boards and bureaus is on
its way down. Central planners rea
son thus: "The blacksmith has a
head on him, but so does his ham
mer. Why bother about either? We
will do the thinking and the plan
Germany planned for the whole
of her people, but her wages were
only half as high as American wages
In 1939. Russia does governmental
planning for all of her people. Wages
there were about one-sixth of Amer
ican wages in 1939. I am for keep
ing our Republic, for 'drawing on the
Intelligence of our entire population
and for keeping a well and correctly
ixxformed public. "Knowledge is
Boyd News Items
By Mrs. Charlotte Shoop
Cadet Nurse Frieda Hunter was
home from Bozeman from Friday
to Sunday of last week for a visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Hunter.
If anyone stayed at home the
Fourth it was not noticeable in
Red Lodge where most families
of this community celebrated by
attending the rodeo and picnick
ing. The greeting of friends and
neighbors and servicemen was
heard everywhere.
A 4-H club meeting was held
Friday at the home of Miss Jane
Miss Mary Jean Plowman has
gone to California for a visit with
Staff Sergeant Duart Williams
is visiting at the Edgar Gruel
home after spending 32 months
overseas in Africa, Italy, France,
Germany, and Austria. He wears
the French croix de guerre along
with his other decorations.
Technical Sergeant Earl Kel
logg is visiting at the Earl Ken
yon home. He is to be discharged
under the point system after serv
ing almost four years in the army.
The Rev. Donald Redfield of
Fromberg held church services
Sunday night because of the Sun
day school camp to be held at
Luocock park next Sunday.
Frank Steif has his knee in a
cast because of a fall which tore
the ligaments loose.
Floyd Huddleston has purchas
ed an electric milker to help cut
down the work with his herd of
dairy cows.
Miss Jeanne Meyers of Laurel
was a visitor at the Lee Banta
home the past week.
First. Lieutenant Terry Jarvi
and wife are visiting at the home
of his brothers, Elmer and Emil
A wedding dance was given in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Kebschull, who were married last
week at Hobson, at the Odd Fel
low hall in Joliet by Mr. and Mrs.
William Kebschull Saturday eve
ning. Vern Daniels of Billings, an
old time favorite musician here,
set the pace with his violin for
the dancing, which included the
old fashioned square dances as
well as the more modern ones.
Supper was served to 150 friends
and relatives. The head table was
centered with a three-tiered wed
ding cake fn pink and white in
harmony with the pink and white
bouquets. At the table were Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Kebschull, Mr.
and Mrs. William Kebschull, Mr.
and Mrs. Hoffman of Bridger,
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Kebschull of
Bridger, Mr. and Mrs. Schwin,
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Zumbrun,
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Jarvi, First
Lieutenant Terry Jarvi and wife,
Captain Gene Daniels of Billings,
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Daniels of Bil
lings, Harry Kebschull, Miss Don
na Sells, Miss Marjory Winkler,
and Wallace Blain. Mr. and Mrs.
Kebschull will make their home
at Hobson where Mr. Kebschull
is employed in farming.
The community was saddened
by the sudden death of Mrs. Jen
nie Sauerwein Saturday morning.
Although Mrs. Sauerwein had
been ill for some time, she had
recovered sufficiently to be up
again. The Sauerweins are our
oldest residents, having lived on
their ranch for the past 40 years.
Last March they celebrated their
62nd wedding anniversary.
Gerhart Hartman of Boston ar
rived this week to spend his vaca
tion at his ranch here.
Miss Norma Ennis of Billings
was visiting her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Ennis, the past week.
Mrs. Helen Farrier and daugh
ter, Sonya, of Helena are visiting
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rogerson of
Centralia, Wash., visited at the
Carrol Meyers home the past
Mrs. Nora Anderson, Myrtle
and Art Cassidy of Boyd attended
a birthday dinner at the Mack
Anderson home in Billings this
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Reed and
family of Sheridan, Wyo., visited
Mrs. Kenneth Nelson the past
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Bearcreek News
By Mrs. Joe Naglich
Sergeant William Reid is home
after being discharged from the
army air corps. He served nine
months in France and Belgium.
His wife and children are expect
ed to arrive from England within
a few months.
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Sanderson and
children and June Preval of Oil
mont were guests last week of
Mrs. Mary Irvine, Mrs. Sander
son's mother. The children will
remain for a two-weeks' visit
with their grandmother.
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Richardson
of Cooke City, former residents,
spent the week-end at the Alex
Hawthorne home.
Jerome Chelico of Cleveland,
Ohio, was entertained at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Domenic
Favero Saturday evening. Other
guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Baldwin and Shirley McDonald.
Mrs. Josephine Fredlund and
daughter, Mildred, of Chinook is
on an extended visit with her
mother, Mrs. Frances Chesarek.
Private First Class Gus Knut
tila has been discharged from the
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Di Pasquale
and son, Mrs. Linda Daley and
children were guests of Mrs. Mary
Marinchek Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Naglich en
tertained at a waffle supper for
Sergeant William Rae Saturday.
Present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Rae, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Frank De
Ville, Jr., Mrs. Robert Rae of Bre
merton, Wash., Mi's. William Rae,
and the honored guest.
Ed. Cenis of Spokane visited
here last week with Mr. and Mrs.
Marcel Cenis.
Lt. and Mrs. Charles Maxwell
of Amarillo, Tex., are the parents
of a daughter born on July 4.
Private First Class Chris Ru
bich has returned from California
after receiving his discharge from
the army.
Mr. and Mrs. Mike Legurski
spent last week in Sheridan,
Wyo., visiting Mr. Legurski's bro
ther-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. Bert Ahlstrom.
Maxine and Robert Black of
Cody are staying at the home of
their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Black.
Sergeant William K. Rae left
Tuesday for a port of embarka
tion after a two-weeks' furlough
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Rae.
Mrs. Doris Bell, Miss Doris
Lochridge and Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Sconfienza spent Sunday
at the Domenic Favero home.
Mrs. Ed. Emmett and son, Ed
die, of Butte returned with Mrs.
Harry Thom for a visit at the
Thom home.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bosone spent
Monday and Tuesday of last week
in Billings.
Mr. and Mrs. Domenic Favero
and Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Baldwin
attended the funeral of Mrs.
Jennie Sauerwein in Joliet Tues
day. Mrs. Sauerwein is the moth
er of Mrs. William White.
Mrs. Frank Johnston and Mrs.
Ed. Soulsby went to Billings
Monday where Mrs. Soulsby
ceived medical attention.
J. D. Smith, pastor
Sunday school at 9:45 a.m. Pub
lic worship at 11 a.m.
Secretary of the Interior Harold L. Ickes, self
styled curmudgeon, recently made the following
statement to a Senate Subcommittee . . .
• • • there is before you a major step in the basic
reorganization of the Government of the
United States as we have known it for
the past 150 years.
He was advocating the blanketing, of the United States
■with all-powerful Government oerporations or "Authorities."
Mr. Ickes .was frank, at least, but does the system under
which the United States has grown great in the past 150
years need radical and abrupt reorganization? Shall we have
7 to 9 Authorities controlling our daily lives or shdll we con
tinue to live as free people in 48 sovereign states?
. , a churlish person
Government ownership of ANY business is a threat to EVERY business
The Montana Power Company
if our engine leaks oil, if
your battery goes dry, if your
tires are ruined by out-of
line wheels, if there's any
trouble that regular care and
maintenance could prevent.
Get On Our
Preventive Maintenance Schedule
Your Chevrolet Automobile Dealer
Telephone 182-]. Red Lodge
One of the best ways to get rid of that White Elephant is to
advertise it in The Carbon County News
Telephone Ninel
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