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Billings Gazette (Newspaper) - August 22, 1957, Billings, Montana Jordan Resident Dies in Billings Floyd G. Hageman, 42, of Jor- dan, Mont., died Tuesday after- noon in a local hospital of in- juries received in an automobile accident Aug. 10, about 15 miles south of Jordan. He was flown to Billings Aug. 14. He was born Nov. 16, 1914, in Baker, a son of Mr. and Mfs. Arthur Hageman. He was a part- ner with his brother, Harold, at the Pioneer Chevrolet Garage in Jordan. He married Ardella Han- son in Helena, June 6, 1938. The Hageman family moved to Jordan when Mr. Hageman was in grade school. Unattended Jordan schools, and graduated from the Garfield County High School; Mr. Hageman was a member of the Presbyterian Church, 'an alderman on the city council, member of the Jordan Volunteer Fire department and the Gar- field county school board. He was a member and past master of the Jordan Lodge 148, Surviving are his wife, three daughters, Mary Lou, Jackie Lee and Mareia, all at home; his mother, Mrs. Jacquetta Hageman, and brother, Harold, of Jordan, and a sister, Mrs. William Ogle, of Bozeman. Mr. Hageman's father was killed 'in' an auto accident in Mesa, !Ariz., last February. The body is at the Billings Funeral -Service, and funeral services and burial will take place in Jordan Friday. Announcements Rummage sale and bake sale at Eagles Hall, 29th and Minn., Aug. Rummage Daugh- ters, Bethel No. 10, Friday, Aug. 23. 2521 Montana Avenue. Open 8 Kindergarten morning class. 2 Blks from Newman School. Super- vised by Exp. teacher. Enroll your child now. Ph. Dr. B. L. Solem will be out of his office in Hart-Albin Bldg. until Sept. Dr. T. G." Gunderson will be out of his office from August 19 to Sept. 3. Please call 8-8424 for appointments, Beauty operator needed. Grand Beauty Shop. Ph. S-5618. Coffman's Floral, Ph. 3-3222.-Adv. ROBERTS FUNERAL HOME Roundup, Montana HANNA Funeral services for John W. Hanna will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Roberts Funeral Home. Burial will be in New Miners Cemetery. Liver Ailment Fatal to Man Thomas Alfred Mic'haelson, 43, of 2374 Poly Dr., died Tuesday afternoon in a local hospital of a liver ailment. He had been ill 'or 10 years. He was born May 15, 1914, in aogeland and was a bookkeeper in a Great Falls sporting goods store until 1947iwhen he moved to Billings to live with his mother, Anna Michaelson. i The Rev. A. C. Caton, pastor of First Methodist Church, will of- ficiate at funeral services at 3 p.m. Friday in Smith's Chapel. Burial will be in Mountview Cemetery. Mr. Michaelson is survived by ais son, Ronald, of California; his mother; a brother, Harry A. Michaelson of Medway, Iowa; two sisters, Mrs. John Feaster of 438 Lake Elmo Rd. and Mrs. Clyde Howard of 3536 Poly Dr. Dahl-l BILLINGS 10 YUIOWSTONI PM 8-8807 HAGEMAN R e m a i n s of Floyd G. Hageman, age 42, of Jordan; Montana, are at the Billings Funeral Service and will be taken to Jordan for funeral, services and in- terment SETRAN Funeral services for Gunder Setran, father of William and -Ben Setran, will be held in the Voltaire "Lutheran Church, Friday at 2 p.m. with interment in Hjerdal Cemetery, Voltaire, N.D. 3fanrral TRUESDELL Mrs. Pauline Truesdell, 209 S. 31st St. Requiem High Mass will be celebrated Friday at a.m. from The Church of the Little Flower. Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery. Rosa- ry will be recited at p.m. Thursday in Settergren Chapel. M. Melvin 620 Clark Avenue. Arrange- ment for funeral services will be announced at a later date. 'S Funeral Home Established in 1896 serv- ices for Thomas Alfred Michaelson will be held at Smith's Chapel, Friday after- noon at 3 o'clock. Interment will be at Mountview Ceme- tery. [fliclieltitti-S edroawuErs f M. M4I> I 1011 AlDIlt L. Jamison, age 71, 826 Howard, mother of Earl and Lorcn Jamison. Mrs. Jamison has been taken to the Evans and Early Mor- tuary in Silt Lake City where funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon. Holier-Skating Cow Proves Something or Other Stavanger, Norway, the United States was married to Charles Halst- vedt Paul Lady Linda, a free-wheeling Guernsey cow, churs along a Little Rock, Ark., sidewalk on her home-made roller skates. Her owner, Doc Ford of North Little Rock, has spent 18 months teaching her to skate. Doc, who gets around pretty well himself on just one leg, says Lady Linda really enjoys her unusual means of locomotion.____________________________________ Former Sfafe Parole Agent Suffers Stroke D. J. O'Connor of 2511 2nd Ave. N., former Montana and Silver Bow county official, is in a San Diego, Calif., hospital after suffer- ing a cerebral hemorrhage Tues- day night.. O'Connor, Montana state parole agent 'for 23 years before his re- tirement in 1955, has been visit- ing a Hickey. sister, Mrs. His condition Josephine was given s serious Wednesday. Before his appointment as pa- role agent for the. Montna In- dustrial School at Miles City, O'Connor was. for many years Sil- ver Bow county probation officer. Early Billings Resident Dies Former Sheridan Man Dies in Florida City SHERIDAN, was received here of the death in Fort Lauderdale, Fia., of George Mrs Pauline Truesdell, 89, res- H.11, former resident of this ident of Billings since 1892, died i jjr jiau was an accountant for In a nursing home Wednesday jMcSh'ane Lumber Co. which sup- of infirmities of age.. She was born May'K 1868, in and came to 'in 1884. She on May 4, 1887, in St. and moved to Billings where Mr. Halstvedt died in 1898. She was married to Ernest A. Truesdell on March 11, 1918, in Sheridan. Mrs. Truesdell was a member of Little Flower Catholic Church. She is survived by a son, Thomas Halvstvedt of 202 S. 30th St.; a daughter, Mrs. Percy Teters of 322 S. ,30th St.; two grand- children and six great-grandchil- dren. Requiem mass will be cele- brated at Little Flower Church at a.m. Friday. Recitation of the rosary will be at Thurs- day in Settergren's Chapel. plied ties from the Big Horn Mountains for the Burlington Railroad when it was built through here. Later he engaged jn the real estate business here. Among survivors are a nephew, Robert Wallace of Parkman, and a niece, Mrs. C. H. Barber, Sheri- dan. Guild Elects SIDNEY The Hospital Linen Guild chose officers at its first meeting following the summer re- cess. President is Mrs. Carl Dyn- neson; vice president, Mrs. D. W. Johnson; secretary, Mrs. El- mer Sprenson, and treasurer and publicity chairman, Mrs. Bailey Fisher. Mrs. O'Connor left Wednesday night for San Diego. Rancher Dies At Livingston LIVINGSTON WI-Dick Randall, said to have been Montana's first dude rancher, died Tuesday night in a Livingston hospital. He was 90. Funeral services will be at Livingston Friday at 2 p.m. A native of Iowa, Randall moved to Park county when he was 18 and in a few years became a li- censed guide for hunting parties In 1898 he started the forerunner to dude ranching at a ranch he purchased 12 miles north of Gardi- ner. He sold the OTO Dude Ranch in 1935 and since then had resided on a ranch six miles, south of Liv- ingston. He was one of the organ- izers of the Dude Ranchers Assn. Survivors include the widow, Dora; one son, Leslie W. of Clark- ston, Wash., and a daughter, Mrs Clyde Erskine of Livingston. The Billings Gazette, Thursday Morning, August Billings Man Dies in Hospital John M. Flugstad, 82, of 407 18th St. W., died early Wednes- day morning in a local hospital where he had been a patient since Sunday. He had been ill for sev- eral months. Born in Webster Iowa, on Aug. 28, 1874, Mr. Flugstad was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Flugstad. He came to Hamilton, Mont., in 1898 to operate a jewel- ry store. He married Miss Meda Butler on Aug. 3, 1909, in Ham- ilton. He was a member of the Lutheran Church. Mr. Flugstad was a jeweler and optician. He moved to Missoula in the and his last 20 years were spent in Butte in the same occupation. He retired at the age of 80, and moved to Bil- lings with his wife last Novem- ber. The Flugstads have been liv- ing with their son and daughter- Two Appointed BOZEMAN K. R. Renne Wednesday announced appointment .of two more as- sistant professors at Montana State College. On Sept. 1, Dr. John De La Montague -and Dr. William J. McMannis will become assistant professors of geography and geology. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Flug- stad, of 407 18th St. W. Surviving are his'wife, son, and three grandchildren. The body is at the Billings Fu- neral Service, and will be taken to Hamilton for services and burial Friday. What foot Doctors for Massage your feet with Ice-Mint. In- stantly wonder-worker for tired, hot, burning feet... nothine just UKe this frosty-white greaseless, medicated creera. Keep feet feeling happy, cool and light from morning to night. Get Ice-Mint with the soothing lanolin base. At all druggists, Join the Mid-Summer turkey time week with a fresh, oven-ready Smith's Turkey Confinement raised, flavor fed with the finest formulated rations. Turkey the highest in protein, low in tat. PHONE 9-8575 for delivery! Pioneer of State Dies in Dillon DILLON Susan Tash, jelieved to be Beaverhead :ounty's oldest native, died here Tuesday after an illness of sev- eral years. She was born Nov. 16, 1866, at the Frontier stage station, operat- ed just south of present-day Dillon. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert N. Gray, came overland from Missouri to homestead on the out- skirts of Bannack, Montana's first territorial capital. She was the widow of George M. Tash. Survivors are a son, Dale Tash; daughter, Mrs. Eli Peterson, and two grandchildren. AH live in Dillon. Funeral services are planned for Thursday' in Dillon. Sheridan Matron's Body Is Found BUFFALO, Wyo. UH Mrs. Minnie McAdams of Sheridan, 74- year-old former school teacher missing 11 days, was found dead Tuesday in a desolate spot 10 miles east of the Johnson-Natrona county lines. The body was discovered by a workman. The woman's car was nearby. Corner Bill Adams said Mrs. McAdams was last seen Aug. 9 three miles from where her body was found. Adams said no autopsy will be held. Montaan Agency Mails Schedules HELENA UB New milk price schedules, to go into effect Sept. 7, were mailed by the Montana Milk Control Board Wednesday to milk producers and distributors in four communities. Retail milk prices will be in- creased one cent a quart in Hel- ena, and one and two cents a quart in Butte, Anaconda and Deer Lodge. The new prices, made "to help producers better meet .costs of will fix uniform price schedules in these four cities, as well as Mis- soula; where they have been in effect since Feb. 11. The increases were approved by the board after hearings in the communities concerned. ANNOUNCE MARRIAGE WORLAND, .Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gibbons of Ogden, Utah, former Worland residents, have announced the marriage of their daughter, Suzanna Grace, arid Gary B. Bowden, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Bowden of Ogden. The ceremony took place in the Salt Lake City Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints. LEAVE FOR PARK GREYBULL, S. H. Minnis and her daughters, Mrs. R. W. Carrell and four daughters, of Decatur, Ala., and Mrs. Niles Conrad and two daughters of Cheyenne, left for Yellowstone National Park and Jackson, PRE-AUTUMN CARPET CARMVALI ;Y NOW-Carpet Values That Will Thrill All Budget-Conscious Home-Makers! We are greatly enlarging our selections of carpeting. To make room for the incoming stock we must reduce present inventories. Hence, these attractive low prices on fine quality, luxurious, beautiful carpeting. If you are planning to give your home sparkling new beauty now or in the near future you will want to take advantage of this great value event! There are textures, colors and patterns to fit in with any decorative scheme and prices to meet every budget requirement. Entire Stock Included at Savings up to Co. FURNITURE MART 510 North Broadway Phone 2-1843 Quality Furniture Honestly Priced LUXURIOUS PLUSH PILES ALL PRICES INCLUDE 40-OZ. HAIR PADDING and LAYING COSTS! LOVELY CARVED EFFECTS Regular Values Sq. Yd. Regular Values....... Sq. Yd. Regular Values Sq. Yd. 7.45 '845 J9.45 DURABLE TWISTS STYLISH TEXTURES Regular Values........Sq. Yd. IU. Regular Up to C44 SM- Values...... ..Sq. Yd. Regular Up to Values Sq. Yd. Regular Up to C Values Sq. Yd. And Some Patterns at Even Greater Reductions! Special! ROLL ENDS GREATLY REDUCED! Priced by the Piece '63 '124 '129 Regularly Tone on Tone Green, Leaf Sculptwist Pattern Regularly Nutria, Beige or Turquoise, Swirl Pattern............ Regularly 10'xlS' Tone on Tone Green, Plume Pattern .....1.................... Regularly Random Texture, Key Motif, Collingwood Pattern............................ I Regularly Hi-Lo Loop, Green Leaf Pattern Regularly 12'xl5' Tone on Tone Loop, Swirl Pattern Regularly Hi-Lo Loop, Self-Tone................................ '192 Regularly 12'x2HO" Tone on Tone Leaf, Nutria Ground Regularly Casual Texture Sculptwist, Grey Ground Regularly Harvest Wheat, Self Color, Suburban Green Regularly 12'x20'3" Hi-Lo Wilton Loop, Beige '204 '236 '262 '263 '264 ALL PRICES INCLUDE ENDS BOUND AND 40-OZ. HAIR FAD TO FIT Up fo 36 Months to Pay! GRACIOUS FLORALS FASHIONABLE TWEEDS "Where the Best Costs Less" 510 N. Broadway Phone 2-1843 ;