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P a g e F o u r T he D illon E xaminer T H E D I L L O N E X A M I N E R gatwed as Second Class Matter September 20,1902, at the Post Office at Dillon, Montana, Under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Issued Wednesday of Every Week. All letter« pertaining to the Editorial Department or the Business Management of the Examiner should be addressed tó The Dillon Examiner, 124 S. Montana Street, Dillon, Montana. ( Spc Months ___________________ IJ--00 Subscription 1 One Year ------ ------------------------- f-00 Three Years ------ - ----- ...--------------o-OO Five Years ___________ 7.60 Bates: No. 20—Wed., Dec. 3, 1941. Volume LI D.A.R. — Beaverhead Chapter, D.A.R., met Tuesday, Dec. 2 at the home of Mrs. T. F. McFadden. Mrs. Theresa R. Landon of Rei- chle addressed the group on “America’s Stake in the Philip­ pines,” where she lived for a number of years. Tea was served by the hostess. Just-a-Mere Club members will meet in the home of Mrs. Robert Wright on Kentucky avenue Thursday afternoon. Return — Mrs. Tom Luebben and son, Tom, jr., have returned from a visit with, her son, Dougan, at Kemper college in Missouri, and with other relatives in the East. Visitors—Bud McNeil of Cho- teau and Mr. Brown of Denver, Colo., visited Mrs. McNeil over the Thanksgiving holiday. Mr. Brown is a brother of Mrs. Mc­ Neil. They visited a few days at Elkhorn SDrings. Howard Hunt and Charles Corbett were also visitors at Elkhorn. Wedding Announced — An­ nouncements have been received here of the wedding of Miss Edith May Poindexter of Seattle, daugh­ ter of the late Mrs. Kate Poindex­ ter Lynn, to Mr. Charles John Wright of Victoria, B. C. The wedding took place on Saturday, Nov. 22. The couple will make their home in Victoria. Dillon Home Makers club will meet at the apartment of Mrs. Roy Stocker with Mrs. H. M. War­ ner, co-hostess, Monday afternoon for their Christmas party. Each member and their guest is to bring a 25-cent gift for exchange. Thursday Night Club—Mrs. O. T. Vandegrift will entertain her bridge club at her home on Rail­ road avenue Thursday evening. Bridge Club—Mrs. Claude Lay will entertain her bridge club Thursday evening at her home on Center street. A.L.A.—The American Legion Auxiliary will meet in the city hall Monday evening, Dec. 8, for their regular meeting. Mrs. Ben Davis, president, will conduct the business meeting. Following this the members will adjourn to the home of Mrs. T. Lee McCracken where the rehabilitation commit­ tee composed of Mrs. McCracken, chairman, Mrs. R. D. Curry, Mrs. R. S. Good, Mrs. L. D. Roland, Mrs. James McCollum and Mrs. Frank O’Keefe will have charge of the Christmas party. All those attending are ask to bring a 25- cent gift to exchange. Dinner Guests—Mr. and Mrs. Mac Dye of the Agency creek mine were dinner guests at the Ben Davis home Thanksgiving day. Mrs. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Dye visited in Butte Friday. Nile Daughters—This afternoon Daughters of the Nile sewing club will meet with Mrs. Byron Orr, hostess. Sewing will be the di­ version of the afternoon. Dillon Visitors—E. C. Baxter and Mrs. Harriett W. Tooley of Harlowtown visited at the A. F. Waldorf home over the week-end. Mrs. Tooley is a sister of Mr. Waldorf. . Relief Society—The L.D.S. Re­ lief Society met at the church Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Ada Dieterle, president, conducting the meeting. Mrs. H. M. Warner gave the theology lesson with all members present taking part in the discussion. Joint Meeting — The Better Homes and Merry Mixer home demonstration clubs will have a joint meeting Dec. 10 at 2:00 p. m. at the home of Mrs. I. W. Vinsel for the annual Christmas party. Each member is asked to bring a 25-cent gift to be put in the Christmas fish pond. Hostesses will be Mrs. Vinsel, Mrs. Byron Nay, Mrs. Lester Kurtz and Mrs. Ernie Pewe. All members of both clubs are urged to be present. Christmas Party—The Luther­ an Ladies aid will have their Christmas party at the church parlor on Dec. 11 at 2:30 p. m. Their will be a short Christmas program and the remainder of the afternoon will be spent in wrapping gifts for the Old Peo­ ple’s Home at Couer d’Alene, Ida., and the Seamans’ Mission at Seat­ tle, Wash. Members are urged to be present and bring their gifts which will make these peo­ ple happy at Christmas time. There will be a potluck lunch. Miss Vernetti Feted—Forest ser­ vice men’s wives and co-workers of Miss Mary Vernetti, honored her with a miscellaneous shower Wednesday evening in the home of Mrs. Ed Jackson. Miss Ver­ netti is to leave here Saturday for Butte where she will be mar­ ried Dec. 21 to John Francone of that city. They will spend the Christmas holidays in Biitte be­ fore leaving for Philadelphia where he is employed in the navy yards. She is an employee in the forest service office here. Sewing will be the diversion of the evening and refreshments will be served. Bridge Party—Mrs. Ray Ten- nent will entertain her bridge club this week in her home. Wednesday Club — Mrs. Fern Warner entertained her bridge club Nov. 26 in her home. Two tables were in play with Mrs. Lamar Hatton and Mrs. Richard Evans receiving the prizes. A 1:30 dessert was enjoyed. Pinochle Party — Mrs. Harry Tash entertained her pinochle club Monday evening, Nov. 24, at her ranch home. Three tables were in play with Mrs. Lee Hoern- ing having high score. Mrs. Frank Lasich was second and Mrs. Wil­ ber Tash, low. Refreshments were served after the games. Dil>on Visitors — Dean ..Hart, brother of Mrs. Roy Tennent, vis­ ited here last week en route to California. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hart of Darby, her parents, ac­ companied him back to Los An­ geles. Mrs. Tennent received word that another brother has just sailed for China with U. S. troops. Alaska Visitors—Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kast of Skagway, Alaska, re­ turned to their home last week after a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Smith and other friends. P.N.G. Club—Members of the Past Noble Grand club enjoyed their annual Christmas party Tuesday evening in the home of j Miss Clara Plant with sixteen | present. During the evening sev- i eral games of pinochle were play­ ed with prizes going to Mrs. Ma- ble Dubois, high, Mrs. Molly Ty­ ro, low, and Mrs. Namona Gordon, travel prize. There was an ex­ change of gifts, and refreshments were enjoyed. Vacationers—Mr. and Mrs. Wal­ dron Boger spent the Thanksgiv­ ing holidays with Mrs. Boger’s parents at Deer Lodge. Miss Ruth Harrison, music in­ structor of the high school, spent her vacation at Great Falls with her parents and other relatives. Man*« Society—Mrs. A. J. Rife will behostess to the Manse So­ ciety of the Presbyterian church Thursday afternoon. Plans will be completed for the annual ba-; ST A TE BANK & T R U S T C O M P A N Y O F D I L L O N * Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation RED CROSS CHAPTER BUDGET OF $2,150 Distribution of funds in antici­ pated budget expenditures of the Beaverhead Red Cross chapter, as set up and approved by the com­ mittee for the comnig year, has been reported by Treasurer Wal­ ter V. Grimes as follows: Corrective care, $600; indigent transients, $50; indigent transient ex-service men, $50; first-aid, $200; roll call, $50; sewing room, $200; miscellaneous, $50; reserve, $950; total funds budgeted, $2,150. M E L R O S E MARGUERITE LA MARCHE Correspondent zaar to be held in the church par­ lor Saturday at 10:00 a. m. Lunch will be served at 12:00 o’clock. Fancy work, food and candy will be for sale. Shakespeare Club members will meet at the St. James guild hall Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock. Miss Jean Bishop will lead the discussion on Dorothy Sayers’ play, “The Devil to Pay.” Theta bridge club met in the home of Miss Nancy Barrett Tuesday evening with three tables in play. Miss Georgia Mathews and Mrs. Edna Wheat won the prizes and Mrs. Wayne Roberts received the guest prize. Steele-Ramsay — The wedding of Miss Loma Steele, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Steele, and Miles Ramsay, son of MrT and Mrs. M. G. Ramsay of Dillon, took place Nov. 17 in the Metho­ dist church in San Diego. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lowry, former Dillon residents, attended the couple. A dinner was served in the Lowry home following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Ramsay will make their home in San Di­ ego where he is foreman at a gas station. M.E. Aid — Mrs. Edgar Ferris, Mrs. Elizabeth Mikus and Mrs. Elza Smith are the hostesses who will serve refreshments to mem­ bers and guests of the Methodist Ladies aid after the business meeting Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. Entertain—On Friday evening, Mr. and Mrs. John Albers will entertain the B. & B. club mem­ bers at a pinochle party at their ranch home. Sixteen members will be present. Junior Auxiliary—Ann Carroll and Marybeth Smith were hos­ tesses to the Junior Auxiliary of the American Legion Monday eve­ ning when they met in the city hall for their regular meeting. Eleanore Thompson, their advisor, assisted with the installation of officers. Christmas favors were made for the veterans at Fort Harrison. Plans were also com­ pleted for the Christmas party to be held at the Thompson ranch, Dec. 22. Refreshments were en­ joyed at the Oasis after the meet­ ing. Anniversary — Mr. and Mrs. John Wolf celebrated their 31st wedding anniversary Saturday. That evening 20 friends called at their home and surprised and helped them celebrate. During the evening a number of games of pinochle were enjoyed with high prizes going to Mrs. John Tessier and Paul Stahl, and con­ solation to Mrs, George Lenox and John Tessier. At a late hour a delicious lunch Was served. Attend Butte Meeting — Ruth Ann Dart, Nellie Sanner, Wilma Holloran, Mary Good, Montana Gilbert, Addie Morrison, Jessie T a y l o r , Martha Quackenbush, Myrtle Larson, Gladys Tait and Robert Good motored to Butte Monday evening and attended a meeting of Silver Leaf Rebekah lodge which honored their past president and past noble grands at a special meeting. Birthday Party — On Saturday evening, young Charles Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Davis, enter­ tained a group of friends at a birthday party at his home. Games, dancing and refreshments were enjoyed during the evening. Christmas Party—In the home of Mrs. George Palmer Wednes­ day evening, Neighbors of Wood­ craft will meet for their regular meeting at 8 o’clock, following the business meeting. A Christ­ mas party with the exchange of gifts, and refreshments, will be enjoyed. Grace Knox will be joint hostess. , Complete Banking Facilities Henry Hutchins, known as “Hutch” to his old-time friends, was found dead last Thursday by his nephews, Bert Siria and Jim­ my Grose. The old-timer, aged 72 years, left Melrose on the twelfth of November bound for his lonely abode in the Cherry creek district. He took the bus as far as Brown’s station and started the long hike home. He got only as far as the Montana Power line, however, when he was seized with some sort of attack. He was seen a short time before he was taken ill by two Taylor Grazing employees who were en route to Brown’s gulch. The men, Sam Friend and Henry Norris, offered Hutchins a ride but he refused. It seems likely that the old man must have been in considerable pain for the sagebrush over a large area sur­ rounding the body was torn and pulled up and he had apparently rolled over the ground a great many times. The body was frozen during the recent cold snap and must have lain there several weeks before it was discovered. His nephew, Bert Siria of Dewey, came down Thanksgiving morning planning 4o take his uncle home for the Holiday dinner. When Mr. Siria reached the Grose ranch on Cher- ry creek h? learned that Hutchins mad not been seen for some time and a search was immediately be­ gun. Hutchins was born in Utah but was brought up in Glendale. He prospected and worked as a common laborer here and around Dillon for years and those who worked with him say that, small as he was in size and stature, his capacity for work was great. In recent years he lived a hermit’s life in the hills of Cherry creek and he died a hermit’s death. He could have had a comfortable home with his nephew, Jimmy Grose, who on many occasions en­ deavored to persuade his uncle to give up his hut for a good home at the Grose ranch, but “Hutch” like most old pioneers, stubborn­ ly insisted that he could “take care of himself.” A number of Melrose residents attended the commitment services held for him at the Dillon cemetery on Satur­ day. Cattle buyers have been ex­ ceedingly active in our commun­ ity the past week. E. A. Topping of Stockton, Calif., F. Skelton of Idaho Falls, Frank Thomas of the S p o k a n e Murphy Commission company, John Owens of Los An­ geles, Warren Hughes of Wise River, Colonel Combs of the Big Hole, and Guy Gray of Dillon were some of the buyers who visited the Melrose stockmen. Barbara Jean and Charlene Trueman returned home from Hecla Saturday after spending the Thanksgiving holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs, Les­ lie Trueman. Among the local cattlemen who disposed of their beef stuff to the various buyers working here last week were Cottrell and Burns, Streb Brothers, James Grose, Louis Hoffman, Thomas Connor. Melrose ranchers and stockmen attended the election of officers and the business session held by the Taylor Grazing' service in Dillon op Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Tate, ac­ companied by Mrs. Sam Friend, attended a show in the Mining City Sunday. , Frank Thomas, cattle buyer,’ ac­ companied by Everard Turner, motored to Reichle and the Bea­ verhead bench area last week in search of beef stuff for the Mur­ phy Commission company of Spo­ kane. Mrs. Thomas Connor and chil­ dren, Joan and Kent, with Mrs. Violet McCauley, shopped in Dil­ lon the latter part of the week. A group, of Melrose Rebekahs motored to Butte Monday eve­ ning where they were guests of the Silver leaf unit of tne organi­ zation. Among the guests were Mrs. Louis Hoffman, Mrs. W. Q. Kearns, Mrs. John Maclvor, Mrs. Clifford Reid, Mrs.' William Har­ vey, and Mrs. Otto Boetticher. Norman Grant made a business trip to Whitehall last week and was accompanied by Everard Turner. The Rev. Fr. Timothy Clifford of Lima held services in St. Jonri Catholic church Sunday morning. Members of the church from Rei­ chle were in’ attendance. Adolph Reichle was among the visitors in Melrose last week. Norman Grant and Jim La- Marche motored to -Twin Bridges, Dillon, Laurin; and Sheridan on Monday. George Huber with his children, Gerta and Bene, were the guests of Melrose friends last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Norris, newlyweds, entertained t h e i r friends at an informal reception held at their home Saturday eve­ ning. A large number of the young couple’s acquaintances and relatives called during the eve­ ning to offer felicitations. Re­ freshments, consisting of wedding cake and coffee, were served dur­ ing the reception. Lloyd Belden made a business trip to Twin Bridges on Tuesday. Among those attending the dance held in Reichle Saturday night were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gordon, Mrs. John Maclvor, Miss Helen MacMillan and Joe Buyan. Donal Smith motored to Twin Bridges on Tuesday where he was a business visitor. Mrs. Bessie Dedman, who has been employed in California, ar­ rived in Melrose this week for a visit with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Nick DeLeon of Reichle were in Melrose last week for a brief visit with friends. The DeLeons are leaving this week by plane for Mexico where they will attend a celebration being given in honor of the sixty-fifth wed­ ding anniversary of Mr. De Leon’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. DeLeon will be accompanied by Miss Ger­ aldine McGann. Little Gary Dedman, small son of Mrs. Bessie Dedman, will un­ dergo an operation for a leg in­ fection Wednesday. The little boy was injured when he fell from a bicycle over a year ago. Gary will be a patient in Murray hospital and it is to be hoped that complete healing will follow the operation. Misses Hazel and Marguerite LaMarche and James LaMarche motored to Dillon on Saturday where they shopped and attended to business affairs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Longley were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Norris on Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. John Maclvor had as Thanksgiving guests Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Maclvor, Allan Maclvor, Mrs. Dolly Dunstan, Phyllis Dunstan, Elwyn Dunstan, of Butte, and Helen MacMillan. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Friend enter­ tained Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nance of Butte and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hull and Karen Hull of Melrose. KIWANIS SPEAKER “Diseases” will be the topic of Dr. Harve Stanchfield’s talk be­ fore the Kiwanis club when it meets at 7 o’clock tonight at Mrs. Arthur Brown’s boarding house on south Idaho street. F ood F o n s - F oibles HOPI INDIANS HAD THEIR OWN SPECIAL TYPE OF “CORN FLAKE!' THEY ROLLED THEIR PIKI BREAD INTO PAPER-THIN ROLLS AND DYEO THEM VIVID COLORS-ORANGE AND BRIGHT GREEN. YE OLDE CHESHIRE CHEESE. RESTAURANT HAUNT OF IMPORTANT ENGLISH LITERARY MEN, IS FAMOUS FOR ITS TOASTED CHEESE-SERVED BUBBLING HOT IN TINY TINS (A DISH SIMILAR TO CHEESE RABBIT) IN THE DAYS Of LOUIS H , THE NAME OF THE COOK WAS FREQUENT­ LY PLACED BESIDE THAT OF THE HOST, WHO TOOK PARTICULAR PRIDE IN HIS COOK’S SKILL. THE PROVERB: THERE 5 MANY A SLIP TWIXT THECUPANDTHELIP\ PROBABLY AROSE IN ROMAN DAYS WHEN GUESTS RECLINED AT TABLE AND DRANK WINES FROM W ID E- MOUTHED DRINKING VESSELS. Famous GOURfTiETS I HENRY WARD BEECHER ONCE I PREACHED AN ELOQUENT SERMON I EXTOLLING THE VIRTVE5 OF ■ APPLE PIE. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Potts were •business visitors in the Mining City Tuesday. Miss Maysel Mallon and Lowell Mallon were week-end guests at the Koenig home in Dillon. They attended a dinner party given by Miss Ruth Koenig. There were eight guests presen.t Mr. and Mrs. Danny Fendergast motored to Butte Sunday evening and attended the theatre. ■Walter Jones was a Dillon visi­ tor Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Potts were Saturday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dodgson. Mrs. J. D. McKay of Galen is visiting a few days at the Wise River hotel as the gugst of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gill. Dave Hickman, Fred Gill, Hans Johnson and Dee Stockton attend­ ed to business affairs in Dillon Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gnose, Mrs. Dave Hickman, Mrs. Robert Green and Jack Poole motored to the Mining City Monday evening where they enjoyed dinner and the theatre. ' Bob and ¡Bill Ferguson were Wise River visitors Friday. Mrs. Dee Stockton spent a few days of the past week visiting her sister at Poison. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Covert and children spent the week-end with relatives in Whitehall. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Allen spent the week-end in Wise River from their home in Anaconda. Ranger Lew Peck was a caller at the Bill Dodgson home Sunday. Mrs. Frank Dodgson and daugh­ ter, Lorraine, visited relatives in Butte from Friday to Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pendergast attended the funeral in Dillon Saturday morning of Frances K. Harrison, eight-months-old daugh­ ter of Dwight and Ruth Harrison of Dillon. Death was attributed to pneumonia. Mrs. Fielding Gray of Gold creek also attended the funeral and is visiting a few days at the home of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Pendergast, b e f o r e returning home. Mrs. Ethel Green of Missoula visited her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Robert Green, from Thursday to Sunday. Mrs. Walter Gnose and chil­ dren, Neva, Edna and Jimmie, were guests at the home of Mrs. Gnoses parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Tope, in Wisdom from Thurs­ day to Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hickman and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Potts motored to Butte Saturday eve­ ning and attended the theatre. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mallon were Dillon visitors Tuesday. Thanksgiving in the community was noted by family dinners or visits with relatives. Wise River- ites celebrated the day in the following ways: Mr. and Mrs. James Patterson motored to Anaconda and had din­ ner with their son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Patter­ son. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Husted motored to Dillon for dinner with Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Stanchfield and son. Mr. and Mrs. Verne Stanchfield attended the football game in Butte. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mallon, Miss Maysel Mallon, Lowell Mallon, Mr. and .Mrs. Bill Dodgson and Glibert, all motored to Deer Lodge and attended a dinner giv­ en at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Dennis. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jones and children, Retha and Donald, mo­ tored to Butte and attended a dinner given St the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ellwood. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Potts and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gnose and children attended a family dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Tope in Wisdom. Mrs. Daisy Smith was a dinner guest at the Husted ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Lew Peck were guests at a dinner given at the Tom Pendergast ranch. Mrs. Ethel Green of Missoula, Mrs. Robert Green, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hifckman and son, Davie, A. H. McCertney and Hans John­ son were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gill. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ferguson and son, Bobby Bill, motored to Anaconda and attended a,dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fer­ guson. Jack Poole spent Thanksgiving in Townsend visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Neil Sullivan and son, Barry, motored to Butte and had dinner with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Page and son spent the day with relatives in Phillipsburg. John Berry was a dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dodgson. Robert Stanchfield of Dillon is visiting for a few days at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and 'Mrs. Frank Husted. The veterinary from Helena and Dr. Morrow and Dr. Vinsel vac­ cinated cattle on Monday at the Husted ranch. Wed,, Dec. 3 ,1 9 4 Dillon Man Awaits Service in Britai William Suthard who for sex eral years was radio service mr at the Dillon Furniture compar store here, was recently hear from in Montreal where a gron of radio technicians were assem? ling for transportation to Britai where they will serve in a civilia corps. Suthard passed all exarr inations and was accepted for sei vice early in the fall, leavin Dillon about two weeks ago. Be fore going overseas, the men ar outfitted with the uniform an insignia of the C.R.T.C. Sutha^ is an exTservice man, having serv ed in a coast artillery regimen of the U. S. army. Mr. and Mrs. William Hillsteat and children spent Sunday in An aconda with friends. J CLASSIFIED i TRAINED Auto and Diesel Me chanics, Welders, Top and Body men in great demand. A short practical course will prepare you for a good job. Free catalog HANSON TRADE SCHOOL Box 1780-X, Fargo, N. Dak. 20-4t. • FOR SALE — Two Hereford Bulls, one 5-yr.-old, other 3-yr.- old. Write Box A-14, Sheridan, Mont. c STOP At the ACOMA Ho­ tel when in Butte! $1.00 to $2.50 . J LEGALS ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE In the District Court of the Fifth Judicial District, of the State of I Montana, In and For the County | of Beaverhead. In the Matter of the Estate of JOHN BALL, Deceased. John R. Ball, as administrator i of the estate of John Ball, de- i ceased, having filed herein his i petition, duly verified by affidavit, 1 praying for an order of this court i authorizing, empowering and *di- recting him, the said administra - 1 tor to borrow money and to mort-1 gage personal property of the said I estate as security therefor; IT IS ORDERED, that all per­ sons interested in said estate ap - 1 pear before this court in the i courtroom thereof in the court­ house, at Dillon, Montana, on the 13th day of December, 1941, at 10 I o’clock a. m. of said day, then and I there to show cause, if any they | have, why certain personal prop­ erty of said estate described as i follows: 600 ewe sheep, mixed I ages; 15 buck sheep, mixed ages; ; 10 horses; 2 cows; 1 calf; 1 steer; , all farm machinery and equip­ ment, including 1 mowing ma­ chine, 1 hay rake, 1 1940 Dodge i truck, miscellaneous wagons,'1 or some part thereof, should not be \ mortgaged for the sum of $2500.00 or such less amount as to tne court shall seem meet. For further par­ ticulars, reference is hereby made to the petition on file herein. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, that a copy of this order be pub­ lished once a week for two suc­ cessive weeks before the day of said hearing, in the Dillon Ex­ aminer, a newspaper of genera^ circulation, in, and published in, said County of Beaverhead. Dated November 26th, 1941. HENRY G. RODGERS, 19-3t. Judge. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the District Court of the Fifth Judicial District of the State of Montana, In and For the County of Beaverhead. In the Matter of the Estate ol OLIVE M. HARRISON, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Executor of the estate , of Olive M. Harrison, deceased, to - the creditors of and all persons | having claims against the said j deceased, to exhibit them, with j the necessary vouchers, within | Ten months, after the first publi- : cation of this notice, to the said Executor at the law offices of Gil­ bert & Gilbert, South Idaho ■ Street, Dillon, Montana, the sanrfe being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in the County of Beaverhead, State of Montana. ~ JAMES D. HARRISON, Executor of the Estate of Olive M. Harrison, Deceased. Dated at Dillon, Montana, this ' 24th day of November, 1941. 19-4t. B lackleg AGGRESS!h Win H elp P revent L oss F rom B uckles A Germ-Free Vaccine of the Highest Standard ^ Field Tested - Active Potent Scientifically Prepared by Parke, Davis & Co. A ik t u tot i t M feo o k lit o s M M k liff p n m t l o B . s e x trs w s n you v e e d AGHjÄESsnr GEO. M. GOSMAN D ruggist DiDon. Montana ^ ............. -------- - __________ ,

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