The Dillon Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1891-1962, December 03, 1941, Image 5

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Wed., Dec. 3,1941 T H E D I L L O N E X A M I N E R WISDOM The Walter Stewart ranch was the scene of a bridal shower on Wednesday afternoon honoring Mrs. Stewart Capehart of Butte. Mrs. Walter Stewart, Mrs. Ernest Golay and Mrs. Peter Rasmussen were hostesses. There were 20 ladies present with the bride re­ ceiving many beautiful and useful gifts. Stanley Rasmussen and Barbara Lee Rasmussen dressed as a miniature bride and groom brought the gifts to Mrs. Ca'pe- hart on a pink and white wagon. Brdige was the diversion of the afternoon with prizes going to Mrs. Dan Tovey, first, and Mrs. Stewart Capehart, second, and > Mrs. Ed Glassey, consolation. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Helming were hosts to a family dinner on Thursday with about 25 members of the Helming families seated. Mrs. Ellen Kramer of Deer Lodge is a house guest at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Helming. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stewart were hosts to the members of their family at a dinner on Thurs­ day. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Swartz had as their dinner guests Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Neidt and Mr. . and Mrs. W. J. Neidt and daugh- ' ter. Mr. and Mrs Ernest Golay were business visitors in Dillon on Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Neidt and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Neidt were business visitors in Butte on Tues­ day. Among Dillon students who vis­ ited at the home of their parents over the Thanksgiving holidays were: Dale Willey, Boyd Logan, Jack and Lee Sturm, Amy and Hallie Stephens, June Pendleton and June Willey. Among Dillon visitors on Fri­ day were Mr. and Mrs. William Christiansen, Ejnar Nelson, Bob Nelson, Hans Rasmussen, Mrs. Walter Stewart, Mrs. Peter Ras­ mussen and children. Mr. and Mrs. J. Warren Shaw and children spent several days of last week visiting at the home of Mrs. Shaw’s parents in Dillon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Huntley and family spent several days vis­ iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson in Dillon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Murray and Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Cape­ hart of Butte were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Har­ old Capehart on Thursday. Weldon Else was host to the members of his family at his home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Smith spent 1 several days of last week visiting with friends and relatives in Butte. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Sparrow of Reno, Nev., are visiting at the home of Mrs. Sparrow’s fatner, C. E. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey who have been residing in Jackson for the past several months where Mr. Bailey was employed by the forest service, are now living in Wisdom. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jorgenson and daughters of Wilsall spent a few days visiting at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Armitage and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wharton. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wharton were hosts on Saturday evening to a party honoring Mr. and Mrs. ' Ralph Jorgenson. Those present were Messrs, and Mesdames An­ son, J. T. Armitage, H. S. Armi­ tage, Hans Jorgenson, F r e d Hirschy, W. J. Tope, D. J. Steph­ ens, Ralph Jorgenson and daugh­ ters, J. C. Wharton, Mrs. Jennie Stevenson and John X. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Anson were dinner guests Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hirschy. T H E P O C K E T B O O K o f K N O W L E D G E the gas tank of a M E C I UM ARMy TANK UOLPi n ï g a l l o n s — ENOUGH FOR A PPROXIMATELY ISO MILES OF P R IVINO ON A S IN 6 L E FILLIN G IR E S FOR T H E A R M y '5 FLyiNG F O R T R E S S E S W E IG H 2 / 0 POUNDS EACH --------- A B O U T AS MUCH A S 9 AVERA G E -SITE AUTOMOBILE T IR E S ! RESEARCH HAS FOONP A U S E FOR oottonseep hulls . FORMERty USELESS. THEy NOW GO INTO THE MANUFACTURE OF A NEW PtASfIC MATERIAL UNDERSHIRTSI&A BRITISHER ARE \VESTS' g a r t e r s a r e c a l l e o vSO C H SUSPOJOEK ¡ L SU S P & m iARE ’BRACK • M a c k e r e l a r e f a s t - s w i m m i n g f i s h AN P W ILL DROW N IF RESTRICTED S O THATTHEy CANNOT SW IM SW IFTLY . ..... . (MOVEMENT O F THE GILLS ALONE POES HOT PRODUCE SUFFICIENT 0 1 < /6E N ) Beaverhead In Review From the Dillon Examiner'» Files Mr. and Mrs. Lou Larson visit­ ed with Mr. Larson’s mother at Butte Sunday. December 5, 1906 The first1* convention of the State Dairymen’s association will be held in Helena, Dec. 11 and 12. The object of this association is to promote the dairy interests of the state and all dairymen are cordially invited to attend. The basketball game on Thanks­ giving day at the Dillon theatre between the teams of the county high school and the Dillon Ath­ letic association resulted in vic­ tory for the high school by a score of 30 to 12. Stockmen are already feeding their cattle and sheep, this being the earliest in years. A ranch deal was made this week between Peter C. Peterson and Peter J. Peterson, well- known ranchmen of the lower valley, the latter selling his ranch known as the old Henry Porch ranch, to the former who now owns and resides on the old Innes ranch. December 6, 1916 The following automobiles were sold this week by the Montana Auto Supply company: Ralph SnTith, Dillon, Dodge touring car; Frank Robinson, Blaine, Dodge touring car; Albert Peterson, Ford touring car; Darnutzer, Blaine, Buick six roadster; D. B. Henry, Polaris, Ford roadster; Dr. Utley, Twin Bridges, Buick four, road­ ster. Mrs. Lorenzo Cushing won the Examiner’s “Patronize Home In­ dustry” puzzle contest. The cor­ rect answer was “Buy at Home.” Budge Gilbert won second prize and C. H. Berry, third. The win ner of first place will receive a good-sized turkey; the winner of second place a small turkey; and the winner of third place will receive a nice chicken. These winners may have the same by. calling at the Bond Grocery store. Ike Rife, jr., and Bernard Wil­ liams came in yesterday afternoon from the Rife ranch on Medicine Lodge, bringing with them three deer they killed in Lake Canyon. Rife brought down one deer and Williams two. All were does and were shot out oi a bunch of four deer. Car-Theft Suspect Arrested by Police Ernest Elingston was arrested as a car-theft suspect when he entered Dillon by the River road from the Big Hole yesterday morning, and Officer A1 Johnson of the city police, notified Butte authorities, where the car is al­ leged to have been stolen. Elings­ ton was held at the city jail and the car placed in a local garage pending arrival of Butte officers. SUFFERS BROKEN LEG Louis J. Kambich, well-known rancher of the Melrose vicinity, is at the Barrett hospital receiving treatment for a broken leg sus­ tained last Sunday when his horse fell with him while driving in cattle. CALL 55 WITH YOUR NEWS ARMSTEAD MRS. O. R. IRION Correspondent Mr. and Mrs. Coy Brown and family spent Thanksgiving day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Pfiffner in Lima. Mrs. Sherman Koontz and sons spent a few days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Parke Scott en­ tertained with a Thanksgiving dinner a number of Dillon rela­ tives, including Mr. and Mrs Glen Decker apd family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Herndon, Mr. and Mrs Harry Andrus and family and Albert Decker. Mr. and Mrs. William Crooker motored to Butte Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Juel Berg and Dean went to Salmon, Idaho, to spend Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Bradley and Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Me Menomey, Marcheta and Aureta had Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stocker. Mrs. Olive Irion was a business caller in Dillon Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Rife anc Mrs. Ike Rife, sr., shopped in Dil Ion Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James Freeman are the proud parents of a son, born Nov. 25 at Twin Bridges. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Dellar Gordon anc Eileen, Mr. and Mrs. William Boone and baby, Marilyn, Kath leen and Francis Gordon spent Thanksgiving day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brown of Mel­ rose. Mrs. Jesse Brown and Ruth Ann were Dillon visitors one day of the week. Mrs. Harvey Simpson and chil dren shopped in Dillon Friday. Miss Lyola McCleery spent Thanksgiving in Butte. Mrs. T. A. ¡Bradley and Mrs. Parke Scott were Butte callers Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Coy Brown anc family were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Grave­ ly and family Sunday. Mrs. Juel Berg and son, Deane, Mrs. Parke Scott and Danny, Marcheta and Aureta McMeno- mey went to Anaconda and Butte Friday. Mrs. William Cocanougher of Dillon called on friends and rela­ tives in Armstead Saturday. ON THE BIAS (C o n t in u e d from page 1) greatest rate since 1921, census bureau officials report. OPM has not yet indicated whether or not it will call for a curtailment of production. Ilerr Goebbels, as one of the world’s top publicity men, cer­ tainly gets some tough assign­ ments. Now he has to explain to the German people the phy­ sical and spiritual bcnfiets the army will derive from the in­ vigorating Russian winter. • It is reported that Mussolini may go to the Libyan front to try to encourage his troops. We shouldn’t think this would be a wise move . . . Morale there must oe low enough as it is. Wednesday, Dec. 3: • A report by a psychiatrist that more men than women are un­ happily married seems to bear out the truth of Samuel Hoffen- stein’s two liner: “Men in a single state should tarry, While women, I suggest, should marry.” That United States senator who recenlty was reported to have delivered papers on his son’s route may have set a bad precedent. We hope that other legislators don’t start trying to earn spare money by similar methods. Imagine answering the doorbell and being greeted by a fellow who says: “Will you take a year’s subscription to ‘Drippy Stories?’ I’m working my way through the house of representatives.” • This is the season of the year when every conceivable article from a 12-room house to a set of false teeth suddenly becomes “the ideal Christmas gift.” WROTE His *1 ODE TO A NIGHTINGALE* LESS THAN THREE HOURS-IN 'THE GARDEN OF HIS HOME ON WENTWORTH PLACE, HAMPSTEAD, ENGLAND, A S SHELLEY SAT READING NEAR&f J C W N U S e r r ic * CTiHwwiy uses marble for Its streets because it’s so plentiful In that part of Ireland. The matter of the mndless water la due to fiardn«»M of the t son. Tbesmokeless coal has never been tolly explained. The American \Jack-rabbit” la really a hare. LEGION BOWLERS ATHELENA Two teams of bowlers from Beaverhead Post here, competed in the Legion invitational tourney last Sunday at Helena, which was won by a Bozeman aggregation. On one of the local teams were: C. L. Boyer, George M. Gosman, Alex Tait, D. V. Paddock and W. D. Ross; and on the other: Paul Temple, Harry McMannis, Bill McMannis, Ben Davis and C. J. Hovren. One or more teams were en­ tered from Legion Posts at Butte, Anaconda, Livingston, Bozeman. Lewistown, Helena, Deer Lodge and Dillon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Huntley and children visited at the home of Mrs. Huntley’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson, on North Pacific street last week-end. THANKSGIVING IS THEME OF ROTARY TALK Americans Have Many Rea sons for Thanksgiving, Rotarían Asserts In his summary of the week’ events for Rotarians last Wednes day, Albert Erickson discussed the British revival of fighting in Libya, and the Russian situation which seemed unfavorable to the Soviet Union. He noted also the congress in Berlin attended by representatives of states favor­ able to the Axis. Chairman E. E. Hazel announc ed that the next Rotary dinner would be at Mrs. Brown’s board ing house Monday evening at 7 o’clock. Harold Cantrell, high schoo guest-of-the-month, made an in­ formative talk on the Future Farmers of America. He told his listeners that the organization fos ters several out-of-doors projects which have great education and recreational value. The goal of every member in this state is to become a “Montana Farmer” after which he may aspire to the de­ gree of “American Farmer.” The awards are made annually at the Kansas City Livestock show, he said. A project of the local F.F.A. chapter has been the placing of curbing around the high school block and the development of a lawn on the parkways. Besides they are sponsoring a strong safe­ ty program this year, he said. Rev. Calvin J. Logan, of the Presbyterian church, made an ap­ propriate and appreciated address on the theme of being truly thankful, even in spite of adver­ sity. The properly thankful per­ son looks for something to be thankful for, he pointed out Americans for many years seem to have been afraid to be grate­ ful, lest they find later that ad versity is still with us. “Are we suffering because times are hard, or because we are soft?” he asked “It has been said that the well-to- do need the poor as much as the poor need charity. The prosper ous man develops sympathy when he sees his fellow-man in need of his help. “We are thankful for faith in America; if we are truly thankful, we shall expect to do our part thankfully,” he said in closing. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE “Ancient and Modern Necrom­ ancy, Alias Mesmerism and Hyp­ notism, Denounced” was the sub­ ject of the lesson-sermon which was read in all Churches of Christ Scientist, on Sunday, Nov. 30. The golden text was: “Thus aith the Lord of hosts, the God of Israel; Let not your prophets and your diviners, that be in the midst of you, deceive you . . . For they prophesy falsely unto you in my itti name: 1 have not sent them, sait the Lord.” (Jeremiah 29:8, 9.) Among the citations which com­ prised the lesson-sermon was the following from the Bible: “Let no man deceive you with vain words: For ye were sometimes darkness, but now are ye light in the Lord: walk as children of light: Proving what is acceptable unto the Lord. And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them. See then that ye walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise, redeeming the time, because tht days are evil.” (Ephesians 5: 6, 8, 10, 11, 15, 16.) The lesson-sermon also included the following passage from the Christian Science textbook, “Sci­ ence and Health With Key to the Scriptures” by Mary Baker Eddy: “If mortals would keep proper ward over mortal mind, the brood of evils which infest it would be cleared out. We must begin with this so-called mind and empty it of sin and sickness, or sin and sickness will never cease. Evil thoughts and aims reach no far­ ther and do no' more harm than one’s belief permits. Evil thoughts, lusts, and malicious purposes can­ not go forth, like wandering pol­ len, from one human mind to an­ other, finding unsuspected lodge­ ment, if virtue and truth build a strong defense.” (pp 234 and 235.) R.A.M. MEETS AT LIMA Accompanying Dale’ Metlen, ligh priest, a party of Royal Arch Masons of Dillon chapter No. 8, motored to Lima last Saturday evening for a formal meeting which was held in the Masonic hall there. Following the meet­ ing, refreshments were served. SEE BULLDOG-BRONC FRAY A number of Dillon football fans attended the Butte-Billings football game on Thanksgiving day in Butte and watched the Bulldogs and Broncs scrap their way to a 7-7 tie, to share the iigh-school championship for the first time since 1925 when Bill­ ings and Great Falls divided the aurels with a 27-27 tie. _______ --------------- Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Tope of Wisdom and their daughter, Mrs. Talph Potts, were shoppers here Monday. w M * r ' í 0 ' t w H * KI - 1.25 „ M W « » w m V w w w X L Old Oscar Pepper Brand-Bourbon Whlikoy a Blond ♦ 86 proof—51% Straight whiskies, 49% grain n eutral spirits ♦ Frank - fortDistilleries, Inc., Louisville & Baltimore. G5< 1/2 PINT $2.00 4/5 OT. JACKSON Mrs. S. J. Johnson and daughter Nora attended to business affairs in Dillon Tuesday. Sincerity Rebekah lodge met in regular session Tuesday. Import­ ant business was disposed of after which the members met in the recreation hall for a social hour. Delicious refreshments were serv­ ed by Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. Mitchell of Anaconda was a recent visitor of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Fullerton. Mrs. Dan Pendergast and Mrs. Melvin Petersen were hostesses to the Home Makers club at the home of Mrs. Petersen for the November meeting. Mrs. Wilson attended the re­ ception aqd banquet tendered Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Holloran by Mrs. Joel Doyle at their home in Dillon Saturday which event not- ed the twenty-fifth wedding an- ‘ the niversary of the couple. Mrs. John Krause spent Thanks­ giving day in Dixon, Mont., where relatives gathered for a re-union. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wenger and children were dinner guests at the Martin C. Jackson Thanks­ giving table. Mr. and Mrs. Jules Wenger, sr., also served a family re-union din­ ner at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Jardine and Bruce were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Jorgensen of Wisdom Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Boetticher and baby daughter visited with friends in Melrose and Deer Lodge the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hill motored to Hamilton to spend Thanksgiv­ ing with Mrs. Hill’s mother and brother. Thanksgiving morning dawned clear and bright here, and every one seemed in cheerful frame of mind. The community flag was floating out beautifully, signaliz­ ing the community gratitude, when a cloud of sorrow hovered over the vicinity when the mess­ age was relayed that baby Fran­ cis K. Harrison had passed away that morning. The following from here attended the funeral rites in Dillon Saturday morning: Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson and son, Rob­ ert and daughters Irma and Cath­ erine, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nel­ son, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shepherd and Anna Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pendergast, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wenger, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Boetticher, Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Fred Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Martin C. Jackson, Mrs. Mildred Dansie and daughter, Suzanne, Mrs. Mark Clemow. At this beautiful and impressive service there was a rift in the cloud and solace was born to the sorrowing ones when the following facts were wafted to them in sweet strains of music: “Safe from corroding care, Safe from the world’s tempta­ tions, Sin cannot harm her there.” The angels called the baby early Which was not as earthly friends had planned. But by His grace, the trial they THANKSGIVING SERVICE In accordance with established custom to express annually on Thanksgiving day gratitude for divine protection and blessings experienced throughout the year, Christian Science Society, Dillon, held a Thanksgiving service on Thursday morning in room 18, White block. The service differing somewhat from the form followed at Sun­ day services, included the reading of the Thanksgiving proclamation written by the Governor of the State of Montana. The congrega­ tion united in prayer and in the- singing of appropriate hymns from the Christian S c i e n c e Hymnal. The golden text of the lesson- sermon on “Thanksgiving” was as follows: \Offer unto God thanks­ giving; and pray thy vows unto the most High: and call upon me in the day of trouble: I will de­ liver thee, and thou shalt glorify me.” (Psalms 50: 14, 15.) One of the scriptural passages was from Psalms 65: “Thou crownest the year with thy good­ ness; and thy paths drop fatness” The reading from the Christian Science textbook, “Science and Health With Key to the Scrip­ tures” by Mary Baker Eddy, in­ cluded the following citation: “Are we really grateful for the good already received? Then we shall avail ourselves of the bless­ ings we have and thus be fitted to receive more. Gratitude is much more than a verbal expres­ sion of thanks. Action expresses more gratitude than speech.” (p. 3.) After the reading of the lesson- , sermon, the soloist sang “Thanks Be to God,” by Dickson. Before the close of the service the first reader announced that a brief opportunity would be given J or testimonies by Christian Scientists appropriate for the occasion, and many present ex­ pressed gratitude for healings and benefits received through Chris­ tian Science. The service ended with the benediction from II Corinthians 4: 15, “All things are for your sakes, that the abundant grace might through the ¡thanksgiving of many rebound to the glory of God. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gravely of Dell were among the visitors transacting business in Dillon Monday. will face, And try to understand. POPULAR D E L U S I O N S . . . by MaeConachie ■Q.M»<= (J o n on THAT THE ¿ COCKTAIL ~ IS YANKEE IN ORIGIN , COCKTAIL? ) WERE BORN INCHINA rATHOUSAND YEARS AGO. DELUSION: THAT J H E PHRASE 7 HEM?«rrWAS BUILT AROUND THE ABRIGAN BOXER k I d MK? ' th e m ? gct A vaj USEDINSeOltANP R F K ID * BEFO MiCCY WAS BORN. DELUSION: THAT T H E R M S NOTHING NEW IN THE HOUSEWIFE DICTIONARY. USAGE HAS M A D E \GLASSED F O O D S ' '\GLASSING* A N D 'T O GLASS NEW TERM S FOR MODERN DAY PRESERVING IN GLASS JARS’ O R BOTTLE?. ....... OH BOY.' No rioim FROM THE S A R G E NOW. H E 'S GOT H IS 'TOLLHOUSE CfeotCIES DELUSIONITHAT ARMY AUTHORITIES' FROWN UPON THE BOff IN GAMP BEING SENT TTDBny, SUCH AP COOKIE? .... THINGS WHICH ADDTOTHEENJifcTIENr OF BARRACKS LIFE ARE WELCOMED BY ARMY MEN. HOME-MADE COOWESTOPUST OF MANY'BUNDLES FOR BUDDIES'? ....... DELUSIONITHATGOING Wf A HAT SHOWS' YOU ARE NOT A SLAVE TO HABIT. .......... IN GAESARSTTME SLAVES WERE NOT ALUJWBJTDWEAR HATS. VHEN GIVEN HIS FREEDOM THE FIRST CEREMONf WAS1HE PRE- SEMTÄI10N OF A H A T ...

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