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Page Four T H E D I L L O N E X A M I N E R Wed., Nov. 7,1945 T he D illon E xaminer Entered as Second Class Matter, September' 20, 1902, at the Post Offlcv at Dillon. Montana, Under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. NATIONAL E D ITORIAL- - ------------------------------------- --- ‘ ‘ ~ SSOCIATION Issued Wednesday of Every Week. ______ Z f l f a & U All letters pertaining to the Editorial Department or the Business Manage­ ment of the Examiner should be addressed to The Dillon Examiner, 124 So. Montana Street, Dillon, Montana. S Six Months .................. $1.00 One Year ................................ 2.00 Two Years ................................. 3.50 Three Years..................................... 5.00 Five Years— .................................. 7.50 No. 17—Wed., Nov. 7, 1945. LIMA NEWS Full Coverage of News from the Southern Section of Montana’s Largest County. Mrs. Lola Ford spent Monday and Tuesday in Butte where she attended to business matters. Mr. and Mrs.? David Freeman left on Monday morning for Las Vegas where Dave will be em­ ployed by the M K company for the winter. Harry Hoadley and F. Q . Mitch­ ell were two of the numerous hunters out the past week who each bagged an elk. Mrs. D. Norman, accompanied her father, Mr. Kimbrell, as far as Pocatello on Wednesday of last week where he took the train for Memphis, Tenn., to spend sev­ eral months with another daugh­ ter. Mr. and Mrs. Marsden Williams left on Friday for Blackfoot where they will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bolton, who have visited the past ten days at the Jack Altmyer ranch, returned Sunday to their home at Ameri­ can Falls. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Bunce re­ turned from Pocatello Monday where Mrs. Bunce had been re­ ceiving medical attention. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Lowder were business callers in Dillon Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Palmer and son, Norman, left for Salmon, Announcement Reopening of the D i l l o n B o t t l i n g W o r k s Closed January, 1943, due to the illness and subsequent death of our father, E. L. WHEAT. We are sorry that due to military service we were unable to continue serving our customers. Your pa­ tience and understanding is greatly appreciated. Orange Crush Available Today! Ask for It! As Isoon ¡as materials are available, our lines will be complete: King’s Court Lemon Sour King’s Court Ginger Ale Califruit, Lime Rickey Distributors for— Canada Dry and White {Rock Beverages Tobacco and Candy as supplies become available It is with great pleasure that we announce our former /employee, Henry Hignight, will be with us. WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATRONAGE Donald and Harold Wheat Phone 154-W Idaho, Monday to attend to mat ters of business. They were ac companied by Mrs. James Palmer of Richmond, Calif., who is here visiting his son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Palmer. Neighbors of Woodcraft met at the home of Betty Calvert with Stella Smith, co-hostess, Nov. 1. Gwen Reeder held the winning number after initiation, and a de licious lunch was served. Emily Reeder, student nurse at the St. James hospital in Butte, spent the week-end in Lima visit­ ing home folks. Mrs. Delos Jenkins was a Butte caller last Friday. Mrs. Mary Morris of Butte was Volume 55 attending to matters of business in Lima over the week-end. Mrs. Julia Peat motored to Sheridan and Townsend over the week-end. Whiel in Townsend, she was the guest of her brother, Peter Grant. Sgt. Jack Smith from Camp Butner, N. C., was the week-end guest of his aunt, Mrs. Julia Peat. Mr. and Mrs. Muggs McGrath of Dell were calling on friencls in Lima Wednesday and attending to matters of business. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Lackey will be interested in learning that their son, Leek, is expected home by Christmas. He was in Okinawa during the ter­ rible storm and writes he could not attempt to describe the se­ verity of it. Mrs. Mack Bunce and son, Del, Mrs. Fred Bunce and daughter, Krissy, returned to their home in Pocatello Thursday. They have been house guests at the home of L. E. Bunce for the past month. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Truax, Mrs. J. W. Patterson, and Mrs. Law­ rence Peterson, sr., motored to Idaho Falls Thursday to do some shopping. Bob Detton was a business call­ er in Dillon Monday. Mr. Fuller returned Sunday night from Galveston, Texas, where he had been called by the death of his son, Norman. Mrs. Fuller will return later. Pete Peterson of Medicine Lodge was in Lima Monday morning and left for Dillon on a business mission. Lima Community S u n d a y school, 10:30 a.m., Nov. 11; church services, 3:00 p. m. with the Rev. Norman Benson bringing the mes­ sage; Bible study Friday, Nov. 9, 7:30 p. m., at the church. Among those in Dillon on Fri­ day from Lima were Mrs. Kurt Raddatz, Mrs. Ray Weeks, and J. W. Patterson. Mrs. Ray Kellett left for Butte Monday to be with Mrs. Swagerty who is a patient at the Murray hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark mo­ tored to Ancred, Idaho, Sunday returning Monday via Idaho Falls. Mrs. Camas Nelson returned from Butte Saturday where she is serving on the federal jury. She was excused until Monday Nov. 12 at 10 o’clock. Mr. and Mrs. Monte Berrett and children, Leilla and Jerry, and Miss Amarylis Noffringer of Menan, Idaho, spent Sunday eve ning at the Dee Cherry home. L. G. Winters and wife of Butte president of the Butte district of the L.D.S. church, spent Sunday in Lima and met with the mem­ bers of the church. A Relief So­ ciety conference was held in the afternoon. Word received from Fay Mar- ler by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Marler, that his wife is con­ fined to the hospital with yellow jaundice. Mrs. L. J. Marler entertained a group of young people on the 29th of October in honor of Ken­ neth’s 18th birthday. Mrs. S. Bittick and Mrs. Mil­ dred Humphrey were shoppers in Butte Saturday. Mrs. D. Norman left for Butte Tuesday morning and expects to be gone several days. Mrs. Frances Still returned from Missoula Tuesday and in tends making her home in Lima this winter. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kitzsimmons of Seattle, Wash., spent Saturday visiting friends in Lima. The L.S.B. of L. F. & E„ No. 528, met at the home of Mrs. Lewis Kington Thursday for their first social of the season. Mrs. John Burt of Idaho Falls spent Saturday in Lima on busi­ ness. , Roger Williams Bible Study met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kington, with Miss Eve­ lyn Jones, co-hostess. A very pleasant evening was spent in study and songs after which deli­ cious lunch was served to thirty- four members and friends. Mrs. H. Sulloway and Mrs. Nel­ lie Decker entertained at a Hal­ loween party Wednesday evening for the primary children in the gym. Mrs. James Pierce and Mrs. Lewis Kington served cookies and took the youngsters on a parade through the town which was en­ joyed by all. Later, games were played in the gym. Pythian Sister sewing club was entertained at the home of Jtfary Patterson, Tuesday, Oct. 23. Many Halloween decorations were in evidence throughout the house. Three tables of cards were in play, all visitors and players wearing Halloween hats. Twenty members enjoyed the evening. Prizes were awarded as follows: Mrs. Azalia Peterson, high; Mrs. Ethel Bray, second high; Mrs. ¡Helen Raddatz, low; Mrs. Dorothy Bittick, second low; and Mrs. Dora Peterson drew the all-cut. At a late hour the ladies left for their homes, declaring Mrs. Pat­ terson a grand hostess. • Lerp Mallary had the misfor­ tune to fall and break three ribs Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Gleed en­ tertained at a family dinner Sun­ day evening in honor of their son, George, who is spending a 45-day furlough at home after two years spent overseas. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Franks, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Reeder and daugh­ ter, Encity, of Butte, Miss Helen Webb of Forsyth, Mont., and the host and hostess. George is leav­ ing Oct. 12 for camp. Mr. and Mrs. Camas Nelson, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Patterson, motored to Dillon Tuesday and expect to enjoy a chicken dinner with the Metho­ dist ladies. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Gleed had as dinner guests, Oct. 27, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gleed and daughters, Jean and Bernice, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Capita of Whitehall, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ä.< Pierce and sons, NOTICE OF SALE Sealed Bids will be received at the office of the County Clerk, Beaverhead County, Montana, for the purchase of one TD-18 Inter­ national Tractor, with Hiel cable dozer. Appraised at $5,100.00. Can be seen at Wisdom, Montana. Also one Cletrac 35 Tractor, with generator and starter. Ap­ praised at $500.00. Can be seen at County Yards, Dillon, Mon­ tana. Also one. No. 44 “Caterpillar” Grader with 10-ft. blade, hand controlled. Equipped with pneu­ matic tires. Appraised at $835.00. Can be seen at County Yards, Dil­ lon, Montana. No bids will be accepted that are not at least 90 per cent of the appraised value. Bids will be received at the of­ fice of the County Clerk until 10:00 o’clock a. m., November 28, 1945, at which time the bids will Leo and jim^Miss.Bernice Gleed | be opened, left Tuesday to enter Whitman By order of the Beaverhead colleee in Walla Walla Wash County Commissioners, dated this college in Walla Walla, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Altmyer and children have returned from American Falls, Idaho, where they attended funeral services for the former’s mother, held on Wednesday. Visitors last week at the Altmyer ranch were Dan Altmyer and brother Jack and wife and son from California, also Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bolten, broth­ er and sister-in-law of Mrs. Alt­ myer. Mr. Bolten was recently discharged from the Naval air corps. Tlje Morrison-Knudson com­ pany, which has maintained a rock crushing outfit here for the past three years, last week sus­ pended operations and have mov­ ed their equipment back to .Boise. The crew, under the superinten­ dency of Doc Schrock, will leave for Las Vegas wfyere they will be employed in the same type of work. A large number of em- 5th day of November, 1945, A. D. MARTIN C. JACKSON, Chairman of Said Board, Attëst * C.' W. BUCKINGHAM, 17-3t. Clerk of Said Board. ALIAS SUMMONS In the District Court of the Fifth Judicial District of the State of Montana, In and For the Coun­ ty of Beaverhead. MARION F. SITZE, Plaintiff, vs. JESSIE M. SITZE, Defendant. The State of Montana, to the Above-Named Defendant: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this ac­ tion which is filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, and to file your answer and , , . , ... , serve a copy thereof upon the ployees and their families who plaintiffs attorney within twenty have resided in Lima for the past four months are moving from here this week. Plans are indefi­ nite in regard to the completion of the work next summer. Kay Harrington Dies Miss Kay Harrington, a former teacher in the Whitehall high school, died at her home in Los Angeles, Calif., Wednesday eve­ ning, Oct. 17, following a linger­ ing illness of more than five years. Miss Harrington was born and raised in Anaconda, Mont. Fol­ lowing her graduation from the days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service; and in case of your fail­ ure to appear or answer, judg­ ment will be taken against you by default, for the relief demand­ ed in the complaint. This action is brought to obtain an absolute divorce in favor of the plaintiff and against the de­ fendant ijpon the ground that more than ten years before the commencement of this action the defendant voluntarily separated herself from the plaintiff with STA 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 Complete Banking Facilities Dillon Normal college she taught the intent to desert him; and at Lima. She then enrolled at I ever since has, and still continues the University of Montana and ■ willfully to desert the plaintiff, received a degree in English and | WITNESS my hand and the physical education in the fall of ¡seal of said Court this 7th day of 1933 was elected by the Whitehall November, 1945. school board to teach physical NORMAN GILES, education and Spanish. She re- (Seal) Clerk, mained a member of the White- John Collins, Attorney for hall high school faculty until the Plaintiff, Dillon, Montana. 17-4t. spring of 1937. In the fall of 1937 ------------------------------------------ she accepted a position as Eng­ lish teacher in the Anaconda high school. During the summer she brothers, Peter, James and Len. Dell Notes Mr. and Mrs. James McKenzie, was in charge of the halls at the Mrs. Don Bramlett and Tom Mc- summer school sessions at the Kenzie were business visitors in university at Missoula. During Dillon on Wednesday. the summer of 1940 she suffered a complete collapse while in Mis­ soula and was taken by plane to Los Angeles where her mother and the immediate members of the family were then living. Her illness was diagnosed as leukemia or cancer of the blood. For the remaining years of her life she Mr. and Mrs. Muggs McGrath and Mrs. P. J. Bimat spent Thurs­ day in Butte visiting Mr. Bimat who is a patient at the Murray hospital. John Sweeney and Carl Knox returned from Ogden, Utah on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Peterson was practically bed-ridden and' were Dillon visitors on Friday, was hospitalized for months at a Miss Wilet Rivers spent the time. She was completely una-1 week-end visiting in Dell, ware of the fact that she was in- j Mr. and Mrs. Ray Martinell en- curably ill and her letters to tertained at a dinner Friday eve- friends in Whitehall which be - t ning in honor of Montana Garr. came more infrequent as her, Harold Price was a business strength failed, were always visitor in Dell on Sunday. cheerful and filled with visions! - -------------------------- of the things she planned to do DISTRICT DEPUTY OF when she would be completely ELKS TO VISIT LODGE recovered. Miss Harrington was ' (Continued from page 1) an ideal teacher. She was de-! Americanism and defense corn- voted to her family, especially mittee of the Montana State Elks her younger brothers. Her earn-' association, it has been announc­ ings were partially spent for their . ed, and William M. Lloyd, past education. Her personality and j exalted ruler, has been named unselfish spirit endeared her to on the ritualistic committee. Har- all who knew her. She is sur#! old C. Murray of Dillon recently vived by her widowed mother, ‘ was named as a member of the one sister, Lt. Ann Harrington of state past exalted rulers com- the U. S. Marine Corps, and three mittee. M o know N T A N A Names . . . Places BOZEMAN By John Lyman, Editor Bozeman Courier Bozeman, in the heart of the Gallatin Empire, was named for the famous guide, John Bozeman, during a meeting August 1864 attended by a group of men who had located claims on the pres­ ent site of the city. During those early days hordes of travelers in ox carts passed through Bozeman on their way to the gold fields farther West. Many, disappointed in their search for wealth retraced their steps and realizing the vast agricultural wealth of the valley decided to stay and make their homes in the Gallatin. Today Bozeman is a fast growing community of 10,500 persons, the home of Montana State College, the center of one of the finest agricultural regions in the country and the meeca of hundreds of visitors who enjoy its hospitality during the sum­ mer months on their way to Yellowstone Park. Bozeman is truly a friendly city in a friendly valley. WINNETT By R. D. Glatz, Editor Winnett Times Winnett, county seat of Petroleum county, and once a city of more than 2,000 population during the hey-day of the Cat Creek oil field boom of 1920 to 1926, is now a steady, thriving town of over 400 population, with its best future before it’ with the con­ struction .of additional irrigation projects, was founded by Walter J. Winnett prior to 1900. Walter Winnett’s ranch headquarters on McDonald Creek became the nucleus of the present town. Portions of the old Winnett barn are still standing at the west end of Main street, and the ranch house is at present occupied by a prominent ranching family, whose holdings comprise a part of Winnett’s earlier holdings. Water mains and a sewerage system and many modern homes now cover the area which was once an alfalfa field, the pride and joy of Walter J. Winnett, a pioneer of the Old West. Anaconda Copper Mining Company GIVEN CASE IS VACATED Demurrer Submitted to Court for Decision The case of the state vs. V. C. Given of Anaconda on a charge of practicing chiropractic with­ out a license was vacated this morning after the defendant was granted permission to withdraw his plea of not guilty and file a demurrer for the purpose of test­ ing the constitutionality of the statute governing chiropractic practice. The demurrer will be submitted to Judge B. E. Berg for bis deci­ sion. Both the plaintiff and de­ fendant were granted time in which to file briefs. Defense Attorney Earl C. Am- merman, and H. L. Maury and A. G. Shone of Butte, associate counsel, contended that the sta­ tute is unconstitutional. County Attorney Richard A. Bodine, in charge of the state’s case, consented to the withdrawal of the plea and submission of the demurrer. Counsel for the defense stated in court that if the demurrer should be overruled, the case will be submitted to the state supreme court for clarification of the codes. The Given case was the last criminal action on the docket. Jurors were excused until 9:30 a. m. Tuesday, Nov. 6, when court will be resumed to hear three civil cases.—The Livingston En­ terprise, Wednesday, Oct. 24, 1945. ____________________ 16-2t. SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION In the District Court of the Fifth Judicial District of the State of Montana, In and For the Coun­ ty of Beaverhead. ELLA L. ANDERSON, Plaintiff, vis. CLARENCE C. AXE, FLORENCE AXE, LILLIAN TETZE, E. D. WHITE, NANCY F. WHITE, CAROLYN WHITE, MARGAR­ ET WHITE FAGER, and all! persons, known or unknown, | claiming, or who might claim,! any right, title, estate, or in­ terest in, or lien or encum­ brance upon the real property described in the complaint, or any thereof, adverse to plain­ tiff’s ownership, or any cloud upon plaintiff’s title thereto, whether such claim or possible claim be present or contingent, including any claim or possible claim of dower, inchoate or accrued, Defendants. The State of Montana to the Above-Named Defendants and To AII Other Persons, Unknown, GREETING: You are hereby summoned to answer the complaint in this ac­ tion which is filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, and to file your answer and serve a copy thereof upon the plaintiff’s attorney within twenty days after the service of this sum­ mons, exclusive of the day of service; and in case of your fail­ ure to appear or answer, judg­ ment will be taken against you by default, for' the relief demand­ ed in the complaint. This action is brought for the purpose of quieting title to the lands situated in the City of Dil­ lon, Montana, by metes and bounds described as follows: A tract of land lying in Block 27, Poindexter & Orr’s Addition, by m e t e s and bounds described as follows: Commencing on the easter­ ly line of Idaho Street at a point which lies 88% ft. northeasterly from the in­ tersection of said line with the northerly line of On- Street and proceeding north­ easterly along the first men­ tioned line for a distance of 61 % ft.; thence southeasterly and at right angles to Idaho Street for a distance of 115 ft.; thence southwesterly and parallel to Idaho Street for a distance of 61% ft.; thence in a direct line to point of beginning. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court this 27th day of October, 1945. NORMAN GILES, Clerk. By H. E. Contway, (SEAL) Deputy Clerk. John Collins, Dillon, Montana, Attorney for Plaintiff. 16-4t. CITATION « In the District Court of the Fifth ^ Judicial District of the State of Montana, In and For the Couh- ty of Beaverhead. In the Matter of the Guardianship of the Estate of WALTER H. BARNES, An Incompetent Person. The State of Montana To Walter H. Barnes, an Incompetent Person: You are hereby notified and in­ formed that F. C. McFadden of Dillon, Montana, has filed in the above-entitled Court his duly verified petition requesting that he be appointed guardian of the estate of Walter H. Barnes situate within the State of Montana, and that Monday, the 26th day of No­ vember, A. D. 1945 at the hou^ of ten o’clock a. m. of said day at the courtroom of this Court, in the courthouse, in the City of Dil­ lon, Montana, has been appointed as the time and place for hearing said petition at which time and place, any person interested may appear and be heard and show cause, if any they have, why said petition should not be granted. ■WITNESS, the Honorable Ly­ man H. Bennett, Judge of the Dis­ trict Court of the Fifth Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Beaver­ head, with the Seal of said Court affixed this 29th day of October, A D 1945 ’ NORMAN GILES, Clerk. (Court Seal) 16-4t. CALL FOR BIDS Bids for the repair of Lima streets will be opened and con­ sidered at the next meeting of the town council, Dec. 3, 1945. Specifications will be furnished by the town clerk, who also will accept the bids. The council re­ serves the right to reject any and/or all bids. MRS. F. O. MITCHELL, 17-3t. Town Clerk. Continuing to feed trail herds at the Carl Hansen ranch.—P. D. Liggett. 14-4t* For the best in tire service, go to the O. K. Robber Welders, 109 Bannack S t, Dillon. 10-tf. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Notice is hereby given by the undersigned administrator of the estate of Charles H. Humes, de­ ceased, to the creditors of, <and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice, to said administrator, at the law offices of John Collins, in the Poindexter Block, Dillon, Montana; the same being the place for the transac­ tion of the business of said es­ tate, in Beaverliead County, Mon­ tana. FRANK C. McFADDEN, Administrator of said estate. First publication October 17, 1945. 14-4t. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the District Court of the Fifth Judicial District of the State of Montana, In and For the Coun­ ty of Beaverhead. In the Matter of the Estate of ERNEST MARCHAND, Deceased. Notice is hereby given by tjhe undersigned administrator, Frank C. McFadden, of the estate of Er­ nest Marchand, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons hav­ ing claims against the said de­ ceased, to exhibit them, with the neceessary vouchers within four months, after the first publication of this notice, to the said Admin­ istrator at the office of J. E. Kelly, Dillon, Montana, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in the County of Beaverhead, State of Montana. FRANK C. McFADDEN, Administrator of the Estate of Ernest Marchand, Deceased. Dated at Dillon, Montana, this 17th day of October, 1945. 14-4t. CALL FOR BIDS Sealed Bids will be received by the County Clerk for one Tractor with 74-inch tread, electric lights and starter, radiator guard, crank­ case guard, front end pull hook, head lamp guard, double drum, cable angle dozer, and 70 to 80 horsepower motor. Bids will be received at the office of the Coun­ ty Clerk until 10:00 o’clock a. m., November 28, 1945, at which time the bids will be opened. The Commissioners reserve the right to . reject any or all bids. By order of the Beaverhead County Commissioners, dated this 5th day of November, 1945, A. D. MARTIN C. JACKSON, Chairman of Said Board, Attest: C. W. BUCKINGHAM, 17-3t. Clerk of Said Board. HARNESS SADDLES and CANVAS SUPPLIES We Repair and Make to Order! Johnson Harness Shop Dillon Feed & Seed Co. FEEDS — SEEDS SALT Phone 9, Box 550, Dillon B lackleg acgressi h W u l H o p P revent L oss F rom B u c k l e r ' A Germ-Free Vaccine of the Highest Standard Field Tested - Active Potent Scientifically Prepared by Parke, Davis & Co. i i k na for fro# booklot oa UadEUi jnovosttoa. BEE T78 WH E B YOU B E E S A 0 G B E 8 S X B G E O . M . G O S M A N Druggist DiDoA Monta « r i o , „-V 1-fc, -i.--' A»«

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