The Dillon Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1891-1962, February 01, 1956, Image 2

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DELL n e w s Ifklafti ANNIE McNINCH Correspondent LARG E ATTENDANCE AT F B TALENT PROGRAM •' The talent show sponsored by the Dell Farm Bureau, directed by Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hark­ ness for the'March of Dimes, was well'attended. Those taking part\ were Delores Brenemah, accom­ panied by her mother, Mrs. Sam Breneman; Michael Stosich, Rus­ sell Gasser, Karie [Athchley, Tommy Breneman, Mr. i and Mrs. Ernest Harkness, Sue Mann, Mr. and Mrs. Dick . McNinch, Diana McNinch and Janice Harkness, Nancy Sweeney ; andj Bernice Harkness, Mary Ellen Sawyer and Marilyn Raddatz, Byron Martin- ell, Larry Clark, Carol Martinell, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hark­ ness. The Dell school piipils were directed by Mrs. Sawyer. Clifford\ Doke, IF YE delegate and county agent Ed. Atkins, showed films of Pakistan.,Clifford fold many interesting facts of the way people in Pakistan live. A total of $22.15 was taken in from the talent show for the polio fund. The small children of the Dell school have a club called the Red Butte club and they donated 75c for the. polio fund. Home Demonstration A g e n t’s N e w s & V ie w s » by Lnra B. Penwell ______ Life In Pakistan Described at Meeting of AAUW j Clifford Doke, who spent six months in Pakistan living with four different families as a dele­ gate of the International Farm Youth Exchange, described his experiences to the Dillon branch of A.A.U.W. the evening of Jan­ uary 23 at the home of Mrs. Shel- Attend Armstead Meeting Among those who attended the Home Demonstration club at Armstead Thursday, night were Mrs.' Austin Cheney, Florence Briggs, Laura Peterson, Edna Lohr, Gail Rule, Joan Briggs and Anna May Cheney. The lesson was first aid and was given b y , , , . , . .,. , Mrs.' .Mildred Scott. A delicious ! County 4-H Leaders Are Attending Course at MSC Four phases of 4-H training are being offered at the fourth a n - __ ____ _ ^ _ ____ nual 4-H! leaders_school which don £ Davis with Mrs. Lura Pen- °Pe„ned Monday, January 30, at i wen co-hostess. His home is near 7:30'pun. ,in .the ballroom ofthe Glasgow, Montana, and he is. a student union at Montana State , student at Montana State College. ers r l o r e l K ^ l 'coatíes tr¿' 1 Illustrating his talk with slides, attendüíl counües are|he explainéd the geography of auncung.: Pakistan, the social customs, edu- Phases offered include training catión, religion and economic con- m leading 4-H clubs, home ím- ¿itions of the inhabitants, point- pro vement. clubs, field crops clubs j^g out that the scale of living and 4-H electric clubs. Work- compared to American standards shops, speeches, demonstrations low, yet the people are happy. usedd S t o ^ á n S o ¿ e r e n c T g |:: Sanitation is almost nonexist- used m the training conference. |ent> ;food lacks variety with rice From Beaverhead county, Mrs. the staple diet and the money in- I. B. Jensen is receiving tram- ¿ome is very low. Methods of mg in- Homp Improvement and farming are backward and oper- Mr. Jensen m the Electric project. ators who might use, some mech- Bruce Watters of _. Dillon is a gnized equipment, hesitate to do leader instructor in the latter g0 because it would take work course. 'away from those who need1t. i He Other features on the ágenda pointed out many differences in include brekfasts and evening culture but showed the- reasons programs.: I behind their customs, in his in- Three evenings are planned for j teresting talk. the leaders opening session, a Mu Beta Beta party and a banquet. Paul J . Moore, state 4-H club leader, presides at the opening session when N. E. Beers, director of the ’-extension service gives a welcome, i lunch- was served, by the Arm­ stead club. ■' First Aid Classes , , - The first aid ‘ classes given by Ed • Swetish \at the Dell Commu­ nity hall are well attended. They ! have these classes every Monday and Wednesdays. Everybody is ‘ welcome. H D Card Party -^Everyone attending the Home Demonstration card party Satur­ day night reported a very good time. - . From Missoula Mrs. Ann McKenzie of Missoula was a visitor in Dell. Saturday and attended the card party Sat­ urday night. She won, the all cut prize. i Visitors from Oilmont. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Sieben of Oilmont, Montana, spent several ‘ 1 -----------------------------------------------------------------: ------------------ 2 DILLON EXAMINER Wednesday, February 1, 1956 Mrs. John Avery and husband. While here they helped Mrs. Avery celebrate her birthday with a turkey dinner. Mr. and Sirs. Billy Peterson were callers in Dillon Monday Daughter Bom to Dettons Mr. and Mrs. Don Detton are the proud parents of a girl bom in Pocatello last Thursday. She comes as a companion to three sis­ ters, Ara Jeneane, Donna Jean and Kay. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.- Bob Detton of Lima and Oscar Gravely1 of Dell. A SANDWICH ORA SUNDAY DINNER Baby Peterson! Home Mr. and Mrs. Earl Peterson re­ ceived word from their. son and daughter-in-law,. Pvt. and Mrs. Peter G. Peterson of California, that they had brought their baby son home! from the hospital. He weighed 5; lbs. and 2 oz., but was gaining after his illness. Mary Ellen Sawyer of Lima vis­ ited Monday night with her mother, Mrs. Eleanor Sawyer at the Dell teacherage. Farm Bureau Meets Friday The Dell Farm Bureau . will hold -its . regular meeting at the Dell Community hall Feb. 3. Ralph Stosich of the Lima Fire Department will show films of the Lima j rural fire truck in ac­ tion and demonstrate the use of the resuscitator. Everyone is in­ vited to attend this meeting. P. D. Peterson was a visitor in Dillon Thursday. WING Training Course for 4-H Leaders Meets in Bozeman Bozeman — Thirty-seven 4-H club leaders from 21 counties are registered for the w.ork in lead­ ing a 4-H club which is one of four phases of 4-H training at the Montana 4-H Club Leaders School now being held at Montana State College. The school started Mon­ day and continues through Friday of this week. The school also trains for lead­ ership of home improvements clubs, field crops clubs, and 4-H electric clubs. , - The course on the . techniques of leading a 4-H club work covers over the Moose Lodge, oh scores of 798 to 721, 805 to 849, 895 to 748 and 2498 to 2418. Commercial League, Jan. 30 The Metlen Hotel won the sec- qnd from the Tribune, but that is all, as the paper, boys rallied to take the other three points. Scores were 854 to 853, 932 to 956, 939 to 906 and 2725 to 27-15. The winners had high team series and the los­ ers high team game in their lone Win. Rodgers had a 572 series for the losers. In another 3-1 decision, Min­ erals Engineering took Roberts Market, on scores of 829 to 802, 857 to 859, 979 to 937 and 2666 to 2579. H In the other 3-1 win, the Big j the purpose of 4-H work, what to Dipper were winners over Coast I accomplish the first year, plan- to Coast, on scores of 891 to 774, !ning the yearly program, the 860 to 891, 904 to 887 and-2655 to ¡leader’s part in 4-H, and m_in- 2552. - taining interest. . . Paul’s Chevrolet managed to! The course also includes two gam a split decision by virtue of \ talks by E. W. Aiton, director of a big first game win which also.! the division of 4-H, clubs and gave them the series, 945 to 823ty0ung mens and womens work, and 2634 to 2544. The second and Federal Extension Service, Wash- third went to Gosman’s, 888 to Tngton, D. C. He speaks on' “ Un- 883 and 833 to 806. derstanding of Boys and Girls,” City League, Jan. 31 and “Ways of Working with The Tash Ranchers won' 3-1 Young People.” over Mockels, on scores of 819 to ' 941 to .790, 917 to 859 and gT_ rose CATHOLIC CHCRCIi Zt > i t to ¿£>4*5. 1 ™ D . Dillon—8:00 am., and 10:00 a.n. The Eagle Bar won 3-1 over the e h cundav Andrus Hotel, on scores of 925 to T. y\ _ . , 847, 865 to 897, 928 to 777 and1 Ltaia-4 pm. first Sunday of eacn 2718 to 2521, I month. In the third of the four 3-11 Melrose—4 pm. third Sunday of matches, the Dillon Creamery1 each month and fifth Sunday when won from .Shaffer’s Bakery', on . 11 comes. scores of 941 to 828, 935 to 866, 827 to 850 and 2703 to 2544. All league honors went in the match between Ned-Eva Lanes and Stewart Const. The Lanes won 3-1, on scores of 923 to 871, 935 to 912, 937 to 984 and 2795 to 2767. The winners had high team series and the losers high team game. Ned Newton had a 265 and 694 for individual honors. His other two games were 213 216. That’s a lot of wood. Jackson—4 pm. fourth Sunday o: each month. ¡ . and Vigilante League, Jan. 25 The State Bar won all but the middle game from the Beaver­ head Laundry, on scores of 787 to 730, 754 to 765, 830 to 808 and 2370 to 2303. The Roberta lost the fast game to the Montanan, but *won the other three, on scores of 775 to omo J97o£?o7™. 8*I t<? 849 {md! Dale Tash and Eve Eliel 2409 to 2343. The Montanan had i rin Hnrmr o „ n _i T t high team game with their lone ° n Hon0r Ro11 at State U w*?' , , , , , * , -c, , • . Dale R. Tash, Jr., was among, Jacks Market and Electric and the 27 students at the State Uni-i a close battle, with , versity who earned straight-A the Market winmng2l2 to 1 -4 for averages for the fall quarter and : J?^ket, 820 to 799, second to Miss Eve S. Eliel qualified for the S ^ a f°r th® honor roll released by the regis- I E & V, 784 to 771, and the last, trar’s office. Tash is the son of i a tie game, 752 each The series Mr. and Mrs. Dale R. -Tash and lP°mt went to the Market, 23£3 to Miss Eliel is the daughter of Mr. * . ., „ , . and Mrs. Lambert Eliel of Dillon. In the other 3-1 win, the Oasis A total of 317 students placed on were victors over Vaughn and. the fall quarter honor roll. Ragsdale, on scores of 731 to 765, MONUMENTS and MARKERS permanent reverence with dignity and beauty' Raymond Schwartz 335 So. California Representing ART MEMORIAL COMPANY Butte, Montana Army for three years, according Prepared for Your Enjoyment to Sgt. George Boryan, recruiter for this area. Fred enlisted under the Army’s high school program where he chose to attend the electric motor and generator repair course at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. He was transferred to Fort Ord, Califor­ nia,\ where he will take his eight weeks of basic training. Fred i s : a graduate from Lima high school, 1954, and has been employed Iby the Williams Feed Company of Dillon. FRED KLUESNER ENLISTS FOR 3 YEARS A R M Y HITCH Fred Kluesner, son of Mr. and Mrs. William. Kluesner of Lima, j individual series was rolled by last Friday enlisted into the U. S. Malesich of the winners, with a 805 to 770, 800 to 715 and 2336 to 2250. King Pin League, Jan. 27 The . Joyettes made a clean sweep of their match with the Beaverhead Bar Supply, on scores of 779 to 715, 759 to 742, 790 to 716 and 2328 to 2171. The' winners had high team game and series, and Nygren had a- 615 for high individual game. The Andrus Barber Shop won the first two games from Joe’s Toggery, 741 to .711 and 702 to 676: The Toggery won the third and series, 751-to 672 and 2138 to 2115. Eliels scored a 3-1 win over Grogan’s Groggery, on scores of 757 to 702, 786 to 731, 761 to 765 and 2304 to 2201. . The Shaffer Bakery squad were 3-1 winners over the Big Dipper, on scores of 746 to 686, 755 to 789, 777 to 733 and 2278 to 2208. High at the B L U E ANCHOR BAR and GRILL At Twin Bridges • We specialize in GOOD FOOD, carefully prepared and , thoughtfully served ' \ y y e treat aU of our friends alike—' and we just don’t know any strangers PAUL TAYLORS H AVE SON Mr. and Mrs. Paul Taylor of Dillon became parents of a son born to them lagt Wednesday at the Butte! Memorial) hospital. Subscribe to thè' Examiner — First National Bank Serving This Community Since 1880 Affiliated with NORTHWEST BANCORPORATION , Member of FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 474. Treasure State League, Jan. 26 , All honors went to Warners In their 4-0 win over Gib’s Union 76. Scores were 841 to 836, 894 to 866, 944 to 819 and 2649 to 2521. K. Nudd had a 216 and 520 for both individual honors. Cochrane Motors won 3-1 over. Hignight Plumbing, on scores of 883 to 856, 881 to 824, 770 to 830, and 2524 to 2510. Minerals Engineering were 3-1 winners' over Farmers Union, on scores of 851 to 795, 885 to- 939, 941 to 880 and 2677 to 2614. ' Montana Motor Supply won 3-1 Farm Gate SALE (ONE WEEK ONLY) To Open, Just “ Bumpit” Drive Through, It Closes And Locks Automatically NO ELECTRICITY NO W EIGHTS NO SPRINGS NO ROPES 12 Ft. Gate, Reg. $91.00, Sale..:. ........ . .......... . ....... $39.50 14 Ft. Gate, Reg. $96.50, Sale ........... ................... $44.50 16 Ft. Gate, Reg. $101.00, Sale : ............ ..............$49.50 FARM STORE Custom Butchering and Meat Curing Plant Our Plant Has Been Expanded and Is Modern Throughout • / “ Bring Them in Alive — We Do the Rest” CATTLE AND HOGS MUST BE IN OUR YARDS ON MONDAYS Robert’s Market DILLON Phone 690-W (Meat Packing Plant)

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