The Dillon Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1891-1962, February 01, 1956, Image 3

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WISDOM NEWS Correspondent BEVERLY HELMING Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. Earl Willey werq. dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Helming on Tuesday. Pinochle at Walchly’s A host of young couples gath­ ered at the Walchly ranch last Wednesday evening for a pinochle party. Gena Sevalstad and John Helming held the high scores of the evening and Mildred Walchly won the consolation prize. The traveling prize was given to Karl Sevalstad and Fritz Walchly won a special prize. Delicious refresh­ ments were served by the hostess, Carolyn Tucker, to top off an eve­ ning of fun; At Sevalstads’ Mrs. Karl Sevalstad entertained 12 ladies at a pinochle party on Thursday night. Anna Lee Baker won the high prize and Teresa Nelson received consolation prize. Traveling prizes Were given to Carolyn Tucker and Julia Hutch­ ins and Mildred Walchly drew a special prize. Spaghetti and ra­ violi were served to the guests at the close of the evening. Helmings Home frem Trip Mr. and Mrs. George Helming and Mrs. Katherine Hurley re­ turned Friday from a three-weeks trip to California. That evening, Mr. and Mrs. Marlow Hyatt and Mr. and Mrs. John Helming had a birthday dinner for Mrs. Helm­ ing. Community Party Seventeen taoies of folks were present\ atr, the community pin­ ochle party on Saturday evening. ALL NEW at the LOWEST The high scores were held by Mrs. Mary Rasmussen and Argyl Ste­ phens. Charles Miller won the 300 pinochle special prize and a spe­ cial prize was given to Floy Helm­ ing. Members of the serving com­ mittee Were Mr. and Mrs. Karl Sevalstad, Mr and Mrs Earl Wil­ ley, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Rasmus­ sen,-Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rasmussen, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond John- Mrs. Mary Tuss Of Great Falls is spending a couple of weeks vis­ iting with her daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Seval­ stad. ' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Willey drove to Butte on Thursday and were Dillon visitors on Friday. Sparky ZeBarth drove to Dillon on Saturday to attend the wed­ ding of Suzanne Dansie. Mr. and Mrs. Howard , Tingle, former Wisdom residents, are now making their home at Cobolt, Idaho. Mrs. Steve Paddock is progress­ ing nicely following major sur­ gery at Galen and she expects to be h&me soon. Donald Thompson hauled cattle over the week end and drove, to Butte on Monday. were Sunday dinner guests o f Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Taylor. Party for Mrs. Hughes Mrs. Dorothy Hughes, o f Dillon spent the early part of last week visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Helming. On Tuesday, Mrs. Helm- ing entertained at a party given for Mrs. Hughes. ^\Bridge was played with Evelyn Huntley hold­ ing high score, Ollie Krause,'sec­ ond, and Mrs. Hughes won a guest prize. On Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Helming and Mrs. Hughes drove to Butte and then on to Dil­ lon where Mr. Helming attended a Texaco meeting. Duwayne Reamer spent Mon­ day in Dillon and Butte. Ralph Cecil in Hospital A former resident, Ralph Cecil, now of Kena, Ore., is presently a patient at the Hillside hospital in Klamath Falls, Ore. He has' been seriously ill, but is recovering nicely. Navy Recruiter To Be In Dillon Thursdays A Navy recruiter is scheduled to be in the Selective Service of­ fice in Dillon* 'eVery Thursday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., according to a schedule announced at the main station in Butte last week. Anyone having questions con­ cerning military or navy careers can get the answers from the re­ cruiter, the announcement said. Many opportunities in a wide field of diversified trainings now exist and interested young mén are urged to ask the recruiter about ’Navy Sign-up Month.” Son Born at Missoula Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bacon of Anaconda are the proud parents of a new baby boy bom last Sat­ urday at the St. Patrick’s hospital in Missoula. The little fellow, weighing 7 lbs., 7 oz., has been named James Melvin, and comes as a companion to two sisters. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bacon. Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Bacon and family visited at the Lawrence Bacon home on Sunday. ‘ Montana Fleeces Win Awards at Denver Show Montana fleeces placed among, top awards at the 1956 National- Western Wool Show recently held at Denver, according to James Drummond, supervisor qf ¿the - Montana Wool Laboratory at ! ; Montana State College. Montana growers entered a total of 33 fleeces, most of which had previously been shown - at, the North Montana Fair, Great Falls, and the National Ram Sale at . Ogderi. : _ ~ ! The Denver exhibit.from , this state took 34 ribbons and-two tro­ phies. The Sieben Livestock Com­ pany of Adal won the trophy for the best exhibit of fleeces made by an individual with the Mon-- . tana Agricultural Experiment station placing second. The experiment station won the trophy for the best exhibit of flye fleeces with the Hughes Livestock company of Stanford placing sec-. / ond. - ■ ■ - ‘ — - Subscribe to. , the Examiner — DILLON EXAMINER 3 Wednesday, February 1, 1956. Home from Hospital Len Smith was released from the Daily Memorial hospital in Hamilton on Saturday following surgery o f two weeks ago. He and Mrs. Smith are now visiting in Walla Walla, Wash., with his par­ ents. Eastern Star Meeting Wisdom chapter No. 67, OES, met in regular session on Janu­ ary 25 with Pearl Miller, worthy matron, and Clarence Helming, worthy patron, presiding. The re­ port of thé Fraternal Correspond­ ence committee was given by Ann Christiansen. Plans are in pro­ gress for the official visitation on April 14. The grand worthy ma­ tron, Vera Lodge of Helena, has been ill and the Wisdom guest will be . Kathryn Johnson of Plains, who is grand conductress. ■ 30 Years Ago (From the Montana Standard) On January 24, 1926, Rayfnond Johnson, Ivan Shaw of Wisdom, and Lee Martinell of Dillon were chosen to represent Beaverhead county, high school at an FFA convention in Bozeman. They en­ tered the livestock judging divi­ sion. . , EVER! Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thompson and Donald attended a card party in Wise River on Saturday night. ' Mr- and'~Mi‘s. Dick Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oilman of Anaconda visited ‘ with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Thompson on Sunday. Steve Paddock and Bud Lun- i deen visited with Mrs. Paddock in j Galen on Monday, j Duwayne Denney spent the ¡week end at the Ole. Heggelund ranch and Johan Heggelund was a week end guest at the Bill Ras­ mussen home. Mr. apd Mrs. Ole Heggelund drove to Butte on Monday. Mr.’ and Mrs. Lester Else spent Sunday and Monday in Butte. Shirley Bacon, a - student at MSC in Bozeman, spent the week end with her parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bacon. Father Visits Leo Boyle’s father from Cali­ fornia visited with him over the week end. On Friday they drove to Butte and Anaconda to spend the week end. Mr. Boyle returned home on Sunday with Ray Bacon who was a Butte visitor. FRIGIDAIRE Electric DRYER $ 1 7 9 9 5 • Giant Screen Drawer controls lint • Full-opening Door • Porcelain Drum • Automatic Timer • Automatic Heat Cut-off H & S REFRIGERATION SERVICE OFFICER HERE James McCashin, service, officer for the state veterans’ welfare com­ mission, visits Dillon each Thursday and has headquarters at the Mon­ tana state employment service. He is qualified to rènder free services to all veterans on pensions, insurance, employment,- vocational -rehabilita­ tion, education and other benefits afforded vétérans, under existing legislation. READ THE DILLON EXAMINER WMCE Bulldogs vs. School of Mines FEBRUARY 3 Main Game — 9:00 o’clock1 WMCE Bulldogs vs. Eastern MCE FEBRUARY 6 Preliminary 6:45 — Main Game 8:00 Admission — Admits, $1.00; Students, 75c; BCHS and DPS, 25c /X Word has been received that! Ted Bacon has been transferred to ah army base at Los Angeles, but his folks have not yet re­ ceived his address. Mr. and Mrs. John Venrick and Jacky were Butte visitors on Sat­ urday. M r/ and Mrs. Jack Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Sam McDowell were Tuesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob McDowell. Mr. and Mrs. Bob McDowell drove to Butte on Sunday and were the dinner guests o f Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kissock and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McDowell returned on Saturday from a trip to the cattlemen’s convention in New Orleans. They also visited in Texas, New Mexico, and Califor­ nia. Mr. and Mrs. Frank. McDowell were ‘ Butte business visitors on Monday. Wisdom Bridge Club Mrs. Tom Williams entertained the Wisdom Bridge club on Thursday. Phyllis Glassey won high prize, Bessie Rasmussen sec­ ond, and Miss Amy Stephens, con­ solation. Lunch was served at the close o f the evening by Mrs. Wil­ liams. i 120 E. Glendale PHONE 67 A Sunday school teachers’ meeting was held at the Venrick home on Monday afternoon. Argyl Stephens spent three days of last ' week in Livingston i and on Monday he drove to Butte, i Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rutledge . spènt Sunday and Monday in Dil­ lon. j Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tingle and ¡Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth ■ Spiers \There’s a SAFETY ISLA N D f^r you and a dash of Thunderbird, too Ford’s exclusive Lifeguard Design includes: the deep-center Lifeguard steering wheel—Life­ guard double-grip door locks—optional Lifeguard cushioning for instrument panel and sun visors— and optional Lifeguard seat belts. ' ! New Thunderbird styling is yours in\ all -19 of the new ’56 Ford models. 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