The Dillon Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1891-1962, February 15, 1956, Image 11

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Ùt J A C K S O N c ! î f« J , TALLIE GREEN Royal Neighbors Banquet The Royal Neighbors held a no­ host banquet at the Diamond Bar Inn Wednesday evening, preced­ ing the regular Lodge meeting at the IOOF hall. Arrangements for the dinner were made by Mrs. Bruce Jardine, Mrs. Jay Nelson and Mrs. Bud Lapham. Shower for Miss Henrie Miss LaVerne Henrie, bride- elect of Martin'Jackson, was hon­ ored at a shower given at the Dia­ mond Bar Inn Saturday after­ noon by Mrs. John Wing, Mrs. Jay Nelson, Mrs. Chris Sperle,' Mrs. Bill Nelson, Donna Andreasen and Mrs. Fred Nelson. A Valen­ tine theme was used in the ar­ rangement of the table which held the many lovely gifts for the charming bride-to-be. The theme was also carried out in the beau­ tifully a p.p o i n t e d refreshment table over which Mrs. Jay Nelson and Mrs. Bill Nelson presided. School Valentine Party The two rooms of the. Jackson school joined together Friday for a Valentine party. Each of the children brought a portion of the hot dinner that was served dur­ ing the noon hour. Movies were •shown by the teachers from 1 p.m. until 2 p.m. The pre-school chil­ dren were invited to join in the party at 2:00 when the Valentines were exchanged. Gifts of Valen­ tine candy were given to. all,the children. From 2:30 until 4:00 everyone enjoyed free swimming in the pool at the Diamond Bar Inn. Fun oh Ski Hill A spontaneous organization who call themselves “The Ski Tramps” got together Wednesday night to pack the ski hill and do some after dark skiing. The Tramps wish to thank Mrs. Fred Hirschy for the delicious cookies she sent for the outing and the Diamond Bar Inn for furnishing the steam­ ing cups of hot coffee which to­ gether added the perfect touch to an evening of combined work and fun. Ski Tramps participating in the outing were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nichols, Warren Henrie, Rich and Lee Shepherd, Linda and Dana Andreasen, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stocks, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Christiansen, Mrs. Jack Hirschy, Judy and Paul Christian­ sen, Tym and Ellen Rae Stocks, Mrs. Mel McDowell, Keno Krause, Sandy Lapham, Jennie Lyn Nel­ son, Johnnie Burton, Brett Stocks and Mike Green. Junior Bridge Club Mrs. Bruce Jardine was host­ ess to the Junior Bridge, club Tuesday evening. Mrs. Nathalie Green won high score, Mrs. Wayne Stocks second and Mrs. Bruce Jardine low. A lovely salad luncheon completed the evening. The Friendship Club held a reg­ ular business meeting Monday at the home of Mrs. Elvin Peterson. The hostess served luncheon to the eight members 'who were present at, the meeting. Montana Theme of Articles • In a recent letter received by John Dooling, Beaverhead County representative of the State Cham­ ber of Commerce, the' Montana Chamber of Commerce calls at­ tention to the many articles about Montana which are ready for publication in forthcoming issues of nationally circulated maga­ zines. These articles by such well known writers as Ed Zern, Ed­ win Bauer and A1 McClane will appear in the February issue of Argosy and Field and Stream, the March issue of Sports Afield, the May issue of The Fisherman, the September issue of Outdoor Life, and the spring issues of Saga, Field and Stream, Roller’s Fish­ ing and Camping Annual, and Sports Afield Fishing Annual. Mrs. Dresen Entertains Mrs. Helen .Dresen of Dillon gave a dinner party at the Dia- ond Bar Inn Saturday evening in honor of her daughter“, .rida, who celebrated her birthday. Guests attending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hirschy, Mr. and Mrs. John Wharton and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dyer of Dillon. Beaver Dams Halt Snowplanes - A trek to the upper country which until the advent of the snowplane was considered forbid­ den territory at this time of year, was made Sunday by several en­ thusiastic snowplaners. The group which included Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hirschy, Mr. and Mrs..Roy Jack- son, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hirschy, Jack Shepherd, John Krause, Bob Peterson, Clarence Olson and Tom Clemow followed the sum­ mer road up Governor creek but were stopped in their attempt to to reach Horse Prairie via this route by miles of newly built bea­ ver dams. Returning they stopped at the old Sage cabins where they built a fire and ate their lunch and then finished the journey home. Young Republicans Club to Banquet Washington’s Birthday The County Young Republicans club has chosen February 22, Washington’s birthday, to be the date for their no-host banquet at the Diamond Bar Inn. Governor and Mrs. Aronson and daughter and executive secretary and Mrs. Castles and family will be guests at this event to which the public is cordially invited. Plans have been made for snowplaning Wed­ nesday morning. There will also be a coffee hour in honor of Mrs. Aronson from 2:00;until 4:00 Wed­ nesday afternoon ht the home of Mrs. Don Anson in Wisdom. The banquet 'is scheduled for 6:30 p. m. and those wishing to attend are being asked to call.the Dia­ mond Bar Inn for reservations. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nelson left Monday for Missoula where they plan to spend a few days visiting with Mrs. Nelson’s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Harvey and children of Dillon visited with friends in, Jackson during the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Jardine spent Wednesday through Friday in Idaho Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nelson, Sparky Ze Barth, Dale Pettit and Tom Nel­ son were dinner guests at the Bruce Jardine hofne Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Keyser were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sage. OPERATION PULL-EM-IN NOW UNDER W A Y FOR CO. D, 163rd ARMORED Not only an important unit in- Montana’s contribution to the na­ tion’s defense forces, Company D, 163rd Armored Cavalry Regiment is important to Dillon in other ways. It provides young men of the community the chance to ob­ tain training at home, and at the same time advance in military grade and rank. In economic importance, Com­ pany D means bringing into Dil­ lon more than $40,000 per year. With the increased strength to 90 men now being sought, the rev­ enue to Dillon* would amount to around $100,000 per year accord­ ing to Master Sergeant Michael Proulx. - - < D. Company is planning a ser­ ies of events in connection with its recruiting drive now under way. This is known as “Operation Pull-Em-In” and prospective re- I emits are invited to contact Ser- j geant ' Proulx at the Armory (phone 84-W) for full details. I At present D Company has*h number of attractive openings to I be filled and young men are urged i to inform themselves on these possibilities. Use of Federal Income Tax Form 1040 Is Told “All persons'' with adjusted gross incomes of $5,000 or more or who ha\Je wages not subject to withholding tax, interest and di­ vidends of $100 or more, are to use the Form 1040 when filing their 1955 income tax returns,” Thomas M. Robinson, district di­ rector of Internal Revenue for the District of-Montana, advised to­ day. ; If a taxpayer’s income is less than $5,000 from salary or Wages and deductions are not itemized, he may elect to use Form 1040 but need to fill out only page 1, using the tax table on page. 16 of the instructions. If busines or farming income is I cacdiully check? .their personal’ involved, taxpayers are to report tp^cords as to possible deductible* on the separate schedules C or F. Rems paid through', the, year. The total is carried forward to These include contributions, in­ lines 8 or 9 on page 1 of the Form terest payment, taxes, medical 1040. ' and dental expenses, child care, “If the total income is $5,000 or casualty losses and other miscep j Short Form Usage If the taxpayer’s income is less ■ than $5,000 per year from salary, ’ wages, business or farming, ..he may compute his tax, from the: tax table, using only page 1 o f ; Form 1040; the business form (schedule C) or the farm form (schedule F). • It is important for each indi­ vidual' who files an income, tax return to study carefully printed, instructions accompanying the tax ' form. “In many instances,” started the director, “it will bl found that it is generally to the advantage of ’ the taxpayer to itemize his deduc­ tions, regardless of whether his .incomeii under or over $5,000 per yeary/Taxpayers are urged to more per year, compute tax on page 2 of the Form 1040,” stated laneous items.*) determine if they are in excess of 10 per cent of the district director, adding, “All i gross income, other types'of income, such a s ]. Jre®r ,taxP??re^s income from dividends, interest, make an effort to v e in s an d Tosses from sa le nr nv. 1 ^ cut their own returns. It Will gains and losses from sale or e x - , _ ■ , change of property, pension or surprise many to find that they annuity incomes, rents or royalty wl11 savp thpm^lves mnnev hv — Subscribe to the Examiner — mcome, or income from partner­ ships or estates or other sources are reported in the proper col­ umns on page 3 of the Form 1040. Care should be taken that in­ come is reported properly on the pages and spaces provided for on I the return. The totals are then j carried forward to line 10, page 1, j ! to become a part of the total ad­ justed gross income.” will save themselves money by learning more about how to make out and file, their own Form 1040. Last' year o v e r p a y m e n t s amounted to $18,000,000,” he con­ cluded: - The Best in. Job W ork at the Examiner Printing Co. DILLON EXAMINER 11 Wednesday, February 15,1956 i n This p l c t u r i This is really living—in a great big way. Luxurious surroundings . . . smart, colorful -styling . . . large dome windows and : restful divan seats placed at an angle for easier viewing . . . superb accommodations . . . and fine, fresh, appetizing food! Don’t put it off a day longer. Call your Union Pacific Railroad ticket agent—telKhim where you’re planning to go— and he’ll tell you how little it costs on a Dcmeliner. Yes, little —actually less than driving your own car . . . and certainly a great deal more relaxing. It's smart, it’s economical, it’s fu n to ride the Domeliners / FOUR FABULOUS DOMELINERS: “ C ity of L os A ngeles ” and The “.C hallenger ” . . , between Los Angeles and Chicago. “ C ity of P ortland ” . . . between Portland and Chicago. “ C ity of S t . L ouis ” .. between Los Angeles and St. Louis. Avoid driving worries. If a car is needed; vour ticket agent caig arrange for a fine Hertz Drive-YourselT car to meet you. For details, reservations, or help with your travel plans, see your nearest Union Pacific Railroad ticket agent. ’ U N IO N PACIFIC A ND A U HERTZ AGENCIES H ON OR RAIL TRAVEL CREDIT CARDS U n i o n P a g R a i l

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