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1956 Style Revue By Jayceens Will Entertain Friday Jayceen Park Parade — a style show in which spring fashions from local stores will be modeled by Dillon children, teenagers and grown-ups — will be staged Fri day night, March 16, at the high school gymnasium. The “Parade” will be in the form of a . series of floor-show skits and scenes in a night club setting with the audi ence seated at tables around the perimeter of the floor. Net pro ceeds will go for additional play ground equipment at the City Park. Clothing and accessories to be modeled will be from the follow ing shops and stores: D & L Jew elry, Eliels, Vaughn & Ragsdale, M. H. King, Pennys. McCracken Brothers, The Toggery, Sport Shop, M & M Dress Shop and Larsens. “ Models will include Steve Mc Cart, Joan Carr, Joanne .Wick ham, Janet Carr, Janice Brown, j Jessie McCart, Wilma McCart,! Bill Monger, Dorothy Ann Ander sen, Felma Ovitt, Greta Craffin, Virginia Da^isrv Merle Brown, Dick Bauman, Stewart Burwell and Norman Ov/tt from Jayceen and Jaycee farryilies. Guest models will, be Laurie Johnson, David Wolfe, David Duncan, JoAnn Cleverly, Jessie C o n g r e s s m a n O r v in B. Fjare (R.-M o n t ., 2 n d C o n g . Dist.J ^witnesses the presentation of a M o n t a n a G r o w n native Blue Spruce tree b y M r s . Bertha W e iloff of Lew islow n , President o f the M o n t a n a Federation of Republican W o m e n 's C lub s to the President . of the U n ited States. M r . Earl C h e s n e y (center). Special A s s istan t to President Eisenhow e r accepts thes tree in b e h a lf o f President Eisenhow e r. The tw o - y e a r - o l d - tree; gro w n in the Snovyy M o u n t a in s in the heart of M o n t a n a v/ili be planted on the President’s form at G e ttysburg. PRESIDENT EISENHOWER : THANKS PRESIDENT - WEILOFF FOR GIFT TREE Mrs. Bertha Weiloff, Lewis- town, president of the Montana ¡Federation of Republican Wo man’s clubs, recently received the following note from President m - . i , . , n ...; „ i- ___ Eisenhower in acknowledgement South, Gene Stone P e t / Hiloor !of a Montana grown blue spruce and Barry Remely. Mrs. Hattie Winn Dies at Hospital Mrs. Hattie Winn Cole, 83, for 50 years a resident of Anaconda, died at the Barrett hospital Mon- T W „ ¡«1 a Sru w n u .u e s p r u c e , d a y F o r v % e Pete Hilger,; nted him f p]anting ¿n his ¡years she had made her home in iftPtt'v=hiirCT farm- 1 Dillon with her son and daughter- Models for jewelry will be ^ elLyiDure ; in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Winn. Betty Lou Mooney, Hazel Stin- Washington 1 She' was a native of Guthrie son, Lee Wedum, and Faye Me- March 7 1956 ! County, Iowa, where she was Cr™ kelV . . . . - i n p a r M r c WeilnfF- ’ ¡born on Nov. 8, 1873. The Javcees are giving assist-1 JJear Mrs- weuott., - ; c . , ., ance in all phases of the show’s ! 1 am grateful to you, and to the | Survivors include three _ sons production i members of the Montana Federa- !and daughters-in-law, Mr. and nui „ „ „ tion of Republican Women’s clubs Mrs. Winn of Dillon; Mr. and;Mrs. Mrs. Bill McCart, Jayceen pres-.for your *reat kindness -m bring_ ¡ E l m o L. Winn, now in Guaymas, idenh is general chairan of the ¡n • tQ for ' our Gettysburg.: Mexico; Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. event assisted by the following, fariTlj a native Montana blue! Winn of Los Angeles, a brother, committees: Merchant contact — ¡spruce This lovelv tree will be a ' Wad Swope of Shoshone, Idaho, w f l m a H M r C a ^ - e r ’n T s y m b o l to Mrs. Eisenhower and ¡2nd four grandchildren and six s « “ e Carr t r r m m D ' I ™ ° f the friendship and support ¡great grandchildren. ' T ^ o i f ™ the members of your orgamza - 1 The body was forwarded to tion, both of which we value! Anaconda where funeral plans , were pending word from relatives. With our warm: thanks come ! ------- - ------;——r-— ;— also our greetings and best wishes to you and to those- who joined with you. Sincerely, (Sgd.) Dwight D. Eisenhower vis; modeling properties: Ana- i belle Dougherty; dressing room h i y . , assistants: Mary Jo Waldemar, Esther Mooney, Jeanie Shaffer, Jean Cummings; staging proper ties: Jaycees; program sales: Faye McCracken; program make-up: | Merle Brown, Wilma McCart,1 Jackie Carr; entertainment: Shir ley Hunt, Joan McDougal;' jew elry: Dorothy Ann Andersen; publicity: Felma Ovitt, Peggy Wickham; posters: E l i z a b e t h Monger; favors and cosmetics: G r e t a Chaffin; refreshments: Glenna , Morrison; tions, Lois Waters. Elks Lodge Rifes At Bieri Funeral Friday at Salmon The funeral for the late Edward D. Bieri, Sr,, of Lima, .were held Scholarship Fund For W M C Students Will Be Promoted Promotion of the campaign for funds for Western Montana Col-, lege scholarships was discussed at the weekly .meeting of the ; _ ____ _ Chamber of; Commerce Town- tast,Friday*'March^9^at”2\p!mt'\at¡College committee last Saturday Salmon, with. services conducted: presided. over by Chairman Kob- by Elks Lodge No. 1620 in charge, ert J. Enghsh. A letter outlining,: ■■ Mr. Bieri passed away March 5 college educational, advantages _ at his home in Lima, following a outlining the- scholarship long illness program will be sent all business JUW 6 ! » ta r T e S s h g ^ f u n V d S : and-Marie-Bieri. He grew to man- MarchM™11 begU1 ° ” MoildayV hood there and received his said -that th'e required- uatadentfro^ Sthe0lRegxburde ap p licX n T fo r the $400,K d - : q - lege for two terms and g r a d u * n d ated from the DesMoines C o llege]* L of Pharmacy, B and require a great deal of detail x . . . , \ . , work. Every effort is being made After two years in the drug i^0 expedite the program, the com- pusiness in Tetpma, Idaho, he re-'mittee was assured by . college turned to Rexburg before going ! spokesmen. in o /a™me for a short time ini Attending the meeting were in-ii - ^ rs- Hieri pased away in-¡John Garry, William Straugh, v.- • .,u , u „„ ; John Cumming, and Ralph Knee- Bieri was with the Mont pelier Drug until 1948 when he went to Salmon as pharmacist at the ;Lumley Drug Company, and also worked with his son at the National Laundry in Salmon until 1953. Hè then purchased the Lima Drug Store a n d ' worked there for two years until ill health forced his retirement. A In 1934 he married Cora Pitman in: Montpelier and she' survives him. Mr. Bieri was a charter mem ber of the Idaho Falls lodge, BPOE, and' was a member of the Idaho Pharmaceutical Associa tion. Survivors include his wife, Cora; two children, Velma Grosh- ong of Cedar Point, Ore., and Ed ward D. Bieri of Salmon; a bro ther, W. G.-Bieri of Spokane; a sister, Lona Palson of Boise, and five grandchildren. land from the college. The Town group included Leonard,. Mashino, of the Chamber of •'commerce Board o f D i r e c t o r s , George Brown, Dr. English and Cham ber secretary Marie Gibbons.’ 1 DAUGHTERS OF NILE TO MEET WEDNESDAY Dillon Daughters of the ‘ Nile will meet next Wednesday, March 21, at the home of Mrs. Rachel Shakespeare Club Meeting The Dillon Shakespeare club! will meet Saturday at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. Brinton Jackson, 502 S. Rife. Mrs. Arthur Lord will table decora- j review “The Young Elizabethan/’ ibv Jeannette and Francis Lettori. P l o w Y o a r L e v e l B e s t Ideal for. turning tough, irrigated soils, the A llis- Chalm ers T w o -W a y M o u n ted P low has the rugged strength fo r western tillage. W h e e l-tractor p lo w ing capacity increases because you take advantage o f W D -45 o r C A T R A C T IO N B O O S T E R system thiit changes w eight needed fo r traction from a dragging iok d to a rollin g load autom a tically as needed. ’ Y o u r c h o ic e o f coulters, jointers, and shares — 14 or 16-inch bottom s for W D -45 — 12 or 14-inch fo r the C A T ractor. * See the AlligrjChalmers T w o -W a y P low in a c tion — we’ll gladly dem onstrate o n you r farm . TRACTION BOOSTER la an. Ania-rh*lwM.ra t A L L I S - C H A L M E R S SALES AND SERVICE D’Ewart Voices Warning to Livestock Men Washington (UP) — Assistant Secretary of Interior Wesley A. D’Ewart warned western .live stock and wildlife rèpresentatives last Thursday against a proposal to prohibit grazing on federal wildlife areas. D’Ewart said he learned at a wildlife institute meeting in New ¡Orleans recently that such a pro posal is being drafted and will be introduced in Congress soon. ' “This should give you some concern.” D’Ewart told members of the National Advisory Board Council for Grazing. The council, comprised of delegates from 10 western states, is conferring on the management of T60 million acres of federal range lands in the west. D’Ewart said the group should ¡be concerned about the conten- ! tion by some agencies that water rights go along with public land withdrawn for use by the defense and other departments. Rep. Henry A. Dixon (R-Utah) said there were only three mem bers on the House Agriculture Committee west of Nebraska and that “we hear cotton, tobacco and peanuts until it runs out of our ears.” He said livestock is. not even basic and “I wonder when we will get some perspective into the agriculture picture.” Rep. E. Keith Thompson (R- Wyo.) said there is a lack of in terest in the rest of the country in the economy of the w e s t/ A. D. Brownfield of Deming, N. M., national chairman of . the advisory council said hè is con cerned about withdrawals from public use of land in the west, especially for use by the military. Brownfield said Wednesday that the military wants more ’ than nine million acres of r western land. ’ . D’Ewart said' the department is trying to work out the problems for the best interest of all and is examining 'all applications for withdrawal of public lands very carefully. Williams for a 1:30 luncheon; ¡$122-85- Members are requested to bring j finished sewing. Election of offi cers will be held.. 1 BILLY SLANGER’S FAT LAMBS WIN WINTER FAIR BLUE RIBBONS Billy Slanger of Dillon showed i the two fat lambs that won blue : ribbons as the champion and re- ; serve champion in the junior di vision Monday at the 10th an nual Montana Winter ' Fair -at- Bozeman. : Billy is the sdn of Mr. arid Mrs. Ben Slanger whose ranch is south of Dillon. Although still a grade ; school pupil his entries hava con sistently won' ribbons in \ the Youth Livestock Fair held in comr nection with the Counjy Fair fqr v the past two years. Billy consigned the grand cham pion lamb which yesterday sold at auction for $1.05 per pound. The 117 pound animal brought’* the young man a handsome DILLON EXAMINER 9 W e d n esday, M a rch 14, 1956 Send Easter Flowers by Wire . . . Fragrant Heralds Of Spring P. J. Lovell Co. 702 No. Montana Phone 34 St. Janies Guild Meeting A meeting of the St, James’ Guild will be held tomorrow, (Thursday) March 15, at thé i Guild Hall at 2 p.m. Mrs. Bert | Selway and Mrs. H. A. Stephens will be hostesses. White Easter lilies truly are trumpets of spring, heralding the arrival of here-to-stay sunshine.. Alyn Wayne, official stylist for the Florists’ Telegraph Delivery Association, uses them here with hya cinths and snapdragons in a fragrant, dramatic, all-white arrange ment for an Easter Sunday dinner table. The satin sheen of the -handsome lilies is a stunning contrast to'the snapdragon florets and the hyacinths. Floral arrangements such as this one can be tele/ graphed almost anywhere in the world in a matter of hours. i “Sap It With Flowers” Lillies - Plants - j Fresh Spring Flowers Member Florists’ Telegraph-Delivery Association Flowers Delivered Anywhere ' • 1 MOUNTJOY Flowers and Gifts 34 South Montana Telephone 137-W,