The Dillon Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1891-1962, October 10, 1956, Image 10

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1 ! , 10 DILLON EXAMINER. — Wednesday, October 10,' 1956 JACKSON M R S . R O T , F O R D GOP RALLY SPONSORED BY YOUNG REPUBLICANS IS ENJOYED BY MANY Around 200 persons enjoyed the Republican Rally held at the Diamond Bar Inn Saturday eve­ ning. Something unusual in the way of entertainment was pro­ vided the.guests by the cabaret arrangement. Small tables -were • set around the spacious lobby and up on- the mezzanine, with colorful covers, and lots of pop­ corn and pretzels were furnished .free to the guests. The chorus girls were a “scream” and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Barrett of Salmon, Idaho, amazed . the crowd with., tricks of magic. Sammy-'. McDowell as a singing star brought down the house. Several candidates gave inter­ esting three-minute i talks. Don Anson as usual was great in his role of master of ceremonies. . Mrs.. Tom Williams drew first ' prize for the best Ike cake, and several other cakes received hon­ orable mention. Some of the cakes were cut later, on and served to the guests, free of charge. The cake which we en­ joyed. at our table was. baked and exhibited by -Mrs. John Wharton , and we are all wishing for the receipe. It was really delicious. Jack Hirschy won a prize for pasting the sticker on his car the . fastest. We all agreed that this party was the nicest one had en­ joyed for some time. There was dancing to the music of the juke box after the rally. SCHOOL GROUP SPENDS INTERESTING DAY ON TOUR OF MINING CITY The Jackson school went bn their field trip to Butte Friday. Besides the pupils and the two teachers, Mrs. Lester Sage and Miss. Marlene Franks, parents who went were Mrs. Bob Jack- son, Mrs. Jay Nelson, Mrs. Jack Shepherd, Mrs. Wayne Stocks, Mrs: Emil Schindler, Mrs. Tom Clemow, Mr. and Mrs. Rule Pope and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Boetti- cher .and Susie. They first toured the Pepsi-cola bottling works and they all enjoyed a free bottle of Pepsi-cola. -They then visited Eddy’s bak­ ery and were given chocolate doughnuts. After going through the bakery, on their way out, each and every one was presented with a large loaf of bread. The group, 39 in all, then en­ joyed dinner at the Moxom cafe, which was paid for by the PTA. The next stop was at the fire station and-the fire chief had just begun his talk when the fire de­ partment was called out on a fire alarm. After waiting around for nearly an hour, the group went on to the Berkeley Pit copper mine. It was very interesting to watch the trucks in operation there. Then another visit back to the fire station to find that the fire­ men were; still out. After doing some shopping they left for home. There were-six cars in all. The children as well as adults feit it was a day well spent and some­ thing to- remember. MANY ATTEND SPECIAL CHURCH SERVICE THURS. , The church was packed Thurs­ day night' with the members of the church school in charge of the Christian Education services. The primary children sang “Jesus Loves Me,” and the older classes. sang “I Want to Be a Christian.” . A special dedication service was held for the church school teachers and substitutes. Rev. Goodenberger’s sermon “Blowing on the Embers,” with texts “Re­ kindle the: Gift of God,” “Follow the Pattern,” and “Guard the Truth,” was a direct challenge to all of us as well as teachers and parents. It will be with great an­ ticipation that we look forward to the Christian Education ser­ vices next month. „ Mrs. Hanson», as musician, as well as the teachers and children, were highly praised for making the evening such a success. A choir is now being organized in the Jackson church. All children above the fourth grade and all adults who wish to take part in the singing are; to meet at the church, with Rev. Goodenberger, Thursday, Oct. 11, at 7 p.m. Steelhead Fishermen ’ ’ A group of fishermen again tried their luck at steeihead fish­ ing over on the Salmon. Jay Nel­ son, Tom Nelson, Bruce Jardine, Willie Shearer, and Roy ZeBarth went over Thursday and returned Friday. Although they didn’t get any of the steelheads they did catch some • nice rainbow trout and enjoyed the outing. Returns'to New York . John Dooling took Miss Camille Solm to Butte Friday. Dana An- dreasen accompanied them and had her eyes checked. Miss Solm took [th^ train for New York City. She has|been the head cook at the Diamond Bar Inn through the summer and says she really loves the Big Hole. She wishes to take this opportunity to thank all the folks who have been so kind to her during her stay at the Inn. Allan Dansies Home Mr. and Mrs. Allan Dansie re­ turned Tuesday from a five-day trip to California. They only had one full day to visit at the Lys- ton Dansie home at Live Oak. They found Lucille Dansie im- i proved since her recent illness and she was overjoyed to see them all, especially the baby, little Lynne' Marie Stubbs. Trip to Dillon Mrs. Zina* Burton made a- busi­ ness trip to Dillon Wednesday. Her grandson, Reuben Watérs, retùrned home with her. Charles Burton trucked cattle to Idaho Falls W e d n e s d a y , for Dale Strodtman and Clarence Burton. Surprise Chicken Dinner Mrs. Fred Hirschy drove to the John Wharton ranch Wednesday afternoon. She had a nice chicken dinner awaiting Mr. and ; Mrs. Herb Armitage and Mrs. John Wharton on their arrival at the ranch from Butte. In Barrett Hospital Donna Andreasen, took Mrs. Bill Muldowney to Dillon Thurs­ day Tor medical attention. Mrs. Zina rBurton kept Susan and Mrs. Wayne Stocks took care of Patty. Mrs. Muldowney will be confined to' the Bkrrett hospital for a few days. Jackson Friendship Club Mrs. Bill Harrison was hostess to the Jackson Friendship club Tuesday at her home. There were 10 members present, three visit­ ors and three children. It was decided by ¡the members to hold a bazaar onJ Nov. 6, general elec­ tion day. The ladies will serve pie and coffee from 10 a.m. on until late afternoon an d.the bazaar will begin at one o’clock p.m. Our president, Zella Lugar, re­ ported that Jay Nelson had been engaged to fix the chimney on the church and; other small repair] jobs. Our next meeting will be the day of the bazaar in Jackson. Senior Bridge Club The Senior' Bridge club was entertained by Mrs. Fred Nelson at her home Thursday afternoon. Substitutes were Mrs. Lena Nel­ son and Mrs. Elfreda Woodside of Dillon. Prizes were won by Mrs. Ollie Krause, Mrs. Woodside and Mrs. Wendell Jardine. A de­ licious salad course was served by the hostess at 1:30. The club will be entertained at the Bar-B ranch Thursday, Oct. 18, with Mrs. Mark Clemow as hostess. At Jack Hirschys Guests who, arrived Saturday at the Jack Hirschy ranch were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Barrett and Mrs. Fred Carl of Salmon. Also Mr. and Mrs. Rex Henningsen and son of Butte. They left on Sunday. Dinner Guests at Sperles Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hanson and children were guests at the Chris Sperle home Tuesday and Wed­ nesday. Bill Gandrud was also a! guest for dinner on Wednesday. Bill has tuned about all the pi­ anos around here in the last few days. : Visitors in Dillon Mrs. Louise Peterson and Mrs. Bob Peterson weer Dillon shop­ pers Saturday. Mrs. Elvin Peter­ son and Melvin attended funeral service sin Dillon Friday for Andy Danielson. Week End Visitors Mr., and Mrs. Harry Lapham and Mrs. Charles Wenger spent the week end visiting relatives and friends around Jackson. They tvere Saturday dinner guests at the Roy Ford home and attended the Republican rally that night at the Diamond Bar Inn, They were guests at the Bob Jackson ranch on Sunday. Donna Nelson returned to Dillon with them Sunday afternoon. 7 Ski Association Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Don Lundgren of Missoula were week end guests at the Diamond Bar Inn. John Dooling attended the NRMSA Ski association meeting in Butte on Saturday. Miss Donna Andreasen and John Doolnig attended the Sunday meeting of the associa­ tion. Due to illness, ! the ap­ pointed delegates, Mr. and Mrs. Muldowney, were unable to go. Mr. and Mrs. Farnum Schuyler! visited friends in Jackson Sun­ day. Harry Lapham helped with the branding at the Bob Jackson ranch on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Blaz Lugar and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sage Were guests, at the Jackson ranch Sat­ urday. Frank Lightfoot •eft l last week for a few days goose hunting on the Flathead. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ford left on Monday for Pioneer cabin where they expect to stay until Wednes­ day night. John Wing took his mother, Mrs. Amy Wing, to Butte Friday where she will catch the plane to return to her home in Southfield, Mass. Burke McKinley brought his sister, Mrs. Ray Stocks, home last Monday, from Armstead. . Mrs. Jack Shepherd and Sally were ■ Missoula visitors on Wed­ nesday and Thursday, Mrs. Shep­ herd had a medical check-up while there. Miss Marcele Speirs came home for a few days visit on the ranch. Mrs: Cunliffe also Came. They ar­ rived Thursday and left Sunday VOTE for HARRIET MILLER for SUPERINTENDENT of PUBLIC INSTRUCTION ? • REPUBLICAN 1 .‘paid for by Harriet Miller Cam- /mittee, Harold E. Longmaid Jr., : Heleno, Secretary ■r “ The Stratton With JAMES STEWART JUNE ALLYSON AGN.ES MOOREHEAD • BILL WILLIAMS ; FRANK MORGAN Police Department Benefit for i Children’s HALLOWEEN PARTY FUND Wednesday and Thursday OCTOBER 10 and 11 Two Shows, at 7:00 and 9:00 P. M. Each Night ADMISSION: Adults — 90c Students — 50c S T O R M W I N D O W S NOW AT YOUR LOCAL DEALERS ____ Made by W arp Bros.. . . 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