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A ' Mrs. Annie Roe, County Pioneer, Called by Death Funeral services for Mrs. Annie Hammond Roe, 82, were held at St, Rose church last Saturday morning at 10:00 o’clock with requiem high mass celebrated by Rev. Martin Florian. Rosary was recited Friday evening at 8:00 at the Brundage Chapel. Graveside rites were held in Mountain View cemetery. Mrs. Roe died at the Barrett hospital last Thursday morning. Pallbearers were S. E. Whitworth, Dan Carpita, George Gleed, Frank Gosman, Joe Car- roll and Phillip Bond. ! Mrs. Roe was the wife of! George Roe and was the last sur-1 viving member of the Bernard I Hammond family, first white fam-1 ily to settle at Spring Hill, now! the town of Lima. | She was born Nov. 12, 1874, in i Attica, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Ham-1 mond and their family of four : girls moved to Omaha when An-i nie Hammond was a small child; ! lived there a short time and then came west. Mr/' Hammond helped I build the narrow gauge Utah & Northern Railroad north from Ogden to Montana. When the rail! head reached Lima he decided to start ranching and the Hammonds. became the first white family to! remain in the area. Mrs. Roe received her early education in Lima and Ogden. After her marriage she and her husband operated a ranch- for many years. In 1944 they /Sold their holdings and moved to Dil lon where they have lived since. At her death Mrs. Roe had been a resident of the county for; 76 years. Besides her husband, surviving relatives include a son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Gleed of Dillon; a son, Walter ■ Fagan, also of Dillon; grand daughters, Mrs. Dick Pierce of Grant and Miss Bernice Gleed of Burbank, Calif.; great-grandchil dren Airlynn and Billy Pierce of Grant, and a niece, Mrs. W. C. Dickson, of Great Falls. W hat You Do When You Buy Christmas Seals Wednesday, November 21, 1956 — DILLON EXAMINER. 9 m This is an actual photo graph taken in a tubercu losis hospital . . . of two sisters, aged 3 and 4. They are orphans. They both have tuberculosis. They caught it from their mother who died of TB. When you buy Christmas Seals you do two things: You help prevent TB . . . and you help research find better ways of treating patients like this.' This will be the fiftieth year that Christmas Seal funds will work year round on this double- barreled job of help and protection. To help them work harder, send in your contribution, today. Sale SERVICE OFFICER TO BE HERE ON FRIDAY James McCashin, service officer of the Veterans Welfare Commis sion, will make his weekly visit to Dillon on Friday instead of Thursday, this week and can be contacted as usual at the State Employment Service office. Music and Entertainment Anaconda Orchestra (5 pieces) Saturday, Nov. 24 WAGON WHEEL CLUB High School Play Entertains Large Audience A large audience enjoyed the all-school play, “Wings of the' Morning” presented at the high school auditorium Friday eve- ning i. District winners of the Make T„ „ „ J i t Yourself With Wool” compe- In the exotic setting *or most tition were chosen by Judges at of the action — the strange house Lu„ made J a J o r t ' ^ “socToiogical' pany in Butte last Saturday- Nov. E H b E i « made ¿rood entertainment of the «.uj-t. ■ i .„ _ » exciting drama. J. B. Michalson'whlch mcludes the counties of of the high school faculty was director, assisted by P. M. Scott. The following students j worth and Marilyn Bogut super vised advertising, tickets and programs. Interlude music was played by Dick Brundage.. Winners in Wool Clothes Contest com posed the cast: Marsha Peterson, Jackie Cowan, Boone Sparrow, Silver Bow, Deer Lodge, Powell, Jefferson, Madison and Beaver head. The contest is sponsored on a statewide basis by the Montana Wool Growers association, and Stuart Bay, Dick Roberts, Frank j __ Williss, Dianne Pendergast, Linda | Andreasen, Karolyn Whitworth,: con- Barbara Richarsdon, June Packer,1 ^ st to be h.eld in connection with Gay Lee Martin, Karen Hyde ,the, convention of the association Gosta Miller and Bill Jones. |and auxdla!7 Hillings on _ _ , December 5, 6, and 7. Gene Ronnemose was stage . , . . . manager and the lighting and ,.F.lrst PIacc award m the senior staging was by Gosta Miller, BUT dlvlsl°n .%**. hJ Miss Val- Williss, Bob McArthur, John Hoi- i ana Handley of Butte a student lensteiner, Dick Brundage, Boone ¡nurse at the Community hospital Sparrow, Aleck Bolick, Dick Wil ley, Mary Kay Straugh, Donna Lee Given, Emery Smith, Ed Mc- Alpin, Roy Newton, Casey Spar row, Frank Stanchfield and Gle- anne Foster. In charge of costumes E X C L U S I V E SUDS-MISER* on ’57 RCA W H IR L P O O L washer Her winning entry was a brown wool dress with short checkered jacket of matching colors. Miss Gertrude Linden of Silver Star was winner in the junior division. Miss Linden, a high u3iuiiia were! school student, entered a navy Marsha Peterson, Jackie Cowan j Mue w°ol coat in the contest, and Ann Greene. Other awards made to contest- Karen Hyde, Karolyn Whit- ants include McCall’s Treasury of Needle-craft, Coat’s and Clark’s Sewing Caddies, deer antler but tons, pound cans of Woolite — a cold water soap for washing woolens. Contestants w e r e luncheon guests of the Wool Growers in the Finlen Hotel dining room before the contest. Saves half the cost of soap and water Suds-Miser stores hot water and suds, pumps it back in, filters it automatically—you re-use sudsy hot water safely load after load. Saves up to 26 boxes of soap, 2500 gallons of hot water a year. e Automatic Washer (above) with Suds-Miser H & S Refrigeration Co. MISSOULA FIRM BIDS §8,790 FOR LUMBER Fred Benson, district manager of the Bureau of Land Manage ment at Dillon announced Friday that the Elk Horn Lumber Com pany, Missoula, was high bidder on approximately 615 MBF of sawtimber in the McGinnis Gulch area near Coloma, Montana. The total bid amounted to $8,791.65 at the following rate per thousand board feet: Douglas fir, $13.75; Western larch, $13.75; Engleman spruce, $26.65. HS Squads Chosen And Clinic Is Planned for Fans Tentative selection of A, B and! C basketball squad members hasj been made by Coabh Pat Curran at the high school following re cent workouts. The coach said that members may be shifted around as the season progresses. - Members presently assigned to the A squad are Zane Berthelson, Rodney Bluechel, Jim Megquier, Toke Contway, Tom Mitchell, Dale ■ Zink, Ed Zink, seniors; Sieve Andrews, Russell Munday, Mickey Nettik and Bob Wallace, juniors; Dave Ferris, Jack Gib bons, Dallas Jones, Gerald Jones, sophomores. B squad — Harry Andrus, Dar rell Johnson, Steve Johnson, Ed McAlpin, Steve Richards, Dean Stanchfield and Mel Worthington, sophomores; Jerry Fitzsimmons, Dave Hilger, Dave Magee, Stan ley Swartz and John' Szafrryk, freshmen. C squad members are Jim Dunkin, Bob McArthur, Bill Wil liss, sophomores; Jim Brown, Jim Carpita, Chuck Davis, Dick Fer ris, Tod -Holland, Bill Jones, Reed Payne, Dick Pope, Butch Selway and Dean South, freshmen. Coach Curran- plans to hold a basketball clinic for parents, stu dents and the general public at the high school the evening of Nov. 27. Purpose will be to pro mote a better understanding of the game and tfié coach will ex plain ' the rules which will be demonstrated by players, and also - changes in the basic pattern of the game. Instruction and dem onstration will be augmented by movies. Thè coach will also explain the r purpose and working plan of the new three-squad system here.: GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY RECEPTION PLANNED. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Gransbery will be honored with' a reception on the occasion of their Golden- Wedding anniversary next Sun day, Nov, 25, at the William' F. Garrison ranch home at Glen. Neighbors of the couple who have long been ’residents of the community are planning t Ji e event and all their friends are in vited to attend during the hours of 2:00 to 5:00 Sunday, afternoon. RETURNS FROM HOSPITAL J. H. McLaren returned home Friday after several days in a hospital for a checkup. THIS CHRISTMAS GIVE. A the gift that keeps on , giving • for Mother to hang on her wall • for Dad at his. desk • for someone away • or just to say I love you • or a family - group, 'that very personal gift ' * MAKE AN APPOINTMENT NOW Just phone 196 or write ‘ Dillon Portrait Studio We have all kinds of fine photo frames — wood, metal and glass Boger, Hughes, Officers In Southern Shrine Club The Southern Montana Shrine club held its pre-ceremonial stag party Monday evening of last week at the Lyons Den in Dillon. The event was attended by 40 members from surrounding com munities. At the short business meeting Waldron Boger and Dave Hughes of Dillon were elected president and secretary, respect ively. The Best in Commercial Printing at the Dillon Examiner P Û . m A Day They’ll Always Remember, A Day You’ll Never Forget! When your children grow up they’ll look back with affectionate memory to this Thanksgiving . . . j u s t , as you, yourself, can never forget the wonderful Thanksgiving Days of your childhood. May every Thanksgiving to come be one of happiness for you and yours . . . at home in America, in a world at peace. ELI EL’S, Inc. É n p iiSggi Ifllai Slllil M m ■ liai IBS i