The Dillon Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1891-1962, December 19, 1956, Image 8

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8 DILLON EXAMINER — Wednesday, December 19, 1956 High School Will Present Christmas Program Thursday The music arid art departments have joined forces with the Thes­ pians, this year to present the Christinas program to be held on Thursday* December 20, at 2:00 p.m. in the auditorium. The pro­ gram will consist of tableau scenes, with ‘ a background of music arid a reader telling the story of the first Christmas. The' music will be provided by the mixed choir, brass sextet, girls ’ chorus and Teen Tones. There will be a duet by Shirley Braun and Joan Beager. The art depart­ ment will furnish the costumes and programs. The members of the cast for the tableau scenes, directed by Mr. Michalson, are: Mary, Wanda Pilgrim; Joseph, Dick Roberts; shepherds, Frank Williss, Bob McArthur, Stuart Bay, and Boone Sparrow; Angels, Dana Andrea- sen, Barbara Richardson, Gay Lee Martin, Sandra Lapham, and Karen Hyde; readers, Jackie Co- „ wan and Linda Andreasen. The three wise men, played by Dan Carpita, Bob D’Evelyn, and John Szafryk, will* sing: “We % Three Kings.” 1 Members of the brass sextet are Joan Beager, Sbirla Weston, Charles Evans, Bill Jones, Lew HUNTERS SHOULD CHECK GUNS BEFORE STORING George Brown Will Head College . With most big game seasons1» ■■■ f ) ■ ■■ closed for the year, the Montana R * | | | | | | f t N P l i l T K A I l x Fish and Game department this, . week reminded hunters to. check George Brown of Dillon has their rifles before putting them been appointed Director of Public away for the winter. ¡Relations for Western Montana Rifles should be inspected and College of Education, according cleaned before storing in a clean, to an announcement made by dry place, a department spokes- President Herbert ;L- Steele. The man said. Ammunition should be appointment i becomes effective stored in a different place, well January 1. out of the reach of children, he j As director of Public Relations, stated. : Mr. Brown will coordinate groups “There are a number of acci- j of alumni organizations and take I snow on the road to Elkhorn where they will ski each Tuesday evening. Bishop J. Weldon Payne and his counsellor, Walter Schwartz, visited the Jackson LDS Sunday school this week. Sunday night the Senior Bridge club entertained the Junior club at the home of Mrs. Wendell Jar- dine. Bridge was played and gifts were exchanged. For the seniors, Mrs. John Krause was high, Mrs. Harry Helming second, and Mrs. Julia Helming low. Winners in the junior division were Mrs. Bruce Jardine, high; Mrs. John Husted, second; and Betty Lou Sage, low. Tempting refreshments concluded the enjoyable evennig. Mrs. Dale Strodtman and chil- dents in Montana every year due charge of other developing pro- to accidental discharge of guns motional activities of the college. I dren~Frances* \and^Wany re- that have been unused for months; Before coming to Dillon, Mr. > turned to their home in Jackson and were believed - to be un- ! Brown had experience in public. after snendinp a delightful two loaded,” he added. s Even if the: relations and sales management ^ d a half months m Central gun has been recently cleaned : for several companies. I ■and not used afterward, it should | He was editor of the Boeing be inspected once again before Aircraft News Letter and while in putting it away to make sure it is the service in Europe was a staff dren spent the first month in Managua, Nicaragua, v i s i t i n g Mrs. Strodtman’s sister. From there they travelled to Siuna, a Canadian gold mine. They spent two weeks visiting with Mrs. Dalia Daly and her mother. Mrs. Daly is a cousin of Mrs. Strodt­ man and spent most of last sum­ mer here. The remainder of the vacation was spent in Managua. They left Managua December 10 and arrived in Butte Dec. 11. J. C. Mclntire of Roundup has been visiting at the Bob Jackson home since Saturday. Mr. Mc­ lntire is the father of Mrs. Bob Jackson. Members of the VFW club held a regular meeting December 13. Business matters were discussed and a Dutch lunch was served. Miss Mary Ann Dooling, who is attending school in Bozeman, came home Tuesday. She left by not loaded. writer for “Stars and Stripes.” He has done some free lance writing and more recently served two years'as a reporter on the Dillon NO COMMENT {Continued from Page 1) which discriminate between vari- Examiner. ous segments of industry is now He has had three years at Ober- being predicted by key Congres- lin College; one semester at Trin- sional tax leaders. | ity College, University of London The pre-session predictions, of j and one semester at Cornell, courseware not necessarily amir-1 — ate; a splurge in Treasury rev-j NEWS Correspondent enues, an economy spree by Con- j JACKSON DONNA ANDREASEN gress, or pressure from back, home could change the situation. | But disappointment is voiced ------------------------ : --------- by spokesmen for numerous in- j Royal Neighbors Meet dustries who dislike to see excise! Qn Wednesday, December Brundage and’ John Holienstei-, tax.discrimination continued year tha r 0yal^Neig1ib0reCmetUat the -ir. .'after year. Under this condition, IOOF ¿ a]1 f o r 6a reeuiar meetine Members of the_ staging and some businesses^ find^ their prod- to elect 0 ffjcers fof the comini America. They were delayed in ¡plane Friday for New York City, Los Angeles for two weeks be- j where she will spend the Christ- cause of difficulty in obtaining! mas holidays with her mother visas. Mrs. ‘ Strodtman and chil-: and other members of the family. 8 I P R A C T I C A L . . . W A N T E D ¡ — - G I F T S - - - 1 Just for HER lighting crew are Emery Smith, ucts Gosta Miller, Ed McAlpin, Bill Williss, Bob McArthur and Boone Sparrow. DUlon \Lodge No. 513, Loyal Order of Moose gave its annual children’s Christmas party Friday night. The party for adults will .be held on Dec. 22. A Friendly WELCOME Awaits You at the BLUE ANCHOR Bar and Grill In TWIN BRIDGES Fine Food — Fine Drinks Thoughtful Service A Sandwich or a Sunday Dinner Grill Honrs: 6:30 a.m. to Midnight, Sunday through Friday; Saturdays, 6:30 a.m. to 4 aun. Sunday ' .. WE TREAT ALL OUR FRIENDS ALIKE — AND WE JUST DON’T KNOW ANY STRANGERS subject to heavy excise o m . wprp. o r them 6t^elr C0mpe-lt0rs es‘ | acle,'Dolores Husted; Past Oiacle, On occasion in the last few ! — f n T e l ^h a n c e h o r m o a d r f f i e C d 0 n f o e m J ^ h .abashed or — Harrison1 R e o rder, Jean S x e f R „t i h a Nelson; Receiver, Virginia Jack- KmfeA P approximate $1 son; Marshal, Francis Lapham; Outer Sentinel, Carol Keyser; In- PILLOW CASES, 49c up COMFORTER, $3.98 up Sage; Moe;, tion levies — war taxes sched uled to end next April 1 — have been extended repeatedly. . Administration spokesmen op­ pose ending of these levies. Some suggestions have been made be­ fore the House Ways and Means committee, investigating excise taxes, that the so-called tempor­ ary wartime increases be made permanent. And, thus, discrimin­ ation may be made permanent. i Subsidy • Trouble — The in-1 evitable squabbles which grow out of distribution of Federal Treasury subsidies—among other! „ , , , , things the demands of politicians? m^s trees decorated by Mrs. Mer- ¡ T A B L E C L O T H S Lace $ 9 . 9 5 ner Sentinel, Betty Lou Flag Bearer, Mary Ellen ___ ,,h, 5 7 e ? / S I S r, : ° j S S r g f f i i l L U N C H E O N S E T S . . . . . . . . . . S 3 . 5 0 one year manager, Dorothy Rem- ely. Following the meeting the 19 members, who were present and their guests enjoyed a lovely Christmas party at the Diamond Bar Inn. The tables were decor­ ated in a Christmas motif and each woman received a Christ­ mas corsage. Especially unusual and attractive were the Christ- to expand them — are now ap pearing in connection with the soil bank program. *\ _ Designed as a temporary meas­ ure to remove surpluses, .and this let normal economics become ef­ fective, the soil bank could easily be transformed into a farm wel­ fare program. One of the first protests over payments arose from Congress cedes Matter. Games were played and gifts were exchanged. Win­ ners were Joan Pettit, Betty Bur­ ton, Dorothy Remely and Mrs. Sanford Shepherd. Hostesses were Marlene Franks, Sherry. Harrison, Mildred Dansie, Esta and Dolores Husted and Darlene Fernandez. Melba Stocks, Mrs. . Lawrence Buethe, Rose Stocks, Mrs. San­ ford Shepherd, Mrs. Jack Shep- up up s- QUILTED COVERLET . $18.50 up TOWEL SET, $1.98 up ¡ S H E E T S Electric $ 2 4 . 9 5 men from tobacco growing slates, i £er<*> Olga Schindler, Mrs. Blaz They insist that payments be in-iLugar, Mane- Peterson Mary, creased. Sperle and Donna Andreasen1 I ‘ B R A S S C E R A M I C S ’ $ 1 . 0 0 up Demands have appeared for an increase in the price support plans for corn, plus an increase in acreage allowances. comprised the guest list. Mrs. Mildred Dansie went to Dillon Friday and spent the week New-Fair Deal senators are! end with Mr. and Mrs. Norman g a m f i r in f f -fnr* on ivivr«i?+irtnUnM rt-P R t i i h h « ‘M ’rc S t n K h c ic tVio f n r - i \ clamoring for an investigation of the soil bang plan as administered by Secretary of Agriculture Ben­ son, Thus far Mr. Benson appears to have strong backing from the ad­ ministration in his effort to re­ move farm surpluses, and to work toward a sound i agricultural economy without drastic regimen­ tation. SHEETS, $2.19 up t T h a n k s STEAK KNIVES and CARVING SETS ....... We wish to take this means to thank those who so generously responded -to our recent drive for funds for extra fire, equipment. Wishing, all of you a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Dillon Fire Dept. Stubbs. Mrs. Stubbs is the for­ mer Suzanne Dansie. Joe Phillips who has been em-’ ployed by the Forest Service | here, left Sunday for an extended vacation. He will vacation in Florida and then return to his! ■home in Wisconsin where he will j 5 stay until the forest service work i g begins again in the spring. K Mrs. Mabel Haffner spent eight I ks T .T T f l i l A £ 1 1 ? days in Butte for medical treat- 8 ment. She returned Wednesday. During her absence, Pete Coleff assisted Mr. Haffner with the cooking and other work. Steve Voltz was the victim of an accident at the Bill Carroll ranch last Tuesday. He received a leg injury and was taken to the hospital in Dillon. He returned Wednesday but had to be taken back to the hospital Saturday where he remained until Tues­ day. ! Word has been received here that the December issue of “Farm ; Journal” will feature an article ! on the Big Hole, j The Jackson Volunteer Fire de- : partment met Monday night at j the Diamond Bar Inn. Fire Chief ! Roy Jackson reported that the Fireman’s Ball rolled to success and a profit was made. Movies were shown by John Dooling. _ Skiing is now in full swing and bad luck often turns out to be good. The new road to the ski tow is such a great improvement that we are now happy that we were forced to build it. One acci­ dent was reported. Linda Andre­ asen sprained her knee and her ankle while skiing Saturday. Mr. Wayne Stocks will help plow MATTRESS PAD Full Size — $3.98 Samsonite $ 1 5 . 0 0 plus tax $ 7 . 9 5 up PILLOW CASES » $2.25 up COLORFUL BLANKET $4.98. up ELIEL’S, I nc. *£SCSHSKSIK&XStfXttSM&KStt3M£MiMXa(SBC£tt3£K£K£SK£S(££g£BC£>aC£S

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