The Dillon Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1891-1962, April 17, 1957, Image 5

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N E W S • * Correspondent MRS. ROY FORD The Gargoyle Dramatic Club of WMCE held their initiation and dinner at the Diamond Bar Inn Sunday afternoon and evening. Rev. Roger V. Dane and Mrs. Carl Matter brought Mrs. Jen­ nie Stephensen in from Dillon Tuesday. After a short visit in Jackson they went on down to Wisdom and returned to Dillon that night. The Jackson Fire Department held their regular meeting Mon­ day night. Discussions were held' on how to make the fire sirens safer from false alarms. A movie i was shown after the meeting. I .Carl Matter drove out from1 Dillon Tuesday with a load of supplies for the Wagon Wheel. I INJURED IN CAR WRECK r e t u r n i n g f r o m f u n e r a l I Mrs. Zina Burton, Clarence and Eathel Waters drove to Missoula Saturday to be with Mr. and Mrs. Peiper who were injured in an automobile wreck. Mr. and Mrs. Peiper and four children were returning from the funeral of Reuben Waters in Ida­ ho Falls Friday. They left there about 5 o’clock and as they ap­ proached Arlee, about 3:30 a.m., they had a collision with another car. Mr. Peiper suffered a frac­ tured skull, broken arm and nose and other bruises. Mrs. Peiper and the children all received some cuts and bruises. One girl had a broken nose. They have all been released from the Missoula hospital now except Mr. Peiper. He, is still in serious condition. Mrs. Zina Bur­ ton, Clarence and Eathel Waters returned home Monday night and Tuesday afternoon they all made a business trip to Butte. Zina Bur­ ton is Mrs. Peiper’s mother. N E W ! R E V O L U T I O N A R Y W O N D E R B U I L D I N G Mrs. Bob Jackson has been going to Dillon every day to visit Bob. He was released from the hospital Saturday and is staying | with the John Jacksons for a few | days until he is able to , come ¡home. j Mrs. Jackson brought the four I children home yesterday from ‘ Dillon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lap- ham have been keeping the chil­ dren, but Harry is quite sick now with the flu. Troop 2, Girl Scouts of Dillon, enjoyed dining and swimming at the Diamond Bar Inn Friday and Saturday. There were 13 girls and leaders. Mrs. Andy Forsythe and Mrs. George Shafner accompanied them. Susie Boetticher remained in Dillon Friday night after school and returned home Saturday with Mrs. Martin Jackson. Wednesday, April 17, 1957 _ DILLON EXAMINER 5 chartering a plane for the trip, i Sandra, Amber and Max, Mrs. Mr. Benson is president of an $80 i Chris Sperle and Mr. and Mrs. million a year industrial engin-! Wayne Stocks and Tym went to eering firm of Chicago. i Dillon Tuesday night to attend i the musical recital at the high Royal Neighbors Lodge met in ¡school. Sandra and Tym were for regular session Wednesday eve-' mer pupils of Mrs. Chris Sperle. ning with Oracle Dolores Husted They are now continuing their presiding. There, were seven musical education under Mrs. members present and after lodge Baxter and both appeared in the refreshments were served at the I recital. __ , ~ Diamond Bar Inn. Co-hostesses Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shepherd were Francis Lapham, Francis' were Dillon visitors Wednesday Muldowney and Mary Ellen Moe. I and Jack received medical atten,- Mrs. Bob Jackson brought her;tion for a Persistant cold, father, Mr. Mglntire in from D ll-! . ■ Ion .Wednesday night. He arrived Bridal Shower at Inn by train from Roundup and w ill! A lovely bridal shower was gi- spent a few weeks on the Jackson ven at the Diamond Bar Inn Sat- ranch. ■ j urday, honoring Sara Henri Riss. Among the guests who visited1 About 20 guests were present Jennie Johnson on her birthday and Sara received many nice Sunday were Mr. arid Mrs. Ole gifts. A wedding cake made by Heggelund, Joanne and Melvin, Camilla Solm was decorated with w,i oaunouu. Mr. and Mrs. Benny Johnson and the bride and groom’s names in Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peterson ! sons, Paul and Joe Harvey, M r. ¡pinkjind white, and Dick enjoyed coffee hour at and Mrs. Roy Ford and Mrs. Chris Coffee and punch were served the Carl Holman ranch Sunday i Sperle. ¡by Sandra Lapham . and Susie afternoon. j Mrs. Emil Schindler took Bar-! ^ Harold^ Pete and Russell Peter- bara to Dillon Thursday where Stocks helped serve the son took in the boxing matches in j he received treatment for a se-:caS?’ . Butte Saturday night | vere cold. i The table decorations followed Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nelson went! Art Ahprc ™tnmpH tn Tnplcc-m i nS,u -IF „ tn Dillon -PYiriov anrt iMoison return,e a to j acKson i The gift table was very pretty to union Friday and Mrs. Nelson Friday and renewed old acquaint- ■ with a white-silk cover and light received treatment for the flu. anros Art has cnpnt snmp tirrm in ! 11 d tt, le n, . . “ Kill' She didn’t respond to the treat- ■ Callfornia since leaving Jackson Dillon Vere M ^ M a H ^ J a ckson T o l l 'h e r ^ ih e ’ h ospital1^ BlU I ™ , d5 ect here from Tiju- j Mrs. Jay -Nelson, Sherry and Adaptable to Industrial Commercial or Farm Use The Only Steel Farm Building with No Frame — No Rafters — No Posts The super-strength of Wonder Build­ ings patented arch construction pro­ vides a dear-span interior from floor to roof with 100% usable space. Doubly-curved and corrugated steel panels bolt together to form rigid steel arches of amazing strength. No separate framework to buy or build! Use only one size bolt for the complete assembly. Inquire at McLaren & Son DILLON, MONT. Sav£ r/Aif . AN d c W O N g y f t u s s / e * G o / G ° ° 9 e Sf0ni*ed Steel Jjraiaht s,d* W o iis CurvedRoof A building you can actually erect, with your own labor . \PO IT YdURSELF\ , Mary Alice accompanied them to Dillon Saturday and the girls were treated for colds. Mrs. Fred Nelson went to Dil­ lon Thursday to stay, with Mrs. Lena Nelson, who has had a siege with the flu. Mrs. Blaz Lugar returned from Dillon Wednesday with Mrs. Bob Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. Blaz ana, Mexico. ; : Henry and Mrs. Ross. Mrs. Bill Nelson was hostess to | Hostesses for the shower were the Junior Bridge Club Tuesday! Mrs. Keith Boetticher,\ Mrs. Chris night. Winners for the evening Sperle and Mrs. John Wing. were-Mrs. Roy Jackson, Mrs. Les- j ------- ter Sage and Mrs. Bruce Jardine. I Harvey Johnson drove to Butte Refreshments were served by ! Thursday for a medical check-up Mrs. -Nelson at midnight. j and we are glad to hear he has Dale Pettit took his wife , to 1 recovered from his recent oper- Butte Friday where she will re-! ation satisfactorily, main for an indefinite period. i i V / l Easter wouldn’t be Easter without the joyous note of flowers . . . in your home, y in your church, at your Easter party time. Let us help you select the lovely traditional flowers and plants here that help make Easter the happy time it is! M o u n tjoy Flowers & G ifts Phone 137-W 34 So. Montana St. Lugar went back Monday where!Dale, returned to the Hair Pin!. People who live in the past Mrs. Lugar will serve on the jury. rai}eh thatevemng have a big. advantage its . Mrs. Esta Husted, Elaine and Mr' and Mrs- Bud Lapham, cheaper. ; John Husted returned a week ago i j Saturday from a trip tq Califor- • nia. They visited relatives. i Sheriff MacDonald was in Jack- son on official business Monday.1 We are very glad to receive word of the improvement of Carl' Holman, who has been staying; with his daughter in Dillon since [ being released from the hospital.! He is able now to take short walks. Let’s not forget the special music on Easter Sunday at the church. There will be a solo by Ruth Hanson and group singing1 by the children. Rev. Holland of Dillon plans to be with us for the 8 o’clock service. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Novich of Dillon came out to the Blaz Lugar ranch Thursday. Dan helped de­ horn calves on the Lugar ranch and then they &lso did the de­ horning on the Bob Jackson ranch and Mr. and Mrs. Novich re­ turned home Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Rogers of Missoula came Sunday to take care of their grandsons while Mrs. Bill Nelson is in the hospital. John Krause hauled supplies from Butte on Monday. Mrs. Allan Dansie went to Dil­ lon Tuesday to take care of Susie, who was ill with bronchitis. Mrs. Dansie came home Thursday- night and has been sick with the! flu. We are proud to say' that Linda Andreasen placed second in the | Southwestern district high school | speech tournament at the college ! Saturday, in the dramatic decla-1 mation division. , ‘ | i m p i m Í i l ATTEND WATERS FUNERAL ! Among those from Jackson who 1 attended the funeral services for ; Reuben Waters were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Strodtman, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Lapham, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fernandez, Mr. and Mrs. John Husted, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ford, Tom Ciemow, J. Brian Smith, John Dooling, Donna An­ dreasen, Mrs. Wayne Stocks, Mrs. Jack Shepherd Mrs. Bob Jackson, Mrs. Kenneth Spiers and rela­ tives, Mrs. Charles Burton, Harry i and John, Mrs. Zina Burton, Clar- ' ence Burton? and Eafliel Waters. A group of students from the high school also attended the ser­ vices which were held Thursday ni Dillon at the LDS chapel. In­ terment was at Rose Hill ceme­ tery in Idaho Falls Friday after­ noon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ford were guests at the Harry Lapham home Thursday and Friday. Plane Trip to Sweden Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peterson drove to Anaconda Sunday, April , 7, and were dinner guests at the i home of Mr. and Mrs. Wallie Wes­ ton. The dinner was in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Henning Johnson and daughter Lynne, who depar­ ted for an extended trip to Swe­ den on April 14. These lucky people will be in a group of 72 relatives and close friends of Ragnar Benson, who is The fashion-endorsed coat-dress Shirtwaister in netdy important sheer lawn. Lovely to live in... and dressy enough to dance in with its gay stripes and . beautiful dyed-to-match Val type lace, lavishly used! Blade, blue or green; young-in-heart sizes 7 to 15... $14.98 Ok'ed by the famous Minx Modes Board o f Review m ELIEL’S, I ne.

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