The Dillon Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1891-1962, June 19, 1957, Image 2

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2 DILLON EXAMINER — Wednesday, June 19, 1957 LIMA NEWS MRS. KAY WEEKS . Correspondent LIMA COMMUNITY CHURCH Rev. Paul Denny, Pastor Sunday- school, 10 a.m. Morning service, 11:15 a. m. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS L'eMont Robertson, President ■ Sunday school, 10 a.m. Sacra­ ment immediately following. Relief society, Mondays at 2 ,m. Primary, Mondays at 4 p.m. 'utual will be held once a month until next fall. lough at home. While here he visited his parents and twin sis­ ters, Sharon Wilson and Sandra Peterson and family and other relatives and friends. He has been stationed at Fort Lewis, Wash., and Camp Hanford, Wash. He expects to be sent to Europe soon. & ST.-ROSE CHURCH Father Martin Florian First Sunday of each month. Pythian Sisters Meet The Pythian Sisters met in regular session Wednesday night, June 12, at the Masonic hall, with M.E.C. Dora Peterson presiding. A report was made on the sew­ ing project, also on the work done at the cemetery before Memorial day. A committee was appointed to make arrangements for a float in the rodeo parade. Plans .were discussed in regard to the Grand Temple convention to be held in Billings on June 20, 21 and 22. Flag day and Father’s day were observed. Following the meeting a deli­ cious lunch was served honoring , those having birthdays during ! the month. The serving commit­ tee was: Mable Detton, Beth Hun- ; gate and Helen Raddatz. j The next meeting will be on ¡June 26. trell low and Mrs. Luella Kellett was awarded the all-cut prize. Mrs. Merrell was presented a gift from the club for her birth­ day. Those present were Mrs. Kathryn Brown, Mrs. Nadine Fuller, Mrs. Dorothy Bittick, Mrs. Kellett, Mrs. Merrell, Mrs. Can­ trell and the hostess. dressed in yellow- waltz length was “Happenings in the Middle dresses with matching accessor-' East in the Light of Bible Pro- ies and carried bouquets of white phecy,” which everyone enjoyed. carnations. ------- Marvin Tabish of Missoula was | Meeting Date Changed Sewing Club Meets The Pythian Sister Sewing club met at the home of Mrs. Maggie : Patterson with Mrs. Laura Truax j as. co-hostess on Tuesday, June 4.. Sewing and cards were enjoyed. I At Cards Mrs. Emma Edmond ! held high score, Mrs. Mary Rose ! low and Mrs. Carrie Peterson ' drew the all cut. . Mrs. Lena Miller,«, a visiting member from Chula Vista, Calif., was given, a handkerchief shower. A lunch was served by the hostesses.' Bittick, Elected President MrsKJHilma Merrell and Mrs. Verna Jenkins were hostesses on Thursday afternoon, when they entertained the OES sewing club at the home of Mrs. Merrell. Mrs. Kathryn Brown, a member of Butte chapter No. 39, was a guest of the afternoon. Mrs. Dor­ othy Bittick was elected presi­ dent of the club for the next year. Mrs. Adelaide Mitchell will en­ tertain the club on June 27 at her home, with Mrs. Helen Harshner as .co-hostess. Following the busi­ ness meeting, lunch was served. There were 14 present. Past Matrons to Meet Past Matrons club will meet at the home of Grace Martinell on Friday evening, June 21, at 8 p.m. All past matrons as well as vis­ iting past matrons are cordially invited to attend. best man. Ushers were Rodger Stevens of Corvallis and Walter Dezell of Missoula. Following the ceremony a wed­ ding breakfast was served at the Palace hotel. Mrs. Don Cheney, sister of the groom, cut the wed­ ding cake which was topped with Attention all members of VFW Ladies Auxiliary. The meeting will be June 21 instead of June 27. Please don’t forget. There will be initiation. Please attend. . Auxiliary Sponsors Parade The VFW Auxiliary,is sponsor- miniature bride and groom. ; j?lg the Rodeo Parade this year. Miss Gertrude Kluesner, sister of the groom, was in charge of the guest book and Mrs. Louis Kluesner assisted with the gifts We would like as: many entries as possible in the following sec­ tions: doll buggies, bicycles, wa­ gons, comics, cowgirls, cowboys The bride is a graduate of Cor- and 5°?*?' *--aÿ 1 P*}zes will be valiis high school and received j awarded in each of these sections, her teaching degree at Western ' Contribution cans are placed at Montana College of Education in , various business houses m town Dillon. The past year she has j order that individuals who taught in the Prescott grade ' to donate toward this par- school in Missoula. , !ade Prize money may do so. Any ! The bridegroom is a graduate ! cooperation that the organizations .of Lima high school and was em- anc* individuals can give will be I ployed at Williams Feed and I greatly appreciated. Help have a ¡Machinery in Dillon before going j successful .parade Sunday, June to the army. He is now employed 130. i at Bud Lake Truck Stop in Mis - 1 soula. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Conn spent On Vacation .Miss Rhonda Brown left Sun- I day on a vacation which will in- j elude visiting many points of in- | terest.- Among them, Hungry [Horse dam, Glacier Park, Glas­ gow, Mont.,- Regina Canada, Brit­ ish Columbia and Portland, Ore. | She accompanied . her brother Dick and wife from Pocatello. I For their wedding trip they I will tour Yellowstone Park and I parts of Idaho. On their return j they will reside at 917 Elm street !in Missoula. Robert E. Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilson of -Mo- nida, will leave June 13 for Fort Dix, N. J., after spending his fur- Entertain Double Four Mrs. Verla Norman entertained the Double Four pinochle club at her home on Tuesday evening. A dessert lunch was served pre­ ceding the games. Mrs. Hilma Merrell won high, Mrs. Ora Can- Virginia City Players Present — The Wells Fargo Cabaret Show — Beginning Friday, June 21 and Every Friday throughout* the Summer Season Dinner: 6:30—8:00 — Show: 8:00 P.M. — NO SHOW AT THE THEATER ON THURSDAY — Don’t miss a visit to Montana’s oldest brewery while in historic Virginia City For Reservations Call Victor 3-5377 Sew and Roll Bandages Community church Ladies Aid met June 14 at 2 p.m. Sewing and rolling of bandages for the West Indies was done. After the meeting a lunch Was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Joe Sawyer and Mrs. McNeil. Saturday and Sunday at Black- foot. They returned home Mon­ day. Mrs. Leslie McNinch and La- Rae Foster accompanied Mrs. ------ r j Harold Weeks and daughter Visits Parents i Becky to Dillon Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kays and ^asi„Y’i5e^V_1-_Hf T , daughter Bernice of Great Falls! spent several days at the home sp®nt v thOoH of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy M He 13 employed m Salt McNinch. They returned to their JL Mrs Verna Jenkins of Dillon ; spent severSl days this past week | at the Marion. Merrell home. She Delivers Sermon i returned to Dillon on Saturday Rev. Josef I. Herschkowitz, He-i accompanied by Mrs. Merrell. brew Christian, was the speaker | Mr .and Mrs. Glen Holbrook at Lima Community church last; and daughter Linda spent last Sunday morning. His timely topic ' Saturday afternoon, in Dillon. home last Friday. Have Visitors Mrs. K. K. Boka of Dillon and Mrs. Dean McDowell and chil­ dren, Dana and Karlyle of Lind, Wash., spent several days at the George Franks home. Will Hold Meeting Beaverette Lodge No. 528 will! hold their regular meeting June 20 at 8 p.m. All members are urged to attend. Maintain Concession Don’t anyone forget the annual VFW rodeo June 29 and 30. The Ladies Auxiliary will have the concession at the tent and there will be hot dogs, burgers and cof­ fee on sale. GEO. M. GOSMAN DRUGGIST Dillon Montana Visits at Harshners Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Suitts and children from San Diego, Calif., spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harshner. On Monday morning they left for Yellowstone park. Bunyards Return Home Mr. and Mrs. Mick Bunyard and son Danny from Wichita, Kans., returned home Sunday after visiting at the home of his uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Roy McNinch for several days. While .here the group visited at 'Grant at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tyler, also in Butte at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rolles. Spends Father’s Day Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Oakey and son of Idaho Falls accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ken­ neth Birch of St. Anthony, to Lima last Sunday. They spent Father’s day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Christensen. with charcoal broiled steaks, crisp, tossbd-green salads and a mountain appetite . . . to real outdoor living in the West. Whenever friends get together to enjoy the many pleasures that are a part of Western life . . . beer, the beverage of moderation, is a welcome addition to the circle of fellowship. Enjoy it. UNITED. STATES BREWERS FOUNDATION ID A H O .'jaO M TANA, NEVADA DIVISION GATES-KLUESNER WEDDING The St. Francis church in Missoula was the setting Satur­ day, June 15, for the wedding of Miss Eileen Gates', daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Gates, of C o r v a l l i s , and Mr. Frederick Kluesner, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Kluesner of Lima. The Rev. Haven officiated at the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with a standard of white and pink peonies. The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose a white bal­ lerina length gown, the princess style bodice of Chantilly type lace extended into a full skirt over white taffeta and tulle. The finger-tip veil of matching tulle was attached to a crown of white lace and pearls. She carried white carnations and red rose buds on a white prayer book. The maid of honor, Miss Shir­ ley Gates, sister ■ of the bride, wore a blue waltz length dress with matching accessories and carried a bouquet of White car- i nations. The bridesmaids were Dorothy and Hazel Gates, sisters of the bride and were identically Moves bales up, down, horizontally. Built for years of i service with all-welded framework. Light in weight—just 6 V 2 pounds per foot of length. One man operation. Powered with gasoline engine or electric motor. Available in 16’, 20’, 24’ models, complete with skid. 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