The Dillon Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1891-1962, June 19, 1957, Image 5

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Mr. and Mrs. William Tait of here and will be sponsored by Dillon attended the convention of Montana bankers last week end at Yellowstone Park. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hilgert were week end visitors at the Emil Conger home from Laurel. Mrs. Erwin Christensen and three children are visiting Mrs. Christensen’s mother, Mrs. Smith, in Anaconda. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kapla are visitors in Dillon at the home of Mrs. Kapla’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sutherland. The Vigilante Electric, according to an announcement by the coopera­ tive. Peterson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Peterson of Lima. He is a general science student and was an outstanding player on the Lima high school basketball team. Lanny Dale and Leo Helfert have been vacation visitors at the home of their grandmother, Mrs. Hayesl Baxter. Miss Marguerite Cullen has also been a house guest of Mrs. Baxter from her Sutherlands are moving to the home in East Helena. Stamm apartments on Montana street, having sold their home to Mr. and Mrs. John Burwell. Mrs. H. G. Martinell left Tues­ day for Tacoma to visit relatives. Mrs. Dan Pendergast was a vis­ itor from Melrose on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kapla and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sutherland are planning a trip to the south­ eastern states which will take them to Mrs. Sutherland’s old home in North Carolina. William Logan returned Tues­ day from a business trip to Spo­ kane. Patricia Sneed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Sneed, was a delegate to the Grand Assembly of Rainbow Girls in Billings. Mrs. William Backus visited with friends in Missoula over the recent week end. Earl Richard Peterson, a 17- Mrs. John Orr and Mrs. E. C. Townsend were delegates of the local chapter at the state conven­ tion of PEO last week in Butte. Among those who attended the convention banquet were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wilkinson, Mr. and Mrs. T. Lee McCracken, Mrs. Le- nore McCollum and E. C. Town­ send. Several candidates were initia­ ted into Dillon Lodge 513, Loyal Order of Moose, at the regular meeting Wednesday e v e n i n g . Last Sunday the lodge held a pic­ nic at Reservoir Lake in the Bloody Dick area which was at­ tended by more than 200 families. Royal Neighbors held a regu­ lar meeting Thursday night at the IOOF hall. Tommy Michael, small son of Mr. and Mrs. George Andersen, is home again from the Community gate to the coming Boys State DINE AT THE FRIENDLY BLUE ANCHOR BAR and GRILL At Twin Bridges year old junior at the Lima high ¡Memorial hospital in Butte where school, has been chosen as a dele- | he recently underwent surgery. \ ‘ ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Burgess and family of Deer Lodge have been visiting in Dillon at the home of Mrs. Burgess’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Davis. Miss Gay Loveridge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris G. Lover- jidge of Dillon, became the bride of Norman Ashcroft of Twin Bridges in a pretty ceremony at the Lutheran church at 8 o’clock Friday evening. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Loveridge home at 1011 E. Glendale street Mr. Ashcroft is manager of several ranches in Madison county. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Williams spent* last week in Sun Valley, Idaho where Mr. williams atten­ ded a meeting of potato growers. Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Steele j were in Bozeman last week and I attended the Montana State Col- j lege commencement exercises. Mrs. Delos Jenkins of Dillon has accepted a position to teach in the Deer Lodge schools next year. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tyro, for­ mer Dillon residents, visited rel­ atives last week in Dillon enroute from California to their former home at Spearfish, N. D. They plan to return to Montana and will live at Columbia Falls -where they recently purchased a site for a greenhouse and will go into business there. Jim Nye has returned to Dil­ lon and is visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. J. W. Nye. Mr. Nye follows the avocation of sheep shearing each spring with a crew that starts in California and follows a northerly route through Nevada and Oregon, and which has just completed its sea­ sonal tour. For the past several years Mr. Nye has been in a local store for the balance of the year. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Asterland and three sons were in Dillon last week at the home of Mrs. Aster- land’s mother, Mrs. Helen Lueb­ ben. They are moving to Helena where Mr. Asterland has accep-1 ted a position with the State I Board of Health as a speech'ness therapist. Mr. and Mrs. Duggan Luebben. and children, and Mr. Luebben’s mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Luebben, have returned from California where they have .been visiting relatives. Mrs. Lorenzo Cushing returned home Sunday with her son, Ralph Cushing, Billings architect, at whose home she had been visit­ ing for the past six weeks. The following members of the Dillon club attended a “recipro­ city dinner” given by the Ana­ conda Soroptimist club Wednes­ day night: Mrs. Kathleen Hen- nity, Mrs. Loretta Loveridge; Mrs. Frieda Westergard, Mrs. T. Lee McCracken, Mrs. Bernice Lewis, Mrs. Virginia Backus, Mrs. Edith Mayberry, Mrs. Fay Lasich and Mrs. Mildred Avery. Mrs. Ivan Remely and two chil­ dren narrowly escaped injury when the pickup truck she was driving overturned on the Dillon- Jackson road at the 10-Mile house intersection Saturday af­ ternoon. The car was damaged but its occupants were only slightly shaken up, according to; the report. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blinn and family of Seattle are visiting with Mr. Blinn’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Blinn of Dillon. John Dooling and daughters Cassie and Mary Ann were visit­ ors in Dillon Friday from the Diamond Bar Inn at Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. William Finney of South San Gabriel, Calif., are visiting at the homes of Finney’s mother, Mrs. George Lenox, and her grandmother, Mrs. Charlotte Farley, in Dillon. They also plan on spending a fortnight at the Lenox summer home at Elkhorn. Wednesday, June 19, 1957 _ DILLON EXAMINER 5 Mrs. Helen Fay was a week end visitor in Dillon from her home in Butte. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Evans visited with Mrs. J. W. Evans Sunday from their home at Townsend. T. Lee McCracken made a busi­ trip to-Bozeman on Satur­ day. Mr. and Mrs. John Garry have returned to Dillon for the sum­ mer where Mr. Garry is again on the teaching staff at Western College; They have lived for the past school -year at Grand Forks, N. D., where Mr. Garry taught at the university. Mrs. Burr Smith of Washing­ ton, D. C., is visiting with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith, and with her mother, Mrs. Roy Herndon, in Dillon. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cochrane visited relatives at their former home in Billings on Sunday and Monday. On Monday they at­ tended the wedding of Mr. Coch­ rane’s niece, Miss Rae Cochrane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Cochrane of Billings. The wed­ ding was also the occasion for a Cochrane family reunion. Robert D’Evelyn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clark D’Evelyn, will represent the BCHS Key club at the national convention in Wash­ ington, D.C. He will board a spe­ cial train for delegates from the northwest at Billings on June 28. Also a delegate is Henry Cush­ ing, son of Mr; and Mrs. Ralph' Cushing, formerly residents of Dillon. Mrs. Hayesl Baxter left Satur­ day for Claysoil where she will ¡spend the summer with her son- I in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Helfert. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boetticher and sons on Sunday attended a reunion of Mrs. Boetticher’s high school class at Malad, Idaho. . ' FARM BUREAU PICNIC Riverside Farm Bureau invites you to attend their picnic to be held at Biltmore Hot Springs, on Sunday, June 23, starting at noon. Bring your lunch. Coffee and ice cream will be furnished. There. will be baseball and other games and fun for young and old. SALESMAN — If you are over 21 and under 38, free to travel this area of state five days a week; ! and if you desire a stady posi- ' tion with: a well known and .ad­ vertised company that can give you an earning power of over $150 per week and are available f o r immediate employment — write to Box 1894, Billings, Mon­ tana, Sales Dept., and a personal interview will be arranged in: your area. 51-4t W A N T E D MEN TO TRAIN FOR REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS Age 21 to 60. Must be residents of this county two or mere years! Competent appraisers receive $325 to $450 per month. Farm experience valuable Training by 19-year-old responsible organization Write Box 309-A Dillon Examiner Whether it’s a Sandwich or a Special Dinner, You’ll Find the Food Prepared to Please Your Taste We’ll Be Glad to Welcome You We treat all our friends alike —and we just don’t know any strangers M know O N T A N A . . . . Gave Town Its Name —from the White Sulphur Springs News The town of Neihart gets its name from James LeRoy Neihart who discovered the silver mines there. He was of, English and German descent and was born in William County, Ohio. Stories of the West lured Neihart. In 1876 at the age of 25 he came to Bozeman. He taught one year of school then for two years he prospected around Virginia City and Alder Gulch. In 1879 he moved to Fort Benton, then to the Highwood mountains where he located a squatters’ claim 20 miles south of the fort. He Stayed there until 1881 when he traded his hold­ ings for cash and horses and struck out for Barker, then a booming mining camp. 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