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6 DILLON EXAMINER Wednesday, August 14, 1957 Gburcb Services FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Wm. J. Holland, Minister 10:00 a.nj., Sunday school. Col ored film strip “Life of Christ.” 11:00 a.m.,'morning worship. Ser mon by John Elliott of Butte. You are invited to worship with us. ST. ROSE CATHOLIC CHURCH | Dillon — 7:00 and 9:00 a.m. | masses, Sundays. Lima — 7:30 p.m., first Sunday. Grant — 7:30 p.m., second Sun day. Melrose — 7:30 p.m. third Sun day. Jackson Sunday. 7:30 p.m., fourth CHURCH OF LATTER DAY SAINTS Sunday, Sunday school, 10:00 a.m.; Jackson Sunday school, I 11:00 a.m.; Sacrament meeting, inl,VUun fledoir Rolinf Cnnintir : Will D6 CHRISTIAN SCIENCE Scientific healing — healing through the power of God, Soul— 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, Relief S o ciet?;.^11- V ° pic dealt with at 7130 n m ThnrcHaî, a-nri Christian Science services Sun- 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Primary, 4:00 p.m.; Mutual, 7:30 jun. - day. Matthew’s account of Christ WISDOM NEWS Correspondent FRANCIS MAY HYATT Two Car Mishaps Injure 3 Persons Tuesday morning, Aug. 6, about 9:30, a car drove off into the bor row pit almost at Jack Andersons and turned over. The car was dri ven by Vern Sards. Mr. Sarols received a broken nose and his passenger, Elbert Gardiner, re ceived a broken leg and an in jured elbow. Bud Malee, an employee of the the, and road department, extricated _____ _ ___ ____ __ injured _ _men^ Mrs. Anderson from Bozeman on Tuesday. week end with Mr. and Mrs. Dari Ferguson, returned to Dillon with them. Stanley and Barbara Rasmus- ; sen, John Nelson and Dee Reamer took Miss Judy Bahac home to HamiltonSaturday. They all at tended the rodeo. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Williams took Steve Williams to Butte on Sunday where he met Jackie Venrick and from there the boys journeyed to the Vigilante Boy Scout Camp. After attending the camp, Steve Williams is going to spend a week with Jackie Ven rick at Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Prutzman and Terri, Mrs. Glen Chittester Alton Chittester returned called Mrs. Florence Fitzmorse and she came immediately and administered first aid. The high way department was summoned GRACE METHODIST CHURCH ! the readings from the King James Sunday, August 18, .1957 ./ | version of the Bible. The subject 9:45 a.nj., church school. 11:00 of the lesson sermon is “Soul.” a.m., morning worship. Since the | From “Science and Health with pastor Will be on vacation Aug- Key to the Scriptures,” by Mary ust 26 until_ September 6, prayer Baker Eddy the following will be Jesus’ healing of the two blind'and an ambulance came immedi- men (9:27-31): will be included in ' ately from Anaconda. The second accident of the meeting will be discontinued un til September 11. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Roger V. Dane, Pastor Sunday school, 10:00 a.m. Morn ing worship, 11:00 a.m. Evangelis tic service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, workers training course, 7:30. DINE AT THE FRIENDLY BLUE ANCHOR BAR and GRILL At TWin Bridges read (210:11-16); “Knowing that Soul and its attributes were for ever manifested through man, the Master healed the sick, gave sight to the blind, hearing to the deaf, feet to the lame, thus bring ing to light the scientific action of the. divine Mind on human minds and bodies and giving a better understanding of Soul and salva- j tion.” The public is cordially in- 1 vited to attend the Sunday ser- 1 vices at 11 a.m., 2 South Wash- ¡ington Street. Jack Gardiner of Butte and Jim Trogio, also 'Of Butte, are visiting at the Mark Clemow home. Mrs. Owen Speirs was rushed to Butte early Sunday morning for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Holmes of week to happen af Andersons w as1 Anaconda were week end guests Sunday morning about 6:30. The ] at the Lawrence Bacon home, car driven by Mike Weiler went j Other Sunday guests were Mr. out of control and rolled into the: and Mrs. Ted Schloer and son borrow pit. Mr. Weiler was u n -|and Mr. Schloer’s mother, of Hel- injured, but a passenger, Rayjena. Bauman, received a back injury. Mr. and Mrs. Fred A n d e rs o n '¿ \ lT r whh^oorHtors in “the Friends of Mr. Weiler, who w ere'and family drove to Anaconda on 1hp «„mhpr of pntries just behind them, went to Ralston Thursday to attend the Smelter-; ^teadilv inrreacm* A and called for the ambulance. men’s Day celebration Joy and;^ ^ t ^ n u t o f vm m -ier, £ ------- | J ° hl? stayed the rest of the week hoDed for tbi„ VPar. w itters « id . Birthday Party to visit friends and relatives. Misses Amy and Hallie Steph- ] Mrs. Jack Anderson’s cousins, ens entertained at a luncheon in 1 Mrs. Stanley Noe and Miss San- CHILDREN’S SECTIONS WILL FORM COLORFUL PART OF RODEO PARADE Children of all ages, from tod dlers through grade school age, a-foot, on trikes and bikes, and pony-back will take part in the Labor Day Parade in four units, according to Chairman Brucé Watters. No advance registration is required for these special sec tions and all that is asked is that the youngsters be in the as sembly areas by 10:30 a.m. Mer chandise prizes will be awarded winners in each section. The “kiddie section” is for chil dren 6 veers old and under end the assemblv area win he on Hel ena street. between Montana and Idaho. The Comic section is ODen to everyone with prizes for the best comic idea and drees. The bike & Trike section wiH have prize awards foT best decorations and dress, and the aee ranges no to 15 yeajs. The ponv-section is for younesters up through 12 vears of aee. The Vouth Horse Section is for riders 13 to 21 years old and their mounts. Thpse sections have proved Whether it’s a Sandwich or a Special Dinner, You’ll Find the Food Prepared to Please Your Taste We’ll Glad to Welcome You We treat all our friends alike —and we just don’t know any strangers Young Man From Dillon Is Wed At Great Falls honor of their mother’s birthday dra Noe, left Tuesday. They will Saturday afternoon. Those seated visit in Moore before returning at a table beautifully decorated home. with summer flowers from their! Mr. and Mrs. Norman Risch and own yard were the honor guest,: family arrived Saturday evening Mrs. \D. J. Stephens, Mrs. Ted to visit Mrs. Rich’s parents, Mr. Woodward of Butte, Mrs. John; and Mrs. Jack Paddock and other Wharton, Mrs. Claude Anderson,; relatives. The Rischs are from Mrs. Jessie Smith, Mrs. Harry j Anchorage, Alaska. They came all Rutledge, Mrs. Chris Rasmussen the way by car. and Mrs. George Helming. After I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ham, Mrs. the luncheon pinochle was en-' Pete Hiam and son Skippy and „ . , , .¡joyed. Mrs. Chris Rasmussen re-¡Mrs. Thurm Hiam and son were Charles E. Crookshanks, son of cejved first prize and Mrs. H arry | Sunday guests at the Bob Mc- Mr. and Mrs. Plump B. Cottom of j jj ^jgdgg the consolation. Mrs. I Dowell home. They celebrated n ’11\\ \ \ Ma.Dope | Claude'5 Anderson held the trav-1 Mr. Ham’s birthday. Miss Donna Nelson drove to Dillon on Friday to spend the Dillon married Miss Tripp, daughter of Mr. and \Mrs. i pl:np nri7P Thomas Jenkin of Butte, in a ' 8 p ceremony performed in Great I Falls on August 1. The wedding ’ was held in the Presbyterian church with the'Rev. Hewlack of ficiating. M r. Crookshanks graduated from high school here in 1947. He entered the Navy and received a commission in 1953. He served nearly three years overseas with the U.S.S. Kearsarge and was separated from active service to the Naval Reserve a year ago. He is now office manager of the Dea coness Hospital in Great Falls. Mrs. Crookshanks will teach in the G reat Falls schools this year. Attending the wedding from Dillon were Mr. and Mrs. Philip B. Cottom and son Robert, Mr. and Mrs. William Cottom, Mrs. Margaret Cottom, Mrs. Edna Moe and Mrs. L. R. Paxton. Mrs. Pax ton, Mrs. Phillip Cottom’s sister, has been visiting here from -St. Joseph, Mo. — Subscribe to the Examiner Automotive Headquarters For Muffler and Tail-Pipe Service We sell and install mufflers and tail-pipes DUAL EXHAUST SYSTEMS A SPECIALTY M E L T O N T E X A C O Glendale & Washington — Dillon — Phone 62 Celebrates 80th Birthday Mrs. Fred Anderson and Mrs. Walter Cloaker were hostesses at a family birthday party in honor of their uncle, John Lovell, who celebrated his tightieth birthday and Mrs. Cloaker’s husband, Wal ter, on his fortieth. Places were laid for 21 and a wonderful time was had by all. week end with Patty Sneed. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lapham, Mrs. Frieda Wenger and Profes sor and Mrs. Caspers and children spent Saturday afternoon at the home of Harold Nelson; Professor Barton Hahn and son of Bozeman were Saturday din ner guests at the home of Harold Nelson. They came after their He added that entries are coming in everv day for the event which has become, an outstanding at traction of the festival which combines the County' Fair and Javcee Rodeo. son. Henry, who had spent the summer having there. Mr. and Mrs. .Tim Olds of Butte spent Sundav visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Else. - Mr. and Mrs. Bart Lawrence took Billy Emmenon, their grand son. home to Butte on Tuesday and on Friday they took their neDhew. Joe Davis., home to Cor vallis. The boys had been at the Lawrences for the haying season. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Boles and-fam- ily of Spokane spent a few days last week visiting the Bart Law rences. Many places finished up haying last week and I think that this week will see nearly all of them done. People who say w hat they think are more numerous than popular. T rucks New and Used — LIBERAL TERMS — Phone'— Taylor 7-3368. Write Box 408 K Thompson Falls, Mont. Mrs. Ted Woodward of Butte has been a house guest at the home of Mrs. Claude Anderson from Tuesday until Saturday. While she was here she was en tertained at a luncheon at the homes of Mrs. Harry Rutledge ^nd Mrs. Clarence Helming. Miss Sue Huntley drove to Great Falls Thursday. While there she was entertained at a bridal shower. Mrs. Erma Moles left for Darby Monday after spending the hay ing season at the Clark Huntley ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Johnson ' and Mr. and Mrs. W. Stocks left: by train for Chicago Thursday.] They will bring back three trucks | for Helming Bros. Stewart C a p e h a r t and son Stewart arrived Saturday from Glendora, Calif. Mrs. . Capeharfej and the children have been vis iting her the past month. Sunday guests at the Roy Ze- Barth home were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Swanson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Willey spent Saturday visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Willey. Mr. and Mrs. Mattatti were Sunday dinner guests at the Earl Willey home. Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Thompson and family of Deer Lodge were guests at the George Thompson home Saturday to Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Leake and Betty of Burns, Ore., spent the past two weeks visiting the Thompsons. They are now visiting with friends and relatives in Deer Lodge. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Pike and children of Seattle visited in the valley over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bolton of Sal omon were Sunday visitors at the ¡£ «Pendletons. f Mr. and Mrs. George Brown of Glenburn, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Brown of Redcliff, Calif., sons of the late Mrs. Albert Smith, a long ago resident of Wis dom, spent part of last week vis iting old time friends. Mr. and Mrs. Argyle Stephens and Terry Jo are on a short vaca tion trip to the Park and various places. David and Raymond Stephens and Paul Huggins left Saturday for Livingston to attend the Fish Derby. Barbara and Stanley Rasmus sen drove to Dillon Monday morning. Stanley returned to his job with the highway. Dami Jo Hart of Dillon, wno had spent the The Johnson Harness Shop Is the Place! - Now Is the Time! — To get your saddles and riding gear in good shape for our big Rodeo and Parade. We are also headquarters for the BEST ;in RIDING AND PACKING GEAR — TENTS, TRUCK TARPS, BED TARPS AND ALL CANVAS, SUPPLIES Johnson Harness Shop 25 West Bannack Phone 1-W mes I I « I ft p Ú Î \ i A N N O U N C E M E N T Drs. BURTON and P L E T T Announce the change of their office address from The Casebeer Clinic Building To 406 Medical Arts Building at the corner of Park and Main EFFECTIVE AUGUST 2nd Phone 2-1276