The Dillon Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1891-1962, August 14, 1957, Image 7

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JACKSON NEWS Correspondent MBS, ROY J?QRP Sunday they made a tour of the, Mrs. Fred Nelson took their! Big Hole, watched the hay being]guests, the Murrey Bolens, to' 1 stacked on one of the big ranches,' Kock Island Lake Friday. Wednesday, August 14, 1957 — DILLON EXAMINER 7 Campers at Lakes \ Mr. and Mrs. Art Korn and Mr/ and Mrs. West, who have been camping at Van Houtin Lake the past week, left Sunday for their home in Butte. Mr. arid Mrs. Ray Liddlecoat came from Butte Saturday to en­ joy camp life at Twin Lakes. Go for County Trucks Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stocks, I ago. Judy, Linda and Ellen Rae drove visited the Battle Ground and re­ turned to Dillon that night. Mrs. Frieda Wenger was also a guest of the Laphams. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ford and Toni Jane were Friday dinner guests at the Harvey Johnson ranch. Nora Johnson left Sunday! to return to Eureka, Calif., where she is employed as a nurse at the j general hospital. | Luchion Gardner, 77, a resident Frieda Wenger and Minnie; of Beaverhead county since 1916, Luchion Gardner Claimed by Death he married and came west as a young man. He married Susan Morton on Feb. 1, 1905 at Clinton, Mo. The couple moved to Color­ ado in 1908 and came to Beaver­ head county in 1916. Mr. Gardner had worked long periods on sev­ eral ranches in the county, in­ cluding Cornells and the old P Accident Victim Well Known We were sorry to learn of the death of George Stelzner, who,_ „ - ... . . was accidentally killed on the Pendergast drove from.Dillon last; died Friday after a long illness. _ . Potts ranch last week. George Tuesday and enjoyed the day v is-! His home was at 625 Kentucky!“ O. Mr. and Mrs. Gardner cele- was well known around Jackson, iting old friends. They had din-] Avenue. ' brated their Jjth wedding anni- He had worked on different;ner at the, 40-Bar, then went| Mr. Gardner was a long-time versauy on Feb. 1, 1955 in Dillon, ranches around here, some years! gooseberrying. I employee on several randies in Mr ° a™npr was a Bantist and a Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lapham! the county since he came to work were in a few days last week ‘ here. Mr. Gardner was a Baptist and a member of the Dillon church. Besides his wife, Susan, he is to Butte Monday. Mr. and Mrs. ¡At Summer Cabin | doing some repair work on their j The funeral was held Tuesday survived by two_sisters, Mrs. Cora Stocks caught the train for Mil- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lapham1 Sfbin. They returned to Dillon afternoon at 2 o’clock with ser- ,UIL?\^ Dc»111116 Chaunslor waukee, Wise. They will bring] and Frieda Wenger came from: Tuesday . ¡vices at the Brundage Chapel a .- H*t°n, :s’ some new county trucks hack. J JDillon Thursday to spend a few \ Mrs. Kendrick Smith, Lorinda, conducted by Rev. George Stepan Null and Cleda^Green, five Raymond Johnson also went and days at the cabin. Mr. and Mrs. ¡Valerie and Blake were week end of the First Baptist church. Bur- Srea^ nieces and nephews, a-sis- he and Wayne plan on each driv-; Roy Ford and Toni were their ] S^ests at the home of Mir. and ial was made in Mountain View ,rs' j re ^ .Eena-r^r’ mg a truck and trailing the other ' supper guests Thursday eveninr. Mrs. Fred Hirschy. ¡cemetery. , °t Clinton, and a brotner-in- one. Rose will be a passenger. Frieda Wenger just recently re-!_ Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Blaz Dorn™-,-.....- and _sister-m-law,_ Mr. and Henry Wenger came to Butte and ■ - ■ - picked up Ellen Rae, Linda and Judy. They will visit with the Wengers in Helena during their parents’ absence. Teenagers Hold Dance The Teen-age dance, held at the Diamond Bar Inn Saturday night was a big success. Tom and Pat Devlin, Cassie, Janet and Mary Ann Dooling supplied the music and entertainment. There was singing, which was greatly- enjoyed by the crowd. Move to Harlowton Mr. and Mrs. Steve Valtz and family have moved to Harlow­ ton. They left last week. So we will have two less children in school this fall. Sandy would have been in the first grade. Good Haying Weather And still no rain in sight this Monday morning, Aug. 12. The ranchers sure had a break this year. Many have finished with just slight rains to contend with. Frieda Wenger just recently re- ! ui mr. ana mrs. rsiaz Pallbearers were Chester Buck.: o o u 7 i x P ' u-iT turned from a 3-months trip to!j-iUgar were Mr. and Mrs. Art jngham Orrion Pilon Roscoe P i-' x P k ’ ^ or^on -°* Kimball, Mauden and Nancv of Butte, last ,nosS?.e Z 1\ Nebraska. California, the middle west and New York. One of the highlights of the trip was riding a New York subway. RECEIVES WORD THAT HOME IS BURNED Mrs. Zina Burton received word from her daughter, Mrs. Emil Peiper, that their house was com­ pletely destroyed by fire last Monday at .their farm near Poi­ son. weaeUk eV - s d E r m a ^ F l ™ ’ Ind ^ \ ¿ a h ‘ A l l e n , S « SfctSV girls and Mrs. Maxine Conklin“of j 24 ! fhai lfT 'r^eSt^i at i 1880, at Oakland Station, Warren spent the week at their summer i thMrLU|nd M ^ C h R ?n reThT«rdfap 'icounty- ° h io- T h ree years later cabin at Elkhorn Hot Springs. _ Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Jardine, < i — u,, j - ----- - Mr. and Mrs/ T. Lee McCracken the family moved to Henry' B. A. Risley- made a business drc us innDillonniaset ¿ e l k ’ * * ^ i county, Mo\. where he lived until trip to Jackson Thursday. Mrs. Carl Matter entered the ! ‘ Barrett hospital last Monday for ,< medical treatment. Carl brought I < her home Sunday. j < Mr. and Mrs. Murrey Bolin !, They were able to save some of! ^ va! the furniture downstairs, but all i e j o y \ i stoirinweredbu?nldh°ThefifirtSwaJ Mr- and Mrs. Bill Nelson saw' n h o J r i 1 ^/isArt\hv ‘'The Ten Commandments” in : defective f irin g b calsed by | Butte Saturday night. They say ! ] this 4-hour show is really worth At Van Houtin Lake Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Vawter and Bob of Butte came in Saturday and pitched their camp at Van Houtin Lake. The Fords joined them Sunday and spent the day picnicking and fishing. Mr. Vaw- . seeing. Attend Funeral in Dillon i Mr. and Mrs. Bill Harrison Mr.-and Mrs. Bruce Jardine and were Dillon shoppers Friday and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell; Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Jardine attended the funeral of; Harrison spent Saturday at the Mrs. Anna Petersen in Dillon Sat- ' Blaz Lugar Ranch. urday. Mrs. Petersen passed away: --------------------- ----- '---------------; ------ - in Pasadena, Calif. She had been i a long-time resident of Dillon. | Mrs. Bruce Jardine was a grand­ daughter. The funeral services were conducted from the Brun­ dage Funeral Home. Wendell Jardine was one of the pallbear­ ers. SPECIAL SHEEP SALES Bozeman Livestock Auction Co. AUGUST-17 — AUGUST 31 — SEPTEMBER 14 — 11:00 A.M. Obtain the Top Dollar For All Your Livestock Where the Best East and West Buyers Meet Regular Sales EVERY FRIDAY BOB ELLERD, MGR. Phone JU 7-7153 Surprise Visit , __ - „ __ ~ j,, i , Mr. and Mrs. John Sherman i ¡ i ? r S f t f B ock shoe, and children drove from Billings] score m outre. _____ j Saturday to pay a surprise visit ] . n :n „L ; to the Alfred Petersons. Mrs.' Mrs. Stewart, who had been | Shermanjs a cousiri whom Alfred Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Peterson who had been cooking at the Tom Clemow ^ Chf daughter visited at the Alfred day for medical attention. Mrs. | p eterson ranch Saturday from Max Haffner and Ruth Clemow1 took over the job of cooking for I the hay crew. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Silver were guests of the Roy Jacksons Sun­ day. Their daughter, Pamela, re­ turned home with them to Butte. i Butte. To Visit South America Janet Dooling took Mary Ann and Cassie to Butte Sunday where they caught a plane to New York. They will join their mother there for a trip to South America. Mrs. Jack Shepherd, Lee and Sally made a trip to Dillon Fri-; day after machinery repairs. Mrs. Norman Stubbs and Lynne ] came from Dillon Thursday for a few days visit at the Dansie i ranch. Norman came in Sunday] and they all returned home. Earl Dooling of Compton, Calif, and son Delwin came Tuesday for a visit with his brother, John: for your complete pleasure The a-b-c of Great Falls Select beer is the tact that it is always brewed carefully This means the choice of top quality ingredients exactness in every step ot the brew­ ing process and consistently careful distribution of this quality oroduct to the dealers from whom you buy it. Dooling. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Atkins spent\ the week end at the Diamond ] Bar Inn. Doug celebrated his1 fifth birthday/ They returned to; Visitors from Dillon Dr. and Mrs. Wesley Carson and children from Dillon drove to i S a r / S S ? and*1 Mrs,^Harry \ * £ ' p - * . — Lapham at their summer home. Saturday they all enjoyed fish­ ing and picnicking at the Lakes. VISITORS ALWAYS WELCOME ot out modern brewery Guideo plant tours ot 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. 2:30 p.m Monday through Friday. Ed Davis Phone 504 di L lon to j Jackson Hole to get her sister, Cassie, who has been employed! there. Agnes Howe, who has spent the past two weeks baby sitting at the John Wing home, left Friday to return to her home in Butte. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Olsen and Evelyn and Mrs. George Krause were dinner guests Sun-] E3 : day at the John Krause home. S Bob Vawter and Jack Rosen g ! berg visited friends in Jackson | ES ' Sunday and did some fishing on § i their return to Butte, gj j Percy Renz of Los Angeles ar­ ts rived Wednesday to visit at the S Jay Nelson home. He left for Fort § Harrison Thursday. Mrs. Jay Nel- H son is a niece of Mr. Renb. S ' Fred Nelson made a business - trip to Dillon Thursday. Mr. and There’ll Be Music at the Wagon Wheel JACKSON, MONTANA ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Steel and Standard Guitars and Songs at Your Request The Wagon Wheel Mercy and Carl

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