The Dillon Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1891-1962, September 04, 1957, Image 4

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4 DILLON EXAMINER — Wednesday, September 4, 1957 T he D illon E xaminer Entered as Second Class Matter, September 20, 1902, at the Post Office at Dillon, Montana, Under the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Issued Wednesday of Every Week All letters pertaining to the Editorial Department or the Business Management : oi. the Examiner should be addressed to The Dillon Examiner, i 124 So, Montana St, Dillon, Montana. N A T I O N A L E D I T O R I A L I as 'T oc IT ati ' on ' / ,TE MEMBER SUBSCRIPTION RATES: .43.00 One Year—In County __ Out oi County _____ ! _________ 340 Six Months—In County _______ 2.00 Out oi County.— ___ _ ________ 240 Outside Continental U. S., yr __ 5.00 ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS STRICTLY IN ADVANCE ’ NO SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR LESS THAN SIX MONTHS No. 10’ — Wed., Sept. 4, 1957 Volume 65 50c a plate. Everyone’s patronage i will be appreciated. Dillon Visitors Among those in Dillon on last Thursday w e r e Mrs. Harold Weeks and daughters, Miss LaRae Foster, Mrs. Ray Weeks Sr., An­ derson Weeks, Mrs. Gilbert Bate­ man and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Can­ trell and daughter Doris. LIMA NEWS SIRS. RAY WEEKS Correspondent LIMA COMMUNITY CHURCH Rev. Paul Denny, Pastor . S unday school, 10 a.m. Morning service/11:15 a. m.' Relief society, Mondays at 2 p.m. Prim ary, Mondays at 4 p.m. Mutual will be held once a month until next fall. NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned adm inistra­ trix of the Estate of. James Rich­ ard Freeman, deceased, to the CERTIFICATE OF DOING BUSINESS AS A PARTNERSHIP THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the undersigned are doing business in the name and style of LAZY E 4 CATTLE COMPANY and that the principal place of business is Beaverhead County, the post office address of which is Grant, Montana, and the full names and credtors of, and all persons hav z ing claims against said decedent,. a(j( 3 resses 0f the partners are: *\ \ JOHN SKONING BRENNER, of to exhibit them, with the neces­ sary vouchers, w i t h i n f o u r months after the first publication of this notice, to said adm inistra­ trix, at the law offices of Collins & Burns, Poindexter Block, Dil­ lon, Montana; the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate in Beaver- ] head County, Montana. O. Edna Freeman Adm inistratrix of the Es-‘ tate of James Richard Free­ man, deceased. First Pul). Sept. 4, 1957. 10-4t ST. ROSE CHURCH Father M artin Florian First Sunday of each month. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY SAINTS LeMont Robertson, President Sunday school, 10 a.m. Sacra­ ment immediately following. S p r i n g h i l l Circle No. 907, Neighbors of Woodcraft, will meet Thursday, Sept. 5, at 8 prm. at the Masonic hall. All members are urged to attend on time. The Annual VFW Post Barbe­ cue will he held Sept. 8 at East Creek picnic grounds. OES Sewing Club will meet-on Sept. 12 at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Mabel Detton with Ernes­ tine Harper as co-hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mitchell spent Labor Day in Dillon. Joe Gresham left Thursday of last week for Fort Supply, Okla., where he is employed. -He has been visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Chris­ tensen. Mrs. Dora Bray and Mrs. Dora Jean Roberry and children from Idaho Falls visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Christensen Saturday. They were enroute to Hartford for a week. Dillon. i Virginia Kay Robbins of Salt j Ms. Andy Hale of Idaho Falls I L ake City accompanied Valene: visited Sunday at the home of| Charlesworth to Lima Monday., Mr. and Mrs. Ray Weeks. , _ _ Bob Brown returned home to | h e r aunt, Mr. and Mrs. R. C ., ecuted the same. Lima from Pocatello where he ¡Poole. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I visited at the home of his sister, j Mr. and Mrs. Sol Bittick spent, hereunto set my hand and seal Mr. and Mrs. James Black and ¡last Thursday in Idaho Falls. ¡this 1st day of July, 1957. is/ Peter Meloy Notary Public for the State of Montana Re­ siding at Helena, Mon­ tana. My Commission expires 3/1/59. 9-4t G r a n t , Montana; F R A N C E S F O R D BRENNER, o f Grant, Montana; and E L I Z A B E T H FORD BRENNER, of Grant, Mon­ tana. Dated this 1st day of July, 1957. . is/ John Skoning Brenner is/ Frances Ford Brenner is/ Elizabeth Ford Brenner STATE OF MONTANA County of Lewis and Clark ss. j On this 1st day of July, 1957, ¡.before me, a Notary Public for I the State of Montana, personally where she visited at the home ofi appeared J O H N S K O N I N G her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Russell! B R E N N E R, FRANCES FORD BRENNER, a n d ELIZABETH FORD BRENNER, known to me to be the persons who executed ____ ______ ¡th e within certificate, and ac- i to spend the day at the home o f ; knowledged to me that they ex- x Community Church Ladies Aid will sponsor a bazaar Sept. 18, starting at 11:30 a.m. at the VFW hall. Lunch will be served for daughter for three days. ] Ray Weeks Jr., of Tetonia, ‘ Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Foster and i Idaho, spent Saturday and Sun- ; daughter and her friend left for | day at West Yellowstone. Labor their home at Great Falls Satur-i Day he spent with his parents. \ day after visiting his parents, Mr. ! Mr. and Mrs. Don Detton spent i and Mrs. Flip Foster and o th e r : Wednesday through Friday at j relatives and friends for a week. Virginia City. Mrs. Bob Detton ] Mr. and Mrs. Red Burris and sons of Dillon visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weeks Sunday evening. • Mrs. Flip Foster was taken to j home Friday, the Barrett hospital of Dillon la s t; Mr. and Mrs. and Fridav at, NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN spent Thursday Virginia City. j . . Harold Weeks spent last Thurs-;by the undersigned executors of day in Idaho Falls. He returned the Last Will and Testament of ! H enry Fitter, also known as Lam ar Trum an Henrv C. Fitter, deceased, to the Friday where she will be a pa-[and family spent last Thursday;creditors of, and all persons hav- tient for a few days. in Idaho Falls. ¡ing claims against said'decedent, Bob and Betty Bram lette o f ; Wayne Montgomery- left for i to exhibit them, with the neces- Fort Benton are visiting at the j Chicago Sunday to bring back his) sary vouchers, w i t h i n f o u r home of their father, Mr. an d ; furniture. i m onths after the first publication Mrs. Don Bramlette. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Crompton and daughter Jan of Red Bluff, Calif., visited at the home of her sisters. Mrs. M artha Foster and Miss Dorothy Colson last Friday and Saturday. Bobbie Bateman of Dillon spent the Labor Day holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bateman. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kalsher and children of Butte spent the week end in Lima visiting relatives and friends. Joe Foster, who has been em­ ployed at Lemhi at his uncle’s farm all summer, returned home last Saturday. On Sunday he left for White Sulphur Springs to at­ tend the rodeo. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jolly and sons of Portland, Ore., spent the week end visiting her sisters, Mr. and Mrs. H arry Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Colson of Lemhi, Idaho, visited Tuesday and Wednesday of last week at the home of his sisters, -Mrs. M ar­ tha Foster and Miss Dorothy Col­ son. Mrs. Charles Pilgrim of Cali­ fornia, who has been visiting in Dillon and at Sheep Creek Basin, .spent Sunday at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Franks. Mr. and Mrs. George Burt ! drove to Great Falls Tuesday of last week and returned home last Thursday accompanied by her | mother, Mrs. John Jurcak. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Burt, Mary Brothers and John Burt visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Burt Sunday enroute to Townsend. Anderson Weeks of Boring, Ore., visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Weeks from Wed­ nesday morning through Sunday morning. Anderson and Ray Weeks are first cousins and they had never met. The group spent Friday at Lewis and Clark Cav­ erns, and also Virginia City. En­ route home Mr. Weeks visited at Nyssa, Ore., at the home of his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Maul- ding. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Stafford of Pocatello spent.last week at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harshner. Miss Margie Harshner returned home Sunday from Lewistown, Mr. and Mrs. George Franksj of this notice, to said executors, spent Labor Day in Dillon attend -1 at the law offices of Collins & ing the. Rodeo. GREGGS TO OBSERVE 40TH ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Gregg will observe their 40th wedding anni­ versary next Sunday with an open house at their home at 716 East Bannack street, to which all their friends are invited. The Greggs were m arried in Black- foot, Idaho, on Sept. 5, 1917. Among relatives who will at- ( tend are a son and daughter-in- j law, Dr. and Mrs. R. L. Gregg of! Iowa City, Iowa; a son-in-law 1 and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. G o r-! don Brohaugh of Great Falls, and their families; and Mr. Gregg’s sister, Mrs. Bessie Brinkman, of Iowa. Burns, Poindexter Block, Dillon, Montana; the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate in Beaver­ head County, Montana. Ray M artinell W alter Stamm Executors of the Last Will and Testament of Henry F i t t e r , a l s o known as Henry C. Fitter, Deceasgd. First Pub. August 28, 1957. 9-4t I -------------- '— :----------------------------------:--------------------- W a n t s For Sale — Female dog, Dalma­ tian (coach dog) breed, 3 years old. Inquire Box 75, Twin Brid­ ges. 10-3t MALE HELP WANTED Can you sell monuments when told the names of your prospects Six Sisters Enjoy Reunion Labor Day holidays turned out ___ __________ „ __ z ____ l ____ _ to be a reunion of six sisters h e r e ! w hen they are ready to buy? If in Dillon. Mrs. Maude B e n n ett,' you have six hours to call on Dillon; Mrs. Parke Scott, A rm -¡these prospecte and want to earn stead; Mrs. Alfred Hunt, W ater-! §100 or more each week, write loo; Mrs. Vivian Thomas, Cody,] for full details today. Winona Wyo.; Elsie Crouch, Dillon, and ¡ Monument Company, 123 Wimo- Mrs. James Prelat, Missoula; and ] noco Bldg., Winona, Minn. 10-lt their families all congregated at | --------- - ------------------------------ - —— the home of Maude Bennett o n ! T he Best in Commercial Printing North Pacific street. I at the Dillon Examiner S t a t e B a n k & T r u s t C o m p a n y OF DILLON, MONTANA Complete Banking Facilities 3% Interest-Paid on Savings Accounts and Certificates Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation M know O N T A N A History of Names — from The Daily Missoulian. Bitter Root Valley Historical Society records show the follow­ ing origin of names: Stevensville: Named in honor of Governor Isaac Stevens.’ Hamilton: Was named by Marcus Daly for the man, James Hamilton, who platted the townsite for Mr. Daly. Victor: For Chief Victor, the Indian leader. ^ Corvallis: Meaning heart of the valley. It was once called Sunflower City. Florence: Was named for the wife of A. B. Hammond, Mis- ' soula pioneer. Darby: First called Harrison, it was named for its first post­ master, J. W. Darby. Conner: I t drew its nam e as post office and county store from Aaron Conner, 1882 settler who was the first representative after Ravalli county was formed. Medicine Springs: It takes its name from the Selish Indian’s historic landm ark on the East Fork Trail, Medicine Tree, after it had been established the hot w aters had medicinal qualities. THE ANACONDA COMPANY ‘“Work for a Greater and More Prosperous Montana.” This is a project that should include all Montanans:

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