The Dillon Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1891-1962, September 04, 1957, Image 7

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dburcb Services RI FM n e w s “ Community Project Wednesday, September 4, 1957 DILLON EXAMINER 7 The Joh nRieber family shopped.the grand champion at the Fair. Shower at Joy Ranch in Butte Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bradley Maggie and Janey Bryan and; and children and Mr .and Mrs. Molly KambichT were hostesses at i Mack Poole were in Dillon Mon- the Lee Joy ranch at a miscellan - 1 day. eous bridal shower for Mrs. i John Verbance attended the Myrna Jean Smith _ on Friday,' Rodeo Monday. ^.ugust 23. The occasion was also] jjr. and Mrs. Don Verbance are Mrs. Smith s birtdhay so it was • nle parents of a daughter, Ann also a surprise birthday party. [Marie, born August 21. The young ....... .. Those attending were Mesdames lady comes as a companion to a ^ 4?°°^ Mrs Thelma Shirley McLaren, Nina Freestone,;brother Billy. ? P e n ,e d “ i t Elsie Laden, Lura Penwell, Nick,' Marvin Bourn was a guest o f1 schonf and^Mrs Ura Salvo, Mabel Piccone, Pearl Me-.the Rieber family Saturday. is returnine to’ the Cullough, LeReta Mariorski, Rob-, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Childs: Rp^Mp schnnl Dan Freestorm is bye Rosdahl, Martha Childs, Ber- and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin ^ b uhs d r iv e r for thl Aeichie nice Joy, Katherine Bryan and Denning, and LaRee Jorgenson s c L o l a s C W “ P u n c h ” F r a m l Miss Sharon Joy. were in Twin Bridges and Vir-; u ^ 0 °A,vaL cYnnff haYeS?! Following games and the open- : gima City one day last week, | ceived thowugh c°eaninl and' Mary Garrison was judged best in the senior beef showmanship, while the Sagebrush 4-H club was ■ judged best ill the group display in range management. A- Four of our young people are entering high school this year. They are Judy Reichle, Barbara Reichle and Jill and Judy Stan- ford. . Both, schools in our community. ing of the gifts refreshments were served by the hostesses. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Wm. J. Holland, Minister GLEN ITEMS Mary Kay McDevitt of Butte spent the week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Stefonic. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hand and son Kevin were Labor Day visit­ ors at the Martin Stefonic home from their home in Argenta. Mr. and Mrs. Hand and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Stefonic went swim­ ming at the Biltmore Hot Springs Sunday. Frank and Tom Kambich and Larry Stefonic attended the'Ro­ deo in Dillon Sunday. Mrs. Virginia Zubia and daugh­ ter Cindy returned to their home in Levittown, Penn., after visit­ ing at the home of her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ste­ fonic since July. Friends in Glen have been ad­ vised of the birth of a daughter on August 21 to Mr. and Mrs. j Jack Sturm. The Sturms are1 for- : mer Glen residents and are now | living in Wise River. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Booth and Mr and Mrs. William Spehar j ng jobs during the sum m er: ,anc* children Jay and Toma were geventeen children enrolled in the Reichle. school Tuesday. Mrs. Roberta Rosdahl and Lee Joy are patients at the Barret hospital. , GRACE METHODIST CHURCH | Sunday, Sept. 8, 1957. ___ ___ _ _ _ _ _ I 9:45 a.m., church school. 11.00 ! children of Butte were Labor Day visitors ^ Glen Frank Richards hauled the 4-H] members’ horses into the County] Fair while Robert Polish took in q-45 am Sundav school Class a'm '- morning worship. The Cir- a.m., ounaay scnooi. v ia s s nlo= nf Ws r \<5 will meet WoH. organization for the fall study of the Life of Christ. 11:00 a.m., morning worship. Sermon: “The Apostles’ Creed.” Nursery for pre-school children. 3:00, curricu­ lum servicing c o n f e r e n c e in Butte. Thursday, 3:45, youth choir rehearsal; 7:00, junior high school and senior high school Westmin­ ster Fellowship. 2:00, Women’s Association meeting, the Mary Circle is hostess. CHURCH OF LATTER DAY _ SAINTS Sunday, Sunday school, 10:00 am.; Jackson Sunday school, 11:00 a.m.; Sacrament meeting, 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, Relief Society, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Primary, 4:00 p.m.; Mutual, 7:30 p.m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Roger V. Dane, Pastor Sunday school, 10:00 am. Morn­ ing worship, 11:00 am. Evangelis­ tic service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, workers training course, 7:30. ST. ROSE CATHOLIC CHURCH Fr. Bernard J. Sullivan, Pastor Dillon: every Sunday, 8 a.m. and 10 a.m. Lima: first Sunday, 4 p.m. Grant: second Sunday, 4 p.m. Melrose: third Sunday, 4 pm. Jackson: fourth Sunday, 4 p.m. last Sunday guests at the Molly Kambich home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Clinch and family have returned to their home in Helena. Mr. Clinch, has been attending school and Mrs. Clinch and 'children have been spending the summer at the ranch home of her mother, Mrs. Molly Kambich. Nearly everyone in the- com­ munity attended the Fair and Ro­ deo in Dillon. A number of per­ sons having parts in the various enterprises and several of the young people brought home , pri­ zes. Maggie Bryan spent several days in Dillon last week helping at the County Fair. She had charge of the poultry building. Mary Garrison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Garrison was the 1957 Rodeo Queen. Robert Polish was judged first for the best in­ dividual display in range manage­ ment and his fat steer was named Government inspectors under veterinary supervision, s e i z e d more than 38 tons of prohibited and restricted meats from aircraft and ships during 1956 to prevent introduction of foreign diseases to the United States. AUCTIONEER J . T . V u k i c k Complete Auction Service Box 537—-Phone AT 7-35.57 WHITEHALL, MONT. ic>eiqe*»aeioe»c»e»cieieiae»cKiaoae»cieiogcie^^ cles of the WSCS will meet Wed­ nesday evening at the parsonage for a joint meeting, at 8:00. Prayer meeting Wednesday eve- [ tlleir calves. Vern Stanford and nmg, 7:00. MYF will meet Thurs-1 Robert Polish brought out the day evening at 7:00. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE How spiritual perception of the true nature of man brings growth and progress will be set forth at Christian Science services Sun­ day. Scriptural readings in the lesson sermon on “Man” will in­ clude the following from Acts (17:24, 25): “God that made the world and all things therein, see­ ing that he is Lord of heaven and earth, dwelleth not in temples made,with hands; neither is wor­ shipped with men’s hands, as though he needed any thing, see­ ing he giveth to all life, and breath, and all things.” From “Scieince and Health with Key to the Scriptures.” by Mary Baker Eddy, will be read the following (203:13): “Spiritual perception brings out the possibilities of be­ ing destroys reliance on aught but God, and so makes man the im­ age of his maker in deed and in truth.” The public is cordially in­ vited to attend the Sunday ser­ vices at 11 a.m., 2 South Washing­ ton Street. horses and breeding heifers and steers which are to go to the Butte show. Judy Stanford attended the state 4-H congress in Bozeman] last week. j Mr. and Mrs. Bill Garrison, Mary and Billie, and Robert Pol­ ish stayed in Dillon during the! Fair while Mr. and Mrs. Garrison! attended to their duties ht the I Fair. I Mr. and Mrs. Doug Dower and j Danny came down from Butte to attend the Rodeo. | Jimmy Grose was a Sunday! guest at the Vern Burk home. i For Hides Furs Pelts Batteries Scrap At SEEING’S BELIEVING* Dillon Hide & Fur Co. LEDBETTER AND SINCLAIR N. Montana St. Box 248 Phone 109-W Kiln-dried and Surfaced L U M B E R Buy Direct from Sawmill and SAVE! I”x4\ for panels and fencing Per thousand ............... $35 1-INCH for sheathing and repairs Priced from, per thousand . ................ $39 2” DIMENSION lumber, as low, per thousand....$39 DIMENSION ENDS, for cribbing Per thousand.................$15 Lumber suitable for siding, Per thousand ............... $69 Located 2 miles East of Livingston D o w n e r L u m b e r Co., Inc« OPEN FOR SATURDAY SALES Box 022 Livingston, Montana FIRST EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH Harold K. Emerson, Pastor Thursday, Sept. 5, 7:00 p.m., beginning choir rehearsal at the Stenson home. Friday, Sept. 6, 6:00 p.m., couple’s club barbecue at Stensons. Bring a steak and dishes. Sunday, Sept. 8, 9:30 a.m., Sunday school Rally Day; 11:00 a.m., worship “service with Holy; Communion; 7:00 p.m., Vesper service and high lights of the Lutheran World Federation As­ sembly held in Minneapolis, pre­ sented by Pastor Emerson. SORENSON ASSIGNED TO AA ARTILLERY AT FORT BLISS, TEX. Lester O. Sorenson, Army Ser­ geant First Class, was recently assigned to the antiaircraft artil­ lery and guided missile center at Fort Bliss, Texas, according to word received here. He is the son of Mrs. Lena Sorenson of Dillon, and entered the army in 1949. The sergeant is a graduate of Beaver­ head county high school. His wife, Faun, lives in El Paso, Texas. HOLY HOUR AND FIRST FRIDAY DEVOTIONS There will be a Holy Hour Thursday evening beginning ah 7:30 at St. Rose church, it was! announced by Father Bernard' Sullivan, pastor. Confessions will also be heard during the Holy Hour in preparation for the first! Friday of the month, in honor of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The pariah Mass on the first Friday ¡will be at 8:00 am. In Dillon ■ 9 Barrett Hospital Is a Member Hospital In MONTANA BLUE CROSS Blue Cross Plan members in the Dillon area receive full benefits of their Blue Cross memberships in this hospital. The hospital through its contract with Montana Blue Cross, in turn participates with more than 6,000 hospitals across America in the nation-wide Blue Cross program. .This program includes the Blue Cross Inter- Plan Bank, through which Blue Cross Plan members receive the 'full benefits of the Blue Cross Plan in whose area they may be hospitalized away from home, and the Blue Cross Inter-Plan Transfer Program, through which Plan Members may transfer their Blue Cross memberships if they move to another Plan area. MONTANA BLUE CROSS PLAN /■ ■ Hospital Service Assn, of Montana P. O. Box 1852 Great Falls, Montana

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