The Dillon Daily Tribune-Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1962-1971, November 23, 1962, Image 4

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PAGE FOUR THE DILLON, M ONTANA, DAILY TRIBUNE-EXAMINEE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2 3 ,1 9 6 2 J A C K S O N N E W S - * Mrs. Margaret Nelson VISITS OLD FRIENDS Loux Hcyrup visited with old friends and neighbors before leav­ ing for Livingston where he plans to spend part of the winter \yith his sisters. Lou was herder for Frank Pendleton on the Trail Creek and Joseph Creek reserve and expressed satisfaction that he was able to ride the range again after several years recovering from eye surgery. Among those he visited were Benny Johnson’s, Roy Fords, 40Bar Ranch and Har­ vey Johnsons. Rev. Rex brought a group of young people, students oS-WMCE, to Sunday services. Gertrude Kietz of Libby, Linda Schenea of Deer Lodge and Norman and Mervin Anderson of Wilsall accompanied by Nancy Merkle sang hymns. Mrs. Jack Hirschy and Mrs. Dick Hirschy attended the Cow- Belle meeting in Dillon. Plans were completed for the Western Mon­ tana Stockgrowers annual dinner, program- and dance at the Elks Hall, Dèe. 8. Dick Hirschy and Steven and Heide and Jann and Frederick joined the ladies in the evening for supper at the Roy Stocker home. Sheryl Huntley and Jody Mc- Kevitt of Wisdom enjoyed skating on the lake at the Jack Hirschy home. Sheridan... HOST FOOTBALL TEAM The Sheridan Panthers football team was hosted Nov. 20 by the Sheridan Kiwanls Club. Coach Jim Brown introduced the following boys: John Pack, Jim Wright, Paul Walter, (team manager), David King, Bill Gibson, Raymond Stolp, Kelly Packer, Jim King, Paul Marsh, Jerry Welboro, Reid Wes­ sel, Bill Galiger, Lewis Brown, Ray Shaw, Don Marsh, Alan Paige and Gary White. During the Kiwanis’ business meeting conducted by President Ted Reiger, it was announced that election of officers will be held at the next meeting. . A program on the, U. S. Forest Service will be presented at next week’s program by Forester Jack Dolan. DONNA'S BIRTHDAY Donna H usted celebrated her eighth birthday with a party at her home and games were enjoyed and birthday cake and ice cream were served by the guest of hon­ or’s mother, Mrs. John Husted. Guests included Jimmie Harrison of Dillon, Joe Johnson, Yvonne Jackson, Tommy Clemow, Glennis and Grame McDougal, Ellana Jackson, Ramona and Janet Wal­ ker, Scott Nelson, Francis Strodt- man and Linda and Connie Jar- dine. Mr. and Mrs. Bidgood visited with friends in the valley. They plan to leave for their new home in Utah about Dec, 1. Fr. Lee Fredman left for his home at Haywarden, Iowa after enjoying 10 days big game hunt­ ing with Bob Jackson. He was a guest at the Jackson ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jackson and family attended the baptism of Dwight Harrison at the Catholic church in Dillon. Sunday the Har­ risons took their daughter Mrs. -Sfeeve Johnson to Moses Lake, '^ffesh. where her husband is sta­ tioned. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Bames and two children arrived from Sacra, memto, Calif, and are staying at the Bob Jackson ranch. The Cal­ ifornia folks are interested in lo­ cating in the valley. 4-H MEETING A leader planning meeting of the recently organized 4-H club, of the Big Hole Eager Beavers was held at the Bill Nelson home. Dr. and Mrs. Harrer of Wisdom and Bruce Jardine discussed plans for the coming year. Club members attending were Salle Shepherd, Max Lapham and Fritz Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Matter and Nora Johnson transacted business in Dillon and Butte. Mr. and Mrs. J. Brian Smith transacted business in Butte. Brian left for Malad, Idaho to receive stock he purchased. Tom Nelson and Spark Ze- Barth returned from Scottsdale, Arizona having taken a truck load of saddle horses south. Tom left again, with two saddle horses for Scottsdale where he operates the Ride-n-Rock stables. Mrs. Allen Dansie was called to Dillon to be with her grandchil­ dren Karen, Lyirn and Michael Stubbs. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stubbs at Barrett Hospital Nov. 17. Mrs. Dansie brought the three older children home to spend the week­ end and took them back to Dillon Monday where the girls attend school. PARENTS OF SON Mr. and Mrs. James Kline, Sher­ idan, are parents of a boy bom November 6 at - the Barrett hos­ pital in Dillon. He has been named David Robert and weighed 8 pounds and 4' ounces. He comes as a companion to a sister Kim- jberly. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Williams of Denver, Colo, and tyfr. and Mrs. Jim Kline also of Denver. ridge became the parents of a ba­ by girl, Nov. 11. The little Miss has an older sister. Mrs. Bill Harrison and Tommy, Mrs. Jay Nelson and Mrs. John Husted and Terry were shoppers in Dillon. Mrs. Roy Peterson entertained a foursome at pinochle at her home. Guests were Mrs. Warren Henrie, Mrs. Richard Shepherd and Mrs. Jack Thiel. The hostess served* re­ freshments. Rev. Rex was a dinner guest at the Alfred Peterson home. It'was announced that the an­ nual Kiwanis turkey shoot was highly successful. Mrs, Edna McKenzie, Carol Mc­ Kenzie and Mrs. L. M. Paige at­ tended the Ennis Rainbow Girls Grand Cross of Colors banquet and ceremonies held in Ennis last week. Three Montana State Universi­ ty students home for the Thanks­ giving holidays are Vem Doom- bos, Bob Wright and Paul Sagun- sky. Lt. Lowell M. Paige Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. L. M,, Paige left Man- day for Whiteman AFB at - Knob Noster, Missouri. Lt. Paige has spent the last ten days visiting in the Sheridan1 area with friends and relatives following his basic train­ ing in Texas. He will be working as a supply officer on his arrival in Missouri. The Daily Tribune has some very nice magnifying glasses for reading and for carrying in the pocket for field use. No Bridge Tonight Due to .the fact that yesterday was Thanksgiving, there will be no duplicate bridge. played this evening. The-next regular session will be held Friday, Nov. 30,; at 7:30 p.m., at the Saint James. Guild Hall'. Winners of last meet are as follows: first place— N-S, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tash; E-W, Mrs. Helen Wheat and Mrs. Sallie Malesich; second—N-S, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Morse; E-W, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Zook; third-—N-S, Joe Rainviile and Mrs. Bruce Risley; E-W, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Lasich. Need a sign? The Dally Tribune has about every kind you can think of. See the Tribune’s exclusive line of stationery. Books Wanted For the Annual AAUW BOOK SALE Nov. 30 - Dec. 1 Andrus Hotel Lobby Phone 683-2890 THINK AH E A D ! For A Family Musical Christmas! Baldwin presents new home organ with Panoramic Tone* at new low price! Also ... Baldwin Acrosonic Pianos BOB and KAY W O L F 920 East Center Street * s h o p w h e r e y o u r - f o o d Prices Effective November 23rd and 24th Ground Beef Made freshhourly—Best Value, Best Buy BOUGHT BULLS Marlow Jaurich and Weldon Wavel came from Rapid City, S. D. and bought 10 Galloway bulls from Bob Jackson. Weekend guests at the Russell Peterson1 ranch were Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Owen and children and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Sinclair and children of Dillon. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Peterson and children were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Spark ZeBarth Mr. and Mrs. John Wenger were overnight guests at the Wayne Stocks home while motoring from Dillon to their home at Stevens- ville. Dubuque Pure P o r k S a u s a g e . 3 1 . 0 0 Royal Buffet Thiele \ . r - j ; S l i c e d B a c o n .ll/2 lb. pkg. Elvis W h o l e C r a b .II / 2 lbs. each 8 9 8 9 GIVEN t e s t s Tiie California Achievements tests were given at the grade school to the third, fourth, seventh and ftighth grades and the second, fifth and sixth grades by Mrs. Ben- jamine and Tom Rusinski. Mr, and Mrs. Roy Ford left for Sail Carlos, Calif., where they will spend the winter with their son- in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Lapham took the Fords to Dillon Monday,: They were to leave Butte by airliner Tuesday for San Fran- ciscd, ‘ Mr. arid Mrs. Willie Moe and boys transacted business in Butte ‘ Fred Nelsori and son Bill took a truckload of calves to the Butte Livestock Auction ring. RECEIVE SNOW Again the snow is gone in* the meadows of the valley following an all night rain Monday and ear­ ly Tuesday and water is standing everywhere. Roads and highways will be very, treacherous with a freeze. It is snowing In the higher elevations. s. Frank Lightfoot left for Lubtia'ck; Tebcas to make the, ac- quàintance of a new granddaughi ter. Lt/ and Mrs; Robert T. Love- — , Sananas U. S. No. 1 Golden Ripe

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