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Montana Historical Library. HIS ; or; ■ a L s Q } ' i' J ; : ¡’ 0 0 ' A HuLEIMA Costs Taxpayers Less to Support Boy Scout Than Have One Non-Scout Sent To Prison-How You Can Help Program Hospital Notes VOLUME NUMBER 1 DILLON, MONTANA WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1962 NO. 4 Youthful Bulldogs Surprise Molmstrom AFB Five, 80-67 Western Montana’s youthfulfza but the youthful’ Bulldogs main- Bulldogs, displaying little sem­ blance to the team which lost a one-sided season opener to Carroll here last week, grounded the high­ flying Malmstrom AEB Minute- men, 80-67, here last night in a crowd-pleaser at the WMCE gym. Coach Bill Straugh’s Western club, with Tour-sophomores and a freshman in the starting lineup, trailed only during the opening minutes. They knotted the count, 12-12, at the eight minute mark and never trailed thereafter. The Airmen evened the game at 33-33 late in the first half but the home club came up with a sizzling shooting display to take a 45-35 edge at intermission. Malmstrom cut the gap to 63- 55 midway through the final stan- Snow Has .63 of Moisture, Take It Easy Driving That heavy snow in our valley was general and the WMCE Weather Bureau reports it had .63 of an inch of moisture content It looked like it might clear up at 10 a.m. Tuesday but Old Man Win­ ter changed his mind and it snowed all day. Roads are in bad shape and motorists are warned to take it easy. The prediction for today is possibly more snow with some cooler. The temperature has been on the warm side with thaw­ ing but it freezes toward evening. Were You With Famed 83rd Infantry Division? The famed Thunderbolt Division, 83rd Infantry, is again conduct­ ing an extensive search for some 30,000 former members who served with this unit in1 World War H. Cause for the search is the up­ coming 17th annual reunion to be held at the Hotel Claypool, Indi­ anapolis, Ind., Aug. 15-16-17. Victor E. Landis, national1 publi­ city director of the 83rd Infantry Division Association, said the 30,- 000 figure represents the number of farmer members who have not 1 been contacted since the end of the war. They are urgenetly requested to contact the national secretary, Harry Lockwood, 43 Oakland Ave., Jersey City 6, N. J. tained their poise—and lead—on basket accuracy and strong defen­ sive play. A brief flurry of fists enlivened the final phase of the game as Malmstrom went into a full court press. No casualties were reported. Dick Silberman garnered game honors with a 19-point output for the winners. Big Chuck Johns, who battled beautifully on the boards, added 13 as did freshman sensation Jack Silliker. Guard Bob Sullivan hit 12 and Larry Schmautz and Dave McGahan 10 each. Larry Reed, the Minutemen’s fa­ bulous forward, got 18 and drew repeated ovations with his court wizardy. Little Art Payne, a 5’7” backcourt phantom, came in with 16 to match big Harold Albritton, one of the game’s Steadier per­ formers. The setback was only the second in seven outings for the talent­ laden flyers. Jayvees Also Win The freshmen- dominated West­ ern Jayvees made it a two-way sweep with a 72-64 thriller over the Malmstrom second squad. Jerry Asay and Cliff Neighbors potted 14 points each for the Bull- pups in the game which was nip and tuck u n til the final two min­ utes. Gary Moore netted 20 and Gene Richard 17 for the AEB. Western travels to iSalt Lake City this weekend for a two-game match with Westminster on Fri­ day and Saturday in a renewal of their annual four-game set which has the Parsons appearing here January 4 and 5. Beaverhead Tourism Shows Increase Over 1961 A marked increase in tourist travel throughout the Beaver­ head area was disclosed this week by Avery Conine, secre­ tary manager of the Beaverhead Chamber of Commerce. According to registration rec­ ords at the local museum, an even 6800 visitors had inspected the museum's highly interesting collection of historical data from January 1 through October 31. This compares, Conine said, with a total of 6526 visitors for the entire year of 1961 and in­ dicates the growing importance of tourism to the Beaverhead economy. Barrett Hospital Admitted’: Charles Daniels, Dil­ lon; Easton Claridge, Twin Bridges Dismissed: Mrs. Virginia Khae- bel and son, Dillon. Butte St. James Community Admitted: Joe A. Masola, Mich­ ael E. Templeton, Dillon. SHOPPING * DAYS LEFT CHRISTMAS SEALS Tight TB and other RESPIRATORY DISEASES Two Dogs Killed By Motorists, Warns Beware of Children Police Chief Leo Williams reports that two deaths occurred Tuesday in Dillon as a result of the slick streets. They were dogs, apparent­ ly family pets, but the Chief says no reports of the accidents were made. He advises motorists to be extremely careful, particularly when children are going to and from school. VFW Junior Rifle Club Members Receive Awards Morgan Hall, director of the VFW Junior Rifle Club, has an­ nounced the awarding of the fol­ lowing medals, brassards and sharpshooter bars: Jay Spehar, pro - marksman'; Adrian Fowler, marksman; Tim Brundage, pro-marksman1; Randy Scott, sharpshooter bar 3; Ray Hall, sharpshooter bar 4; and Dou­ glas Marsh, sharpshooter bar 5. All trophies are furnished1 by VFW Post 4163. • Last week’s scores follow: PRONE — Jay Spehar 140, Tim. Brundage 107, Eddy Mooney 125, Kerry Koenig 104, Mark Luchetti 44, Roberta Warrick 118, Tona Spehar 126, Marshall Burwell 128. SETTING—Randy Scott 156, Jim Hagenbarth 145, Dave Hagenbarth 163, George Rule l61, Frank Hall 127, Walter Warrick 153. KNEELING—Douglas Marsh 317 and Ray Hall 165. Dillon Cable TV Adding New Channel Monday Television viewers subscribing to the Dillon Cable TV network will soon have them fifth channel avail­ able, according to Ken Penwell, manager of the local TV firm. KUED Channel 7, originating out of Salt Lake City, is being added to the present stations and hook up is expected to be completed here by Monday, Penwell said. An educational channel affili- ated with National Educational Television, the new addition will offer college-accredited courses in a wide variety o f subjects and may be viewed over Channel 3 on lo­ cal receivers. Program listings for the new channel will be found in the Ca­ ble TV Schedule, a regular Fri­ day feature of the Tribune-Exam­ iner. The Weafher Tuesday: High 45, Low 31. Today: Low 10. Moisture: .63. Prediction: Variable cloudiness and colder. Year ago Nov. 28,1961: High 46, Low 25, Moisture: None. Mr. and1 Mrs. Harry French and sons Don and Dave of Plains, Mont., were Thanksgiving guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George French and Mrs. Ellen La­ den and other relatives. They re­ mained over the weekend. Farm Bureau Enjoys Meeting in New Schoolhouse By DUKE DAVIS In jotting down notes for the minutes of our last meeting which was held the night of November 23, someone suggested I send a report to the Tribune-Examiner. This was our first meeting in the new school house at Grant. The occasion, therefore, was of special interest to most everyone in the community and there was a good attendance. The meeting was conducted by the president, Evan Huntsman, and started with the reading of the minutes of the previous meeting. But adjournment came very soon and the entertainment committee, headed by Elmer Selway and wife June, took over. From then on it was strictly fun and laughter for both old and young. The principal amusement was bingo and there seemed to be no end to the tempting prizes that had been provided for the lucky players. I noticed, however, that some who did not win were reci­ pients of prizes from those who were extra lucky, and we add, most generous. There was also a ‘‘fish pond” in operation which drew a share of attention. As to the new building: With my casual observations and lim­ ited knowledge, I can only ven­ ture the assertion that in archi­ tectural design and materials used, it is modem in every particular and follows a pattern that is much in vogue for school construction in other parts of the country. The spacious and inviting Com­ munity Room where our festivities took place seems quite adequate for any occasion that may arise. Incidentally, the proceeds from bingo, etc., added up to $101.85, which will be used for the pur­ chase of dishes and utensils for the Community Room. The hour was getting late and the young­ sters were showing signs of sleep­ iness, but we had another pleasan­ try—a • delicious lunch. Then we called it quits for the night. Back a boy. He costs $10. That is the average amount it costs each Boy Scout Council in Montana to provide Scout training for one year to each boy enrolled, according to figures recently released by Gov. Tim Babcock. A lot of Beaverhead boys belong to the Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts or Explorers. We could support the whole bunch of them for much less money than it costs taxpayers to keep one non-Scout in Deer Lodge Prison1 for a year. Scouting may be supported in many ways—by an annual pledge, a gift to their trust fund, a cash contribution, or a calf. (The boy Scouts have a registered brand and Wayne Montgomery, a council vice president, is heading up the ‘‘Calf Club” program in this area.) Ten years ago _the Vigilante Council had two paid men serving 1,930 boys and leaders for $15,582. Today two men serve 3,448 boys and volunteer adult leaders for $15,556. Where else could you geit a bargain like that? The last time folks in our coun­ ty had a chance to contribute to the Boy Scouts program was back in 1958. Maybe it’s time we took care of our own. Cast For Fall Play Announced (From the WMCE Wescolite) Mr. Rybum announced the cast for the Fall play, “All the Way Home,” based on the Pulitzer Prize novel “A Death In the Family” by James Agee. This play was the winner of the New York Critic’s Award for 1961 as well as being the recipient o f the 1961 Pulitzer Prize Play Award. Tad Mosel is the author of this three-act drama. The cast is as follows: Andy Juergens as Rufus Follet, John Ifadness as Jay Follet, Alice Ken­ nedy as Mary Follet, Jerry Dye as Ralph Follet, Carol Selby as Sally Follet, Bill Twogood as John Henry Follet, Janice Gavin as Jessie Follet, Michael Gavin as Jim Wilson, Donna Thomas as Aunt Follet, Betty Bacon as Catherine Lynch, Gertrude Kutz as Aunt Hannah Lynch, Fair- clough Hayes as Joel Lynch, Le- Roy Cook as Andrew Lynch, Howard White as Father Jackson, Kenny Thomas, Bill Burwell, Steve Davis as the three boys. The stage manager for the produc­ tion is Larry Hodgson. Patti Lee will be stage mistress, and Louise Davis will be the assistant direc­ tor. Sprinkle on glitter and finest quality Write With Glue at Daily Tribune. American Legion Auxiliary Plans Christmas Party Monday Evening The Beaverhead American Le­ gion Auxiliary will hold its annual Christmas party Monday evening at 8, with members and friends bringing gifts for distribution by the Fort Harrison Gift Shop. The evening’s program will be in charge of the Rehabilitation Committee which includes Flor­ ence Gilbert, Jessie Smith, Gen­ evieve Albertson, Ann Mitchell, Georgia Deputy, Iola Draeske and .Charity Hill, They will also ar­ range for transportation o f the in­ coming gifts to the Fort Harrison hospital on Tuesday. ■Christmas gift shops In the hos­ pitals afford the joys of Christmas giving to thousands o f hospitalized veterans who otherwise might be unable to share in the season’s gaity. , Individual gifts to these men and women . also give assurance that they are remembered and their sacrifices appreciated. Dillon Unit High The local unit ranks first among state Auxiliary organizations send­ ing the greatest number of gifts and gifts of exceptional value to Fort Harrison each Christmas. The number and cost of these contributions is entirely voluntary and any one unable to attend Mon­ day's meeting may donate by call­ ing an Auxiliary member. Thè local Auxiliary unit also assists needy veterans’ families in this area at Christmastime, as well as throughout the year. Lundburg Funeral Set For Friday The funeral of Edward Lundburg of the Big Hole, will be held Fri­ day afternoon at 2 o’clock from Brundage Chapel with the Rev. Max Feuerstack of the Lutheran church officiating. Interment will be made in Mountain View ceme­ tery. Scrapbooks and photo albkms at The Dally Tribune. CORRECTION Elks bowlers roll at 8:30 p.m. Thursday instead of 7 p.m. as listed In the schedule Monday. Barrett Hospital Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening at 8 o’clock at the home of Mrs. Bill Mallin- son, 620 S. Arizona. Today's Bible Thought \If the Son therefore ‘shall make you free, you shall be free In­ deed.” (John 8:36). (¿dií Pencil sharpen«« from 5c and up at Tribune.

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