The Dillon Daily Tribune-Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1962-1971, December 10, 1962, Image 1

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Montana Historical Libras ■v,v HISTORICAL SQGigXY o f mfwÂW Power Company Will Observe 50th Anniversary An open house celebration, commemorating the 50th anniver­ sary of the Montana Power Com­ pany, will be held Tuesday in the firm’s Dillon office at 20 East Se- bree. Manager Joe Broderick has ex­ tended invitations to all area res­ idents to visit his office during the day. Coffee and donuts will be served between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. “We’re hoping that all of our many friends in the Dillon area will stop in and help us celebrate our golden anniversary,” Broder­ ick said. “We’ll have a free gift for each adult as a token of our appreciation for the many kind­ nesses extended us during our ex­ istence here.” Montana Power Company was incorporated December 12, 1912, and today serves almost 540,000 people. 8 ft VOLUME NUMBER 1 DILLON, MONTANA MONDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1962 NO. 12 Twin Bridges Rancher to Head SW Stockmen Assn. Mort Lott Jr., a Twin BridgesfValley; Ray Carkeek, Madison-En- Garden Club Show Set For Dec. 14 The Beaverhead Garden Club will hold its third annual Christ­ mas show and luncheon Friday, Dec. 14, at the Andrus Hotel din­ ing room. Holiday decorations made by members of the club will be on display from 9:30 a.m. to 12 o’clock noon. The public is cordially in­ vited to inspect them during these hours. A number of novel and ar­ tistic decorations will be offered for sale, others will be for display only. The Garden Club has been using the' proceeds front these-’¿ales to purchase garden and hobby books which will be made available to the community through the Dillon Public Library. Plantings of bulbs, annuals and shrubbery at the Library have al­ so been financed by the club. Mrs. Louise McLaren, Mrs. Ma­ mie Sneed and Mrs. Lutie Smith are in charge of the show and luncheon. All luncheon reserva­ tions should be turned in by Dec. 13. area rancher, was chosen presi­ dent of the Southwestern Montana Stockmen’s Association at the or­ ganization’s annual meeting here Saturday. Charles Ralston of Wise River was named vice president and Mrs. Don Shaffner of Dillon secretary- treasurer. An estimated 65 stockmen at­ tended the afternoon business meeting and elected nine directors to their 18-man governing board. These include Lee Martinell, Lima- Dell; Jack Hirschy, Jackson; Alex Christie, Grant - Horse Prairie; Vince Capp, Twin Bridges-Silver Star; Tom Foster, Sheridan-Ruby Hospital Notes Heart Attack Is Fatal For Sheridan Hunter By Kay Hardin Ivan H. Wilson, 74, died Sunday in the Sheridan Emergency Hos­ pital from a heart attack he suf­ fered while hunting Oct. 30 in the Wisconsin Creek area near here, according to hospital authorities. Born Aug. 29,1888, at Fish Creek near Waterloo, Mr. Winslow mar­ ried the farmer Lucy Taylor June 9, 1915, and had spent most of his life ranching in Ruby Valley. The couple moved to Sheridan 13 years ago. Surviving are his wife; a son, Tom of Arcadia, Calif.; brothers, Ervin of Troy, Harry of Boise, and Jim and Fred of Sheridan; sis­ ters, -Mrs. Mae McCrimmon of Portland and Mrs. Mabel .Mullins of Sheridan,1 three grandchildren and several nephews and nieces. Funeral services w#l be con­ ducted at 2 p.m. Wechgsday in Christ Episcopal Church at Sheri­ dan with the Rev. Leigh Wallace officiating. Burial will be. in the. Sheridan Cemetery. Marsh Funeral Home of Sheridan is in charge, The family has requested re­ membrances be in the form of me­ morials to the emergency hospital. Barrett Hospital Admitted: Helen Nodine, Grant Hildreth, Ronald Weaver, Marion Moore, Rose Keenan, Dillon; Rich­ ard Proul, Armstead. Dismissed: Ida Krause, Clarabel Bogut, Roy Ford, Gary Bell, Ora Shaffer, Dillon; Bill Reid, Lima. Butte St. James Community Admitted: Kathy Jones, Mrs. Helen E. Tolls, George Krause, Dil­ lon; William C. Reed, Lima; Mar­ cel Marcinrowski, Twin Bridges. Butte Silver Bow Admitted: Mrs. Mary Garland, Armstead. engagement Announced fn/oy (?) J25 Meo/s Four Butte youths discovered Saturday that eating in restaur­ ants can sometimes be expensive —especially if you attempt to skip out before paying the tab. Robert Holman, William Morris, Robert Rowling and Hugh Sheehan pled guilty Saturday in city police court to charges of defrauding an innkeeper and were fined $25 each and given 10-day jail sentences. Justice Dick Later suspended the jail terms on condition the youths make restitution to the cafe owner and remain out of fu­ ture involvements with the law. Local officers said Dillon eat­ ing places have reported a num­ ber of similiar cases in recent weeks. Driver Examinations Driver, license examinations will be given Thursday at the Court House in Dillon. The hours will be from 8 a.m. to noon and from 1 to 5 p.m. Applicants should con­ tact the license examiner before 11 a. m. and 4 p.m.. Today's Bible Thought \Therefore the Lord Himself shall give you a sign: Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call His name Im­ manuel.” (Isaiah 7:14). Mizpah Chapter OES will hold a regular meeting Tuesday eve­ ning at 8 o’clock at the Masonic hall. nis; Dan Pendergast, Melrose-Di- vide; Charles Ralston, Wise River; and Arnold Benson, Dillon. The stockmen heard a trio of prominent state speakers during» their business session at the Elks j Hall. | Wayne Brattin of Winnett, for-; mer president of the Montana! Stockgrowers Association, warned the association members against the federal government’s threat-, ened “invasion of free enterprise in agriculture” and urged stock - 1 1 men to organize in order to pre- j vent the West from “being turned i into a big national playground supported by tax money.” W. J. Everin, director of the Montana Fish and Game Commis­ sion, outlined game management objectives of his department for both public and private lands and noted that the commission now owns approximately 60,000 acres of winter game range and leases an additional 48,000 for this purpose. Dan Fulton of Ismay, chairman of the State Board of Equalization, presented an illustrated talk on difficulties faced in determining fair assessed valuations on agri­ cultural lands. Fulton assured the stockmen that efforts are being made to ar­ rive at net capital values of lands rather than basing assessed values on current selling prices. Over 200 stockmen and guests attended the banquet Saturday evening at the Elks Hall. Bill Garrison, outgoing president from Glen, presided over the an­ nual gathering. Miss Gail Davis Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Davis of Whitehall are announcing the en­ gagement of their daughter, Gail, to Don Puyear, son of ' Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Puyear of Dillon. No wedding date has been set. The Weather Judge Grants Time In Bostwick Suit (Montana Standard) Sixty days additional time to file a bill of exceptions in a local dis­ trict court case was granted Thurs­ day by Dist. Judge Victor H. Fall of Helena. The order was granted on re­ quest of M. J. Doepker, attorney for Virgil W. Bostwick and his guardian, Gerald H. Bostwick, of Dillon. The latter were unsuccess­ ful as plaintiffs in a $450,000 per­ sonal injury action against Butte Motor Co. Judge Fall had denied a request by the Bostwicks for a new trial. Members of the Bannack Cen­ tennial and Beaverhead Museum Associations will meet tonight at 7:30 in the Museum Building. Final reports oh the Centennial will be presented and Beaverhead's quota for the 1964 state centennial will be discussed. The Dillon Jayceens will meet Tuesday evening in the Vigilante Building. Members are reminded, to bring a gift of one dollar (or less) value for the club’s exchange and a can or package of , food for the welfare project. Mrs. John Hovren and Mrs. Jack Basolo will be hostesses. Please Phone Our Office 2331 Or 2332 By 6:30 P.M. If Paper Missed If the Daily Tribune-Exam­ iner carrier boy fails to de­ liver your paper in Dillon by 6:30 p.m., please phone the office, 2331 or 2332 and it will be de­ livered to you. We have a party in the office until 6:30 p.m., to see that you get your paper. Do not hesitate to call, as the Daily Tribune-Examiner is pay­ ing extra to give its subscribers this service. As the extra car­ rier is only responsible for de­ livering missed papers . . please do NOT phone news Items or advertising copy after 5:30 p.m. By WMCE Weather Bureau. Sunday: High 56, Low 23. Today: Low 23. Prediction: Partly cloudy and colder. Year ago Dec. 10, 1961: High 1, Low -20, Moisture: none. We Had 20 Below Year Ago Today A cold front is sweeping down from the north and the prediction is for colder in our corner of the state tonight and Tuesday. A year ago today we were shivering with 20 below zero, but it is not ex­ pected that the mercury will drop that low. High for Tuesday is predicted at 15-30 above. Sunday saw local golfers playing. Until the sun got low, the temperature was nice. 1 All the Way Home' To Be Presented December 11-12 “All the Way Home,” a three- act drama based on the Pulitzer prize-winning novel, “A Death in the Family,” will be presented Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at 8:15 in the Western Montana College auditorium by the Gar­ goyles, student drama group at the college. Written by the late James Agee, the play was also recipient of the 1961 Pulitzer prize for plays and winner of the 1961 New York Critics Award. Tad Mosel is the author of the three-act drama. The cast is as follows: Andy Juergens, Dillon; John Fadness, Dillon; Alice Kennedy, Dillon; Jerry Dye, Hamilton; Carol Sel­ by, Twin Bridges; Bill Twogood, Sula; Janice Gavin, Dillon; Mic­ hael Gavin, Dillon; Donna Thomas, Anaconda; Betty Bacon, Wise River Gertrude Kutz, Libby; Francis Hayes, Anaconda; LeRoy Cook, Po­ tomac; Howard White, Townsend; Kenny Thomas, Bill Burwell, and Steve Davis, all of Dillon. The stage manager for the pro­ duction is Larry Hodgson, Cut Bank; Patti Lee of Deer Lodge will be stage mistress; and Louise Da­ vis, Twin Falls, Idaho, is assistant director. Joe Ryburn, professor of Eng­ lish at Western Montana College is director of the production. Benny Second In Bareback Riding Benny Reynolds, of Melrose, placed second in bareback bronc riding Sunday at the National Ro­ deo finals held in Los Angeles. Man Charged With Suitcase Stealing Police Chief Leo Williams re­ ports that a transient giving the name of Norbers J. Delorme was arrested Saturday night and charged with stealing two suit­ cases from the apartment of Ed Donovan. Delorme is being held for prosecution by County Attor­ ney Carl M. Davis. NAVAL GRADUATE MEPHIS, TENN. (FHTNC)— Da­ vid L. Shepherd, airman appren­ tice, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Shepherd of Jackson, was graduated Nov. 9 from Aviation Familiarization School at the Nav­ al Air Technical Trailing Center, Memphis, Tenn. The two - week course covers the identification of aircraft, survival practices, flight theory and fire-fighting. Dillon Lodge No. 1554 BPO Elks will hold a regular meeting Wed­ nesday evening at 8 o’clock with balloting and drawing. Mr. and Mrs. George Gosman are spending two weeks in Miami, Fla., where Mr. Gosman, a mem­ ber of the Montana Highway Com­ mission, is attending a meeting of the American Association of State Highway Officials. The Home Arts Demonstration club will meet at the home of Mrs. N. C. Murray, 229 S. Atlantic Tuesday afternoon at 2 o’clock for a nohost Christmas party. There will be an exchange of gifts be­ tween members and gifts will be brought and packed for patients at Warm Springs'. New officers will be installed. .Bookkeeping supplies. Tribune. Jaycees List Yule Light Contest Plans Tentative plans for the Dillon Jaycee Christmas Lighting Con­ test were announced today by Lar­ ry Templeton, Jaycee contest chairman. Entries will again be listed ac­ cording to private residence or or­ ganization- categories as in past years, Templeton said, but award­ ing of prizes will be on a new ba­ sis. All awards will be in cash and paid by the Jaycee organization. All contestants in the contest will receive a prize, officials stressed, in appreciation for their efforts to add holiday beauty to the city. A complete list of rules and prizes will be announced later this week, Templeton added. i CHRISTMAS SEALS fight TB and other RESPIRATORY DISÈASES \ X

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