The Dillon Daily Tribune-Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1962-1971, December 13, 1962, Image 6

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.... . .... V - ; ~»l» ^ b f *• ■ * J THE DILLON, MONTANA, DAILY TIUBUN^EXAMINER '* , TH U H ^ D A Y ^ E C E ftlB ^ l Ì 3 , 1962 & / its-'' EXPLOSIVE DRAMA—Tucked behind sandbagged bunkers, cameras reel this explosive drama, which took place on the desert area near Almeria, Spain. Studio technicians had set up the explosion with 20 pounds of gunc\*' •'n and gunpowder for “ Lawrence of Arabia.” Coral Powell To Be IFYE Delegate (From the W M C E Wescolife) REMEMBER THE ALAMO? John Wayne gets replica of the Alamo made out of Christmas Seals during program to raise funds for tuberculosis. Christmas Seals fight TB and other respiratory diseases. Coral P o w e ll Coral Powell has been selected by the National 4-H Club Founda­ tion to be a 1963 International FOR CARPETING! SEE The DILMART Dillon's Homo Mart Farm Youth Exchange delegate. Miss Powell, a junior from Cardwell, has not yet been no­ tified where she will be sent; she hopes that it will be some place in Europe. She has studied German; therefore she would pre­ fer going somewhere that she can make use of that language. Coral expects to leave on her assignment early next summer for a stay that may last as long as six months. During that time she will live with farm families who, with the help of many com­ munity groups, will show her their way of life. Meanwhile she will give them an insight of the United States and its people. After returning home, she ex­ pects to share her observations, experiences, and ideas and sou- UNIVERSAL Quality Gifts That Keep On Giving Salonette’ HAT B O X HAIR DRYER Quick and Quiet Way To Dry Hair Beautifully Smart traveling case looks like expensive ostrich leather. In tan, white or black. Four comfortable temperatures. Extra largo liood. 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Those who received letters were Larry Baldwin, Jim Bennetts, George Bfentley, Bob Burk, Rick Cadieux, Fred Cobell, Dale Combs, Mick Delaney, Pat Del- ger, Butch Donovan, Dick Doyle, Jerry Fitzsimmons, Jack Gilles­ pie, Tom Heisler,•\-Jerry Kirsch- ner, Gary McMorris, Joe Malletta, Dick Maroney, Harry Martz, Dick Menti, Bob Murray, Cliff Neigh­ bor, Jim Netz, Bob Nielson, Jack Nielsen, Fred Salmonson, Bud Shuman, Jim Sumner, Bud Tal­ bott, Ed Wright, and Shawn Da­ vis, manager. Dr. Short then presented the members of the senior class who were named to represent West­ ern in the 1962 edition of Who’s Who in American Colleges and Universities. These ten students were nominated on the basis of demonstrated ability and leader­ ship. Receiving this recognition were Karen Bergum, Helena; Shawn Davis, Whitehall; Jane Duncan, Dillon; Jack Gillespie, venirs to 4-H Clubs and other groups in Montana in the months following her return home. Ra­ dio and television broadcasts, newspapers stories, and magazine articles are others means by which she may tell her IFYE story. Lost 16 21 22 23 24 30 35 37 ' Commorclol Won Roberts Foods ................ -36 Dillon Tribune ................. 31 Coast to Coast ................. 30 Tash Ranchers - ............... 29 Prudential L ife ................. 28 Big Dipper . . .................... 22 Gosman Drug ................. 17 Paul’s Chevrolet ............ 15 High team series—Coast to Coast 2750. High individual series—Don Col­ bert 588. High team game -r- Coast to Coast 971. High individual game—Earl Tash 227. Elks Horns ........ . ....... . ............ 31 21 Hoofs _ _________________ 30 22 T e e th ............. ................ -29 23 Hides _________________ 29 23 Spikes ---------------------- 25 27 Old S t a g s ........................ 23 29 Antlers ______ ________ 18 34 Bucks ___ ______________ 19 33 High team series—Spikes 2268. High individual series — John Walters 565. High team game—Spikes 821. High individual game—A1 Bart- koski 229. Treasure State Zook Construction ___ 38 14 Knights of Columbus --33 19 Club Bar _______ :___31% 21% Farm Bureau Ins. ___ 24% 27% State Bank _________ 24 28 Dillon Hotel & B a r ___ 20 32 Cop Construction ____ 20 32 Jesse’s Body S h o p ----- 17 35 High team series— Zook Con­ struction 2652. High individual series—Howard Pfrimmer 545. High teafh game — Zook Con­ struction 913. High individual game — Ivan Remley 203. City Glen Ranchers ______ 32% 19% Tri-State Mine ______ 28 24 Bair's Service _______ 28 24 Reiny’s College Service 26% 25% Swede’s Bar ________ 26 26 Campbell’s Garage ___ 24 28 Hoeming Texaco ____ 23 29 Mirror Bar _________ 20 32 High individual series — Dick Newton 618. High individual game—Dick New­ ton 246. ’ KZNAnticipates Xm as Holidays 4 (From tho W M C E Woocollto) Anticipating the coming holi­ days, KZN members held a Christmas party December 5, for their social meeting of the month. The freshmen girls were also in­ vited sp that they could become acquainted with the organization. Following a welcome by Presi­ dent Karen Bergum, entertain­ ment was provided by pianist Vel­ ma ‘Wallace and a singing trio composed of Bonnie Beck, Tonya Gustafson, and Shirley Webber. In addition Bonnie sang a solo. After participating in group sing­ ing, all present enjoyed refresh­ ments. Luthern Students Have Meeting (From the W M C E Wescolife) Fourteen students of Western participated in a Lutheran Stu­ dents’ Association meeting Sun­ day, Dec. 2 at the church. To observe the Advent season, Pastor Feuerstack led a discus­ sion on sections of the Old Tes­ tament that foretold the coming of Christ. The next meeting of LSA will be Sunday evening Jan. 13, 1963, at the church parish hall. All stu­ dents are urged to attend. New supply o f scrap and photo albums, baby and wedding books. Daily Tribune-Examiner. '* Brief cases and zipper note b ooks fo r Christmas. D a ily , Tribune-Ex­ aminer. The D a ily Tribune has some very nice m a gnifying glasses fo r reading and fo r carrying in the pocket f o r field use» P IG STA R T E R PELLETS J S O U S . n r n e t W T , MONTANA FLOUR MILLS CO. m i M it «I N N lu KIM* I Williams Feed Inc. Dillon and Whitehall Helena; Dick Jonasen, St. Igna­ tius; Jean Lindquist, Poplar; Joe Malletta, Shelby; Mary Paullin, St. Regis; Jeanette Rogers, Hel­ ena; and Ed Wright, White Sul- phus Springs. The Wescolite staff offers con­ gratulations to all those receiv­ ing honors today. A t t e n t i o n R a n c h e r s This coming Monday, Dec. 17, we will sell 250 head of choice, one-brand Hereford cows. These cows are the complete Rudolph Polish herd from Glen. They range from 2 to 6 years old and all are bred to outstanding black bulls and will start to calve around the first of February. These cows are an out­ standing, choice herd and the calves have been sold at a pre­ mium price each year. Every cow has been pregnancy tested and every one is safe with calf. This is one of the most out­ standing, complete herds of stock cows that will be offered for sale this season. We will have sales Christmas week and New Year’s week. Sale dates fall on Monday, Dec. 24, and Monday, Dec. 31. Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year Dillon Livestock Auction Co. / Regular Sales Every Monday — Telephone 683-2419 .. ........................... ... ................................................ .. Oh Say, Can You See - ? By Reg Manning STRINGING WIRE— EAST, AND WEST. One of a series by the West’s Pulitzer Prize Winning Cartoonist for your MONTANA POWER CO. M A R Y W ORTH H E < » ^ r “ i ' i . *% j v ' * * \ * + — -H f ■.W V \*ï~7«Ssü——re* V ’'\ j it', f / ' * ’\ ' ííál

The Dillon Daily Tribune-Examiner (Dillon, Mont.), 13 Dec. 1962, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.