Daily Tribune-Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1971-1973, December 13, 1971, Image 4

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DAILY TRIBUNE-EXAMINER P»ge4 Dillon, Montana Monday, December 13,1971 Sheridan News Notes Miss Schneider Home Helen Fenton — 042-5534 . \ — ----- - ------------ 1 — : ---- Miss Ella Schneider, who sold the home she had lived in on the Main Street in Sheridan for 71 years, has returned from California. Miss Schneider was warmly welcomed back. She said she had a nice apartment, the weather was warm and perfect, the flowers beautiful, relatives near, but it wasn’t Sheridan, Mont. She cannot have her pets with her at present as she is living in the Shermont Motel. Once more she is a familiar sight as she hurries along with her shopping bag each day. She was gone one month. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mumme and family had life-long friends from Clayton, Idaho for the Thanksgiving holiday, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Southwick and son Roger. Mrs. Helen Fenton, Kathleen and Lynne Fenton, and Robin and Ronnie Christensen. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Stauduhar had as Thanksgiving dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Ted Pauli and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Dollis Hodges, and Joe Stauduhar, his wife and two children, Joe and his family came from Missoula to spend the day with his parents. Later they went on to Idaho to be with some of Pat's relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Barnosky entertained Thanksgiving day for her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Helming of Wisdom, and Mr. and Mrs. John Spear and daughter Joan of Twin Bridges. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Morse of Tacoma, Wash., and their children Michael, Scott and Julie, spent several days with their grand­ parents in Sheridan, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Elser. Tuesday evening their aunt, Mrs. Bessie Jones, entertained them and her parents at the Alder Steak House. The Morse family returned to Tacoma following the Thanksgiving festivities. Mrs. Edna McKenzie of Alder has moved to Sheridan, bringing the home she had lived in for 34 years with her. She still intends to drive back to Alder to attend the clubs she belongs to. Her house was moved to a new location on Jefferson Street a week ago, coming by way of the State Highway, the 10 miles to Sheridan. Telephone crews and Montana Power crews accompanied it to lower or raise wires, as the situation called for. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fenton celebrated their 21st wedding anniversary with a dinner at the Alder Steak House. Guests were Mrs. Dave Birrer spent five days last week visiting her sister, Mrs. George Grear in Livingston, returning to her home Thanksgiving Day. C o u r t S a y s A c c u s e d M u s t R e c e i v e R e c o r d Miss Charlotte Ann Jones Jones-Burk DILLON—Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jones of Melrose announce the engagement of their daughter, Charlotte Ann to Gerald Burk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vem Burk of Glen. A Dec. 18 wedding is planned. Postal Service Must Stop Own Stamp Sale OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - The Independent Postal System of America has been ordered to stop selling its own stamps. U.S. District Court Judge Fred Daugherty issued a temporary restraining order against the Oklahoma City-based firm Monday after a suit was filed by the National Association of Letter Carriers. The carriers complained that IPSA was threatening their jobs and violating federal law. The firm planned to issue five- cent stamps for Christmas cards* WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court ruled today that indigent defendants in nonfelony cases must be given free records of their trials, including a full tran­ script where necessary, for the purpose of appeals. The ruling by a unanimous court had the effect of overturning an Illinois Supreme Court rule which provides for trial transcripts only for felony cases. “The si 2 « of the defendant’s pocketbook bears no more rela­ tionship to his guilt or innocence in a nonfelony than in a felony cases,” the high court said. The indigents’ ruling came in the ’One Meal a Week' Donation to Pakistan BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Rep. Paul McCloskey, an­ nounced candidate for President, says he, and his wife and their four children will skip one meal a week for the next six months and donate the money saved to a relief fund for Pakistani refugees in East Pakistan and India. McCloskey, R-Calif., made the pledge at a news conference Monday and said he plans to invite all other members of Congress to join him in the one-meal fast each Wednesday. The east Pakistan Emergency Relief Fund, headquartered in Lansing, Mich., is seeking $10 monthly from 10 million Americans to provide food'for the estimated 10 million Pakistani refugees. B i g H o l e V a l l e y N e w . ^ School Attends Court case of Jack L. Mayer, who was convicted of disorderly conduct and* interfering with an officer during an antiwar demonstration in Chicago on Sept. 14, 1969. Mayer told the court that when he tried to appeal his conviction he was told the transcript of his trial would cost him $300. Mayer said he did not have the money, but the state refused to provide a free transcript under the Illinois Su­ preme Court rule. The state’s refusal to give him a transcript, Mayer argued, discriminates against citizens on the basis of wealth since poor people without money to buy a transcript were unable to appeal. The Dlinois Supreme Court rule provides for transcripts for in­ digents appealing felony con­ victions but not for persons con­ victed of minor offenses. Firefighting Most Dangerous Occupation ATHENS, Ga. (AP) - In­ creasing loss in life and property as a result of fires has made firefighting the most dangerous occupation in the United States, the executive director of the National Commission on Fire Prevention says. “We’ve had a great deal focused on police problems, but nothing has been focused on the fire problem,” said Howard Tifton. He said more than 12,900 lives are lost each year in fires and some $2.7 billion in property destroyed. V Arlene Peterson — 689-2587 • WISDOM NEWS Mr. and Mrs. John T. Nelson are the parents of Suzanne Dee, born November 8 in Missoula. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ramsdell of Scottsdale, Ariz., and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nelson of Hamilton. She weighed 7 pounds. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ramsdell of Scottsdale, Ariz., have been visiting at the John T. Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rupard of Rupert, Idaho, and Randy of Salt Lake City have been visiting this past week at the Mel McDowell home. Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Knievel and family spent Thanksgiving in Butte at the Don Knievel home. The Jim Pasley family of Ennis and Estelle Smart and Floyd Durkee were Thanksgiving guests at the Jake Neidt home. Mrs. Roy Baker is a Hamilton hospital patient. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Harry Helming home were Mr. and Mrs. George Helming and Kate Hurley. Mr. and Mrs. John Helming spent the Thanksgiving weekend in Hobson at the Robert Williams home. The Dwane Keyes family spent Thursday in Anaconda at die Mai Keyes home. Sunday callers were Mr. and Mrs. Nick Keefer, Dal, John and Darlene Keyes, and Mike Gentil all of Anaconda. 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Hattie Pomeroy was a Thanksgiving guest at ihe Ole Heggelund home. Sunday visitors were John Soyland and Tom Drain of Butte. Thanksgiving guests at the John Eliel home were Mrs. Lee Shideler of Missoula, Tom Eliel of MSU and Leslie Eliel who attends Wasatch Academy in Mt. Pleasant, Utah. Thanksgiving guests at the Dari Ferguson home were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harrison of Roy, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Young of Kearns, Utah, Mrs. Sybil Bergen of Sandy, Utah, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shanholtzer of Libby. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Heggelund and Cindy were Sunday dinner guests at the Slim Lawson home. Thanksgiving guests at the Eddy Bacon home , were Mr. and Mrs. Don Bacon arid family and Mr. and Mrs. Mel Heggelund and family. Thanksgiving dinner guests at the Bob Peterson Sr. home were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Peterson Jr. and daughter, Bill Dearing, and Mrs. Dolly Obiague of Dillon. Mr. and Mrs. Monte Clemow called Saturday evening at the Bob Peterson Jr. home. 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Unse (be PFS savins »caul tbit best sails near Reeds: 5 % S i 5 - 1 3 % °Srt?íí?** A m i BUNI yield * $ 5 .0 0 minimum m » n u H £*• AliM V A l YIELD* $1,000 minimum Term: 6 months M ' g g P S i n ■ ° S 5 S £ t* A M B IM I YIELD* $1,000 minimum Term: 1 to 5 years I t ' S ? M l * AUlUUAI YIELD* $5,000 minimum Term: 2 to 5 years *Yield is the actual interest earned, with PFS daily compounding, if the original deposit and all earnings remain in the account for 12 months. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Christiansen spent the holiday at the Charles Ralston home near Wise River and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Christiansen spent the day at the Matt Urick home at Melrose. Thanksgiving dinner guests at /..„/¡tbp h’dmfr'ofmr'.-And’ Mrs.^MruXid Helming were Mr? and Mrs.' Richard Shelton and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Conover and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Willey and : family left Wednesday for Grand Targee, Idaho, where Chris at­ tended a race camp for skiers. John Eliel, Len Smith, Lawrence Christiansen, Ray Bacon and Frank Wilke Jr. and John Wilke all recently joined the Bagdad Shrine in Butte. Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Otero and daughter were Thanksgiving guests at the Frank Wilke Jr. home. Bill Otero of Wisdom spent the weekend at the Tony Otero Sr. home in Stevensville. Hie Wisdom school children traveled to Dillon last Monday to view a court session. Mothers taking cars were Mrs. Frank Wilke Jr., Mrs. Dwain McKevitt, Mrs. John Eliel and Ken Bohlig, teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Tucker and girls of Everett, Wash., have been visiting at the Fred Walchly home. The Tuckers, Mrs. Walchly and Danny Tucker recently returned from Augusta where they reported good hunting of sheep. Last weekend A1 Jennings and Walt Wallow of Shohomish, Wash., visited at the Walchly home. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Waterman of Helena called this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Bob McDowell and family spent Thanksgiving in Butte at the home of Mrs. Thomas Ham. 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