Dillon Tribune Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1982-1989, September 28, 1982, Image 11

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Farm sale (tailtail Roadoad 50 people, safe. The Photo by Bruce McCormack -J h a r v e s t sale Hie Dillon Merchant’s Association decided last week to hold the Harvest of Value Night on Thursday, Oct. 14. Many downtown stores will remain open until 8:30 p.m. for that special >sale day. In some past years it has been called Moonlight Madness. The association members also decided on a schedule for openings for the Christ­ mas season. Many stores will be open the evenings of Nov. 26, Dec. 13, Dec. 17, Dec. 21, 22, and 23. Stores will also be open Sunday, Dec. 19 from noon to 5 p.m. Dec. 24 until 3 p.m., aid all day Dec. 27. In addition, moat stores will be open Dec. 31. Businesses will be open other nights a t the owner’s discretion. H e next meeting of the group will be Oct. 21 at the Bannack House IP W m i l t Dillon-Portrait Studio 4 M. Washington Sept. 30 — Oct. 1st. Package of colored photos consist of... i c _7 £ 3 3 Only $5.75 2—WaBet per package 16—Exchange North Parkview School Sept. 28 Sept. 29 2nd & 3rd 4th & 5th Any child who missed their schedule at school, come to the studio on Tiny Tot Days. High School un­ derclassmen welcome if color package is desired. (Must be prepaid.) Remind Your Frlondtl Hie farm sale at Gilmer and Clyde Smith’s on Black R bidding for a late model Ford tractor went to $17,000 for the top sale recently brought out a crowd estimated at more than 250 people. of the day. The Smiths are retiring and moving to Oregon later m the Auctioneer Bill Rehm said it was a “very successful’’ sale. The fall. Nelsons celebrate 60th anniversary Hie family of Margaret and Fred Nelson celebrat­ ed the couple’s 60th wed­ ding anniversary on Sept. 12, with a reception in the Nelson’s Hamilton home. Honoring their parents at the event were the couple’s three sons and their families: Mr. and Mrs. Jay (Jean) Nelson and their son Bob Nelson of Jack­ son; Mr. and Mrs. Terry (Ruthann) Walker and sons Jeff and Mike of Darby; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Rangich and children Shawn, James, Jason and Jessica of Phillipsburg; Mr. and Mrs. William (Louise) Nelson of Dillon and daugh­ ter Paula of Missola; and Tom Nelson of Wisdom. Also hosting the reception was . the Walter Anderson family of Darby. A four-tiered anniver­ sary cake and arrange­ ments of fall flowers cen­ tered the reception table. Many of the Nelson’s original wedding gifts were used at the reception. Catherine Barnes cut the wedding cake which was served by daughters-in- law Jean and Louise Nel- son‘ Punch was served by Janice Anderson, daugh­ ter Laurie Ellis and grand­ daughter Nicole to more than 100 guests. Margaret Woolaghan married Fred Nelson on Sept. 6, 1922, at the Catholic church in Hamil­ ton, with Father English officiating. Their atten­ dants were Margarets sis­ ter Elizabeth Woolaghan and Lawrence Humble, both of Hamilton. Margaret Woolaghan is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Woolaghan of Hamilton. She grew up in Hamilton, graduated from Hamilton High School in 1920, attended Dillon Normal School and taught in area rural schools for two years. Fred Nelson was bom in the Big Hole Valley near Jackson. His parents are the late Soren and Lena Nelson of that area. He Center line needsjig!ppi:s; ranched in the Big Hole. Margaret and Fred ranched and raised their family in the Big Hole Valley. They have three The Women’s Resource Center is seeking volun­ teers to staff the 24-Hour Helpline which the center sponsors. A training ses­ sion is scheduled for Wed­ nesday, Oct. 6 a t 7:30 for persons interested in donat­ ing time to answer the help­ line. The meeting will be m the center’s office, 126 South Montana. Persons need not sit next to the telephone for their shift, a center spokesman ' ted out, explaining the is Club donated Kiwanisl a pager last makes it possiblele person on call to have some mobility. year which iib for the Volunteers sign up on a monthly basis for any Coyote Creek area closing Dillon District Forest Ranger John Lowell said effective Oct. 1, all roads in the Coyote Creek timber sale area will be closed to motorized vehicle travel, except snowmobiles after Dec. 1. Lowell encouraged peo­ ple who have firewood permits extending beyond Sept. 30 in the Coyote Creek area to haul their dead wood before the closure gate on the main road is locked. amount of time which they fed they can afford. “Dur­ ing a recent nine month period, a total of 242 calls came in on the Helpline which indicates that the service is both needed and well-used by the commun­ ity,” she said. Advocates, as the tele­ phone answerers are called, are not counselors, but serve basically as a referral service to dispense informa­ tion to the callers. “No experience is necessary, just a desire to be able to help out a caller in need or to be able to give out a phone number or name of a contact person in the community,” she said. “Of­ tentimes a supportive voice on the other end of the line is all a person needs to feel less troubled.” sons, F. Jay, John Thom­ as and William Peter. Jay and John T. still live in tlie Big Hole. Fred retired from ranching in 1968, and he and Margaret moved to Hamilton. Out of town guests were Fred’s sister and her hus­ band, Mr. and Mrs. Roy ZeBarth of Kimberly, Id­ aho, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Zoberst from Mt. Vernon Wash. Other out-of-town friends included: Dave Seaholm of Missoula; Tom and Darlene Fernandiz of Jackson; Bud and Frances Lapham, Jack­ son; Max and Debbie Lap­ ham, Jackson; John and Jill Eliel, Wisdom; Ray­ mond and Darlene Hild­ reth, Dillon; Mrs. Bessie Hildreth, Dillon; Russell and Pat Peterson, Jackson; Mary Peterson, Jackson; Melvin Peterson, Jackson; 11001 and Rose CJemoW, Dillon; Ruth Clemow Smith, Dillon, Dale and Helen Strodtman and daughter, Frances, Jack­ son; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Anderson, Dillon; Lester and Tina Else, Wisdom; Ralph and Catherine Barnes, Poison; Bob and Marie Peterson, Wisdom; and Mrs. Signe Rogers, Dillon. -DELICIOUS ------------ Frozen Berries ••• Truckload in Dillon Sept. 29, all day Across from A & W Benson Ranch closed to iUJiunting. Ron Benson Who profits from inflation and high interest? 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