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Quick draw A rtist Jo Thompson makes her brush fly during the grand opening festivities of the Southwest Montana A rt Gallery above City Hall Thursday. Gallery member Linda Johnson (from the left), h er daughter Sharon, Tenny Hammond and Trinda Myers were among the 150 persons who attended the event which was followed up by Friday and Saturday performances of the Vigilante-Players. TWIN BRIDGES - Win ners in the second of the series of card parties sponsored by the Royal Neighbors of Ameri ca Saturday evening were Frank Balkovetz and Lucille Nolte, high in pinochle; Vic Magnus and Betty Nolte, second; and Val Telin, travel prize. For “500” Myron Mor ris and Grace Woods were high; Evert Rosling and Ruth Miller, second. Mrs. Miller also received the travel prize. Marie Burke received the door prize and Harry Odden won the c a k e . _____ The Veterans of Foreign Ware Auxiliary met in the home of Opal Cox. A new member, Roberta High was presented with her membership pin. Esther and Roberta had at tended the meeting of District C o m m u n i t y c a l e n d a r Wednesday, Nov. 3 Dillon LaLeche League will meet Wednesday at 10 a.m. a t 725 South Pacific. Babies and toddlers are welcome. F o r more information call 683-4944. Women's volleyball meets 1-3 Wednesdays in St. Rose Family Center. The Dillon Prospective Chapter of Sweet Adelines meets every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the small auditorium at WMC’s Main Hall. Persons wanting rides or information should call 683-2886 o r 683-2625. Officer Alice Stewart will present a program on the policewoman's role during the Wednesday Nov. 3 meeting of the Women's Resource Center a t 126 South Montana, 7:30 p.m. Booster Club meets Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the BCHS gym. Th u n d a y , Nov. 4 The service officer for the Veterans Affairs Division will be in Dillon 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday at the Employment Service Office. Division administrator Gary Curtiss of the Montana Employment and Training Division and M ontana Job Service of the U.S. Department of Labor will speak on proposed legislation to save Job Service offices. The meeting will be a t 7 p.m. in the law enforcement annex of the Dillon courthouse. He will also talk about affects of closing offices. Western Women wall meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Sally Mortier, 320 South California. Speaker will be Karen Hickethier. She will show how to make holiday centerpieces and demonstrations. The organizational meeting for a parent's support group for School District 10 will be at 7:30 p.m. in the basement of Mary Innes School. Interested persons with or without children attending Dillon elementary schools are invited. Dillon Toastmistress Club will meet a t 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the Vigilante Building in a session replacing last week’s postponed meeting. BCHS girls will meet Butte Central a t 7:30 p.m. in the new gym. American Legion Post 20 meets lor a 7 p.m. dinner and 8 p.m. meeting in the Legion Hall Thursday. Friday, Nov. 5 The AAUW's annual book sale will begin F riday a t 10 a.m. in the old liquor store and continue to 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 6 The 1982 District 3 Make I t Yourself With Wool contest will include a 9 a.m. judging, a 1 p.m. luncheon and 2 p.m. style show poolside a t the Copper King Inn in Butte. AAUW's annual book sale continues 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. in the old liquor store. A bake sale will be held in conjunction with Saturday’s sale. Sunday, Nov. 7 St. Rose P arish Council of Catholic Women will host the B u tte Deanery meeting Sunday at 1 p.m. in the Family Center. All of the women of the parish are welcome to attend. Dillon Community Orchestra and Butte Symphony Orchestra present a free concert Sunday at 2:30 p.m. in the BCHS auditorium. Monday, Nov. 8 BCHS trustees meet a t 7 p.m. in the school’s reading room. 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Box 1390, ‘ Anaconda, MT. 59711 PH. 563-5293 4 Sept. 18 at LaHood. The auxiliary was presented with a citation for being 100 percent paid up membership, in rec ognition for attaining 100 percent of 1982 membership by Dec. 31, 1981, and a check for being first in the s tate to be paid up this year. Roberta was appointed to the Voice of Democracy com mittee and Mrs. Cox was appointed to the telephone committee. Dick Ladd, adjutant of the Post met with the ladies and invited them to attend the Veterans Day dinner Nov. 11 at 6:30 p.m. in the Blue Anchor Cafe. The Veterans annual Christmas dinner for the community will be on Dec. 19. Ladd presented a program planning guide. Poppies were ordered for the sale to be held in the spring. The Charter was draped in 'memory of Christiane Jessen and Virginia Morris. The next meeting of the Auxiliary will be Dec. 9. Mrs. Whitney assisted Mrs. Cox in serving Qoffee and cookies. Irene Comforth entertained the Twin Bridges Sewing Club in her home. President Vida Woosley conducted the meet ing which was followed by an afternoon of doing fancywork and visiting. Other members present were Edna Mailey, Rose Boyd, M artha Wudel, Feme P arker, Val Telin, Nettie Rosling and Babe Deering. Sadie Clark and Tara Metully were guests. The next meeting will be in the home of Ann Reid. Pinochle Club was in the home of Lois McAlear with Evelyn Simpson co-hostess. Other members were Evelyn Richmond, Carol Owsley, Peg gy Seidensticker, Betty Nolte, Hazel Turner, Jemima Cook and Carol Pederson and guests were Ruby Kozak, Louise Balkovetz and Babe Maddox. Hazel Turner won high honors and Evelyn Simpson was low. Micky and Lorraine McFad- den of Whitehall were after noon visitors of her uncle Tom Marshall. Edna Mailey entertained at dinner for Ruth Miller and Ed Nolte of Silver Star and Evelyn Simpson. Marilyn Romeriz and son, Patrick of Butte visited with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Donegan, Sr. They were all dinner guests of Marilyn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Birdsill, Sr., in Sheridan. Visitors of Helen Talcott Mildred Ehlers and her were Floyd and Gladys Daven- mother, Mrs. Ann Reid spent port of Helena. time in Missoula visiting with --------- Mildred’s son, Dick Johnson. Rose Boyd and Ella Bridges visited with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Boyd and family in Silver Star for a family get- together. Weekend guests of Dick and Alice Dale were sons and daughters-in-law, John of Hel ena, Paul and Rhonda of Billings and Tad and Marilyn and children, Shannon and Jeremy from Dillon. ^ S A F E W A ^ F I L L Y O U R F R E E Z E R W I T H B E E F A S K Y O U R S A F E W A Y B U T C H E R . L A C E Y B R E D F E E D E R S . . . T H E S E L L I N ’ K I N D — Chase Hibbard Steben Livestock Inc. Cascade, Montana “ W e u s e d t o h i r e 6 p o t s t o h a u l o u r c a l v e s t o I o w a N o w i t t a k e s s e v e n — w i t h l e s s c a l v e s . \ “We purchased our first Lacey bulls in 1978.” We were pleased with the way they grew out and held up so the next fall I went over the records of the top bulls in the offering. I placed a lot of emphasis on maternal as well as growth ratios. We bought 10 bulls - many by “Great Scott” and put them to work in our cross bred operation (we run Hereford, Angus and Simmental). We gained 55 pounds in three years! \The Boadle calves are some of the best we’ve ever bought. Jim’s used the right kind of Herefords in his cross bred program. They’re sure worth the money.\ Kent Kerchal - Order Buyer - Producers, Sioux City, IA. Jim: “Our family has used Lacey bulls for nearly 30 years. We’ve topped the Omaha feeder show several times. Our Lacey bulls are also working back on the baldy cows we’ve kept. It’s increased our weaning weights from 465 to 535 pounds. They really work for us!” Jim Boadle Augusta, Montana 9 0 B u l l s - 2 0 R e p l a c e m e n t F e m a l e s S e l l T u e s d a y , N o v e m b e r 9 a t t h e R a n c h F e a t u r i n g t h e g e t o f S H A d v a n c e r 5 2 1 “G r e a t S c o t t ! \ In 4 4 H e r d s , w i t h o v e r 5 0 0 p r o g e n y r e p o r t e d , “ G R E A T S C O T T ” a d d e d 5 0 lb s . p e r c a l f . ( 1 9 8 2 r e p o r t ) » For Further Information LACEY HEREFORD RANCHES 3 Miles South George 406/288-3578 D R U M M O N D , M O N T A N A Rick' 406/288-3359