The Dillon Daily Tribune (Dillon, Mont.) 1941-1962, August 05, 1942, Image 2

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PAGE TWO THE DILLON DAILY TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 5, 1942 The DILLON DAILY TRIBUNE Published by The Tribune Publishing Co. Albert Erickson, Publisher. Subscription Rates in*Advance One Year . ....... . ......... Six Months ..... Three Months ■. ....... Per Week ...... . ........... Entered asvfieeond class matter June 12, 1886, a t the postoffice, at Dillon, Montana, under the act of March 3, 1879, National Advertising, represen­ tative, The American Press Association. Telephone 66 ..$2.50 1.25 .65 ,05 ployed at the air port in G reat! MRS. LUCY LAWRENCE Falls. ¡WEDS AT CHOTEAU Leo Walsh of Butte visited on \ Wisdom—(Special)—Mrs. Lucy Sunday with Mrs. : Walsh and , ^w rence of Wisdom jrnd James daughter, Sheila Gay,, who are Old of Walkerville exchanged vows spending the haying season in the i\ the Method^ church in Cho. 'teau on Saturday, July 25. Mr. Big Hole. Among residents of Anaconda who are vacationing in the hay fields are Jim Anderson who is stacking on his brother Jack's ranch and Mr. and Mrs. Ray York who are working on the Charley York ranch. and Mrs. Kenneth' of Choteau, brother-in-law and sister of \the bride, Were in attendance. Mrs. Old is a native of the Big Hole and the daughter of Weidori Else. Mr. Old . is a veteran of the first World war and has made his home in Walkerville-for many Dan Tucker, who has been em- yearg Wjth his parents. Mr. and ployed for two years on the Fred Mrj} James Qld are &t home tb their friends at 20 Rose street, Walkerville. Mrs. Old has many George Oliver of Salmon, Idaho visited the Big Hole this week where Walter White is pasturing cattle for him on the Gordon Knowles ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Capehart and Mrs. Stewart Capehart mo­ tored to Sand Point, Idaho the last of the week. They were met there by Stewart Capehart and spent Sunday together. Stewart is work­ ing at Coeur d’Alene. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Anderson,; who are employed on the P and O ranch in the Dillon vicinity, were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schneidter in Wisdom. Cloyd Wampler who was called to Rochester, Minn., several weeks ago by the serious illness of his sister, Mrs. Jessie Smith of Butte, returned to Wisdom Monday. Mrs. Cecile Hirschy of Butte is spending the haying season with Mr. and Mrs. Ted Woodward. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Stone qf Anaconda were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Anderson. Clayton Huntley went to Butte on Monday with George Helming to visit his dentist. William Holm visited his par­ ents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Holm, over the week end. He is employ­ ed with the Union Construction company which has just complet­ ed a job in Missoula and is em- . Hirschy ranch, took his final ex aminations for the U. S. military service in Dillon. Monday. His son, Larry, had gone to make his home in Cody, Wyo., with Mr. Tucker’s sister, Mrs. Dora Martin. ] Lambert Eliel is among those ; who are spending their Sundays j in the Big Hole helping to put up I the hay on the ‘'Fred Hirschy ! ranches. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wedum j of Dillon also took a hand in this work last Sunday. friends in the Big Hole who wish every happiness to the newly­ weds. DANCE HALL USED FOR WHEAT STORAGE Helena — (U.P.) — Montana farmers are using everything and every place available t o ’store their wheat, including a dance pavilion. One state official, who recently Ray Miller of Pomeroy, Ohio [ returned from a trip of Eastern was a guest several days last week j Montana, said he saw in Brush ! at the hTfrne of his uncle, C. E. i Lake, Sheridan county, a dance | Miller and family on the U—U j hall and an old hotel being braced l ranch. He was accompanied on 1 to store wheat. his motor trip by Bert Calvin. | ___________________ Both boys are expecting to join | Mrs. Tony Schultz of Long the military service in the very j Beach, Calif., is visiting here with near future. j her father, J. D. Berry. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson j ,and son, Teddy, were Butte visi- j tors on Friday. Notwithstanding a shortage of competent help in the Big Hole hay fields, a very good crop is going up rapidly. Fred Hirschy has already completed operations on the Hirschy home place and the Jorgensen ranch and moved to the Dudley place on Tuesday. Several young men from the Wisdom vicinity went to Dillon Monday for physical examina- I tions, including Nick Helterline, 'Chester Ritchel and Cy Hall. Chaplains with the U. S. armed forces are using chalices made of goldplate over an iron base. SUBSCRIBE for the TRIBUNE OFFICIAL CALL FOR CONVENTION OF THE REPUBLICAN COUNTY CEN­ TRAL COMMITTEE OF BEAVERHEAD COUNTY, MONTANA Pursuant to the provisions of Section 662, Revised ‘Codes of Montana, 1935, a Convention of the Beaverhead County, Montana, Republican Central Committee will be held at the Courthouse, Dillon, Montana, on the 21st day of August, 1942, for the purpose of electing a Chairman, Secretary and other officers, and a State Committeeman and a State Com- mitteewoman, and for the tran­ saction of such other business as may properly come before said Meeting. Dated at Dillon, Montana, this 5th day of August, 1942. SAM W. DITTY, Chairman, Republican County Central Committee of, Beaverhead County, Montana. LIFE'S LIKE THAT By FRED NEHER / “I'm sorry, sir, but that’s the last one we have left and we’re saving it for the foursome of George Gosman, H. M. Brundage, “ \ Leonard Schulz and A. M. Jones.” * DILLON SKETCHES By WILL DANCH \It’s a funny thing, but the pants I buy for Henry always seem to fit me better than they do him.” MUTT AND JEFF— Is This a Court, or a Lonely Hearts Agency, I Ask You \ By BUD FISHER ~ ~~ - By GENE BYRNES

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