The Dillon Daily Tribune (Dillon, Mont.) 1941-1962, June 05, 1957, Image 6

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vï PAGE SIX THE DILLON,! MONTANA. DAILY TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1957 W ISE RIVER N E W S • Carol Martín Annual School Picnic Is Held The annual end-of-the-school- year picnic for the Wise River chil­ dren was held at Columbia Gar­ dens in Butte Wednesday. Mrs. Herschel Weils,. Mrs. Fred Miller, Lee Oldham and Mrs. Vem Sylves­ ter took cars. The school children attending were Nancy Johnson, Laurilee and Kandis Wells, Sherry Oldham, 'Dee Miller, and Loretta, Marlen, Sharon, Karen and Margie Brothers. Guests were' Jimmy Sims of Dewey, Mrs. Bob Gilmore, the teacher, Mrs. Carl Sevalstad and family, Jimmy and Ginger Sylvester and Sundra and Leslie Lynn Wells. I Mr. and Mrs. Verne Stanchfieid and Frank and Mrs. Ralph Hunt- ley went to Dillon Tuesday. Mrs. Leslie Jones and Mrs. Mary Martin and Carol went to Dillon Tuesday evening. Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Martin attended the public installation of officers of Eastern Star and Carol went to the show. Mr. and Mrs. Williss Davis and family were visitors in 'Whitehall Wednesday. Jim LaMarche was a supper guest at the Verne Stanchfieid ranch Friday evening. Dr. and Mrs. Allan Gold of Butte spent Wednesday at their summer cabin. They were also dinner guests at the Verne Stanchfieid ranch Wednesday. Dr. and ¡Mrs. Gold left Thursday evening on a trip to New York to attend a medi­ cal convention. James Kujala called at the Verne Stanchfieid ranch Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Duhame and family were visitors in Butte Wednesday. We are sorry to hear that Dean Stanchfieid has a severe case of the measles. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Huntley at­ tended the Stockgrower meetings in Butte a week ago. Billy Miles, Dana Miller and James Kujala were among mem­ bers of the senior class of Butte high school that graduated in com­ mencement exercises Tuesday eve­ ning, John Halvorson went to Dillon Friday. Mr. and 'Mrs. George DuBose and son Jimmy of Butte visited Fred Carlson over the weekend. Johnny and Donald Verbance of Glen called at the ¡Leslie Jones ranch Sunday. Mrs. Leona Johnson from Flor­ ida arrived Friday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Johnson. David Hickman went to Butte Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Potts made a business trip to Butte Wednes­ day. Maiy-Martha Circle At Gnose Home The Mary-Martha Circle met at the home of Mrs. Walter Gnose Thursday evening. Those present were Mesdames Jack Anderson, Vern Sylvester, Clyde Thompson, Fred Anderson, Ralph Huntley, Wallace Christiansen, Herschel Wells, Eva Jones, Verne Stanch­ fieid, Lawrence Bacon, Miss Alice Ralston, and the hostess, Mrs. Gnose. Mrs. Jack Anderson lead the discussion, which was about the United Nations. Mrs. Vem Sylvester gave the lesson. Refresh­ ments were served. The Sign of Better Perfoimance! • Chevron Gas • Chevron Diesel Fuel • RPM Motor Gils • RPM Delo Diesel Lube OÜ • RPM Greases Haralson Chevron Service College Motor Company Hildreth Oarage Harry Jensen—Distributor . Mrs.'Jack Anderson called at the Verne Stanchfieid ranch Sunday. Jim LaMarche called at the Mallon ranch Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stack and sons, Chuck and Billy and Laurilee 'Bums, all of Butte, were out to their summer cabin Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Richer, Mr. Henry Richer and Mrs. Elsie Dav­ enport, all of Butte, visited at the Ralston ranch Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Krizan and family and Mrs. Buash of Anacon­ da visited at the Verne Stanchfieid ranch Sunday. Clyde McNeal of Butte visited at the Mallon ranch Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ferguson and Bobby of Anaconda visited at the Fred Gill home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Sullivan of Butte were out to their summer cabin Sunday. Mrs. Eva Jones, Leslie Jones, and Lynn went to Dewey and to Wisdom Thursday. Lester Sages Will Move To -Missoula Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sage of Jackson visited at the Martin home and were dinner guests at the Herschel Wells home Saturday. They are leaving next week for Georgia to get a new school bus for BOHS. When they return, they are going to move to Missoula. Tick Bites Kandis Wells Mr. and Mrs. Jack Corr and family of Butte visited at the Her­ schel Wells home Thursday. Kan­ dis Wells returned to Butte with them to go to the doctor for a bad tick bite on the back of her neck. Bobby Corr visited at the Wells home until Sunday, when his par­ ents came after him. 'Mrs. Millie Mallon and Mrs. Lowell Mallon called at the home of Miss Alice Ralston Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dodgson and Laurel of Deer Lodge visited at the Mallon ranch Thursday and Friday. They also visited at the Verne Stanchfieid ranch. Mrs. Hannah Tope visited with Mrs. Eva Jones Wednesday. PETUNIAS - STOCKS SNAPDRAGONS These are in bud now and will bloom 'all summer! STEPHENS GREENHOUSE 508 Kentucky Avenue ‘ J O H N W E D O M ” Do You Know? - THAT ( § AS W A S U S E D FOR. HEAT, POW E R AND DO M E S T ICS IN 1882? Methods and time that have stood the test of time can always be depended on. W e pride ourselves upon the de­ pendability of our firm and products. for The BEST of EVERYTHING BERUERHEflDTLUmBERrCO u P H O N E 8 5 /it the /head D I L L O N , M O N T . <x¿ the Street The experts say: PLYMOUTH-YOUR OVER ALL BEST BUY 9 f T h e experts have seen ’em all, driven ’em all, tested ’em all, and they agree—the pick of the field is Plymouth. So don’t spend a penny on any car until you’ve read the documented Plym­ outh facts right here, right now—and driven the years-ahead Plymouth. VALUE WINNER CAR L IFE the family auto magazine, sums up its Mid-Year Report with these words: “CAR LIFE chooses Plymouth As to­ day’s Over-all Best Buy because we feel that it offers more and b etter transportation value than any other 1957 car regard­ less of price.” HANDLING WINNER Thel957MOTORTREND Award for “significant en­ gineering advancement” went to Chrysler Corpo­ ration, and Plymouth is their No. 1 car. It is for “Superior Handling and Roadability Qualities,” made possible by Torsion- Aire suspension. ECONOMY WINNER Plymouth swept its field in the Mobilgas Economy Run. . . won first place for economy in “Class A”— the division that included all the well-known low- priced cars! Plymouth is proved the big economy car of the low-price field! STYLING WINNER Dell’s 1957 CARS AN­ NUAL gives PLYM ­ OUTH the “Style Leader of the Year Award,” as . . . “Style Leader of the American Automotive In­ dustry.” Recognition from the experts of Plymouth’s superb styling, which has helped make it the world’s , most wanted car. Enjoy great TV entertainment from Plymouth! LAWRENCE WELK’S \TOP TUNES AND NEW TALENT.” See TV section for time and station. . . . the Car of Verified Value

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