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r\ PAGE FOUR THE DILLON, MONTANA, DAILY TRIBUNE WEDNESDAY, AUGU ST 14,1957 Lima News... Win. Morden and sons Johnny and Bobble of Missoula visited Mr. Morden’s mother Mrs. Anna Swa-1 boda last week. Johnny is home on a 30 day leave from his base near i Tacoma, Wash. | Mr. and Mis. Wilson McNinch of Clearfield, Utah, are the parents of a baby boy born Aug. 2 at Clearfield. He comes as a compan ion to a brother Melvin. Mrs. Hazel McNinch is his grandmother. Max Merrell and Mrs. Marion Merrell accompanied Marion Mer rell to Dillon Sunday where Mar ion entered Barrett hospital for medical care. i OUR BIG SALE CONTINUES! Everything milady wants for dress-up, casual or back- to-school wear at wonderful savings! DRESSES — DRESSES Women's dresses for % -price and less. All mater ials priced from 3 . 9 5 Children’s dresses reduced Vi, you can now ... 2 5 % save SHORTY PAJAMAS Now at a savings . 2 5 % ALL HATS REDUCED Your choice I A fY entire stock ....... JL*UU Save, save, save — reduced prices on blouses, skirts, sweaters, bras and girdles! Former Lima Boy Is Chosen For Officers Training Mike Berry of Cucamonga, Calif, and Hawie Braught and Roger Fuller of Ontario, Calif., are visit- iting at the homes of Roger’s grandmothers, Mrs. Hazel Franks and Mrs. Nadine Fuller for a few days. Roger Fuller has been ac cepted by the U. S. Navy for the Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps. Navy recruiting officials said Fuller has been awarded a Navy scholarship that provides him a four year Navy subsidized education in any one of the 52 designated colleges and universi ties. He will be appointed midship man U.S.N.R. on enrollment and receive cash allowance at the rate of $50 per month to assist in de fraying such expenses as board and room. On graduation Fuller will be commissioned as ensign and will be ordered to active duty with the fleet or if qualified may be assign ed to flight\ training if he desires. Roger Fuller and one other boy, Gary Thrail of Ontario were chos en from a large number of appli cants being selected for outstand ing students in high school with high physical qualifications and potential leadership. Roger Fuller is | a former Lima boy and is the son of the former Ollie Franks Fuller and the late Norman Fuller. W ISE RIVER NEWS • Carol Martin Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dodgson and daughter Laurel of Deer Lodge were dinner guests at the Mallon ranch Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill HlaiNi of Butte spent the weekend at their cabin up Wise River. \ Mrs. Herschel Wells and Leslie Lynn were shoppers in Butte last Monday. 'Mrs. Beverly Keith and Mrs. Sammy Keith of Ramsey visited at the Walter Gnose Home Sunday. Mrs. May Page and Miss Dor othy Spellman of Anaconda were visitors at the Ralston ranch Sun day. Ray Osier of Butte spent Sun day working on his summer cabin which he is building by the Wise River near Fred Carlsons. Duane Ellwood and Janet, Lynn Jones, Carol Martin and Katherine Hersht went swimming and attend ed the dance in Jackson at the Diamond Bar Inn Saturday. HAZEL'S Style and Beauty Shop Andrus Hotel Building ^ THAT'S MY f DRUG STORE. MINE T O O / WE HAVE ALL OUR PRE5CR,DT,O N i riuED AT MITCHELL DRUG Spray Curl Control by Max Factor No permanents . . . no sticky sprays, no nightly 1 f f f l pin-ups .................... A » t l v Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Leake and children Fred and Ellen Kay left for their home at Bountiful, Utah Sunday. They went by way of j Jackson Hole, Wyo. ’They have been visiting relatives here for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bernard and children left for Salmon, Friday to spend several days. Jennifer Empey went to Arimo, Ida., Saturday to visit her grand parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. Bybee. (Mrs. Mary Morris went to Butte last week for a few days visit and to do some shopping. Miss Nellie McKnight of Helena visited the past week with Mr. and j Mrs. Pascal Bimat. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gravely and daughters left for Missoula Monday where Mrs. Gravely will have a medical checkup. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie McNinch were accompanied to the uranium mine in Big Sheep Creek Basin by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Foster and Mrs. Pete Peterson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon William son Jr. and son Jimmie of Dillon spent Saturday evening and Sun day with, his parents Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Williamson Sr. Mrs. R. F. Bammert and daugh ters Carolyn and Nancy spent Fri day in Dillon. Mrs. Hazel Franks returned Fri day from Butte where she spent a week visiting her sister Mrs. Anna Barber. Mrs. Harold Weeks returned from Barrett hospital Saturday with her baby daughter Debra Kay who came as a companion to a sis ter Becky. Mrs. Felsie Peyre, Miss Nellie McKnight and Mr. and Mrs. Pas cal Bimat visited at the homes of M r .. and Mrs. Harold Peterson, Mrs. Viola Sweeney and Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Whitworth in Big Sheep Creek Basin Sunday. Mr. and' Mrs. Paul Gustafesbn and children and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Proctor spent Monday at Elk- horn Hot Springs. Mr. and Mrs. James Brown and family were shopping in Dillon Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James Black of Pocatello visited friends and rela tives in Lima and Sage Creek over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hoskins and family moved to Deer Lodge Mon day. Mrs. Hoskins and children will spend a week in Downey, Ida., be fore taking up the new residence. Mr. and Mrs. Don Bramlette and children Tommy and Mary visited over the weekend in Fort Benton with Don’s mother and other rela tives. Mrs. Gallagher Dies In California Word was received of the death of Mrs. Richard Gallagher in Cal ifornia Aug. 2. Burial was beside her husband, the late Richard (Dick) Gallagher at Santa Monica, Calif. The Gallaghers were old time ranchers in this area, having owned and operated the ranch now. owned by J. E. Anderson north of Dell and a ranch at Snowline now owned by the Wayne Montgomerys south of Lima. Mr. Gallagher pre- ceeded her in death shortly after they moved to Santa Monica. Bear Trees Prospector It has been reported that a rabid bear treed a prospector on the vic inity of Alder Creek Lakes. The prospector was not hurt, but his pack was destroyed and he was kept up the tree for several hours. Visitors at the Mallon ranch last week included, Hilly; Miles on Tuesday; Mrs. Vem Sylvester and family Wednesday; Mr, and Mrs. Fred Gill, Mrs. Tex Clark and twins, Friday ; Mr, and Mrs. Arvid Coleman and Jane of Bufte Satur day; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bukema of Butte and Mr .and Mrs. Olin Staton and Dean of Anaconda on Sunday. DEL’S POULTRY WILL BOY ALL YOUR OLD HENS AND SPRINGERS Experienced Culling' Done Free Truck Will Call - Phone Collect PHONE: JACKSON 2-0808 IDAHO FALLS I (Mrs. Glen Holbrook and Linda, Mrs. Helen Rush, Josephine, Si- i dona and Martin motored to Idaho Falls Thursday to visit relatives. ■Miss Jeanne Rust of Pocatello and Miss Bonnie Bybee of Arimo, Ida., spent the weekend in Lima with relatives. | Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Iverson and family of Missoula and Jack Brown of Wisdom picnicked in Boulder Sunday. The Don Bram- lettes visited with them on their way home from Fort Benton. Mrs. Herbert Sweeney and small son Herbert James Jr., were dis missed from the hospital in Butte last week. Her mother, Mrs. J. P. Sa'ttines of Klamath Falls; Ore., who has been here for the past two months, left for hex home Tuesday. ■Hersdhell Wells and daughters undra and Laurilee were shoppers in Butte Monday. Leslie Jones made a trip to Dil lon Monday. Mr. and Mrs, Babe Schumaker of Butte and Charles Ralston cal led at the Verne Stanchfield ranch Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Christ iansen of Fishtrap became the par ents of a daughter bom Wednes day. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thompson have named their new daughter, Laurene. Sunday visitors alt the Fred Gill home Included Dee, Billy and Chub Stockton of French Gulch, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hempell, Sr,, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hempell Jr. and family of Butte. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Koenig and family and Mary Lou Hildreth of Dillon visited at the Mallon ranch Saturday. Kathy Koenig returned home with her parents after spend ing a week visiting at the ranch. | Mrs. Art Munson of- Anaconda spent Saturday night at the Wal ter Gnose home. She came to Wise River with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Muson of Bozeman who had spent Saturday visiting at Anaconda. | Mrs. Virginia Wells of Boulder, Colo., spent Monday and Tuesday ; visiting at .the Herschel Wells home. Mr .and Mrs. Bob Ellwood and Duane and Katherine Hersht of Missoula spent the weekend visit ing with Mrs. Eva Jones. Janet Ellwood returned home with them after spending a part of the sum- fner visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Jones. Saturday they all attended the wedding of Miss Helen Jones in Anaconda. Mr: and Mrs. Norman Risohe and daughters Pauline and Norma and son Jerry of Anchorage, Alas ka, were dinner guests at the Verne Stanchfield ranch Monday evening. They came to Montana to spend some time with Mrs. Ris- che’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Paddock of Fishtrap. Other visit- lors last week were Dr. and Mrs. j Allan Gold of Butte and Mr. and Mrs. Olin Staton of Anaconda and : Johnny Masonovich of Butte who I spent the weekend. B O Y S S T A T E H B ) S C A R S F O R V I R G I N I A C I T Y T R f • Caravan will assemble at Western Montana College of Education at 10:00 a. m. Sunday morning, Aug. 18th. • Caravan leaves at 10:30 a. m. and. will «arrive back in Dillon at 5:00 p. m. C A L L BEAVERHEAD C H A M B E R O F C O M M E R C E TELEPHONE 411 Do Vou Know? 'JOHN WEDUM \ -THAT THE ONLY ACTIVE IN THE IS MT. LASSEN, LOCATED IN CALIFORNIA . I ■ j4W ¿¡Msasrafeasss' Only \PROPER A C T IO N \ dt the right time will help you to overcome your everyday problems. The proper action with building or remodeling problems is to \dump 'em\ on US! for Tire BEST of EVERYTHING BERUERHERDILURIBERTCO L P H O N E 8 5 /i t ttie /¿ectet D I L L O N , M O N T . the, Street A t t e n t i o n Y o u t h o f B e a v e r h e a d C o u n t y : IN ORDER TO PROVIDE ENTERTAINMENT of interest to the largest number of Beaverhead County youth, the Fair Board asks that you indicate your interests on the blank below. M A IL TO: BEAVERHEAD C O U N T Y FAIR, Box 912, Dillon, Montana. In order to be considered in the planning, all blanks must be in the hands of the Fair Board by 5:00 p. m., Mon day, August 19. 7 PREFERENCE BLANK A t the regular Saturday afternoon entertainment show on August 31,1 would like to enter: (_.) One or more Youth Horse Races. (Riders 18 or under) (__) Two-Horse, 4-wheeled Buggy Race (open to «(rivers of any age) (__) Barrel Race (Riders 18 or under (._) Tractor Driving Contest (Drivers 12 thru 21) (__) Package Race (Riders 18 or under) Name of Contestant ____ _________ ________ 1___________ A d d r e s s __ _________ _ _____ ; ___________ _____ ; _______ A g e ------------ (Must be given for planning purposes) elegant Orion and Dynel coats with the look and feel of luxurious fur... the full, sweeping coat in charcoal, seal brown, platinum, beige or carmel. sizes 8 to 16, 5 9 ^ * * the mink-look cape stole and loqg wrap stole in azure white, platinum grey, sand beige or ranch mink brown. each, , 3 4 95 We Give and W e Redeem United Trading Stamps