Clipped From Montana Butte Standard
DILLON NOTES, DILLON, Aug. 20.—(Special)—D. A. Gait spent yesterday on the Madison, where he was attending to matters of business. Miss Alpha Farmer, who has been visiting 'at the home of her parents, Mv. and Mrs. W. J. Farmer, ipr the past month, is leaving this evening tor her home in Long Beach, Gal., where she Is In the office of the Community hospital. . Mrs. Claude Lay and daughter arrived arrived this morning from Eugene, Ore., and will spend the remainder of the summer visiting at the home o( Mrs. Lay's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. , . Mrs. John F. Bishop, Miss Jean Bishop and Mrs. Mildred Thompson have returned from West Yellowstone, Yellowstone, where they visited at the summer home of; Mr. and Mrs. James McGollum. A party composed of Mr. and -Mrs. Henry Hoffland, Mrs. H. D. Hll- dreth and Miss Dorothy Hlldreth returned last evening from a six- month tour ol western states. Earl Ebersteln was in town -yes-" terday from Butte, Frank Beerher spent the day in Dillon from his ranch home at Relchle. Dr. L. G. Dunlap.'was here today from Anaconda and was attending to professional business. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Dougherty and daughter of Chinook are guests at the Chester Hale home on the west side. Qeorge P. Hughes is spending the day In Dillon from Horse Prairie, Mrs. O. M. Best left today for Butte to, attend the grand chapter of the Eastern Star. Mrs. F. H. Best has as her guest her sister, Mrs. H. L. MacLaughlin of Evanston, HI. They will be Joined tomorrow by Mr. MacLaughlin and daughter, Lorraine, who are en routo from Yellowstone park. Lee England returned -last night from: Butte, where he hadvan injured injured eye treated.