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Independent Record (Newspaper) - December 24, 1961, Helena, Montana 24 IMf News Items From City of East Helena Rofer Nordsbl The girls wrapped gifts for Christmas Games were played ments were served by Janice White and Mrs Nordahl Officers for the group are president ley East of Helena Mr and Petek president Jack Dietrich Mr and Mrs Leu secretary Sharon Mr and Mrs Steve Petek their 40th wedding an- Sunday at a dinner party at the Colonial club At tending were Mr and Mrs Petek and Marie Girl Scouts treasurer Gerri gerald Other members Dianne Dietrich Julia Dolores Mason vice president sen white Caro presided at a meeting of Gavle Tbe next Scout Troop 22 Members decided aj be Jan 3 to send to CARE which will be sent to South Vietnam Hong Woman's Club Kong and Korea Flying Birds The Flying Blue Birds held devotions Dessert was served MM gifts were exchanged Lodge Mary Schwind will be hostess at a meeting of Pansy Rebekah Lodge No 57 at 8 p.m day at the home of Mrs Emi Carlson VfW Auxiliary A meeting of the Ladies ary to Post will be held at p.m Tuesday n the Methodist social hall Members are reminded by Lucille Stump membership chairman to There were 11 members dues to JoAnn Craig jent at a meeting and Christmas j treasurer before Dec 31 Hos of the East Helena i an's Club Friday at the home meeting and Christmas party Mrs 0 B Hammerstrom Mrs the home of their leader W Sitton gave the Christmas tosses will be Julie Dullum and Lucille Stump Pack Meeting A meeting of Cub Pack 111 trail On this holiest of days we extend OUT sincere wishes lor a very Merry Christmas Co OUR OWN HARDWARE men's hall The opening mony was presented by the den Dens 2 and 6 pre- skits All the dens in the trimming of a Christmas tree Francis White pre- sented awards to Ricky x assistant denner stripe Brad Luck denner and gold arrow N j Greg Mockel two gold arrows silver arrows Mike VanDiest assistant denner gold arrow Joe Graczyk denner and two-year Dennis Gorsich gold arrow I Randy Mockel two-year pin nie Vickers three-year pin David three-year pin Steve Hall gold arrow and denner Richard Vickers denner stripe Donald Trinka denner Lenny Mason assistant s denner Rod Sanders gold arrow and silver arrow Tom berg two silver arrows Kendall Broadwater denner bobcat pin s and first year pin Kenneth Lamping assistant denner Gary badge and year pin D o n n y Hoffman three-year pin and Steve Hagen three-year pin Davy Duel received a wolf badge and denner stripe Randy Vook gold arrow Craig Hagen J silver arrow and assistant ner Grant Sasek silver arrow 5 A skit was presented by Den 7 Den 4 gave the closing cere mony Santa Claus distributed treats wd daughter Gloria arrived from Long Beach Calif to spend the visiting their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Jack Dietrich and family and son-in-law and ter Mr and Mrs Larry and family in Helena Mrs Ray Schell and infant daughter Laura Rose were dis missed Monday from St John's Hospital Mrs Schell is the for- mer Gail Nordahl Tony Vook a patient at St Peter's Hospital for a month re- turned to his home Monday Mrs Stanley Van Diest and in- fant daughter Terrie Lou were dismissed Wednesday from St John's Hospital Linda Phillips Christy Screnar and Marlene Beyer students at Montana State University are spending the Christmas vacation visiting their parents and lies Mrs Gary Nordahl and Jean Ann were dismissed Wednesday from St Peter's Mrs Nordahl is the former Dorothy Duke Mrs Joe Sr returned Thursday from Bozeman where she spent a week visiting at the lome of her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Bert son and Cheryl Nicole Helfert daughter of Mr ind Mrs Nick Helfert arrived Thursday from Xavier Kan to the Christmas vacation She is a freshman at St Mary's College Albert H Rose a patient at the VA Hospital at Fort Harrison for five days returned to his home Friday Bernice DeBree was dismissed Wednesday from St Peter's pital where she was a surgical patient for two weeks Joan Screnar was dismissed Wednesday from St Peter's pital where she was a medical patient for a week Ira Cutler was a surgical tient at St Peter's Hospital Mrs Warren Leander and dren Kerry and Kurtis of Upland Calif are spending the holidays visiting her mother Bernice De- Your Pocketbook A TO Spendable Money Increases And Business Will Benefit By Faye How's your behavior as a con If yours is an average house hold and you were to total your spending for the acquisition your car and other big-ticket items like a refrigerator you discover you had a investment But if you wanted to sell all these you probably would able to raise only in cash These figures come from a re jort on Consumer Behavior in 1961 issued by the Foundation or Research on Human Behavior at Ann Arbor Mich If you followed the national pattern your spending for these terns increased 8 per cent from 1946 through 1955 then tapered off and increased by only 1 per cent over the past five years Do any of your possessions look If so the foundation is correct in predicting that n the next two or three years rour replacement needs will in- crease The big unanswered tion that business is seeking When will you step up your My desk is covered with fore William F Butler economist and vice president for New York's Chase Manhattan Bank sees you stepping up your buying of both goods and services by 7 per cent between now and next summer The National Industrial ence Board surveying 220 reports three-quarters of them expect to sell more Bree and other relatives Mrs Keith Robinson and son Larry Arthur were dismissed Personals j Thursday from St Peter's Mr and Mrs Frank Dietrich I pitaL sr 183 107 35 97 47 109 Kovich Thursday from St Mary's College at Xavier Kan to spend the holidays with her parents Mr and Mrs and other 1 relatives Mrs A B Smole a surgical patient at St John's Hospital returned to her home Saturday Reverse Run New Bern Pat White management forester for the Wildlife sources Commission did a take while driving in the National Forest near New Bern White saw a buck j deer chasing a small hound along I a road The deer chased the dog j for about a mile before i ing off into a wooded area White said The field emission micro- scope can see individual atoms But scientists want to see things like the atom nucleus i which is only the size of the atom No microscope yet invented can do that Lodge Meetings Masonic Helena No and stated communication Prictay Jan 5 at 1 p.m Wart In the Refreshments Morning Star No communication Wednesday Dec 27 8 p.m Kinp Solomon's Lodge No cial a ad stated communication Wednesday Jan 3 at p.m Work in the P C decree men ts Scottish Rite Regular meetings 2nd Thursday of each month Algeria Shrina Temple Regular meetings third Monday of month at ft p.m Eastern Star Miriam Chapter No 1 Stated meeting Jan 9 8 p.m Affiliation and Americanism program hour Sapphira Temple No 79 Daughters of the stated session Thursday Dec 28 8 p.m Josephine Hepner Chapter No Stated meeting Dec 19 8 p.m tion Christmas refreshments and social hour Knights of Columbus Helena Council No 844 Meets Thurs Dec 14 p.m for ner First degree initiation and Christmas party Dec 28 tor business Monthly first Saturday Communion breakfasts at Carroll College next one 8 1962 F O Eagles Helena Aerie No Ing 1st and 3rd Thursday Auxiliary regular meeting 2nd and 4th day Club room hours 10 to 2 B P O Elks meeting second fourth Tuesdays ol thr month ing this quarter than they did a year ago About half of them pre- dict the rise of new orders will go 10 per cent or more over figure Taking a more temperate view Leonard H Lempert of Statistical Indicators Associates sees an un- even course of an upswing We would appraise the odds of a continuing upswing during the remainder of 1961 as 8 in 10 After carefully studying our assets I am willing to predict an upswing in business and the bigr gest Christmas ever Here's Right this minute our income after taxes and adjusted for ing power for every man woman and child in this country equals This is 3 per cent higher than it was earlier this year and 1 per cent above last summer's peak And more spendable money is coming Because of the hikes in social security benefits some of us will have lion more to spend during the next 12 months These benefits o mainly fb little with the lowest income and the highest needs With the step- up in draftees with the step-up n defense outlays job les will increase meaning more spendable dollars Short Commute Clean JP Edward Olean's new mayor doesn't waste much time com- muting between his two jobs The back door of the women's apparel shop he operates is just 49 steps from the side door of City Hall Restocking of lands is required by law in land Norway Sweden Portugal and Switzerland DONT WORRY SANTA ANYONE CAN MAKE A Wrong Wrong Doesn't Too Too No matter just bring it bode to We'll cheerfully exchange it lor the right the right color or whatever is necessary We want you and Santa too to be You must be satisfied at Ragsdale A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS AND MANY HAPPY RETURNS From STORES m Helena Ratings Bridger Big Timber Cody Columbus Hardin Forsyth ball Lovell Livingston Lewistown Miles City Sheridan Dillon Douglas Gillette Worland e priest on a wound invader of Britain section wild oxen divert dial var ment volcano homes ing time petition solids bull of Egypt men tion conduit HORIZONTAL Pillar name aid large con- planet tinned story heavenly bodies in France warm Pope's latitudes triple torch of poetic Jupiter maiden to an ism card saint of sent by cripples buffoon of iove presidents a colloq of time joint comb form ship tion of Vishnu neat namn tial season thread and gaudy 88 native var in Georgia dary with courage flask for oil Feminine name 124 sound Pome fruit 128 Him at i mammal off Venezuela in the U S land chambers railways i colloq cotton fabrics in Muse of history 11 of maize meal frigate mackerel i var i 1 Dance step strength of tropical America deride of grasses garlands Forms small clusters in wool ment Tears d art form Irish clan vegetable 41 king ness Mongrel called Paul non- conductor iFr of mosaic tile substance Scot unfit for drinking 65 vegetable heroine psalmist 72 Italian saint Gather crops through effort 78 part of a whole de- a barber in Scotland foray sharp nails un- orthodox religion of the solin higher alcohols physician industrial basin Arabian chieftain i var i opera while poplar Mexican tree plant correct 114 ed drink direction abbr gradually 120 Variety of From All of Us at Valley Gravel Products YORK ROUTE A Christmas Prayer Let us pray that strength and courage abundant be given to all who work for a world of reason and ing that the good that lies in every man's heart may day by day be magnified that men will come to see more clearly not that which divides them but that which unites them that each hour may bring us closer to a final victory not nation over nation but of man over his own evils and weaknesses that the true spirit of this Christmas joy its beauty its hope and above all its ing live among us that the blessings of peace be ours the peace to build and grow to live in harmony and sympathy with others and to plan for the future with confidence E P LORANZ Mayor of Bandit Alley Wl
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