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   Billings Gazette (Newspaper) - July 8, 1951, Billings, Montana                                Sunday, July 8, 1951 THE BILLINGS GAZETTE 3s Married in IDakota Rites Glendlve, July verna sAnderson, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Perry Anderson of Manfred, N.D.j and Eugene L. Roberts, son of A. R. Laurie of Glendlve, were <.niarrled Sunday al Manfred. Rob- ierts is the district claim agent for ?the Northern Pacific railroad In and the bride is a former in the Glendive public schools. The Rev. Marvin Odland officiated at the double-ring cere- mony In the Vang Lutheran church. .'Dorothy Nertrost and Ethel Melby were bridesmaids and wore Identi- cal gowns of green and pink or- .gandy. .Robert Garmoe, fraternity broth- er bridegroom, and Philip Auble, both of Glendive, were the '.bridegroom's attendants. Peter and Donald Anderson, brothers of the bride, were ushers. 'r. A reception In the church parlors followed the ceremony. Mrs. Nels Nertrost cut the four-tiered wed- ding cake. Mrs. Ted Thorson and Mrs. Claude Wlesncr presided at the gift table and Ruth Anderson presided at the guest book. George P. Smith returned to Glendlve Saturday after spendhig Thursday and Friday in Mandan, N.D., where he attended the funeral :bf a nephew. Mrs. Frank Wenzel, Portland, Ore., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelly, .who is visiting in Glendive, was honored In the home of Mrs. Charles Healy Wednesday. Les Merrill was named president of the United Brotherhood of Car- penters and joiners of America, local 2425 of Glendive, during that group's meeting Saturday. Other officers named were Ivan. Soiland, vice president; Harold Nellan, re- cording secretary; Harvey Rogers, financial secretary; Louis Geiger, warden; Carl Idland, conductor; .John Schloss. business agent, and Grant Badley, Trustee. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hermann and 'sons of Washington, D.C., are visit- ing with Mrs. Hermann's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Harpster. The expect to be in Glendive 'three weeks. Mrs. Bob was hostess to the Cheres Amies club Tuesday. .Contract bridge avyards went to Mrs. Esther Meyers and Mrs. Ja'nie Warner. Guests at the Ray Wilkins home were Mr. and Mrs. Dec Dobbin of Sodus, N.Y., and Mrs. Q. H. Scott and children of Puyallup, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. George Wlnchell Jr., visited the last three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. George win- chell, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Small- wood, Sr., of Beattyville, Ky., are visiting iMr. and Mrs. A. B. Small wood. Gene Ruckman Is home on fur- lough from the United States army He Is stationed In Hanford, Wash Sy and Al Zabrockl returned tc Glendive after visiting Mr. and Mrs Joe Zabrocki in Cheney, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hutton left for a two-week vacatlo: At Fromberg Home; Many Guests Listed for Holiday Froijiberff, July 7.-BilIie Niedfelt and Mrs. Jess Tuggle, Mr.-and Mrs as host to seven of his frid was host to seven of his friends Mr. and Mrs. Emmett. Mrs Bill mar, Richard Kline, Dennis Rob- Graff and Mrs. Jack Hlgham of erts, Gary Bobbie and Donnle Red Lodge, B.IIUUI Dillworth and.John Nledfclt. C Mrs. Nick Fiest, Josephine and Joe Fiest are the guests of Mr. and Ats, Joe Fischer. The Fiest family a Ive In Foremost, Canada. Richard Hall Is home on fur- minima muauuii wuii Miss Faye Anderson and Miss her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Antone Min Anderson of Billings were Sun- day dinner guests of Mrs. C. R. Mr. and'Mrs.'Chel .Leach1 and :hlldren of Falrfleld are visiting Raymond Mars of Fort. Lewis, her mother, Mrs. Maude Arrlngton wash- sPent several days In From- V9125 SIZES beauty for ell your i Mes and dates! U's encriantin deep scoop o[ ne rs ow sweep and iffoop or a skirt. A x from that nan o[ neckline rlsht down to that glamour sr. gamour dress you must have! Paltern V3125 In sizes 12, H. 16. 18. 20. Size 16 takes yards 35-Inch iBbrlc: yards contrast. rs conras. This easy-to-use pattern gives perfect lit Complete. 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Now some of the collectors an rolling their the glasi out in the sun to take on the desirec purple hue. ding anniversary In their home north of Bloomfleld Sunday. Th assist ei Wll kin, Ardice Hill, Joane Ziegler and Carolyn Hill cut the cake. Francis Private James Kelly, stationed in Fort Jackson. SD., is home on fur- lough from the army this week. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Satter and son of Seattle were guests of Mr and Mrs.'B. A. Lee. daughter, Kathleen, who atten school in' also visited Miles City. ds been stationed at Fort Jackson, s.c" is home on furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Purvis of Beach, N.D., were guests of Mrs 'E. M. Schultz Sunday. Mrs. Claude Wiesner of Billings Guests of Mrs. Emma Twible Fr. day were Mrs. Franklin Baker and Baker of Livingston a Leone Johns and Erma Foot of Sa Francisco, Cal. Mrs. E. L. Popham and son, Lee Jr., of Arlington, va., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Popham. ttijijci Ul iiUllllgS Is visiting in the A. R. Laurie home Margot and Patricia Harstad 1 Mr. and Mrs, Lester H. were honored on their twenty-fifth wed. Tavinr ?lU'.n8s-. Mr- Potts, Sr.. of Fishtail I Taylor. Glendive Man LoveiyjyMooniight Birthday Party Honors.Youth t j i   nume on lur- viua accompanied ough visiting his parents, Mr. and Ml> and Mrs. Ralph Parker of WlS. A Hall HrldD'pl1 mi a (rtn Mis. C. A. Hall Mrs. Bernard Sutliff of Missoula ending a month's vacation with Bridger on a trip through Yellow- ilcne park. The Mack Emmett home was the scene of a no-host picnic Wednes- day noon. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Hagel were Mr. and Mrs. Vines Doll and their children. Bob and Sidney, of Portland, Ore. Saturday and "Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Hegel, Mr. ind Mrs. John Ott and children of Jdgar and the Doll family were in Yellowstone National park. Mrs, Charles Nelson entertained 21 members of the Women's Society of Christian Service at her home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. DeTour of Huntley were week-end guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Charles Phillips.. Mrs. Otielia Messer of Billings is visiting her daughter, Mrs J P Wetstein. Mrs. Mayme Rahreh left Wednes- day for Tacoma, Wash., to visit her son, Tony, and his family. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Skurdal and Paula accompanied Mr. and Mrs Gust Skurdal of Belmont on a va- cation trip to Saskatchewan, Can- ada. Mrs. Bud Strieker entertained the members of the Coffee club at' her home Thursday. Guests were Mrs Eldo Ellis, Mrs. Buckley and Mrs Tony Brilz. Mrs. Frank Buchanan and chil- dren returned to their home Thurs- day after visiting relatives in Ther- mopolls and Lucerne, Wyo. Guests of Mr. arid Mrs. Lida Wagner are Mr. and Mrs. Henri Lissner and Nancy of Artesia, Cal and Mrs. Etta Nelson. Sunday guests of Mrs. Jeanette Ross were Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Boyer of Billings, Mr. and Mrs. B, F Boyer, Jr., and children of Indian- apolis, Mr. and Mrs. Al Gore and Bob Gore of Billings. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Schomer and children, Donald and Cathy, visitec with Mrs. Grace Crossen. Mrs.Scho mer is a niece of Mrs. Crossen am was en route to her home in Coun- cil Bluffs, Iowa, after a five-week Mr. and 'Mrs. Tom Brewing to: berg on a return trip from Chi- cago have had as their guests her sister and Mrs. i. M and brother, Mr. Lewis of Butte a of San Diego, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. James Ross and daughter, Jeanlne, of Port ales, N.M. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hinsdale visit- spending a three-week vacatioi ed in Miles City Friday. Their 'n Fromberg and Red Lodge. Al and Glen Livingston ston. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. White am children of Sacramento, Cal.. let Sunday for their home after spend ing a week in Fromberg and Jollet A dinner party was given at C. R. Emmett home Friday honor- ing Mrs. Emmett and Mrs. Miki Freeman on their birthday. Guest: were Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Whit of Sacramento, arl Laughery, Mr. and Mrs. Free- Merry-Go-Round Cake, KattoonsAre Party tighteners fl i. 's, 1 Corolvnn Schelhlnc Carolynn Scheihlng, daughter of Mr. and MM. O. P. Scheihlng of 82? Park Hill drive, was hostess to group of young friends nt B party last Saturday afternoon Burkina her fifth birthday. The party WM at the home of her Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Mecklenburi of 107 Burlington avenue. A merry-go-round cake, clown cupcakes and helium-filled balloom were party features. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Dora Drlsco'll of and Walter Mecklenburg of Bozeman. In the front row, left to right', arc Bobby Jones, Tommy Sullivan, 'Sally Sullivan, Elaine Sollle, Cherlarm Carpenter and the hostess. Left to right in the middle row are Siule Kruidenelr, Doug Kruideneir, Elea- nor Sollie and Karen Sollie, and In the back are David Pippin, Lurry Kruidenelr, Patti Lynn Sollie, Carol Ten. Little Indians' Join Scotty 'Bertleson for Festivities _ ___' Ten young Indian warriors, fierce in tribal war-paint, joined Scatty Bertelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ber- nle Berlelson of 115 Clark avenue, In celebrating his eighth birthday Monday afternoon. Games and supper at the Bertel- son's outdoor fireplace followed a theater party. Pictured left to right In the front row are the host, Clark Wheeler and David Wendte. Tribesmen In the back row, left to right, are Billy and Bobby Fitzgerald, Jimmy Lowe, Mlkle Richards, Jimmy Spelman, Gary Gunter, Johnny Warner of Lincoln, Neb., and Gordon Russell. Anniversary Noted at Wibaux Party Wlbaux, July 7.-A group of about W friends from Wlbaux and Beach N.D., gathered at the home of Mr' and Mrs. Ervin Breltenfeldt on bunday for an anniversary surprise party. Mr. and Mrs, Breitenfeldt celebrated their twenty-fifth wed- ding anniversary June 30. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Stair re- urned from Havre, where they at- ended the Methodist conferen Family at Fishtail Gives Welcoming Party for Several Former Residents is kirk of Corona del Mar, Cat, Si Mrs. S. B. Kennedy Haydcn of Seattle and Mr, and Mrs. Mrs. Charles Kennedy of Dean George Potts. Jr.. of Jordan Vallpv Ore. Miss Norma Miller, daughter of Lloyd Miller of Bozeman, and Lloyd spent the week end visiting their Cooper of Dean, were married June iV.T T V fvenneay ol uean. George Potts, Jr., of Jordan Valley, Sunday they were guests at a picnic at the cabin of Mrs. Helena Davis lear Beehive. (lllu u.uju Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hufford and Cooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price returned Homer Cooper ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Darling left for vi. ubati, ntit; iimiuuu uunc ir Dm cjast- Helena thpv WPT-P parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Living- 29 at the Columbus Congregational guests of Mr and MrlT W sUton sln" churPh by the Rev. J. F. Ho'wlett, and Mrs. Carrie Hufford After a short trip, Mr. and Mrs. nd., attending school. Mrs- J- C. Barnes and Mrs. Pearl A ona N.Y. where Mr. Darling Fairburn of Billings visited Mrs. will continue his work as farm pro- Helen Fellows gram instructor. i, ii" ,7' George Potts, Sr., of Fishtail left for Mrs. Ronald Hauf of Edgar, Mr Seattle where Mr. and Mrs! Potts IEW VEL ENDS 9O% OF DISHWASHING WORK! DISHES GLEAM WITHOUT WASHING OR. lays Mis. Richard Smith of Minneapolis, Wrnnejola WASHING! MSHIS SOU C1EMI Just soak dishes awhile in Vel'a activated If a bit of food clings, a touch with a dish- cloth gets rid of ill NO WIPING! Take dishes from suds.'and rinse. Vel leaves no slippery KSWS am nntt fi1m' Dishes- glassware shine CTUSt without washing or wiping! Miracle of Mildness to your Hands! Now VEL is unbelievably MILD! And with this Vel way, your hands are in dishwater so Uttlof m tnA- QUICK AS A WINK AWAY FROM 7HE SINK. WITH VEL! M'SIWWJB SOWCUMI cut greaso faster, so pots and Pans shine without hard scouring! wrthotfwoshirxj orwffnq Absarokee, July 1.-A party f or will visit their son-in-law and several former residents was given daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry by Mr. and Mrs. Grant Hammond of Sclluff- Fishtail. The guests included Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kennedy and and Mrs. Oakley Parker .of, Fort children of Denver are imests of his Mr. and Mrs. Bragg, Cal, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sel- brothers and sisters-in-law Mr and 1Irs- Clifford S: kirk of Corona del Mar, Cat. Si Mrs. S. B. Kenmxw and 'M, c J, visited Mr. Lotta Church Picnic Is Attended by 50 at Reed Point Reed Point, July 50 per- sons attended a church picnic held at the Farr school grounds last Friday. A .potluck dinner was served, games were played and )rizes were given. From East Helena where they were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lotta and Smith of Bozeman uncles, Ambrose and Sal Brumlield, and his aunt, Mrs. Guthrie. Mr. and Mra, Carl Kiner of Laurel isited friends In Reed Point last iaturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Brumfield of Warren attended the V.F.W. meet- ng in Reed Point last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Williams of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose French. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Moholt returned o Glendive after spending the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Cooper at Dean. The Immanuel Lutheran circle met at the home of Mrs. Gabe Lien with Mrs. Chris Grosvold as hostess, Mrs. Frank Richards and daugh- ters of Upton, Wyo., are visiting Mr and Mrs. Joe Richards. Mr. and Mrs. R, M. Cockrum and children of Fairfield, Cal., are visit- ing Mrs. Cockrum's mother, Mrs. Jessie Schwenneker. Mrs. Agnes Kuno of Tacoma, Wash., is visiting her niece, Mrs Fred Kirch. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bakcn of Roscoe were hosts to 12 couples at a picnic supper, followed by canasta Honors went to Mrs. Sigurd Eggen and Henry Link, low to Carl Ostruin and Mrs. Henry Link. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Virginia Schroeder and son, Gars', and Carl Bascom of Billings. Mr. and Mrs. Gray Martine and family of Denver visited in Roscoe at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Arthun and In Absarokee with Mrs Marline's aunt, Mrs. Gladys Beas- ley. W.Va., visited Mrs. Williams' par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Wood Mr. and Mrs. Carl Imlay and Ginger Langhorst spent last Sun- day in Powell, Wyo., visiting at the Everett Imlay home. Edward West of Philadelphia and Mrs. Charles Blake of .Chicago Drother and sister of Virgil West lave returned to their homes after spending a week at the Virgil West Mr. and Mrs. Claude Fletcher and family of Roundup spent the week Brant. Jr' 
                            

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