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   Independent Record (Newspaper) - January 15, 1950, Helena, Montana                                Fourteen The Independent Record, Helena, Mont., Sunday, January "Winter Wonderland'9 Chanty Ball Date Approaches; Committees Busy With Details Plans are completed for the 1950 St. Peter's hospital Charity sail Jan. 21, Mrs. Owen Morris, sistant chairman of the novelty committee, will be assisted by Mrs. Noel Adams, May C. Bartos. announcpd. The decora-JMrs. William Bausch. Mrs. Edward thenie wil be "Winter Won-1 Bell. Mrs. Lorin Bradford. Mrs. J. ierlaad" and King Winter with IW. Brockway, Ethel Chandler, lis court will preside over the Mrs. Leslie Christison, Jane rrand march at o'clock. Mr. Cheadle, Mrs. Percy Dodds. Susan Mrs. Fred Padbury -will direct Eaker. Mrs. Charles Feldner. Mrs. march, which will be led by, Louis Forsell. Gertrude Goodman. lovernor and Mrs. John W. Bon- ier and Mayor and Mrs. Thomas F. Mrs. W. E. Harrisberger. Mrs. E. J. Kane. Mrs. Paul Keller, Mrs. Finneean. James E. Lasswell, Reta Rae Me- The" 12-piece Charity ball Vivian Mercer, Marguerite directed by George Frel- Moore, Mrs. Frank Keill, Mrs. burghaus, will provide musical en-, George O'Connell, Mrs. A. L. TO- rippoo-pc and on-1 Parks. lookers. Freiburghaus. personable Marguerite Quigley, Mrs. Donj voung Helena insurance man. will, Redpath, Florence T. Reid, Mrs. j act as master of ceremonies dur- Charles Richards. Mrs. Jack mg the dance. Amplifiers will be.Ricker, Pat Schmidt, Mrs. Arthur eet up around the ballroom toischott, Mrs. Kelsey Smith, Cloice .-arry the music and announce-1 Sponenburgh, Lois Storm, Flor- menti to erery portion of the large ence Thielen. Frances Tinker, Mrs. room. jHenry Tougas, Mrg. I. B. Wambem, The Identity of Old King Win-iMn. Leonard Young, Lois Huth. ter will be kept a secret nntll the j Mrs. Earle Ryan and Marie Hirsch. night of the ball, Mrs. Morris said. of the Helena Venture The actual decoration? will not be. club assisting on the committee described before the dance, but'are Esther Cape, Bernice Dolvln, they are guaranteed to please the J Barbara Hanson, Valencia Kaba- most critical eye. lin. Betty Lumpkin and Ida Ojo. An innovation in Charity balls! The following business firms Mrs. Leslie Walker Norms Mrs. Ben K. Vlberg Mrs. Peter Meloy Walt Mrs. Leif Erlckson NOVELTY AND COURTESY above are chairman and assistant chairman of the novelty and courtesy commmit- for the 1950 "Winter Wonderland" Charity ball, which will bo given Saturday night at the Civic Center. Mrs. Leslie Walker and her assistant, Mrs. E. Ulberg, head the novelty committee. 3Irs. Lief Erickson has Mrs. Peter Meloy as her assistant chairman for the courtesy committee Mr., Mrs. Anderson Honored by will be continuous music for dane- are co-operating with the noveltyj C-.__ JJ mg and shorter dances. The or- committee: Jorud Photo JCaflQ i The social hour following the chestra will play two selections j Mary Moore shop. Susan Eaker rather than the usual three In Book shop. Depot drug, Park cafe, each set. Richardson drug, East Helena and regular meeting of Scandinavian. Mrs Leif Erickson and her as- Cottage cafe, East Helena. [Fraterinty of America. Capital Bridge Hostess sistant, Mrs. Peter Meloy, chair-! The Coke bar will be maintained'ty lodge No. 200, honored Girl Scout Leaders, Several Clubs Meet in Townsend During Week; Bridge Parties Given Mrs. Howard Dogscett was host- men of the courtesv committee for j by Mrs. Lou Hoffman assisted by.E. Anderson and his bride, the ess Tuesday evening to her bridge the forthcoming 'ball have an- Mrs. Lawrence Miller. Jeanne former Rilla Best. John Linquwt.l club. Three tables were in play nounced their committee mem- Thomas. Barbara Berg. Susan representing the 17 guests from and after three changes refresh- UUV'CU J. J-i V JJ-HJ-U i 1 i J i hers. Thev Include Mrs. Newell' Chase, Joanne Piehl and xorma'Bntte lodges, presented the couple ments were served to Mrs. V il- Gough, Jr., Mrs. William A. i Wlttmayer. a place setting in their china [liam Gaab. Mrs. G. Ragen Mrs. 'pattern as did Oscar Baarson on [Gene McCarthy. Mrs. C. Kieck- Recent Bride Is Brown. Mrs. Russell Stiles and Mrs. John Marchi. Mrs. Erickson has announced that all patrons and patronesses have been invited and that GOT. and Mrs. John W. Bon- ner and Mayor and Mrs. Thomas Fmnegan have accepted invita- tions to be present. Mrs. Leslie Walker and Mrs.: Ben E. TJlberg, chairman and as-j pattern as 'behalf of the Helena group. Barbara Doggett. Mrs. Paul Honored By Rotana Club nest A. Johnson spoke briefly. The Ragen, Mrs. F. G. McCarthy, Mrs. meeting and party were held at George Zimmerman, Mrs. F. L. hall TV e d n e s d a y I Holloway, Mrs. Ray Ward and I Marx- Connors, members, and Mrs. 'the Eagles 'night. New officers for 1950 were H. G. Sterrett, a guest, substitut- that same beloved fra grance... in the new Blue Grass Hand Lotion v, Elizabeth Arden Hand Lotion in the beloved Blue Grass fragrance! No other lotinn so soothing... smoothing... loveh to use! It penetrates quickly, leaving a delicate perfume, with nu stickiness. Ask for this newest member of the favorite Blue Grass family. A delicious Elizabeth Arden shade of blue...in a pretty bottle. And as with all the Elizabeth Arden preparations, so little does so much! o'l U') Also 8 oz. 4 l 1 STARZ PHARMACY 21 West Sixth T, iThea Lybeck, chaplain; Members of the Helena Rotana club honored a recent bride former president of the group elected at the meeting. They are Mrs. Elvin M. Johnson, president; i Esther L. Johnson, vice president; Elsie financial secretary; i Fred Johnson, treasurer; Ardey rt- 7 Phillips, marshal; William Baar- evening at the Mon- _, tana where thev held a asslstf t prise dinner for Mrs. M. E. An. I Johnson. Inner guard: derson. the former Rilla Best. 'Berquist, outer guard; Mrs. Leon- A miniature bridal party of dolls Richard which white tapers and dainty L. Thompson, auditor, and Elvin M. Johnson, trustee. The Butte lodges invited the nosegays were arranged to carry I Helena group to come to the Mm- out the bridal theme. The Feb' 11' was highlighted by the wi_ll criebrate_it_s tlon of a silver platter to the hon- or guest. ling for Mrs. Frank T. Prizes for the evening is ere by Mrs. Sterrett, Mrs. Gaab and Mrs. Kieckbusch. Desert Bridge Mrs. A. V. Safley -ft as hostess Wednesday evening to her club at Neighborhood Club an S o'clock dessert bridge. Places Fuhs Mrs Paul Green and Mrs Hospitalized Veterans Visited Sunday By VFW Auxiliary Members of the ladies' auxiliary of Veterans of Foreign Wars ited Fort Harrison Sunday after- Mrs. Guy Ewing was hostess noon and distributed gifts to all Wednesday" afternoon to three patients at the veterans' admin- guests and the members of the, istration hospital. Two gift carts Neighborhood club, entertaining were taken throughout the hos- at the Mint at a o'clock des- sert bridge. Places were marked for Mrs. F. N. Weed, Mrs. W G. Kirscher and Mrs. Harry Houston, guests, and Mrs. W. H. Vennekolt. Mrs. Charles Ross, Mrs. Albert Schwab and Mrs. Sperling, mem- bers. Mrs. Vennekolt was the prize winner for the afternoon. BMP CInb Mrs. Claude Cartwright was hostess to the members of the BMP club Tuesday evening, enter- taining at an evening of bridge. Three changes were played and prizes' awarded to Mrs. M. K. Large Audience Enjoys Music Program Monday Mabel Miller Entertains Child Study Club With Talk on Books Mabel T. Miller, librarian at An appreciative audience fillod I Helena Public library, discussed the YWCA socftl room to capacity "Rooks for Pre-school Children" Monday night, when the music a of the child Study partment of the Helena Woman'sl _ club presented Milton II. at tlic hollie of Mrs' Francis Jr., pianist: Octjivia lluruldson. 7 1 9 North Jackson, Mon- voiliuist. and Lloyd Muslims. tenor I day iiif-hl. Memlieis were Inter- in an of music. Mrs 'Psted in her lews on comic books. Courser was cliairntaii tu i were acceptable me highly successful entertain utent. Guests artists were iniio- readinp; for younssters for the duced by Mrs. B. L. McFerran. jmost part. She doesn't of president of the Helena Woman's or other ghastly booki In cluu- I the "comic" tield, however. In the absence of the chair- Ciller told some of the man, Mrs. Fred Padbury. who was ill, Anna Bielenberg, secre'tary- fasciiiutine; stories to be found In regular children's books and men- treasurer, presided and rend books for mothers minutes of the previous nu-eting The-three talented artists pie-j Refreshments were served by sented a program ot beloved Rllsseii Fitzhugh, Mrs. Lloyd sical and semi-classical selections and Mvs. Don Merritt. Brown played selections from Chopin and Debussy. Mrs. Harald- son and Brown played the lengthy Greig concerto for violin and piano and Hughes sang several solos. The next meeting will be Feb. 13 at the home of Mrs. James Stinson, 1107 Eighth. Dr. O. M. Moore. Helena pediatrician, will The three combined their abilities! peak. for the concluding number. AVhat's in a Letter? Greeley, Greeley girradded Just one letter to her name when she was married. Mary Ise became Mrs. Robert Wise at a ceremony at Tahoe, Calif. PORTRAITS TAKEN IN YOUR HOME1 DOUG WORRELL For Appointment, Ph. 8082-J were marked for Mrs. George Kieckbusch, Mrs. Tom Watkin, Mrs. Verne Edwards. Mrs. T. F. Duffy, Mrs. Ted Kieckbusch. Mrs. Charles Tomcheck and Mrs. H. G. Sterrett. Thre rounds were played prizes b Mr8' and 11 will celebrate its SSth anni- versary. Mary Thomas of Bozeman, who, attended the dinner as a guest of tables were decorated with the club, gave a report to and white Dells Mrs. Safley and Kieckbusch. Mrs. Ted members on the plans for the 1950 Rotana convention. Mrs. Thomas streamers. Appropriate wedding] napkins added to the bridal show- will be chairman of the convention jer theme- Refreshments were when it convenes in Bozeman by the otficers. 14 through 16. i Music for dancing was furnished At a brief 'business Roseann Talsetn. There were Mary Booth was appointed dele- SO present at the meeting and gate to represent the club at a meeting of the Community Chest to be held Friday, Jan. 20. Re- ports were also heard from Lor- etta Albrecht and Vi Calmettes on the Christmas service presenta- tions made by members of the club, and from Mrs. Anderson, chairman of the milk committee. The next business meeting will be Jan. 24 in the Montana Power assembly room with Mary Booth and Agnes Carr as hostesses. Guests at the dinner were Mary Thomas, Anne Schneider, Edna M. Jones and Jane Hill. Host- esses for the evening were Ruth Griffith and June Bill. Mr, Mrs. Ralph Fifield Entertain Son's Wife, Granddaughter Houseguests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fifield. 517 Sixth, are Mrs. John G. Fifield, their daughter-in-law from Oceanside, Calif., and their granddaughter, Gail. Mrs. Fifield is the former Fern Brister of Alexandria, La. John Fifield is a master ser- geant in the U. S. marine corps and will join his family here after a tour of duty in the Arctic. social hour. The next meeting will be Jan. 25 at the Eagles hall. Newly elected officers will be installed at that time. Junior Auxiliary Plans Social Meeting Monday Junior auxiliary of Miriam chapter, OES, will hold a short business meeting at 8 o'clock to- morrow night in the Montana Power assembly room, to be fol- lowed by a social hour. Cards will be played and re- freshments served. The meeting is open to all Eastern Stars and a special invitation is extended to sojourning members in the city, Mrs. Murray Stebbins, president, said. Hostesses for the affair will be Mrs. Stebbins, Mrs. Otto Pier- sky, Mrs. O. M. Carlson, Mrs. G. E. Yetter, Mrs. Martin R. Clark and Mrs. R. M. Kendall. Norman Winestine Addresses Oro Fino Chapter Norman Winestine spoke on the Floyd Kirley. Others present were Mrs. Russell Stewart, Mrs. H. G. White, Mrs. William Zimmerman, members and Mrs. Phillip Whaley. pital and each patient selected his own gift in addition to cigarets and candy, A previous visit was made on Dec. IS. At that time three Christ- mas trees were trimmed for the wards and flowers were placed around the hospital. Those assisting with the visits were Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Heiser. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor, Mr and Mrs. F. W. Turner. Mrs. G. H. Blair, Mrs. Harry Athey. Mrs. Mat Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Berg. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Coyle, Hugh Broderick. Mrs. William Hazen, Krystyn Kuntz and Mrs. H. J. White. a guest. Refreshments were served Thursday Book Club Gertrude Hollenback will be i hostess to members of the Thurs- at the close of the evening. Committee Meeting day Book club at her home, 718 North Rodney, at o'clock Dessert luncheon will be followed Girl Scout leaders and members !bv a review by Mrs. W. L. Hig- of the troop committee met Tues-'Sins- day afternoon at the home of Mrs. j W. R. McElwee. Margaret Sand-! age, leader of the Brownie troop, i reported on the work accom-J plished since the beginning of i their meetings last fall >h eluded the maJdng of -avorsi for the local hospita Mafgh I ride and skating, pa i.uring] Christmas vacation. A 
                            

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