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Butte Anaconda Montana Standard (Newspaper) - July 16, 1966, Butte-Anaconda, MontanaMy mom has mailed her entries to the Standard Post magic land recipe contest i sure Hope she wins she sure is a Good Cook. Dear aim Landers in be been burning about this for weeks and finally decided to write and get it off my Chest. My husband and i had a Small dinner party a few Days before mothers Day. We Are All couples in our Middle 30s. Every Man in the crowd makes Ait least $35,000 a year. Hie women started to talk a bout Mother s Day and whether or not it made any difference if they were remembered by their husbands As Well As their children. Two of the women said Frey would feel very Hurt if their husbands forgot them on mothers Day. One woman said she resented the whole bit a that Mother s Day was a commercial Holiday manufactured by merchants and she care less. I said its the thought that counts and any Little gift a even a single Rose a would be appreciated. Well on mothers Day guess what my husband gave me a single Rose. I done to know if this is his idea of a joke but i was very disappointed. He bought his own Mother a pure Affek Robe that must have Cost $100. What do you think of this no laughing matter dear no laughing obviously you were playing to the gallery and you did t mean what you said a single Rose Means Quot i love you Quot but its apparent that you d rather have had the Cash. A a a dear Ann Landers May i say a a Amend to your admonition to parents not to deprive their children of the pleasure of per Aofia accomplishments. So Many mothers and fathers to Start on doing things Over for their children or they demand a degree of perfection that is impossible to attain As a music teacher i have had a great Deal of experience with such parents. Before sewing plastic material make certain that your a Needle will not Mick rubbing it with a Little Talcum or French Chalk will keep it smooth the Mother who feels she must sit beside her children when they practice the piano to make certain All mistakes Are recognized and corrected destroys something very precious. Small wonder so Many kids hate to practice. Children should be left alone to enjoy their efforts. They Youw be praised and encouraged not harped at and criticized. The youngster who is driven and pushed May be an achiever but the one who gets parental approval is far happier. A Birds Eye View dear Bird thank you for your letter. It provided me with an Opportunity to get this idea before my readers once again and i appreciate it. Dear Ann Landers we have been married four years. This is my first marriage and my husband was a widower. His wife died six years before we were married. She is buried about 500 Miles from Here. In August we Are taking our first real vacation since our honeymoon. My husband wants to drive 500 Miles to visit his wife a grave. I am Hurt to think that head rather spend his vacation with something out of the past than with me. Am i wrong to refuse to go a . K. Dear e. C. A when you say a spend his vacation visiting his wife a grave you Are distorting the facts. Surely your husband did not suggest a vacation at the grave. Your husband probably wants to return to the City where he and his first wife once lived he would of course visit his wife a grave which is perfectly All right. By All Means make the trip with him. And when he goes to the cemetery do something else for a few hours if excessive drinking is wrecking your health or destroying someone you love Send for Ann Landers Booklet. A help for hie alcoholic a enclosing with your request 20 Rente in Coin and along self addressed stamped envelope Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of this newspaper enclosing a stamped self add Essed envelope. Comings and goings by Peggy Verstappen Madeline Bonner daughter of or. And mrs. Edward o. Bonner. 136 Center returned Home tuesday from Aix in Provence France where she studied for a year at the Institute for american universities. Accompanying her was Pamela Coughlin. San Beradino Calif. In addition to their College work the Young women toured Europe. Mrs. H. D. Sultzer jr., accompanied by her children Duke. Tommy Gretchen and Karl Witchita kan., arrived in town yesterday to visit with her parents or. And mrs. To j. Murray 1321 w. Platinum and with maj. Sultzer a parents. Or. And mrs. H. D. Sultzer. 633 w. Quartz. Mrs. Dennie Ray and her children Michael and Patricia Portland Ore. Are the House guests of mrs Ryan a parents or. And mrs. Joseph j. Mccaffery jr., 820 w Mercury. Visiting or. And mrs. E. J. Guay and their daughter Emily 1206 w. Gold Are mrs. Lee Mcfarland and her son Billy Whittier Calif. Mrs. Charles Gordon san Jose Calif., is visiting her brother in Law and sister in Law. Or. And mrs Fisher Gordon 514 . Jackson. James Baldwin. Bellflower Calif., is spending the summer at the l. S. Stadler country Home at Lake Placid. Or Baldwin is mrs. Stadler a Nephew. May i have one Mommy Michelle Baltezar 3, is All set to fitted her entry to the standards taste one of her mothers delicious magic land recipe contest which grandmas filled cookies. Her Broth closes sunday at Midnight. Staffer Mark 12, is also an interested photo by Jim Oset Spectator. Mrs. William Baltezar sub new residence forms setting for Mack family reunion Hor the pleasure of their you emr. And mrs. Conrad urge is who were visiting be from Woonsocket r.i., \ and mrs John Mack were its at a family reunion at sir new residence 3000 ath do Lane. Attending were or. And mrs. Mes Lowney and family an Onda mrs. Frances Mack fiver maj. And mrs. L. J. Scant and family Mobile i. Or. End mrs. Edward a Nellis and son Corpus Chris Texas or. And mrs. Daniel Omavi and children Helena Chelle Mack. Gonzaga uni a sity Spokane. And from Butte or. And mrs. Robert. Livingston mrs. Agnes Starkey. Mrs. H. A. Malliet or. And mrs John h. Mack or. And Christopher and Liane Mack. Club enjoys picnic the White shrine study club enjoyed Ite annual picnic tuesday evening at the Home of or. And mrs. Charles pro vis 1800 Monroe. Twenty six members and guests were present. A beaten egg fills about four Tablespoons. So if you want to Cut a recipe in half that Calls for one beaten egg use just two Tablespoon auxiliary names committee chairmen the auxiliary to veterans of foreign wars met recently with Lillian Smith president in a charge. The following committee chairmen were named youth. Dollie Gratzer membership Betty Sullivan legislative Jean Coyne cancer drive Abbie Spencer americanism and. Community service Edythe Skewes loyalty Day Clara Mcgary Hospital and rehabilitation. Nellie pen Hale publicity Irene Fenton. The annual picnic of the auxiliary and Post is set for aug 7th. Delegates to the National convention to be held in new York aug. 19-26 Are Edythe Skewes Nellie Penhale and Lillian Smith alternates elected include Irene Fenton Betty Sullivan and Clara Mcgary. Dobbs Silver event marked or and mrs. Charlea e. Dobbs were recently honoured on the occasion of their 25th. Wadding anniversary with a family dinner in the treasure state room of the Fininen. Mrs. Fred Woolmer mrs. Dobbsn sister was the hostess. A Silver and. White theme was carried out in the table decorations with covers for 14 guests. Out of towners attending were or. And mrs. John e wild and family Helena. After the dinner., the1 Dobbs entertained at an informal party at their Home 1234 steel. Rotary Exchange students from Australia Kerry Edwards left and Janette Morgan took Over a big sky country brochure Art the local chamber of Commerce. Staff photo australian Exchange students visit City two 18 year o4d australian Young women paid Butte a fleeting visit this week. International rotary Exchange students Janette Morgan Albany and Kerry Edwards. Perth were guests at the d j. Mclaughlin Home. 3402 Quincy during their whirlwind tour of the mining City. Exchange students Are chosen by their Loca rotary dubs on the basis of scholarship leadership and personality. Their enthusiasm for this country is boundless mostly because of the warm reception they have received from All the Pence they have stayed with across the country. Both finished High school last december. However they have attended . Schools since their arrival and find them vastly different from Theta own. They consider their educational system much tougher scholastically than ours theirs consists of seven years primary education three years of High school then a big stiff exam those who a Usa this Only 46 per rent do go to High school tor two More Yean and then on to College. Miss Morgan and miss Edwards gave the impression they were having the time of their lives. When asked if they Hadnot Stella and the stars saturday july 16 born today you Are a Man or woman of action. Enforced idleness is something you cannot abide and to you rest and. Relaxation Are Anonymous with work the restlessness Thart is yours when you Are not Busy puts a tremendous Strain on your nervous system and for this reason you Are better off working longer and harder than most. Even your actions and Brief holidays must be filled with plans and projects otherwise you return from them More frayed than when they began let. Your birthday Star to your daily guide. Cancer june 22-july 23 you should be Able to peek Toto the future today and gain an interesting slant on the direction your career should take. A word to the Wise Leo july 24-aug. 23 Don t let your determination to succeed in your career Cloud your vision to the Point where you neglect your personal life. Make this a family Day. Virgo aug 24-Spet. 23 the Wise Virgo will gratefully accept and fulfil the Humble task before insisting on being allowed to tackle the More demanding one. Libra sept. 24-oct 23 a purely social Day for the Libra who has been Wise enough to leave employment problems on the employment scene. Keep entertainment Mode rate. Scorpio a Tat 24-nov 22 a no Sharp business dealings today if you value your personal relationships spend time with family and friends Sagittarius nov. 23-dec. 22 a get out and see people today. The Sagittarius who a a holes up for the Day May miss out on a valuable Opportunity to make a Friend Capricorn dec. 23 Jan. 20 a done to take your own in senior Regent Enrols daughter Bute chapter 1429, women of the Moose held its chapter night meeting with Genevieve Custin. Senior Regent presiding and enrolling her daughter Norreen Bahr As a new member. Marion Finch presented the scrap Book to Clara Dean Lewis Junior graduate Regent. Plans were discussed for collecting clothing and old Nylon stockings for the Montana training school at Boulder. Anyone wishing to help with this project is asked to Call a1 Kramer chairman. 792-8707. Cora Rader won the evenings award refreshments were served by the officers. Divi duality out on others remember that they have their own inter cities to live up to live and let live aquarius Jan 21-feb 19 a avoid using others to your own advantage seek Aid that is Mutual and you and another should profit Well. Pisces feb 20-March 21 a make your week end contacts of a different sort from those of other Days. Keep business associates at arms length tor a change Aries March 22-april 20 a a trusted confidant could mean a great Deal to you. Today. Done to try to shoulder All your responsibilities alone Taurus april 21-Mav 21 a make the most of any Opportunity to spend time with children there s much to be gained from keeping an Eye and an ear on the younger generation gemini May 22-june 21 put on a show of optimism today even if you. Feel quite otherwise others depend upon your pleasant and pleasing response to plans it happened in Montana Boom in sidewalks eur Ditoto to the own miss a Tomb of 4, Lite truthfulness of the aphorism relative to the Force of example a at present being demonstrated in a most agreeable and popular manner in various parts of the City. A few weeks ago several enterprising and philanthropic citizens began the construction of sidewalks in front of their respective premises. The example set proved to be contagious for now almost every lot owner in the City is either putting Down new sidewalks or else repairing the old ones. Some complaining growlers seem to think that instead of being made of planks and scantling the walks should be constructed of Brick or flagging. Butte to great Falls of 45.40 $9.75 round trip departures 4 a time 4 hours inter Mountas transportation company Butte pm. 723-3287 a been a bit homesick they an could we be with All the great swered a positively not. How new friends we be met a Jim held formerly of Hennessy a a Beauty Salon now at Tho powder puff Beauty Salon m North Mala cordially Turtle hit former to Eab Jim at 792-4521 for your appointments. Enter your favorite recipe today contest entries close sunday july 17,19ih Standard Post magic land recipe contest entry Blank classifications 1. Breads 5. Meats 2. Cheese and or egg dishes 6. Salads and soups 3. Pies and puddings 7. Vegetables 4. Fish and poultry title of recipe. General a ingredients 8. Casserole dishes number of Servings the Warar Ecol a directions or method mail enfried to the Standard Post it woman a editor not later than sun., july 17, Imp. Name add res phone number Assam a Foh a Montana Standard-post�?5 Huttt Ara Conde Montara saturday july 14 pm not All roses woman a mid a t

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