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Butte Montana Standard (Newspaper) - August 4, 1957, Butte, Montana 4�?montana Standard sunday August 4, 1957 drowning victim is Laid to rest funeral service for u. Grant Baker who accidentally drowned in Meadow Lake near Ennis last sunday were conducted saturday afternoon in Richards funeral Home. The Rev. Allen Bennett officiated. Interment was in Sunset memorial gardens. James Bagley Eugene Delaserna. Bill Snyder Ivan Patterson Richard Simon and Robert Gardner were the pallbearers. Mrs. Allen Bennett accompanied by mrs. Annie Berryman Sang a god understands and a beyond the Sunset during the services. Many friends were on hand to final tribute to or. Baker. Butte so optimists discuss picnic plans for a picnic were discussed at a regular weekly meeting of the Butte so Optimist club wednesday in the hotel Finlen. Those present included Marion Anderson Wilda Axelson Jennie Bull Erma Hord Tana Keith Mary Lamb Frances Manuell Victoria Paul Elsie Palmer Isabel Parsons Faye Perry Maybell Rockefeller. Julia Spier la Steele Eileen Sullivan. Virginia Suydam. Dorothy Williams and Anna May Fink. Jack c. Mero funeral services for Jack c. Mero were conducted saturday afternoon in Richards funeral Home. Bishop John d. Ford officiated at the rites of the Church of Jesus Christ of latter Day saints. Burial was in Sunset memorial gardens. There were Many friends present. A the old rugged Crpss and a in the Garden were Sung by Bernard Bretherton accompanied by mrs. Annie Berryman. Pallbearers included George Pokett Donald Pokett Earl Pokett William Willoughby James Murinko and w. C. Mccall. Business follows wherever they go Shoreham it. a a former new Jersey couple engaged in restoration of old masterpieces picture framing and Fine furniture repair Haven to been Able to avoid completely the 10-hour, seven Day work Wek they thought was behind them on moving Here. Or. And mrs. Winston Dibble have set up Headquarters in a renovated barn behind their Home. It was because their business grew to big in Englewood n. J., and in new York that they moved Here. But professional artists and Art connoisseurs still seek their help. Mrs. Dibble handles the painting and her husband the mechanical work of cutting and joining lumber for frames. Death summons Stanley Waters Stanley Waters lifelong resident and one of the City s masonic leaders died suddenly Friday night. A stationary Engineer he had worked Friday and was on his Way Home when stricken. The Waters Home is at 420 n. Jackson. Born in Butte he lived Here All his life except for the time spent in the service during world War i. He started with the Anaconda company in 1913 and became a hoisting Engineer in 1917. He was a member of the operating engineers Union local 375. Or. Waters was a past master of Monitor Lodge no. 35, of amp am. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Richards funeral Home. The survivors include the widow Minnie Brothers in Law and sister in Law or. And mrs. William Jones of Oregon City Ore., and Pete Vidack of Butte cousins Leonard and Stuart Waters and Mildred Ralph All of Butte nephews and nieces or. And mrs. John Evans and or. And mrs. William Evans of Butte James Elledge of Browne a Gulch and or. And mrs. E. Evans of Muncie ind. William Storbeck succumbs Here funeral services for William Henry Storbeck who died saturday will be conducted monday at 2 of clock in Whites funeral Home and burial will be in mount Moriah cemetery. The longtime railroader died in a local Hospital after a Brief illness. Or. Storbeck retired several years ago after 15 years employment at a Montana Power substation. Prior to that he spent 33 years with the Union Pacific railway of which he served about 25 years As a Roundhouse Foreman. A native of Michigan he came to Butte with his parents As a child and was educated in local schools. A 32nd degree Mason or. Storbeck was a member of Summit Valley Lodge no. 123, of amp am the scottish rite and the shrine. His wife died seven years ago. I there Are a son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. William Storbeck of Spokane son in Law and i daughter or. And mrs. R. L. Gibbs of Butte Sisters mrs. Hattie Austin and mrs. Margaret Wishon of los Angeles brother in Law r. A. Blakely Butte grandsons Ralph Raymond Gibbs of Butte and Kenneth and Robert Mcleod of Spokane and several nephews nieces and cousins. Discuss planned atomic merchantman try this to avoid irregularity on your vacation trip take along a bos of Kellogg All bran. Eat a serving h cup with milk ovary morning. This gives you All the natural laxative bulk you need daily to keep on schedule. Delicious inexpensive ready to eat Kellogg s All bran. Also available in the aluminium foil a a individual packages at restaurants along the Way. Confessed Strangler May visit his wife grave Minneapolis in a a Tucson Ariz. Man who admitted strangling his 33-year-old wife then expressed a wish to visit her grave probably will be granted the request sunday police said saturday. Kenneth Miller 40, named in an Arizona first degree murder warrant remained in jail Here while funeral services were held at Cannon Falls Minn. Saturday for his wife Marilyn who was found strangled in her Tucson apartment earlier this week. Mrs. Millier formerly lived in Cannon Falls. Miller was arrested in a Minneapolis hotel Friday by detectives who had gone to a hotel room seeking another Man wanted on a Check charge. Charles j. Wetherille Minneapolis detective inspector said Miller gave a statement admitting he strangled his wife during an argument july 24. King of Norway becomes 85 Oslo Norway up a King Haakon Vii the oldest reigning Monarch in the world celebrates his 85th birthday quietly Here saturday. The aged and ailing King spent the Day in the privacy of his apartment at the Royal Palace. Visiting diplomats and politicians wrote their names in the visitors Book at the Palace but did not get to see the King. There were no ceremonies but flags flew throughout the City. David Tolson David Tolson of the Hennessy Annex succumbed in a local Hospital saturday morning following an extended illness. He had been a Miner since arriving Here to years ago. A native of Scotland he received his education there before coming to this country As a Young Man. He first settled in Mullan Idaho. Or. Tolson was a member of Butte miners Union. The survivors Are his wife Alma son David jr., Butte Mother mrs. Elizabeth Kondella Kennewick Wash. Brothers and Sisters in Law Robert Tolson of Yakima Wash., or. And mrs. William Tolson of Mullan or. And mrs. Tom Tolson in Scotland and or. And mrs. James Tolson in Pennsylvania and a brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. John Kos Kinen of Kennewick and a sister in Canada. Others include a step son in Law and stepdaughter or. And mrs. Kenneth West of Butte Stepsons and stepdaughters in Law or. And mrs. Robert Conway and or. And mrs. Richard Conway in California and mrs. And mrs. Russell Conway in great Falls and several aunts cousins nephews and nieces. The body is in Whites funeral Home. Mrs. H. Lucas Dorothy l. Lucas wife of John h. Lucas of 917 w. Mercury died following a lingering illness Friday night in a local Hospital. The couple moved to Butte several months ago from Portland Ore. Mrs. Lucas was born in Essex England and came to the u. S. With her parents. She received her Early education at Riverside Calif., and was married in Turlock Calif. Whites funeral Home is arranging last rites. Besides the widower survivors include two sons and daughters in Law or. And mrs. Kenneth Lucas and or. And mrs. Glenn Lucas Butte brother and sister in Law or. And mrs. Stewart Macdonald of Turlock brother in Law and sister in Law or. And mrs. W. H. Watkins of California grandchildren Keith Kenneth Loralee and Pamela Lucas of Butte and a Niece Ruth Macdonald of Turlock. Ann Walsh joins daughter in death mrs. Ann Walsh 210 n. Clark widow of Walter Walsh died saturday in a local Hospital following an illness. Mrs. Walsh a resident of Butte for 40 years was a native of Paisley Scotland. Or. Walsh died Here several years ago. On july 17, a daughter of mrs. Walsh mrs. Delia Walsh Christy a resident of Oregon died Here while visiting her Mother. Mrs. Walsh was a member of immaculate Conception Parish the ladies Catholic benevolent assn., the Navy mothers and the veterans of foreign wars auxiliary. Surviving relatives include sons and daughters in Law or. And mrs. Lewis Strauss chairman of the atomic Energy commission Points out a feature of the planned merchant ship on an artists sketch during a discussion in Washington of the new Type Craft with maritime administrator Clarence g. Morse. The government plans to let the contract for the nuclear powered merchantman Early this fall and have it at sea in 1960. John j. Walsh and or. And mrs. Walter c. Walsh Butte sons in Laws and daughters or. And mrs. Norman Larsen Butte and Clyda Christy of Warrenton Ore. Brothers and Sisters in Law or. And mrs. John j. Lavelle Butte and or. And mrs. James Lavelle Paisley Scotland Brothers in Law and Sisters or. And mrs. Robert Connell red Lake Park pa., and mrs. James Carrigan of Paisley. Eleven grandchildren and four great grandchildren and numerous nephews nieces and cousins in new York and Ohio also survive. The body is in the Duggan Merrill mortuary. Family leaves haunted House Tulsa okla. Up or. And mrs. C. V. Wilkinson and their 12-year-old daughter packed their belongings Friday and moved out of the House they claim is a a haunted by an electrical phenomenon. A a in a about to crack up mrs. Wilkinson said. A i wish someone would come Forward and Tell us what a causing All the family thought their troubles had ended thursday after Wilkinson an Oil company employee dug up water pipes around the House and removed a new Metal Fence he believed responsible for creating a magnetic Field. The family slept in their car thursday night after tables and chairs went on a weird a a dance and overturned. They Are puzzled As to what a causing electrical plugs to blow up without being connected a sweeper to go on an aimless course through the House and various household articles to Start hopping around. The a a mystery has damaged their $1,300 electric Organ caused the refrigerator motor to blow out twice and knocked the clock from its shelf six times. Wilkinson said he had lived on the property for 23 years without prior incident until this month. A we done to know if the thing is a magnetic Field uranium an old Gas pocket under the ground or said Wilkinson a but it has us completely unnerved Ani so upset we can to live a Normal life Here. We re a 100,000 ton Tanker carries 34 million gallon of crude Oil. When refined As gasoline this would fill the tanks of 782,000 automobiles. Deer Lodge news phone 116-j Thelma Kantner correspondent circulation mrs. Roy Benett phone 303-w police court has 73 arrests 73 convictions Deer Lodge a in his july monthly report for the police court for the City of Deer Lodge police judge de Penman shows that there were 73 convictions out of 73 cases that came before the court. Moneys received from fines and Bonds forfeited in police court amounted to $405. Traffic court fines and Bonds forfeited amounted to $166, making a total collected and turned into the City treasurer of $571. There were la jail sentences imposed and nine suspended jail sentences. Sell Chatt iness and daughter Gold Creek Norman Johnson mrs. Wayne Neubauer and son mrs. Jack Perkins and son Frank Young Garrison Carl Bentcik Joseph Prata Edward Wilson George Miller Mary Ann Koffler mrs. Robert Wyckoff and daughter Donna Gallant mrs. Jennie Evans Thomas Tavenner and mrs. Charles Best and son. Two departments have funds again Washington a the de lense and agriculture depts. Which had been without authority to spend any Money since wednesday Midnight a had funds again saturday. President Eisenhower signed Bills Friday to operate the two departments for the 12 months which began july i. Both had been operating on temporary spending authority from july i to july 31 because of their regular appropriations Bills were stalled by civil rights debate in the Senate. The defense dept got $33,759,-850,000. Eisenhower a original request had been for $36,128,000,000. The agric tune dept and the farm credit administration were Given $3,666,543,757. The original request had been for $3,965,446,-617. V Jelm Hospital news Deer Lodge a reports from the St. Joseph Hospital show three babies were born. Or. And mrs. Charles Best became the parents of a boy on july 27 on july 26 a girl was born to or. And mrs. Robert Wyckoff and a son was born to or. And mrs. Robert Barker of Drummond on july 31. Admissions included Dan Barton Avon James Manley Joseph Prats Missoula Eylar Bierman Carl Bentcik Edward Wilson George Miller Anaconda mrs. Robert Jones John Mcfadden Garrison mrs. E. B. Hanson Robert Barker Drummond Thomas Tavenner mrs. Charles Lunce Ford miss Jeanette fair Minneapolis mrs. Mary Sullivan Minneapolis Russell Chamness Gold Creek Donna Gallant William Mcintosh Avon and William Long Avon. Those dismissed were mrs. Rus Ward rites held Deer Lodge a funeral services for Wynn Ward were held thursday afternoon from the Ross funeral Home. The Rev. Charles Warren of the christain Church officiated. Caske bearers were Jack Albee Oscar Stav Art Murphy Kenneth Smith. John Brunett and con Warren. Burial was in Hillcrest cemetery. Tracks have guests Deer Lodge a or. And mrs. Carl Beisbarth of St. Louis mo., have been the House guests for a few Days at the Home of or. And mrs. Warren Trask. Mrs. Beisbarth is the Niece of or. Trask being the former miss Dorcas Beery. Her Mother mrs. G. C. Beery or. Traskus sister is also a guest at the Trask Home. Mrs Beery now resides in Palo Alto Calif. Grogan Robinson lumber co. Phone 3197 855 South Washington hot chocolate Weston super Mare eng. a the heat wave Here has even effected automatic vending machines. A woman put a Coin into a machine Friday and got a Stream of melted chocolate instead of a bar. Fabulous new style Diamond mrs. Violet Paul funeral services were held saturday afternoon in the Duggan Merrill mortuary for mrs. Violet Paul of Maiden Rock. The Rev. Ronald Hallett officiated. During the services Elsie Richards accompanied by Pearl Littlejohn Sang a abide with me a Quot in the Garden and a sometime Well interment was in mount Moriah cemetery. A special car was required to convey the Many Floral tributes to the cemetery. Pallbearers were Clarence smarted Quilty. John Woolcock Hubert Pierce Richard Clark and Ceasar Cortese. Noah l. Mccollum the funeral service for Noah l. Mccollum who passed away in Portland. Ore., while on vacation was held saturday afternoon in Whites funeral Home with the Rev. B. G. Jacobson officiating. George Bawden accompanied by Florence Jordan Sang a the lord s prayer and a just As i out of town relatives and friends attended the funeral and a special car was required to convey the Floral tributes to Sunset memorial gardens where the Rev. Jacobson spoke the committal prayers. Pallbearers were Daniel Baker w. V. Mccracken Harold White Elmer Hansen Richard Hoffman and Norman Mattson. Flood Relief fund Washington up president Eisenhower saturday allocated $1,370,000 for flood and Tornado Relief in Missouri Illinois and North Dakota. Backache amp nerve tension secondary to kidney irritation Kew York zip Iclal thank to new a dentine Laboratory formulation thousands of Man and women now escape feeling old tired. Irritable and depressed from losing Steep and worrying about bladder weakness a jetting punt Gnu or bed wetting too frequent burning and itching urination or btrongl01oudy urine due of common Al deny or bladder irritation which often result in secondary backache. Headache and nervousness. In such eases new improved Oyster usually Elvaa. Quick calming Relief by combating irritating germs in acid urine mid by relaxing analgesic pain Relief. Over a billion Oyster tablets used proves safety for Young and old get Laboratory tested and certified Oyster at druggist today. See How much hotter you feel tomorrow. Money Back guarantor final reductions regrouping of jackets summer dress values to $13.95. Going for. $ Coo s295 sport shirts Long and Short sleeves broken lots regrouped. Values to $6.95. Stock up for school. Slacks sizes 29,30 and 31 Only. Values to $19.95. Going for. Alterations extra Slacks others reduced up to .33�?T/3% buy two pair and save. Select from one of the finest Stock s in the City. Pyjamas 1/m Drift broken lots and sizes a. / do i i in 23 Only summer Caps. Values to b a $1.95. Out they Spier s men s store 17 North main phone 2-1761 Chuck Richards remo Rochelle All sales final 100% pure Cashmere. First touch of a fabulous fall Milium lined for year round Wear pure buttery soft Cashmere. Perfect witness to your refined taste. Lends itself magnificently to the wrapped coat and modified slim Silhouette. This imported Cashmere with Milium lining provides the luxuries of cozy warmth and downy Light Ness. Glamorous colors beige russet Coral or Navy. Sizes 8 to 16. 89.98 woman s Coats second floor a easiest credit terms in town jewellers

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