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Butte Montana Standard Newspaper Archives Aug 4 1957, Page 5

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Butte Montana Standard (Newspaper) - August 4, 1957, Butte, Montana Field Day events for service clubs arranged a variety of competitive events planned to give everyone who wants it a Chance for outdoor fun and exercise has been scheduled for the annual Butte inter service club Field Day wednesday at the Butte country club. Golfers May Start playing any time after 1 30 ., making up their own games. Scores will be taken on the 18th Green. Oliver Steele is in charge. A the program gets into full swing in the evening with a Horseshoe pitching contest starting at 5 30 of clock. Or. S. A. Saetre who is in charge has asked that each service club enter two teams of two men each in this event. A Golf driving contest will begin at 6 30 on the practice Fairway. It is open to All who wish to compete. W. P. Cooney in charge will furnish any further information required. Meanwhile softball will be in Progress with Howard Wing directing activities and play scheduled to Start at 4 30 Between nine Man teams from each club. Swimming teams of two men from each club May enter an inner tube paddle event starting at 6 Bernie Forham has supervision of this event. A Golf driving contest will begin at 6 30 on the practice Fairway. It is open to All who wish to compete. W. P. Cooney in charge will furnish any further information required. Meanwhile softball will be in Progress with Howard Wing directing activities and play scheduled to Start at 4 30 p. In. Between nine Man teams from each club. Swimming teams of two men from each club May enter an inner tube paddle event starting at 6 Bernie Forham has supervision of this event. Also at 6 of clock Archery Competition for All who wish to enter is scheduled under direction of Ron Allen. Competitors May shoot five nights of six arrows each with Only the highest score in each Case to be counted. At 8 Dinner will be served on the Lawn weather permitting. In this connection Dee Swanson has asked that information As to the number attending from each dub reach him before wednesday. Two unique after dinner events Are scheduled. Each club May enter As Many two Man teams As it can Muster in an egg throwing contest with Bud Murray in charge. Five men from each dub May enter a Beer drinking contest also slated for after dinner with no one in charge. Sharan Perkins # miss Perkins to Crown successor miss Sharan Perkins of Butte who has reigned Over the Naza Rene Young people of the Rocky Mountain District for the past year As a miss Nazarene of the year a will relinquish her title and Crown new Queen during the youth to Camp and Institute of the Church of the Nazarene. Campers at the Institute at Luccock Park from aug. 5 to 12 will select the new Queen. Miss Perkins was chosen at last years Camp by popular vote based on her spirituality personality personality participation in the Camp program and local and District Church activities. James Brown of Cheyenne wyo., was crowned the Nazarene King of the year. Miss Perkins is the daughter of or. And mrs. O. A. Perkins 2407 Harrison ave. She is sunday school teacher for primary girls in the local Church of the Nazarene., teenage president of the Nazarene Young Peoples society and Church pianist and also is stewardship Secretary in the District naps and editor of the teenage news column of the District Church Page. Major Coldwater gets citation air Force major Elliott Coldwater formerly of Anaconda and Butte has been awarded the commendation ribbon with Metal Pendant a for exceptional meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding the award was presented in Paris France by maj. Gen. Robinson director of the joint construction Agency a combined army Navy air Force engineering organization which manages a Multi million Dollar armed forces construction program in France and other european areas. The citation was presented to major Coldwater for his service As Engineer officer from september 1955 through May 1957. Among other things he was responsible for the review of All design directives received from the army Navy and air Force. He also translated directives into detailed design instructions in a program for constructing $200,000,-000 Worth of facilities for the armed forces. The citation says he a displayed initiative judgment. Technical competence and untiring Devotion to major Coldwater a graduate of Montana school of mines is the son of Lipman Coldwater of Anaconda. His wife is the daughter of mrs. De Rosenberg 58 w. Quartz Butte. Mining boy Back English poet Keats snorted Louisville Louisville by. a a brother and sister in Law of the English poet John Keats lived Here for several years. Keats however could work up Little poetic enthusiasm for mid America for frequently in his correspondence with his relatives Here he implied that Louisville must be a Boring place to live. Theodore r. Conroy or. Hugs his seven year old son Theodore after the boy walked out of the rugged Canyon scarred san Gabriel mountains near Azusa Calif. The youngster weary and foot sore had spent the night trying to scale an 8,000-foot Peak. He was whisked by helicopter from a Road Camp to which he had made his Way to the reunion with his father. Elks set annual picnic Outing John f. O Donnell exalted ruler of Butte Lodge of elks has announced the names of members who will arrange for the elks annual picnic scheduled sunday aug. 28, at the boy scout Camp. Gerald Harrington is chairman and James f. Mccarthy is co chairman. Other committee members Are George a. Mccracken. James s. Daly Lawrence g. Stimatz Victor Giachino Donald Macmillan John p. Doolan Leonard c. Run dle Allen Richie Chester my Quinn Frank e. Hamor Jerry j. Harrington Richard f. Heard Joseph Simonich Maurice Hennessy Joseph Holly Jan g. Janczyn James s. Hello Joseph p. King Emmett c. Lee Oscar Blixt John b. Mccaughey Francis p. Mcguirl George a. Malmo John p. Monahan a. R. Grefig John c both John p. Bonner James c. Garden Etalo Ciabattari Joseph r. Deshler William d. Kelly or. Also Harold p. Marron. Alfred r. Plachta Bernard p. Harrington Emmett t. Sullivan Robert Macmillan Harland j. Lowney William f. Brew Arthur e. Lewis Charles w. Krause Donald c Hancock. John a. Fabatz John p. Helehan Richard w. Hickox Robert j. Holland John Smith Thomas Kearney John Kelly Lars Larsen Homer a. La Heureux John h. Lively Charles j Mcgonigle Robert c. Mclelland James h. Hope Neil Morrissey Arlo Axelson Bernard Semmens Thomas j. Briney Andrew Batani Walter p. Cooney William t Duckham and John f. Green. The special Hunting trains on British railways for the packs of hounds and their handlers Are loaded and unloaded by signal horns. West Berlin is enjoying its lowest rate of unemployment in Many years with fewer than 100,-000 jobless persons compared with 150,000 last year. Montana Standard sunday August 4,1057�?s buy two Helena Rubinstein Beauty premiums save up to 50%. Limited time Only to Pritty i Rob Ltd buy color Toto shampoo washes Safe temporary Leolor lights in frat headlines non Greasy hair Cream for Lustre. 1.88 value. Both 1.25 buy silk Sheen hair Spray. Free color tone shampoo. 1.73 value. Both 1.35 buy perfume Spray deodorant free whits Magnolia talc. 1.63 value. Both 1.25 i buy Huft with super Raol fret Moonlight Mist eau do p Arf us. 3.00 1.50 fir ski can buy deep Cleanser liquid Cream penetrates deep Down free Quot herbal Quot skin lotion freshens and a a tightens pore 2.00 value. 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