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Butte Montana Standard (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Butte, Montana Montana Standard Butte monday morning december 12, 1932. 3shake up in Republican party leadership expected after Hoover retirement l 1936 candidate presidents attitude on party reorganization is doubtful. Deer Lodge Bureau Zazzu Pitts. Film comedienne. Ill dinner held for bodies of Coal miners removed dead on coast Veteran Dies at fort Harrison Louis Newman former mayor of great Falls Havre. Dies. Washington Doc. Republican leaders arc inclined to defer reorganization moves until after March 4 when the Hoover administration yields office to the newly elected democratic regime. Majority opinion seemed to favor a shake up but also a postponement of action until after March 4. The attitude of president Hoover toward further political activity and reorganization of the party machine is a question of considerable speculation and doubt. However some Republican regulars As Well As the independents who supported governor Roosevelt in the last Campaign Are scanning the Field for other possibilities i in 1936. Tile name of Secretary Mills and James Wadsworth of new York and senators Reed of Pennsylvania. Watson of Indiana and Mcnary of j Oregon already Are heard in the 1 party discussions. In the speculation about a Republican reorganization considerable interest was shown Over a meeting yesterday Between Charles d. Hilles of new York former National chairman and a group of Senate j republicans. Rumblings of revolt Are heard in the House against the leadership of representative Snell of new York who was one of the mainstays in j the Hoover organization during thelast Campaign. Any move against Snell is not expected to develop in the near future however if at All. Thomas Shugrue Garnet mining District. Succumbs to illness. Deer Lodge. Dec. special a Thomas Shugrue 72, died this afternoon at fort Harrison. He was an sex service Man and has been a patient at the Hospital since july-19. Surviving him Are two Sisters. Mrs. J. B. Hay and mrs. Greenan of Helena. Funeral services will be held in Deer Lodge the time to be announced later. Or. Shugrue was a Miner by occupation and had been doing work on his claims at Garnet when taken ill. L. C. Boedecker of the american legion Powell Post no. To left for Helena to make arrangements for military service Here. Or. Sugrue has Many friends in the Flint Creek and Deer Lodge Valley who will regret to hear of his passing. Los Angeles dec. Tda Louis Newman 65, former mayor of two Montana cities. Great Falls and Havre and a former democratic state senator in Montana died at Iris Home Here yesterday j he was elected mayor of Havre in 1904 and was mayor of great Falls from 1920 to 1922. Newman came to los Angeles in 1925 and engaged in the wholesale grocery business until he retired in 1931. The funeral will be held Here monday. Los Angeles. Dec. 11-in a serious condition As a result of complications following an abdominal operation. Zazzu Pitts screen j comedienne will pass the crisis of her illness within the next three Days her physician said today. Quot miss Pitts is seriously sick but there is no immediate danger and nothing to indicate that we cannot Hope for the Best a said or. Edwin Larson. A she spent an uncomfortable Day and it was necessary to football team Yancey. Ky., dec. Hpe Rescue Crews today removed the bodies of the last of 23 Coal miners posts filled by Grid men of Hamilton High school Are honoured at banquet. Whose lives were snuffed out in an explosion in the Zero mine late yesterday. Man pleads Cuilty in University shooting Hamilton. Dec. special., i Hie first string men of the Ham use opiates to quiet her but under j Elton he h Hooks Champion foot the conditions this is not unusual. Hall 5quad grrr honoured guests at a dinner thursday evening Given relatives of the victims mingled with mine officials High up on the Side of Black Mountain As four i Rescue teams that had worked feverishly All night returned to the surface to end any Hope some might have survived the explosion. Jefferson county treasurer High school Board appointed. Boulder. Dec. special a tile county commissioners of Jef h a m i to n by or. And mrs. Herbert Hayward at their South third Street Home. George h. Blakeslee Don Foss and Ralph so Roo coaches and j. W. Corvallis great Falls. Dec. up>�? Louis Newman who died at los Angeles yesterday held several offices during has residence Here and was a director of two great Falls Banks and one at. Carter. Of lore saves Hunter As besides having been mayor at Havre and great Falls he twice was elected president of the great Falls chamber of Commerce was Active in irrigation programs and was elected to the legislature from Cascade county in 1918. He also was prominent in masonic circles. The widow a daughter Bernice and two sons Edward and Arthur survive him. Jackson Convent is badly damaged by fire Cumberland r. I., dec. Pic fire said by officials to have been caused by explosion of heating apparatus in the basement heavily damaged the Convent of St. Patrick s roman Catholic Church in the Valley Falls District today. Fire officials estimated the loss at $25,000. Ennis Ennis. Dec. special a mrs. Torn Lane entertained the members of the Maderi card club at her Home tuesday afternoon i following several hours at Bridge luncheon was served for mrs. Roy Taylor. Mrs. Floyd Linton. Mrs. 1 John Krauss mrs. Jack Northway mrs. Harry Wiles mrs. Mac Bates i and mrs. Oscar Clark. Or. And mrs. Charles Rodgers of Sheridan spent sunday As the guests of the t. A. Hutchins and 1 James Shewmaker families. Or. And mrs. Frank Bough a j companies by mrs. Bough jr., of Manhattan were guests of or. Anc mrs. J m. Love sunday. Or. And mrs. L. Potter proprietors of Meadow Lake inn motored to twin Bridges sunday where they visited with their daughter mrs. Gus Jones and family. Deer Lodge. Dec. special be. R. Hopkins a Deer Lodge Hunter and trapper of wide experience saved himself from being caught in the blizzard which raged Here tuesday by his knowledge of animal life and being Able to interpret correctly the signs of the coming storm found in the Woods he declared yesterday As he was preparing for another trip to the mountains. Early tuesday morning or. Hopkins discovered the tracks of a Coyote on bags Creek six Miles East of Deer Lodge and followed it for several Miles until he was satisfied the animal was headed for the Willows along Deer Lodge River. Tim Hunter then changed his course to parallel the Valley to prove his the Jory Correct and soon ran across tracks made by coyotes in the new i Snow All leading directly toward the natural shelter along the River. Or. Hopkins was convinced that a i severe storm was brewing and hurried Home in time to escape All but the first hour of the storm. Jackson. Dec. 11.�? special it a mrs. John Krause entertained the Jackson Bridge club at her Home thursday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Eel Anderson who had been guests at the Home of or. And mrs. John Anderson for a week left for san Francisco wednesday. Hiram Lapham is in Dillon receiving medical treatment. Or. And mrs. Martin Jackson entertained at Turkey dinner last sunday in Honor of Hor daughter mrs. Lyston Dansie. There were la persons seated including members of the family and or. And mrs. George Pettit. Mark Clemow was a business visitor in Wisdom wednesday. Plains celebrated of couple Polaris Polaris. Dec. Ill special a or. And mrs. Andy Pyle and daughters and mrs. Annie Rohan went to Dillon saturday. They motored from there to Butte for a week end visit at the Bartels and Summerville Homes. Or. And mrs. George Pyle. Mrs. Olive m and mrs George Harrison and Russel Harrison Swient tuesday in Dillon shopping and ils iting friends and relatives. Or. A and mrs. Pyle were guests at the John judge Home. Mrs. Walter paddock is a Dillon visitor at the Home of or. And mrs. Frank helium. Mrs. Annie Rohan attended the teachers Institute monday and tuesday in Dillon. She returned to the Grasshopper to re open school wednesday. Deer Lodge. Dec. special a or. And mrs. William Hoskins. Or. And mrs. Lee Mcelwain misses Marion and Helen Corbett motored to Drummond saturday evening and attended the Celebration of the Twenty fifth wedding anniversary of or. And mrs. Malcolm Enman. Or. And mrs. Enman have made their Home in Drummond since their marriage and have 1 Many friends in the Valley who i helped them celebrate this memorable event. Or. Enman is an old time stage Driver and mrs. Enman a daughter of Paul Peterson prom j intent rancher of the Helmville Dis i strict. Deer Lodge notes. Deer Lodge. Dec. special a Junior members of the american legion auxiliary will put on a program at the meeting of the auxiliary monday evening at which time mrs. A. A. Malcolm will preside. The meeting will be held at the patriotic room in the courthouse. Mrs. Karl Anderson of Billings was a guest of Deer Lodge friends today. Boulder twin Bridges twin Bridges. Dec. La a special a tile twin Bridges woman s club met at the Home of miss Lena Page thursday afternoon with a Large attendance present paying tried to to the Pioneer citizens of the Community. Several talks by the pioneers present were enjoyed. A delicious lunch was served by mrs j m. Page and her daughters Lena Page and mrs. Blaisdell a Large delegation of twin Bridges people motored to Sheridan saturday evening and attended the installation of the woman s auxiliary of the american legion. Or. And mrs. M. Gould have leased the Christensen House in Virginia City and will remove there the first of the year when or. Gould will take up his duties As undersheriff. Mrs. Otto a. Schulz of Sheridan was a caller Bere saturday. A daughter was born to or. And mrs. Frank Wright at the Home of mrs. Wright s Mother Lars. May Haney. A son was bom to or. And mrs p g. Cook dec. 7 work on a new Road to the Mammoth mining company property was undertaken last Wek. With the dredging of a Drain ditch on the right of Way which lies Between the red and Comfort h ranches. A steel Bridge will be constructed across the Jefferson River. The orphans Home basketball teams journeyed to Whitehall yesterday where they played the Grade and Junior High teams. Boulder dec. special a misses Roseanne and Alice Smith entertained the members of the woman s club at their Home monday evening. Miss Grace Dane had charge of the program and she gave a report on the Book Quot Catherine the mrs. Irvin n. Tuttle. Mrs. Maurice Nelligan and mrs. Con Smith and miss Alice Dawson. A Dainty hot lunch was served after the meeting. Mrs. J. T. Baker and daughter. Gwendolyn and mrs. Mcward motored to Helena saturday. Mrs. Steve Guilio of Mammoth mine arrived Herr sunday and is visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. Symour Sloan. The episcopal Guild held its Reg ular meeting at the Home of mrs. J Charles Perry thursday. Due to the severe cold weather several members were absent. Mrs. Arthur Tuttle entertained the members of the altar society at her Home wednesday. After the regular business and social meeting. Dainov refreshments were served. Among those from Here who attended the services for John Camarino in Butte tuesday were or and mrs. Gus Wallin. Or. And mrs. George Hanchild. Mrs. Joe Moore i and Elmer Powell. Mrs. Joe Moore entertained the members of the ladies Aid at her Home thursday. Business was discussed and a social hour was enjoyed. A Lovely luncheon was served mrs. J. K Taylor is reported As much improved after insuring her Hack from a fall a ast week mrs. Taylor fell from he front Stem of Ber Home he daughter mrs j d Filcher has been caring for her. Plains dec. special a or. And mrs. George Arnett of Marion accompanied by mrs. Arnett s Mother mrs. W. H. Hardy spent last Friday night As guests of the c. C. Cark and William Cameron families. Mrs. Hardy and mrs. Clark Are Sisters. Mrs. E. Lee the eighth Grade teacher has been ill the past week. Mrs. C. M. Overt Wirf and mrs. E. L. Johnson entertained the m. E. Aid thursday in the new part of the Church. Owing to the severe cold weather Only a Small crowd was present but the hostesses served delightful refreshments and All enjoyed a pleasant afternoon. The addition to the m. E. Church has been completed except for some tables and shelves and Tho first meeting to be held was the Epworth league a Fellowship luncheon last sunday under the supervision of mrs. F. Burdick. Tile Rev. Reuben Dutton of Kalispell was a Plains visitor monday. Or. And mrs. Paul Nelson have moved to Bend Ranger station on Thompson River for the Winter. Mrs. Rhea James and daughter. Hildred spent last week end in Missoula. Mrs. P. B Argo and daughter Margaret of Camas Prairie were Plains visitors last saturday. Mrs. Howard Larson and daughter Shirley were Missoula visitors Over the week end. The Catholic ladies Aid held the annual Bazaar dec. 3 in the Plains hotel dining room. Mrs. J j. Mcdonald has Bern quite ill the past week. Ideal chapter no. 40, o. E. S., held election of officers wednesday evening. The following were elected worthy Matron Merle Ruenauver worthy Patron j. R. Kruger associate Matron. Emma Hammons associate Patron. W. B. My Ler Secretary Nell White treasurer. Bertha Russell conduct Ress Gladys Kruger and associate conduct Ress Catherine Thompson. Low round trip Holiday fares rail rates reduced for Christmas and new year s travel via i Mon Pacific and enjoy every mile. Every minute. Of your trip. Dining car meals that Appeal. Restful Comfort As you Speed Over the smoothest roadbed on Earth i a a Lorn no for rom per or Oft la Union Pacific a the Overland route Quot Hamilton. Dec. special a Surprise birthday Celebration for Johnson. John w. Dowling. J. G. Mrs. Chris i ten was Given by Char j Howe. Theodore Rel bold and g. F. I of Heights neighbors at Tho Home Smith sponsors of the team were of or. And mrs. E. P. White last other guests. Tile team members saturday evening. Cards and music were Gordon Laridon. Gordon and a late supper were enjoyed by Hayward. Jack Hughes Louis Blithe Large company. Mrs. Hen was rant. Homer Benson jr., Matt presented with a sewing Cabinet by the group. Those taking part in the Froelich Clifford Johnson. Silas Harsell. Austin Madeen. Charles Corvallis dec. 11.�? special mrs. Charles Macrae was hostess last Friday afternoon to a Small group of Woodside women whom she entertained at a Kensington. The guests were mesdames c. B. Kenck Wilhelm tra Iman w. H. Pierce i John Hauf. Clyde Mellius v. L. Shults Ruth s. Warren Catherine Smith Walter Wooller and Mary Bartlett. Ferson county appointed new members of tile county High school Beard at their regular meeting tuesday. The terms of a. W. Aspergren Mike Sullivan and Ned Paradis expired. The two former were re appointed but or. Paradis refused to serve again. William Kyler was the new member appointed. The Board is now composed of John Giulio of Basin Mike Sullivan of Alhambra hot Springs. A. W. Aspengren William Kyler and j. A. Riedel of Missoula. Dec. Cf to. O. Stick Brown charged with first degree assault in connection with the wounding of t. H. Eubank and John Mcfarland watchmen at the state University of Montana in december 1931, pleaded guilty in District court yesterday afternoon and was sentenced to serve four years in the state Penitentiary. Boulder. H. R. Houghton of Boulder was appointed by the Board to fill the vacancy of Walter a. Mccullough county treasurer who resigned in order to serve in the office of clerk of the court. Or. Mccullough was elected to the latter office in the general election. His resignation becomes effective Jan. 2. Or. Houghton will serve until the first monday in March when Paul t. Smith the newly elected county treasurer will take office. Festivities were or. And mrs. Hen. Carpenter and Gordon Tallent or. And mrs. E. P. White. Or. And tile banquet table was set in mrs. H. E. White or. And mrs. We Nir big living room and a Minin Liam Brown sr., or. And mrs. Roy Turr football Field was blocked off France. Or. And mrs. J. W. Thorn in Black and White with a football Berg or. And mrs. John Hamilton figure in the Center in the act of or. And mrs. Charles Nelson. Mrs. J kicking an egg sized Ball Over the Florence Henderson. Mrs. H. M. J goal. Place cards bore the photo Butler mrs. Omar Kitchin William graphs of the players each with an Brownjr. Glenn and Esther Kitch appropriate inscription. In Lucille and Marjorie Brown. Vie mrs Hayward was assisted by Ber Tor France Louise Eggers. Lucille daughters. Helen and Betty and Simmons Jack Hystad Ernest Al 1pr a Monroe. Jolly hours Len Jean and Joan White. F0i of pfc the dinner with singing a sunday school was organized and talks by members of the com last sunday at the chariots teacher age with mrs. R. Vav. Martin As superintendent mrs. Florence Henderson Secretary and mrs. George Eggers. E. P. White. Mrs. Albin Hyslop Lucille Brown and Esther j Kitchin. Teachers. Forty members were enrolled. An illustrated talk on Quot music appreciation was Given by mrs. Byron l. Clow of the Fine arts study group of the american association of University women s Hamilton Branch tuesday evening in the Home of mrs. John Vav. Ford. Piano selections and phonograph records illustrated the various phases of music discussed by mrs. Clown. Miss Mary e. Walker was chairman. Pany. Wisdom Wisdom. Dec. special a among the outstanding social events of the week was a Surprise party Given in the Community building in Wisdom last saturday night for mrs. J. T. Arm its or in Honor of her birthday. There were 67 persons present. Cards were played Anil mrs. Percy Willey and Dave Hirschy won first prizes mrs. Harry Hopkins and Eland Anderson Consolation. Mrs. Elmer Jensen entertained the Wisdom woman a club saturday mrs. Robert d. Robb was recipient of a birthday Surprise arranged for her by the members of the Al re Rodeo club. The guests went to the Robb Home with a birthday cake. Made by mrs. I i Brisbin and with other Good things for lunch which they served after a session of pin a Ochle. Mrs. Howard fierce has been named chairman of the Christmas Seal Sale Here and placed the Bright stickers on Sale tuesday at the United Aid Bazaar. The United Aid Bazaar held tuesday at the Community House was Well patronized. Lunch was served All Day and the Bazaar afforded a meeting place for friends who enjoyed a social time. Miss Alice Magee and miss Ellen Walker went to Helena monday to i visit with miss Magee s sister and other friends. Mrs. Herbert e. Gleason of Stevensville visited tuesday with her step father Joel Carlyle and entertained a company of friends for him at. Supper that evening. Zic afternoon Many of the members Sefa on tin la an be remained for dinner and were joined by their husbands. Cards of extra charges Washington dec. up a the railroads of the country today asked the interstate Commerce commission to continue indefinitely beyond March 31, 1933, the present emergency freight rate surcharges without pooling these extra revenues for the Benefit of needy railroads. Living animals experimented on in great Britain last year totalled 613.562, according to a report just issued the increase Over 1930 being 162.740. We Ero played in the evening miss Ann Miller and Jack Miller winning first prizes mrs. Clarence was hostess to Tho Wisdom contract Bridge club thursday afternoon. Or. And mrs Frank busted and or. And mrs. Walter Jones of Wise River were among friends from outlying District who attended the Surprise party for mrs. J. T. Armitage. A number of friends gathered on thursday evening at the Home of miss Ann Miller and surprised her. Cards were played until a late hour when refreshments were served. Stop a cold the first Day thu four Way remedy does it. Play Safe take a cold remedy for a cold Groves laxative Bromo quinine stops a cold quickly because it. Does the four things necessary. Opens the bowels kills the cold germs and fever in the system relieves the headache and tones the entire system. Get it today in the Handy pocket size Box cellophane wrapped be sure to ask for Grove s laxative Bromo quinine. A druggists. A adv. 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