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Butte Montana Standard (Newspaper) - December 12, 1932, Butte, Montana Montana Standard Butte. Monday morning. December 12, 1022. Scholarship program of a. A. U. Theme of talk ,. It r a a by organization official fir i la is arrested Christi science speaking at a meeting saturday of the Butte Branch of the american association of United women mrs. M. A. Brannon wife of the Chancellor of the University of Montana spoke in behalf of a million it Iollar Fellowship being sponsored by the a. A. U. W., for the Benefit of University women who Are ambitious to further their educational and cultural careers. Quot for us who have enjoyed the riches of education a said mrs. Brannon a it is not a responsibility but a privilege to participate in the million Dollar Fellowship drive initiated in 1927 by the american federation of University women and thus to pass on the Torch to those to whom the doors of Quot education Are closed merely because of a Lack of finances. It is our goal to be Able to award annually 25 fellowships to women who have taken advanced degrees and who show Promise of making a distinct contribution to the world of or. Mcgills talk. Or. Caroline Mcgill former Holder of the Sarah Berliner senior Fellowship which is granted Only to women who have the degree of doctor of philosophy or doctor of science spoke briefly on the history and purpose of the Sarah Berliner award. Or. Mcgill has the distinction of being the first recipient of this Fellowship. In her address mrs. Brannon reviewed the history of the american association and the work it has done thus far in the creating administering and awarding of fellowships. Of the founding of the a. A. U. And notice All members of the Butte workingmen a Union Are requested to attend the next regular meeting dec. 12. Business of importance. C. L. Williams Secretary. Fox american now Randolph Scott. Sally >0 0 Kohli i Lucilla la Viani. No wily sep Fri. Jim room a added Harry Sweet in a Spain in the Parlord Boshell Sisters in song latest Universal news the International federation of University women of which a. A. U. Is a member she said a it. Was As a result of a Good will Mission of English women educators who came in the Spring of 1919 to Canada and the United states where they visited a number of american universities that the English and Canadian associations and the american association of collegiate alumnae founded on july la. 1919, the International federation of University women. Quot in accordance with the Constitution of i. F. U. W., in which Only one association from each nation can become a member the association of collegiate alumnae changing its name to american association of University women is the american Branch of i. F. U. At present 34 nations have branches in the i. F. U. 15 fellowships. A the a. A. U. W., under its former name of association of collegiate alumnae has administered and awarded fellowships steadily since 1890, with the single exception of one year during the War when it made no award. It now awards 15 fellowships some annually some biennially and one to biennially. The majority of its awards Are for a stipend of $1,500 one is for $2,000, and others Are for $1,200 and $1,000. Eventually All will be $1,500 awards. A it is the goal of the present drive which was initiated in 1927 to award 25 fellowships yearly with a stipend of $1,500. Of these 15 Are to be National open to american women and awarded by a National Board and to Are to be International fellowships open to women of any of the 34 branches of the federation. Twenty two of these fellowships already have been organized and $200,000 has been raised for them the fellowships Are named in Honor of women who have made distinct contributions to the Field of Art letters or according to mrs. Brannon the North Pacific Section which includes the states of Washington Oregon Idaho and Montana has made itself responsible for a Fellowship named the Margaret Comstock Snell Fellowship in Honor of the educator who was an instructor for 17 years at Oregon state College and who founded the first school of Home economics on the Pacific coast. Mrs. Brannon stressed the fact that although the association is de two other automobile accidents reported to City police. James Scherman of Elk Park was arrested Early sunday morning after a car he was driving had collided with a Street car at the intersection of East Park and Gaylord Street. He was instructed to be in police court at 2 o clock today. Another Driver Marshall Fulford of 216 South Wyoming Street had a similar mishap on main Street just North of Park when his car skidded into a Street car. He told officers that his vision was blinded by a Frost on his Windshield. Tom Gavigan 712 North Wyoming Street reported to police that a car bearing License no. 80,041 hit his Auto at Idaho and Park streets. Pending upon each Section of the country in proportion to the size of its membership and its potential wealth for its contribution to the Fellowship fund the contribution is entirely a free will offering. A god the preserver of Many was the subject of the lesson Sermon in first Church of Christ. Scientist. Sunday. The Golden text was from psalms 125 2. A was the mountains Are round about Jerusalem so the lord is round about his people from henceforth even among the citations which comprised the lesson Sermon was the following from the Bible a to lord the Hope of Israel All that forsake thee shall be ashamed and they that depart from me shall be written in the Earth because they have forsaken the lord the Fountain of living Waters. Heal me. O lord and i shall be healed save me. And i shall be saved for thou Art my Jeremiah 17 13. 14.> the lesson Sermon also included the following passages from the Christian science textbook. A science and health with key to the by Mary Baker Eddy a divine love always has met and always will meet every human Page 494.> amusements what managers say Veteran Printer Dies in Billings Henry f. Doc Mcfarlin succumbs in Montana for 40 years. Butte briefs teamsters notice there will be a special meeting tuesday evening dec. 13, at 8 p. In. Business of importance. L. H. Bradley Secretary c. O. D. Laundry dial 5401 adv. Injuries treated a Curtis Lees was treated yesterday at St James Hospital for lacerations of the leg received in a skating Accident i condition unchanged the condition of Frank Scott of Sheridan who was crushed beneath a tree nov. 23, was reported last night to be unchanged. He is suffering from spine and internal hurts. Daughter arrives or. And mrs. Charles Miller 203 Virginia apartments Are the parents of a daughter born yesterday at Murray Hospital. Well known resident of mining ii Dies Charles e. Curtis 46, a resident i of Butte for the last 19 years died yesterday at his Home 1819 Stewart Street after a Long illness. He was j a machinist. The body is at Merrill a mortuary pending funeral arrangements. Surviving relatives Are his widow mrs. Delia Curtis a son Charles Curtis four daughters Alice Helen Margaret and Elenore Curtis. There is a brother in Kansas and another in Nevada. A Nugget weighing three pounds was discovered recently la feet below the surface of the ground at Wedderburn n. A. By the head of a family who had been out of work two years. Park last times today continuous i till la p. M. Its in a two added comedy cartoon sror slight news by in s Only independently operated Iula Ilu cd Rialto always the Best show in town the Scarlet woman of the South seas hard boiled Siren of the tropics. Disillusioned by too Little love. Embittered by too much life. Seeking to hide her shame in a sin soaked Garden of Eden Joan loan Crawford is hit in talkie film a a rain Butte audiences yesterday saw one of the outstanding dramatic productions of the screen this season when Joan Crawford and a Superb cast presented the talkie version of the dramatic Romance miss Crawford takes the role of Sadie Thompson Hie nondescript girl who is marooned with a group on a tropical Island. Walter Huston As tile reformer Heads the supporting cast in the gripping picture which headlines a program that includes some excellent Short features. Dog in a big City 1111108,&Quot a real movie Veteran a Beans who plays a very important part in a big City blues a the Warner Brothers picture starring Joan Blondell at the Park theater has been in pictures Ever since he was a Pup As the last one to bid Erie Lindin. Ills Young master goodbye when the boy starts for tile big City and the first to Welcome him Home when he comes Back broke but Happy everybody agrees that Beans gives a Doggone Good performance. A big City blues is showing for the last times tonight. Ane Grey picture is Fox american feature a new Zane Grey picture came into the Fox american theater yesterday and brought with it All the thrilling action that invariably attends any film made from a Story by the Prince of Western writers. This one is called Quot wild horse Mesa Quot and both pictorially and dramatically it is easily one of the Best of recent Western films. The cast includes Randolph Scott Sully Diane Fred Kohler Lucille la Verne. Charley Grapewin and Jim Thorpe. The Boswell Sisters in song a Harry Sweet comedy and latest Universal news Are included in the Bill. Billings. Doe. La. A a a Printer in this City for 49 years. Henry f. Doc it Mcfarlin died at i his Home Here today after a linger i ing illness. He was 66 and had been connected with the printers Trade for nearly 55 years. He several times was part owner of local news j papers. Coming to Billings in 1885. Soon after the town was founded. Or. Mcfarlin got a Job with his brother. Charles on the old Billings Herald. Some months later they acquired an interest in the newspaper and still later joined in a consolidation of three newspapers then published Here the merged Plant was destroyed by fire on the night of the consolidation. Although published on Job presses for several months the. Paper eventually was reorganized As the Gazette with the Mearlina in charge of the mechanical depart Merit. Henry remained with the paper until his death in 1907 he bought a part interest and for a time served As Telegraph editor. In 1907 he sold out and with his brother started a Job printing business but soon rejoined the newspaper s composing room Force. Charles died Here. 18 months Ngo. Henry is survived by his widow and two sons Henry f Mcfarlin or. And John Mcfarlin funeral arrangements Bud not been made tonight. Rites heed for Abraham Gordon funeral services were conducted yesterday afternoon for a lira Ham Gordon Butte business Man who died last week at Rochester Minn. Many friends were present. Rabbis Emanuel Stern Helm and m. Zuck Erman officiated. Interment was in by Nai Israel cemetery. Pallbearers were Ben Hechtman Ben Myers i. Simon Sam Brooks. William Lote Man and Harry rafts. Former c Arolina governor is dead i Columbia. S. A Der a Thomas Gordon Mcleod twice i governor of South Carolina died at his Home Here today from oomph i rations which followed an attack of influenza. He was 64. _ As a result of agreements made at the Empire conference in Ottawa Trinidad is increasing its tariffs. 1 More and better business service 58.00-s7.00 extensions $1.25 residence service $3.50-53.00-12.50 extensions 50c rates service connection charge from $1.00 to $3.50 inside moves and changes $1.00 tile technical Quality of Telephone service is today by actual measurement higher than Ever before. believe that it also is a service More completely suited to the varying needs of our individual subscribers. Are equipped to serve you with an experienced and interested personnel. Of there were Only a few telephones in Butte their use would be decidedly limited but almost All of your friends and those with whom you do business May be reached by Telephone thus adding proportionately to the usefulness of the service. At any hour of the Day or night our operators Are As ready to help you in emergency As to Ald you in every Day use of the service. Every time you lift the receiver you Are in command of Many thousands of dollars Worth of equipment yet the charge for residential use is but a few cents a Day. And do not forget that this is a two sided affair for it is just As important to you that others can reach you quickly and easily As it is that you can reach them. Is it Wise to be without a Telephone All Telephone employees in Butte Are actively interested in Selling Telephone service they Are your friends and neighbors. Any one of them will he glad to discuss it with you accept your order or assist you in any matter relating to the service. Our office is at 228 West Broadway Telephone 3291. The Mountain states Tel. Amp. Tel. Co midweek activities in the churches Crawford in the greatest role of her career Quot rain Quot with Walter Huston another 4 Star feature Laurel amp Hardy in a cloudburst of la fus Quot scram Quot Fox movie tone news Hristian Church. The women who Are to rehearse for the missionary pageant Are to meet at the Home of mrs. J. H. Gui 1729 Gaylord Street monday afternoon at 1 30 of clock the mid week Bible study will meet in the conference room at the Church thursday evening. The annual Christmas Bazaar thai has been postponed due to the i cold weather will be held in the same place the building vacated by the C. Penney company on West Park Street. Friday and saturday dec. 16 and 17. Emanuel lutheran hurry. The Luther league meets wednesday evening at 8 of clock. Lillian Sivula is the chairman of the hostess committee. The Dorcas society will sponsor an old time a flute Al ski dinner Friday evening from 5 to 7 30 of clock in the Parlours of the Church. Dinner will be guaranteed Only to those who Purchase tickets in Advance or make reservations through Telephone 2-2931 Lovell Avenue Church. The monthly meeting of the Board of stewards will be held tuesday at 7 30 at the parsonage. Choir practice wednesday at 7 30 p. M. At the parsonage ladles Aid meeting at the parsonage thursday following a i o clock luncheon. This will be featured by the annual Christmas party with an Exchange of gifts. Bible study Friday at 7 30 p. In. At the parsonage quarterly conference saturday a 7 30 p in at the parsonage the Rev. J. Ii. Dills presiding. St. Lark s Church. Tuesday and Friday afternoons a 4 of clock the confirmation class will Mer in the basement of the Church. Tuesday evening the choir will meet for rehearsal wed Nevi 8% afternoon the ladles Socie a will meet up the Parlours of he Church a 2 30 Oclock wednesday evening the seniors of y. P. S. Will meet in the Parlours of the Church. New Jersey Man is ride victim Palisades Park n j., dec 11�?op a the body of Walter g. Wolford 39 Art Metal designer of North Bergen was thrown Over a 19-Foo embankment today by three men in an Auto. Another Auto St who witnessed the procedure notified police who found Wolford body still warm a revolver Bullet through the head had killed him. The motive for the crime was not known. A in a through with being depressed a for Tho past three years i have lived a horrible life. Then1 has been nothing the matter with me except that i have been scared stiff. After three years of fright during which none of the things i was afraid of happened it is High time i changed and began to live like a Normal human being once More. A my salary was Cut yes but it really was not very serious and i can certainly still live pretty Well and a lot better than i have been living lately. A i propose to Start living Here and now today a in my closet Are two business suits. One is too badly worn for any Man in my position to Wear at All. It will go to some one who really needs it. The other i can Wear when i do Odd jobs around the House. In a going to buy two new suits and Wear them on alternate Days for that a the Way to get the Best Wear out of them. In a going to buy an overcoat and a hat too. A my shirts have fringes on the cuffs. My underwear is patched and my darned socks Are ugly and uncomfortable. My shoes have been half Soled and the uppers Are cracked. I am buying an entire new outfit and my old things Are going where they will do some real Good. I m going to Stop being ashamed of my appearance. A my wife needs dresses underwear shoes hats gloves. I be Given her the Cash to buy them with. A get everything you need a i told her a nothing More and nothing less a a the living room Rug is a sight. Gut it goes and in comes a new one. The sofa needs repair and recovering. Ifs going to be done. need new curtains new napkins new towels even new sheets. Did you Ever sleep on patched sheets never again a my old automobile has 56,000 Miles on it and tile Best you can say for it is it still runs. The paint is Dull and chipped the Nickel is Rusty the upholstery stained and worn threadbare and there Are enough rattles and squeaks to amuse All the babies from now to kingdom come. Every few Hundred Miles some annoying Little repair costs me from 50 cents to $5. It nearly Burnt up one night because the insulation had worn off a wire causing a Short circuit. In a going to buy a new car because i need and it and want and because i can afford it. A my old radio still works but i know that during the past three years there have been big improvements. The new radios sound a lot better look better Are easier to work and they give you More stations. There a a new radio coming to our House. A a in a going to buy the Hooks t have been wanting to read. In a going to see the shows i want to see. In a going to buy everything i need and can really afford. A and in a going to contribute generously to the unemployed because like most americans i want to help people in distress. A it All comes Down to this i am going to live the kind of life i Ani entitled to Lead. In living that life i am aiding others directly and indirectly to live their own lives by helping to provide them with the Money and work they need. A a in a through with being depressed in body and soul. From now on see my smile and watch my dust a a signed John w. S. it fan Arii

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