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Butte Montana Standard (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Butte, Montana Montana Standard Butte. Monday morning. June 5. 1944 five Butte boys girls to have Chance of exhibiting Garden produce f and girls who join the 1 food fight for Freedom Campaign by planting Victory gardens will have the Chance of exhibiting their produce at a Junior Victory Garden show being planned by the a food for Victory committee of the american women a voluntary services and the Central Garden Council. Vegetables grown by the Junior gardeners will be judged and prizes will be awarded according to mrs w. I. Higgins chairman of the Quot food for Victory committee. The Premium list and amount of prizes will be announced in the near future she stated. Committees to handle arrangements for the show which will have All the trimmings of a senior event will be appointed at the next meeting of the Central Garden Council scheduled for june 14, at the Butte chamber of Commerce office. Boy scouts girl scout and Camp fire girls will be asked to assist in making the show a Success and to encourage other groups of Young people to participate in the event. They May display their products As groups. Still can enter although the Garden season is advanced. Young boys and girls who have not yet planted a Garden still have time to sow seeds of a number of vegetables. Mrs. Higgins stated. By planting a Garden and raising foodstuffs they not Only will be eligible to exhibit their produce with the possibility of winning prizes at the show but they will be making a valuable contribution to the nation s War Effort she said. The Junior show is the second Large scale undertaking being sponsored by the a a food for Victory committee of the a. W. V. To interest butter a Young people in maintaining Victory gardens and to bring them a realization of the True value of foodstuffs in the War Effort. Recently the group announced a contest for the Best pictures of vegetable gardens and fruit bearing Trees and plants the pictures to be accompanied by factual report. The contest is open to senior gardeners also. Contest ant Are asked to note the general Quality and production of each variety of food planted note the climatic condition the soil and Light factors and the possible reasons for Success or failure. They Are to keep a record of the time and planting and seed sowing the rheumatic Happy relieves pain Quick thou Marta of nut firer from the torturing pain due to rheumatism Vittica. Lumbago neuralgia and neuritis Arr mighty Happy Over their discovery of Norito. Now they have found a Puick acting formula which speedily relieves those exhausting muscular aches and pains. Norito is trustworthy and dependable really works fast of you want to feel again Theja a of Relief from pain so you can work in peace Ann sleep in comforts he Wise and try Norito under this ironclad guarantee. If the very first three doses do not. Relieve that cruel pain to your satisfaction your Money will tie refunded. Don t suffer. See your druggist today and get Norito on this guarantee. Date of the last Spring Frost the first Early Light Frost and the killing Frost. The photographs of the gardens or other con Tost subject May be any size but must be Glossy finish. Pictures and reports must be submitted at a. W. V. S., 5 North main Street before october i the closing Date of the contest. Lasses of Competition classes of Competition which carry War stamp prizes of $1 for first and $2 for second Are As follows class in vegetable gardens Garden not More than 15 by 25 feet grown by a High school student Garden not More than 15 by 25 feet grown by a boy or girl in seventh or eighth grades Garden not More than 15 by 25 feet Garden approximately 30 by 40 feet and Large Garden More than 30 by 40 feet. Class ii fruit Trees Apple or crab Apple tree planted this Spring and cared for by boy or girl under in years of age Apple tree planted this Spring with picture taken after september to two pictures of Apple tree More than to years old one picture of tree in Bloom other with its fruit report and pictures of Cherry tree in Bloom and with fruit and Hansen Bush Cherry planted this Spring. Class Iii a special fruits�?12 or More Raspberry Bushes two or More currant Bushes two or More Gooseberry Bushes and a Strawberry Garden. Class Ivy special vegetables asparagus planted last Spring at least 12 plants celery. 12 or More plants and Tomato plants. Class a a child a Victory Garden any size grown by a boy or girl. Christian science a god the Only cause and creator Quot was the subject of the Les son Sermon which was read in All churches of Christ. Scientist on sunday june 4. 1944, the Golden text was Quot he is the former of All things and Israel is the Rod of his inheritance the lord of hosts is hts name Jer. 10 16. Among the citations which comprised the lesson Sermon was the following from the Bible Quot in the beginning was the word. And the word was with god. The same was in the beginning with god. All things were made by him and without him was not any thing made that was made John 1 1-3. The lesson Sermon also included the following passage from the Christian science textbook. A a science and health with Nav to the by Mary Baker Eddy a there is but one creator and on creation. This creation consists of the unfolding of spiritual ideas and their identities which Are embraced in the infinite mind and forever reflected. These ideas Range from the infinitesimal to Infinity and the highest ideas Are the sons and daughters of god up. 502 and 503�. John Adams lived to be the oldest i former president of the United states he was of when he died. Plans listed for . Assembly meetings for week Are announced Odd fellow lodges in even1 part of the state will be represented at the sessions of the grand bodies i. O o f. Of Montana which will open in Butte june 19 and continue through june 22. Plans for the four Day a Sembly have been completed by Butte lodges of the order which will be Host. Sessions monday. June 19. Will be devoted to the uniformed rank of Odd Fellowship the patriarchs militant and its ladies auxiliary. The thirty fifth annual meeting of the department Council will be directed by James Measom of Stevensville department commander. Mrs. Jessie Smith of Butte will preside at the Twenty fifth annual session of the department association both meeting will be conducted in Fidelity Hall. Tuesday june 20, the grand Encampment. I. O o. F of Montana. Will hold its fifty ninth annual session in Fidelity Hall with w c. Well of Hamilton presiding the grand Lodge of Montana will conduct its sixty eighth annual sessions june 21 and 22 in Fidelity Hall with w. D Kendrick of Anaconda grand master in charge during the same Days mrs. Alice m Dodge of Lewistown will preside Over the forty seventh annual meeting of the state Rebekah Assembly in the Gold room of the hotel Finlen. Meetings of the fraternity scheduled for this week in the City include Mon a \ Silver or Bokar hardware Lodge no. To will in a in Enterprise Hall at r o clock. The meeting has been designated Quot Hobo each member must be dressed accordingly and bring her own lunch panic reported in Southeast Europe Fidel t 73< Broad elect officers pc members of Thi Are requested to tuesday Coli i . Will Mederville fit. 7 capital of Hungary were fleeing ii fear of heavy american and Sovic raids on their cities. The roads were reported block1 with refugee and vehicles load1 with household goods. The Dis Patch said the German High Corr mend was desperately but futile trying to Calm the populace. Cork Oak Trees Are first Strippe when they Are from 20 to 30 year re no lock wednesday a the Hiawatha Cli of Silver Leaf Rebekah Lodge a hold its Busine and social Sesalio in Enterprise y fall a 1 30 o Clor mesdames then a Hasley and a tie will be in charge of to luncheon Summit meal nement no 4 i o. F., a Quot ill me refreshment a Rill be served at t close of the bus thursday a e 40 will Convene nor prise Lodge ? Street at 8 or lock for its Reml meeting with Russell Morris presiding. Saturday Mike huh Theta r girls club no 19 will meet in i the s aft Fumi Freez of lethal Gas Erst inc Toins Lien cold Stok see i surant cold storage alone it not enough Symons fur dept. Tfndnnc1 i will by of have you tried our practical Damp wait service Cash and carry 2qr# discount c. O. D. Laundry Lite f ast Park phone 5401 Send your laundry and dry cleaning now despite conditions we re producing results yes it s True that War has reduced cond tons that of f. E \ ii adj Ujj i phone 326s it St Cinci that our results will continue to satisfaction a habit new method laundry launderers a dry cleaners a hatters 53 East Silver at Wyoming a War correspondent weds Vern Haugland associated press War correspondent his Bride the former Tesson Mcmahon of Butte mont., and their attendants left St. Mary Cathedral san Francisco amid a Shower of Rice after their wedding ceremony. June 3. Left to right the Bride her sister Lois Jean Mcmahon Haugland and it. Andrew Hauk u. A. Of los Angeles. G. 0. P. Women to meet tonight Republican women of Silver Bow county and other women interested in matters we hich will feature the National Campaign this year Are cordially invited by officials of the Silver Bow county women s Republican club to attend a meeting tonight in the courthouse. The meeting will be held in judge Lynch a courtroom and will open at 8 of clock. Mrs. Leila Hauswirth president of the club will preside. The speakers will include both men and i women who have taken prominent parts in local Republican affairs. Each talk will be of the nature of special interest to women who wish to become More conversant with party issues and party programs. The sponsoring club was organized two weeks ago when 60 women a met at the Roundup room in the spectacular savings on furnishings for every room in your Home take advantage of our Low prices and refurbish your Home now bed Dave no for 24-hour Comfort smartly styled living room Beauty by Day. Convertible when needed into a comfortable bed. Reg. $59.98 now. $2488 vanity benches n0w $2.88 occasional $12.88 end tables org. $1495, now $10.88 end tables Rte $12.95, now $8.88 end tables re. $7.98, now. $4.88 4-piece twin bedroom suite $c088 Reg. $109.90, now. Wood Frame Box spa n0w $5 mattress Reg. $16.95, now $11.88 Excelsior mattress now $2.88 All Wall mirrors reduced 25�c a Niima an ii u Luu Oia c o a Ltd it Finlen hotel to Greet mrs Chris Carlson of Minnesota a member of the National Republican executive committee. Since that time the membership has been increasing and it. Is the plan of the officials to make the club one of the strongest and most Active of its kind in the state. At present there is a women s Republican club in every county in the state. South Side notes the ladies auxiliary of Wilde Canton patriarchs militant met Friday afternoon at the Home of mrs. H. G. Seymour 2119 Harrison. Mrs. Joe Warren conducted the business session during which final arrangements were made for the grand Lodge of the Odd Fellows and Rebekah which will be held in this City june 18. Cards provided entertainment for the remainder of the afternoon. In conclusion refreshments were served. Those present were mrs. Warren mrs. Mamie Rundell mrs. Jessie Smith. Mrs. Jennie toy mrs. Clara Desjardins mrs. Ethel Hodge mrs. Ada Medlyn mrs Sarah Klassen mrs Esther Harris mrs Bessie Dennis mrs Annie Gavin mrs. Winifred Evans mrs. Emily Edwards and mrs. Seymour. Mrs. Charles Mclaughlin and mrs. Adolph Baker entertained the members of the g. Club wednesday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Stanley Vigurs on Pine Street i luncheon was followed by a social time. In attendance were mrs. Vigurs and daughter Elsie mrs. Veira Spooner mrs. John Perusich mrs. H. N. Erwin mrs. Oretta syn Der mrs. Charles Carle and son Gary mrs. Jack Sullivan and son Jackie mrs. A. M. Hover. Mrs. Mike Chelini mrs. Mclaughlin and mrs. Baker. The women a society of Christian service of Unity methodist Church will meet monday evening at. 7 30 of clock at the Home of mrs. De Olds 2220 Yew Street. Mrs. John Simmons was hostess for the w. C. Of the Lowell Avenue Church thursday afternoon at her Home 1830 Texas Avenue we Ltd mrs. Sarah As co hostess. Luncheon was followed by the business meeting presided Over by mrs. Cella Fisher president. Mrs. Elizabeth Rogers had the Bible study. Those present were mrs. Fisher mrs. Rogers mrs. E. J. Bracken mrs. A e. Rolfe. Mrs. Josephine Ricker mrs. Content Aldrick mrs. Jilbert and mrs Simmons members and mrs. T. H Holman mrs. E m. Maiden and mrs. Nils Johnson guest. There will be a meeting of the study group of the w. C. A of Grace Silver Bow Church monday evening at 8 of clock in the Silver bowl Park Church. Members of the faithful workers club will be hostesses. Those attending will take the race track bus and get off at Thornton Avenue. Miss Beulah Young daughter of or. And mrs. Haley Young. 2508 South main visited friends in three Forks in route to Park City where she will be the guest of friends. First class machinists mate Philip Mischkot is spending a 21-Dav leave visiting his parents or. And mrs. Philip Mischkot 2875 Harrison Avenue and making the acquaintance of his baby sister Paulette june age one month. He enlisted in the Navy three and a half years ago and has been in action in the Pacific War zone. This is his first visit Home of any duration his former visits being stopovers of a few Days. Miss Wilma Mischkot who is a Cadet nurse at Providence Hospital Seattle will arrive during the week for a visit in the family Home. Other guests in the Mischkot Home Are mrs. Mary Lacombe and sons Wil Lian and Allen of Missoula formerly of this City. Mrs. Lacombe is a sister of mrs. Mischkot. O can you afford repair Bills like this / a it it of a his l j 1 4 re roof now with Pabco Mineral surfaced Roll roofing material for repairing old roofs phone or write for your nearest dealers name the finest roofing we can obtain forty per cent More base material 40% More Saburant and 25% More surfacing coating insures a longer life for every Pabco Mineral surfaced roof. Satisfied customers pronounce this the worlds finest most durable most economical All roofing. We Challenge you to find better roofing buys go East West North. South you won t find a better buy in roofing one full Parb 108 Square foot Roll of flexible weather resistant easy to Lay roofing. With necessary nails and Cement included costs less in the Long run than any other far lower priced than you think. So ask your dealer for estimates. A p amp b Asphalt prepared Roll roofing it is weather proof and fire retardant. The highest Quality Asphalt prepared Roll roofing for new building modernizing or repairing. A Montana favorite a p amp b Mineral surfaced roofing comes in Beautiful natural colors that improve with age the world s finest most durable most economical Roll roofing. Forty per cent material in it. A Rai Tite roof coating for new and old roofs liquid Long life magic for that dried out roof Pabco a Rai Tite is the Topnotch Asphalt preservative compound. Comes in Beautiful natural colors that improve with age. A Pabco red liner building paper a streamlined building paper at a streamlined Price. The highest Quality building paper because a double layer of Asphalt provides double water proofing

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