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Butte Montana Standard Newspaper Archives May 12 1957, Page 3

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Butte Montana Standard (Newspaper) - May 12, 1957, Butte, Montana Altemare routes for Highway discussed Here discussion of alternate routes for the proposed interstate Highway through Butte marked a special meeting of the executive Board of the Community planning Council held Friday night at the Finlen hotel. The Board heard Henry Helland assistant state Highway Engineer explain favors involved in selection of alternate routes for the proposed interstate Highway through the mining City. Or. Helland said the primary object is to build the Highway so that it can Render the greatest service possible to the Community and still meet the requirements for a controlled Access Highway. A the Highway department a he said a does its Best to locate the route so As to result in greatest Benefit to the Community As a whole with least damage possible to private property the problem of Highway location through Butte has been under study for Many months. Origin and destination studies costs of vehicle operation construction and right of Way problems traffic volume projected to 1975, Community traffic patterns and factors of Community convenience have All entered into the picture. Using a Large map or. Helland discussed three routes which have been considered. The northernmost of these would generally follow the Northern Pacific right of Way the Central route would follow Blacktail Deer Creek and the Southern route would generally parallel the Milwaukee tracks southeasterly then turn East toward the main Range. All would Cross Over Home stake pass. Or. Helland compared mileages involved right of Way problems construction costs benefits in reduced motor vehicle operating costs and resultant returns on the Dollar investment in the Highway facility. He spoke of factors Oil time and convenience in local As Well As interstate traffic. Asked whether the proposed Highway would constitute a Hazard to children or. Helland said that the Highway would be fenced with a Cyclone Fence making it virtually inaccessible to children or pedestrians. Vehicle and foot Cross Ings would be underpasses or Over passes at arterial streets. Noise he said was a minor consideration. He explained that the noise level resulting from through traffic is much lower than that caused by vehicle operation through City streets where traffic congestion stoplights and Stop streets require much stopping and starting of heavy trucks As Well As passenger cars. Factors relating to Long Range Community planning and development were discussed at length. At conclusion of the meeting the Community planning Council directors reaffirmed a previous stand urging that All feasible routes be studied fully. The directors said however that the importance of the Highway to the future of Butte cannot be overemphasized. Butte is the Only City in Montana and one of the few cities in the country which will have an intersection of a main North South and East West route. A Public hearing on the Highway is scheduled in Butte High school auditorium on thursday night at 7 of clock. Girl scout activities Emerson scout troop 47 enjoyed a bus trip to Virginia City on april 27, visiting All Points of interest including a robbers girls making the trip were Arlene Anderson Carol Anderson Dianna Wenger Shirley Wenger Dianne Tritica Roseann Tritica Bernice Scalabrin Brenda Scalabrin Janet Zobel Amy Zobel Cindy Henderson Trudy Quinton Annette Garrison Sandy Osborne Marilyn White. Linda Hughes and Diane Mullette. The group was accompanied by mrs. Roy Anderson mrs. Emil Wenger mrs. Michael Tritica mrs. J. J. Scalabrin mrs. I. D. Zobel mrs. Roy Quinton mrs. C. W. Potter and mrs. W. M. Hughes. Brownies of Grant troop 59 made Zulu lady Lapel pins from corks reinforcements and thumb tacks at their last meeting. They also practice several songs and discussed their mothers party to be combined with the Fly up. Mrs. Ruth Berryman worked with the Fly ups. Some of the troop Learned a new dance taught by sue Wilson and Margarette Berryman scouts of troop 4. Other brownies worked on their scrapbooks under the supervision of mrs. Edith Peterson assist by Judy Honda and Lois Leonard scouts of troop 4. Mrs. Carl Wilson assistant Leader assisted the group in the absence of mrs. Clifford Hensley Leader. Brownie Fly up ceremonies and the court of awards were held on monday april 29, at the web Ster Garfield school for Brownie troop 2 and scout troop 49 and on monday May 6, at the Mckinley school for Brownie troop 73 and scout troops 64, 15 and 27. The cookie Sale was very successful thanks to the girls and the leaders. Saturday May 25. At 9 30 ., there will be a theater party for All girl scouts and brownies at the Bow theater. Girls must Wear uniforms for admittance or show their membership cards or girl scout pins. Pencil makers estimate that pencils still do about 90 per cent of u. S. Writing jobs. Montana Standard sunday May 12. Great May Hennessy a Butte Montana please Send me the following Roundup Sale items item Quan. Size color 2nd color name. Address. City. State. Chg. A Cash a Check a . A please enclose 25c for postage and handling charges on orders less than $3. Mail orders promptly filled or phone 5441 ifs Hennessy a great May round up Sale May 13 to May 25come on along. You la find the prize values of the Range corralled in our Spring Roundup Sale. Every hand in our outfit is chomping at the bit to show you his Blue ribbon buys we should warn you. It la be hard to say a a whoa to the savings offered Here in this May Roundup Sale. But if you re going to be needing or wanting any of these items in the near future buy now and save Well be glad to stake you to a Heap of these values on our credit plans. So Roll wagons Roll to the big Hennessy Roundup Sale Sale starts 9 Tomorrow a sure As shooting these values do beat anything in be Ever seen anywhere before be Here when the doors open at 9 00 in the morning a a says Martha sue Bishop our top hand in our teen dept. Famous name Brand amp giant 24x70-Inch embossed Cotton runners washable 4.98 a beige a Rose a Hunter a Brown a yellow a White a Grey a sandalwood a of. Green a red a Blue a Pink rugs third floor Cromwell House paint 5.98 Val. 3.79 Gal. Long wearing durable and self cleaning. White Only. Paint downstairs men s Nylon Rayon acetate whip cords Reg. 10.95 6.98 rugged and Long wearing. Action tailored for perfect fit. Union made. Forest Green in All sizes. Work clothes downstairs women s Nylon j Tricot slips 1.88 a Pink a White a Blue Nylon Tricot with Nylon net trim and appliqued daisies on the bodice. Sizes 32 to 40. Lingerie second floor 3tier Utility table by Cosco with electric outlet rag. 11.75 8.95 All Metal famous Cosco Utility table on casters. Three shelves. Handy electrical outlet for All your Small appliances. Smooth enamel finish in White red or yellow. Housewares downstairs women s Campus panties 3 for $1 Rayon Brief or band leg panties in assorted pastels. Sizes or l. Lingerie second floor Terry snooze pillows Reg. 1.98 a. 2 for s3 Terry covers on buoyant foam rubber base. Blue red yellow Tan or Green. Notions main floor r aluminium ice bucket 198 thoroughly insulated. Preserves ice for hours. 6�?o High. Silverware main floor 3. Is extra Large size hemmed flour sacks. Absorbent. Domestics main floor Cromwell Muslin sheets a 81x99�?o.1.79 a 72x108�?o.1.79 a 81x108�?o.1.99 a 42x36�?o.44 domestics main floor men s 69c stretch socks 2� is Cotton aprons 88c Gay print Percale aprons in half coverall and Cobbler styles House dresses second floor menus Nylon stretch socks in clocks motifs argyles and solid colors. Mensa main floor women s Loather wallets 1.29 t. Reg. 1.98. Genuine leather wallets in it. Blue Pink flax or Turquoise. Handbags main floor a stamped Pillow cases 119 Fine Percale cases with Many attractive stamped patterns. He stitched. Art goods Balcony 6-transistor radio 69.95 value 39.95 carry entertainment wherever you go size 7x9x3�?�. Leather. Complete with Battery. Appliances downstairs f ump a Ivi in i Fei a a i sunburn Cream by Elmo i .25c aids in preventing sunburn. Promotes an even Tan. Pleasant scent. Cosmetics main floor electric Fryer cooker Reg. 14.95 8.88 this automatic cooker and deep Fryer helps you turn out Quick delicious meals. Housewares downstairs rep. 5.98 matched 2-pc. Sets $5 Cotton twill pants and Matching shirt. Green Grey or suntan. All sizes. Work clothes a downstairs Bronson spinning outfit 26.95 Val 1995 includes Bronson reel. I cd Yard 6 la. Test line i practice plug and i 2-Section Glass Rod. Sporting goods downstairs

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