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Butte Montana Standard Newspaper Archives May 12 1957, Page 4

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Butte Montana Standard (Newspaper) - May 12, 1957, Butte, Montana Cd in ladies Home journal Fin est i Accident proof Mel. Fri a dinnerware great mail orders filled promptly Hennessy Butte Montana please Send me the following items item Quan. Size i color 2nd color name address chg. A Cash a Check . 0. A please enclose 25c for handling and postage on order less than $3. 9 00 . Tomorrow embossed everglade Princess dusters crease resistant fitted duster with two pockets in the skirt. Zipper closing Down the front. Aqua or Rose on White in sizes 12 to 20. Robes second floor o we maw Sanford Zed Cotton sleeveless blouses famous name i i radio phonograph console now it the time while thie fabulous bargain u offer Las to to Start that Melinas dinnerware it eat you be been wanting Yoe save $1.90. Hoo in the cup and Saucer in the luncheon Pieta companion Apodala. And there no limit on How Many of Thane Complete lunch Eon place aet to Aga you can buy perfect for Brunch luncheons party snacks. 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Housewares downstairs radio and to Salon downstairs blouses main floor 4--Mor�Ttni Standard sunday May 12, 1957 Montana family gets recognition rites conducted for gun victim Butte elks will Honor mothers Butte Lodge of elks will sponsor its annual mothers Day program sunday afternoon at 3 30 St Over radio station Kolf. A mothers Day Observance of the Lodge and of All elks lodges. Is a a must in Elk Dom it was explained by John f. Of Donnell exalted ruler of the Butte Lodge. The address will be Given by George Welcome past exalted ruler of Anaconda Lodge of elks. His subject will be a a tribute to the program follows Organ selections Joseph Briney or ritual John f. Of Donnell exalted ruler and officers of the Lodge vocal selection a some Mother prays for you a elks quartet composed of Bill Smyers Gordon Brox. Harold Godtland and George Bawden song a have Marie a Noreen Pettibone ritual led by Esquire h. J. Evenskaas ritual led by lecturing Knight William Stanaway vocal selection a that wonderful Mother of mine a George Bawden ritual led by Royal Knight Fred Honey j Church ritual led by leading Knight John Harvey poem a my mom a John Charles Sivalon ritual led by exalted ruler of Donnell ritual led by chaplain James Hope Organ selections Joseph Briney jr., and closing remarks Clyde Carpino. Leonardo a Vinci Drew plans for gliders but never tried them. Calanthe Lodge plans pythian confirmation confirmation of the first rank is scheduled for a meeting of Calanthe Lodge no. 40. Knights of pythias at 8 . Wednesday in the roof Hall. Visiting knights Are expected from Helena and Anaconda lodges As Well As Damon Lodge of Butte. Butte members attended the second rank confirmation in Anaconda last month and third rank rites in Helena monday. Knights having candidates were asked to bring them to wednesdays meeting since this will be the last class to have ranks confirmed before the Lodge recesses for the summer months. There also will be the first Reading of nominations. New York or a a six member family from Sunburst mont., has been chosen to represent Montana in the first nationwide search for the All american family. Selected by judges on the basis of their answers to a questionnaire As the a fall american Montana family were or. And mrs. Dwight Billedeaux of Sunburst and their four children. The children Are Dwight Ioanna Marie 7 Marcie 3, and Lincoln i. Billedeaux a Piegan Indian is i a Junior High school principal teacher and coach at Sunburst in Toole county about eight Miles South of the Canadian Border. Sponsors said the Billedeaux j family and 48 other families rep i 1 resenting each state and the District of Columbia will be at Miami Beach May 23 to june 3 for conferences leading to selection of the All american family. Disaster new Britain Conn. fire chief George Scarlett waited several years for the department to assign him a Plush new automobile. Finally it came and Scarlett parked it in front of the fire station. An alarm sounded and the Hook and ladder roared into action a and into the front of Scarletto a new car. The starfish eats oysters in the Shell. It pulls the Bivalve open with its suction tentacles then turns its own stomach inside out to digest the treat. Opening in naval Reserve unit told a number of vacancies exist in surface division 13-2 of the naval Reserve in Butte cmdr. A. D. Yost inspector instructor announced saturday. The berths Are to be filled by veterans and no veterans with special emphasis on the recruiting of 17-year-Olds. Young men who meet the physical and mental requirements have an Opportunity to learn a useful Trade and receive pay for Drill attendance each thursday evening. Additional information is available from John Sevores Petty officer first class at the Navy recruiting substation in the Post office building or from the recruiting staff of the naval Reserve training Center at Florence and Wall. Funeral services for Leonard Bunny Philp 17, victim of a gunshot Accident North of Butte wednesday were conducted saturday afternoon in Duggan Merrill mortuary. The Rev. Ronald Hallett officiated and Mary Lou Quinn Sang several selections accompanied by mrs. Pearl Littlejohn. Friends of the youth filled the Chapel and there was a profusion of Floral offerings. Many former classmates at Sherman school attended the services. Burial was in holy Cross cemetery. Pallbearers were Ranee de Den Peter Ygnatowiz Aaron Ralph Dayle Miller James Foley and Art Roebuck. Honorary pallbearers were August Stroshein Frank Dinsmore Peter Hills Dor Como Raymond report and Pat Lee. Lumber Camp songs Are being collected Ithaca. . a a Collet Tion of lumber Camp songs is boing made by an 81-year-old Coshocton . Man. Ezra Barhight who worked la lumber Camps in Pennsylvania 60 years ago is tape recording Soma of the songs he Learned there. A we used to get together 30 or 40 of us in the lobby of the Camp and sing songs until Midnight a Barhight recalled. Most of the songs Are american in origin some of them adapting earlier Irish and English ballads. V ? v a v a a a v a Pink a White a Black a yellow a red a Navy a Turquoise a Orchid a beige # a to 1.98 Zipper closing Down the Back. Cuffed legs. Two slash pockets. Buy 2 or 3 pair in assorted colors at this exceptionally Low Price sizes to to 20. Sportswear second floor special Purchase summer fabrics 2-week Sale custom made table pads up to 36x48�?� 7.98 a 48x66�?� .8.98 Extension leaves a 9�?� Leaf .2.49# 12�?� loaf 2.98 protect your table tops from Burns scratches and stains. These made to order pads covered with Pyro Xilin and Vinyl Leatherette with suede cloth Back and insulated with Armstrong Felt Cork. Accurate measurement guarantees a perfect fit. Use a Good Grade of Craft paper to make a pattern of i the table. Do not include Bevelled Edge. White wheat Walnut or mahogany. Domestics main floor Cotton Plasse 3 yes. Is Reg. 49c cd o yes. Plain or prints. Solid colors in yellow it. Green Pink White Aqua or Blue. Colo fast. Checked Gingham 59c Reg. 79c cd. A to cd. Sanford Zed. Is and a Inch checks. Black Green yellow Blue or red. All with White. Butcher Linen Reg. 79c cd 2 yes. $1 terrific selection of colors Navy Blue Rose it. Blue. Green Cocoa Orchid Pink or beige. Yard goods main floor sensational Sale famous recording artists recons popular recordings with leading vocalists and orchestras 78 rpm Only. Come in and see the entire collection. You la find your favorite songs by such artists As a Frankie Laine a Johnnie Ray a Dan Terry a Tony Bennett a to Stafford a Cene Autry a Mitch Miller a Guy Mitchell e Sammy Kaye e Arthur Godfrey e Doris Day e Rosemary Clooney stationery main floor misses Sanford Zed Cotton twill shorts leading vocalists amp orchestras of these famous recordings for

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