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Butte Montana Standard Newspaper Archives May 12 1957, Page 5

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Butte Montana Standard (Newspaper) - May 12, 1957, Butte, Montana Slate medical men meet Here a banquet and social hour saturday night concluded a one Day Butte meeting of about 60 members of the Montana obstetrical and gynaecological society. All a sins of the society a a Lith annual meeting were in the hotel Finlen. Or. Leonard w. Brewer of Missoula president was in charge at business sessions and presided at die banquet. Convention arrangements were made by or. Charles w. Pemberton of Butte. Among the guest speakers were or. Herbert w. Horne jr., Harvard medical school where he is assistant in gynaecology. 1 members of the society Are a drs. Leonard a. Barrow Billings Alan b. Bond great Falls Joseph h. Brancamp Butte Joseph e. Brann Kalispell Leonard w. Brewer Missoula Horace e. Brogan Miles City Joseph m. Brooke Ronan Matthew w. Calvert Laurel Porter s. Cann non Conrad Glenn a. Carmichael Missoula Robert j. Casey great Falls Katherine e. Dawson Helena Paul l. Eneboe Bozeman b. C. Farrand Jordan Harold w. Fuller great Falls Maude m. Gerdes Billings William b. Gerlach great Falls David Gregory Glasgow Earl l. Hall great Falls John c. Hanley great Falls Robert d. Harper Sidney b. John heetderksjr., Bozeman Robert j. Hitchens sr., Chinook w. H. Hom Bach Billings Elna m. Howard Miles City Bob e. Hulit Billings John e. Hynes Billings Maurice e. K. Johnson Kalispell Albert l. Juergens Dillon Robert d. Knapp Wolf Point Chester w. Lawson Havre Robert h. Leeds Chinook Everett h. Lind Strom Helena Robert e. Matti son Billings Robert e. Mattison Billings Robert j. Mcgregor great Falls Frank l. Mcphail great Falls Morris r. Wynne Helena John c. Murphy Ekalaka Cedric h. Nelson Billings Clyde h. Norman Missoula c. W. Pemberton Butte Joseph s. Pennepacker Sidney r. L. Peterson Hamilton Frank j. Pickett Bozeman Stephen n. Preston a Missoula Omer c. Rathman Billings Arnold e. Rift great Falls John w. Schubert Lewistown James a. Shown great Falls William h. 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Ray Phares of Adams City and her two daughters Lyn Ette three and Cathy six. Colorado state patrol chief Gilbert r. Carrell personally supervised the helicopter Rescue. The women and children had been stranded since Friday by floodwaters from the Little Thompson River and horse tooth canal. Attempts to reach the farm by boat Friday night were unsuccessful and the Academy was contacted for a helicopter. Carrel said the farm was surrounded on three sides by the River and the canal both swollen Over their Banks from heavy Rains. I j a a a a Ltd i a a pm Hong it All on a Handy genuine Cal a for Quality ,398 fair Trad. Prica / indoor a for pro Ono laundry kids Flat work Clotho Rock far Saft Mont of Caroga ironing Caddy portable clothes Hanger save Steps avoid wrinkles a a hang those freshly ironed clothes right beside your ironing Board on this portable folding clothes rack that holds up to 24 garments yet folds to fit in a drawer saves time. Saves space. Cal Dak qualify features a Light. Durable tubular steel with rust resistant Zinc plated finish. A sturdily braced to stand firm and rigid when open. 101-pc. Dinner set service for 12 with Teapot and 6 extra cups 2998 Reg. 39.98 we were Able to Purchase a limited Quantity of these Beautiful Semi vitreous China dinner sets just in time for this May Roundup Sale Complete service for 12 plus Teapot and 6 extra cups. At generous savings 12 place setting include a a 12 dinner plates a a 12 salad plates a a 12 bread and Butters a a 12 cups and saucers a a 12 fruit dishes a a 12 soup plates a a i covered sugar a 1 Creamer 2 vegetable dishes i Large Platter i Small Platter i Gravy boat i Pickle dish i Teapot 6 extra cups h out swamp downstairs China third floor

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