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Helena Independent Record (Newspaper) - August 4, 1957, Helena, Montana Page to wot Independent record Helena mont., sunday August 4, iwo East Helena news items Hurch notices Sis. Cyril it Methodius Catholic Rev. Charles w. Mccarthy. Pastor. Sunday masses at 7 and 9. Week Day masses at 8 30. Of he meeting the regular meeting of vow Post 10.010 will be held tuesday evening at seven o clock at the club. A Sis meeting the regular meeting of the a vacs. Which was to have been held August 8. Has been postponed to a later Date. City items the regular meeting of the East Helena City Council scheduled for monday aug. 5. Has been postponed until tuesday aug. 6. At 7 of clock in the evening. Mayor John Petek takes this Opportunity to extend his thanks to All of the Many residents who co operated in shutting off their sprinklers at the sounding of the fire alarm thursday evening. Policing of the City to curb running of Stop signs at intersections has been ordered at All times. A full Stop is required. Residents of the City Are reminded by mayor Petek that parking of cars in the alleys and obstructing driveways is forbidden. In Case of fire this practice could prove dangerous. Personals mrs. Frank Hacks and infant son Mark Allen were dismissed from St. Johns Hospital monday. Or. Louis Smith and two Chil Iren Kevin and Karen of Van Guys calif., arrived by plane wednesday evening and Are visiting his parents or. And mrs. Trouts Smith and other relatives. For a week. Or. And mrs. Ray Hiltner and a on David accompanied by their Nephew and Niece. Jackie and Carla Skufca of Helena spent thursday and Friday touring Yellowstone Park. Or. And mrs. John Knapp and or. And mrs. Paul Knapp Are spending their vacation in Yellowstone Park and the Jackson Hole country. K. Nybo of Miles City is visiting at the Home of his Nephew and family or. And mrs. 0. B . They Are spending the weekend at Flathead Lake where he will visit his Niece. Mrs. Vav. S. Sanders at Bigfork. Or. And mrs. Ralph Hammer Strom Are planning to leave the first of september for Pittsburgh. To to make their Home for a year. Mrs. Heinz Christe and infant son James in were dismissed from St. John s Hospital saturday. Mrs. Christe is the former Jennie Tursich. Hmc/2 Evelyn Swartzback of Camp Pendleton Oceanside calif., who is visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. Bert Halverson and other friends spent the past i week in Seattle with her Mother and returned Here on saturday. Or. And mrs. Bruno Sartini and daughter Pauline of great Falls visited at the Homes of or. And mrs. John Smith. Or. Or. And mrs. Kes Bigler and or. And mrs. John Rigler last sunday. I Pauline is spending a w Eek with Mary Jean Rigler. Dick Soja of Butte visited Here last sunday at the Home of his Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. Steve Strekall. Mrs. D. S. Billett was dismissed from St. Johns Hospital on tuesday after being a patient there i for a month. A sgt. And mrs. Al Jensen left tuesday for Ben Juriew air Force base. French Morocco. There sgt. Jensen has been assigned to the 10th airborne depot . Enro Ute they will spend five Days with his brother and sister in Law or. And mrs. Robert Jensen in Rochester. Minn. They spent three weeks Here with her parents. Or. And mrs. Steve Strekall and leave new York City by plane on aug. 15. Or. And mrs. Steve Strekall and sgt. And mrs. Al Jensen spent last sunday in Butte where they visited relatives and friends. Gerry Robinson son of or. And mrs. Edwin a. Robinson and Charles Lane son of or. And mrs. Stanley Lane left saturday for Yakima Wash., for two weeks training in the army reserves. Or. And mrs. Charles Gorsich and daughters Gale and Sandy left saturday for their Home in 1 Bellevue Wash., after spending i ten Days Here with his parents daughters Doloros and Donna spent three Days the first of the week at Glacier Park. Mrs. Delbert Mallicote spent Friday and saturday in Lewistown visiting her brother and family. Or. And mrs. John Muffick jr., returned wednesday from Greenville Texas where they spent three weeks visiting their son Dick. Enro Ute Home they visited her brother in Law and no show tonight at Tho brewery theatre Stone Park where they spent sunday and monday. Or. And mrs. Ernie Magennis left tuesday for their Home in Santa Barbara calif., after a ten Day visit with Hor parents or. /. Iran mrs. Frank benign and or. And mrs Frank Gorsich. On 0 h 5r r�?zutive5 the Kerr thursday mrs. Gormakh atom a d a a it a j a b pained them to y in Stone Park we h hot where they spent he Day. Sh.,w, wll0 spin wreck he Marsha and Sandy Blohm Arr visiting her grandparents spending a week in Deer lodge1 mrs. Frank Russ or. Returned at the Home of their grandpas thursday from red Lodge where ends. Or. And mrs. Carl Lohrei Sec visited her son in Law and sister or. And mrs. Edward bar daughter or. And mrs. Cecil Kirchner and family in Waite or. And mrs. Clifford Lamping Champa and daughter and mrs. I bark Minn and or. And mrs. Ted Cote of Mary Paynich for two weeks. John Tursich entered the vet Holena returned Friday from or. And mrs. Everett Warfield i Erans Hospital at fort Harrison Salmon. Idaho where they spent returned saturday from a weeks i monday for medical treatment three Days. Vacation trip to Portland. Ore., a sgt. And mrs. In l. Dupuis where they visited her bother in and two sons of Moses Lake Law and sister or. And mrs. Loo Wash., Are visiting his parents. Marshall and friends. Or. And mrs. In l. Dupuis or. David Warfield son of or. And Steve Yuricic left thursday mrs. Everett Warfield is now for Baltimore md., where he w ill stationed at fort Ord calif., for be employed by the Bendix radio Bis six month training with the corp. His wife and family will army reserves join him when housing facilities mrs. Steve Sitnick of Ham Are available. Mond. Ind., arrived saturday by or. And mrs. William Arndt i plane and is spending three weeks accompanied by her Mother mrs. At the Home of her Mother mrs. Caroline Sasek. Spent three Days Mary lipstick and other remain Missoula the first of the week fives. At the Home of or. And mrs. Hal or. And mrs. Charles Crouse Schwend and family. And two sons of Bozeman spent or. And mrs. Lester Erwin and i two Days Here at the Home of her family and her Mother mrs. Myrl i parents or. And mrs. C. A Carlson spent saturday and Sun Beyer. They left Friday morning Day in Glacier Park. They were for Kalispell on business accompanied Home by Jackie or arid mrs. T. W. Sitton left Carlson who had spent a week at this morning for Portland Ore Camp Napi. Accompanied by Christy Screnar or. My mrs. Norman Carlson who will visit at the Home of or. And Jon and Jean spent three and mrs. Joe Krisman and family Days the first of the week at or. And mrs. Sitton will visit i Swan Lake. Sister mrs. D. L. Brentnall. And mrs. Walter Stanghill and in two daughters and other friends Fant son Curtis Allen were Dis they will also visit or. And mrs missed from St. Peters Hospital j. F. Sitton in Coos Bay Ore. Friday. Vicki Sitton daughter of or or. And mrs. George Schodt and mrs. Norman Sitton of Butte and family of Richland. Wash., is staying with her great grand spent two Days at the Home of Mother mrs. Carrie Hufford. Her brother in Law and sister while or. And mrs. Sitton Are in or. And mrs. Mell Meccage. And Oregon. Family. They were in route to or. And mrs Tom Hoff and Billings where they will visit her a a a father. Conard Mehling. Miss Marjorie Mergenthaler and Barbara Babcock spent tues Day in Livingston and were overnight guests at the Home of or and mrs. William Sparling in Billings. Or. Sud mrs. Joe Bachmeier and four children of Seattle Wash., visited five Days at the Home of her brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. Albert Yuricic and family and another sister and family. Or. And mrs. Tom Stem. They were Enro Ute to Orrin North Dakota to visit her parents or. And mrs. Wendilen Schell. Family style Chicken dinners served Ivory sunday afternoon Placer Hofei coff shop $1.75 adults 11.04 children children under age 6 Frbnk Al you can oat for Anova prices. Vermont Given Coolidge Home every tuesday at the Marlow have mom and dad pick up your free tickets at super save drug or Buttrey s super Market s is. I tuesday Warter Brennan in goodbye my lady Quot a plus 3 color cartoons Martin Van Buren was the first of the presidents of the United states to be american born under the american Flag but earlier presidents were All american born. The Imperial dynasty of Japan which traditionally dates from 880 b.c., but for which Date there is no historical proof is Tho oldest reigning family in the world. Plymouth vt.�?f/p>�?1the Coolidge Homestead where the 30th spec/3c Jimmy Haslip son of president of the United states or. And mrs. James Haslip a was sworn in by lamplight 34 Rived Home last Friday from years ago was turned Over to Kaiserslautern Germany where the state of Vermont saturday. He has been stationed for the John Coolidge son of former Button free. Quilted non Sag Edge $79.50 completely quilted inside and out. Deep layers of quilted Cotton Felt specially designed innerspring. Non stretch Border padded and Cross stitched. 8 fresh air vents. Four orning handles. Of hex sprint Walt mattresses from $49.50 to year i Arentz non Sao Edge the Spring Wall a Cret of finn. Correct body rapport. Matching Box Spring with non Sag Edge a of joas seen on television Wright furniture 413 n. Main St. Past 18 months. He received his discharge at fort Sheridan 111. Or. And mrs. Frank Verbanac jr., and family Are now living in the Verbanac Home on Riggs Street. He was recently discharged from the air Force at great Falls where he had been stationed for the past three years. Or. And mrs. Oscar Bledsoe and mrs. Ann Russell of North Hollywood. Calif., were weekend guests at the Home of or. And mrs. L. Hiltner. President Calvin Coolidge presented the deed to the property to gov. Joseph b. Johnson at ceremonies which Drew hundreds of spectators. The ceremonies contrasted with the simple scene in the parlor of the Small White painted Coolidge Home in the Early morning dark on aug. 3, 1923. There was no pomp As Calvin Coolidge placed his hand on the family Bible and took the oath of office As president administered or. And mrs. Frank Verbanac. By his father. Col. John c. Cool-jr., his father and sister Mari a duct a Village notary Anne return today from Neo Bay. The on y right then was a Wash. They were accompanied Songie 0u lamp. Here by staff sgt. John Verbanac -4.who will spend a months furlough your feet can be protected at his parents Home. I from moisture by giving the soles mrs. Dora Evans who has been of your shoes several Coats of making her Home with her son shellac. In Law and daughter or. And mrs. Gates 13 open Vii 7 45 i Vlf unset cd 9,/ first show 8 30 first times Tofte plus kiddies color cartoon Edward Smith is now living in Helena at 26 s. Benton. Or. And mrs. Andy Wingerter and son Vera of Tacoma Wash., who have been visiting her parents or. And mrs. Victor stip Cich sr., and other relatives for the past week left for their Home j monday. Or. And mrs. Joseph Lessar. And children Kathy and Joe of Missoula spent three Days the past week at the Home of or. And mrs. Clark Pyfer and or. And mrs. Joseph m. Sasek. Or. And mrs. Lee r. Blohm of Carlsbad n. M., and his aunt mrs. Ethel Ebers of Beardstown i 111., who visited at the Home of j their son and family or. And mrs. Robert Blohm returned to their Homes monday. Or. And mrs. Al Arko and two daughters left Friday for their Home in Cleveland after spending ten Days at the Home of her Uncle and aunt or. And mrs. Joseph Prebil or. While Here they accompanied or. And mrs. Joseph Prebil jr., and or. And mrs. Edward Prebil to yellow dutch maid malt shop we make our own ice Cream 5th and Rodney Bozeman Jaycee Roundup at Bozeman mont., fri., ., sun., August 9-10-11 Appaloosa horse show aug. I Rad la at 3 . $3,500 in purses. . Approved it s Reaux it s wild a it s we Stirni inside Aroon a . Fieldhouse 3 big performances Friday August 9 8 00 p. Saturday August 10-8 00 p. Sunday August la 2 00 p. 5 contest events Oral Zumwalt producer reserved seats�?$2.00 tax inc. Write Bozeman chamber of Commerce general admission�?$1.50, tax Ilc. Children under 12�?75c town East Helena now showing tonight thru tuesday shows at 7 and 9 o clock mfr Tim a v i Cinema Audrey musical open at 12 noon a Miro w it s Cool inside mow showing two great stars in a top Western thriller from the great novel written by Montana a own Norman Fox let s of to the Marlow first times Tonitte Gates open 7 45 shows Start 8 30 the riotous fun of the stage hit a and More a from presents in cinemascope and metro Cox Marion Brando Glenn toed Machos Kyo n the teahouse of the August Macb Epke Ubert James Stewart Audie Murphy jus Sam Suko Oto Uwi a Mitsuko Sawamura imn Duryea Dianne Foster i Haine me mum a also news and 2 color cartoons a plus a in cinemascope a George Jessel in the wonders of Washington d. Woody Woodpecker cartoon and latest news events hey done to have Mother stand Over a hot stove to Cook dinner or fix a picnic lunch order a pail of Chicken from the hey Bob. Just $3.00 Pau of Chicken enough for four. You got four salads or Gravy French Fries hot biscuits. I individual orders to go. Only $1.10 salad or Gravy French Fries and hot biscuits just phone in your order and pick it up in is minutes we Cater to Large parties banquets and picnics. Bob Ustari Center i 2 2709 a message to the Good people of Helena prom the Mayer of Bandit Alley s. P. Loranz friends know your police officers there a 21 police officers on Tho Helena police department. Each of these men is a proud taxpaying resident of the City of Helena. Each Man is on Call at All times. His duty hour Span your vacation time and All the holidays from Christmas through the fourth of july. There a More than 20,000 people in Helena with one policeman for each thousand of us. Municipal authorities say that we should have a minimum of 30 policemen for each 20,000 people. Our Pouce officers Are doing Thi work of one and a half min. Add to this Tho fact that the last legislature decreed the five Day Wark week for All employees of Tho City and you can see that we must have six additional police officers if we Are to have Protection equal Only to what we had before the five Day week was established. So let s All remember that although it is the police officer s unpleasant task to give us traffic tickets when we violate the Law it is the same police officer who protects our property and aids the members of our Community who Are in distress. Remember too that a ask him to risk his ufos in performing his duties. We must have six More police officers at once if we Are to continue to have the minimum police Protection we have had in the past. Also our fire department is undermanned. Chock for yourself. Visit your police and fire departments. Her a the facts on record july 29, 1957, actual police on duty a two from 5 . To 8 .�?thro# police on duty from 8 . To 4 from 4 . To 8 . Tho following Day. De you know that your fire department right now is manned by Only three Active men on duty for All the fire fighting equipment de you know your 1957-58 preliminary budget does not contain any provision for maintaining and repairing fire equipment do you know our fire alarm system is outmoded and does not protect enough area of Tho City Helena is growing lets All help next budget meeting will be held at the Civie Center August 7, 7 30 . This advertisement paid for by e. P. Loranz As t Public service

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