wedding announcement 1 Jan 1939
Grieg following hostess on wero decoia- tapers took lo Arthur was the Rev. The C. on and Hel- carols was also enjoyed. LITERARY DEPARTMENT CAROL PROGRAM Miss Betty Schultz, accompanied Miss Mary Templeton, sang several several carol selections and an effective effective Christmas episode was presented presented when members of the liler- ary department of the Helena Woman's club held their Christmas meeting Monday al the Y. W. C. A. The program was under the direction direction of Mrs. Payne Templetou. WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION TO MEET The divisions of the Fiist Presbyterian Presbyterian church will meet Â«s follows: follows: Division 1. with Mrs. J. M. Bonrdman, 702 Madison avenue. Division 4, with Mrs. Walter Fallon, Fallon, 323 Holler, assisted by Mrs Carl Hill, January 3, at 2:30 p. m. Divisions 2 and 3 have postponed postponed their meetings until January January 10. the marriage of their daughter Cecilia Cecilia to William McKnight at Boulder, Boulder, December 20 The a t t e n d Wb.-"* Mr. and Mrs. Dan Tlffiny. Mr. and Mrs. McKnight will make their home In Helena. --.Â«_ VBRA REBECCA AUXILIARY Announcement has been made that Vcra Rebecca auxiliary has postponed their meeting of Monday Monday ,the 9th, until Monday January 23. OFFICERS JOSEPHINE HEP.VKK Helena at 5 at De civic their to dance C. CHAPTER DINNER Mrs. Elva Kleiner, worthy matron, matron, and John W. Mahan, worthy patron of tho Josephine Hepuer Chapter N o W 89, O. E. S., pie- sldcd over a handsomely appointed appointed dinner given at the Montana club last week In honor of the officers officers who bad served uuder them during the past year. Pink loses and white pompons centered the table. The ends of the table were graced with star mirrors on which CIUPTER O, P. E. O. CHltlST.MAS PARTY Mrs. Thomas L. H a u k i n hostess to Chapter O of I 1 . E. O. it t h e i r a n n u a l chnstinus Saturday of last week at h"r home. Mrs. Hawkins uas assisted hv Mrs. Myioll Wilson and Miss Ann Beckwith. The nrogiam was in charge of Mrs Guy Richardson assisted assisted by Mrs. Louis Lane and Mrs Tale Peek. Christmas decorations v.ero used t h i o u g h o u t the home and table, w h e i e places were marke 1 for 26 members. by f Christmas were placed candelabras holding Pink and white tapers. Individual favors |n the form of miniature candelabraa and gift packages were at each guest plate. Following the dinner the guests enjoyed cards at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mahan. The host and hostess were presented with beautiful beautiful gifts from their subordinate officers who are as follows: Mrs. Esther Tongren, Mrs. Emma Emma Holverson, Mrs. Alice Wesr, Mrs. Mabel Small, Mrs. Mae Hlllls, Miss Dorothea Casper, Mrs. Barbara Barbara Hill, Mrs. Geneva Brown, Mrs. Renee Peterson, Mrs. Mae Flake, Mrs. lola Mahan, Mrs. Josephine Clements, Miss Frances Forgy, Miaa Gladys Larson, Wallace Bruce --1 Leslie Garber. PHILATHKA CLUB CHRISTMAS PARTY An enjoyable Christmas party was given for the members of St. Paul's Phllathea club by Mr. and Mrs. George M. Tinker at their home on Holllns avenue on Tuesday Tuesday night, December 30. A delicious delicious dessert supper wu served at 7:30, followed by a merry treasure hunt for the Christmas gifts. Games and the singing of Christmas carols carols occupied the evening. WED IN LEWISTOWN The marriage of Miss Bea Mo- navels of Lewlstowa to J. Alan Murphy of Helena, was quietly solemnised mt the Catholic church In Lewlstown, at a. ra.. Saturday. December 11. After a short wedding wedding trip Mr. and Mri. Murphy will make their home la Helena. HOLIDAY PARTY . Joan and Jerry Oleason w o r e heals to a email group O f their frlenla at their hone, 7)1 Hotter. Thursday. Guests numbered eight. MAMIAGK ANNOUNCED Mr. and Mn. Frank Wind of lit East Fifth aveaie, aanoaace CRITTENTON HOME CIRCLE TO MEET Tho Florence Crlttcnden Horn Circle will meet on Friday, J a n 6. at 2 - 3 0 o'clock, at the Home This being the first meeting: of th year and the newly elected officers will preside. Mrs. J. D. Sutphrn picsldent, Mrs. Jack Houston, vice president; Mig K. M. Shoemaker secretary; Mrs Lama Holker treasurer, and Mrs. II. B. Sayrc auditor. The ladles of the Episcopal Episcopal church will be the hostesses for the afternoon. A cordial Invitation Is extended to all who are Interested In the work of the Florence Crlttenden Home to attend. LINEN SHOWER HONORS MRS. NILAX, JR. Mrs. Leo J. Elsen entertained Monday evening at her home on Flowerree street, at a delightful linen shower In honor of her daughter, daughter, Mrs. John Nllan. Jr. The table table decorations were in the Christmas Christmas motif. Mrs. Nllan Is the former former Miss Vivian Ethel Linderman. Her marriage to Mr. Nllan took I place In Nocember at Klngraon, Arizona. She left last Wednesday tor Boulder City to join Mr. Milan who is employed there. CHRISTMAS PARTY DIRIQO CLUB Members of th eDIrlgo club enjoyed enjoyed a delightful program at the First Christian church at t h e i Christmas party last Tuesday eve- to J V of not The Mr. speaker. jnd iry t H music, t h on Your social success your personality--newly designed for you--by B E A 111 Fuller AT*.