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to Saturday, said discontinued, car and going to banks any were involves other car men. $80, with or the committee will election midnight Ken Gene about 8:45 redeemable said. the dancing and the which previously James H. Easbey Chairman SA Advisory Board James H. Easbey was installed as chairman of the Salvation Army advisory board at a dinner meeting meeting at the Placer hotel last night. More than 50 attended the affair, which was a combined installation dinner and farewell party for Lis. Glen and Melba Gildcn, who are being transferred to Bellingham, Wash. Ralph Lodge, outgoing president, was installing officer. Other board officers are the Rev. Gordon Patterson, vice chairman; Mae S. Whaley, re-elected secretary, secretary, and Melvin J. Davis, re-elected treasurer. New advisory board members included included Eve Smith, Dr. Belle C. Richards, Chadwick Smith, Russell Stiles, Kuno Doerr and B. Clark Pyfer. Lodge was presented with a gift for his outstanding service as board chairman and the group gave the Gildens a farewell gift. It was announced that the Gild- ens, who have served in the Helena citadel since 1951, will be replaced by a man who is being married Los Angeles today. The newly-married newly-married couple is to be in Helena no later than Feb. 4. They are Second Lt. Thomas Cisar, who has been in Havre, and Lt. Doreen Gold- thwaith. C. S. Nesmith was master of ceremonies. Among those who spoke during the dinner were Lodge, Easbey, Major and Mrs. John Allen of the Great Falls Salvation Salvation Army, new board member?, Eleanor Wirth, an officer of the women's league, her grandson. Ronald McKnight, 12, who talked about Salvation Army youth ac tivities, Maggie Smith Hathaway, 20-year-old board member, Mayor Otto L. Brackman, and the Gildens. lieutenant Gilden expressed the couple's thanks to the people of Helena for the splendid co-operation co-operation they have received while serving serving in the Capital City. The couple was highly commended by all speakers. today the said about and down military law had file of game the for $550 have aged by than institution tried gar were escaping