Marriage of Rose Marie Nopper and Leroy Olesen

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Marriage of Rose Marie Nopper and Leroy Olesen
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assistant rubric commit ice of institutions, representatives to attend today from the cathedral North Warren nack should material and cold dinner cuts, cold Dinner m- Beverages Registration will hold a in the parish p. m. Whist, canasta will be refresh iiie punnc is the" £oli0WjnE the Uu* ceremony, the bride'! ihrother, Frank Nopper, sen-ed the. Clasoil Home]3" White Sulphur Sjwings Whil* Sulphur Spririgs— HoM Mirte Nor-uer. diughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freii Nopper. became the bride of Lcroy Olesen, son of 'Mm. Mamie Oleson. in a double ring service at St. Bartholomew's .church Saturday, Nov. v. ine Rev. Lawrence D. bimons read ine ■marriage service. The marriage Iceremonv at 10 a. m. was followed |by i wedding breakfast at the Hanson, uid families. They re turned home Monday and were! ccompanled by Mrs. Hanson who. ■ill visit there a few days. The Hospital guild will hold a carnival at the elementary school auditorium on Saturday, Nov. 23, for the benefit ol Mountaltmew Memorial hospital. Carnival rangemenls are under the general 'school luneh r reception at the rectory held from 2 p. m. to 4 p. m. The bride was given in mar riage by her father. The attendants of the bridal couple were Barbara Coburn. maid of honor. and Gordon Marcotte, best man. The bridesmaids w ere Mary Louise Nelson and Mama Bailey. Jack Oleson, brother of the bridegroom, served as usher, Sandra and Sherry Nopiier. sisters of the bride, were flower girls. Mrs. Ethel Knight played traditional wedding marcnes at ine organ. at 11 a. in. and «tla'r'n»n'hip of Supt. E, K, Town and Worthwhile community meeting m. at the Clasoil topic will be of Cub held Thurs-Iday East Helena parents are meeting of the Cory-Dullum 10,010 at 7 p. m. meeting of the club was evening at the Carlson. Mi presided at Mrs. R. F. devotions on joint meeting and Mother's Thursday at home of Mrs. tieoree Fhll- Be* Mas- toe Kebeatafl win served Pwiry Rebekah, Cabin cafe in! evening. Bernlce Sitton placed eupa with the each guest's of the tab e roses, Miwj with a cor- roses by frumps. banquet the reg Pansy Rebekah At the reception, Mrs. Gordon Marcotte of Anaconda and Mrs. ITsrriet Duffy of Helena presided at the serving table. Barbara Co-j ;burn was in charge of the guest: :bi>ok; and Mary Louise Nelson and Marcla Bailey took ca the gift table. Mr. and Mrs. Olcsen left wedding trip to Spokane, and wilt imake their home in Helena, wn> he is employed. Out-af-town guests at the w ding were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nopper, Mrs. Harriet uuny ana son Danny and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Odland, all of Helena: Mr. and Mrs Paul Pattes of Boie-man; Mr. and Mrs. Bushirk of Nei-hart; Mr. and Mrs, Cordon Mar cotte of Anaconda; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Olesen of Spokane and Frank Nopper of Billings. A linen bridal shower was given ^Wednesday honoring Rose Marie Nooner. who became a bride on Saturday. The shower was held at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Huffman, and was put on hy Barbara Coburn and her mother, Mrs. Thomas Coburn. Present were Marcia Bailey, Mary Louise Nelson, Toy De Mat?, La-vada Fallang, Sharon Rader. Barbara Musgrove, Nancy Lynfi, Janet Nelson, Mary Huffman, Gladys Heggle, Marcis Young,; Madelyn Nopper. Sandra and! Sharon Nopper, and the guest ofj honor Rase Marie Nopper, and! hostesses Barbara and Gladys Co-! burn. Mr, and Mrs- Arthur Anderson and children Joyce and Steven of Fairfield visited Mrs. Anderson's mother, Mrs, Bertha Hanson, and her brothers, Roger and Elmer Wright. Community orgsnliatlcns that will sponsor the evening! mtertainment are the Wednesday Night Sewing club, the Hobby club, the ODQ club, the parent- Teachers association, the OHH club, the Merrymakers, Rotary. Veterans of Foreign Wars and their auxiliary, and the American Legion >r.d auxiliary. Ronald Anthony, son of Mr. -lid Mrs. Louis Anthony, has turned home from Harlowton where he was a patient at the Wheat and Memorial hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ray (jomplon luve returned from Malta where thev were guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown, former wnue Sulphur Springs residents, Mr. 'and Mrs. Jack Quigley of Frontier Town visited her grand parents. Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Bears, and other relatives during the weekend. Jack Musgrove spent a few days j li home from Terry where he is working with a construction com-puny. Mr. and Mrs. uonaia Biancnii ere Sunday guests nf his father' and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bianchi. Donald Bianchi is a stu dent at Montana State college. Angus Doig of Eingling attended a director's meeting of the Livestock association *t the court hnuse. Tuesday. Will Lt. day. said. Lt. reserve Rm liri to «« give sary, is movies for of at Electric Repair SHICK - SUNBEAM Mail Ordari— Helena Office Acro» Prem Pest Off k«-305 N. HEY! there la none better than Kutuckr Fried tfileken from Ihe Hey Bob and far a taste i waey, BOB CkJUST GOOD Breakfosf • Dinners 7 a.m. 7 p.m.— Mondays,

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  1. The Independent-Record,
  2. 17 Nov 1957, Sun,
  3. Page 2

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