The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 20, 1957 · Page 8
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 8

Kalispell, Montana
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Wednesday, November 20, 1957
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Social Calendar WEDNESDAY Hospital Volunteers S o w i n g : Group, Community Room, Kalispell General Hospital, 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Note change in date. Brevities Mrs. Eva Norton has returned to Kalispell after -.pending two months on Vancouver Island visiting with Watson. her brother, Wilbur Past Presidents Farley, American Legion Auxiliary, Mrs. Everett Berns, 560 Fourth Ave. West- North, 8 p.m. Flathead Area Square Circle Fetes Bride-Elect At Shower FERNDALE (ILNS) -- Miss Dance 'Shirley Smith of Ferndale and Council, Hellman's residence, 8 Noxon, whose marriage to Orley p.m. Bring sandwiches. Edgewood Homcmakers, M r s . Donald Dahl, 7;30 p.m. Evergreen Better Homes Home Martin took place last Saturday, was the inspiration for a shower the previous Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Albert Hariir owa/i -8 THE INTER LAKE, Wednesday, November 19, 1957 Demonstration Club, Mrs. Rocky ess, with members of the Ferndale Mrs. Robert Russell of Hot Springs was a Saturday visitor in Kalispell with her sisters, Mrs. Robert Dalke Marcure. and Mrs. George Koerper. Meet at Ed Varholdt home for rides, 7:45 p.rn. Psi Chapter, BSP, Miss Connie McCowan, 376 Second Ave. East- North, 8 p.m. THURSDAY Lakeside Ladies Club, Mrs. Oursland, 1:30 luncheon. Christmas gifts for Shodair Hospital for Crippled Children; white elephant sale. Sewing Circle as co-hostesses. After two humorous games and a social time, jtfiss Smith was assisted in opening her many gifts by her cousin, Mrs. Bill Fox. Among guests present were Miss Smith's mother, Mrs. Leonard Smith and her grandmother, Mrs. F. C. KHziniller. Others present were Mrs. Paul Kitzmiller, Mrs. Lonnie Kitzmiller, Mrs. Don Penney, Mrs. Lloyd Smith, Mrs. Jim Mr. and Mrs J. E. Howard and Kalispell Lodge AFAM, 8 p.m. Roberts, Mrs. Harold Braaten, ·on, John, o £ ' Great Falls were Work in Fellow Craft degree;'Mrs. Orville Weed, , Mrs. AVm. weekend guests at the home of lunch. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Graham. Second Lt. and Mrs. William Roath and son, Bill Jr., left yesterday for Texas where Lt. Roath will Knights of Columbus, Social Center, 8 p.m. Mountain View Birthday Club, Mrs. John Hetland, 1:30 dessert. Bring Christmas package for Moos, -Mrs. Earl Ferguson, Mrs. report for flight training at Lack- French family; election of officers, land Air Force Base. En route Neighbors of Woodcraft Thimble land Air Force Base. En route they will spend time in Billings with his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roath, and with Mrs. Roath's parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Phillips in Forsyth. In Denver, Colo., they will be guests oE Roath's grandparents, Mr. aud Mrs. William W. Speer. Club, Mrs. lla Brooks, 327 Fourth St. West, 8 p. m. Christian Women's Fellowship, Central Christian Church, 1:30 p.m: Group 1. Mrs. L. E. Fry, 322 Eighth St. East. Group 2. Mrs. Hosmer Webb, 163 Fourth Ave. East-North. Whitefish Lady Firemen, Masonic Temple, 2 p.m. Circles, F i r s t Presbyterian Church, 1:30 p.m.: 2. Church parlor. Elmer Weed, Mrs. Carl Tykeson, Mrs. Robert Wells, Mrs. Ed Ramsfield, Mrs. Dave Bolstad, Mrs. Bill Rolston, Mrs. Ted Fox,. Mrs. Harry Hoyt, Mrs. Floyd Mee, Mrs. Roy Hlggins, Mrs. Bill Albrecht and Mrs. Harness. A tray lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. Homecraft Club Elects Officers, Plans Pinner GREENACRES (ILNS) -- Officers were elected and plans for a Christmas dinner were made, 4. Mrs. E. J. Crum, 140 Fourth when members O f the Qreenacres UNPERTURBED--Looking as cool as the wax dummy she is, this mannequin maintains her royal dignity as an unexpected visitor smashes into her display window home in Casper, Wyo. Warren Walker, of Casper, accidentally knocked the automatic transmission o£ his car into "drive" as he leaned over to put some letters into a curbside mailbox. And "drive" the car did right into the store window. Walker suffered shock and lacerations of the left arm._ Star Chapter Initiates Three Three members -were initiated at a meeting last week of Adah Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star at Masonic Hall. Those singing in the choir during the initiatory ceremony were Mrs. Dorothy Manning, Mrs. Nell Aronson, Mrs. Loretta Overby, Mrs. Betty Harvey and Mrs. Velma Lenon. Mrs. Janet Small, worthy matron, presented in absentia 50- year pins and life membership certificates to Mrs. Ruby Rapson of Kalispelt and Ida Marsh, now ; living in Portland, Ore. Mrs. Eliza-' beth Amdt reported on the Ground Observer Corps OES day and asked that members wining to take part in the project contact her. Mrs. Small gave highlights ol the Friendship Night Nov. 4 in Whltefish. An initiation put on by Kali-, spell Assembly, Order of Rainbow for Girls was announced for the next meeting. Mrs. Harriet Hendrickson and Mrs. Mona Mai'tin were co-chairmen of the refreshment commlt- te. Cedar boughs, pine cones and yellow tapers decorated the tables in the dining room for the social hour. The chapter members sang "Happy Birthday" to Mrs. Mallie Russell. Area Clubs Stage Joint Meeting "Thanksgiving" was the program theme for a joint meeting of! Martha. Mrs. E. Long, Cameron : president Mrs" F7s*co'"Va's "re-turning with her to Eureka was East. Circles of Woman's Society, Epworth Methodist Church, 1:15 p.m: Deborah. Mrs. M. M. Johnson, Holt Stage. Homecraft Club met on Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Verne Fisco. Elected to serve during 1958 North Dakotan Spend: Winter in Eureka EUREKA (ILNS) -- Mrs. Jacob'guests of Mrs. Shaw's mother and Erie recently returned from Leeds, were. Mrs. L. E. Bailey, president; N - D - where she had been vislf and Mrs. John Buhmiller, vice ! »S with relatives and friends. Re- Kalispell and Glacier Toastmistress Clubs last Thursday at Temple Tea Room with 23 members in attendance. Those taking part in table topics were Mae Allen, Greta Sliter, Ruth Nordstrom, Velma Lenon, Marie Green, Nancy Powell, Ada Mills, Mildred Baldwin, Budd Henderson and Grace Jacobson, Prepared' talks were- presented by Retta Powell, "Every Day by Your Favor"; Mildred McCulloch, "Sound"; Mrs. Lenon, "What Is a Fool"; and Mary Sward, "Autobiography." Others taking part in the program included Ida Offerdahl, toastmistress; Florence Ridley, topic mistress; LaVern Willows, critic; and Leona Harrington, evaluator. Mrs. Green, president, presided at the business session. "Polly Pacific" (Geane Kinsner) .Route 2. Room. Rachel. Mrs. H. E. Simpson, Buffalo Hill. Rebekah. Mrs. -K. W. Bradley, 1048 Second Ave. West. Ruth. Mrs. T. S. Perry, 927 Third Ave. East. Esther. Mrs. Maurice Boorman, 264 Second Ave. West, 8 p. m. Lydia. Mrs. John Hamilton, 393 Fourth Ave. East-North, 8 p.m. St. Anne Chapter, Christ Church, Episcopal, Mrs. J. G. Hughes, 620 Second Ave. East, 2, p.m. Alicia Club, Christ Church, Episcopal, Mrs. William McLaren, Holt Stage,. 8 p.m. . ' ,v- Circles, First Baptist' Church, 1:30 p.m.: Esther. Mrs. Glen Shepherd, 1045 Second Ave. East. Priscllia. Mrs. Clarence Pierce, elected secretary-treasurer. New officers will succeed Mrs. R. B. Birch, president; and Mrs. Curtis Snyder, vice president. brother, Mrs. W. A. Black and Willard Black. John Hanson Jr., student at her mother-in-law, Mrs. Ellda Erie, who plans to remain for the| was allowed to go to one class last Theta Alumnae Plan Luncheon Plans were completed for a holiday luncheon at it meeting Monday of Kappa Alpha Theta- Alumnaej Club. Mrs. Howard Armstrong was named to be in charge of the December affair. The date was set for Dec. 28 when actives aud pledges, who are home for the Christmas vacation, will be guests! of the club. Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H., I Mrs. Robert Conn and Mrs. winter months. Plans were made for a Christ( Monica Javorka of Los Angeles mas dinner to be Dec. 13 at the i s visiting her brother, Ed Javor- week but remains in the hospital. He expects to be released soon and just take part of his classes. He is recovering from monoculeosis. I John Sudan home. Husbands of members guests. A dessert course was served by the hostess at the close of the meeting. presented a preview of holiday entertaining and ideas for holiday food. Club Meets Peggy Albert and Mrs. Gladys Snoop reported on a meeting of Flathead Safety Council at a noon luncheon meeting Monday of Soroptimists. A dinner meeting was set for Nov. 25 at Temple Tea Room arid the Christmas party was scheduled for Dec. 9 at the home of Miss Albert. It's a Boy FERNDALE (ILNS) -- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wells have a grandson, born to their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Murer of Mountain Brook. He was born Nov. 9 and has been named John LeRoy. Past Matrons Elects Officers POLSON (ILNS) Officers elected at a dessert luncheon of ka. She plans to remain for a month while convalescing from foot surgery. Mrs. Jack Alavana has returned from a three-week stay in Naples, Idaho. She stayed with her grandchildren while their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Voorhees, were on vacation. Mrs. Ed Richardson and Mrs. j Cina Johnson spent Friday and Theresa Past Matrons Club last j Saturday in Kalispell on business . Elizabeth. Cole hoine, 847 Third Ave. West, 7:30 p.m. Circles, Bethlehem Lutheran Church: 1. Immanuel Lutheran Home, 2 p.m. 2. Mrs. Art Robbin, 638 Sixth Ave. West, 1:30 p.m. 3. Mrs. E. W. Iverson, 628 Second Ave. East, 1:30 p.m. 4. Mrs. John Brocken, church for riders, 1:15 p.m. 5. Mrs. Hans Mebust, Second Street and Fourth Avenue West, 1:30 p.m. 6. Mrs. Martha Hansen, 227 Fourth St. East, 1:30 p.m. MIA arts and crafts workshop, basement lobby room, Kalispell Hotel, 7:30 p.m, American Legion Auxiliary bandage rolling, Kalispell General Hospital, 8 p.m. Toastmistress, T e m p l e Room, 6:15 p.m. Monday at Masonic Temple were Mary Black, president; Kathleen Malgren, vice president; and Thora Carpenter, secretary-treasurer. Cards were enjoyed later with score favors going to Emily Marsh, Althea Greiner and Clara McAllister. Mrs. Julia Smart ; and Mrs. Selma Upham were hostesses for the meeting. While there, Mrs. Richardson attended the meeting of the Crescent Rebekah Lodge Friday night. Ward Snodgrass is spendin gtwo weeks at Hot Springs. PUT IT IN CLASSIFIED AND WATCH IT SELL George Johnson, who is attend- Montana State College at Bozeman, was home for the weekend. Mr. arid Mrs. Jerry Shaw and daughters were recent weekend Mr. and Mrs. Marshall James motored to Missoula last Saturday to attend the Colorado State-MSU football game. Mr. and Mrs. T. V. Moulder and Douglas were business visitors in Kalispeli last Saturday. Annette Sinclair has been staying at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Totten, for the last two weeks. Mrs. Doris Broderick traveled to Richard Lorenz were appointed chairmen for the Opportunity School projects. Cans Of fruit juice from the members will be delivered to the school. Mrs. P. H. Lenon, rush chair-f man, reported to the club. Mrs. Lenon and Mfs. Edgar Trippet will host the Jan. 20 meeting. Mrs. Calvin S. Robinson and Mrs. S. M. Frederick of Whitefish were presented bridge score awards by the · hostesses, Mrs. Paul Bowman and Mrs. C. M. Orser. Sixteen attended the meeting at the Bowman home. A black fox collar is a handy thing to own this fall. Can be added to coats, suits and dresses! Spokane recently to visit relatives. Itoo. for a luxurious touch. Inexpensive, Hunting Trip EUREKA (ILNS) -- Jimmie and Bob Oedewaldt of Shelby are camping at the Jim Skelly cabin at Trego for the ..hunting season. Tea SATURDAY FR E East Lake Shore, potluck supper. Upper Bear Dance Clubhouse, 6:30 p.m. Boots and Calico Square Dance Club, LaSalle Grange Hall, 9 l.m. Guests welcome; bring sandwiches. ANNUAL LUTEFISK DINNER Thursday, November 21 Bethlehem Lutheran Church i Sponsored by. Brotherhood A Brotherhood Pro]** Storing Time: 4:30 P.fA. 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