The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 24, 1957 · Page 7
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For Outstanding Service THE INTER LAKE, Sunday, November 24, 1957 7- Couple Plights Troth In Candlelight Service WHITEFISH (ILNS) -- In a | Addition was the scene for'the redouble ring candlelight ceremony ^eption honoring the couple. The on Nov. 15, Miss Helen Marie Gil- 1 more of Whitefish became · the bride o£ Robert C. Boyd of Great Falls. Nuptial vows were taken at 7:30 TWO WHITEFISH WOMEN were made honorary members of Xi Omicron Exemplar Chapter of Whitefish for outstanding service to the community. They are Mrs. Art Engelter, left, librarian at Whitefish City Library, and Miss Edna Stokes, right, superintendent of Whitefish Memorial Hospital and director of the jnedical health department for Whitefish civil defense program. Mrs. Engelter has worked long for the development of the city library and deserved much of the credit for the fruition of the present library. Her service to the library and the community far exceeds the services requird of a librarian, a sorority spoks- woman said. Miss Stokes has earned special recognition for her work with the hospital, the guild and the defense unit. Miss Harness Becomes Ji " Poweil ' U r\ D j. · ' D -J J" Carpenter H. O. Braaten s Bride FERNDALE (ILNS) -- Miss blue silk gown with black acces- Elaine Alberta Harness, daugh- sories. ier of Mr. and Mrs. Albert.Harness j A reception for the 70 guests of Ferndale became the bride of followed in the church parlors. ^ 0l l°::.^ a ± n ' l . S ° n ^ f ^ r :, annd T ^ bride and bridegroom cut tiered wedding cake with the traditional' Worthy Matron, Emblem Bearers Present Program WHITEFISH (ILNS)--A special Thanksgiving program was pre- WEST LAKE SHORE (ILNS)-- scnted by Mrs. Vadna Lee, worthy Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Powell of Day-, matron,- and her six emblem bear- Wed in Butte Route 2, their Kalispell, .Oct. 26 at the Com- decorated munity Methodist Church in Big- figurines . The cake was flanked ; ln ^ by white tapers in silver candel-'B u tt e The Rev. D. P. Redfi-eld officiat-, bra. Mrs. Ronald Jones, cousin ed at the double ring ceremony at of the bride, served the cake' to ton have announced the marriage of their daughter, Jill, o£ Butte, to -John Carpenter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leighton Carpenter of Butte. The marriage took place Oct. 25 Presbyterian Church in ers at Monday meeting of Vista Chapter Order of the Eastern Star at the Masonic Temple. The emblem bearers, dressed as [Pilgrims, carried baskets of fruit 7:30 p.m. Miss Carol' Croskrey played guests from, the reception table. Mrs. Carpenter attended schools on the West Lake Shore and was graduated from Poison High Presiding at the punch bowl was pjano prelude selections and ac- Mrs. Louis Crohn, and Mrs. Ed' cbmpanied Miss Lola Hcdiri as she Varholdt poured coffee. Miss T'" "T^T^TiiT"^.'"*^"" "" sang/'I Love You Truly" and "Be- Deanna Varholdt was in Charge tw ° ^^ F ° r the Past ^ yearS cause" before the nuptial rite. o f the guest book, and two school- at Havre , The couple was attended by the mates of the bride, Mrs. Harry bride's cousin, Miss Noreen Smith Johnson and Mrs. Bill Fox, ar- of Ferndale, and Larry Hollopster ranged the gift table. of Swan Lake. 'Ushers were her brothers, Wayne arid Keith Harness. WHITE BIBLE Vases of yellow and white chrysanthemums and white tapers decorated the altar. Attired in a shell-pink fitted" street length KALISPELL HOME For traveling the Mrs. Braaten had a turquoise knit suit with white accessories. She received partment of Justice in Butte. Carpenter attended Butto schools and spent four years In the United States Marines. The couple is making a home and vegetables and gave short [readings on Thanksgiving. Mrs. Georgia Brink, chapter instructor, 'was honored by the officers with a skit "An Apple for the Teacher." Following the meeting, refreshments were served by Mrs. Gladys Carr and her committee. -A birthday cake, baked and decorated by Mrs. Barbara Stocking, was served and all those having birthdays in October and November were p.m: in Church the with First Presbyterian the Rev. Paul V. Neel officiating. Miss Edna Stokes orations for the occasion.' round three-tiered wedding cake, decorated with pink rosebuds and topped with wedding bells, was baked by Mrs. Harry Howell. Lavender and white, pompoms around the punch bowl and matching bouquets about the home \ycre dec- at the organ played "Because" and the "Wedding March." The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Gilmore 'of Highland, Kan., and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Boyd of Lewistown. For her wedding, the bride chose a suit of navy blue silk and wool with matching hat. She carried her nurse's Bible covered with white satin and Lacelon and topped with a red rose with shower streamers tied in lover's knots, RECEPTION Attendants for the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Halph L. Coller. Mrs. Colier was attired in a tailored dress of beige raw silk with MID-WEST TIUP Mrs. Hutchinson was assisted by Mrs. Charles Creon, Mrs. Gary Smith, Mrs. Ivan Cain, Miss Grace Nordtvedt, Mrs. E. P. Dalton and Mrs. James Murphy. Out-of-town guests were the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Boyd of Lewistown. The newly married couple left immediately on an extended wedding trip to Wisconsin and Kansas, where they will visit with the bride's parents who were unable to be present for the ceremony. For the last three years, Mrs. Boyd has been employed as surgical nurse at the Whitefish Memorial Hospital She attended and ?ll?4 ; ji^ *k't*l ·, fkf'X c s - c x ' - matching velvet beret and brown | received her BS degree in nurs- accessories. Her corsage was pink frill roses. Mrs. Boyd chose a black ensemble with eton jacket and white accessories enhanced by an orchid corsage for her son's wedding. of ing from the University of Kansas School of Nursing. The 'bridegroom is in . business in Great --Photo by Tobias Portrait Studio MR. AND MRS. WILLIAM MAAS of Half Moon announce tha engagement of their daughter, Clarice Marie, to Karl Chris Ost, son of Mr. and Mrs. Christ Ost of Whitefish. The bride-elect is a member of the senior class at Columbia Falls High School. Her fiance is employed by Great Northern Railway. No date jias been set for the wedding. Falls,.where the couple will make a home. He attended Montana State University and received his BA in business from that school. The new home of Mr. and Mrs.;He was affiliated with Theta Chi Orman Hutchinson in Shareview i fraternity. Couple Repeats Vows In Nazarene Service Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter visited! with Mr. and Mrs. Powell, friends . . .. . v, , , , I . . , e n s her schooling in Ferndale and was U n d other relatives in the Dayton graduated from the Btgfork High' area recently. "·. - . · . " - · · School. Braaten is a graduate of) - '^ · Flathead County High School. He gown, with which she used white jg employed by the U. S. Forestry and gold accessories, the bride Service. The young couple plans carried a white Bible and wore a to make their home in Kalispell. corsage of white carnations. The maid of honor, Miss Smith, wore Out-of-town guests for the wedding and reception included Mrs. a grey and pink princess dress and, E r m a Hedin, Miss Lola Hedin, Mr. corsage of pink carnations and ! an 3 Mrs. Ed Varholdt, Deanna and red rosebuds. She had on a wjilte Ronnie Verholdt, Mr. and Mrs., headband. jp au l Casey, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mrs. Harness chose for her Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond daughter's wedding a charcoal Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald ·taffeta afternoon ensemble with white accessories and the bridegroom's mother selected a steel THANKSGIVING GUESTS A traditional feature of the Thanksgiving Day edition of The Daily Inter Lake will be carried again this year. Family gatherings and Thanksgiving Day guests will be listed on the Women's Page. Residents planning: special dinners with guests or family members are invited to call before next Wednesday The Daily Inter Lake at SK6- 3666 for inclusion in the annual feature. Stork Flies ; For Visitor At Shower Jones, Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Berger Saverud, John and Wayne Saverud, and Mrs. Delia Oradalen, all of Kalispell; and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Braaten R. R. Davis, of Lake McGregor, Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Runyon o f , Whitefish, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Linden of San Jose, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Roxy Hollopeter and Dee of Swan Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Smith of Noxon, Ethel Mead, E. J. Noeth Plight Troth POLSON (ILNS) -- Ethel Mead stork shower by her sister, Mrs. of Kalispell and Edward J. Noeth | Be n Bolton, at the Bolton home of Portland, Ore,, were united in on Friday evening of last week- First Church of the Nazarene was the scene of the nuptial ceremony Nov. 15 when Miss Audrey June.i.Roragen, daughter of Mr. and~-'Efr4;. Lawrence K: Roragen of Kalispell, became the Howard Dennis Cordell The young couple greeted their relatives and friends in a' reception in the Youth Building of the church. . The three-tiered wedding cake was decorated with red rose- Mrs. G. A. Patterson Gives Book Review Mrs. Gordon, A. Patterson presented a lesson on applied Christianity in the department of international relations for peace at a meeting Tuesday of Francis Willard Women's Christian. Temperance Union. She reviewed the book, "Wake spell, son of Elbert G. Cordell of Wenatchee, Wash. The Rev. W. Don Adams officiated at the double ring rite. Potted plants and pink candles of Kali-Jin an arch of WHITEFISH GUESTS Assisting with the reception were Mrs. Robert Taylor who poured and Mrs. Harold Sauerbier who Madison Wis. She said that Mrs. G. Mennen Williams, wife of the governor of Michigan and WCTU member, welcomed the convention delegates. Twenty delegates to the convention "filled pulpits at various churches on Sunday during the national meeting. Highlights of the session were speech contests, choral singing and a youth pageant. Mrs; Anna Dale led the devotional program and Mrs. Grace Nelson and Mrs. Henricksen gave prayers. The meeting was at the home of-Mrs. T. V. Carpenter and she was assisted in serving a dessert the national meeting she, course before the meeting by Mrs. attended d u r i n g - t h e summer in Vernie Dore. Up or Blow Up" by Dr. Frank Laubach. Mrs. Patterson suggested prayer and writing of encouraging letters to members of United Nations. Mrs. Patterson said, ' L o v e builds up' is the best life measuring stick. Mrs. H. B. . Hearicksen, state president, completed her Mrs. Hans Lenschow of Sacra- decorated the sanctuary for the'served punch. Others were Mrs. mento, Calif., who is a guest in 7 p.m. service. [Harold Haven and Mrs. Lucille Kahspell of her mother, Mrs. H. Mrs. Hoy Powell, organist, ac-'Bird. B. Henricksen, was honored at a companied Mrs. Joe Fisher when! marriage in Poison Nov. 9 at the end. ,,,, _, r gift tahle was Centered I with a large white stork holding The Rev. Paul Ashbrook offlci- a baby in a diaper. The hostess ated at the ceremony in the pres-j served a dessert course late in ence of immediate relatives. At- the evening. f o n / T a n f e xirofa t\jTr*e* T"inirii? on/1 4-Ti n ' Weekend Guests PINE GROVE (ILNS) -- J and Mrs. Torger Forseth of Missoula visited over last weekend Mr. tendants were Mrs. Davis and the bride's son, Davis Mead of Kali-| spell. Guests' were Miss Margit Fet- Whitefish guests attending the wedding and reception were Mr. and Mrs. Robert .Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. James Cress and Mrs. Rene Wyatt. . · · attired in a pink satin gown with' The bride attended grade school matching bolero. She carried a in ^ Fertile, Minn., and high school colonial bouquet of pink and white in Kalispell. The bridegroom received his schooling in Kalispell. Mr. and Mrs. Cordell's home is You Truly." PINK GOWN For Make Him Happy With the COUNT-LINK JEWEL CASE by Farringfon veit, Mrs. Warren Sparling, Mrs.;black and her corsage (Frank Hichard, Mrs. E. H. Son Mr. and Mrs. Noeth were school-.stetlie, Mrs. H. M. Henricksen, mates in .Missoula schools. She Mrs. H. B. Henricksen, Mrs. L. A. has been employed by Anderson jwatters, Mrs. Georga Stearns, Style Shop in Kalispell. They are making a home in Portland where the bridegroom is an inspector for the animal and quarantine di- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. vision under the Customs Service. I Street. shop so you can have your choice of our complete selection of CHRISTMAS CARDS We /have a complete selection of Hallmark Christmas Cards-. ; . i n boxes, albums or for your individual selection, plus everything in Hallmark Gift Wraps for your Christmas gift wrapping needs, too! Shop now, while you can have your choicel , . . · · · ' : · ' InKalispteH-lr'sthe Mrs. Lawrence Richards, Mrs. Ray Hall, Mrs. Bud McDevitt, Mrs. roses. Maid of honor was the bride's sister. Miss Ardith Roragen. Her full skirted, frock was of blue and was of white carnations. Noel Coleman was best man and ushers were the couple's brothers, Terrance Lloyd Roragen and Hartley Elmer Cordell. ' ' For her daughter's wedding Mrs. on Route 2, Kalispell. Perry Stenson,- Mrs. Allan Riebe, Roragen selected a navy blue dress Brevities Mr. and Mrs. Myron Currie of Butte, former Kalispell residents, Only 7.95 Mrs. Byron Hoylman and Fred Wagner. Mrs. with white accessories and a white' were visitors in Kalispell last I carnation corsagej [Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs- Conklin Honored A t Shower" EVERGREEN (ILNS)--The home o£ Mrs. Alfred Holden Jr. was the scene of a pink and blue shower .honoring Mrs. Lester Conklin with Mrs. Mike Solberg, Mrs. Wes Bell, Mrs. Ora Mildren and Mrs.. Joe Kaufman as co-hostesses. The favors were miniature baby shoes. Gifts were presented in a large baby shoe. Those present were Mrs. 1 Arvid Ericksoh, Mrs. Cfarence Lapp,' Mrs. Arthur Neufeld, Mrs. Ford; Peckham, Mrs. Marshall Smith, Mrs. Ed Lapp, Mrs. Howard Miller, Mrs. Lena Wunderlich, Mrs. Jim Arno,' Mrs. Verne Arno, Mrs'. Donald Dahl, Mrs. Harold Santanen, Mrs. Earl Leighty, Mrs, Bob Ingraham, Mrs. - Edward Long, Mrs. Radford Turner, Mrs. .Warren Ortman, Mrs. Robert Griffes.' Mrs. Albert Dodge, Miss 'Lula Lukenbill and Miss Ann Johnson. Duplicate-Bridge Study Club Mrs. A. H. Small reviewed "The World's Great Religions" at a meeting last week of Tuesday Study Club. Seventeen., members and one guest, Mrs. Lyle Gowdy, attended the meeting at the home of Mrs. Charles R. McLean. Mrs. W. D. Roy was the assisting hostess. ' ' " No Federal Tax For the man who dotes on cuff links here is a wonderful place fo keep them. This hand-: somely designed masculine case is divided into compartments for the individual storage of 20 pairs. He will have ample room for all his accessories by lifting out the divider of high impact Dylene. There's a flexible bar in the cover for his tie clips. Covered with popular black Texol . .. smartly emboseed in 24K. gold. · The Charming New CANTERBURY JEWEL CASE 4.95 No Federal Tax MRS. E. W. CHAMBERLAIN, second from left, ponders, the right play Monday at a masterpoint session of Kalispell Bridge Club.'Partner of the club member playing the hand is her husband: Opponents are Bob 'Sykes left, and Frank Olson, right. The club meets each Monday evening and there is i masterpoint play on the third Monday and third .Tuesday of each month. The club, organized about .five years ago, is affiliated with the American Contract Bridge League. Bob Sykes is play director. Officers and, board members include Mrs. Donald Buckingham, president; Frank. Olson, vice president; Mrs. Kenneth Erickson, secretary-treasurer; .W. L. Dickinson, "Lawrence Larson, Robert Keller and, N. F. Donahue, board members. The 7 club sponsors club-and city" championship play, other tournaments and airannual charity parly. Befween 24 and 32 attend the sessions each week. ' -., ! ·· Puf real excitement into her next present with this completely new jewel case in fresh, youthful colors. The wonderful swing- up tray has a special bar for ear-rings. Shimmering rayon satin and velvet interior ... Jacquard P/int Texol cover in a choice of pink blue or black'and white. · . ' · . . ' . Other Cases from 1.75 i. v CHINA DEPARTMENT . . . IN KAHSPELL

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