The Montana Standard from Butte, Montana on January 28, 1958 · 6
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f 6 Montana Standard. Tuesday, January 28, 1958 ocra n jr in ti oven ics Dr. Vernon Sletten ; To Speak At AAUW Luncheon Dr. Vernon Sletten of Missoula, a faculty member of the School of Education at Montana State University, will be featured speaker Feb. 1, at 1 p.m. at a luncheon in the Copper Bowl at the Finlen Hotel. The luncheon is sponsored by the Butte-Branch of the American Assn. of University Women. He will ' discuss proposed changes in the education field in Montana. Reservations must be made by Wednesday, Jan. 29, with Mrs. L. W. Sandiland, phone 4977, or Mrs. L. 0. Streitmatter, phone 2-5719. . The education and the legislative committees of the AAUW are in charge of arrangements. Included on the education committee are Mrs. R. D. Piper, chairman, Mabel Erickson, Mrs. Rich- ard Hess, Mrs. Thomas McBride, Mary. Prestly, Mrs. Donald Orlich, Mrs. Wade Green, Mrs. H. A. McGuinness, Mrs. William R. Allen, Mrs. Virginia Vivian, Mrs. Juel Droubay, Mrs. L. H. Kenoffel and Mrs. Morris Wing. The leeislative committee is composed of Mrs. Avron Canty chairman. Mrs. Howard Elderkin Mrs. Austin Redding, Mrs. Lloyd Sandiland, Margaret small, Mrs. Bruce Sheppard, Mrs. William Wallace, Mrs. L. C. Jackson, Winifred Dinn, Mrs. Frank Connell, Mrs. J. A. Clark, Mrs. Rita Mc-Grath and Mrs. W. J. Heinzel-xnann. Volunteer Visitors Requested at Methodist Meeting The Junior Woman's Society of Christian Service of Grace Metho dist Church met recently at the home of Mrs. William Blewett, 1950 Utah. After luncheon a busi ness meeting was conducted by Mrs. Richard Welter, president. Mrs. Doris Markwald, a guest, asked for volunteers to visit pa tients at Warm Springs State Hospital once a month as a rehabilitation measure. Mrs. James Dunks continued her reading, "Who Is Jesus?" Those present were Mrs. William Rossiter and Jill, Mrs. John F. Haggerty and Bob, Mrs. Howard Vigus and Billy, Mrs. Richard Welter and Marylynn, Mrs. Dunks, Mrs. Walter Stocker, Mrs. B. K. Snyder, Mrs. Earl Neumann, Mrs. Kenneth Rogers, Mrs. Harold Kelly and Debbie Jean, the Rev. and Mrs. Ole Aarvold, the Rev Robert Craver and guests, Mrs. Larry Wessell and Mrs. Markwald. McQueen Auxiliary-Installs Officers Mary Plutt, president, directed a meeting of the McQueen Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary recently. Chaplain Ann Rasor led the recitation and prayer and Rose Carpino' reported the success of the social and thanked her commutes and cochairman, Stella Fab-atz. New officers elected by acclamation were installed. They are Mary. Kasun, president; Mary Petritz, vice president; Thelma Engstedt, treasurer; Florence Krantz, secretary; Ercel Ceserani, Mary Sherick and Angela Kasun, trustees; Mary Tomich, sergeant-at arms, and Anne Rasor, chap-. lain. Mrs. Kasun ppointed Rose Davis as chairman of the sick committee. Hostesses for the evening were Mamie Sokolich, Catherine Spear, Viola Stefanich, Angela Stepan and Victoria Sherick. Thirty members were present at the meeting. Japanese born outside" Japan are called Nisei. Wife Preservers Civt your good silvtr extra cushioning by cutting pit ctt of cotton carpeting to line your silver drawer. An extra advantage is its easy waihobility. DO ANXIETIES AND NERVOUS TENSIONS OF MODERN DAY LIVING HAVE YOU DOWN? BUY TRANQUILEX CAPSULES Now available a SAFE and EFFECTIVE capsule that will tend to relax, calm, and aid in relieving excitability, emotional upsets, and . nervous ..tensions so . common to the pace of modern day living. NON-HABIT FORMING NO NARCOTICS. So safe Half-Size Style ftrWV Gem of a Printed Pattern! You'll find this step-in dress fits the shorter, . fuller figure beautifully side-button sheath lines just melt the inches away. Make it for all spring occasions Printed Pattern 9000: Half Sizes 14,16, 18V4, 20, 22, 24 Size 16 requires 3 yards 39- inch fabric Printed directions on eact pattern part. Easier, accurate, Send Thirty-five cents (coins) for this pattern add 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Send td Marian Martin, care of Montana Standard, Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St., New York 11, N.Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Trinity HU Club.' To Meet Friday The HU Club of the Trinity Methodist Church will meet Friday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs, Pearl Littlejohn, 28 W. Center, with Elsie Hester assisting the hostess. Mrs. Joseph Seccomb, .president, will preside at the business meet ine when officers will be elected, Mrs. W. J. Barnicoat will have charge of the devotions and the blessing boxes will be presented and opened. , All members are urged to attend. Dannette Schneller On Committee Dannette Schneller. daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Lewis Schneller, was a member of the decorating committee for the annual winter formal of St. Mary School "of Nursing, Rochester, Minn., where she is in her third year. . ' Cooking 521 Is Fun 64 laa By Cecily Brownttone COMPANY DINNER Interesting accompaniment to chicken. Roast Chicken , ' ' Savory Cracked Wheat Snap Beam with Mushrooms Salad Bowl Bread Tray Lemon Fluff Beverafe Savory Cracked Wheat Ingredients: 5 tablespoons butter or margarine, l meaium-sizea onion (finely chopped), I cup (medium-size grain) cracked wheat, 2 chicken bouillon cubes, 1 cups boiling water, seasoned salt, pep per. Method: Melt butter over moderately low heat in 9-or 10-inch skil let. Add cracked wheat and brown lightly, stirring often. Dissolve boullon cubes in boiling water; pour into cracked wheat mixture; add seasoned salt and pepper to taste. Bring to simmering. Turn into 1 -quart baking dish; cover tightly and bake in slow (300 degress) oven until wheat is cooked through and liquid is absorbed 30 to 45 minutes. Makes 4 to 6 serv ings. St.PaulWSCS, Hears Talk on Japanese Mission The Woman's Society of Christ ian Service of St. Paul Methodist Church held a luncheon meeting recently in the social hall of the church. Mrs. E. C. Brisbin, president, had charge of the business meeting and Mrs. John Deppel led the, devotions. Her subject was authorship, purpose and theme of St. Mark. Mrs. Lucy Maiden gave a talk and showed colored slides about the missionary work of her daughter, Margaret, in Japan. She also displayed gifts, pictures and letters sent from Japan. The group will have a pot luck dinner Feb. 4 at 6:30 p.m at the church with the next regular meeting to be held Feb. 12 at the St. Paul parsonage. Those present at the- meeting were the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Craver, the Rev. Ole Aarvold, Mrs, Brisbin, Mrs. Maiden, Mrs. Henry Permann, Mrs. Deppel, Mrs. H. E. Fisher, Mrs. Lavina Bray, Mrs. Nettie Clapp, Mrs. Ruth Parrett, Mrs. Frank Huotte, Margaret Jones and Mrs. Elsie Wiser. MacArthur Notes 78th Birthday NEW YORK (fl Gen. Douglas MacArthur. who was 78 Sunday, had his annual birthday reunion with officers who had served with him in the Pacific. More than 75 officers attended. Vice President Nixon visited MacArthur in the general's suite at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel to ex tend best wishes. NO APPRECIATION INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (U.R) - The pedestrian Richard Greenfield, 33, stopped his car for Saturday ap parently doesn't believe that one good turn deserves another. Greenfield told police the pedestrian walked up to the car window, slugged him, grabbed his wallet containing $20 and disappeared. . Future Headlines Are Predicted By CHARLES M. McCANN United Press correspondents around the world look ahead at the news that will make the headlines. TOWARD THE SUMMIT European diplomats still regard West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer as the best bet to- start secret talks with Soviet Russia on reducing world tension. Llewellyn E. Thompson Jr., United States am bassador to Moscow, has flown to Washington for consultation. But Secretary of State John Foster Dul les is attending the Middle Eastern Treaty Organization conference in Turkey. Adenauer is sending a top flight delegation to Moscow Thurs- day to resume trade talks. He has already made a firm proposal to Russia to start secret de-tension talks. Diplomats believe the talks may start either through the trade delegation,' led by ace diplomat Rolf Lahr, or through Wilhelm Haas, German Ambassador to Russia. BIG EARS It's being kept hush-hush, but the United States has set up potential missile-tracking stations and other look-and-listen posts on tiny un charted islands off the Red China coast. The Reds, suspecting that missiles - may follow, are pulling back some of their main fighter plane bases from the coast. RESUMPTION On the diplomatic side, Washing- United States and Red China, suspended since Dec. 12, will be re sumed several weeks from now. The talks have been going on spo radically for two years in Geneva, Switzerland, between American and Chinese ambassadors. The United States believes the talks, though they don't get headlines, have deterred the Reds from at tacking Nationalist Chinese island outposts and resulted in the free ing of numerous American prison ers. The Reds are shooting for American trade. THE SNOOPERS London says there will be no noticeable let-up on London news paper stories about the royal fam ily. Queen Elizabeth's press sec retary complained last week against invasion of the privacy of the Queen s family. But the edi-tors hold that royal gossip is le gitimate news. If palace complaints keep up, the papers will just resort more freely to their old trick of publishing sensational reports as coming from foreign countries and protesting against them. CLEAN-UP It won't be announced. But Tokyo says that the recent trials on brutality charges of Marine non-commissioned officers at the United States prison at Sasebo have touched off a clean-up of military brigs throughout the Far East BATISTA NEXT? Diplomats believe President Fulgenico Batista of. Cuba may possibly be the next Latin Amen-can "strong man" to fall. Opposi- tion to him is growing. Rebel viol ence at the eastern end of the island is increasing. Batista's strengths are that he still has the loyalty of the Army and the national police, and that the opposition is split wide open politically, Navy loyalty is a bit shaky. Any sign of defection in the Army and Air Force would be regarded as the beginning of the end. Batista is not a candidate for the presi dency in the election to be held June 1. But he'll become commander-in-chief of the armed forces and remain the strong man unless he s pushed out, SPORTS OUTLOOK The experts advise against tak ing too serioiusly the fact that Pancho Gonzales, world's top professional player, is trailing Lew Hoad after the first few matches in their 100-match international se ries. . They are playing now on grass! courts in Australia. Ldbk for Gonzales to begin taking charge when he and Hoad open the United States section of their tour in San Francisco on Feb. 8. Then they will play on indoor surfaces, on which Hoad has had little experience Gonzales has been playing on in door surfaces for years and is a master of them. Fashion Houses Restore Curves PARIS (U.R) Two Paris fashion houses have opened summer show ings by sacking the sack look for a slim . silhouette that restored feminine curves. Lucille Manguin and Alix Gres were the first to parade their 1958 creations Sunday to start the week-long exhibition of Parisian collections that will be climaxed Thurs day by the showing of the House of Dior. Whether Manguin and Gres are leading the pack away from the sack or whether they will be out on a limb only will be known when the other big-name houses make their bows. . ' The Dior collection on Thursday will be the one to watch. Yves Saint-Laurent, only . 22, is out to hold onto the title of fashion czar bequeathed to him on the death of Christian Dior last summer. Hundreds of fashion writers surged into Manguin's oak-pan elled salon off the Champs-Elysees. Manguin featured narrow skirts, softy-rounded shoulders and a definite waist. The waistline was a flexible as the fabrics she wprked with. It could be as high as the chest or as low as the hips. The result was a supple, fluid line that 'drew its interest from ingeniously placed belts, subtle drapes and free-lowing panels. The showing drew loud applause from the fashion writers. At the Multi-Mirrored Gres Salon on the Rue De La Paix, the surprise was the hemline. It dropped to a low midcalf, only 13 inches from the floor. Grecian style evening gowns were a Gres standout. She called her gowns "tubular" and "softfitting," but all hugged some part of the body. Smoked Sausage RICHMOND. Ky. an - Five thousand pounds of . sausage and 20 dressed hogs went up in smoke Sunday when fire swept the Rog ers Sausage Co. plant. Damage was estimated at $45,000 to $50,-000. -Opportunities Unlimited- PAYS TWICE MOBILE, Ala. U,R) - Jack Brun- son enjoyed his clock radio and electric iron again Monday, four months after they were stolen. But it : cost him money to get them back. Brunson found two pawn tickets in his mail box and recovered his property after paying $8 on the loan obtained by the thief. Don't Be Too Critical Of Your Own Motives By ANNE HEYWOOD Sometimes I think we are too concerned, nowadays, with motiva tion. We turn a coldly critical eye on our ' reasons why," and emerge with a lot of unnecessary guilt feelings. What if our motives aren't the best in the world? If what we do is "good, let's relax about why we do it. l was reminded oi tms by a letter I received recently from a woman who has a very success ful dress shop. I had heard a little about her and wrote to get more details. Well, It was quite a story. ' ' She was the youngest of eight children. She had worn hand-me-down all her life until she left home at 18. "I have a passion for new clothes that only the youngest of eight can have, she wrote, then She Wore Hand-Me-Downs Until She Was 18. went on to tell how she worked in an exclusive dress shop, and married a man who was very well- to-do. "For years I loafed," she wrote. "And then, all my friends got jobs or started fascinating busi nesses, or took up creative hobbies. I began to feel so out of thines that I decided to start a oman uicoo oiivjf xui : lunr'uiwvuic working girls the kind of place I would have loved .to find when I first started working." She went on to tell how her business grew and prospered and what a boon it was to career girls. "But I doubt it would make much of a story," she concluded sheepishly. "After all, I only started it because I wanted prestige, wanted to be able to hold my head up along with the rest of my friends." Here fs a woman putting herself through unnecessary misery and losing out" on the fun of feeling a sense of accomplishment because she thinks her motive isn't a good one! As a matter of fact, there's nothing inherently wrong with wanting prestige. It's only wrong if we go after it by becoming a gangster or something equally harmful. If the truth were told, many of the best accomplishments in the world have been motivated by the desire for prestige, or by fear of insecurity, or even down-right jealousy! As one of my readers wrote: "Last year, my neighbor made money from her pies. I was so jealous that I decided to sell my fruitcakes this Christmas. Now I have a nice little home business and my neighbor is a customer, just as I am a customer of hers. But I never would have started it, if I hadn't been jealous!" "That's what I call a really cre ative use of jealousy! Republicans Set Meeting Friday George Richardson, Butte attorney and a former Republican can didate for county attorney, calls attention to a meeting of Silver Bow County Republicans scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Friday in the Grand Hotel. , He urged that all Interested per sons, especially prospective can didates for office on the Repub lican ticket, attend the meeting, PARISH' CARD PARTY v A card party will be held at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening in St. Joseph parish hall. Those in charge of the event are Mrs. Milton Ziegler, Mrs. James Michalsky, Mrs. Ed Picard, Mrs. Ray Gross, Mrs. William Kelly, Mrs. John Grace and Mrs. L. A. Dansereau. 'Anne Frank?1 Tabs Bought Friday Are Lost Sunday A lot of Silver 2 Bow County automobile owners haven't even taken out their 1958 licenses .yet, but Melton Morgan of ' 215V4 E. Platinum has bought his 1958 tabs and lost them already. ; Morgan got his tabs Friday, affixed them to his 1957 plates Saturday, and lost them Sunday. Monday he was in the ' courthouse to buy replacements at $1 each. Sheriff William L; palling recommended that all car owners have their tabs riveted to the plates. Otherwise, the sheriff warned, they are easily lost or stolen. Gary Gran! Tabbed Best Dressed Man HOLLYWOOD (I) Cary Grant, who admits he still wears a topcoat that he bought in 1935, Monday headed a list of Hollywood'! best dressed men as voted by oth er male stars. Sy Devore, famed movie stylist, polled some 300 actors after a reporter had long pressed him to name filmland's fanciest 1.0. Besides Grant, the list is, in this order: Jerry Lewis, Fred Astaire, Dean Martin, Bill Holden, Gary Cooper, Tony Curtis, Nat King Cole, David Niven and Clark Gable. The designer called Grant "a tailor's delight in casual clothes." Grant buys such expensive clothei that they never go out of style. That's why his 1935 topcoat is still as fashionable as its Owner. Lewis owns the biggest ward- robe by far. His closets currently have more than 300 suits includ ing 17 new tuxedos at $285 apiece. Kiwanians to Hear Montana Legionnaire Walter Cash of Missoula, chairman of the Montana American Legion Department's counter-subversive committee, will be the speaker at the regular meeting of the Butte Kiwanis Club Wednesday at noon at the Finlen Hotel. The Rev. Frank L. Harrington, past national chaplain of the American Legion, will be the program chairman and John S. Wulf will preside. According to rumors circulating in London, Millie Perkins (above) of New York has been selected for the. title role in the 20th Century Fox production. "The Diary of Anne Frank." Income Tax Service Jack McCarthy 1225 Harrison Ave. Phone 2-7885 Ends Friday ... Mary Chess Annual Cream Body Massage Sale $1.50 75c Reg. $3. 8 oz Reg. $1 Gold Metal Dispenser. Fragrances? W h i t e Lilac, Gardenia, Tapestry Y ra m, Strategy and Carnation. Call Frances Manuell at WILHELM'S 135 W. Broadway Ph. 2-3695 or FINLEN FLOWER SHOP Finlen Hotel Ph. 7491 a- 'A Nomad 4-Door Station Wagon, Chwy's lh only low-priced car with Body by Fisher and Salety Plate Class all around. GOES WITH NEW GRACE AND GUSTO! 58 CHEVROLET! There's plenty of action to back up Chevrolet's new longer, lower -in-motibn look. RADICAL NEW V8's set the pace for the most spirited Chevrolet engines ever built! And you get a choice of TWO completely new suspension systems for one of the most re-taxing, cradle-soft rides ever. Pick any yardstick you use to size up a car here's one that will measure up with plenty to spare. You'll find Chevy's loaded with a special kind of spirit, for instance. Seems that the very instant you give a command, Chevy answers with action. A touch is all it takes for steering, stopping or stepping out. Chevrolet's power couldn't be smoother or more effortless. The radical new Turbo-Thrust V8 delivers such silken performance, you can scarcely tell when it's idling. Secret of this. V8's extra smoothness is a radical new design that puts the combustion chambers in the block. There's new smoothness in the ride, too, with new Full Coil suspension. And you can have a real air ride right now, if you wish. Sample this new Chevrolet at your dealer's soon. 'Optional at extra cost. Only franchised Chevrolet dealert display this famous trademark See your local authorized Chevrolet dealer for quick appraisal prompt delivery! fOHWAU)

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