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Laurel Outlook from Laurel, Montana • 6

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Engagement fold 500 women to organize in American Lutheran Church Mrs McFate wins second place in Hunters Division National Archery Tournament scoring 1929 eran church and the LDS of the Evangelical Lutheran Church The union becomes fully effective Jan 1 1961 with headquarters of the new church and its auxiliaries in Minneapolis In the interim operations will be carried on by the ALC from Columbus Ohio UELC from Blair Neb and ELC from Minneapolis Preparations for the union of the three church bodies have been followed with great interest both here and abroad by observers interested in Christian unity It has been called the most significant Lutheran merger so far this century because it is the first in America to combine major Lutheran church groups of differing national heritage (AC German ECL Norwegian UELC Danish) and sisters in Mooseheart 111 and toured the Museum of Science and Industry and the Museum of Natural History on a tour of Chicago They visited relatives in Flint Mich and enjoyed a trip through the Bear Archery Manufacturing Plant in Greyling Mich Enroute home they crossed the famed five mile span Mackinac Bridge between Lake Michigan and Lake Huron They were guests of friends in Ogema Wis and left for home from place following a competitive shoot in which the lead points see-sawed several times by Mrs Anna Van Dolson of Vallejo Calif who defeated Mrs Fate by a 17 point margin Mrs Fate was presented with a medal for placing second in the national competition and placed high enough in the Hunters Field and Broadhead Rounds to merit a medal in each division The Arnolds and McFates returned to Laurel through the Black Hills saw Mr Rushmore visited Mrs McFates brothers Mr and Mrs John McFate and Mr and Mrs Donald Adams were the only Montana archers who competed in the National Archery Tournament on the grounds of the National Guard Training Gamp near Lake Mar-gareth in Michigan June 27 through June 30 Jt is reported that 1270 archers competed in the national tournament Mrs Fate won second in the Hunters Divisions with a score of 1929 She was narrowly defeated for first NORTHFIELD MINN Five hundred delegates chosen from womens auxiliaries of three uniting synods will gather here July 9-10 to form the American Lutheran Church Women a new auxiliary organization for all women of the newly consti tuted church body The Ameri can Lutheran Church which con sists of some 225 million Lutherans Among the officially designated delegates will be Mrs George Heck of Our Saviors Lutheran Church Laurel The delegates were chosen on a proportionate basis from the present Womens Missionary Federations of the American and Evangelical Lutheran churches the Womens Missionary Society of the United Evangelical Luth Miss Carol Frank Miss Barbara Williams wins highest honor attainable on MSU campus of Carl Campbell in rites held in Christ Church journalism Associate Editor of Montana Kaemin and second vice president of the social sorority Alpha Phi Mr and Mrs Melvin Williams received a letter of congratulations on their daughters selection to membership from Ruth James secretary who stated that Barbara had been Mr Mrs Alvin Jordan celebrate silver wedding anniversary chosen because of her outstanding character scholarship lead ership and service to thei university She remarked that this is the highest honor which a girl can attain on the University campus and that all were proud to have chosen Barbara to represent this senior womens -honorary group Mrs Adam Thompson of Laurel served the punch Mrs Earl Linger was in charge of the guest book Friends and relatives from Billings Laurel Park City Livingston and Molt called during the day to greet the honored couple Included in those present for the special day were the couples four grandchildren Melody Marie and Judy Kay Kline and Veronica May and Dwaine Alvin Linger Laurel affairs Sons were bom last week to Mr and Mrs Gerald Budge and Mr and Mrs Glenn Hanson Forty five relatives of the Bray and Lyons families joined in a picnic dinner at the Clyde Bray home Sunday Out of town guests present were Mr 'and Mrs Frank Murphy and Mrs Helen Flanery and son of Bill ings and Mr and Mrs Thomas Bray of Kelso Wash Mr and Mrs A Knoll spent Sunday in Hardin with friends and toured the Custer Battle field bad we dont have a golf cours in Laurel for some of our fim golfers! Leo Schlenker new Junioi High School coach for the loca schools dropped in to see this writer recently Leo' was ii town for the birth of his fam ilys first-bom Leos wife is th former Elaine Stebbins Con gratulations Leo and Elaine Le is spending the summer working on his fathers farm near Circle The Pioneer League is in th second half of its split seasoi and the Billings Mustangs ar riding in second place as the leave or their first road trip the half Lets hope the roa games are not ris cruel to th Mustangs in this half as the were the first Seems the Mus tangs can win at home but no on the road Little League Games played in the Gold League were reported as follows: The Orioles swept past the Hawks 25-19 on the Ingram bases loaded home run in the fourth inning Ingram was the winning pitcher and Hagel took the loss for the Hawks Ingram gave up only one hit that to Mc-Gillen in the third inning The Hawks came back two days later to claw the Eagles 27-8 on McGillens brilliant one hitter that a home run given up to Shoemaker in the sixth inning The big hitting star for the Hawks was Pascoe who smashed out a three run homer in the sixth inning for the victorious Hawks The Vultures handed the Hawks their second loss of the week 16-14 on the three run triple by Woods in the fifth inning Frickle took the loss for the Hawks and Barnharat was credited with the win for the Vultures Mogan and Frickle doubled and Hagle singled for the Hawks hitting power The Orioles won number two for the week by squeaking by the Swifts 22-21 Little was the winning pitcher and Phillips took the loss for the Swifts Little helped his own cause with a double and a single Payton smashed a pair of triples and Gratwahl a pair of singles for the plate power of the Orioles In the losing cause Perriog rapped a pair of doubles and a triple The Eagles clobbered the Cardinals 31-25 in a free hitting free scoring affair that saw Strever get the win and Frickle the loss Hitting stars for the Eagles were Flagler with three singles Buska with a pair of singles and a home run but Frare was the real power at the plate with two home runs two doubles and a single in 6 trips to the platter Jonas hit for the circuit also for the winning Eagles Frickle helped his own cause with a pair of doubles and a sin-g but the big blow for the losers was Woods two run homer in the second inning The Vultures won their second game of the week by handing the Swifts their second loss 23-19 on Bamhardts 13 hitter The win- ning Vultures collected only five hits off the offerings of Huska but Barnhaidt drove in three runs with his homer in the fourth inning Walks and errors spelled the downfall of the Swifts PURPLE LEAGUE RESULTS In the advanced Purple League the Leopards defeated the Reo-els 8-7 in a well-played game Keith Flager was given the win and McArthur absorbed the loss Kevin Flaglers pair of doubles were the winning margin as he drove in four big runs for the winners Crow collected a pair of singles and Horning rapped a one base blow for the only three big hits given up by Flagler The Lions clawed the Grizzlies 5-4 on the fine effort of the winning pitcher Rogers Andrews took the loss despite his fine pitching performance Rogers two run homer in the fifth was the big deciding blow for the winning Lions Regers did not give up an extra base blow during the game The Lions really won their second victory of the week by overpowering the hapless Cubs 27-3 Feurbacher threw a neat 7 hitter at the Cubs and scattered the hits nicely to get 'credit for the victory Foley took the loss-Walton rapped a double and a pair of singles but Hughes was the teams batting star as he went five for five at the platter collecting three consecutive doubles and a pairj of singles The Cubs came back the next night with a close 15-13 victory over the Rebels Watson got credit for the victory and Branstet-ter took the loss Foley rapped a double and a single as did Watson for the winning Cubs Crow who blasted a double and three singles was the batting star for the losing Rebels The Leopards won their second game of the week-by defeating the Grizzlies 9-5 in one of the better played games Nunn was credited with the victory by throwing a neat four hitter at the Grizzlies Randy Lackman took the loss giving up four hits including two doubles for a nice pitching performance Nunn hit one of the extra base blows off Lackman as did Keith Flagler Mark Lackman hit a pair of singles for the losing Grizzlies The Tigers blasted the Rebels 15-12 in the finale of the -weeks action in the Purple League Bickford received credit for the victory and Peterson was given the loss A pair of tiples clubbed out by Homing were the big blows for the winning Tigers and provided five runs-batted-in for Homing A double and a pair of singles by Crow was the bright light in the hitting department for the losing Rebels Crows bat drove in three big runs for the Rebels but was not enough Guests of Mr and Mrs Teeters have been Mrs Bob Ey-rpk of Chico Calif and Mrs Bob Newell of Portland Ore accompanied by their uncle Martin Ginder of olumbus Mr and Mrs Alvin Jordan observed their silver wedding anniversary Sunday in the home of their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Russell Linger south of Molt The couples other son-inlaw and daughter Mr and Mrs Roy Kline of Danvers assisted in the preparations and activities of the day The actual date of the anniversary1 is June 30 Eighty-five attended the invitational observance Mr Jordan had been in the Molt community for a number of years serving as manager of a garage there for 12 years previous to moving to Laurel last year where he operated the radio and TV service shop A three-tiered white wedding cake decorated with pink roses and wedding bells formed the centerpiece of the serving table The cake was served by Mrs Jordan sister Mrs Johnson of Laurel Mrs Virgil Zimmerman of Laurel and Mrs Helen Slavens of Molt attended the coffee service Mrs Roy Green of Park City sister of Mr Jordan and PLUNK gating to Ihe pinch-hitting realm of baseball Don Peterson local high school basketball coach won sec-ondplace in his flight in the annual Lake Kills Eastern Montana Amateur Open golf tournament over the holidays Don also won the Golf Derby July 3 during the same tournament Too Mr and Mrs Lester Boylan announce the engagement of their daughter Carol Jean to Millard Ketterling son of Mr and Mrs Fred Ketterling of 2409 4th Avenue North in Billings The wedding date has been set for July 30th Around Ihe (own Mrs Gladys Collins and daughter1 Irma of Compton Calif have been guests for the past two weeks of Mrs Collins parents Mr and Mrs Guy Bray Mr and Mrs Tom Bray of Kelso Wash who had been guests of Mr Brays sister Mrs Cora Gilles and daughter Trudy left to visit relatives in Mrs Brays former home in Beach Last Thursday Mrs Gilles Trudy and Mr and Mrs Bray were in Richael Lodge where they visited with Mr and Mrs Frank Baird They returned Friday evening after a trip to Cooke City Dr and Mrs Arthur Allen and family returned home following a two week vacation in Iowa and Minnesota They attended family re-unions at both Dr and Mrs Allens homes The family re-union of Mrs Allens also marked the Golden Wedding Anniversary of Mrs Allens par-: ents Rev Allen was a guest speaker in his home church in Eldora Iowa on the first Sunday of their vacation and Dr Felix Runquist of Billings supplied the Laurel pulpit in his absence A pink and blue shower was held in the home of Mrs John Bennett last Friday evening honoring Mrs Roger Bare Games were led by Mrs Tom Bennett and co-hostesses at the event were Mrs Talmadge Robinson and Mrs Lloyd Berry An interesting centerpiece was made from a piece of driftwood resembling a stork Mrs Bare was the recipient of many lovely gifts Mr and Mrs Lynn Collins and family accompanied Mr Collins parents Mr and Mrs Curtis Collins of Lovell Wyo to Tennessee for a vacation The two families visited with relatives in Knoxville and spent time in Old Mexico enroute home They toured 19 states returning home the later part of June Guests during the past week of Mr and Mrs Bob Bums and family were Mr and Mrs Lowell Weldon and children Mike and Cheryl of Bozeman and Mr and Mrs Rudy Miller and Ernest Neilgen all of Whitehall The visitors were enroute home from a two week vacation in the east Mr and Mrs Parke and family from Seattle who have been visiting in Columbus -with Mrs Parkes sister Mj-s Helene Spencer spent several days last week in Laurel with Mr and-Mrs Bill Porter and family Mrs Parke and Mrs Spencer are the former Mayfra and Helene Wold Tony Parke- who had attended grade school in Laurel and graduated last spring from the Mt Rainier High School in Seattle leaves July 7 to join the Navy Mrs Harvey Hanson of fSeat-tle Wash spent last Friday as a guest of Mr and Mrs Steve Romee Mr and Mrs Jack Galusha and children were in Bozeman for the weejc end as guests of Mr and Mrs Gerald Simonson The -two families picnicked at Hyalite Lake on the Fourth of July Miss Sherry Porter daughter of Mr and Mrs Bill Porter arr rived Sunday morning for a two week visit with her parents She is a student at the West Suburban Hospital School of Nursing in Oak Park' 111 a suburb of Chicago Out of town guests last week Mr and Mrs Joe Kasner were Mr and Mrs Allen Meyer of Green Bay Wise who were in Laurel for five days The two families vacationed in Yellowstone Park during that time Mrs Meyer is a cousin of Mr Kasner Mr and Mrs Earl Hagmeier of Reno Nev were Sunday guests of the Ada Hanson family Mrs Lawrence Crnkovich of Roslyn Wash has been a guest of the Louis Gabrian family and of the Bill Rae family Mrs Rae is a niece of Mrs Crkovich and a cousin of Mrs Mihelich of Red Lodge All visited jn Red Lodge (last week Red Lodge is the former home of Mrs Crnkovich becomes bride around the top of the hm The bodice was held in place by al small cap of lace trimmed in seed pearls and sequins Her bouquet was of red roses tied with white satin with white streamers The groom was attended by his brother Larry Eugene Campbell Philip Frank brother of the bride was usher The brides mother wore a blue lace dress with white accessories nd the bridegrooms mother wore a beige linen sheath dress with beige accessories Each wore a corsage of pink and white carnations A reception was held after the ceremony in the home of Mr and Mrs Jack Pera sister and brother-in-law of the groom The crochet covered serving table was centered by a two-tiered white wedding cake with blue tapers on either side The cake decorated with pink roses and silver leaves was served by Mrs Pera Miss Arlyss Rice of Laurel poured coffee and served punch Mrs Gary Wilson of JTelluride served ice cream and was in charge of the guest book Out of town guests included Mr and Mrs Frank and sons Philip and Donald Sharon Frank Arlyss Rice and Pearl Wombolt of Laurel Mrs Campbell is a graduate of Laurel High School Mr Campbell is a graduate of Tell u-'ride High School A After a short wedding trip through western Colorado 1 the couple will make their home in Telluride where the groom is employed by the Idorado Milling and Mining Company Bernhardts tour south and trip to Old Mexico Mr and Mrs Jake Bern-hardt accompanied by Mrs Bernhardt's brother Freddie Lemke have returned from a three week vacation in which they toured 13 states and visited Old Mexico In Norman Okla they were guests of their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs John Ward and family The Bern hardts had gone to Oklahoma to attend the graduation exercises of their son Jerry at the University of Oklahoma Mr and Mrs Jerry Bernhardt left Immediately for Idaho Falls Ida where they now reside Bernhardt has accepted employment with the Phillips Petroleum Co The Laurel Bernhardts toured Mexico and in California were guests of Mrs Bernhardt uncle and aunt They visited with relatives in Reno Nev and in Ilep-ner Ore were guests of yet another uncle and aunt In Moscow Idaho they spent three days with their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Robert Richmond and their day old granddaughter Robin Rene Mrs Richmond is the former Joyce Bernhardt Robin was bom June 14 Around Ihe fown VX Xil cl Spoon and fan Spoons brother law Mr and Mrs and family of Ho visitors arrived Wednesday to sp Mr and Mrs Mrs Henry I day for Rock taking with 'then who had spent a visiting her two Mrs Frank and Mrs Frank wil stay in p0ck her daughter D( acquainted with son Miss Barbara Williams was one of 12 senior women who were tapped into Mortar Board at the Montaa State University in Missoula Barbara was elected historian of the group Miss Williams who is a journalism major at the university had been president of her freshman dormitory vice president of Tanan of Spur Spur Junior Advisor Alpha Lambda Delta member a sophomore womens scholarship honorary president of Theta Sigma Phi a professional fraternity for women in Laurel affairs Mr and Mrs Rudy Senn and daughter Yvonne and three of her girl friends Sandra Cobrese of Laurel Sandra Frank of Joliet and her cousin Marilyn Os-termiller of Billings left for West Rose Bud and Emerald Lake for a three day Fourth of July outing early Saturday morning They were joined by Mr Senns sister and her family Mr and Mrs Ed Frank of Joliet Roger Steiger of Joliet and Mrs Senns brother Sgt Harvey Os-termiller of Melstrom Air Base Great Falls Mrs Julia Phillips has been in Helena for the past two weeks to be with her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Mike Sassano during the serious illness of their three-year-old daughter Mary Jo Mrs Sessana is the former Armelda Phillips Miss Carol McKinsey and Miss Nancy Turner from Lafayette La were week end guests of Mr and Mrs- Heebner The two girls have gone on to spend the summer in Yellowstone Park where they will be employed for the season BY DAVE I think that sometimes we overlook the fact that sports are more than the team' activities that we write and talk about so often: basketball baseball football bowling etc What brings this to mind is the recent death of one of Montanas most versatile athletes Bob St Cyr of the Sidney Eagles by a loaded pistol in the grasp of a careless person The deaths just this year in Montana by unlpaded guns I think show the most unsportsmanlike conduct imaginabel Right along these lines are the unfortunate deaths from drowning Seems to me that parents who will not allow their children to learn to swim from qualified instructors are in the end practically signing their death warrant People no matter what their age will take chances in boats and camping expeditions near water If they had had proper instruction in water safety I feel they would have a better chance to survive Eastern Montana' College has placed another fine athletic coach the Little Ten in the person of Jim Haugen Jim had his work cut out for him in his first year as varsity basketball poach at Sidney without the death of Bob St Cyr Jim will have more than his hands full with hir new job This comer wishes Jim the best of luck in the coming bam ball season Thumping Theodore or bet- ter known as Ted Williams of the Boston Red Sox and Stan The Man Musial of the Cardinals seem to be able to say to the sportswriters tlie nation over we told you so Here are two real ores both over 40 years old and both climbing up the batting average ladder Ted is now hitting at a 283 clip and Stan at a 292 clip Pretty fair country hitting for a couple of boys whose managers are rele Miss Carol Ann Frank of Denver daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Frank of 401 Woodland Ave was united in marriage with Carl Monroe Campbell son of Mr and Mrs Oran Campbell of Telluride Colo Sunday June 19 at 2:30 Baskets of multi colored roses and lit candles decorated the altar of the Christ Church in Telluride Rev Forrest Bates officiated at the double-ring ceremony in the presence of the members of the immediate families Traditional wedding music was played by Miss Darlene Dobbin of Denver The bride given in marriage by her father wore a ballerina length gown the skirt of which was white silk organza over taffeta with small matching bows Frank Dyl 85 dies in hospital Frank Dyl 85 of 517 Colorado Ave Laurel died in a Billings hospital Tuesday Bom May 2 1875 in Poland he came to the United States in 1905 and settled in St Paul working there for a railroad He married Julia Kruszewski Nov 21 1914 Mrs Dyl died Sept 3 1950 In 1919 Mr Dyl went to Mis- soula and worked as a car repairman for the Northern Pacific He moved to Laurel in 1922 where he worked for the railroad until his retirement on Oct 31 1945 He was a member of St Anthony Parish in Laurel Survivors are three grandchildren Park City friends attend party in Reed Point Guests from Park City attending the Golden Wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs A Hunt-ley at Reed Point Sunday June 26 were Mr and Mrs Bare Mr and Mrs Cain Mrs Rachel Martin Mrs A Zin-ne and 'Mr and rs Rei-mann The gymnasium where the event took place was lovely with basket arrangements of flowers while a small arrangement centered each card table where guests were seated A three-tiered anniversary cake was 1 baked decorated and served by Mr and Mrs Huntleys daughter Mrs Cummings of Dayton Ohio- Two other daughters Mrs Dean Turner of Billings and Mrs Howard Shutes of Colorado Springs Colo' a daughter-in-law Mrs Chet Hunt-ley of New York and Mrs Huntleys sister Mrs Reimann presided at the serving table The afternoon program at which Terry Turner a grandson was master of ceemonies consisted of music by a trio of Rainbow Girls solo by Mrs Chet Huntley Mrs Fred Swift of Reed Point narrated a resume of the honored couples courtship and early married years inter- spersed'with appropriate music Mr and Mrs Huntley received many lovely gifts including a gold charm bracelet for Mrs Huntley each charm bearing the name of a grandchild ten in number Attached to one of these charms was a tiny charm engraved with the name of the Huntleys only great grandchild Following the reception a family dinner was held at the Huntley home Laurel affairs Mr and Mrs Grainger and son were week end visitors of friends in Helena whom they had not seen for the past 15 years Great pitching good playing trip Cody Legion for 7-4 loss to Laurel Laurel behind the -great relief first inninff Cody had a bi in pitching of Dan Foley stopped ninjc in the fiftb when Kth the Cody Legion Juniors 7-4 at scored two mns on hi Thompson Park on Wednesday Ieft the bases loaJed as night Foley relieved Brown in struck out Euport- tbe ead ff the sixth after Brown had given man to end the up 4 runs on 3 hits Foley struck score out 'five gave up 1 hit and al- Laurel BI lowed no runs in his 4 inning Parker 2h lift stint The home half of the sev- F0lev lh rf I enth inning spelled the down- Kemss i i fall of the visiting Wyoming Nelson 0 0 0 team as Laurel scored 5 runs on Heiser If ft 3 hits The inning went this way: Gaston cf i Stan Metzger led off with a base Metzger 3h i i on balls Armstrong flew out to Armstrong rf 0 ft ft the first baseman for the first Brown out Bown singled advancing Total Metzger to third Parker rapped Codv -or a double to the left center field Ruport If 1 fence scoring Metzger and Brown Feelev lh a 1 Foley readied first on a fielders a a 1 choice advancing Parker to third Corder 1 Kem hit a sacrifice bunt which Hupp 2b 1 a a was misplayed by the pitcher and Wvllie a a 2 Parker scored Foley went to Pacot rf a 1 third and Kem to first Gaston Sones cf a A singled scoring Foley and Nel- Smith i 1 2 1 son and Hearser struck out to Total a a end the inning with five runs ac- Line Score 4 ross To the seventh Cody had Laurel inn aia a- rr led 4-2 Stan Metzger Laurel Cody ran I third baseman smashed a tre- '002 020 4 mendous home run into the left jm center field bleachers in the fif- liOIGS th inning for a run and Foleys Mrs Mary Strong is in Liv base on balls and Kerns single ingston with relatives for the scored the locals other run in the next week 6 LAUREL OUTLOOK Wednesday July fe I960 i I i treaty- yww ty-' i.

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