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« HUNGRY HORSE NEWS, FRIDAY, 13,
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civilization has been the remarkable progress
made in increasing the average life expect
ancy. In the Middle Ages the average life span
twenty years. In the seventeenth century
it had advanced to twenty-five years. Through
the years there has been a steady increase
until, today, the life expectancy is sixty-three years for
men and sixty-six for women.
Authorities agree that the most productive years of life
lie between the ages of forty and sixty. Medicine and the
allied sciences have thus been indirectly responsible for
all progress. Good minds that had sickened and died
before reaching their zenith now live to apply the judg
ment and experience of maturity. As pharmacists, we are
proud of our function in the distribution of lifesaving
medical supplies.
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Susan Rupp Weds Warren Kennedy
WEST GLACIER—Winifred Susan
Rupp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Levi H. Rupp, West Glacier, and
Warren Kennedy, son of Mr .and
Mrs. Robert D. Kennedy, Clarkston,
Wash., were married Friday after
noon at the Conference training hall,
Glacier National Park headquarters.
The wedding vows were spoken
beneath an arch of cedar boughs
decorated with baskets of gladioli.
The Rev. Merritt Faulkner of the
Lewiston, (Idaho) Methodist church
performed the double ring ceremony.
The bride, given in marriage by
her father, wore a white, waltz
length gown of net over taffeta, with
a finger veil. She carried a bouquet
of white rose buds, centered with
an orchid corsage. -
Matron of honor, Mrs. Stanley
Spurgeon, and the bridesmaid, Miss
Delores Parker wore aqua colored
gowns of net over taffeta and pink
rose bud corsages.
The grooms attendants were Mar
tin Faulkner, best man; Dale Ken
nedy and George Swift were ushers.
A reception for relatives and
friends was held at the conference
hall immediately following the cere
mony.
For going away the bride wore
a brown suit with matching accessor
ies and the orchid corsage from
her bridal bouquet. They left for
Cheney, Wash., where they both
enrolled in the Eastern Washington
College of Education. The groom is
taking a course in radio broadcast
ing and Mrs. Kennedy is studying
elementery education.
The bride was graduated from Col
umbia Falls high school in 1954 and
attended Northern Montana college
at Havre for a year. The groom was
graduated from high school in Spo
kane and attended college at Cheney
for two years. He served in the U.
S. Army overseas during the Korean
War.
Out of town guests were: Mr.'and
Mrs. Robert D. Kennedy, qf Clark
ston, Wash.; Mrs. Thomas Waters
of Spokane; Mrs. Dale Kennedy of
Chehalis, Wash.; Mrs. Merritt Faulk- .
ner of Lewiston, Idaho; Mrs. Don
aid Heimen of Chehalis; Mr. and
Mrs. Pat Rupp, Whitefish; Mr. and
Mrs. James L. Rupp of Spokane;
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stage of Miss
oula and Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Rock,
Whitefish.
September saw the two children of
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Rupp, West Gla
cier married. He is in charge of
park telephone communications, and
both Pat and his sister, Susan grew
up in West Glacier.
Margaret Rock, Pat
Rupp, Married
WHITEFISH—Margaret May Rock,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Rock,
and James H. (Pat) Rupp, son of
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Rupp, West Gla
cier, were wed Sept. 7 at 2 p. m. at
the home of the bride's parents in
Whitefish.
The Rev. John F. Reagan of the
Whitefish Methodist church read the,
marriage service. Large baskets of
pastel gladioli and a candelabra
with pink and white tapers decor
ated the home.
The mother of the groom, Mrs.
Rupp, played the wedding march.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father, and wore a white
knit semi-formal dress, fashioned
with a short lace jacket with long
sleeves, and a tiara of red and white
baby roses. Her pearl necklace and
earrings were a gift from the bride
groom. She carried a colonial bou
quet of red roses.
Mrs. Stanley Spurgeon, West Gla
cier, was matron of honor. Robert
Rock, Portland, the bride's brother,
was best man.
Mary Lou Murphy and Viola Mac
omber assisted at the reception.
Mrs. Rupp attended Whitefish Cen
tral school and is presently employ
ed at the City bakery. The bride
groom attended Columbia Falls high
school and served in the Army for
two years. He is a fireman on the
Great Northern. The couple are mak-l
ing their home at the Reid apartment
on Spokane avenue.
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HUNGRY HORSE — Combined
churches of Martin City and Coram
will have the services at Coram
church Sunday at 11.
The two churches will have a
pot luck dinner at the conference
hall, Firday evening starting at 6
p. m. This will be followed by a very
important congregational meeting.
Ladies Aid was to meet at Mrs.
E. L. Gochnauer's, Hungry Horse,
Thursday, for dessert luncheon at
1:30.
Jerry Snyder from Martin City
is spending this week at the Pat
McVay home, while his parents are
antelope hunting.
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Craft left Tues
day for a three weeks trip to Minn
esota.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rickert took
their daughter Janet to Missoula
where she enrolled at the university
for her second year.
Word was received that John Ver
tices started at Lewis and Clark
college, Portland, Ore.
The Mel Macks, former Hungry
Horse people, have moved from Red
ding, Calif., to Sacramento, Calif.,
where he is employed with the
Bureau.
Word was received that the Aub
rey Walkers, former Hungry Horse
folks now in Punjab, India are
ously waiting to come back to the
states.
The Hungry Horse Girl Scout
committee was represented at the
Columbia Falls meeting Monday with
Mrs. Marg Seifert, Mrs. Ann Goch
nauer, Mrs. LaVon Newhouse and
Mrs. Peggy Brassfield.
The Girl Scout committee will
meet Monday evening at 7:30 at the
Brassfield home, house No. 2.
The R. D. Jewells are entertaining
company this week. Mrs. Jewell's
mother, Mrs. George Boggess and
friend, Clara Edson from Colville,
Wash, her grandfather, William
Smith from Seattle, and her great
uncle from Webb City, Iowa.
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Gochnauer in Denver
HUNGRY HORSE -E. L. Goch
nauer, Hungry Horse Project super
intendent, was in Denver this week
conferring with the Bureau of Re
clamation's chief engineers' office.
No major construction is p lann ed
for Hungry Horse.
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1( ? n °f the Evangelical Lutheran
church will hold their fall conven
tion at Poison, Monday and Tuesday.
Registration will begin at 1 p. m.
Presiding at the convention will
be Mrs. Norman Borgen, Columbia
Falls, Circuit president.
Meeting at Poison
P OLSON—Inter-Mountain Circuit
of the Women's Missionary Federat
Main speaker for the convention
will be Emma Eide, a native of Bux
ton, N. Dak., who is now on her
second furlough from missionary
service in ZuMand, South Africa.
She went to Africa in 1938 and re
turned for her first furlough in
1946. Her first term was spent train
ing native teachers. Since returning
to the field she has been the director
of youth work at a college for natives
in South Africa.
Also attending the convention will
be the president of the Rocky Moun
tain District, Mrs. Percy Peterson,
Wolf Point.
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youtb worker at Missoula,
A banquet and evening service will
be held Monday with the men of
the E. L. C. who are meeting at the
same time.
Convention theme will be Luke
839:40 "Return Home and Tell."
Other speakers on the program
will be Pastor LeRoy Elster, new
pastor of Calvary Lutheran church
Evergreen Pastor Russell Halass,
Hold Services For
Mrs. Bangeman
WHITEFISH—Funeral services for
Mrs. Lucille Bangeman were con
ducted from the Presbyterian church
Monday at 2 p. m. with the Rev.
' Paul V. Neil officiating. Musical
j numbers were furnished by the Pres
' byterian Church choir. Friends who
j acted as pallbearers were, Loris
Babcock, Clifford Holter, John Mc
i Kee, John Hutchinson, John Mass
and Donald Smith. Burial was made
i in the Whitefish cemetery, with
Catron Funeral Home in charge of
arrangements.
Lucille Agnes Prescott was born in
Valley City, N. Dak., July 14,
1391 to Mr. ana Mrs. Willis Prescott.
She completed her schooling at Wah
peton, N. Dak., then later came to
Whitefish in 1910. To this union two
sons and three daughters were born.
One son and her husband have pre
ceded her in passing from this life,
Mrs. Bangeman was a member of
the Presbyterian church, Daughters
0 f the American Revolution, Royal
Neighbors Lodge, and Women's Re
lief Corps. She made her home at
239 Somers avenue and passed away
in Whitefish Sept. 16.
Survivors are; one son, Willard
P. Bangeman of Chicago, Ill.; three
daughters, Mrs. Marjorie Somers,
Mrs. Kathleen Luding, Martin City,
and Mrs. Myrtle Christenson, Spo
kane, 11 grandchildren and one
sister, Mrs. Susie Wessel of Los
Angeles.
Fined for Speeding
WEST GLACIER—James R. Bak
ke, Whitefish, paid a $10 fine Mon
day in the U. S Commissioner's
court of Mrs. Margaret Lindsay on
a charge of speeding on Going-to-the
Sun highway in Glacier National
Park.
LET US WINTERIZE YOUR CAR -
WITH A PERMANENT TYPE ANTI-FREEZE
OUR CHECK-UP INCLUDES:
1. Tighten or Replace Hoses as needed.
2. Clean or Flush Radiator
3. Check Thermostat
4. Install Anti-Freeze of your choice.
5. Add Plastic Leak Preventive.
We will guarantee our check-up for the winter season, and will
replace anti-freeze lost from radiator hoses and heater hoses with
out cost to you..
WE FEATURE ATLAS PERMA-GUARD, PRESTONE AND ZEREX
Don't Wait — Have It Done Now
at the
K-B STANDARD SERVICE
Phone 298
Columbia Falls
4th Avo. West and Highway 40
BAD ROCK—Election at the Bad
Rock Busy Bees club resulted in
majority vote to hold afternoon I
meetings. Previously, the club met !
for all-day sessions during the fall
and winter.
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The club met at the home of Mrs.
Dan Sullivan, Thursday. One game
was played with prizes awarded to
Mrs. Everett Baker, Mrs. Jack Hill,
and Mrs. Carl Shook. Mrs. Dan Sul
livan offered to sew quilt blocks to
gether, as they are now completed
for the club's newest quilt.
Next meeting is set for the after
noon of Oct. 20 at the home of Mrs.
Griffin Mattheisen.
Pollyannas Meet
At Kohl Home
by Pollyanna club
CANYON VIEW—Pollyanna club
met Sept. 15 at the home of Mrs.
George Kohl. There were 12 mem
bers present and six absent. Mrs.
J. C. Doyle, Mrs. Bob Tanner of
Dodson and Mrs. E. Newvold, who
has purchased the Greenland place,
were guests and were presented with
corsages by the club president, Mrs.
Luke.
The afternoon was pleasantly spent
in visiting and looking at snapshots
taken when our kids were little and
we all went to club back about 1940.
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Mrs. Kohl and Mrs. Ed Motichka
served a very delicious lunch. It
J2J JJ*?* the niCCSt m t '
ings of the year.
We will soon be havmg some new
neighbors in our community as
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they have been such fine neighbors.
Mr. and Mrs. Chet Barnes and
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Boertsch, Pol
son, were Sunday dinner guests ât
the Loren Barnes home in White
fish.
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tanner, Dod
son, were supper guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Ancil Conn Tuesday. Bob is
driving a nice new Chevrolet sta
tion wagon.
Clarence and May Nash returned
home from North Dakota Thursday
where Clarence looked after farm
interests for about one month. May
was gone about three months.
came back with them to visit a few
days at the H. O. Heiland home.
Mr. and Mrs. John Opsand attendr
ed the wedding of Ivera Tollefson
and Donald Mitchell at the Stillwat
er Lutheran church, Sunday after
noon.
Honor Mrs. Shamp
With Stork Shower
Mrs. L. C. Shamp was honored
with a pink and blue shower, Mon
day afternoon. The party was given
at her home by Mrs. Ray Gilleard
and Mrs. J. E. Hand.
Games were played during the
afternoon, with prizes awarded.
Afterwards, gifts were opened by
Mrs. Shamp.
Ladies present included Mrs. Nor
bert Beaudry, Mrs. Emma Beeman,
Mrs. Ellis Drewry, Mrs. Leonard
Nash, Mrs. Bud Ward, Mrs. Guy
Anderson, Mrs. August Arlt, Miss
Rose Lee, Walhalla, N. Dak., and the
hostesses.
Taps Sounded For
Spanish War Vet
SOLDIERS HOME—Erdman C.
M.
Herbst passed away at Ft. Harrison
Sept. 6 .
Mr. Herbst was born at Heiner
stors, Germany Sept. 29, 1873. He
was a Spanish war veteran and ser
ved as corporal in Machine Gun
Battery F. 5th Artillary. He enlisted
June 5, 18% and was discharged
June 5, 1899.
Mr. Herbst entered the Montana
Soldiers Home Aug. 5, 1948. He be
came a patient at Ft. Harrison last
Aug. 25. Commander and Mrs.
Clark Grady took him to the veter
ans hospital.
Burial was at Forestville Ceme
tery, Helena. Mrs. Martha A. Pfaff,
Moses Lake, Wash., a granddaugh
ter, survives. Mr. Herbst was an
honored and respected member of
the Montana Soldiers Home and had
many friends here.
Records Events At
Soldiers 1 Home
by Mrs. Robert Ewing
SOLDIERS HOME—Mr. and Mrs.
EUing Lee are visiting relatives at
Aberdeen, S. Dak.
Mrs. Edith Carey was honored on
her birthday anniversary at a din
ner party at the home of her daugh
ter and son-in-law, Mr, and Mrs.
Cecil Murphy, Sept. 3, at Whitefish.
Mrs. Elsie Pearson left, Monday,
Sept. 5 to visit her son and family
in Great Falls.
Mrs. John Perry, Columbia Falls,
was a caller at the Home, Sept. 6 .
Mr. and Mrs. August Butt returned
from a visit with relatives at Poison
this week.
Mrs. Helen O'Fallon and Mrs. Anna
Paschke of the V. F. W. auxiliary,
state department sponsored our
September birthday dinner and pass
ed treats, Sept. 8 .
The Spanish War Veterans camp
and auxiliary met in regular session
at the Soldiers Home, members at
tending from Kalispell and Whitefish,
Sept. 9.
William J. Wedgewood, Helena,
former Home commander was a
caller at the Home, Sept. 9.
Recent visitors in Missoula were
Laurence LeDeau, Mrs. Eva Van
Putten, James Foggarty and Mr.
and Mrs. Filing Lee.
Johnie Huss returned from Ft.
Harrison, Sept. 15.
Members of the Home were guests
of the North West Montana Fair
board at the fair, Sept. 10. Trans
portation was furnished by the Sol
diers Home.
Floyd E. Ramsey visited his moth
er in Great Falls.
Mrs. Alice Nelson was a Kalispell
caller one day this month.
Mrs. Florence Chase is on vacat
ion and is visiting at the John O.
Dennius home, Colorado Springs,
Colo.
Commander
Clark
Mrs.
Grady took Lester Taylor to the
"Sisters of Mercy" hospital, Kalis
pell for treatment Friday, Lester
was able to return Saturday.
Mrs. Eva Van Putten spent the
day with her son and family. White
fish, Saturday.
and
Park Bay Contract
To Whitefish Man
WEST GLACIER—Kenneth Hall,
W hitefish, was i ow ^ successful
j^der to supply Glacier National
Park with 82 tons of grass and tim
0 thy mix "horse" hay. His price
delivered to the park's barn was
$27.50 a ton.
Alos bidding were Andy Voermans,
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dacicr P^k îSo Jîd C H.' Root
| Kglispell $32
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f or winter pasturing 25 mules and
3 Q Worses,
Bad Tumble
WEST GLACIER—Bob "Butch"
Sund, 8, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Sund, West Glacier, received
broken left arm in a fall at Flat
head lake Saturday at 6 p. m.
fell off a tank. The boy was back
school with his arm in a sling Wed-1
nesday .
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