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OCIETY amd
Edited by Mrs. L. P. Chapman.
Interesting Items of the Social and Club Life of Red Lodge and Vicinity
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THE MISSES CHARLOTTE
AND MARTHA DILWORTH
ATTEND WEDDING
The Misses Charlotte and Martha
Dilworth motored to Ingamas, Mont,
on Monday evening to attend the wed
ding of their nephew Paul K. Yerkes
of Seattle, and Miss Nellie French
which will take place on June 26th at
10:30 a. m.
Dr. and Mrs. Dilworth of Billings
will also attend the wedding.
Paul Yerkes is quite well known in
Red Lodge.
DR. AND MRS. HOLMGREN
HOME AGAIN
Dr. and Mrs. K. D. Holmgren ac
companied by Mr. and Mrs. Solso af
ter a two weeks motor trip to various
western points returned home by way
of Idaho Falls where they visited
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Logan and Mr.
and Mrs. B. M. Rogers in their beau
tiful new homes, arriving home on
Friday, June 20.
MRS. FRANK CHAMBERLAIN
WILL RETURN TO CHICAGO
Mrs. Frank Chamberlain a sister of
Mrs. K. D. Holmgren who has visited
for several months in the Holmgren
home will return on Wednesday, June
26 to her Chicago home where she will
meet Mr. Chamberlain preparatory to
spending the summer on an extended
motor trip to various eastern points.
MB, AND MRS. F. H. ALDEN
ENTERTAIN GUESTS
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Neithammer
formerly of #iis city and now resi
dents o fCasper, Wyoming on Thurs
day, June 19 terminated a weeks visit
as guests in the F. H. Alden home.
The Neithammers were entertained
as dinner guests in the H. P. Cassidy
home during their staV in the city.
Mr. Neithammer who is the prosper
ous, owner of a packing house in Cas
per, Wyoming has arrived for an ex
tended vacation and will visit several
coast cities.
J. W. Bakka, Prank Peittula, John
Colavis and Matt Rock, all of this city
were Billings visitors Saturday, while
transacting business matters there.
Rev. Kokkanen, paster for the Fin
nish Luthern Church, expects to de
part Thursday for Port Arthur, Cana
da, where he will be a representative
at a church convention held there.
He will probably be gone nearly two
■weeks, and during which time there
will be no services conducted from his
pulpit.
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TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, July 1-2.
THE DAY OF FAITH
THURSDAY 26TH
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Thousands of girls disappear from their homes
each year. Are modern parents too strict—or
have our children too much freedom?
Which is the path of safety for our
daughters —freedom or discipline?
She looked up at him shyly—as the screen fell
revealing her chaste beauty to Victor. Bessie
blushed in all Innocence.
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THE WAY OF A MAN
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Educational, interesting and so different.
Showing the Finnish industries, fanning, fishing;
also the countrys famous athletes training for
the Olympic games.
This motion picture gives the audience the
same charm and fascination as though seen in
a trip through Finland.
ADMISSION 35c AND 15c PLUS WAR TAX
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out, the raging storm outside, the cozy refuge in
Victor's apartment. What a night of adventure!
Suddenly Victor had her in his arms and was
kissing her.
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THAT'S ALL
SATURDAY,JUNE28TH VAUDEVILLE
THE MILLI ENTERT AINERS-5 PRETTY GIRLS
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IN "A MUSICAL REVUE
Singing—Classic and Jazz Toe Dancing—Saxa
phone, Violin Playing, Etc.
In Addition to The Vaudeville Acts
Feature Picture is
"TO THE LAST MAN
A Novel by Zane Grey. "The Story of a Feud
Also a 2-reel story of "THE FIGHTING BLOODS
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Song of India"—Rimsky Korsakoff.
A Kiss in The Dark"—Victor Herbert.
My Wild Irish Rose"—Chauncey Alcott.
WILHELM COHN-Organist
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MRS. GEO. TRIGG9 AND SON
GUESTS IN THE SWEENY
HOME
Mrs. Geo. Triggs of Butte mother
of Mrs. Sweeny, also her brother, Win
field Hawes of Elmherst, Washing
ton, arrived in Red Lodge on Wednes
day, June 18th for an extended visit
wihth Dr. and Mrs. P. J. Sweeny. Lit
tle Patricia Sweeny who had for sev
eral weeks been visiting her grand
mother was a third member of the
party.
H. E. GREEN RETURNS
TO RED LODGE
IL E. Green husband of Mrs. H. E.
Green of the court house staff is home
after a two weeks visit from the
State University at Missoula where he
has been enrolled as a vocational
student during the past year. Later
Mr. Green will proceed to Spokane
where he will do practical office work
as a part of his vocational training.
MRS. M. L. HAWORTH A
RED LODGE VISITOR
Mrs. M. L. Haworth arrived Wed
nesday, J une 18th from Witchita, Kan
sas by train to Billings and was met
there by Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Roman
and two little sons Russell and Clif
ford thus completing her journey t0
Red Lodge by motor car. Mrs. M. L.
Haworth is the mother of Mrs. Ro-|
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MISS GLADYS OLCOTT
RETURNS FROM CALI
FORNIA —
Miss Gladys Olcott who arrived in
the city from Long Beach, California
last week went to Billings on Monday,
June 23rd to visit with friends.
Miss Olcott is a native of Rad Lodge
MR. AND MRS. CASTNE
ENTERTAIN FRIENDS
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Castagne en
tertained as dinner guests Mr. and
Mrs. Hall of Luther on Sunday even
ing June 14 at their home on Villard
avenue.
MRS. C. R. NORTHOP HOSTESS
TO AUCTION BRIDGE
Mrs. C. R. Northop will entertain
the Auction Bridge club at her home
on Villard Avenue on Tuesday even
ing, June the 17th.
MESDAMES LESLIE HUSSONG.
AND HA8TERICK HOSTESSES
TO LADIES AID
The monthly social afternoon of the
Congregational Ladies Aid on Wed
nesday, June 18, proved a complete
success over thirty members being
present.
An excellent programme was pro
vided by the following members of
the aid: Mrs. C. C. Rowan contributed
a vocal solo; Mesdames Henry John
son, R. L. Nutting C, C. Rowan and
Gus Foltz a quartet and Miss Martha
Herlivi a reading; Mesdames Hussong,
Leslie and Hasterlick as hostesses
served a very nice lunch at the close
of the afternoon.
MR. AND MRS. C. C. ROWAN
BILLINGS VISITORS
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Rowan motored
to Billings on Sunday June 14 return
ing the next day.
MRS. RICHEL HOSTESS
TO O. E. S. KENSINGTON
Mrs. Herbert Richel entertained the
O. E. S. Kensington at Richel Lodge
on Tuesday, June 17th, a very nice
dinner was served to the guests and a
most enjoyable afternoon was report
ed by those who accepted Mrs. Rich
els hospitality.
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Chas. Crowford motored to Pnor, Wy
om,n * °" Saturday, June 21 retum
,n * to Red Lod * e on the followln *
Monday '
MRS. C. R. NORTHROP A
BILLINGS VISITOR
Mrs. C. R. Northrop on Monday
formed one of the Dilworth motor
Party as far as Billings reluming Id
Red Lodge by train on Tuesday, June
24th.
MR. AND MRS. COLUMBUS
OFF ON VACATION
Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Columbus and
.son Jack on Wednesday, June 18 left
by motor car for Cody, Yellowstone
park, Idaho Falls, Rigby and other
points for a two weeks vacation and
fishing trip.
MARRIED AT BILLINGS
Altho married in Billings Saturday
morning by Justice of the peace F. L.
Mann, Peter Massi, and Mrs. There
sa Alberi, could not keep their mar
riage a secret, nor prevent their host
of friends here from congratulating
them, and in general celebrating here
the following day, by feast, and frolic.
The couple will make their home in
this city that has been their residence
for many years.
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Church
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Church School 9:45 a. m. The sub
ject for discussion Sunday with
young people is, "Prayer in the House
of Justice.'' Be sure to be thebe Sun
day. We want to talk about the booth
for the Fourth of July.
Church Worship 11:00 a. m.
Children's Story, "The Fourth of
July Parade"
Young People's and Adult's Sermon
—"Safety First"
Special Music—"Recessional"—Kip
ling, Church Choir.
Organized and Supervised Play isj
on. We play every Tuesday and Thurs
day nights from 7:30 to 9. The first {
two weeks of play will be held at the
Field School ground. The second two
weeks of play will be at the Roose
velt School Ground. After the hour of
play there will be two reals of movie,
One will be a comic and the other will |
be an educational or scnic.
the best leaders of play in our city will
be at your service upon the above
nights. The ages of children that will j
be cared for are from 4 to 16. COME !
ON AND PLAY WITH US. LET'S |
HAVE A GOOD TIME TOGETHER. |
Some of
GUY WINSTON CHURCHILL.
Minister.
Methodist Episcopal
Church
Rev. F. C. Fulford, Pastor. Residence
14th and Hauser streets, Phone 133-R.
Services for Sunday, June 29th as
JOLIET NEWS
(Special to The Chronicle)
Mrs. Ehler Meyers motored to Bill- ^
mgs Monday where she purchased a j
new Olsmobile. .
Mrs. Louise Headington and son
Charles and Mrs. Johnson were Bil
lings visitors Monday evening.
France Christopherson, Mary Rob- j
erts, Tena and Ambernetta Klampe I
went to Billings Sunday where they'
Miss Margaret Dell left the last ofi
the week for Dillon where she will at- I
entered the Summer Normal.
tend summer school.
The Misses Edna and Hazel Dillon
departed from Dillon on Monday for a
tour of California, Oregon and Wash
ington, where they will visit rela
Mrs. John Frazee of Billings visited
lives and friends.
"Your work is to be commended, be
cause it represents the foundation of
all progress, all government, and all
civilization. That foundation is re
follows:
Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m.
Dr, F. W. Schwin, Superintendent.
Morning Worship at 11 o'clock a. m.
Sermon by the Pastor,
Epworth League at 7:00 o'clock p.
m.
Evening Service at 8:00 o'clock p.
m. Sermon by the Pastor.
Everybody welcome to attend these
services.
Calvary Church
ligion. Our country is not lacking in
material resources, a^d, though we
need more education, it cannot be said
to be lacking in intelligence. But, cer
trainly, It has need of a greater prac
tical application of the truths of re
ligion. It is only in that direction that
there is hope of solution of our eco
inspires and strengehens the religious
belief and religious activity of the peo
Pi«. whatever ministers to their spirit
««1 life, is of supreme importance.
Without it, all other efforts fail. With
it. there lies the only hope of success.
The strength of our country is the
nomic and social problems. Whatever j
strength of its religious convictions.'
CALVIN COOLIDGE.
Dated September, 17, 1923.
Sunday, June 29th. The Second Sun
day after Trinity. St. Peter's Day.
The Holy Communion 9 a. m.
Sunday School, 10 a.
Morning Service, 11 a. m.
m.
Andrew, 7 p.
Friday, Junior Brotherhood of St.
m.
on Tuesday with her sister Mrs. Stella
Smith.
Mrs. Allen Weaver of Red Lodge
passed through Joliet Monday, enroute
to Missoula to attend the summer term
She was accom
of the University,
p an j e( j as f ar as Billings by her moth
er> jj r8) Ethler Meyer.
The firemans picnic was held at
Richel Lodge last Sunday. Although
not as many attended as was expeted
all reported a very good time,
Miss Margaret Hubbs and Mr. Dick
hanter were callers at Pryor on Sun-|
day.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Warwick and I
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cammock and
daughter Helen are visitors at the Les
lie Cammock home.
Miss Bessie White left on Monday
for Dillon where she will attend nor
mal.
Mrs. and Mrs. Joe Montgomery and
family of Helena arrived on Monday
for a visit at the home of Mrs. Mont
gomery, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reter
Kereher.
Oscar Anderson of Edgar was a jol
iet caller on Wednesday evening.
Bodley Hough motored to Bridger
Tuesday.
Thomas Milldown and son James of
Red Lodge were callers at the H. E
Brophy home Friday.
J. S. Honnold, Mel Johnson, Mr.
Loomis of Wisconsin, and Clarence
Amundson left on Friday for a tour
f Yellowstone Park.
Mr. and Mrs. John Rievee, Mrs.
Louering and Mr. Marvin motored to
filings Friday.
Mrs. Ai Baker went to Billings
Thursday, returning on Friday.
Charles Headington visited at the
Brekke home in Billings the last of
the week.
Mrs. Win. White entertained for the
C. A. W', Johnson family at dinner on
Sunday.
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Oh frqU t Jumped from
Mum of wu can» and to fi
seventh to second
first place in sales
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as hr framers ware the chief factor in this
utomo biles not only of low first
low later cost for operation and
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ftt bcal value per dollar in the low-priced
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Suprise for S. E. Oliver
S. F. Oliver was very pleasantly
surprised at his ranch home on his
birthday. There were 19 guest* who
partook of the bounteous birthday din
nr inecluding F. S. Oliver, Sr. his
daughters, Mrs. Ethel Wink, Mr. and
jMrs. John Dunn; and son, Mr. and
Mrs. F. S. Oliver, Jr. the grand-chil
dren, Mr. and Mrs. Linqnist, Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Pello, John and Frank Dunn,
Alvin Ralph, and William Wink.
Great grand-children, Raymond and
Phyllis Linquest. The Time's boom
ing bell has chimed its echoing sound,
Mr. Oliver is as hale and hearty as a
man of fifty, does his own work on a
truck farm near Joliet, and says he
enjoys it.
If there were flivvers in politics,
McAdoo could go the fartherest on
oil.

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