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,ugust II  lJtay ' August 20, 1959 THE NEWS-EXAMINER - MONTPELIER, IDAHO ........... , -, - m, ....  -  m [ Brigham City, Mr and Mrs. Rus- Inark News  sell Glauser, Dianne, Sandy and Cheri; from Garland, Utah, Mrs'. The young bride received Anna Hughes; from Paris, Mr. M.rs. Otto Gauer and girls of J. D. McClellan many lovely gifts, and Mrs. Retie Nye and Dorothy; Menan visited a week with Mr. a patio dinner from Bloomington, Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Melvin Passey. Mr. home, Bentwood Announce Engagement William Bee and David, Glen, and Mrs. Passey took them to Mr. and Mrs. Ferris Note of Kathy and baby; from Ovid, Mr. Lava Hot Springs Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Montpelier announce the en- and Mrs. Ross Sleight; from where Mr. Gauer met them and Mr. and ,Mrs. gagement and forthcoming mar- Montpelier, Mr. and Mrs. Grant took them home. Mr. and M.vs. riage of their daughter, ,Miss Sleight and Karen, Linda and Mr. and Mrs. Don- IAnda Note, to Ed Minhondo. McKay, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lieutenant Bruce Passey ]Ir. and ..Mrs. B.V. The prospective bridegroom Rohner, Ronald Devenish and came tmme from Officers' Dolbeer, Mrs. is the son of Mr. Peter Mondo Paul Rohner. , Training School at Maxwell AFB James Parker, Merrill Beck of Payette, and of Geneva. '.in Alabama last week. Lt. and and James Bborn accompanied Jr. Miss Note is a former student Entertain For Visitors i Mrs. Passey left Monday for the 4-H club to Ogden Thursday. { _____ at Utah State University and is On August 15, members of the i his base in California. iglL[ Tea , now employed by Central Farm- Past ?datrons Circle, Betsy Ross I Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Eborn and ' son of Logan visited over the er Jensen, a recent ers Fertilizer Company. Chapter, O. E. S., entertained the ! Mr. and Mrs. Bill Derricott of week end with the Darrell i honored at a tea Mr. M2nhondo is a graduate Past Matrons Circle of the Gol-IMontpelie r visited with Mr. and iges| is. James Jensen and in civil engineering from the den Rod Chapter of Soda Springs I Mrs. Melvin Passey Sunday Eborns and in Montpelier. l[1L[ t Lewis  the Lewis University of Colorado and is at a one o'clock buffet luncheon i I presently employed by Central followed by cards 1 ...... Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Eborn t " r. ana Mrs. melvan t-assey il H'as and Mrs Farmers. The buffet table was artisti- _ ................... and son James accompanied Mr. V ,,, : J ..... tried t ....... anu L. an Mrs. ruce rassey and dxs. Udell Roberts and fam- lehi w,-  oh,.,, I The couple ptan to De ma I cally decoratea wtn a uarge tan i a, oo ,,n ,o,o-,- I at the Church of the Lady of the [ shaped bouquet of pink and t .... ily of Pocatello Saturday to sev,",,,'e,.lBtessed Sacrament in a mid-Sep-twhite glads, centered with a .are ma'Kmg tneh" home wash visit with Mr. and Mrs. Harold ..- ,, ..... z- . Mrs Bu.rd'ieks Wawen, Mr ane Nyn Lewis and Kris- ! tember wedding, large gavel. Guests were seated -  ..... Eborn and two boys. |7, n.  [ at small tables, decorate0 with t Mrs" ttusseii A-mast. Wedding cake, dec- Enterta At Bridge-Breakfast t vases of sveo}.peas and white I Mr and Mrs Mitten Ed-'ql Joseph Beck of Ogden and ; Its. Dul nr I axrs. t;. T. bnarpe, Ntrs. relmltapers tiea wim smau gavets. ! - _ .:. "-. . .... " daughter Marva and family of - ' Sneddonl and mrs l' w lgna.u of Ware : ceatel "ml : Rich and Mrs. T.R. . Places were marked with floral ......... Mexico visited with Mr. and Mrs. ;,44 were hostesses last Thursday i decorated cards, i bore visited 'hast Wedaeeda wi : Worthy Beck and family on morning at a bridge breakfast at Mrs. A. J. M2ehaelson and Mrs. '.the David les. Sunday. the home of the former. High L. S. Wedel were in charge of .  . . i. I- score awards went to Mrs. Reed, refreshments and Mrs. J D. Me- wooa,rtazent;amorrnm"teeK o spevJtrtha Italy- Mrs. Dean Huntman and fam- I Crane and Mrs. G. W. Michael- i Clellan and Mrs. B. V. IAttlefield  ....  week . ..............  with his father, Dave Beck. fly and David Atdridge of Salt t :. son; low to Mrs. Wells Stock and ot aecorauons. ,axrs. t;lyae w,mt- 1 Lake visited with Mr. and Mrs. LES M. Blain Tucker; all cut to man, presiderR, welcomed the I ..... - -- . Achie Parker last week. 1 JOSepn t;omngs ,tam tmpson ! Mrs. Clifford Pendrey and Mrs. guests, and Mxs. Frank Hale ........... The Clair Barrett. )resident of Soda Springs unit, caave ,a,erme amera: ser- Other invited guests were Mrs. responded, wees in Bouff, ul, Uaa saetur. G.C. Anderson, state exten- .... ' sion agent of Boise, and Hyrum da7 for Mr. Coltings broh, er, jt-kn Bessa Morley, Mxs. Ellis Straw, Awards at bridge went to Mrs. Charles Col :'l:lmgs. Johnson, county agent of Paris, } l[ OWl'l Mrs. T. N. Sneddon, Mrs. S. H. Anna Baird, high, aud Mrs. Jack : called at the Archie Parker home Rich, Mrs. Tom Gaynor, .Mrs. Lauritsen, low; for canasta, Mrs.' , in i [ i - - | i  | were in Roy, Utah, Sunday vis- Michael Stewart of Salt Lake Lloyd Ipsen of Bennington re- iting Mr. and :Mrs. Mirl Passey. came and took his brother Bobby ted Tuesday from Bannock home. He had been visiting at Memorial Hospital in Pocatello, Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Parker l the Archie Parker home this lwhere he underwent major sur- accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lar I summer. J gery. Parker of Montpelier to Poca- ..... tello Sunday. Mrs. Ida Passey and Mrs. Ag- If You nes Eborn attended the D. U.P. Have LIFE INSURANCE Problems luncheon and vrogram at St. Charles Thursday. CALL OR SEE FRED BARTLOME. Representing Beneficial Life Insurance Co. 922 Hayes Montpelier, Idaho Phone 394-J FREE DANCE! TO THE MUSIC OF QUESTIONNAIRES THREE-PIECE ORCHESTRA Dancing Every Saturday Night 00ecret i Donald Masher, Mrs. E. M. Har-; Hubert Curry and Mrs. Lowell I Mr. and Mrs. Geese Hemmert one day last week. . . isied Friday with Peter Hem- rell, Mrs. Preston ilchaelson, iernam; all cut, Mxs. Bill Gagon. merL , Mr. and Mrs. warren Pas- Goofl Meals Served at All Times ill Mrs. A. J. Miehaelson, Mrs. Spen- Present from, Soda Springs,  sev, Mrs. Julia B. Passer, S/Ix. cer Hess, Mrs. William House, were Mrs. Muriel Hosick, .ls Jack DeWitt of Poc[ello vis- and Mrs. Archie Parker, M:r. and AqPIqPll  g l... * B [HI Mrs" Reed Budge' Mrs' FY E Baird' Mrs" HenryBm'gen' m- rs'" tied Frd'a ' at he Obto Buchers. Mrs. Carls Parker and Mr. and l)lRlr. Llltr.. ORDER ewing Walling, Mxs. H. W. Allinger, !H..le, Mrs. loy l'aeger, mrs. ,Mr. and Mrs. Gus Porte],a of Mrs. David Orr attended the Mrs. E. R. Kammerath, Mrs. Oliver Lloyd, Mrs: Bert Saer, Montpehier vizted them last stake high priest party in Emi. )0L i [ Harold Hess, Mrs. W. S. Pendrey, I Mrs. Curry, rs. -lerlam,. Mrs' We4n, esd.  gration canyon Wednesday. l m Mrs. Leland Tufts, Mrs. F. S. !Gagon and Mrs. J_,aurusen. I , __ I Dert, Mrs. Glen Talbot, Mrs. [ Montpelier members who at- I E. L. Mahlock, Betty Vealey, i tended were Mrs. Wedel, Mrs. [ ' " i Helen Rich and Mrs. Russell!Miehaelson, Mrs. Whitman, Mrs.  "  " 1 1 Cattle of Las Altos, Califorma. i George A. Schoper, Mrs. Litt e- i -- !field, M's. McClellan, Mrs. A.A. [  8 1 E1 I 1 l  Reunion Held In Canyon I Vealey, Mrs.-S. C. Everingham, /I1 I / m // , ! The Rohner family reunion Mrs. Frank Sorgatz, Mrs. George -- /l :/ / m l I 1 , _=_--.   was held. in Emigration canyon l'Cllipriest' Mrs. Phil. Perkins, , llF1, ll-- / , ! --1  ..-  i recreation area Sunday. Walter [ Mrs- Herschel Rbmsn, Mrs' ' VVllll II @l Il I  ii Rohner of Montpelier was in M. B. CLay and Betty Vealey. charge of the day's activities in-,  -- .......  ::! i eluding breakfast at 8, dinner at __ .. I 1 1 I I[ / 1 1 e,. i 12:30, a pmgram and swimming yl  . n I --ll fat Maple Grove Hot Springs. A.f-iru"l n'00wa l l 11 1 ! I l ter swimming everyone returned i Mr an, d Mrs Dallas Athay, ' Ill L L I U U I to the recreation area for water- J Mrs " Anme .h., a'd Mrs  I 1 1  before the turn melon. . I Parallee Kenaall.'--rnoed to !llocntury, brewing I The prra.m included read Soda Springs Friday to visit the  -- m -- m 1 rities in Europe ingS Oy Oonnie ttonner, tam TervvSs  1  1 lll is COuntry have Rohner, Ronald Devenish and --" " I I / L / I g 1(1 that a common Barbara Ann Lucy; ..songs by ! My. za lrs. Lymaxt, xn vs- ' / l / l xts between the Dy Nye, Kaxen Miles, Mc-[ite d Stmlay with the Ray Brds l I Ill   l | lira 1 S ether brewed in Eohner and .Russell Glauser; aria, the British jokes by Waiter Rohner and Mr. z,n,d Mrs. Teaz'le A,thay axe Kaxen dlles. Reports were giv- moving to Monpetier. Mr. Athay en by each family, plans toworkmso4aSwngs. Sixth Annual Lion Sponsored CommunflT Attending from Salt Lake City or America, beers ith World-wide hations for quality have been found Possess brewing .rs of exceptional :ter and unchang- Xcellence. These aters are capable racking from select )s and grains the It delicate flavors aromas. One such er flows cold and t from Olympia's :artesian wells. It us rare, naturally ect brewing water t makes the  Olympia Beer.  thiog difference in tee one - iPrieeh s ingredient 'tAe Wat00-" were,Mr, andMrs. HermanRohn- Mr. md Ms. Otto Buctmr el', Cormie and Douglas, Mrs. Hil- were hst Tlmrsday visRars in da Hansen, Mr. and Mxs. Richard Sod S. Lucy and Barbara Ann, and m'en ,MAles; from Logan, Mr. Mr. zd Mrs. Eugene Burdik and Mx. Alfred Glau.sex; from haze sold ltr trailer house mad II ii ,. I /4 5:30 a. m. to lh00 a. m. FRIDAY, AUGUST 28 ---" Pi i Shelter l i0 High Park $'TlllSalk'*hl ca C m un r aoselazymmvac,'ondasswillsoon,beoverfo ADULTS 1 O0 CHILDREN 50 r s... a.sow  n  o ,'.t:byag '}hem baek_ll ouif i setiool so.ppies! -Don't let "" ' " @ If alack of cash ehoki yu-bak! f*ty,, ", You Can Eat : ;FINANCIAL CAF_.T CORPORATION is week for he A :  , you']] xeed. 0p xeal 1025 "fr c.X[ 9t- WE MAKE If)ANS.UP TO $1,000I , N/tNC IAL for Communmdtg ment . 00n.nnm .- _ CLUB i; q