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November III, 1958 Mrs. Gladys Melott, Worthy Grand Matron of Montana, was honored at a special meeting, Saturday, Nov. 8 , by the Lillian Chapter Nar, 64 I., Order of East ern Star. Exemplification of the ritualistic 'work was given by the offi cers for her inspec tion and the Worthy Matron, Mrs. Barbara Morgan,, presiding.. Officers from Mon tana’s Grand Chapter who were p p . e s e n t were:. 'Mrs. Victoria Baney, Eureka, Grand Associ ate M a t r o n . ; Maynard Jones, Molt, Associ ate Patron; Mrs, Thora Carpenter, Poison, Grand ^dah; Mrs. Eliz abeth Tattle, Hins dale, Grand Esther; and Mrs. Florence Bry ant, Silver Star, Grand Electa, Grand Committee' mem bers present were: Mildred.. H a l l , . Joplin, Grand Press; Mrs. Blythe Lestrud, Eure ka, Eatarl; Milton Small, Kalispell, Chairman' of Credent- eals; I. James Hecka thorn, Wftitefish, A- mericanism; and Mrs. Babe Gummer. There were also: vis itors from Belt, Out- ______ Bv ergreen Bridges, Poison, Thompson Falls, Kalis pell, Whitefish, F e : r - nie and Cranbrook, B.C. John Molott, husband of the Worthy Grand Matron, and Mrs. May nard Jones, wife of the Worthy Grand Pat ron wore also present. The Worthy Grnnd Patron w ns presented a gift by the Star Point officers. A lunch was served by the Lillian.Circle. The tables wore deco rated with silver bells nnd autumn leaves.. Mrs. Maurine -Smith was chairman of the.dexorating commit tee . Page 19 cream and cako wore served to tho follow ing guests: Mr. * and Mrs. Fred King, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd DePratu Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Butts and children, Mr and Mrs. George Flem ing, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mocko, Mr. and M r . s . Lawrence Higlo, Mr; and Mrs. Earl Frnnck; Charles Sheppard, Bertha Shrubbeo, and Mrs. Ivan Ingram. filers ii Dinner Birthday Lem Collar hosted a surprise birthday party for his'son, Lee at their homo, Nov. 6 . Refreshments of ice A dinner was h e . l d at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Osier’s, Sunday, Nov. 9. The guests were Mr, and Mrs. Vern Mellott of Denton, Montana. Mr. and^Mrs. MaLlott were in Eureka to at tend the Eastern Star banquet, and visit Lillian Chapter N o . 6 1 ) . .