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Mrs. Kenneth Cox Hosts H. D. Club By Mrs. Leonard Dickson SWAMP CREEK—The Swamp Creek Homemakers club held its regular meeting Thursday at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Cox. The afternoon was spent sewing quilt blocks. The club's next meeting will be held May 6 at the home of Mrs. Derry Conk- lin. Mr. and Mrs. Derry Conklin and Devra and Mrs. Kenneth Cox and Mrs. Barney Melnrich and girls were in Thompson Falls last week for medical at- tention. Mrs. Henry Kraus and Mrs. Elizabeth Kraus were in Thomp- son Falls Friday on business. The regular meeting of the Pinochle club was held Wednes- day at the home of Mrs. Ken- neth Larson. Prizes were won by Mrs. William Habeck, Mrs. Dick- son and Mrs. Porter. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dick- son and Leona went to Spokane Thursday. Leona remained the rest of the week with her sister, Linda. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Brown were home for the weekend. Mrs. George Brown and fami- ly were dinner guests Saturday at the Don Naegeli home. Mr. and Mrs. Derry Conklin were in Thompson Falls Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Conklin and family visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Derry Conklin. Blue Slide Youth Camp Planned BLUE SLIDE—Women of the local Farmer's Union met in Plains Friday with Mrs. Emma Clevidence of Stevensville, field worker, to plan the county camp for this summer. Present plans indicate the camp will be held June 11-14 with a picnic the last day. The picnic will be held at the Blueside camp grounds. Any- one eight years old and up may attend the camp with payment of the camp fees. The camp last year, although the first to be held here, was reported one of the best in the state, according to Mrs. Pearl Lagge. Interested persons may contact Mrs. Lagge, Mrs. Laura Branson, Belknap, Mrs. Ralph Wressler, Plains or Mrs. George Cunningham, Whitepine. Mrs. Clevidence drove home from Plains with Mrs. Branson and attended the Whitepine Farmer's Union meeting at Belk- nap where she spoke on junior and reserve work and the re- wards of such work. ILOWLING Industrial League Flanigans 2—Flanigan 457, Luke 420, Nelson 425, Knees - kern 427, Torgrimson 504; Cross and Butte 1—Wakefield 422, Turk 420, Pirker 402, Heater 543, Browne 423. M -K 2 1 / 2 —Brockway 469, Bruce 367, Kinzer 540, Boyce 460, Kuney 474; Ebasco 1 / 2 — Karp 428, Roberts 443, Hough- ton 428, Van Hook 430, Kem- merer 358. River Rats 2—Oliver 480, E. Oliver 500, Curran 472, Huffman 571, Millar 408; Steves 1— Davis 399, Dubia 382, Schuflet- owski 321, Doyle 513, Eldridge 464. Jocks 2—Thurman 346, Sch- moyer 400, Graham 394, Ham- ann 441, Repp 476; Belknap 1— C. Doty 476, Reeser Sr. 423, Aasen 407, Wilkinson 350, J. Doty 352. TF Drug 2—Kerr 519, Sylvia 511, McCormack 497, Dobson 402, Miller 458; Rainier 1— Vavrick 402, Vaught 477, Wake- field 419, Worthington 461, Sharp 382. Great Falls 2—Minette 375, Bakley 395, Williams 434, Flani- gan 451, Vaught 429; Highlander 1—Doty 396, Watson 322, R,. Watson 458, J. Miller 435, Rees- er 454. M -K 50 37 Flanigans 47 40 River Rats 46 1 '2 40 1 / 2 TF Drug 46 41 Cross & Butte 45 1 / 2 41 1 / 2 GF Beer 45 42 Jocks 43 1 / 2 43 1 / 2 Belknap 43 44 Rainier 42 45 Ebasco 41 1 / 2 45 1 / 2 Steves 41 46 Highlander 31 56 Ball and Chain League Missfires 2—Gill 431, H. Gill 466, Huffman 408, E. Huffman 515; Milichaduphen 1—Bab- cock 337, R. Wollaston 447, Wol- laston 423, S. Babcock 478. Loopers 2—A. Turk 400, Turk 378, Mahoney 408, E. Mahoney 455; Doozndonts 1—D. Brock- way 511, Brockway 381, Rosdahl 307, C. Rosdahl 413. Stinkers 2—B. Heater 483, F. Heater 414, D. Heater 295, R. Heater 449; Newlyweds 1—C. Kerr 523, Doyle 338, Kerr 332, T. Doyle 546. Holsum 2—Flanigan 365, L. Flanigan 408, Rogers 355, P. Rogers 423; Pill Rollers 1— Ross 382, Risbon 354, Haskell 398,, Hamann 447. Bad News 3—Britton 367, K. Eggensperger 419, Eggensperg- er 442, W. Britton 455; Stump Jumpers ZERO—Oliver 449, E. Plains Tops Noxonl Flames Damage Trailer House In Dual Meet PLAINS—The Plains Horse- men scored 89 points here Sat- urday to win a dual track meet with the Noxon Red Devils, who collected 37. Inman scored 24 1-25 points for Plains while Jobe garnered 18 1-25. Larson led Noxon with 13 individual points. The results: High hurdles -1, Jobe, Plains. 2. Groff, Noxon. 3. French, Plains. 17.4. Shot put -1. Inman, Plains. 2. Larson, Noxon. 3. Shields, Plains. 43 feet 1 '7'2 inches. Mile -1. Mee, Plains. 2, Smith, Noxon. 3. Weller, Noxon. 5:26. Pole vault -1. (Tie) Stegmeier and French, Plains. 3. Groff, Noxon. 8 feet, 8 inches. 100 -yard dash -1. Larson, Noxon. 2. Inman, Plains. 3. Hilt, Noxon. 11.4. Discus -1. Shields, Plains. 2. Weller, Noxon. 3. Jobe, Plains. 118 feet, 21/4 inches. 440 -yard dash -1. Shields, Plains. 2. Hansen, Plains. 3. Wel- ler, Noxon. 63.3. Broad jump — 1. Inman, Plains, 2. Jobe, Plains. 3. French, Plains. 19 feet. 1 1-2' inches. 180 -yard low hurdles -1, Jobe, Plains. 2. French, Plains. 3. Tompkins, Plains. 24.2. Javelin -1. Inman, Plains. 2. Hilt, Noxon. 3. Diehl, Plains. 145 feet, 10 inches. 220 -yard dash — 1. Larson, Noxon. 2. Hilt, Noxon. 3. Tie, Tompkins, Stegmeier of Plains. 26.4. High jump -1. Inman, Plains. 2. Jobe, Plains. 3. French, Plains. 5 feet, 4 inches. 880 -yard run --1 Mee, Plains. 2. Runkle, Noxon. 3. Ballinger, Noxon. 2:26.7. 680 -yard relay -1. Plains (Tompkins, Stegmeier, Jobe, In- man). 2. Plains (Hansen, Mee, Johnston, French). 3. Noxon, (Groff, Hilt, Larson, Weller). Oliver 481, Miller 403, M. Miller 380. Ds & Ps 2—Pyatt 401, J. Pyatt 356, Dodson 369, H. Dodson 493; Mavericks 1—Nelson 384, Shear 456, Kirkeberg 456, Cox 448. Missfires Stinkers Mavericks Stump Jumpers Doozndonts Milichdauphen Newlyweds Bad News Loopers Ds & Ps Holsum Pil Rollers 60 33 52 41 51 42 51 42 50 43 48 1 / 2 44 1 / 2 45 48 44 1 / 2 48 1 / 2 43 1 / 2 49 1 / 2 41 .52 36 57 33½ 59 V2 PAPER TABLECLOTH IN 300 ft. rolls at the LEDGER. TOP TV—The Dinah Shore Chevy Show—Sunday—NBC-TV and the Pat Boone Chevy Showroom—weekly on ABC-TV. Fire, believed to have started from a defective oil heater, Thursday, severely damaged the house trailer owned by Mr. and Mrs. Art Anderson at the Miller Trailer court at the west edge of Thompson Falls. No one was in the trailer when the fire broke out. The Thompson Falls Fire Dept. was called but the blaze had made considerable headway by the time they arrived. BLUE SLIDE -- Mr. and Mrs. Art Vienna of Neihard spent several days visit- ing their daughter, Mrs. Etta Mc- Bride. They returned home via Kalispell, where they visited a niece at Hungry Horse. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Elwell and Mr. and Mrs. James Lee of Thompson Falls, Mrs. E. P. Still and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Still of Sandpoint visited at the Art Crabtree home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Soule and family spent Sunday at the Paul Hopkins home. Mrs. Vernon Vavrick and Patty were guests at the Edgar Lagge home Sunday. Jolly Ten 4-H Club Meets TROUT CREEK—The Jolly Ten 4-H club met with Linda Taylor. Sixteen members, three leaders and three parents were present. Mrs. Keirn gave each member material for the pro- gram held April 11. Junior leaders Linda and Rita Basch were in charge of the program. They, along with Christine Urquhart, decorated the window at the Fuller store. Articles in the display were made by members last year. A photograph's demonstration was given by Christine Urquhart and lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting was held at the Fuller home with five new members, Lloyd and Jack Stone- hocker, Elsie and Dick Inman and Lloyd Byfield present. The club is selling light bulbs as a fund raising project. Bill Delp gave a demonstra- tion on \How to Repair an Ex- tension Cord,\ and Laurel Ger- stenberger gave a demonstration on \How to Freeze Whole Eggs.\ Lunch was served by the Fuller girls. Albert A. Miron, service of- ficer, Veterans Welfare commis- sion, Kalispell, will be in Thomp- son Falls Monday afternoon. He may be contacted at the Selec- tive Service office in the court house. In this Kingswood, every window is Safety Plate Glass. Nicest wagon that ever joined your family! Chevy's station wagons should really be called family wagons. You can choose from five mod- els, including the four -door nine -passenger Kingswood, with its rear -facing rear seat. Here's a brisk and breezy wagon that'll take on any chore you name, from a trip to the beach to a journey home from the lumberyard. There's room, you see, for a whole half -ton of cargo—a space ten feet long, with the rear seat and tailgate down. These wagons are easy to load, too—you just roll the rear window into the tailgate and flip it down flat. No liftgate to wrestle with. Chevrolet's so easy to handle it's a natural for the lady of the house. Big, safer brakes, too. Chevy's even got bigger tires—they come as standard equipment on every one of our wagons. But why not fall in love with a Chevy firsthand—at your Chevrolet dealer's! The ear that's wanted for all its worth! For a \Spring Sales Spectacular\ deal see your local authorized Chevrolet dealer! GILL - ADAMS, INC. Phone TA 7-3522 Thompson Falls Trout Creek PTA Plans Annual Carnival, Dance By Mrs. S. J. Stonehocker was held Wednesday evening of last week and further plans were discussed for the annual carnival to be held in the Trout Creek Comunity hall Saturday night, April 25. In addition to the numerous carnival games. contests and re- freshment booths, the event will again feature a king and queen contest, a door prize, a drawing for three prizes and a dance which will be held following the carnival. At the PTA card party held a week ago Friday high prizes were won by Mrs. E. Edgar Tay- lor and Jim Birdwell, Mrs. Jean Gerstenberger and Jim Taylor. The 300 pinochle prize was won by Mrs. B. R. Jopling and the 100 aces by Mrs. Doris Kraus. The canasta prize was won by Mrs. Bonnie Taliaferro and the pitch prize went to Bob Jopling. Miss Diane Torp, who was 11 years old April 8, was feted with an early birthday party given by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Whitney. A lovely pink three -tiered birth- day cake was the centerpiece of the blue and pink theme. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Wind - le and son, Marty, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Pederson ' and children. Orville and Judy and Howard and Leon Whitney. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Auclair last week brought home a three- month old baby boy, whom they have adopted. The infant's name is Terrence William. Mrs. K. Auclair and Andy Ble- kestad of Paradise were Sunday dinner guests at the R. T. Au- clair home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kraus of Skykomish ,Wash. spent a few days last week at the home of SANDERS COUNTY LEDGER the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Cernik. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stone- hocker and Mrs. Stella Parker of Ronan visited Sunday at the Lon Stonehocker home. The sewing club met last week at the home of Mrs. T. L. TROUT CREEK --The April Fuller. meeting of the Trout Creek PTA The Willing Workers met at the church Thursday with Mrs. Clarence Porter as hostess. Fourteen members and one visitor were present. Wallace and Wayne Chaffin went to Seattle last week to visit their father. Mrs. Les Edington and chil- dren went to Spokane to stay with her sister-in-law who is to undergo surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cernik, Jo- anne and Jeri and Walter Schott were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tyler at Noxon. Mr. and Mrs. Cle Sturm left Monday for Spokane and then on to The Dalles. Mrs. Bill Page returned home last week from the Sanders County General hospital in Hot Springs where she had under- gone an appendectomy. Myron Lewis returned home last week from the hospital where he had undergone sur- gery. Thursday, April 16, 1959-3 Shelterbelt Trees Arrive Tuesday The 1959 order for 35,500 shelterbelt trees was received Tuesday by the county agent's office. J. H. Mikkelson, county agent, reported. The trees were ordered by 16 farmers in Sand- ers county. The 1959 total represents an increase of around 3000 above the number of shelterbelt trees received last year. Moore Infant Rites Conducted Private graveside services were conducted Wednesday of last week by the Church of !Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints for Elizabeth Moore, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dur- ward Moore. The infant was ! born April 3 in a Hot Springs hospital and passed away the following day. I Burial was in the new Thomp- son Falls cemetery under the direction of the Shrider Funeral home of Plains. BLUE SL1DE—Mrs. Norman Allen and two children left last week for Belle Fourche, S. Dak. where they will visit her parents for several weeks. ea&2;Fs2eR Announcing the Opening of Thompson's Repair Shoo Belknap 1 4 mile off highway on Little Beaver creek road • Auto, Tractor Repairs - Welding All Work Guaranteed FOR INSURANCE CALL Barry Benson in Thompson Falls Each Saturday Contact at Martha Cross resilience Ph. TA 7-3663 State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance CO. State Farm We Insurance Co. Stee Farm Fire and Casualty Co. NOk.F OFFICE - OLOOMINOTON. ILLINOIS Cochrane Power Means Progress Pipes Lead to Homes, Industry Electric Substation Costly, Complex Spent to Serve You Better In the past 10 years, we have invested $120,000,000 in new plant and property to continue to provide top- notch service for our electric and natural gas customers. This spending, locally where practicable, paves the way for future growth of the State And it helps today's economy. Our 1958 Report to Stock- holders points out that com- pletion of Cochrane Hydro- electric Plant on the Mis- souri River was the big story of the year. We have nearly twice as much power avail- able today as at the end of World War II, 671,000 kilo- watts. We've added new power lines and substations, new gas lines and the supporting equipment necessary to serve a record number of customers. We're betting on Mon- tana's future and intend to be part of it.