Sanders County Ledger (Thompson Falls, Mont.) 1959-current, August 13, 1959, Image 5
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Gusts Sunday and Monday of Mr. and Mrs. John Hagerman and family were Mr. and Mrs. Leland Friesen of Seattle. Dude and Bonnie Peele of Plentywood are spending several weeks here visiting their sisters,' Miss Ruby Sheffer and Mrs. Jack' Stephens and her family. Spokane Thursday because of chose a rose colored afternoon Mrs. Reuben Opp and family of Eureka, S. Dak. were over- night guests Thursday of Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Rosdahl and family. Mrs. Opp and children were enroute to the coast. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wright were Mr. and Mrs. Rulon Burton of Pres- ton, Ida. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Adams are visiting here with the latter's mother, Mrs. Loretta Gable and other friends and relatives. Mr. Adams attends Nebraska univ- 1 ersity in Lincoln. Mrs. George Sauble visited. from Friday through Monday with her son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hot- zel. She returned to her home in Livingston Monday noon. Arriving Monday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Smith and family were Mrs. Smith's father, Don Castle, and sister-in-law, Mrs. Don Castle Jr. and two children from Alta, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rounslee and two childten left Monday to return to their home in Ken- newick after spending a week here visiting Mr. and Mrs. James L. Taylor and family. VACATION? Phone ahead for reservations Rates are lowest after 6 p.m. and all day Sunday—always lower when you call station -to -station. Mountain States Tedep ho no • State Rep. and Mrs. Henry L. Gill and family were called to the illness of his mother. She dress. showed some improvement and the Gills were able to return home Friday. Guests last weekend of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Taylor and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gailen Boyse were Mr. and Mrs. Oran Dodson and children of Rich- land, Wash. and Mr. Dodson's parents of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Grone- wald and infant son arrived here Monday morning from Wis- consin where the former had attended summer school. Mr. Gronewald is the high school science teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stinger went to Missoula Monday afternoon to visit briefly with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Stinger, and bring their two granddaughters, Yvonne and Donna, home to Thompson Falls for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Whal- en and two children of Seattle and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jacks of Noxon visited here Sunday with Mr. Whalen's grandmother, Mrs Anna Whalen Perry. They, went on to Yellowstone park with Mrs. Jacks accompanying them. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Macho and daughter left Friday for Pull- man, Wash. to make their home. Mr. Macho has accepted a posi- tion with the Research depart- ment of Washington State col- lege and also plans to work on his degree at WSC. Mrs. Carol Gibson and Mrs. Ann Behan and little son, Jef, all of Ketchikan, Alaska, visited with Ann's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Ainsworth Sun- day en route to Missoula for a visit. They drove through here from Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wright and two daughters, Karan and Kathleen, and Miss Jane Ben- nett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bennett, are spending this week in Pocatello, Ida. visit- ing friends and relatives and in Odgen visiting their son. They left Saturday and will return Sunday. A recent guest of Mrs. Rose Flemming, Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence Heiman and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Luke was Mrs. Pearl Johnston of San Francisco, a niece of the former. While spending a week here, Mrs. Johnston was taken on a trip to Glacier park and to Missoula by Mrs. Flemming and Mr. and Mrs. Heiman. She left last week for Clark Fork. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dodson were the attendants. Following the ceremony, punch and cake were served to the guests. Later Mr. and Mrs. Helms left on a honeymoon trip to Banff National park in Canada. Guests at the ceremony in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Haase, Mrs. Kathy Willson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kraus and Rita, Miss Lois Kraus, Mr. and Mrs. Don Ralstin and three children of Missoula, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Peterson and children, Marie Peterson and Rollie Purcell. Upon their return from Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Helms will make their home up Thompson river. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stinger over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bentley of Spokane. Their son, Mike, who had been visiting for two weeks with his grandparents here, re- turned home with Mr. and Mrs. Bentley. They also visited Mr. Bentley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Con Bentley Sr. Guests last week from Thurs- day to Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sharp and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sharp and families were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Wood of lone, Wash. and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sharp of Colville, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Sharp are parents of Mrs. Wood and Har- old and Glenn. Pete Preston and his sister, Mrs. Margaret Dubia, returned Saturday from a visit to Spo- kane with their brothers, Mike and Franklin and families. While there they attended the exhibi- tion game between the Spokane Indians and the parent Los Angeles Dodgers. Friday night they saw the Indians play San Diego. Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Gibson and son, Danny, of Grants Pass, Ore. spent Monday and Tuesday visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gibson, and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Roy McKenzie. They returned to Wallace Tuesday to spend the remainder of this week with Mrs. Gibson's par- ents, but will return here again next week. IGA BONUS BUYS CHUCK STEAK . . . . lb. 49c Blade Cut Pot Roast . . lb. 43c Round Bone lb Shoulder Pork Roast . . . 39c Boneless Pot Roast . . lb. 59c Just the Finest! Fresh, Lean GROUND BEEF •. . . . 3i b c Assorted Pillsbury Cake Mixes . . . 29c Pillsbury Frosting Mix . . 29c Ripe 'n Ragged 20 oz IGA Pineapple Chunks . . . 29c White Star TUNA . . . 3/77c MACHO MODERN STORE Wuerl - Helms Vows Recited A double ring ceremony per- formed Sunday afternoon united Mrs. Beulah Wuerl, deputy county treasurer, and W. W. Helms, a former resident of Her- on. The ceremony was perform- ed by the Rev. Olaf Moore on the lawn of the bridegroom's home up Thompson river. For the occasion the bride Guests of Mrs. R. H. Cornett Tuesday to Friday of last week were Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Mc- Connell and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Critchlow of Haxtun, Colo. Mrs. McConnell is a cousin of Mr. Cornett. Mr. Cornett had left early last week for Big Sandy to help his sons with the grain har- vest and met the McConnels and Critchlows at Cut Bank, where they were visiting his brother, Elmer Cornett. Mrs. Evans Dickson - Evans Vows Exchanged TROUT CREEK—The wed- ding of Miss Linda Marie Dick- son to Robert E. Evans in Grandview, Wash. July 23, has been announced by the parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs J. Leonard Dickson of Trout Creek. Rites for the young couple took place in the Christian church in Grandview with the Rev. Graybeal in charge of the candlelight ceremony. The bride was dressed in a biege suit with white accessories and wore a bronze mum corsage. They are presently at home in Grandview where Mr. Evans is employed in construction work. He is the son of Mrs. Ray Welling of Wallace, Ida. Mrs. Evans was graduated from Thompson Falls High school with the class of 1954 after which she attended and was graduated from Kimnan Business university in Spokane. She was employed by Inland Freight Co. of Spokane until her marriage. Mr. Evans was graduated from Wallace High school and has been engaged in construc- tion work. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Colwell & family of Spokane visited here Sunday with the latter's broth- ers, George, Kelly and Gerald Green and their families. Their son, Mike, had been here for a week with the Kelly Green family, having returned with them the previous week when Mr. Green went to Spokane to bring Mrs. Green and the chil- dren home. Mrs. Green had visit- ed for a week with her sister, Mrs. Dick Flanigan and family. Evelyn Koontz Notes Birthday Miss Evelyn Koontz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Koontz, celebrated her 10th birthday with a picnic luncheon at the Montana Power park Friday. Guests included Betsy Gummer, Linda Green, Nancy Zimmer- man, Nancy Preston, Melvina Torgrimson, Joyce Libra, Judy and Joy Butte, Patty Vavrick, Bernice Olson, Carol Green, Debra Kneeskern, Susan Clark, Susan, Sally and Eddie Larson, Barbara and Lee Marich, Linda and Laura Huffman and Sharon Koontz. Mrs. Kenneth Larson and Mrs. Andy Marich assisted Mrs. Koontz with games and refresh- ments. Shower Honors Sandra Miller Miss Sandra Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Miller, who will be married later this month, was honored at a public shower Thursday evening in the Community Congregational church annex. The shower was sponsored by Eastern Star of- ficers, members of the Rainbow advisory board and members of the Rainbow girls with a few others participating. Sandra's mother is worthy matron of the OES this year and Sandra is a past worthy advisor and state representative of the Rainbow girls. Hostesses included Mesdames Boyd Davis, Larry McKenzie, Harold Laws, Don Saint, H. R. Saint, Ernie Huffman, Frank Holt, L. A. Branson, R. H. Cor- nett, Eaton Kneeskern, W. L. Flanigan, T. W. Scott, Orin Ken- dall, John Reber, R. L. Larson, Kathleen Smith, Lester Wills, Harold Berkey, Carl Gibson, E. Edgar Taylor, Ruth Cernik, Jim Murphy, Vern Sloan, Victor Gee, George Brock and the Misses Frances Reber, Frankie Scott, Judy Saint, Judy Huffman, Cheryl Saint, Inez Saint, Janice Repp, Ruth Ann West, Alice Dykstra and Sherrill Brauer. New Barber, Family Arrive Mr. and Mrs. Dennis O'Brien and son, Michael, 13, moved Sunday into the former Bender building, which they recently purchased. Mr. O'Brien plans to open Denny's Barber Shop in the building about Aug. 20. He is a native of Montana, having lived for 32 years in Cut Bank. For the past eight years he has been a barber in Spokane. Michael will enter the eighth grade this fall. Missionary To Talk Here The Rev. Harold Whitney, mis- sionary of the Pentecostal Church of God, will speak to local citizens Wednesday and Thursday evenings at 8 p.m., ac- cording to the Rev. Sowell. The Rev. Whitney has just returned from the West Indies and Cuba and will speak on the islands work Thursday. After completing his current tour in the states he will return for further work in Jamaica. \Everyone wishing to hear him, is very welcome,\ Mrs. Sowell said. Return Home PLAINS—Darrell Riley drove to Missoula Tuesday of last wee1 to get Mrs. Riley and their new son, Rick Roy, following their dismissal from St. Patrick hospi- tal. MUNSON REALTY SPECIAL OFFERINGS THIS WEEK 2 Good houses on same property of 5 lots. Close to school. Nice yards, trees, etc. Price $15,500 and only $5000 down, balance on terms. Top income property. 1 2 -Bedroom house. Electric wall heaters. Electric range, refrigerator, hot water heater, nice yard close to downtown and school. $5500, only $1000 down. Terms on balance. 1 Completely new 2 -Bedroom home, close to school. Will go FHA or G. I. A brand new home. Price $11,000. 1 Very nice 3 -bedroom house. Garage on Highway 10A only 3 / 4 mile from town. Nice yard and trees. Price $9000, 1 / 2 down. Balance on terms. For additional information on these or other property, ranches, businesses or lake shore frontage see or call: M. C. Sutherland W. A. Munson TA 7-3563 TA 6-3733 Thompson Falls Plains, Mont. SANDERS COUNTY LEDGER Thursday, August 13, 1959-5 Loop to Start desire for mixed league play so that another league might be Play August 28 formed. The Ball and Chain mixed bowling league will open its 1959-60 season play Friday, August 28 at the Ranch Lanes, members decided at the fall meeting Friday. Earl Oliver, pre- sident, conducted the meeting during which members decided to change to the 4 -point scoring system, raise sponsors fees to $10 and adopt the five point drop system for establishing fall averages. Oliver appointed the following committees: Mesdames Wally Britton, Oliver and Harry Dod- son, rules; Mrs. Ernie Huffman, schedule and Ernie Huffman, prize. In addition to the 12 teams scheduled for this league, 8 other couples have indicated a Klapwyk-Keniston Engagement Told By Ledger Correspondent NOXON—Mr. and Mrs. John C. Klapwyk of Missoula have an- nounced the ettgagement of their daughter, Jun, Arlene, to Mau- rice Shelby Keniston, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. (Bud) Keniston of Noxon. Both young people are gra- duates of Missoula County High school. He is attending Inter- mountain Telegraphy school in Salt Lake City and is employed by the Hoen Hydraulic Corp. The date of Oct. 24 has been selected for the wedding in Mis- soula. The LEDGER — an ideal gift! beautiful PANELING Enjoy the beauty and easy maintenance of fine wood paneling. As low as • • • • 7 1/ 2 „, sq. 1111F11111 Recuperating John Cochrane, Thompson Falls logger, is recuperating at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cochran, at Sagle, Ida. following his release last week from St. Luke's hospital in Spo- kane. He was hospitalized after suffering a broken left cheek bone and broken upper jaw in a mishap while logging on Irvs creek July 28. VA Aide Due Albert A. Miron, service of- ficer, Veterans Welfare Corn - I mission, Kalispell, will be in Thompson Falls Monday after- noon. He may be contacted at the selective service office in the court house. ffeeleleellellIMINHSBUMMUSSINUMMUSIMMTMSMIMISMISMSMININESININMINIMIll CUSTOM FIT YOUR HOME INSURANCE WITH ONE BROAD POLICY Protect your home, your belong- ings, and even your personal liability with ONE POLICY molded to your specific needs. You select the coverages, you select the limits in the Compre- hensive Dwelling Policy and cus- tom fit your home insurance. Gertrude J. Mahoney Dial TA 7-3482 nunnmnomusanniniumuutummuuumill11111111U1111111111111111111111111111111111 LIVE MUSIC - featuring - Dick Davis, piano Don Pearsall, sax Jim Dean, Drums SATURDAY NIGHTS Starting at 9 p.m. Come on out. 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