Sanders County Ledger (Thompson Falls, Mont.) 1959-current, December 24, 1959, Image 2

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a. By K. A. E. The bells may softly chime \0 lldy Night!' Tlw Christmas tree may glow with candle light. The table may be spread wit h h.stiVe (dicer And yet no Christmas spirit liovcr near. For 41iristlims is hut faith, and trust, and love. A lifting of the eyes to hint ;Wove -- The 4 'hrist who came to earth to set men free. God's gift of love supreme to you and me. And as the angel elaiir their anthems sing, The story of God's love to man they bring. The promise of abiding peare impart-- `Tis Christmas when 4 twist dwells within the heart. May your home and your family be invested with the faith, and love and trust and peace which is the true spirit of Christ at this yuletide season. That is our wish for all of you. .1M•••••M•t••••• •aCe. a,.41M.•••111•1..4•111.4 . 411•1.•1•1•. •IMp. ...4M1.0.1. Santa, Wife Greet 430 Youngsters Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus passed out a total of 430 sacks of candy to youngsters attending the free matinee at the Rex theater Saturday afternoon. The theater overflowed with some youngsters sitting on the floor at the front of the theater. Ted Mellinger. general chair- man in charge of arrangements for the annual event, expressed his appreciation to the firemen, sheriff's office. highway patrol, city marshal, mayor, merchants and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jensen for their assistance in making the event such a success. He also expressed his appreci- ation to Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hear- ing for their work as Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus and pointed out that each year they donate their time without compensation. 25 Boys Scouts Hold Cook - Out Twenty-five Thompson Falk boy scouts participated in a cook- out at Miller park with Scout- master Gerald Miller. The first class and above scouts assisted second class and tenderfoot scouts with their fire building requirements and the boys also worked on cooking wildlife, tracking and clothing and equipment requirements re- quired for advancement to sec- ond and first class ratings. Delance Wiegele, Jay Miller, Gary Heater, John Duffield, Larry Tobiska and Ronnie Burg - hard left town at 7:30 a.m. to prepare things for the other boys. Scoutmaster Miller said the troop plans to conduct fire build- ing contests and hold other simi- lar outings after the first of the year. Too Late To Classify FOR SALE—CHROME DINETTE set with 4 chairs, $15. Excel- lent condition. Call or see Jeannette Guldseth. 24* •4••• , IMIN...M..111111.••••••ffile. .1.11111..••••• 4M1.••=11•4 OM. .41M. •M••• •••• • $ 1 May Your Christmas Be Bright With Friendliness and Cheer Christmas is made up of so many wonder- ful things ... love ... laughter ... joy ... companionship ... song .. . kindness and beauty. We hope that all its pleasures join to weave a tapestry of happiness for you and yours you'll always cherish. We extend our Best Wishes to you tor a Merry Christmas. STAT BANK A Established In 1906 2—SANDERS COUNTY LEDGER Thursday, Dec. 24, 1959 t i l K A. EGGENSPERGER SANDERS COUNTY LEDGER Editor and Publisher THOMPSON FALLS, MONTANA NATIONAL EDITORIAL 7 A C9kT tr_ 1 , Montana A . AiSTATE PRESS ig ASSOCIATION 7.7 ) M/9591 N Published every Thursday at Thompson Falls, Montana, county seat of Sanders county. Entered as second class matter March 3. 1906. under the Act of Congress. March 9, 1879) SUBSCRIPTION RATE One Year in Sanders County Six Months in Sanders County One Year Outside County Six Months Outside County ) All subscriptions payable in advance) $3.00 $1.75 $3.50 $2.0C Home Moved Kirkpatrick Brothers. Inc. of Kalispell moved a house pur- chased by Bob Jopling to his ranch near Trout Creek. Friday, the movers had a slight delay en route when the bolts in the trailer hub sheared. The house ,-•4io-•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••Ik belonged to Morrison-Knudsen. The Kalispell firm has been engaged also in moving a house from the same area for Stewart Hampton to a new location near Bob's Conoco station on High- way 10A. The house formerly was occupied by George Pied- mont, general superintendent for M -K. •-•*••••••••••-•••40-40-40-••••••••••••••••• Credit union to meet CHRISTMAS The Sanders County Credit union will meet Sunday, Jan. 3 at the school lunchroom. The meeting will be preceded by *a no host luncheon at noon. The last meeting was held at the Al- bert Pirker home at Whitepine. The public is invited to attend. LIEIDCLIQ IIFS I and family left Tuesday to move their trailer house to Vantage, Wash. The Pinochle club met at the Forker home Dec. 15 with 13 members present. An exchange of gifts highlighted the evening. Rowena Forker and Mary Lou Graham were hostesses. Noxon Briefs' Mrs. John Richards and her sister, Miss Dorothy Laws, cele- brated their birthdays Dec. 16 at the home of their father, Frank Laws, at Trout Creek. The Laws family resides in the Allen Reed house. McKee Mercantile will be clos- ed three days each during the Christmas and New Years holi- days—Fridays, Saturdays, Sun- days, Dec. 25-27 and Jan. 1-3. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Marshall Coast Firm To Publish Song Whitepine song writer, Mrs. Pat Sanchez, has sign another contract with anoth irm to publish one of her s. The West Coast Music Co. f Bever- ly Hills Calif. has accepted a contract to revise the song. \December Song,\ of Mrs. San- chez, saying it had great pos- sibility as a Christmas ballad. When the song is ready for publication, the company plans to publish it through their firm, Musicountry Tunes, Inc. PAPER TABLECLOTH IN 300 ft. rolls at the LEDGER. ..111•0•INEK Merry TIKititituto May your Christmas be rich in the t spiritual joys of the season. Plumbing & Heating OM. K CLOSES OFFICE, CLEARING DAM SITE by Mrs. Helen Jenkins NOXON — Morison -Knudsen, Inc. expects to have its entire construction site at the Noxon Rapids dam torn down and cleared in the near future. Most of the office force was laid off or transferred last weekend. Clark Collins left Friday to Mrs. Minnie Larsen is spend - Merle urn to his home in Boise. , Merle Merritt, Joe Garrett and ing part of the winter months at Marilyn Pyatt were among thelthe Oscar Sorlie home at Trout office personnel recently emp- ! Creek while Mr. and Mrs. Sor- loyed by the prime contractor. he are on a vacation in Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Orlie Martin went to Spokane Saturday where Mrs. Martin had medical atten- tion. Hospital Notes Admitted — Roy Hildebrand, Noxon; Har- old Berkey, Calvin Hale, Keven Dwayne Fortner, Mrs. Maude Ann Laws, Mrs. Joe Landgraft, Thompson Falls; Arthur Opp,I Plains; Nick Laas, H. E. Smith, Mrs. Carolyn Woods, Hot Spr- ings; Andrew Burgess, Perma. Dismissed — Clarence Hart, James Hart, Thompson Falls!; Leslie Lom- bard, Mrs. Regina Ashcroft, Cindy Marie Larum, Robert La - cock, Oran Ward, Mrs. Jean Al- ford, Larry Sloan, Michael Sloan, Plains; Patrick Lefthand, Elmo; Mrs. Ruth Montieth, Colleen Ann Montieth, Claude Proctor, Perma; Syvert Evenson, Mrs. Frances Winebrenner, Aimee Gravelle, Mrs. Mary McDonald, Mrs. Marie Baxter, Hot Springs; Jimmy Blixt, Niarada; Henry Downing, Spokane; Gary McNeil, Paradise. To Mr. and Mrs. Don Woods, Hot Springs. a daughter, Lei Ann, 7 lbs. 7 ozs., Dec. 20. To Mr .and Mrs. John Ash- croft, Plains, a son, 9 lbs. 13 ozs., Dec. 20. TROUT CREEK -- PTA dinner served to th r memakers' club was a fine success, netting $66 for the PTA Another PTA card party was held Friday evening with the pinochle winners being Mrs. Doris Kraus, Nancy Blake, E. Edgar Taylor and Ernest Laws. The 300 pinochle prize went to Richard Gerstenberger and 100 aces to Mrs. Leona Conklin. Henry Kraus won the pitch prize. The next card party will be held on Jan. 2. Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor and son arrived Friday from Dillon. Mr. Taylor is attending school here a few days for observation as part of his teacher's training. They plan to visit with their folks until after Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. George Prish- mont took their son, Jimmy, to Sandpoint Wednesday where he underwent surgery Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tyler and Mr. and Mrs. Purvis Stover of Noxon and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cernik, Joanne and Jerri Lynn were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Cernik. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Auclair , drove to Deer Lodge Tuesday I to attend the funeral of her j uncle. , Stover Pacing Noxon Scoring NOXON—Stover continues to ! burn up the nets with field goals to remain the bright spot in an otherwise dismal cage season thus far for the Noxon Red Devils. The Red Devils lost three games during the past week to District 13 cage foes. Friday night they lost to the Troy Trojans 57 to 31, Saturday night to Charlo 46 to 30 and Monday night they succumbed to Dixon 66 to 46. Against Dixon, Stover tallied 26 points. In most games he has paced the scoring for both clubs. .dom. , ••••• ••••• Am. ,••• -emo• •••••• .1m.• .••• / •s% i4ccept our greeting for this Holiday season. And thank you for your many courtesies. 1939 HEATER and HEATER Rich, Perry, Vic • NEIEK •MMIN .•Mnio• •.•11.• P•IM14 P.111•4•Mol ,•• .11MM. .11111EN AM. •.4 .•=111K•Mn• , A1M01•11M4 , 411M+4Mik C -fiuldAa. To all our good friends and neighbors warm, hearty Lmod wishes for this wonderful season. We hope you pxperienee much happiness during this Yuletime. McKEE MERCANTILE Noviii, - Montana Bob & Ruth, Paul & Marion, Carl, Betty, Margaret, Paul Bevans We will be CLOSED FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY, Dec. 25-27 Residents to See Rose Bowl Game Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Heiman and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rosenthal left Friday on a trip which will take them to California and the Southwest for several weeks. They plan to visit friends and relatives in Spokane and Port - and and then spend Christmas 'n San Francisco. They will view the Rose par- ade and Rose Bowl game at Pasadena New Years day and visit friends and relatives around Los Angeles before con- tinuing on to Arizona, Las Ve- of the complaint. gas, Phoenix and Salt Lake City en route home. In California they visit Mr. and Mrs. Heiman's day and is spending Christmas son, Earl, at Garde' Grove, there visiting her son, Clayton, Calif. Mrs. Rose Fiera ming ac- and daughter, Mrs. Walter Klug companied them to Spo ane Fri- and families. .•••••/.....11•1•0•1..M.4...1.41111 • State Dismisses Stobie Complaint The Montana Trade commis- sion has dismissed a complaint against the Stobie Shopping Center charging the firm with selling food below cost, State Sen. Eugene H. Mahoney, at- torney for the Thompson Falls j firm, has announced. I An order was issued by the board Dec. 15 on motion by commission's counsel, John T. Vance, on grounds that there was insufficient evidence against Stobie to prove the allegations Hello folks! Here's hoping your Holiday seas,A will be a wonderful one, without a care, and that Santa brings you many packages cf 1 - ,z,cpriess - and 112:11th. FALLS ELECTRIC flees a eases 411M. ••=14 We bring you a gift, wrapped in friendship and with care, to express our wish that you have a merry, happy Holiday season. GILL - ADAMS, INC. Hank, Alma, Bud, Jim ••••••••=.• 041ME....• ON. ,•••••• ••••4.1•111.. , .1111••••=04 ..111•14.1=.4•11.0.01 0 9e-An - C-1-1RISTMAS It's Christmas time again and we take great pleasure in wishing you a very joyous holiday season. CERNIK BROTHERS STORE Trout Creek. Niontana Joe and Mary Jane, John and Ruth WE WILL BE CLOSED CHRISTMAS DAY ONLY 40.•••=•..' .••••••••=.•••••mq•• , 4=0. .4••••....a1S0 • •.1•11111. .01 • .4.1. ••=1.,

Sanders County Ledger (Thompson Falls, Mont.), 24 Dec. 1959, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.