The Flathead Courier (Polson, Mont.) 1910-current, April 30, 1936, Image 2

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PAGE TWO THE FLATHEAD COURIER, Poison. Montana Thursday, April 38, not Pablo Town News LeOrIli Ingraham was an overnight west of Jean Westerman Monday. Irene Haffdal spent the week end nere with her parents. Lloyd Thrift and family and Lloyd Busick and family have moved to Som- ers where the men will be employed. B. A. Ingraham is digging a new well it the Rowan place. Members of the Pentecostal church enjoyed a picnic at the Crow Creek dam list Sunday. William Trainor of Belt is spending a week here visiting his brothers. George Rathburn was in town Mon - lay from the Valley View district. E. J. Westerman was reelected for watermaster. ' Mr. and Mrs. GuHickson and Grace ..pent the week end in Missoula. Bill Gwyn spent the week end with triends at McDonald lake. Mrs. E. R. .ROAlin and Mrs. J. Guyette attended the Music Festival in Poison Saturday. Jack Witherspoon and Charles Dixon visited with Leona Ingraham and Fran- cis Spencer Tuesday evening. Viola Ingraham was a dinner guest At the Honing home in Ronan, Sunday evening. Mrs. C. MacGilvra and Delphus In- qraham of Poison were dinner guests ti the B. A. Ingraham home Tuesday The L. N. sewing circle met with Mrs. Lewis on Friday afternoon. Mrs. E. Rowan visited with her son Carl at Missoula last Monday. Mrs. Clements of Ronan visited with iriends here Sunday. Chuck Simonis visited here with his ,ittrents last week. Mr. and Mrs. Elie, Mr. and Mrs. Row - In, Mr. and Mrs. Guyette, Mr. Wester- man. Mr, and Mrs. B. A. Ingraham were imong those who attended the Town- send dance at Post Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Kringler and son of Missoula spent the week end here with Mr. and Mrs. F. Howlet. Mrs. Melford spent Sunday and Mon - :sty at Ronan visiting relatives. , Wallace Adler of Ronan spent the seek end here with Harold Gulikson. Southeast Shore The Montecalito club met last week it the home of Mrs. Glen Smurr with Mrs. Hoepfner. Mrs. Hoskinson and Mrs. Shrider assisting as hostesses. The refreshments were ice cream and angel food cakes which everyone enjoyed very much. The attendance was small 'however, due to the busy season of the year and it was decided that we would .itscontinue the meeting during the summer until next September. We, of this neighborhood are all very sorry to loose a dear friend and neigh- aor, Mrs. Chas. Jennison, who passed On to be with the Lord, last Saturday ..norning. May the spirit of God which filled her soul, remain to bless and comfort those who are left. The Abrahamson family and Miss Grace Kitts spent Sunday in Kalispell where Mr. Abrahamson attended the V. F. W. convention, the others spend- :ng the day with Mrs. Myrl Martin. Mrs. George North who has been ill for some time has been reported much .mproved. Proctor Items H. W. Kenney, poultry expert and re- presentative of the Standard Chemical Products Co., was a business caller in the neighborhood Wednesday. Thomas, Leon and Annette Walker and Mrs. R. L. Walker attended the Amateur Hour program in Kalispell on Wednesday evening which was held in the high school auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lind were in Kalispell Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eichman and children of Poison were visiting rel- atives in Proctor, Sunday. Miss Mildred Proctor spent the week end in Kalispell shopping and visiting relatives. Mrs. R. L. Walker and son Thomas were business visitors in Kalispell on Thursday. Miss Auda Lind of Dayton spent the week end at the Jerome Thomas home. Mrs. Laura Meuli underwent a tonsil operation at the Thornton hospital in; Missoula last week. Mr. and Mrs. Urban Serail and chil- dren were Sunday dinner guests at the Theo. Savall home. Bob Dunn returned to his home at Superior, Monday altar spending the week end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Dunn. BROWER ANNOUNCES FOR STATE SENATOR I am a candidate for State Senator • Iran Lake county on the Republican ticket, at the coming primaries. Haying served in both the Senate and the House from Missoula county when the lower part of this county was a part of Missoula county, I have had some legislative hperience. During my twenty-five years of resi- dence in the county. I have become ac- quainted with all parts of the county and with most of the people and believe I know their needs and wants from our State Legislature. Hying some education to start with, and having had some legal, legislative and active business experience in this county for a quarter of a century, along with what knowledge of conditions I have been able to pick up, I am conceit- ed enough to believe that I have some of the qualifications for the office ot State Senator. I helped to create this county and have tried to do my bit to make it a good county in which to live. My am- bition now is to see that the county and all its people are fearlessly, fairly and ably represented in the Senate in order that both may receive a square deal. Upon these conditions. I solicit your support. Respectfully yours. —adv. ' A. J. BROWER. NOTICE OF MEETING OF REPUB- LICAN PRECINCT COMMITTEEMEN Notice is hereby given that a meet- ing of all Republican county commit- teemen of Lake County, Montana. is hereby called to meet at the Model cafe in the City of Poison on Tuesday, May 12th, 1938, at 3:00 o'clock, for the purpose of electing delegates and alter- nates to attend the state convention to be held at Helena on May 19th, 1938 for the purpose of electing delegates and alternates to the national convention and presidential electors. Poison, April 29th, 1936. JOHN HERMAN, Chairman Republican County Central Committee. (Publish April 30; May 7, 19361 ATTENTION REPUBLICANS On Tuesday, May 12, at 8:00 p. m., at the Model Cafe. Poison, the Hon. F. H. Haynes of Forsyth, \the orator of the Yellowstone,\ will be at a banquet din- ner and address the Republicans of Lake county on the issues of the day. All Republicans are earnestly invited to attend, Ladies includatl. Plate 50c.— John Herman. Chairman of Lake Coun- ty Republican Central Committee. 4 Rollins News Mrs. G. C. Willey and Esther were Kalispell callers the first of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Paola and Miss Sophie Novak were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rorvils Wednes- day eve. Fred Tiffany of Missoula was a caller here Wednesday. A soli was born to Mr. and Mrs. A. Reynolds April 24. Rev. 0. A. White is spending a few days in Idaho. Mr. and Mrs. C. Rogers are moving on the Smith ranch at Proctor. Elmer Bother of Somers spent the week end at the home of Eugene Tif- fany. Miss Grace Stevens of Lakeside was a caller here Friday. A group of young folks from here at- tended the junior prom in Poison Fri- day night. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Learn were in Polson Saturday. ' A number of people from here at- tended the musical festival in Poison , Saturday. The Rollins school entered in the singing during the morning.' . Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hoover and boys spent Sunday in Kalispell. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Collins who have been at Moiese the past month returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Stagger and family mov- ed to the Claude Sager place last week. 1 , Fred Uhde was a Poison visitor Sat- urday. Mr. Kenny of Kalispell was calling on poultry raisers here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ekman were in Kali- spell Monday. Those from here who attended the dance at Somers Saturday night report 1 a splendid time. Some from here attended the Town- send club at Dayton Saturday. The rain of last Thursday and Fri- day will do wonders to the grain and gardens which are being planted. LET US HELP DO YOUR SPRING HOUSE CLEANING RUGS DRAPES CURTAINS BLANKETS PILLOWS • tri do the tough job of cleaning your rugs. drapes, etc., In our combined laundry and dry cleaning service. We will have them back to you on our next trip, clean and fluffs as new. Just put up your card. MISSOULA LAUNDRY CO. FUTURE FARMER NEWS On Wednesday, April 29 seven Fu- ture Farmers of the local chapter left tor Bozeman to attend the annual F. F. A. convention and high school week being held in that city. The seven who went and what they will participate in are as follows s Har- old Fite, Lloyd Crannell, Alva Harris will be the stock judges while James Peace, Gerhard Lewis, David Smart will be the delegates at the annual F. F. A. convention. Leonard Haack will take part in the shop contest. The boys will be accompanied by Harold Lowman the local ag. instructor and F. F. A. The Kersawe and Gerlach families anent Sunday fishing at Nine Pipe re- servoir. They caught some nice Mil. Mr. and Mrs. Max Sturm and Duane drove from Libby Saturday evening and visited until Monday morning at the 0. A. Sturm home. Visitors at the Jernberg home Satur- da evening were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ol- sen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Howard and family. Mr. and Mrs Geo. Thompson and children and Whitt Pe- SWISOr. Farm Bureau meeting was held at The boys will return to Poison Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mayer and family day. May 3. They and 20 other Future the school house Friday evening. se were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Farmers will receive F. F. A. letters at veral of the merchants in town have Mrs. Dick Schilling in Poison. agreed to give a discount to members of the last meeting of the chapter before school is out, the organization. Lunch was served If the weather is favorable, there will after the business meeting. be base ball at the school house next The Rogers, George and L. Thomp- Sunday afternoon. son and Max Sturm families and Mr. and Mrs. 0: A. Sturm spent Sunday evening at the Roy Sturm home, the occasion being Mr. Sturm's birthday. Ice cream and two birthday cakes were a feature of the lunch. About one hundred and fifty Poison and Valley View people enjoyed a no - host dinner together at the school house Sunday. After the bounteous meal, was cleared away, Rev. Jinnett gave a short review of the two books, \The Great Hunger\ and \The New Temple.\ The day was a very enjoy- able one and it is hoped it may be re- peated. Rev. JUmett will hold services here again on Sunday eve, May 10. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Forman and Mil- dred visited Sunday afternoon at the Triplett home. Mrs. M. 0. Stark and Robin Gregg are having the mumps this week. There are still a few left who haven't had them. The Reclamation Service are busy Reservoir Valley Among those from here who attend- ed the junior prom at Poison Friday night were Vera and Verde Bowden, Floyd and Selma Olson, Nordica anti John Davis, Viola Rose, Walter Blunt- hagen, Mr. and Mrs. Edis Bowden and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Moore. Miss Lorraine Haynes was an over night guest of May and Donna Bow- den, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Jeppson and fa- mily _were guests at the James Haynes home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kasper and daugh- ter of Milwaukee, Wisc., are visiting at the William Seiffert home. Those who took part from Reservoir Valley in the music festival in Poison Saturday were Lorraine Haynes, Don- na and May Bowden, Twilla Myers and Ruth Rose. Mrs. William Seiffert and daughter Amelia and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kasper made a trip to Kalispell, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ledgerwood call- ed at the Boice home Friday afternoon. The Reservoir club will meet May 20 at the home of Mrs. Andrew Olson. Mumps are very prevalent in Reser- voir Valley. Mrs. Jim Cornelius spent several days last week visiting at the Fred Blumha- gen home BIG SEA BATTLE WAS STAGED FOR MOVIE, \CAPTAIN BLOOD\ The old Arabella, wind -jamming Pi- rate cruiser unlimbered her archaic Culverins, demi-Cuiverins, Bakers. Swivel -guns. Cannonades and Murder- ers, as a cocky be -canvassed French war -sloop tried to capture the spotlight in the Cosmopolitan production, \Cap- tain Blood\ will show at the Liber- ty Theatre. Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday, May 5, 6, 7. The scene was the highlight and fade out of this epochal pirate drama. The war pieces mentioned are the technical names for the clumsy cannons used to comb the Spanish Main in the 17th century in search of yellow gold and precious loot. As the mammoth frigates built en- tirely by engineers and artisans at the First National studios poured barrage after barage of 32 and 62 pound iron balls, grape shot and cannister into each other's mid -riff, ugly -visaged Pi - rates and sailors enacted by Holly- wood's finest troupers mixed with swinging cutlasses, pikes, hangers and grappling hooks in one of the bloodiest of all cinema fracases. \Captain Blood\ is Rafael Sabatini's most powerful drama. It is a colorful romance with the wildest adventure a tale of seventeenth century sea piracy, produced on a tremendous scale. NOTICE A special meeting of Mystic chapter No. 53. 0.E.S. will be held Wednesday, May 6 at 8 o'clock p. in. Visitation ol Mrs. Elizabeth Luebbin, worthy grand matron. Initiation and lunch. All members requested to be present and all visiting members welcome. Tom Marlow, Jr., arrived here from Helena recently to spend a few days working at the state fish hatchery on the east lake shore. Miss Helen Decker of Creston was here last Friday evening to attend the Junior prom. Valley View Items _ weeds. Several extra men are being cleaning out the ditches and burning used. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Merritt and boys and M. N. Axness were among th who attended the dinner and service Sunday. Members of the Friendship club held their regular meeting Thursday after- noon with Mrs. Roy Sturm as hosteas. The ladles quilted for Mrs. Sturm who served a lovely lunch at the close of the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and children visited at the Sam Olsen and Frank Thompson homes Sunday. POLSON LODGE NO. 78, A. P. & A. M. Regular meetings second, fourth and fifth Wednesdays, Sojourning breth- ren always welcome. I. E. WHITE, W. M 26tf N. A. PALMER, Secretary. Are You Aware Of the Fact—. that the cause of your stomach trouble can be located in your spine? In fact, vertebrae can be out of line so little that you Wall not realise your spine is at fault, yet delicate nerve fibers may be affected enough to cause serious disorder in any of the body's or- gans. Have your spine examined. It may mean relief tram a long suf- fered Illness. Dr. F. W. Haight CHIROPRACTOR Hours: 10 to 12, 2 to 5. 7 to 8 ev- enings except Wed. and Saturday, Brockman Bldg. Phone 126, Poison a FOR SALE All Kinds of Good, Used FARM EQUIPMENT I have several Knape roller eorrugators, priced $20.00 up to $35.00. Write me and I'll be glad to ship you what you need. Harry Musgrave, Twin Falls, Idaho Ford Dealers Announce aG Cars & Trucks hew autamotiue 414414 foe the Used Cac 644yec N EVER before has there been assured to used car buyers as definite protection as is now offered by Ford Dealers in R&G cars and trucks. 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The Flathead Courier (Polson, Mont.), 30 April 1936, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.