The Flathead Courier (Polson, Mont.) 1910-current, May 21, 1936, Image 5

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• Thursday, May ft. 1936 THE FLATHEAD ('(WRIER, Poison. Bightaaa PAGE FM ANOTHER HALF CARLOAD 'TO !AIIIIflI This is the second half -car we have had since January. We now have all models with the new \Gentle Hand\ unit an exclusive feature on Th or Washers that does your washing in half the time and is twice as easy on the clothes. Furniture G. B. CAMPBELL Chevrolet POLSON, MONTANA Courier Letter Box Apply Spray to Control Apple Insects It will soon be time to apply the second lime -sulphur spray for scab con- trol on apples. Use one gallon of liquid lime -sulphur or 10 lbs. of dry lime - sulphur to 25 gallons of water. This and other lime -sulphur sprays are ex- cellent aids in controlling oyster shell scale. The spray should be applied with about 300 lbs. pressure, when about three -fourths of the petals have fallen from the blossoms. Include 3 lbs. of lead arsenate per 100 gallons of spray to control codling moth. There is little to be gained by using lead arsenate unless wormy apples were found in the orchard last year. Additional sprays will be necessary to control codling moth. These are timed by the emergence of the moths. Other notices will appear at a later date.—By R. D. Eichmann, Deptartment of En- tomology, Montana Experimental Sta- tion. Spring Valley Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith and child- ren of Kalispell and Mr. Wilson were Sunday visitors at the Nelson home. Howard Burton spent the week end m Ronan. The Community picnic will be held Sunday, May 31st. All invited. The place will be decided on at the Wom- an's Club meeting Thursday at the Nel- son home. Several new cars have been purchased in the Valley the past week. Elwyn Williams now owns a Plymouth coupe and Halverson's. Marion's and Smith's new Chevrolets, all purchased in Poison. Mr. and Mrs. John Wigfield enter- tained at dinner Sunday at their home for Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Burton and Mrs. Nelson, Evelyn and Tilly Nelson and. Mr. Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Merritt arid children attended the show in Poison Saturday evening and also enjoyed the dance in Valley View after the show. August Nelson was home for one day last week before starting for Coram where he has accepted a position as clerk for the Forest Service. Jack Rodgers and Joe Coeclet were business callers in Poison Saturday. Howard Burton, Louise Kemp and Mr. and Mrs. George Halverson and Georgie visited at the Nelson home on Tuesday evening. Alvin Merritt called at the Ivan For- man home in Round Butte Tuesday. Mrs. Harry Dunn, Mrs. Lenore Mer- ritt and Mrs. Harold Halverson visited at the Diamond Bar Six ranch Tues- day. Tony Kasseroler and Harry Dunn were home over the week end from Larson's logging camp near Proctor where they are employed in the woods. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Stumon and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Parsons were shoppers In Poison Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Williams re- cently disposed of several of his horses and they are staying at the Burton home at present. Carol Thompson, Vivian, Paul and Stanley Smith'and Libby Nelson saw the show in Poison Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams visited at the Jack Williams home Tuesday even- ing. Rollins News Dick Mukethaler spent the week end in Missoula on business. A Reynolds was a Kalispell caller one day last week. Mrs. Earl Maken of Libby spent sev- eral days here last week visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ekman spent Wed- nesday in Hot Springs on business. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Robertson took a load of poultry to Kalispell Friday. Mrs. Lodge Elastic was a Kalispell shopper one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hoover were Kalispell callers Friday. Mrs. Nellie Tiffany spent last week near Poison with her daughter, Mrs. Metil McAlear. - Vivia and Clyde Burton left for their home in Libby Monday after spending the past winter here going to school. Miss Grace Stevens of Lake Side spent the week end at the home of Moroca Ekman. Mrs. M. J. Brunner and girls were Kalispell callers last week. Guy Clatterbuck took a herd ot cat- tle to Kalispell last week. George Crouch of Elmo helped him Mr. and Mrs. C. Rogers and Billy ot Proctor spent Sunday here. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sager moved back from Poison last week. • Mr. and Mrs. H. Weaver and children spent Sunday in Somers. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sager returned from Wallace the first of last week where they have been visiting relatiVes. Miss Amy Vinson of Big Arm spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. Glen Daley and family here. Miss Erma Bower spent the week end with home folks near Elmo. Eddie Crugger and mother of Belton was calling on friends here Sulmay. John Baertsch and Miss Mildred Lind of Dayton were callers here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Williams and children of Proctor were callers here Sunday evening. County Superintendent of Schools Ethel Terry of Poison met with the Rollins school board of trustees Monday night. Eugene Tiffany and Harris Weaver were in Poison on business Tuesday. Grandma Sager has been visiting at the Claude Sager home. Pablo Community The Pablo Community Sunday School enjoyed a picnic in the Reclam- ation grove Sunday. Miss Hondel was . a Sunday dinner guest at the Alfred Butt home. Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Mayer and daugh- ter. Avolon, were Sunday evening call- ers at the Frank Mayer home. George and, Fred Garbe fished on the east shore of the lake Sunday. H. Burnside and Feriae Leavell were fishing in the lake Sunday also. Miss Eva Hondel was a supper guest at the Bill Dietrich home Sunday even. Mg. The Sunday dinner guests of Earl Mutchlers were the Roy Reed and fam- ily. Walt Shenneman and family, Wei - teen Milner and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Milner. Mr. M. F. Doering and Mrs. Emma Hammond of Plains visited at Stim- son's Sunday. Walt Detrich and family were fishing at the lake Sunday. Mrs. Burnside and Lola spent Sun- day afternoon at the J. M. Joyce home near Ronan. Mr. and Mrs. Max Garbe spent Sun- day night at the Rudolph Vogler home near Kalispell. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dietrich and Mrs. Vandegrift spent Sunday afternoon at the Alfred Butt home. Thursday evening the Kendall family and Mr. Weyer were callers at the Bit Dietrich home. Proctor Items Mrs. Jerome Thomas. Mrs. Austin Thomas and Mrs. Daryl Proud were Poison visitors Tuesday. Miss Edith Masters of Randchester, Wyoming, is visiting at the B. L. Schultz home. Mrs. Annie Smith is assisting Mrs. Eli Melton of Lake Ronan. to prepare for the opening of the fishing and tourist season. Mrs. Laura Neuli is spending a few weeks at Hot Springs. She has been in ill health the past year and it is hoped the hot baths with their curative pow- ers will be beneficial to her and aid in her speedy recovery. The seventh and eighth grade school pupils went to Poison Wednesday and Thursday to take the state examina- tions given in those grades. Those at- tending from here were Leslie Thomas and Russell Lanway, in the seventh grade. and Bernard Lind, Arthur Learn, Annette Walker and Elsie Learn, in the eighth grade. Mrs. L. R. Williams. Mrs. S. H. Thomas, and Thomas. Leon and An- nette Walker attended the baccaulerate services in Poison Sunday night. Leon Walker is a member of the graduating class. Daryl Proud left this week for Fort Peck to obtain work. Mr. and Mrs. John O'Boyle were week end visitors in Kalispell. Mr. and Mrs. Urban Sayan and child - Tien were shopping in Kalispell Thurs- day. The, Ladies Aid.,met at the Naval! home Wednesday. Local News Notes Mr. and Mrs. Art Davis of Seattle, were in Poison last Friday while on, their way to Kalispell where Mr. Davis: has secured the contract for laying the flooring in the new Roxy Theatre. V. C. Hollingsworth spent last Sun- day here from Deer Lodge. He was ac- companied on his return home by Mrs. Hollingsworth and their two children who had spent two weeks here with her mother, Mrs. Miller and her two sisters, Mrs. Ethel Steese and Mrs. N. J. Cline. I Local News Notes Charlo Items Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Sig Johnson spent Sunday at the latter's cabin on the east shore. H. E. Rakeman, jr., left last Friday to return to Ennis after spending a few days here with his parents. L. M. Padgette attended a meeting ot Federal Land Bank representatives held Sunday at Kalispell. Mrs. Lillian Joy and daughter, Ruth, of Kalispell, spent a short time here Tuesday visiting the Livermore family. Miss Denise Davis who is a student nurse at the St. James hospital at Butte, arrived here last Saturday to spend a three weeks vacation at home. Rev. and Mrs. E. S. Ede left this week for a month's vacation during which they will visit relatives at St. Paul and Aurora, Ill. Rev. Ede will also attend the Lutheran conference at Minnea- polis. Mr. and Mrs. George Sager and daughter, Grace, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ferrell were visitors in sAbby last Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Ferrell and Mr. Sager represented the local Odd Fellows lodge at the district meeting there. • Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Hamman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Westfall and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wheeler and Jim Cleveland spent last Sunday pie- nicing and fishing on the river. The party reported a fair catch. Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Cascey returned last week from an extensive trip east, visiting friends and relatives in Chica- go and other places in Illinois. They enjoyed their vacation immensely and Dr. Casey reports that he got plenty of \kick\ watching the big leaguers toss the ball around, and especially the antics of - Dizzy\ Dean. Do You Know You can buy a new 1936 Plymouth Full size, 5 -passenger Sedan for the low price of $745 Delivered at Poison Dewey Service Co. Meier's Studio Kodak Finishing Films Photographs Views ColOCIr Coloring killiming, Etc. Thaw I Garden Court DOUBLE V COMBINATION V CREAM V V V The invisible complexion beautifier. Keep your skin lovely with this mar. veloas cream by Nelson. Ildbard's Pharmacy Dan Harrington, Scotty McLennan, Clifford Hendrickson, Ronald Roark. Shan Miller, Willis Popovick and Coach Luke Dyche spent Thursday, Friday and Saturday at the state track meet in Missoula. Mrs. James Hendrickson and daugh- ter, Grace, were Poison visitors Thurs- day. The seniors of Charlo high school held their class day Monday. Valedic- torian speech given by Betty Bigger - staff, salutatorian speech by Don King- ery. class history by Willis Popovich, class flower by Vivian Staffanson, class prophecy by Jim Harrington, class will by Shan Miller, farewell speech by Anna Miller. Several selections were ren- dered by Ruth and Shea Hogg and Mary English and Lois Bollman. A violin selection by Fern Ray. Mr. W. 0. Bough, principal, gave the final speech and congratulations were in ,order. Mr. G. W. Wamsley acted as chairman. Graduation exercises of • the Charlo, Arlee and St. Ignatius high schools will be held at St. Ignatius. Thursday, May 21. The Young Woman's Club was held at the home of Mrs. Claude Howell. Wednesday. After the meeting a lunch was served. The Charlo high school glee club and orchestra held a wiener roast at How- lett's Crossing Thursday. • Mrs F. I. Erwin and son Bob spent the week end in Missoula. The Ladies Aid of the Charlo M. E. Community church was held at the! home of Mrs. Jim Hendricksen, Mrs. Z. Barr was assistant hostess. The eighth graduation exercises were held Tuesday at the local gym. The senior class spent Tuesday atj Flathead lake. - Misses Mary Sullivan and Genevieve! Dellwo, Students of State Normal Col- lege at Dillion spent the week end at their home. Mr. John Driscoll, teacher at Bridger returned home Sunday where he will spend the summer. VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS And Auxiliary meets first and -third Wed- nesday of each month I.O.O.F. Hall, 8 p. m. Visiting Members Invited. Citizenship Lodge KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAs NO. 36 Meets every first and- third Friday at 8:00 p. m. at the I.O.O.F. hall. Visiting members welcome C.E.Gaylord, C.C. J.T.Alexander, K.R.S. 4 BIG DAY IN POLSON POPPY DAY DANCES LAKE COUNTY VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS POL.,01 SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1936 Two donors for the price of one. Rivet -view and 1.0.0.F. Hall. 75c 1.0.0F, Hall Only, 50o 1934 Ford V8 DeLuxe Coupe A real buy. This is a low mileage car and has had good care. 1934 Chevrolet Long Wheel- base 1 1 / 2 Ton Truck This truck has new tires all around and the motor is in excellent shape Priced at $550 1931 Chevrolet Coupe Grasp thit opportOnity to enjoy a good coupe. Has many hundreds ot miles of cheap transportation. Price is MO I .1932 fiord Sedan •-• lilts los .has original paint: with good rubber and the motor is in fine shape., Remember -these cars are • guaranteed OK! Every car a real bargain! Record -breaking sales of new Chevrolets make these better trade-in values possible! SPECIALS 1929 Chevrolet Sedan $175.00 1929 Ford Roadster $150.00 1929 Ford Coach $150.00 1929 Chevrolet Truck $150.00 1929 Ford Truck $125.00 1928 Chevrolet Sedan $85.00 1929 Pontiac Sedan 1927 Chrysler Sedan which sold a mrliton Used (ors for Chevrolet dealers in 1935 PROTECTS YOU! $60.00 ........ ........ $60.00 1030 Durant Satan Here is a real good buy. has had good care. Coale in and see tor yourself. Price $225 1930 Chevrolet 1, Ton Pick-up A truck you can do lots of hauling with at low cost per mile. at $175 * * * * * * * * * * VISIT US FOR BETTER VALUES --TODAY! G. B. CAMPBELL AUTHORIZED CHEVROLET DEALER POLSON, MONTANA

The Flathead Courier (Polson, Mont.), 21 May 1936, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/sn86075296/1936-05-21/ed-1/seq-5/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.