The Flathead Courier (Polson, Mont.) 1910-current, May 21, 1936, Image 8

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PAGE EIGHT THE muslin) commix rsigen.. 340 ataxia Thu:saga', May 21, Ina FEEL THE DIFFERENCE You Start Instantly With Conoco Bronze There Is More Miles In Conoco Gas POLSON SERVICE STATION Where You Get More For Your $1.00 WANT COLUMN Ads in this column charged for as follows: Per line first insertion. 10e. Each additional insertion, be per line. Count six words to line. a. FAMILY OF FOUR WISH TO RENT house, furnished or partly furnished. C. E. Lord, Courier Office. TOMATO PLANTS FOR SALE: MRS. James Powell, Grand View. 7' WANTED: A PAGE MILKER COM- plete. G. W. Kerns, St. Ignatius, Mont. 7-8 FOR SALE: JERSEY COW. GOOD family cow. Fresh in one week. Also one Shorthorn thoroughbred bull. 1 1 % miles from Mountain View School. A. Stadler. 7 -ti. BALED HAY FOR SALE: ALFALFA No. 1. At ranch in Valley Vie*. or del in Poison. Lewis Muffle. 7-8' LAKE SHORE VILLA SITES FOR sale on Finley Point. Also residence, business and ranch property, dance hall and timber land. Miry A. Tarr. -10' With The Churches Christian Church Bible school. 10 o'clock. Communion services 11 o'clock every Sunday morn- ing. problems and without Him can nothing be solved. Ile has said. \Seek ye first the kingdom of God and all else shall be added unto you.\ and it Is written \How beautiful are the feet of them that preach the gospel of peace, and bring glad tidings of good things.\ Romans 10:18. It is only by telling the old, old story . of Jesus and His love that we can bring glad tidings of good things. There is no substitute that will suffice. Only the story of Jesus, his virgin birth; his, crucifixions whereby he gave himself a ransom for us, bearing our sins on the cruel cross and his resurrection on the third day making it possible for all who believe on His name to rise again also. Thus giving us our salvation as a free gift if we will only believe and accept it. All we have to do is feel our need of Him as our Savious, repent in earnest prayer to Him for forgiveness of our sin and for our salvation and then be- lieving on His name and accepting His spirit in our hearts we are saved' by his grace, lie will do the rest. \For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten son, that whosoever belleveth in Him should not perish but have everlasting life.\ John 3:11. Local News Items News Items From Co. Agent's Office The that of the most troublesome and noxious weeds to come into blossom is the weed called whitetop and this week people in Lake county can see it in blossom, reports John Seines. County Weed Commissioner. From a distance whitetop may look like the dandelions that are now scat- tering their seed or like fanweed, but upon close examination, it is found to be growing In bunches and having a very strong root system. Fanweeds pull up easily, while the whitetop root is Much deeper and is joined together. liftmen are asked to clip patches ot whitetop this week 8o that the plants will not go to seed. It is quite useless to spray them at this season for the roots are very strong and will soon send up new shoots. Clipping is much less expensive and delays the flowering period imtil the warm cny weather of the summer makes poisoning much more effective. Since whitetop is one a the hardest weeds to kill, farmers in the county should at least try to keep this pest from going to seed. Much interest is being shown by par- ents and children in the Charlo com- munity in 4-H club work. County Agent Paisley has arranged to hold a general meeting in the Charlo High School at two o'clock, Saturday afternoon for the purpose of organizing both boys and girls clubs. The will take up both clothing and foods work. Mrs. Alice Allred, Mrs. Fryberger and Mrs. Tom Dillon. Mrs. Murdock and Mrs. A. N. McDan- leis have already been selected as lead- ers for the girls clubs. ADDITIONAL PABLO NEWS The Lutheran Walther League met at the Freyburger home, west of Ronan, Sunday evening for its first outdoor meeting of the year. Twenty-five young people took part in the outdoor games and contests held during the evening. Ice cream and cake were served at the The Lutheran Ladies Aid met at the home of Mrs. P. Salomon, Sr., last Wed- nesday with fifteen members and nine visitors present. Mother's Day was observed with readings and songs , Fancy work for the next sale was dis- tributed among the ladies. Ice meet closed with a lunch and ice cream and cake, served by the hostess. gratifying record of attendance in re- I Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Palmer left the cent weeks should be continued. Morn- I first of this week to visit relatives at ing worship and pastor's message at 111 Bellingham, Tacoma and Seattle. They Local News -Notes o'clock. Theme: \The Christian in an1 expect to be gone about two weeks. Unchristian World.\ At eight o'clockl Mr. and Mrs. Everett Salter and In the evening the Missionary Society LOST: TOOLED LEATHER PURS holds its annual meeting, t,o which a daughter. Therma, and Mr. and Mrs. with black lacing and celluloid top. special invitation is extended the public. Elie of Pablo, attended a Townsend Finder return to this office. 1 \ 8 The program is given elsewhere in these meeting at Arlee last Saturday evening. columns. -W. P. Jinnett, Minister. This evening Mr. Salter is scheduled to FOR SALE: BUFFET. 9x12 RUG. DAY speak before the Townsend club at bed, couch, 3 -burner gasoline stove, 2- What Tie Scriptures Say Whitefish. burner electric stove. Mrs. A. L. Graves. For there is no difference between the Mrs. H. A. Johnson was a Missoula Jew and the Greek: for the same Lord l visitor Tuesday. over all is rich unto all that call upon Leonard Culter spent last week end him. For whosoever shall call upon the visiting friends at Dillon. name of the Lord shall be saved. I F. N. Hammen made a trip to Mis- How then shall they call on Him in whom they have not believed? And how FOR SALE: BEARDLESS BARLEY . shall they believe in Him of whom they have not heard? And how shall they! Two dollars per hundred pounds. -Ed. ' Dullay, box 28, Poison, Mont. hear without a preacher? Romans 10:12, 13 and 141 FOR SALE: CRESTED WHEAT Grass. Yes, we must surely have preachers ( -Davis Merc. Co. 6 if the people of our nation are goingj to hear of the Lord Jesus. And we do I 2 ACRES. WITH IMPROVEMENTS, not need men in the pulpit who only I for sale. Located at Rollins.--Geo. Sa- want to speak of social problems of the Polso 6-tf daY We need preachers who will tell LOCAL COFFEE ROUTE OPEN: $45 a week opportunity. Auto given if you qualify. Write Albert Mills. 165 Mon- mouth, Cincinnati, Ohio. ger, n. have been taken out to enlarge the us of the gospel of Jesus Christ our a n on an d s ev e ral new fitting booth, Dewey SerVice Co. Christian Science 418 Fourth Street. Morning service at 11 o'clock. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Wednesday evening meeting at 8.00. The public is cordially invited to attend these services. Subject for May 24. Soul and Body. Golden Text: 1 Peter 2:11. Dearly beloved, I beseech you as strangers and pilgrims, abstain from freshly lusts, which war against the soul. Pablo Lutheran Church I Mo. Synod.) \We preach a Changeless Christ for a Changing World.\ 10:15 Sunday School. 11:00 English Ascension Service. • German service with Holy Commun- ion Pentcost Sunday, May 3 1 Welcome to our services. Methodist Church The church school at 10 a. m. The C. I. Furry and E. L. Rightinire were business visitors at Missoula Sunday. The M. E. Ladies Aid will meet In regular session, Thursday. May 28, at the church annex, Mrs. Roma Fulton, Mrs. Martin Loge and Mrs. Leonard Graves will be hostesses. All members and friends cordially welcome. The M. E. Ladies Aid will hold a bake sale at the Voss Meat Market, Fri- day, May 29. starting at 11 a. in. 7-8 Mrs. Edgar Martin and son, and Mrs. Charles Martin of Kalispell were Poi- son visitors last Saturday. The latter Mrs. Martin. formerly Miss Fern Jen- sen, remained to spend a few days at the Maurice Fee home. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rakeman, H. B. Rakeman. jr.. of Ennis and Mrs. F. L. Nelfert spent last Thursday at Mis- soula. Zelpha Davis and Doris Newton spent last week end in Missoula. Doris Grenier spent last week visiting her sister, Dorothy. who is employed at the Agency. John R. Lindsay of Proctor left Mon- day for Noxon where he will be em- ployed as an assistant camp boss in one of the blister rust camps. Miss Edith Romberg of Missoula is spending the week here visiting at the Matt Hanson home. Tony Johnson returned to Poison yes- terday after spending the past month operating a steam shovel on highway construction work in the Libby section. Do You Know • You can buy a new 1936 Plymouth Coupe full size 113\ Wheelbase for the low price of $695.00 solua Monday to meet Nancy Syms of. Ekalaka, who will spend the summer here at the Hanunan home. W. J. Burke will leave tomorrow for Billings where he will spend a few! days with Dick Moore who is one one of his regular sales trips from Lincoln, Nebraska. Mr. Moore is a son-in-law of Mr. Burke. The Pearce Style Shop has undergone several changes this week. The par- titions from the former living quarters FOR SALE: 170 ACRES, EAST SHORE Lord. For he is the answer to all our built. of Flathead lake. Three room house, , lots of fruit trees, 20 acres of alfalfa, lots of berries and flowers. Will aell W five ten and 20 acre tracts. -A. J. Con- nolly. Finley Point road. Poison. Mon. , tans. 6-7. WANTED TO BUY FAT HORSES, to', ship. -George Arndt. Palace Hotel, Missoula. Mont. 5-6* , FOR SALE: 4 and 6 ROOM MODERN houses. Small payment down, balance like rent. Also several nice lots. In- quire at Courier office. 5 FOR SALE: RANGE STOVE WITH teservoir.----Chas. Cloud, located across street from Fay McAlear's. 4- t f . WE WILL PAY 60c UNDER SPOKANE prices for fat hogs, weighing 170 pounds or more delivered to our plant. Write for prices on chickens, veal, lambs and beef cattle. -John R. Daily, Inc., Mis- soula, Montana. 1 41 -ti - - - - - --- SAP% FOR SALE: GOOD CONDI- tion. medium size. Protect your valu- ables from fire and theft. $40.00 isn't too much to pay for lifetime protection. it? Cali at The Courier office if in- terested 4-tf _ FOUND: READING GLASSES, BLACK rimmed. Owner please identify at the Courier office and pay for this notice. Clearance Sale -Monuments. - West. ' Mont. Mar. & O. Co., 305 So. 4th St. B., Missoula. W. W. Walls, Sales Mgr. ' Correction George Reed of Dayton informed The Courier that he was awarded second place instead of Robert Hamel oi St. Ignatius, in the extemporaneous contest held recently. A. C. RETZ FUNERAL DIRECTOR Phone, Office B. Residence 934 POLSON, MONTANA. WE DELIVER' Delivered at Poison Pocket the Difference BUY HERE AND SAVE Enjoy the finer things in life. Buy an extra pair of silk hose or take the family to the movies with the savings made by buying every day at your RED dt WHITE FOOD STORE. The prices are low and the quality is substantially high. FRI., SAT. and MON., MAY 22, 23 and 25 Decoration Day advance OUTING ' RED & WHITE COFFEE 2 lbs In Vacuum Tin. Nation's Finest 57c EARLY RISER COFFEE, 1 lb. for . 19c The Rig Valise Suggestions, May 30 Double Holiday VIENNA SAUSAGE, Two tins for.. . .190 PINEAPPLE, Large Tin 23c Red & White, ideal for Picnics or Motor Trips Red & White. Home Style. The kind yes want to serve VEAL LOAF, Two Tins for 23c Red & White. Created by Master Chefs. Chipped or Sliced BEEF, 3 1 / 2 os. jars. 1 - 90 Red & White. Delicious Creamed with New Potatoes MARSHMALLOWS, One pound for...17c Red & White. Fresh and Fluffy -In Cellophane BROWN BREAD, No. 2 tin 23c Red & White. With Raisins, A Meal with Pork & Beans PORK & BEANS, TWO large tali tins 19c Van Camp. Delicious With Brown Bread Week End Specials PUFFED WHEAT, CORN OR RICE The Giant Package, TWO FOR 29c DeLuxe. In Cellophane MARTINI BUTTER CRACKERS . The Sunshine 10 -oz. Package. Try this delicious Cracker CHEESE, Two 8-os. pkgs. 33c lilac Label. Choice of Seven Varieties. STUFFED OLIVES, 534-os. Bottle... 23c Red & White. Fancy Spanish RIPE OLIVES, No. •1 Tall Tins 19c Red & White. Fancy Missions WHEATIES, Two pkgs. for 25c The Food for Champions PEANUT BUTTER, 1 lb. 20c, 2 lb. jar 37c Red & White Made from Finest Virginia Peanuts EXTRA SPECIAL! While they last McINTOSH APPLES, Per Box 89c Combination Fancy and Extra Fancy Pack PAPER NAPKINS, Two pmckages 17c Embossed. 60's PICNIC PLATES, Three packages. .15c Decorated. 8's WAX PAPER, Two rolls 35c Red & White. 1 / 5 -Foot Vt'ith Cutter WASHO, 36-os. pkg. 27c The Safest Washing Laundry Powder DOG FOOD, Three 1 -lb. Tins 27c Kennilworth. Health Insurance for your cat or dog MILK, Five Tall Tins 38c Red & White. Accepted by American Medical Awn. TUNA, Two No. 1 / 2 Tina 370 Red & White. For delicious salads and sandwiches PINEAPPLE JUICE, Two No. 2 Tins 29c Red A White. Does Away With Morning Taste TOMATO JUICE, Three 14-os. Tins 25c Red & White. Healthful and Invigorating RED & WHITE FLOUR, 49 lb. sack $1.69 Every Sack Guaranteed. Milled in Montana FLAKY BAKE FLOUR, 49 lb. sack $1.47 All Purpose Flour. Milled in Montana SALAD DRESSING, Quart jar 37c Sampan, You'll Enjoy Its Delicious Flavor \Dark Anger Is Coming to Town \The Dark Angel,\ Samuel Goldwyn's gripping romantic drama, starring Fredric March, Merle Oberon and' Her- bert Marshall. will be the feature at- traction at the Liberty Theatre for three days beginning Tuesday. This powerful and beautiful love story set in a lovely, quiet corner of rural England. reflects the hearts of a woman and two men -one of whom she loves. while the other loves her. A great emotional climax is reached when the man she loves comes to 11 realization of his love for her. Their happiness is short-lived, however, as the relentless forces of life tear them apart. Years after. when the girl has resigned herself to a betrothal to the other Man, a kindlier fate intervenes and the loves are reunited. Sidney Franklin, who handled the megaphone on \The Berretta of Wins - pole Street,\ \Smilin\Thru\ and 'Other outstanding film productions, directed - The Dark Angel.\ Other prominent in the supporting cast are Janet Beecher, John Halliday, Henrietta Croswell, Frieda Inescort Claude Allister. George Beakston, David Torrence and Cora Sue Collins. The film is released through United Artists. 4-H CLUB NEWS The willing Workers breakfast met with Mrs. Loge last Saturday. Two new members were enrolled. The club has formerly been known as Lakeview No, 2. Those on the program were Betty Lou Munter, Shirley Johnson, Sonny Loge, Marion Graves and Alice Waren. Refreshments were served Next meeting will be with Alice Mal- gren May 27. SCHOOLS CLOSING FOR SUMMER VACATION (Continued From Page One) O'Leary, Harold Lowman; Dorothy Johnson, Marian Warner; Frank Hoke, Mr. Rowe; Avis Hamilton, Mrs. Ede; Ardean Harried, Gordon Wilson; Betty Wallace, Mary Fierce and Harry Chap- man. C. E. Gaylord. A violin solo, \Traumere1\ was played by Rums Crecelius and a reading given by Betty Wallace. Dorothy Calta and Ann Erickson sang a duet number and \Modern Mother Goose\ was read by Mabel Harris. Grace Larson, president of the senior class, made the Presenta- tion of the class key to the president of the junior class, Wallace Holt. and the finals curti%i was rung down with the entire class singing their class song. written by Hildur Reksten, and accom- panied by the orchestra. POLSON LODGE NO. 78, A. F. & A. M. Regular meetings second, fourth and fifth Wednesdays, Sojourning breth- ren always welcome. I. E. WHITE, W. M. 26U N. A. PALMER, Secretary. R. A. McDonell DESIGNER AND BUILDER Of Comfortable Homes P. 0. Box 533 or Phone 51. 5 . DR. E. W. LODMELL DENTIST BROCKMAN BUILDING, POLSON Phone 103 Hours: 9:00 to 12:00 and 1:00 to 5:00 Evenings by Appointment • DR. A. E. OSTROOT OPTOMETRIST Comfortable, Efficient Vision 205-207 Montana Bldg., Missoula. • A. B. Levisee Secretary -Treasurer of The Lake County Benefit Society Agents for Homeland Ins. Co. of America Announcing.... COMPLETE LINE BARBARA GOULD COSMETICS Almost all beauty -destroyers in your complexion can be traced to too - dry or too -oily skin. Barbara Gould has perfected normalizing treatments for dry and oily skins that correct them by striking at basic causes. Eddie's Drug Company 5. 1 . c.AF EWAy ‘or STORES Poison and Ronan FRI., SAT., MON., MAY 22, 23 and 25 CANNED FOOD SALE PEACIIES`Cri,i'VANZ 2 cans 35c 12 CANSSI05 CASE, 24 Cans $3.98 PEARS,' ,i l irg BB e Y N ' o S . F2A:1etteYns 2 C 4rC IS 6 cans 1.15 APRICOTS ' FAN' Y 6 cans 1.29 Large, 2 1 / 2 . 2 for 45c GRAPEFRUIT t: 1 2 S C I A i N \ 12 cans1.39 No110 Fruit P AUTO, S il ' IM S Each 49 c BLACKBERRIES - Peas, Corn, String Beans, Tomatoes, Kraut, Hominy No, 2 Cans 5 Cans . . .49c Case of 24 Cans $2.35 MOTHER'S i'AE1 MET COCOA, 2 lbs.. 19c Baking Powder 23c Zee Tissue, 6 rolls 29c Vanilla, 8 ounces 29c Edwards Dependable Coffee, 4 lbs.. 89c REX Flour 49 pounds . . .$1.98 98 pounds . . .$3.89 I CHEESE I Pork and Beans Poundl9c Pound Ca \ 4 cans 25c FREE! I Box Pep Bran Flakes With boxesD V Corna t ' a d lc c :: 30c (VALUE 45e) COOKIES, pound 20c MARSHMALLOWS, lb 15c Lard, 8 lbs.. .$1 19 Bacon, pound .29c Amur

The Flathead Courier (Polson, Mont.), 21 May 1936, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/sn86075296/1936-05-21/ed-1/seq-8/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.