The Flathead Courier (Polson, Mont.) 1910-current, June 11, 1936, Image 3

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nday, Jaw II, 1938. THE FLATHEAD COURIER, Poison, Montana ?AGE THREE Big Arm News Mr. Anderson and friend were up to Dig Arm one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tabor accompan- ied Miss Halfdahl, of Pablo, east of the mountains on Friday. Mrs Black of Dayton came over to stay with the Tabor children during the parents absence. Jim Rude and sisters were in Poison one day last week. Mrs. Warren and Mrs. Ross were in Poison Saturday. Mrs. Ed Tabor and father were in Poison Saturday. Mr. Warren had the misfortune to cut nearly half of the front finger off his left hand Sunday. They rushed him to the doctor and it is doing as well as can be expected. L. W. Barr is still in the house and does not gain very fast. Mrs. H. Ross entertained on Thurs- day evening Mr. and Mrs. George Rude, Mrs. J. 0. Rude, Mabel and Alice, Mrs. Warren, Misses Estella and Maggie Baurnert and Edward Tabor. The Dewey camp is getting logs in, and put on more sawyers. Mrs. J. A. Barr, when cleaning out a motor boat, slipped, fell and nearly broke her left wrist. 0. A. Knox has been having some men help him fix his little cabin in town as Judge Bailey is to move in. Sylvester and Mrs. Golden Bibee were In town one day. Jim Bibee was down to Mr. Walkers on Wednesday. Chas. Wishart was in town on Satur- day evening. Harry Ross was called to Kalispell on Thursday on a truck job. J. W. Walker from east shore was in Big Arm one day last week. Rollins News Mrs-Geo. Frazier was a Kalispell shopper last Thursday. Harris Weaver and mother were Kal- ispell callers one day last week. Mrs. G. C. Willey spent several days in Kalispell last week. The Rollins Woman's club met with Mesdames Bostic and Reynolds Thurs- day afternoon with 19 ladies present. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be Thursday, July 9, with Mrs. Robertson and Mrs. Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Uhde were Poison callers one day last week. Ed Ekman injured his foot quite bad- ly last week. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Robertson were business callers in Kalispell Fri- day. Mrs. L. Bates accompanied them. William Wright of Spokane was here Thursday calling on old friends. Mr. Wright was formerly of Rollins. • Mrs. Lynn Ekinan and Moroea were Kalispell shoppers one day last week. Mrs. Nellie Tiffany is visiting her daughter, Mrs. M. McAlear and family of near Poison. Vern Colitis of the CCC camp of Thompson Falls spent the week end with home folks. Merril McAlear of Poison was a caller here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bostic of Kalis- pell were callers here Thursday. Mrs. Will Jackson of Portland was calling on old friends here one day last week. M. J. Brummer who is employed in the park spent the week end here with relatives. Miss Margaret Nevins of Poison was a caller here Sunday. Those from here who attended a dance at the Elks Saturday night report a splendid time. A. J. Brower of Poison was a caller here Sunday. The community was saddened Sunday when they learned of the death of one of Rollins pioneer settlers, R. J. Daley. which occured at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Leslie Fm of Kalispell. Mr. Daley has been in poor health for some time. The community extends sympathy to the bereaved family. Lee Holderman of Poison WAS a caller here Monday Henry Cruttenton of Kalispell spent the week end at the F. S. Odle home. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Daley and girls were business callers in Kalispell Mon- day. Pablo Community Ralph Thompson of Salmon, ladho, is visiting at the U. R. Dietrich home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mayer and fam- ily were Sunday dinner guests at. the 0. W. Carson home at St. Ignatius. Kathleen Bownefs of Anaconda, who Is a guest at the Guyette home. spent the week end in Whitefish. George Buckhouse of St. Ignatiu.s was a Pablo visitor Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Dietrich and Mrs Vandegrift went to Butte Friday to be present at the graduation exercises 01 their son. Bob, who graduates from the School of Mines. B. F. Arness of Perma was a guest at the Guyette home Thursday. The Home Makers club met at the All Kinds of New White Shoes $1.98d Holding's Club house June llsh with Mrs. M. E. Carlyle hostess. The T. N. Sewing Circle met at the home of Mrs. Clarence Sandell Friday afternoon. Mrs. Hans Nelson and Mrs. A. Hansen received the birthday gift for this month. Irene Hafdahl spent the week end at Glacier Park. Nellie Schauf of Bozeman and Jane Jackhart of Butte visited Mercedes Guyette Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Harris and child- ren of Poison called at the C. Sanden home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sanden spent Friday evening visiting at the Harold Beck home in . Charlo. John Anderson of Jordon, Mont., spent the week end visiting at the T. P. Hafdahl home. J. 'W. Part made a business trip to Perma Monday. Nels Sanden, Hans Sanden and Frank Van Eck Hout visited at the John San - den home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fisher of Glasgow called at the Ouyette home Saturday. The Lake County Townsend Central Committee met with J. C. Elie Sunday. Moiese News Mr. and Mrs. James Harrington left Friday morning for Dillon to visit with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Frank George and son of Bynum arrived in the valley Thurs- day night to visit their daughter and sister, Mrs. Arlen Howell. Mrs. Wesley George and two sons came Rs far as Charlo to visit Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bingham, Mrs. George's parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Mortensen and Edwin Hansen were business visitors in Ronan Monday. Clarence Hendricksen arrived home Wednesday from Fort Peck. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bingham were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Howell. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Francis and daughter, Gladys and Ralph Hough were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Ross of Poison. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Spencer were busi- nes visitors in Missoula, Wednesday. Miss Marguerite Bend was called to Ronan Thursday on a nursing case. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jones were LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE, BIDS WANTED Sealed bids wanted on fifty rick fur and tamarack wood, split and quarter- ed, delivered at Valley View schoolhouse by July 1st. Board reserves right to re- ject any or all bids. Bids will be re- ceived up to Saturday. June 20th. six o'clock P. M. RALPH GIPE, Clerk School District No. 35. (Publish June 11, 1936) NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Leslie R. Tower, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned, the Administrator of the estate of Leslie R.. Tower deceased, to the. creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to ex- hibit them, with the necessary vouchers within four months after the first pub- lication of this notice to the said .Ad- ministrator at his residence near Poi- son in the County of Lake, State of Montana, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate. RALPH R. TOWER, Adminis- trator of the Estate of Said De- ceased. Dated at Poison, Mont., this 8th day of June, 1936. W. J. BURKE, Attorney for Petitioner. (Publish June 11, 18, 25, July 2) NOTICE OF HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That a hearing will be held on the adandon- ment of that portion of the old county highway commencing at the SW corner of the SE'..NW 1 / 4 of Section 280T.22 N., R. 21 W. M. M.; thence Nocili 640 feet; thence in a Northwesterly direction as follows; 2000 feet more or less to the West line of Section 28; thence across the NE corner of Sec. 29 and into Sec- tion 20, a distance of approximately 1700 feet; thence in a Southwesterly direction 2600 feet more or less to the NE corner of NW\ 5 of Section 29; the same being a section of the old Buffalo Ferry road. Said hearing will be held in the Com- missioners' room in the Court House in the City of Poison, on the 7th day Of July, 1936, at 2:00 o'clock P. M. at which time and place any person interested may appear and be heard for or against granting the prayer of the petitioners. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS By 0. H. PELTIER, Clerk of the Board (Publish June 18 and 25, 1936) CALL FOR BIDS The Board of Trustees of School District No. 23 will receive bids for business visitors in Ronan Wednesday. transportation of school children on the E. DeOoller was a caller at the Fran- following routes: cis home Friday eevning. Turtle Lake, East Shore, Dayton, and Mrs. L. V. Bond and son, Norman Valley View routes will be considered were business visitors in Missoula on for three year contracts providing for factory made steel body with shatter Tuesday. proof glass equipment. Other satis- Francis McCauley from Arlee was factory and approved equipment will be visiting Kathern Johnson several days considered on a one year contract. last week. Mr. Lyons and Earl Schoonover were business visitors in Ronan Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Howell and son Reed were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cur- tis Papenfuss of St. Ignatius Wednes- day. Mrs. Harry Dillard and little daugh- ter were Charlo visitors Sunday. The North Moiese Women's club held their meeting at the home of Mrs. Le- Roy Johnson Thursday. The next meet- ing will be held at the home of Mrs. Kohn June 18th. The Thimble club met at the home of Mrs. Harold Fowler Wednesday. 11 members were present. A very nice time is reported. Ralph Burrell was a business visitor in Ronan Saturday. David Mortensen was ness visitor Monday. specir Wesi Side. Big 'Hill south of Poison and Dam Site routes will be considered on one year basis only, Specify equip- ment. The routing of all the above will be the same as last year, excepting that the right is reserved to extend the total length not to exceed two miles. Further particulars as to routing can be secured from the Clerk. Bids will be opened at the High School building in Poison. July 10th. 1936. at 8:00 o'clock P.M. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. R. B. DAVIDSON. District Clerk. (Publish June 11-18) NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That in pursuance of an order of the District a Poison buai- Court of the Second Judicial District of the State of Montana, made on the 1st day of June. 1936, in the matter of the estate of THOMAS LOWNEY. deceased. the undersigned administrator of the estate of laid deceased will sell at priv- ate see' t5 the highest bidder for cash on or after the 20th day of June. 1936. the following described real and per- sonal property belonging to the said Proctor Items The Proctor 4-H Club held a meeting at the Roy Tonkinson home May 28th. AU members and leaders were present but Annette Walker, who was working at Camp Tot! it. Lake Ronan, and was unable to attend. A very pleasant time was enjoyed by all, and plans were made for a club picnic to be held June 11th. Visitors present were Miss Ger- trude Bly and Miss Mildred Proctor. Mrs. R. L. Walker and sons. Thomas and Leon. and Mrs. S. H. Thomas were shopping in Kalispell Thursday. Miss Edith Jensen, who has been visiting at the Charles Welsh home left last week for Missoula where she will visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Guinn left Friday for Fort Peck where Mr. Guinn will work this summer. A. J. Brower and Mrs. Margaret Nevins of Poison were campaigning in this neighborhood Sunday. Urban Savall is having his home re- modeled and is having a number of im- provements put in. We know at least a dozen men, right here in Poison, who can solve the prob- lem of the universe faster than you can put the propositions before them. !OLSON LODGE NO. 78. A. P. a A. AL Regular meetings second, fourth and fifth Wednesdays, Sojourning breth- ren always welcome. I E. WHITE, W. M. 26tf N. A. PALMER, Secretary. ri(r REAL ESTATE Insuranct Loans Surety Bonds See MeALEAR From Poison Way One Round Trip To- EXAMPLE OF LOW FARES 1 111 Seattle -Tacoma Spoli•n• Portland Butte Helens Mingo Round Trip Summer Fares to $ 4.53 $ 8.85 12.43 22.36 10.53 3.17 3.115 8.19 15.65 19.418 7.11 7.16 Chicago San Francisco Minneapolis -St. Paul $ 6 5 5 1 11 . :80 30 0 2 Los Angeles 41.85 These are only • few example fares. There are low fares to all points. Ask your N. P. Agent. C. I. Furry, Agent Poison, Mont. Holifc t)( lift. ljr-( estate, to -wit: The Northeast quarter of the North- east quarter of oection twenty-eight in Township nineteen (19) North of range Twenty (20) West of the Principal Meridian, Montana, containing forty acres of land, and known as Farm Unit \P\ according to the Farm Unit Plat in Lake County, Montana, together with a four -room frame house situated there- on, and also the following personal property. to -wit: 1 harrow, 1 disk, 1 sulky plow, 1 mower, 1 rake, 2 sets of double harness, 1 set of single harness and bed springs Said property being situated In the County of Lake. State of Montana. Bids must be in writing and will be received at 409 Silver Bow Blk., Butte, Montana, or by the Administrator in person. Dated at Butte, Montana, June 1, 1936 PATRICK LOWNEY, Admin- istrator of the Estate of Thomas Lowney, deceased. (Publish June 4, 11, 1936) ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE In the.District Court of the Fourth Judicial District of the State of Mon- tana, in and for the County of Lake. In the Matter of the Estate of Monett Gillette, deceased. Order to Show Cause Why Order of Sale of Real Estate Should not be made. LLOYD I. WALLACE, the adminis- trator of the estate of Monett Gillette, deceased, having filed his petition here- in praying for an order of sale of the Whole of the real estate of said de- cedent, for the purposes therein set forth. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED by the Judge of said Court that -all per- sons interested in the estate of said de- ceased appear before the said Court on Thursday, the 18th day of June, 1936, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the Court Room of said Court, at the Court House in the City of Poi- son, County of Lake, to show cause why an order should not be granted to the said administrator to sell so much of the real estate of the said deceased as shall be necessary. And that a copy of this order be pub- lished at least two successive weeks in the Flathead Courier, a newspaper Printed ahd published in said Lake County. Dated May 28th, 1936. JAMES HARBERT, Clerk of the District Court, Acting In Absence of the Judge. (Publish June 4, 11, 1936) BOND CALL The following bonds of the City ot Poison, Montana, are called for pay- ment July 1st, 1936. at the office of the City Treasurer in Poison, Montana. In- terest shall cease on that date: Series of 1919 Water Bonds, 6%, numbers 8 to 15 inclusive, denomina- tion $1,000.00. Series of 1922 Water Bonds, numbers 4 to 20 inclusive, denomina- tion a1.000-00. Series of 1922 Funding Bonds, 6%, numbers 5 to 31 inclusive, denomination $500.00. FRANK NAPTON,. City Treasurer. (Publish May 28, June 4-11-18) NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Thomas Bowler. deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned, the Executor of the estate of Thomas Bowler deceased, to the creditors of and all 'I , srsons having claims against the said deceased, to ex- hibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first pub- lication of this notice to the said Exec- utor at his home in Moiese in the Coun- ty of Lake, State of Montana, the same being the olace for the transaction of 11.11•=11•1•131 , 0 ! the busbies of said estate. JAMES BOWLER, Executor of the Estate of Said Deceased. I Dated at Poison, Mont., this 19th day I of May, 1936. W. ./. BURKE. Attorney for Petitioner. (May 28 -June 4-11-18) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR TAX DEED NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned will, on the day of Aug., 1936, apply to the County Treas- urer of Lake County, Montana, for a tax deed to the following described proper- ty, to -wit: Lot 5 of Block 15 of the Government Townsite of Elmo, Lake County, Montana. Amount due $6.20. Dated June 2nd, 1938. COLLETTA QUESN EL, Applicant. (publish June 4. 11, 1936) NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Monett Gillette, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned, the Administrator of the estate of Monett Gillette deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to ex- hibit them, with the necessary vouchers within four months after the first pub- lication of this notice to the said Ad- minstrator at the law office of Lloyd I. Wallace at Poison, in the County of Lake. State of Montana, the same beim' the place for the transaction of tilt business of said estate. LLOYD I. WALLACE, Admit:- g ec tra e to as r ed of the Estate of sai(t Dated at Poison, Mont., this 26th day Of May. 1936. LLOYD I, WALLACE, Attorney for Petitioner. Faison, Mont (Pub. May 28, June 4-11-18) A. C. RETZ FUNERAL DIRECTOR - • Ptoae, Office 6. Residence 934 ?OLSON, MONTANA. THANKS for the generous support you have given us! The Furniture Store is a year old today, June 10th. Al - that . time we felt that there was an opening here in Poison for a furniture store, and now, a year later, we want to take this means to thank you for your patronage, and the part that you have taken to make this year success. • \ We are truly amazed at the amount of business that we have done in so short a time, and appreciative of the support you have given Us. THANK YOU! G. B. CAMPBELL, Poison, Mont. SAVE $50 6y buy;ng a ote d&K USED CAR t r \ mYOU R CHEVROLET OW MI SWARM. VANS! Cel the 2 things YOU want most in a used car I) DEPENDABILITY t) UTMOST ECONOMY DEALER 1934 FORD COUPE £500 1932 FORD SEDAN £325 1931 CHEVROLET COUPE £275 1930 FORD COUPE $225 1929 FORD TRUCK £175 1929 CHEVROLET TRUCK 1 1 / 2 Ton £150 1930 CHEVROLET COACH £150 1929 FORD ROADSTER £150 1930 CHEVROLET TRUCK 2 Ton $100 1927 BUICK SEDAN £75 ecord-breaking sales of new CHEVROLETS make these better trade- in values possible. Helmer Motor Co. 5 . 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The Flathead Courier (Polson, Mont.), 11 June 1936, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/sn86075296/1936-06-11/ed-1/seq-3/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.