The Flathead Courier (Polson, Mont.) 1910-current, June 25, 1936, Image 4

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PAGE FOUR THE FLATHEAD COURIER, Moon. Montan& Thursday, June IL 1934 • FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDDENT I hereby announce my candidacy for re-election to the office of County Sup- erintendent of Schools. Your support is earnestly solicited on the basis of my one term of service for you in which I believe that I have proven that I am qualified, efficient and caliable. If re-elected I shall render the same type of service and I know that the ex- perience of the past term will enable me to carry out effectively the educa- tional program which has been started Welcher of Moccasin, are spending the in all the schools of the county. week visiting at the Joe Westfall home. (pot ad.) ETHEL T. TERRY. Mr. and Mrs. Kincaid and children of Hamilton. spent Monday evening in I STATE SENATOR Poison visiting friends. They were en - I wish to announce my candidacy for route to Kila where Mr. Kincaid is ! !State Senator on the Republican ticket. employed in connection with the land I will stand on my record in the department of the Northern Pacific. ! State Legislature and am in favor ot Among those from Poison who spent an old age pension. I will work tor a Sunday at Ronan Lake were Mr. and ! lower price on gasoline, also try to get Mrs. Leonard Graves and family. Mr. 2c from the Sc tak on gasoline to be and Mrs. Clarence Herreid and family. ! • used by the counties to construct feed - Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Scott, Mrs. C. A. ' er roads Belknap. Donna and Paul Laut. Addi- p o i , ad, CARL A. AHLGREEN. son Farrell, Emily Jorgenson. Barton Cramer and Wendall Boettcher. For County Attorney Dr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Marshall and { Believing that my record justifies a family passed through Poison last Fri- second term, I hereby announce my day enroute to their summer holhe on candidacy on the Democratic ticket tor the east lake shore. I reelection as County Attorney a Lake Friends will be glad to learn that Dr. county. P. W. Carlin is able to be up again. at- (Pol. ad) L. D. FRENCH. ter his long illness. Card of Thanks. . 30 1.•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••4 Advertising rates on application. ANNOUNCEMENT - To the Citizens of Lake County: Independent la Politics I sin a candidate for the office ot KRIEGLER A: ALEXANDER. Owners Coenty Conant-mid:1er upon the Demo - W. A. Alexander. Editor cratic ticket. I am seeking the office not for any personal gains for myself. but because I believe that the office ot County Conithissioner is one int the most important offices in Lake County and should be filled with men of prac- tical and successful expl!rience. I have lived in this county twenty years, raised a family of boys and girls. farmed soinev(ilat extensively, traded. among my neighbors and I believe that I have a pretty thorough practical in ton late. Will get • caught up next knowledge of the matters which will week—no kiddin'. come before the Board of County Com- missioners. • If I am elected. I am tied to no pro- paganda and will endeavor to see that all parts of the county are treated Howard Jones is constructing a new equally and give_ the county and its garage at his home on the west bank people as square a deal as I believe my of the river. neighbors would say I have given them. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Brown and fam- I solicit your support. il • of Lewistown. are spending a few P. F. HERE. (Pd. Pol. Ad. Local News Notes Courier 1 --- The Flathead 1Political Official Paper. Lake County POISON. MONTANA Subscription. per year 82.00 c/Innouncements Subscription. six months $1.00 Entered as Second Class Mail Matter May 10, 1910. at the Post Office at Poi- son, Montana. Short on Space County agent news, articles on weed control. 23 years ago, and a few short items left out. Correspondence had to be condensed. Radio and Charlo came •days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown at their home on the east shore. Mr. and Mrs. William Reed and daughter Rose Marie. of Sedalia. Mo., spent the week end here visiting Mrs. Reed's aunt and uncle. Mr. andSrs. 31. M. Scott. Mrs. Nellie Jones of Anaconda arrived here Sunday to visit her nephew. R. H. Wledman and family. Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Hardie and daugh- ter. spent Sunday picnicing and fishing at Hungry Horse. Mr. and Mrs. Don Westfall and Bud Mildred returned Saturday evening from Bozeman where she represented the club at the 4-H conference. Mr. and Mrs. Nils Christensen and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Moerke attended a Townsend meeting at Pablo Thursday evening They report a very good meet - ink, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lowinan and daughter. and their house guests, visited Thursday at Peaces' and enjoyed sup- per. Mr. Lowman inspected sem. 01 the be( s' F.F. A. projects. Mrs Mike Mayer has been ill the past week and spent several days with her motIvr in Poison where she could re- ceive medical attention. She is much Unproved. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Noble arrived Saturday afternoon front Glasgow. In the item last week concerning the birthday gathering at the Langaunet home. the names of Mr. and Mrs. Gipe and Ralph and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kansey and Raymond, should have been included among the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Reed moved to Plains Saturday where Mr. Reed has employment through the summer. The Triplett and Newell families spent Wednesday eevning at Gerlach's, the occasion being Mr. Gerlach's birth- day. Ice cream and cake were enjoy- ed. The 4-H Thimble Club met at the home of their assistant leader. Mrs. Harold Beavers, on Tuesday afternoon. Seven members were present. Their next meeting will be at the Christensen home. Herman Cramer and a couple of his friends from Fairfield, made several. Mr. and Mrs. James Peace visited Fri- ' calls in the valley Sunday. I day evening at Christensen's. There was a well attended Farm ! The Kelley and Medberry families Bureau meeting at the schoolhouse on I and the Newell's spent Sunday evening Friday evening with several outside I at Bert Gerlach's. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ferrell were sup- per guests Sunday evening at L. A. Gipe's. Mr. and Mrs. Chellis Beavers, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Forman spent Friday evening at Harold Beavers. The members of the Builders Club enjoyed a jolly picnic at the golf park Sunday. Nearly all the members were present and the day was spent with eating, swimming, base ball, etc. • Roy Sturm was overcome by the heat Monday afternoon and had to have medical attention.. He is rapidly re- covering from the attack. Mr. and Mrs. Lyder Berg and sons Lyder Jr., and Carl, have been visiting this week at the Gipe home. They are from Dawson. Minn.. and Mr. and Mrs. Berg are old schoolmates of Mrs. Gipe. Mrs. 011ie Gregg and boys have been making an extended visit at the home of Mrs. Gregg's parents at Lone Pine.. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones drove to Camas Prairie Sunday where they vis- ited Viola Jones, For Clerk of Courts The 4-li Builder's Club held their Wi th The Churches I der: 145 .7 ` 43 ,t,:n(11:triccte ToYtunodnidtalfel rice-r 1 ;:r e la rr h n o r e tt c ret a in v g e %t n t i l n l i e Mike Lutheran Church g. with I publican.ticket. I have been a resi- a large attendance. Several new mem- Sunday. June 28, Sunday School at I dent of Lake county for .12 years and bers were voted into the club and plans 10 a. m. Divine worship a t 11 a. m, That I have had five years experience in a law were made for the picnic. a house warm - divine services at Garcon Gulch. Fri- the job and can economically render the several other matters of interest to the brief business meeting of the congrega- respectfully solicited, were enjoyed and lunch was served. Hupmobile Sales & Service day evening at 8 o'clock there will be a ; utmost in efficiency. Your support is club. After the business meeting. games 37 MAIN ST. PHONE 309 tion and the pastor will give a report ; tpai. MARGARET NEVINS in the absence of Mildred Forman, pres- of the church convention. Saturday at • ident of the club. Frank Bolce presided Kalispell, Mont. 10 a.m. there will be confirmation in- Announcement struction. Next Monday Vacation Bible I hereby announce to the voters in school will start. Classes will be con- . Lake county that I am a candidate for ducted only in the mornings from 9 until 12 o'clock. All children are wel- re-election to the office of Assessor on come. the Republican ticket. Pablo Lutheran (Mo. Synod.) ' I have no slogan nor any promises to - We preach a Changeless Christ for make. If re-elected, the office will be a Changing World.\ 10:15 Sunday conducted as in the past under my School. 11:00 English Service. The supervision and in conformity with the Ladies Aid will meet at tire' ifome ot laws and regullitions of our state. Mrs. W. A. Dietrich on Wednesday. Respectfully, July B. at 2 p.m. We invite you to wor- ship with us. John Bundschuh. pastor.. I Pol. Adv. • JOHN H. LAMPE Methodist Church For Clerk and Recorder 0. H. Peltier, republican candidate tor re-election to the office of clerk and recorder. \Efficiency and Economy\— a political gesture—unless supported by • comparative record. Private servants are retained because of efficiency. Why not Public Servants? (Poi Adv.) afternoon at three o'clock there will be, The summer schedule of services in- cludes the morning worship with ser- mon by the pastor, at the hour of 11. The church school meets at ten o'clock with a program of, inapruction and dis- cussion for all age groups. The public cordially welcome. Christian Church Bible school 10 o'clock. Communion services, 11 o'clock every Sunday morn - office. I believe lam competent, I need ing party for Mr. and Mrs. Solomon and office will be my only obligation and my constant effort will be to give ener- getic, prompt and businesslike attention to all of the business of the office. Despite present day tendencies, I still believe that a public officer is a public servant. (Poi ad' R. H. WIEDMAN. Poison. Local News Items Mr. and Mrs: Tom Browne spent last Friday and Saturday at Columbia aFIls. They attended the marriage 01 Mr. Browne's nephew Andrew Murray ot Helena, which took place Saturday incrning at the home of his mother, Mrs. May Murray. Asa Emminger and Clyde Brewer ot Melstone, are spending a few days visit- ing in the Pablo section. Mr. Brewer is a former resident of that section, Oscar Johnson left this week for Plains where he has employment on the highway. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Waugh are spend- ing a two week's vacation visiting rela- tives Si White Surpher Springs. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Critchfield and family plan to leave next week to visit relatives at their former home in Kan- sas City, Mo. They expect to be gone a month and will also visit in Louisberg. Kan., before returning. Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Conway ot Chinook arrived last week to spend the summer at their home on Finley Point. Mr. Conway is superintendent of schools at Chincook. Valley View Items C. L. Sturm and his son Paul Sturm and wife are visiting at the 0. A. Sturm home near Cedar Falls, Iowa. Mr. Sturm is a brother of 0. A. Sturm. The Valley View Woolens club held their regular meeting at the Bailey - Noble home Thursday with twelve members present and several visitors. After the,business meeting and a social hour, the hostesses served a lovely lunch Among the guests were Mrs. Ethel Terry, Mrs. Kemp, Mrs. Homer Bailey, Mrs. Martha Bailey, Elinor Mayers and Florence Jernberg. The Guernsey Association held their regular meeting Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sturm Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Pray and family and Mr. and Mrs. Nils Christen- sen and family spent Saturday even- ing at Hans Nelson's near Pablo. Mrs. Fred Murdick visited Friday af- ternoon with Mrs. A. L. Meek. Mrs. Russell Thompson and son, Bobbie, of Coeur d' Alene have visited several days at the Frank Thompson people present. Lunch was served after the meeting. Don't forget the big pie -1 I inc next Sunday. A family gathering was held at the 0. A. Sturm home Sunday honoring C. L. and Paul Sturm and wife of Cedar Falls. Iowa. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sturm and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Sturm and family of Dayton, Mr. , and Mrs. Max Sturm and Duane ot ' Libby. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Thompson and Mr. and Mrs, George Thompson. HUPMOBILE For Clerk and Recorder Your vote and support respectfully Mg. solicited for W. R. IBM) Hughes, demo- cratic candidate for clerk and recorder. Lake county. \Fair. impartial, courteous service to everyone.\ (Pol. Adv.) 3. L TAULBEE IS CANDIDATE FOR I OFFICE OF SHERIFF, LAKE CO. If Social Affairs The thirteenth birthday anniversary of Betty Louis Hamman was the occas- ion for a pleasing children's party given for her by her mother. Mrs. F. 'N. Ham- , man, last Wednesday afternoon at the, Hammen home. The afternoon Was spent playing games and at at four o'clock a dainty refreshment menu was served. Those celebrating the occasion with the honor guest were Charline ; Mullen. Ruby Brown. Eileen Culligan. Hazel DuPere. Dorothy Hewitt. Carrie Brown, Elverda Loge, Pearl Brown,, Betty Munter. Mrs. Betty Wheeler,, Bonnie Mae Hammon and Nancy Symms of Ekalaka. A pleasing affair of the week's social activities was the 1:30 o'clock luncheon given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. H. S. Hanson and Mrs. H. E. Rakeman, at the home of the former. Prettily ar- ranged bouquets of red roses formed the! centerpieces for the small tables at which covers were placed for 25 guests I 4 , - and the hostesses. Contract was en- I joyed during the later afternoon. DICK POWELL IS NOW LEARNING TAPDANCING WHILE ON SET ) Not satisfied with his present accom- plishments, Dick Powell. the singing; actor, is taking lessons in tap dancing. I His instructors, he has two, are fellow members of the cast of Warner Broth- ers musical comedy \Colleen which' - icomes to the Liberty Theatre on Sun- / day. They are Ruby Keeler and Paul Draper, the last named, the famous Broadway dancer imported to Holly- I wood for his screen debut in the eta- i borate production. When Dick was not working in a ; vcene he could invariably be found off i stage with either Draper or Miss Keelerl or both, endeavoring to master an tn- 'ricate step. Dick says he has no intentions of ever demonstrating his terpsichoran talents before the cameras. He's learning to dance \for his own amusement,\ he de- clares. \Colleen\ Ls a smashing cofnedy with music and lyrics by Harry Warren and Al Dubin. Besides Powell the cast in- cludes Ruby Keeler. Jack Oakie, Joan Biondell, Hugh Herbert, Louise Fa - seeds and Paul Draper. I hereby announce myself Flz, a can- I , didate for se -election to the office of , Sheriff, subject to the will of the Dem- ocratic voters. at the primaries, July 21. Also, at this time I want to express , my appreciation for past favors and re- spectfully solicit a continuance of your i support. Yours truly. J. L. TAULBEE I tPol. Adv.) Foe County Attorney I have filed my petition for the nom- ination as County Attorney of Lake County on the Republican ticket and, solicit the support of the electorate upon my long experience as an active practicing attorney. I was born and , raised in Montana and received my legal education at Stanford University and the University of Montana. At various times, including the time I was. ; deputy County Attorney of Flathead, county, when it included portions ot ' Lake county, it has been my privilege I to advise and represent various county I i officers and school boards and I am , I pleased to refer to any of them as to my ability and willingness to perform my duties. It nominated and elected, my oath of 6' cylinder, 101 H. P., nickle alloy engine block; Timken self-adjust- ing bearings, silent transmission, cruising gears, hydraulic brakes, radio, heater. safety glass, styling by Edgelow. 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