The Flathead Courier (Polson, Mont.) 1910-current, August 20, 1936, Image 2

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PAGE TWO TOE FLATWEAD C011111.11111. Pobart. alleniana Tiarbiay, Await N. 1101 - Rollins Rollins News • The highway between Rollins and. Poison is being oiled and repaired by a slumber of men. This undoubtedly will insure splendid driving conditions fod this fall and winter. Miss Esther Willey returned home, from the Kalispell Oeneral Hospital: Wednesday afternoon where she spent; twelve days recuperating from an op- eration. Mrs. Pearl Collins and children went, to Poison the first of last week. Marion Willey of Kalispell was a call- t er here Thursday evening. Fred Uhde was a Poison caller one day last week. Joseph Zelezny of Lone Pine, had spent some time here looking after his property. - - Mr. and Mrs. George Parsons were Kalispell shoppers Wednesday of last week. Mrs. Elge• Sager and children were Kalispell shoppers Friday. Albert Collins was a Poison caller one day last week. Dr. Little is having some remodeling done on his home here. Otto Mule and Lynn Hoover are doing the carpenter work. Mis Nellie Tiffany Who was awarded :the janitor work for the ensuing year commenced cleaning the school house Monday. Vern Collins returned to the CCC near Thompson Falls last Wednesday after a live days furlough. Eugene Tiffany who has been em- ployed near Poison returned home Sat- urday for a few . days. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Clatterbuck and Ted were Kalispell shoppers Wednes- day. Mrs. Lawrence Once was a Kalispell shopper one day last week. The old settlers picnic which was held at Camp Tuffit, Lake finnan was well attended by people from here. From all reports all present had a very enjoyable day. Some of the younger folks from here attended a dance at Big Fork Satur- day night. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ekman motored to Kalispell Monday and spent the day. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Ulrich were Kal- ispell shoppers Saturday. The Joseph Rorvick family moved to Lakeside last week where they recently purchased property. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mahance went to Kalispell Sunday morning to make the acquaintance of their new granddaugh- ter who arrived at the Kalispell General hospital last Monday. Chas. Rogers, who is employed near Marian spent the week end with home folks. Some of those who attended the show In Kalispell Sunday and Monday night were from here. Freeman Sager of Nebraska. visited Monday night at his brother, Leonard Sager's home. Charles Robinson and Harris Weaver left for Kalispell Monday where they will be employed. -E. A small tire on the east side of the Epworth league grounds , caused con- siderable exictement Friday. It was extinguished with but small damage to the timber. Harry Dwell° and A. E. Htulbutt were callers here Friday enroute home to Dayton after attendeding to business in Kalispell. Kenneth and Kendall Sager left Thursday for Bremerton. Wash. While in Omaha the boys purchased a new car and are driving through with it. They are twin sons of Claud Sager. Joseph Ronak and family have moved to Lakeside. M. J. Brummer drove down from Glacier Park Thursday. He returned to work Friday. Glen Daley was • business caller in Kalispell Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Murray spent Thursday and Friday in Kalispell. ▪ Repair work on sections of the high- way has ben under a ay for several days. Attorney E. M. Childs of Kalispell is at his summer home here this week. Mrs. Otto Uhde and Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Uhde and son, Richard, were Day- ton callers Monday. Mrs. Florence Fauernichts sister, her and two children ar- rived last week from Minneapolis. James Shafer, Jr., came up from Day- I ton in their launch Sunday. Eva Sager, Mrs. Bill Livingston and Mrs. Charles Rogers were Kalispell vis- itors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Daley were attend- ! mg to busines in the Flathead county; seat Tuesday. Dr. W. S. Little is having his water; system extended to include the house near the dock and is also haying the In - tenor of his large garage remodeled. Eugene Tiffany came up from the. Valley below Poison Saturday. He has been employed there the past two weeks.. Arnold Sager came down from Kal- ispell last week end and will be here several days before returning to work.' Clyde Walker and wife were recent callers in Missoula. Mr. Walker is an expert bridge worker and may secure! sonic employment In this line near the! Garden City. Walter Detrick of Pablo stopped here, Sunday on his way to the east side! of Glacier Park where he is eniploYed. I Mrs. Peter Rorvik. when crossing the highway to get her mail, was strucks by a car and knocked down. Fortunate- ly her injuries are not considered ser, ions. Eugene Zelezny is expected here in a; few days and will take back his stock! to Lone Pine. Mrs. Carrie Berry visited friends In Kalispell several days last week. A large number of local residents at- t tended the old timers picnic at Lake RoDnan Sunday. Harold L. Odle received by mail Tues- day a specimen of pegmatite from Laws, Calif. Mr. Odle has a splendid collec- tion and adds to it at every oppotunity.I James Mahoney and Bill Livingston returned from Proctor Monday after, finishing their log sawing contract. 0. D. Strong, editor of the New West! Trade at Spokane, spent Tuesday morn- ing here. 1 Mr. and Mrs. John Griffin motored down from Kalispell Tuesday. 1 Harris Weaver and Charles Robinson, are employed near Kalispell in woodt work. Local yield of sweet corn is much bet- ter than expected and the surplus is marketed chiefly in Somers and Kalis- pell. Haute Sagen left the first of the week on a are fighting call. -v. Spring Valley Mr. and Mrs. Wigfield and Joan have been visiting at Harlowtown with rela- tives and friends for the past ten days. A friend of Lilly Nelson's is here visit- ing her from Kalispell at present. John Gottleib motored to Poison for her Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Holverson and Georgie were dinner guests Sunday at the N. A. Palmer home in Poison. Mrs. B. Gottlieb and Mrs. G. Halver- son and Georgie were callers at the Gipe home in Valley View Friday af- ternoon. The threshers are busy threshing at the Snider home at the preesnt time. Mr. lift! Mrs. Williams visited rela- Hot Springs Sunday. Gracie Seines of Round Butte spent several days last week visiting at the Williams home. Evelyn Williams is employed at Hot Springs at present. We have been informed that Mr. and Mrs. Burton have purchased the Mc- Bride place west of Ronan. • 4. Sanding Machine For Rent Easy to Operate Perfect Finish Assured Reasonable Rates The Dewey Lumber Home Builders Everything in the Build- ing Line • Henry Snyder of Fort Peck has been visiting at. the home of his parent.s. Mr and Mrs. Melvin Snyder. Winifred Wiebke and A. L. Fryber- ger left Monday for Baker. to spend a few days on business. Mrs. 0. Aired left last week for Idaho where she will visit relatives. Mrs. R. Stewart and family, Mrs. Har- rison Bennett and family of Philadel- phia, Pa., are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hickman. Phillip Wamsley of Misoula was a week end visitor at his home here. Floyd Weston of Ft. Peck LS home visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. P. Soreson and family of Ronan were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Sorenson's mother, Mrs. B. Haegg. Jim Wamsley left for Cut Bank after spending the week end at his home here. George Wamsley and Venna Harrocks accompanied him back. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Poindexter and daughter. Dorothy. of Anaconda is spending the week as guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Staffanson. Miss Betty Spooner of Missoula re- turned to her home Saturday after visiting at the H. M. McNees home. Garold Larsen returned Friday from Ft. Peck where he has been employed. Mrs. Howattson of Misoula is visit- ing her daughter, Mrs. Lynn Cooper. Don Harrah left for Kalispell Tuesday for a few days business trip. Miss Mary Porter of Poison spent the week end at her home here. Miss Annabelle McGeorge of Poison was a week end guest of her sister, Mrs. W. Adamson. B. Benson is visiting at the home of his sister, Mrs. Charles Mee. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sanford and Dick Mast are spending a time in the moun- tains. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. McCormick from Pocatello, Idaho, are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Richardson. A. A. McCune and Mrs. S. A. McCune spent Wednesday at Cut Bank. A. C. Taylor of Anaconda is visiting at the home of his sister, Mrs. J. P. Staff anson. Mrs. Floyd Watson and baby son left for their home Wednesday from the Kaiser home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose 91 Eklaka are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rose. Mr. and Mrs. D. Dellwo and daughter, Genevieve, were Missoula visitors Tues- day. Mrs. A. N. McDaniels and the Happy Girl Club spent Tuesday in Poison. Mrs. P. 0. Larsen celebrated her birthday Sunday at dinner for Mr. W. Short and family. Frank Ballard and A. N. MacDaniels were Missoula visitors Tuesday. Mrs. J. D. Harrah and Mr. and Mrs. Ch arlo Items S a l ll t urd Cl a il y lleril were Hot Springs visitors t Mrs. F Ballard was a patient in. the St. Patrick hospital in Missoula. She re- turned home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Burbank, Mr. and ; Mrs, H McNees were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. P. 0. Larsen. Dick Wolfe of Great Falls was a visitor at the R. .1. Christian home. Moiese News ! Mr. and Mrs. Everett Parish are the! proud parentse of a nine pound girl. ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wyer of Sidney.; Mont.. t., are guests of Mr. and Mrs M W ic Mrs. James Herrington and Mrs. Allie r Wilniet were visitors at St. Ignatius! Monday. Miss Venetta Howell had her tonsils removed at St. Ignatius Monday. Arlen Howell and David Morten.sen were business visitors in St. Ignatius Tuesday. Mrs. W. F. Walker of Portland, Ore., visited her mother, Mrs. W. S. Staler for several days last week. The North Moiese Woman's Club met at the home of Mrs. W. S. Miner on Thursday. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Thos. Patelizick on Adgust 77th. Mrs. Vernon Armstrong of Missoula was visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Kohn Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jensen and Alta Stott of Bynum visited at the home of Mrs. Clinton Mortensen Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Lilinquist and Mrs. Melt Sumers of Salt Lake City, are visiting friends in the valley and at I Chart°. Proctor Items Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller left Monday for their home in Wisconsin after spending several weeks visiting at the home of their daughter. Mrs. Mildred Savall. Bill Hawkins of Portland is spending a few days in Dayton and Proctor visit- ing relatives and friends. The Rogers threshing outfit started work this week and will finish up the harvesting in this community in a very few days if good weather continues. Mrs. Marshmier and daughter, Louise, and family were Sunday visitors at the Austin Thomas home. A number of relatives from Kalispell were Sunday dinner guests at the J. O'Boyle home. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Melton of Miles City were Sunday visitors at. Lake Ro- nan. Miss Mildred Felon spent several days in this community visiting and pre- paring for the opening of the local! school of which she will be teacher • DANCE North Crow Creek Women's Club at North Crow Creek Club House SATURDAY, AUGUST 22 Tickets 75c Lunch, 2 for 25c TWO DOOR PRIZES REGATTA and WATER CARNIVAL Labor Day Celebration SUNDAY, MONDAY, SEPT. 6-7, 1936 r Kalispell, Mont., State Elks' Camp Boat Races of All Kinds, Fancy Diving, Log Rolling, Surf Board -Riding, Free Board Exhibition, Swimming Races, Bathing Beauty Contest and Many Other Features Sponsored by the KALISPELL AMMAICIAN LTAION POST, No. 7 Sanctioned by MONTANA BOAT RACING ASSOCIATION On U. S. Highway No. 93, 14 Miles South of Kalispell Ample Parking Space Greatest Event of its Kind Ever Held in Montana or Advertisers are Boosters -Always! \Stop-and-u• o PV eats up gas unless your gas is built for it JUST as your car needs 3 shifts of gears, your gasoline needs 3 kinds of power! One power for quick starts for fast pickup and hill climb- ing ... one for steady running! Super -Shell is the first gasoline with these 3 powers perfectly balanced! Fill your tank with it todayl. SUPER -SHELL Saves on stop -and -go driving Financial Report of School Districts of Lake Couuty School Year Ending July 1, 1936 RECEIPTS DISBURSEMENTS 1 8 g Haute of Distiiet I i f ii -I- 5 1 ..v 3 i 4 i 8 .5 . , g . - 6 . A , a 1 az: _ , 1 1 i „tis ...4 ,. s . co ....4 . 3 ..1 41 _ t cl__, Xnd. Tuition and Reed from Trans- fer Tax deed Land Other Sources 1 i < v , i '... a ti I I 1 i 7 1, '8 s ! i 2 ga• ..-1 40 .... ill ... Ai - 4 Ili F IXed Charges Capital Out - ay uldatIon of ts and [Mere raid 2 gi ti - 2 ... .F1 1.052.58 1,430.30 14:/11.45.. , 11161.56 71.299.72 1351.13 2,138.04 425.65 634.56 437.99 566.24 1,623.65 518.14 393.55 51139 215.31 5,310.11 13 468.56 Moiese 19 igth 22 23 Poison, Milententary 24 Proctor 28 C0030lidated, We. 32 Ferndale 15 Valley View. 18 Dayton 11 Rollins 12 Loon Lake 16 Sunny Slope io Green Mountain i5 Reservoir Valley 15 Big Arm 37 Garcon Gulch - 13 Swan Lake la Poison High School__ as Consol. High School $ 72537 1,241.00 7,51536 642.33 34.00810 1,298.40 '' 228.59 551.87 421.25 244.62 923.23 518.79 78.72 366.97 614.17 1,111.70 1,757.47 i 271.27 154.13 1178.68 228.12 18,650.10 160.30 413.08 184.96 332.93 98.65 321.95 80.15 283.61 87.82 141.80 16030 , I 8 , i 55118 3,916.53 630.76 192.12 11648 183.37 381.14 i 405.7'7 149.75 5,034.93 221.65 18,120.77 218.32 401.35 179.71 323.48 95.86 349.31 126.23 275.55 9435 134.73 1 24.391 $ 1323.56 35852 11.540.54 1,021.36 44,675.74 1.95'7.80 1,917.'77 625.94 726.33 346.95 729.39 1,356.58 850.49 908.26 Mal 1,458.51 17,492.07 36,419.00 .31 944.94 86,988.23 28.46 . 98,968.63 74.09 358.31 54.01 17.34 91.13 108.60 33.17 .32 123.30 120.17 14.18 1.822.54 5,572.05 3,178.56 2.848.34 118,25'734 2,139.92 222,340.47 3,708.91 4,176.77 1.273.21 2,582.71 1,251.96 1,863.87 2,51836 1.928.76 1,028.93 1,456.28 2,491.07 20,609.68 44,12166 _ _ . 43.95 23/5 190932 2007 4,196.60 73.80 34.70 29.00 I 84.30 15.00 I 24.30 30.40 30.00 38.40 583.50 527.42 1,87100 850.477 9,570.00 907.00 31,336.55 812.00 1,350.00 630.09 1.351.00 624.00 745.00 654.40 726.00 499.00 830.00 1,496.00 8.05510 18,989.00 53.08 67.77 1,1112.23 101.62 2,526.41 8730 44.79 62.08 18.19 17.69 59.62 73.28 4.55 18.29 . 118.14 ; 85031 I 946.79 I 200.48 71.30 2322.04 429.37 9.29233 479.56 330.54 80.55 284.26 48.28• 124.33 139.31 E70.21 21.48 13630 366.73 1,9/4.89 3904.96 30.00 29634 5,914.01 47.00 22328.19 99.00 2128 12.43 94.00 12.00 16.23 130.00 16,42 2,522.61 4 .0'7 129.49 11431 1,90161 1.30 4,714.30 206.12 18.00 42.50 240.40 5038 84.00 3.10 180.07 1,313.26 1063,21 17,642.38 76.646.37 331.42 109.00 107.25 366.84 2,135.98 1,411.04 101,538.49 1,508.36 151,040.75 1,757.78 2,03173 847.58 1.958.15 813.97 1,097.63 889.71 1,410.62 635.38 944.59 2,215.76 1539957 30 661.10 ETHEL T. TERRY, County Superintendent of Schools of Lake County, Montana, August 12, 1936.

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