The Flathead Courier (Polson, Mont.) 1910-current, August 27, 1936, Image 2

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FACIE TWO THE FLATHEAD COMM, Pobow Montana ThwMa7, dillesit s.UK • For REAL ESTATE Ilistiranee I.OdiIS Stingy Bonds SI.4.. McALEAR In the New Building • Hamilton's Market EAST SHORE Fresh Vegetables Home Canned Fruit Dressed Chickens Milk Cream Butter Bread Eggs Groceries Candy Gum Tobacco lee Cold Pop and Coca Cola • • Forbes' Electric... Any kind of Electrical Wiring or Contracting Appliance Repairing ' — • We have a complete line Of Electrical Merchandise and Appliances • • • Moved -- To the McAlear Bad !ding Next to McIntire Clothing Store I e xtend a hearty imitation to friends, both old and new to ei,it me in the new location Dr. F. W. Haight CHIROPRACTOR Hours: IC to 12, 2 to 5. '7(0 8 ev- enings except Wed. and Saturday, McAlear Bldg. Phone 126. Pelson .Ammmmm h , 1 LIBERTY • Friday - Saturday August 28-29 Double Feature Program \Professional. Soldier\ Victor McLaglen and Freddie Ratholornew \Voice of Bugle Ann\ Lionel Barrymore Maurein O'Sullivan UNIVERSAL NEWS Sunday - Monday August 30-31 • \Trail Cf Lonesome Pine\ with Sylvia Sidney - Henry Fonda The Beautiful Out Door Picture All in Natural Color COMEDY—NEWS 411. 4.104411. Tues., - Wed., - Thurs. September 1-2-3 \The Country Doctor\ FEATURING THE DIONNE QUINTUPLETS With Slim Summerville - Jean Hersholt I 11 4 Courier Letter Box 1 ter his sheep Saturday. He took a part 1 of them to pasture at Somers the same day. W. P. A. workers have cut and piled the brush on a new one-half mile ot county road on Big Lodge Flats Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ledgerwood and Earl Ledgerwood of Valley View, Wil- liam Bull of Lakeside. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sager and Freeman Sager at- tended church services at the Otto Uhde home Sunday. M. J. Brunner was home from Lake McDonald over the week end. Mrs. Anna Sager had as guests Sat- urday her son. Marion Sager, and his wife. Wilfred Sager was hauling hay from Proctor Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stipes and daugh- ter. Esther, of Moiese, were callers here, tieing enroute to Kalispell to visit rela- tives Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Odle and Harold Odle and Buster Reynolds were county seat callers on Wednesday last. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Sager and Mrs. Otto C. Uhde motored to Kalispell on Thursday. Deputy Sheriff Charles Buell was a caller here Wednesday. Freeman Sager was a guest at the. Lynn Hoover home the middle of last week. They were Kalispell visitors on Friday. Fred Sager brought his wife and in- fant daughter down from Kalispell on Wednesday. G. H. Murray was a business caller in Somers Friday. An electrician visited the League grounds Saturday evening and connect- ed the Mountain States electric line onto the private line and they are the first to receive electricity through the Rollins Townsite branch line. Rev. and Mrs. Groeneveld, Mrs. Bur- gess and Robert Blake motored down from their summer homes on Table Bay Friday. Mary Uhde returned from a two day's visit in Poison Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blachly of Kal- ispell visited at the Joe Zelezny home ats Painted Rocks the past week. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Uhde and Carol spent Thursday afternoon in Poison. Eugene Tiffany. Moroea Ekman, Farmer -Labor Party Meets I am instructed by - the Lake County Farmer -Labor party to inform the news- papers of the county relative to our county convention held in the North Crow Creek community hall last night, at which time we proceeded to organize and outline plans for the future of our party. A good sized crowd attended the call, issued by Carl Ahlgreen, temporary chairman appointed by LaVerne Ham- ilten, state chairman of the Farmer - Labor party of Montana. Quite a num- ber of communities of the county were represented. members appearing from the various precincts. Organized labor, organized farmers and others who are not affiliated with any particular organ- ization were present. 'Mr. Ahlgreen opened the meeting and acted as chairman while the party pro- ceeded to elect officers and delegates. The results of the election were as fol- lows: Permanent chairwoman, Grace West, Ronan. Permanent secretary, Guy H. Rader, Poison. Delegates: iward P. Leonard, Poi- son; Pete Cornelius Round Butte; Al- ternates: Mrs. Mary S. Barr. Charlo, and C. H. Smith, Poison. The delegates were elected to attend the state convention of the Farmer - Labor party to be held in Helena, Sept. 5th. Plans were laid for future meetings in the various districts of the county and for an intensive educational cam- paign. There was some discussion of candidates and party principles. There were a number of talks made relative to economic conditions and the political history of the country. The general feeling of the whole meeting was that the farmer and the laborer should have gotten together years ago, for their mu- tual welfare. Guy H. Rader, permanent secretary. North Crow Creek Florence Weaver and Elizabeth Muhle- thaler drove to Kalispell Wednesday. Harris Weaver, his mother and sister, and Moroea Ekman motored to Thomp- son Falls Thursday. The Glacier Park Institute grounds were the scene of much activity during the past two months. First came a week's session of the Luther League dur- ing July, followed by the Methodist Epworth League the latter part of this month the Girl Scouts spent a week Mr. and Mrs. H. Handlin and Mrs. Mary Sullivan were callers at the Leish- man home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Almon Hocker and Billy were Missoula visitors Saturday. Leona and Marjorie Baumgartner and Audrey Fialka were guests of Audrey and Ilr Fangstrom Saturday. Mrs. Ona Powell, Miss Mary Felton and then the Camp Fire Girls spent two and Mrs. Arthur Powell motored to weeks ending August 23rd. Somers Monday to attend the funeral of Mr. and Mrs. George Sager of Pol- s friend. They were accompanied by son Mr. and Mrs. Mildred Sager of Mrs. A. T. Baumgartner. Leland Newgard, who has been work- ing at Fort Peck several weeks, returned home last week. Mrs. W. H. Cooper was a caller at the M. K. Jensen home Saturday afternoon. Mesdames Almon Hocker and A. T. taken from the range here. , Baumgartner returned from Butte Sat- Harold Odle and J. H. Cruttenden urday evening. They were in attendance motored to Kalispell Monday. Mr. Odle at the Grand Chapter. 0. E. S. of Mon- tana. returned the same day but Mr Crut- tenden expects to spend the week fish - The H. Handlin family called at the , lug on the South Pork. W. A. Wheeler home Friday evening. I Elizabeth Leonard of Butte was a Dan Baumgartner and Walter Man- !caller here Saturday. The Leonard tam - gels motored to Poison Sunday ily are on a vacation near Lakeside. Mr. and Mrs. John McNeil and small Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blachly and daughter of Malta, are guests at the P. Mr. and Mrs•! Joseph Zelezny drove out P. and Glen McNeil homes to the dam site below Poison Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. French and Mr. They also were business callers at the and Mrs. L. A. Baumgartner motored to county agent's office at Ronan Missoula Tuesday. Mrs. aCrrie E. Berry had as her guest Mrs. LIT. Terry was a guest at the T. last week Mrs. Berry's sister and daugh- A. Powell home Sunday ter who stopped here enroute from Mr. and Mrs Glen McNeil and Mr. Pasadena, Calif.. to their home in Ft. and Mrs. L. D. French were callers at Dodge. Iowa. the Godfrey Johnson home Friday even- Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Marble of Ms- ng. solaa spent Monday night and a part Willis Trumbull of Malta has been of Tuesday here visiting old friends and visiting at the home of his daughter. neighbors. Mrs. Glen McNeil. George Frazier who has been employ - A large crowd attended the dance ed in the Forestry service for the past given by the North Crow Creek Wo- • SIX weeks had the misfortune to sprain men's Club at their new clubhouse last his wrist and returned home Friday Saturday night, where he will stay until he is able to Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Dickson visited at the Harold Crannell home Monday af- ternoon. Mrs. Susie Neal, of Hamilton, is visit- ing at the home of her son. Almon Rocker. Mr. }locker's neice, Joan San- derson is also a guest at the Hocker home. Messrs Arnold and Leonard Baum- gartner are working at Hot Springs. Mrs. P. P. McNeil accompanied her son. John. to Chehalis. Wash., for a visit. They left Tuesday morning. Mi. and Mrs. Harold Crannell were callers at L. D. French's Wednesday evening. Rollins News The Mountain States Power Company I turned electricity into the new line from Lakeside Friday. While only a few places are wired as yet and considerable — ark remains on side lines everyone Is pleased with the way the Power com- pany manager fulfilled his promise to the citizens at a meeting last spring. Lee Dennis. Dr. W. S. Little, Frank Linderiyan and others also deserve credit for the efforts. Misses Anna and Betty Mae Zelezny, James Mountjoy, Arthur and Delmar Borders and Eugene and William Zel- ezny drove up from Lone Pine and visit- ed at Painted Rocks Sunday. Mrs. Elgie Sager and children left Monday for Deer Lodge where they will be all this week Mending Latter Day Saint Bible camp. I Shirley Frazier, Moroea Ekman and Elizabeth Muhlethaler rode horse back 1 to the Bowers ranch in the Big Draw Monday. They visited there the first half of the week. I Mrs. Guy Willey and daughters, Esther and Sada and Richard Muhle- .thaler motored to Kalispell Monday. ! George Ward and Richard Muhletha- ler were business callers at the county seat Saturday. A fair sized crowd attended the wo- man's club ice cream social at the school house Friday evening. 11111111111111111.11.11111.r ' Glen Daley went to Cedar Island at - Table Flats and Mrs. Anna Sager visit- ed at the George Parsons home Sunday,' Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Murray returned Monday from Helena. Joseph Zelezny left Monday for Lone Pine with a herd of cattle which were resume work. Misses Moroea Ekman, Shirley Fraz- ier and Elizabeth Muhethaler rode horse back down . the Big Draw where they spent from Monday until Wednesday as guests of Misses Helen and Erma Bower Mrs. Pearl Collins and children were Kalispell shoppers Saturday. Virgil Walter who has spent the past week here visiting relatives returned to his home near Lakeside Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Ekman were Kal- ispell shoppers one day last week. Mrs. Helen Nelson, who is employed in Kalispell spent the week end here at the George Frazier home. I. We weleerne . you home from your summer vacation But don't let it end or effect your elation. For we're ready to serve you with pastries and breads And relieve you the worry of cooking dreads.. Some vacations are over, it's true. but your vacation from baking at home isn't over by any means. Our bakers are on the job 365 days a year Just to make sure of that. Our baked goods are the finest that money can buy and our ser- vice is second to none. 'the Gold Crust Bakery Phone 109 • mese NewsMr. and Mrs. J. Foy and son, Clifford, Mrs. Qtrey Foy and F. I. Erwin, Mrs. J. L. Johnson, Mrs. Maggie Lannen and Miss Berdie James Hendrickson, Scotty McLennan and Robert Erwin Atroell were week end guests at the L. spent Sunday at Plains visiting Beau- were Missoula visitors Friday. 0. Smith and Wilmer Smith homes, 1 ford Joy. Mrs. Rightmire of Missoula is visit - Mrs. Lannen formerly Miss Maggie ! Mr. and Mrs. P. H Poindexter and lug her husband who is depot agent Sirnmonis, will teach the lower grades daughter. Dorothy, and Mrs. J. P. Staf- during Mr. Wood's absence. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Cole and family moved Thursday on the C W. Curtis ranch. Howard Beck and J. Grant left last week for Can ada where they are on business. Mrs. Howattson left for Miasoula af- ter visiting her daughter. Mrs. Lynn Cooper. Word has been received of the birth of a daughter born August 7. to Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Hodges. Jim Wainsley of Cut Bank was a week end visitor at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Wamsley. Miss Evelyn Downs has been employ- ed at MacDaniels Garage. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dillon and daugh- ter. Helen, and Don Black were Raba- pell visitors Thursday. • cuts, Mr and Mrs. Fred Rose. friends, in the south Molese school this coming term. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hanks were busi- ness visitors in Ronan Thursday. • The North Moiese Woman's Club held their annual picnic Sunday at Crow Creek dam. A very enjoyable time was had by all. J. W. Howell and Vergil Hall of Mc- Canunon. Idaho, arrived in the valley Tuesday. Mr. Howell is the father of W, L. and Arlen Howell. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Howell and George Mortensen and Ada Jensen spent Sun- day evening in Charlo. Thos. Patllizick is busy hauling peas to Ronan. Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Bennett spent the first part of the week in Missoula visit- ing their daughter. fason left Sunday for Anaconda. Miss Mary English of Missoula spent the week end at her home here. Word has been received of the mar- riage of Elmer L. Swan, former Charlo resident, now of St. Ignatius and Daisy Wittaker of St. Ignatius. The Charlo community M. E. Ladles Aid held their meeting at the home of Mrs. Harvey Larsen. Mrs. Fred Rose was assistant hostess. Mrs. T. H. Dillon, Mrs. F. I. Erwin and Mrs. E. Mason were Poison visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Harris and daughter. Virginia, from St. Louis, Mo., were business visit- ors and were guests at the home of T. H. Dillon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rose left Wednes- day for Nebraska to visit relatives and Southeast Shore Guests at the Frank Tracey home! • during the week were Henry Romine of Weldon and Earl L. Smith and party' of Glasgow, Mrs. W. H. Blair of Redfield S. D., and granddaughters, Helen and Marjorie Blair of Beach. N. D. and Mrs. Lawrence and son and Miss Mary Marron of Swan Lake. We have three birthdays all in the same week this week and they are all boys, two of them are ten years old, they are Elliott Good and David Cisney, jr., and Georth North, Jr., who is nine s yea hr r irsd s e. o r le old. Mrs. ft wediiesday Glenn Smurr and Mrs. Harley , for Missoula where they will stay during the fair. Mrs. Cisney's brother-in-law and his partner have been visiting at the Cisney homegthis week. Mrs. Harold Hoeffner returned Sun- day from Helmville where she has been helping her brothers for the summer. ; Miss Annabel Hoeffner left for Mis- soula the first of the week to spend fair week with relatives. Charlo Items Mrs A. C. Taylor of Anaconda re- turned to his home after spending a few days visiting his sister. Mrs. J. P. Staffanson, Misses Vivian and Marjorie Staffanson accompanied him back where they will visit relatives for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carlson and Mrs. Herman Johnson .of Anaconda were week end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. H. Hendrickson and family and friends. A. L. Fryberger and Winifred Wieble returned Thursday from Baker, where they have been on business. Miss Evelyn Downs of St. Ignatius is a visitor at the home of Kr. and Mrs. A. N. MacDaniels. Miss Helen Boriptede of Missoula was a week end visitor at her home. Miss Helen Rose of Missoula spent the week end at the home of her par- PRIVATE SALE Secretary Morris Chair Dining Room Table Library Table Dresser with oval beveled mirrow Two Chairs Open Book Case Commode New Bridge Table Flower Stand Ver. 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