The Flathead Courier (Polson, Mont.) 1910-current, September 03, 1936, Image 8

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PAGE MOWN MIR FLAIIIMAD COURIER, Faison, Manama Thursday, September 3. 1936 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 • Local News Items The property in Grandview addition, formerly known as the Elkins property, which was purChased last spring by E. L. McPherson of Great Falls. has been leased by Arnold Zimmerman of Lewis- town. The • Zimmerman family will move here the latter part of this week. A. M. Larson who recently purchased from C. M. Sutherland the property in Grandview known to . old-timers as the Bob Flemming place, expects his family to arrive here within a few days. Mrs. Larson has been disposing of their property in Walhalla. N. D.. before com-1 Mg to Poison. Mrs. Esther Scott moved to her farm , at Proctor last week. Her home in Grandview is being occupied by H. Reneau and family. J. C. Chambers plans to leave within; a few days for Ashton. Ida., where he will visit his daughter, Mrs. W. B. Ernest He also plans to visit another daughter. Mrs. C. W. Mitchell at Port-' land. A. J. Brower made two trips to Helena last week on legal business. Mrs. R. A. Coffin and daughter, Doro- thy. and Miss Louise Krauss of Norris , have been visiting here with the form- er's sister. Mrs. L. Garth. The K. S. S. Class of the Methodist. Sunday School, with the help of their mothers and other interested friends, is giving a bake sale at the City Market on Saturday this week beginning at ten a. m. They are starting a New Hymnal fund for the church, and solicit the pa- tronage of all friends who can be in- terested in the project. Rev. W. P. Jinnett went to Havre on Monday to attend the annual confer- ence of Montana Methodist churches. This is the forthy-ninth session of the conference, and is presided over this year by Bishop Ralph S. Cushman of Denver. Mr. Jinnett expects to return home early next week. Members and attendants at the Meth- odist. church last Sunday were treated to a surprise in the form of a freshly decorated altar and chancel with new 'carpeting on the floor of the rostum and chancel. This renovation is the gift of Mrs. Charles Glattly. Alice Smothers of Baltimore. Md., visited .here recently with her sisters, Mrs. Emma Lee, in Poison and Mrs. Helen Bucher of the west lake shim*. , She is now visiting :mothers sister at Shelby. - Boulder Dam.\ which will please all Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Hardie and daugh- ter and Mrs. D. F. Rae 'returned last Saturday after a two week's vacation during which they visited at Moscow, Ida., Portland. Seattle, Vancouver, and Victoria. B. C., Port Angeles. Ranier National Park and Spokane. Mrs. S. E. Ward and son, Ralph, left last Sunday to spend a two weeks vaca- tion at Portland and Seaside. Mrs. C. R. Van Golden who has been with her sister. Mrs. Karl Myers, since Mr. Myers death, left last week to re- turn to her home _at Twin Falls. Ida. She was accompanied as far as Missoula by Mrs. Myers and Karol. Mr. and Mrs. John Walrath and son, Thell,of Nekoosa. Wis., have been visit- ing here several days with her sister. Mrs. Nettle Bowen. R. R. Davis and daughter. Zelpha, made a trip to Missoula Tuesday. Zelpha plans to atend the University there this year. Mrs. C. B. Lauch and two children arrived here Tuesday to spend a few days visiting her sister. Mrs. Elmer De Goiter. They are enroute to their home at Seattle after visiting in Philadelphia. Miss Betty Rakeman of Ennis. is , spending a few days here, with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rake - man. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Carey of Dutton, arrived here recently to make their home. They will reside in the house which Frank Carrington is having.con- structed, north of the Ferguson garage. William Kennedy of Havre arrived here Monday for a two week's visit at the homes of his sisters. Mrs. Mark Jensen and Mrs. F. W. Carlin. spectators at its local premier at the Liberty Theatre Friday and Saturday. The story carries a glamorous rom- ance in which a pretty singer in a dance hall inspires a shirker, disgruntled with the world, to do heroic deeds and to make something of his life. There are scenes showing the construction of the dent. including the wrecking of a run- away dynamite car and the saving of a man hanging from a boom hundreds of feet above the river bed, an actual hap- pening Death faced these dynamic workers at every turn, and many of their deeds of heroism. &Mated in this film, will go down in the history of this great un- dertaking. The picture is enlivened by song 'numbers written by the fatuous team of Mort . Dixon and Alice Wrubel and sung' by Patricia Ellis. — New Rooming House H. I. Farnum, familiarly known as \Hi.\ is preparing' the' Mansur build- ing, just north of the M -W store for use I as a rooming house. Cots will be in- stalled in ward fashion. In one room.1 \Hi\ is what you might term an old- I timer in Montana having been engaged I in numerous enterprises in all sections of the state, for many years. and is re- membered by many older residents. sTDItt - OF BOULDER pi.Nt is THRILLING 'SCREEN DRAMA . The construction of the huge govern- ment power project at Boulder Darn was so rich in thrilling drama that it could I hardly help being the background of an exciting and moving picture. Many of these incidents are incorpor- ated in the new Warner Bros drama Round Butte, Mrs. Emma Kennedy of Independ- ence. Mo., is visiting at the home of her sister. Mrs. L. H. Homer. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Bartell were Mis- soula visitors Saturday. Lloyd Christianson left Saturday for his home at Williston. N. p. Mrs. Bob Bennett spent the week end at the home of Helen VanNess. A 9'2 pound baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kinnick August 19th at Chehalis, Wash. The young man was named Elund Bernard: - Mrs. Lloyd Finfrock visited at the John Hogan home Thursday. She also attended the Round Butte Woman's club meeting. • Bill Warthen is employed in the Blackfoot at the present time. Erwin Werner. Richard Albert. Henry Ellis and Bill Eagle of the Federal Geological Survey, are staying at the Harold Haegg home while making a topographic map of the Flathead river. Mrs. Emma Kennedy visited at the 0. J. Antoine home last wek end. She and Mr. and Mrs. Antoine motored to Deer Lodge to visit friends. Rev. Frederick A. Smith of Independ- ence, Mo., visited his sisters, Mrs. Emma Kennedy and Mrs. L. H. Horner Satur- day and Sunday at the home of the latter. Several horses in this section have died with sleeping sickness that has struck in the Bitterroot and Oregon C°Unt . ry. Mr. and Mrs. F' .0. Artis and Mrs. L. M. Beck attended the fair at Mis- soula Thursday. This week the gym got a new coat ot paint for the winter. Mrs. Jake Leverich entertained the Woman's Club at her home Thursday afternoon. Several major projects were discussed. The canning for the hot lunches for the coming school year was discussed and a committee was appoint- ed to solicit garden truck or funds to buy food to can. The Labor Day booth was put in working order. Mrs. Woods was voted a member of the club. Fol- lowing the meeting Ada Atkinson and Frances Beck. two 4-H club girls gave their demonstration, How to Make Muffins, which they gave at the fair at Great Falls. The hostess served a delicious lunch at the close of the after- noon. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Steve Koupal. Mrs. Loretta Brownelle of Wallace, Idaho. visited several days at the home t of her cousin. Mrs. A. Fisher. ; Roy Kennedy of Oakland, Calif., is visiting indefinitely at the Fisher home. I Mrs. L. A. Atkinson is spending this , week at Hot Springs. Several people from here attended the fair at Missoula. The Round Butte 4-H judging team won second place. Glenna Lou Belts received 1st place and -Fran- ces Beck 2nd place in a poster contest FrancM a* Becit's muffins won tat place and *A . & Atkinson's muffins placed 2nd. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Elmore visud relatives in Missoula Sunday. .RED 45t WHITE STORES wa The Sign of a Dependable Store Imir LABOR DAY Outing Needs Frida Saturday _and Tuesday, September 4, 5, and 8th Red & White Labor Day Specials Pork Loin Roast Eas7; to Rcast Easy to Carve Sweet and Tender MENU Reci & White Tomato Soup Perk Loin Roast—Candied Halves Apples Buttered Now Potatoes Buttered Red it: White Spinach Red While Ready Biscuits—Red It White Butter F la v -R -Jell Vegetable Salad Deep Dish Red ett White Raspberry Pie Red dr White Coffee Pork Loin Roast, lb. 30c Swiss Steak, tender, juicy, delicious, lb 25c Ham Loaf, lb.. 25c Spare Ribs, lb. 20c Sweet. Meaty, Tasty Boiled with Green Beans Cold Lunch Meats For Your outings and picnic lunches Fresh Meat Prices Prevail Only at Red & White Stores With Fully Equipped Meat Market Red & White Coffee, 3 lb. Glass jar. . . .92c Nation's Finest. Packed in a iar that makes a dandy Pantry Container. Vacuum Fresh . Red & White Coffee, 1 lb. Vacuum tin. . 29c Mart Coffee, Two 1 -lb. bags 49c popular Extra Special—A Beautiful Salad Bowl set consisting of one Bowl fitt inches wide, 1 spoon. I fork, These sets are made of a very fine grade of Pottery. light ivory colored, highly polished with beau- tiful cattail design and One Qt. jar Sunspun Salad Dressing for 99c Red & White Pancake Flour, pkg. . . .21c Just add water or milk Cane and Maple Syrup, 22 -oz. jug .. .25c Red dic. White. Finest Quality Corn Flakes, 3 reg. 23c, 2 large size . 23c Red Az White Red & White Wheat Cereal, pkg. 20c For Growing Children Red & White Cake Floutrpkg. 25c For Fine Cakes Red & White Baking Powder, 1 lb. tin 23c For Best Results Sunshine Krispys or Grahams, 2 lbs.. .33c More Crackers per Pound Siinshine, Popeye, the Sailor, 3 pkg 14c Kiddies' Cookie Special Red & White Cleanser, 4 tins for 18c Hurts Only Dirt Washo, pkg. for 27c Everybody's Favorite Soap Powder Lady Godiva Complexion Soap, 6 cakes 27c For Pine Skins Blue & White Matches, 6 box caddy . . . .19c A Quality Match ' All Green Asparagus Tips, No. 2 tin . . 27c Red White Garden Fresh Red & White Spinach, 2 large tins. 31c For that Old Iron in Your Stood Ready -to -Serve Soups, Two 1 -lb. tins. .25c Red & White. Just Heat and Serve—Any Mud Crushed Pineapple, 2 large tins 43c Red & White. For Making Conserve Red & White, Crab Meat, No. % tins. 27c For Cocktails and Salads Gold Medal Flour, 49 -lb. sack $2.19 FRFFI 'Betty ('rocker's Receipes for - School Days\ Cookies Ask Us. Me last too -day holiday is lust ahead. Plan a picnic or outing for your family. Your Red & White stores have anticipated your needs and have provided a host of tempting foods to help make your outing pleasant and delightful. Glance at these timely suggestions for money -saving food values. 11 11. FOR SALE: 4 WHEEL TRAILER with excellent tires. Rev. E. S. Ede. 21-22' WILL PAY UP TO $50.00 FOR INDIAN head pennies dated before 1910. Send 15c icoint for large illustrated price list. Chas. Duval. Oxford, Neb. 22' SPECIAL DeLUXE NASH 8 SEDAN with trunk for sale: first class every re- spect, for $325. Cottage Hotel. Poison. * FOR SALE: REPOSSESSED HOME Comfort Range. Just like new. Teilins. See C. C. Hopkins. Lake Hotel, Poison, 22' L.. WANT COLUMN Ads in this column charged for as Per line first insertion. 10e. Each additional insertion, Sc per'Une. Count six words to line. ROOMS IN MODERN HOUSE FOR rent. One-half mile east of depot.— Carl E. Jensen. 22* WANTED TO BUY: USED BABY Sulky. S. E. Anderson at the M -W store. Poison. 22' - — WANTED: EXPERIENCED SILK FIN- isher and repair lady. Must be com- petent or need not apply.—Wardrobe Cleaners, Poison, Mont. 22 STRAYED TO MY PLACE: THREE blackface bucks. Owner identify, pay for feed and this notice.—R. F. Vinson, 5 , -. nines southwest of Bigarm. Poison _3 2 1 1 address. FOR SALE: WEANING PIGS, N. A. Christensen, mile W. Darn road 23' — --- - FOR SALE: BELT FEED SAW MILL. Inquire Pearl Howlett, St. Ignatius. 22* FOR SALE: 3 -ROOM HOUSE IN Lewis addition. Box 143. Poison. .22-24* FOR SALE: LIBRARY TABLE. SEC- retary, commode, open book case, heat- er shield, large painting, flower stand. —Mrs. Mabel A. Redeker. half block north of Lake Hotel. 22' WANTED: COWS TO PASTURE. iti acres fine grass and alfalfa: water. S. M. Owings. 22-23 FOR. RENT: ONE 19 -ROOM HOUSE, one 2 -room or 2 one -room cottages on lake at Storm. Inquire at Bigarm Ser- vice Station. . 22 'IWO HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE. One semi -modern for rent. H. J. Claf- fey. 21t1. FOR SALE—TESTED MILCH COW. giving 14 quarts per day. C. H. Mullen. east of Grandview addition. 20-22' TEAM HEAVY WORK HORSES FOR sale. Smith's Motor Inn. Proctor, or phone thru Dayton, 20-23• FOR SALE: FIVE ROOM MODERN house with sleeping porch, in Poison; 24 acre tract on lake shore near Poi- son, good buildings. 5 room house, level land: also 80 acres timber land. M. T. Murphy, Poison. 20tf. FOR SALE: LARGE LOT WITH FIVE room house, basement, furnace and two car garage. Three blocks from center of town. Address inquiries to Box 776, Poison, Mont, 213' FOR SALE: PUREBRED HOLSTEIN heifer, fresh about six weeks. See Fran- cis Boice. 5 miles SW of Poison, 20-22. FOR SALE: 170 ACRES. EAST SHORE of Flathead Lake. Three room house. Iota of fruit trees. 20 acres of alfalfa. lots of berries and flowers. Will sell five, ten and 20 acre tracts.—A. J. Con- nolly, Finley Point Roard, Poison. Mon - tans, RESPONSIBLEPERSON DESIRING tf rent free cottage on Rollins Point with free fuel and lights see Rey. W. P. Jinnett in Poison. _ FOR SALE: MONARCH RANGE IN A-1 shape, sanitary cot and mattress and few other articles. Third house east of Methodist church. 21-22* FOR SALE: 100 EIGHT FOOT SPLIT fir posts and 30 -gal, range boiler, good condition. Will trade for chicken feed J. L. Dahl. 21-22 FOR SALE: 4 ACRES ON LAKE shore 1 mile east of Poison post office. Dr. F. W. Carlin. 17t1 FOR SALE—MOWER. 16 -FT. BINDER and International 1 -ton truck. AU rec- ond hand material and in good shape. Davis Merc, Co. 15tf. TRACTS FOR SALE: 20, 40 AND 80 acres each. Also dairy farm and town property. Save commission; buy. lcom Mark Jensen, owner. 711., WE WILL PAY 50c UNDER SPOKANE ' prices for fat hogs, Veighing 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. 411f Clearance Sale—Monuments.— West Mont. Mar. it G. Co., 305 So. 4th St. E., Missoula, W. W. Walls, Sales Mgr. — FOR SALE: 80 ACRE FARM IN VAL- , ley View. 45 acres under ditch, balance in pasture. Ludwig Anderson. lit!. F'GR SALE: 4 and 6 ROOM MODERN houses. Small payment down, balance j like rent. Also several nice lots. In- quire at Courier office. 5 Phone 50 for Want -ads ^ CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our appreciation for the kindnesses shown us at the time of the death of our dear husband and father and for the floral offerings. Mrs. J. Henningsen. Julia and Adraln. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Smith and Mr. and Mrs Doug. Davidson, PAYMENTS BY RESETTLEMENT ADMINISTRATION IS 443,153 From July 1st. last year. to June 26, this year, the resettlement administra- tion has made payments in this county of $43,153.02, according to information received here. Loans were made to 52 persons. Grants amounting to $2.809 .were made to 53 persons during this same period. Nine pound bag MERCHANTS Enjoy the Facilities to be had at the SECURITY STATE BANK nir ventral location provides an excellent tipping unit tiii local business men to carry on bauking activities couven iontly. Often :hiring this day The Security State Batik is in a position to aid the merehant in his routine no tivities and can do $o because of our outstanding ties. Come in and talk (wig . problems xvith ,pos awl lot us help you. . Some of Our Services l'atyroll A rrangeinents Safety Deposit Boxes Checking . Service Saving . s Department The Bank of Friendliness The Security State Bank Poison, Montana Free! Free! Attention Kids! We will again feature a complete line of school supplies and as a special .offer we will give away a Free Ice Cream Cone with each 25c purchase of school supplies This Offer good until September 12th Eddie's Drug Company Poison and Ronan Free! Free! QAFEWAV sPrortx..s s -- , Poison and Ronan Thurs., Fri., Sat., Tues., Sept. 3-1-5 and8 Baconu i g ean ar Cured pound 29c Flour Hary 49 pounds 1.19 Bioss est om Coffee tzity 3 pounds 49c Shortening 4 lb. 59c Sugar 100 lbs. 5.89 4 Soap \ P. and G. 10 BARS 29G 5. • COCOANUT, lb. 25c COCOA, Mothers 7C Two pounds MILK, 10 Cans 79C Tall Peter Pan 43c OATS Bulk Items Beans, 5 lbs. 35c Rice, 5 lbs. 39c Macaroni, 3 lbs. 25c Brown Sugar, 3 lbs. 23c Powdered Sugar, 3 lbs 23c Tapioca, 12 -oz. pkg. . .11c LIGHT GLOBES, ea 10c BROOMS, 49c, 69c 89c PUREX, 2 Os 2 One Balloon free 5c JELL WELL, 5 poxes 25c TISSUE, 5 rolls 25c PEANUT BUTTEI29 , Two lb. jar • POTTED MEATS 25c Six cans • BUY NOW! Crackers 2 lb. box Grahani .or Soda 25c

The Flathead Courier (Polson, Mont.), 03 Sept. 1936, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.