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VOLUME NO. 27 J be Lb the to‘Z • OF •MONTANA HELENA state enstovic Lthra\ ortritr Poison—the Power City, the Commercial, Recreation and Scenic Center of the Garden of the Rockies! POLSON, LAKE COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, , 1936 NUMBER 33 Pablo Death Still a Mystery, Coroner's Jury Decides Mon. That Louts Pablo, who was found dead, near the docks last Sunday morn- ing, met his death through a blow or blows over the head by a person or per- sona unknown, and exposure, was the verdict reached at a coroner's inquest conducted here Monday evening. Pablo was discovered by Frank Cohel- en of Kalispell who stayed in Poison over the week end, and had taken an early morning walk down to the lake. He discovered Pablo's body lying face upward on the ice a short distance from the water's edge. Dr. John Dimon, coroner and Sheriff J. L. Taulbee were stunmonded and it was found that both of the man's legs were bruised as was his right hip, evi- dently from a fall. Over his left ear was a wound that officers first thought was from a bullet but a post-mortem that afternoon revealed it was evident- ly caused by a blunt instrument. Dr. Dimon stated that Pablo had been dead five or six hours when found. Officials believe that Pablo met with foul play while others contend that he was intoxicated Saturday night and probably wandered down to the dock and jumped or fell from there onto the ice. Indications were that the man had crawled a short distance after be- ing injured. The officers are investigating every angle of the case in hope of clearing up Poison's passible murder mystery. Funeral services for Pablo were con- ducted yesterday morning from the Catholic church in Ronan and burial was made there. Mr. Pablo was born on the Flathead reservation June 14, 1877, and had spent most of his life here. Be was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Michel Pablo, pioneer residents of the valley, for whom the present town of Pablo is named. He leaves three sons, Lawrence, Charles and Joe and three daughters, Mrs. Earl Smith, Mrs. Genevieve Matt and Mrs. Albert Decker all of whom re - punted to Poison's 18 -yard line to start side on the reservation. off the second quarter and recovered a! - AMERICAN LEGION THANKSGIVING ter the slippery ball eluded Davis. Pot - PROGRESSIVE CARD 23rd son safety man. A pass netted a first PARTY, down on the 5 -yard Plans have been completed for • the line and Poison re- covered I ' ve. WEEK, ACCOUNT THANKSGIVING Asks For Recount Lake County Court Due to the fact that Thanksgiving falls on our regular press day The Cour- ier will print one day early next week in order that the various members of the regular force can spend the day at home. Correspondents, advertisers and all others are kindly asked to get copy in one day ahead of their former dead- line, whatever that time may be. We'll appreciate it. COURLER,TO PRINT EARLY NEXT CATHOLIC LADIES BANQUET AT ST. IGNATIUS FRI.'AND SAT. The Catholic Ladies' club are holding a big bazaar at Equity Hall Friday and Saturday. The proceeds will go to the Ursuline school. The bazaar will open at 7:30 Friday morning and the hall will be open until 9:30 that night. Sat- urday afternoon from 5:30 to 7:30 a chicken supper will be served and there will be dancing in the evening. During the evening there will be a beauty contest. There will be Els farm - ers' booth, apron booth, booths for fancy work and miscellaneous Christ- mas gifts. A hope chest, a wall hanging, a Shirley Temple doll, a quilted spread and a calf will be given at different times during the bazaar . Other at- traotions will include a fortune teller's booth, fish pond, etc. St. Peters Victors Over the Pirates by Touchdown, 13 to 6 Friday the thirteenth did not prove so fortunate after all for the fighting Poison Pirates when the strong St. Peters eleven of Anaconda downed them 13 to 6, to win the Western Class B district championship here last Friday. Battling through a field covered with mud and slush, the game was nip and tuck from start to finish, a slippery ball being responsible for one score, the deciding factor in favor of Poison's opponents. After an uneventful opener, St. Peters Thanksgiving progressive card Pa r ty , A poor tic put Poison in a hole and sponsored by the American Legion, fOr than an unusual and beautiful executed next Monday evening, Noventber 33rd. f„wm.d and 'mem , put the bellon Entertainment will consist of auction theft 12 -yard line. bridge and prizes will be awarded for Four more plays ueeted a first down, high and second high scores for both by inches. on the Poison two -yard line. ladies and men. In addition, a grand On fourth down, on the six-inch line, draw prize of a Thanksgiving turkey C. Chorr. St. Peter's fullback, nosed the win be given. Lunch will be served at ball over the goal line to put his team the Masonic hall and musical enter- in the lead. The kick was blocked to taizunent kas been arranged for, make the score 6 to 0. The committee in charge: Irving St. Peters kicked to the 15 -yard line Johnson, S. W. Grinde, Chas. Reynolds, and Cook made a beautiful 55 -yard re - x. E. White. Jess Forbes and Art turn to St. Peter's 30, where he was run Levisee, and they request that anyone out of bounds. Harrison and Cook al - who has not been solicited to buy a ternated to take the ball 15 yards in ticket, and who wishes to go, please four downs as the half ended. get in touch with any member of the The teams battled on even terms above committee through the third quarter. St. Peter's punt, to Poison's 12-yard line started off AT THE HOSPITAL the fourth period and then intercepted Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Johnson of Valley a surprise pass to again put them in View. are parents of a son born last scoring position on the 13; and in six Friday rapid thrusts dove over for the winning Francis Bouquet who recently under- score and Clark kicked to convert. went a major operation is improving Poison came back strong with a 25- rapidly and will soon be able to return yard run by Farrell to the 18 -yard line home, followed by a pass from Cook to Cramer Mrs. A. Davis who underwent a minor in the end zone, completing the day's operation, was able to return to her scoring. home at Arlee last Saturday. Poison made six first downs to St. Miss Lillian Lathtun of Ronan, un- Peter's eight. derwent a major operation last Satur- day. Mrs. E. Hellman underwent a minor Boiled Down Items operation Sunday. Mrs. H, Lambeth who underwent a For Busy Readers major operation Monday is reported as doing nicely. Floral Shop on Main Bart Cramer. Sr. entered the hospital The Erickson Greenhouse has rented Tuesday as a medical patient. the DuBois building just south of flick - ford's Quality Shop and has opened a Selling Store Stock down town tor up town, floral shop for the time to put you on our regular mail - Harold Breen has been selling out the conveniencs of their customers, an- ing galleys and in this case the expire - the stock from the Dayton Trading nouncement of same being made this non date will not appear until a later company store and is preparing to move week in these columns, date. to Kalispell where he has accepted a position with the John Hardware store. Former Ranger Visits Here . Mr. and Mrs. Breen have made many Tommy Norton were Mr. and Mrs friends during their residence in Dayton guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Shea, last week end at the ranger station. Mr. corn- who will regret their leasing the co - Norton who formerly was a ranger here munity.—Dayton Cor. is now stationed at Lame Deer on the Tongue River reservation. The couple Open House at School were enroute to their some after. a hunting trip in this section. d In Two Precincts 1 House Happenings 0. H. Peltier who was deleated for the office of clerk and recorder by only six votes, filed an application this week asking that the court pass an order call- ing for a recount of votes in precincts 31 and 32. Poison and Grandview. Mr. Peltier states in his application that due to the lack of proper lighting facilities during the time the votes were being counted in those two precincts, there may have been cause for error in the counting. • . The order, it is understood, was first signed and late yesterday was annuled and a hearing called for next Saturday at which time Judge Albert Besancon will preside and determine whether or not there is cause for a re-count. If the court deems a re-count necessary the county commissioners will be called in extra session to canvass the entire votes of the two precincts. The first canvass of votes throughout the county, gave Peltier 1952 votes and Walter Jensen, his opponent. 1958 votes. GREENER PASTURES FOUND ON OTHER SIDE BY LOCAL HUNTER The old adage \greener pastures can be found on the other side of the fences was proven once more, Si. Westfall can testify to that. Si, a former eastern Montana resident, had heard a lot about the unexcelled big game hunting in Western Montana, so when the season opened he thought he would go out and try his luck at getting a deer. After spending several days tramping through the wilds of this part of the state, without any luck Si became disgusted and left for his old home near Moccasin. While there he bagged a five point buck. WANTED AT CONRAD ON A FRAUDULENT CHECK CHARGE K. B. Haladay was arrested here this week by Sheriff J. L. Taulbee, at the request of Conrad officials who want him on a charge of issuing a fraudulent check. Sheriff C. M. Embody and Dep- uty Hammer arrived here yesterday from Conrad to apprehend the man and return him to Conrad. Sheriff Ernbody is a brother of Mrs. George Davis of Poison Six Violators of the the Game Laws Pay Pines During Week Six violators of the state fish and game laws were apprehended last week end by Elmer De Goner, game warden. Fred Knoff and Lee Morin of Mis- soula and Milton Post and Frank Bust- er of Helena were arrested on the east lake shore Saturday night for fishing after dark. They were brought to Poi- son and arraigned by Justice M. M. Marcy at 1:30 o'clock that morning. Due to the fact that the men were unfam- iliar with the ruling they were assessed the costs of the case and cach given a 10 -day suspended jail sentence. D. Richter of Butte, was arrested on two counts, One for shooting from a car on a public highway and the other for shooting ducks out of season. After pleading guilty he was assessed a fine of $25 which he paid. Joe Delbrinaneour was arrested for having more than his limit of Chinese pheasants and was fined $50 which he paid. Postponed to Dec. 2 Due to the fact that the contractors have been unable to complete their work at the high school as was planned, the Open House activities which were planned for this evening, have been postponed until Wednesday evening, De- cember 2. The lockers and other work is yet to be finished and Superintendent I. E. White stated yesterday that it was deemed advisable to postpone the ac- tivities until the work was entirely com- pleted. The purpose of the Open House is to give parents and friends an opportunity of seeing the work being carried on in the schools and also to see the new high school addition. The program will be carried out on that (late, as it Was planned for this evening, with the junior and senior high school students holding their usual afternoon classes in the evening. Work of the Lincoln grade school pupils will be on display during the afternoon. Various activity groups will a lso present a program in the evening. new truck. The story was headed \Ring Out Firebells\ and read as follows: \Back in 1911, local citizens of Poison. Montana, started contributing each New Years eve for a new fire truck. The truck costing $2,369 went into service this week.\ Mr. Ferrell has not seen his friend since he worked with him in 1917 in Omaha, and had not heard from him for a number of years. Thirteenth and Thirteen Leon: To The Courier—The Leon Study Club met last Friday the thir- teenth at the clubhouse with thirteen members present. Despite all super- stitions omens an interesting and suc- cessful meeting was held. Mrs. Maud Kerns, vice president conducted the business session, after which Lora Ran - (Continued on page (1) NOTICE TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS AS TO EXPIRATION DATE, SPELLING Several hundred new subscribers were added to our mailing list the past week. Names, initials and expiration dates are given on the line which is printed on your paper. Please take note as to the correctness of same and if erroneous please notify this office as soon as possible. If your name is written instead of printed you will know we haven't had Loses Eye, Chopping Wood Charlo: To The Courier—\Hank\ Stance had the misfortune of losing one of his eyes while chopping wood recent- ly. A piece of the wood flew up into his face, striking his eye and splitting the eyeball. \Ring Out, Firebells\ Recent Weddings That Poison's new fire truck is not, only attracting attention in this pant - cuter nicinity but also in other parts of Cotrell-Fleck the United States was evidenced when St. Ignatius: To the Courier — Miss Earl Ferrell received a letter from an Mary Cotrell and George Fleck were old friend of his in which he mentioned married Saturday in the Lutrieran the fact and enclosed a clipping from church at Pablo. Mrs. Fleck came here the Omaha World Herald telling of the last spring from Blaire, Nebr. Mr. Fleck is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Anions Fleck who have lived near St. Ignatius for the past four years. The young couple will make their home here. Payne- McArthur St. Ignatius: To The Courier L- Miss Sue Payne and Frank McArthur were united in marriage by Justice of the Peace Ralph Starr in Missoula Satur- day. Mr. McArthur's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. McArthur of Sacramento, Calif., attended the couple. Mrs. Mc- Arthur is a daughter of Mrs. Thelma Payne of Billings and a former resident of that city. Mr. McArthur graduated from the School of Pharmacy in Mis- soula last spring and has been em- ployed at the Mission Drug Store since September. He is a former resident. of Laurel. Begin Tax Payments T. J. Farrell, county treasurer, re- ports that Lake county residents are beginning to turn in their fall tax pay- ments at hia office. The payments which are the first of the 1936 assess- ment, are coming in rapidly he reports. Five Licenses Saturday Cupid was particularly active In Lake county last Saturday. Five licenses were issued by James Harbert, clerk of court. Those securing licenses were: Forest Edward Farris and Mary Ellen Buck both of Kalispell; Wesley William Weston and Lila Bele Staff also of Kal- ispell; James Evan Peterson and Norma Lyon both of Moiese; George Meek and Mary Catherine Cottrell both of St. Ignatius and Clarence Henry Hendrick- son of Moiese and Mary Frances Sulli- van of D'Aste. File Campaign Expenses Yesterday was the closing day for the filing of campaign expenses. Those filed at noon yesterday were: J. R. Smock, $62.50; A. L. Meek $92.70; O. H. Peltier $96.00; John Lampe $64.60; James Harbert $89.00; Clyde Weythman $112.20; J. B. Kiracofe $160.25; A. K. Resner $10.00; H. A. Tasker $5.00; C. 0. Kreider $2.00; W. P. Tierney $66.40; P. F. Hem n $82.00; W. A. Jensen $81.25; T. J. Farrell $14,00; Berra Langaunet $65.53; Anna Kemp $44.00; J. L. Taul- bee $84.90; L. D. French $132.75; Ethel Terry $67.66; Frank Faucett $10.00; John Dimon $3.00; M. M. Marcy $5.00; S. E. Salter none; Carl Ahlgreen $84.25; A. J. Brower $99.50; A. B. Levisee $57.39; Democratic County Central committee $406.21 and Republican County Cen- tral committee $442.06. Land Transfers Warranty deeds filed during the past week in the clert and recorder's office have been: Wilson Owen, executor of the estate of Harry Owen to William Skabronski, Poison the NIV2 of the KW% section 1, and the SE ti of the NE'.. and the NE% of the SE.., section 2, T.22, R.21. John Bishop of Pablo to John W. Stanley of Columbia Falls, the SE!, of the NV,. section 9, T.21, R20. con- taining 40 acres. Cecelia 'Peltier of St. Ignatius to Raleigh E. ,Fletcher Ps acres beginning at the SE Darner of the tral‘: of the „ . 1919',. 'section 13, T.111, R.20, thence W 312'.4. ft. thence N 208's ft. thence 3123s ft. thence 4 208 ,, „ ft. to die point of beginning. Olaf Nylen and wife to Alva Turner of Poison Farm Unit A or the IsP 2 of the NW', section 15, T.21, .R.21 W. containing 80 acres. Robert F. Vinson and wife of Poison to George B. Vinson the SE', of section 2. T.23, R.22 W. J. L. Richards and wife of Poison to Lloyd Harris of Poison lot 5, block 25. original townsite of Polson. Margaret Silva of San Francisco to A J. Reinlasoder and Gertrude Free- berger of Ronan, lot 4 and the SW', of the NW S, , section 5. T.20. R.20. contain- ing 81 and 23-100 acres. Vermont Savings Bank to John B Kiracofe of Ronan. the Es, of the SW • section 14. T.21, R.20 John McIntosh of Kalispell to Edwin W. Broliolm of Ronan. lots 1 and 2 ' block 3, Clairmont% addition to Ronan. Emily 'Irvine and husband of Radio to Josephine Marian Brown of Poison, a large tract of land in sections 28. 29, 30, 31 and 32. T.23. R.22. The only quite claim deed filed was: George Anderson and wife to Arthur Detest and Alfred Hilton of St. Ignatius a tract of land 25 ft. square in the N'2 of the NW'.. seC. 9, T.18, R.19. Deaths Reported During Past Week FIRE DEPT. MAKES TEST RUN; SIREN FROZEN IN FOG AND RAIN The sound of the fire siren late Monday afternoon and again Tuesday morning were not cries of \wolf -wolf\ nor were they warning of a fire but it was like this, the Poison fire depart- ment planned to make a test run Mon- day in order to get organized properly before they make their test before the board of fire underwriters. They were assembled at the fire hall and the city clerk was given instructions to turn the siren on. At the proper time he pushed I the button and nothing happened. Very much chagrined he called central at the telephone office and asked her if she would turn in the alarm from there. The same was repeated there and still I no siren, so the department was re- quired to make the run with only the, siren on the truck sounding. An Investi- gation showed that the fog and rain of the past week had frozen the fan in the siren almost solid. Tuesday morning a short blast announced that the ice had been cleared away and the siren was again ready for use. Ernie Claffery, street commissioner, has announced that when only a short blast of the siren is heard they are I merely trying it out to be sure that it hasn't frozen again. Over One Hundred Boys and Girls Take Part in 4H Program An outstanding county -wide 4-H club achievement program was held here last Saturday evening by the twenty- three clubs of Lake county in connec- tion with the Lake county Kiwanis club. Officers elected among the 4-H club members at the afternoon session were: John Beck, president; Dorothy Mosley and Margaret Deliwo, vice-presidents; Florence Boice, secretary; Evelyn Jager, treasurer; Katherine Sandberg and Fern Meehan, song and yell leaders; John Kelley and Delbert Palmer. ser- geant -at -arms. These officers were in- stalled as part of the evening program. Local leaders gave a brief report of the activities of their clubs during the year and received a beautiful certificate of honor and leadership pins from the ex- tension service for the work they did ir. leadership. Some leaders received certificates covering six years of work This is the first time local leaders in Lake county received such awards. - One hundred eighty-eight club mem- bers received certificates, gold seals and 4-H club pins scorning to a new sYsteni of distributing awards. Eight clubs,1 amounting to 33 per cent of those or- ganized this year received special men- I tion because the 103 members enrolled ' in these clubs completed 100 per cent. L These clubs were the Busy Bee Clothing, of Charlo: Early Riser Breakfast clubn of Ronan; Lakeview Dinner club of Poi- son; Proctor Pep club of Proctor; The Charlo Rainbow club of Charlo and the Willing Workers of Poison. The Round Butte Future Stockmen and the Percy Ridgeway Workers also completed 100 per cent. The beautiful candle -lighting service in which more than 100 boys and girls' took part was put on In the evening Just before movies Were shown that were taken in the county of 4-H club people and Kiwanis businessmen. A particularity interesting and exciting movie of the Helmville rodeo furnisheo by Walter McLeod of Missoula aas also shown for those present At the close of the meeting gameS were played, with all taking par,t arwi refreshments served by the Klwaniti Club. Science Teacher Leaves Ronald Kretzer. science instructor the Poison high school left last week for Valier. where he will teach. His place here is being filled by Jacob Bauer Annual Appeal Made For the County Wide Red Cross Members A. B. Levisee, chairman of the Lake county chapter American Red Cross, announced this week that Mrs. Anna W. Kemp would be county chairman for this year's Red Cross Roll Call to be held during the next week, ending on Thanksgiving Day, November 26. Plans have been made for a thorough county- wide enrollment, with representatives secured to handle the enrollment of members in the various outlying com- munities. Mr. Levisee pointed out that during the past year the Red Cross had been called upon to render assistance in 106 disasters for an average of two a week. Thirty-nine states were visited by one or more calamities last year, while the total number of persons receiving Red Cross assistance in one form or an- other as a result of these disasters totaled 385,000. One of the last year's major disasters as we all know, concentrated itself in Montana's capitol city, Helena. Here too, thru the instantaneous efforts of the executive board of the Lewis and Clark chapter. the Red Cross took up the responsibility with the first evi- dence of suffering and distress as a re- sult of the quakes. When the damaging tremors subsided, the task of rehabilita- tion was begun. Chapters thruout the state of Montana offered financial as- sistance to aid the stricken citizens of Helena. A sum amounting to $19,700 was sent to the Helena chapter from the chapters thruout the state, while the National Red Cross added to this sum a total of $74,500, making the total ex- pended by the Red Cross in Helena to around $95.000. In order to meet each emergency which arises the Red Crnas depends upon the support of the public thru the yearly membership campaign. Only fifty cents out of each membership, whether it be a one dollar, two dollar. or five dollar membership. goes to the National organization. The rest remains In the Lake county chapter for local emergency needs. V.F.W. POST AND AUXILIARY INSTALL OFFICERS FOR YEAR. Fullerton Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars and Aubdliary held a special meeting last evening at the .1.0.0.F. hall. at which time they held Joint in- stallation of officers. More than 135 members attended the affair. After the installation a dance and general good time was enjoyed with the men of the post serving supper at midnight. A feature of the supper menu was the serving of 200 smoked salmon. prepared for the occasion by Charles Rathbun. Jack England ot Whitefish, depart- ment commander was present for the installation of the post members and Mrs. Ed Nyberg, a state officer for the auxiliary conducted the installation ceremony for the auxiliary. Those installed in the post were J. H. Reid. commander; Charles Rathbun. senior vice commander: Al Woods, Jun- ior vice commander; Roman Craft. quartermaster; Omer Mullen. Judge advocate; Dr. P. C. Noble. post surgeon; Clarence niche. chaplain; Jim Rooney, adjutant; E. M. Nyberg. officer of the day; M. M. Marcy. service officer; E. R. Swart, patriotic instructor: Bill Biederman. historian; Pat McClusky. guard; Glen Bucher, sentinel and Leon- ard ROM. bugler. Officers installed in the auxiliary were: Eva Rathbun. president: Adele North, senior vice president; Agnes Abrahamson. junior vice president: Georgia Swart. treasurer; Ethel Terry, secretary; Winifred Forbes. chaplain. Isabelle Warren. guard: Thelma Roon- ey. conductress; Elizabeth Welch. patri- otic instructor; Rose Ross. Jane Mullen. -- of Livingston. Miss Rita Walker will Martha Ingman and Beatrice Reid. flag Mrs. A. H. Lunder have charge of the glee clubs in Mr. bearers; Ruth Biedeman. historian: Mrs. A H. Lunder, an old-time rest- Kret„y e r•s place Ethel Terry. Ethel Kraft and Bertha dent of this vicinity passed away last Sorenson. trustees and Florence Wilkin- Sunday at her home here in Poison, at' Salmon for Relief Clients son. ramician. the age six truck loads of sockeye sal- Th e a e g e of trid8e2 years Lunder family came to the Flat- mon are being brought into Poison for head at the time of the opening of the distribution among the relief clients. Glacier Trail Work reservation, first homesteading in the The fish are being caught with net; on Irvine Flats section and later moving to the east lake shore. S Poison. During her 26 years of rest- — dence Mrs. Lunder became well known and had a large acquaintanceship in Local News Items , With the completion of the six new game patrol cabins in the Het Springs this vicinity. She was born in Wolver county. Wis- consin, September 21, 1854. Besides her husband she leaves four sons, Sam. Ole and Andrew of Polson and Valley View and Lloyd Olson of Kelso. Wash., and a sister Mrs. Helen Olson of Glenora, Manitoba. Funeral services were conducted this afternoon from the Retz chapel with the local Christian Science church In charge. Former Resident Dies Valley View: To the Courier—The many friends and relatives of Zelda King Pink elten were grieved this week to learn of her tragic death, November 5. at Palmer, Alaska. Mrs. Pinkelten taught the upper grades of the Valley View school two years, and had spent the past few years teaching in Alaska. Last year she taught in the Matanuska Colony and six months ago was married to Alvan Pinkelten, whose parents re- side in Miami. Florida. She was a niece of Mrs. William Forman. Annie A. Hanson Funeral services were conducted Fri- day afternoon at 2 p. in. at the Baptist - Presbyterian church for Annie A. liar - (Continued on page The Lutheran Ladies Aid of Pablo will hold their annual Bazaar and Food sale at the Pablo Club House on Saturday. November 21. Dinner, 25c. You are welcome. 33 Mr. and Mrs. Otha Kitts of Proctors- vile, Ohio, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. F41W. Kitts of Poison. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kitts and children of Hot Springs were week end guests at the Edw. Kitts home here. Barney McKitrick and Ray Walker of Missoula were Poison visitors last week end. Ellsworth Hastings and Rudy Sher - rick spent Tuesday and yesterday at Thompson Falls, on work in connection with their offices in the Resettlement administration. Mrs. Harold Luchau returned last Sunday after .sending a week visiting her sister. Mrs. S. K. Myrdal at Mts- souls. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Sharp and Mr. and Mrs.. Guy ICrissinger of Kalispen spent last week end here \chink\ hunting. They were guests at the W. J. DuPere home. A food sale will be held by the St. An- drew Goad scat Wednesday. tarted on Tuesday section. the crew of ECW men which i has worked on that project were moved I Tuesday to McDonald lake where they will start the construction of the new trail which will be known as the 'Glacier Trail, I The trail will start at the dam, at the toot of the lake and will follow along ; the south side of the lake and up the mountain to the McDonald glacier. Wbrk on the trail will continue as long as the weather permits. The crew work- ing on the north side of the lake have that trail completed as far as the main falls. A crew of 20 men are employed at present clearing the right of way to the new Jette Lake lookout station and another crew of 20 men are fencing 111 the Ettgarm and Sunny Slope sections. If favorable weather conditions con- tinue the present work will be com- pleted but if the weather makes this work impossible a winter ECW program has been planned which will be carried out in the Big Draw section, where a number of traits will be built and right ca way cut for roads The purpose of tha program will be primarily for fire pro- tection and secondarily to open the cattle ranges.