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FAGE EIGHT YRS PLATIULAD COURSER. Polies. Magitaila Thursday, December 24. 1136 FIRST GRADE FUEL OIL 10c per Gallon TRY A TANK FULL OF Conoco Bronze FEEL THE DIFFERENCE SAVE THE DIFFERENCE POLSON SERVICE STATION WANT COLUMN Ads in this column charged for as follows: Per line first InsCrtlon, 10c. Each additional Insertion, 5c Per line. Count six words to line. FOR RENT — 4 -ROOM HOUSE WITH bath. F Street, Just east of RR tracts. C. Whitecomb. 38' FOR SALE — V8 TUDOR IN Al CON- dition; take !Mich cows as part pay- ment. McKie on Addy ranch. 38* FOR RENT: SEVEN ROOM HOUSE and garage; also rooms furnished for light housekeeping. Both modern. J. 13. Smith, phone 9803. 38' FOR SALE— THREE ROOM HOUSE and lot. Water and lights. Louis addi- tion, Poison. Partly furnished. $300.00 cash. Write Box 5, St. Ignatius. 37-40\ FOR SALE — HAMILTON -BEACH sewing machine motor, $7.50.—W. P. Jinnett. 37t1 FOR SALE — FARM BLACKSMITH outfit. Forge, anvil, vice. Dr. F. W. Car- lin. 36-37 Local News Notes FREE TURKEYS—New Lake, Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Sousley of Lowell, Ida., arrived here Monday to spend the holidays with his sister, Mrs. .1. L. Taulbee. Mr. Sousley is a ranger in the Nez Perce forest. Toys, Toys, Toys. ..A new supply of toys received today. Do your last min- ute shopping at the Gamble Store Agency, Poison. Mrs. Ernest vonEuen and Barbara Levisee.left Monday for Pasadena, Cal., where they plan to spend several weeks with relatives. visitor Monday. Mrs. Nettie Bowen left last Thursday Miss Catherine Campbell, student at to visit her daughter at Colby, Wis. a business college in Spokane, is spend- Mr. and Mrs. Leo Terry left the lat- ing the holidays here with her parents, ter part of last week to spend a few Mr. and Mrs. B. Campbell. Catherine days vacation in Colorado. was recently elected a member of the Clearance Sale—Monuments.— Weal. Miss Beth Morgan of Glasgow, who Lambda Chapter of Alpha Iota, a na- Moat Mar= & a Co.. 305 So. 4 th 8 1 . L. is with the Child Protective Bureau, is tional honorary business women's sor- MgcsOnla. W. W. Walla Sales Mgr. spending a few days here visiting Mr. ority. The organization has more than and Mrs. Ellsworth Hastings. Miss Mor- one hundred chapters throughout the United States and is made up of girls elected for their character, personality and outstanding scholastic ability. FREE TURKEYS—New Lake. Saturday Eugene Hall of Spokane arrived here Saturday to spend the holidays at the Redd home. T. A. Marlowe and H. 0. Bell, Mis- soula businessmen, were Poison visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Emma Lee was a Missoula visitor Monday. Toys. Toys, Toys. .A new supply of toys received today. Do your last min- ute shopping at the Gamble Store Agency, Poison. C. E. Gaylord will leave today to spend a part of the Christmas vacation in Missoula and Butte. Harry Kniss. salesman for the Cline garage, left this week to spend the holi- days with relatives in Deadwood, S. D. FOR SALE — THREE ROOM HOUSE, semi -modern. Poison. Write Mrs. Mabel McKenzie, R. 1, Ronan. 35tf. FOR SALE — NATIONAL CASH REG- later; Three booths; one hot plate; one beer sink. Inquire at Lakeview Cabins. • FOR SALE — 80 ACRES IMPROVED irrigated farm five miles south of Charlo. Priced right for quick sale or will trade for Poison residence or sub- urban property. J. H. Clark, owner, St. Ignatius, Mont. Route 1. 34-37\ FOR RENT — MODERN CABINS AT Lakeview Tourist Camp. FOR SALE — APARTMENT HOUSE. 4 apartments with 3 room house in rear. N. J. Cline. 25tf. gan was formerly a case worker here. FREE TURKEYS—New Lake, Saturday John Lampe returned this week after a two -weeks vacation spent in Cali- fornia. Mr. Lampe visited his daughter Mrs. Wm. McEwan at Santa Monica and his son. Fritz, and wife at Venice. He also visited as many of his former Alaskan acquaintances as time would Permit, but was unable to visit his friend Rex Beach. who was in the mountains taking pictures for a new book which he is writing.' Jackie Rogers (colored) left this week for Fargo, N. D., where he will fight in the main event of the fight card there New Years Eve. FREE TURKEYS—New Lake, Saturday Ray Boettcher spent last week end visiting in Missoula. Ellis Westlake, district supervlSor for the Resettlement administrapon, spent Monday here at the local office. Victor Parker, of Kalispell. supervis- ing timekeeper for the WPA was a busines visitor here Monday. Mrs. Nellie Jones of Hot Springs is expected here tomorrow to spend Xmas with the R. H. Wiedman's. Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Baker and Mr. and Mrs. G. A: Porter of Missoula. were visitors at the R. H. Wiedman home last Sunday. Miss Hildur Reksten who is attending business college at Spokane, arrived here this week to spend the holidays with her mother. Mrs. R. H. Wiedman was a Missoula I . $50 Cash Frei! BE LUCKY BANK NIGHT—THURSDAY All seats ric on Thursday Nile Only REGULAR PRICES Matinee, 10c & 25c Evening 15c, 25c, 35c FRIDAY - SATURDAY A CHRISTMAS SPECIAL We present for Christmas one of the Funniest Shows for the Month HUGH HERBERT and PAT ELLI IN \LOVE BEGINS AT 20\ , AND FUN BEGINS AT TIIE NEW LAKE!' Also Added — \TRAIL DUST\ SUNDAY - MONDAY A LAST BIG SURPRISE FOR 1936 AND ADDED JOY— MARY PICKFORD and JESSE L LASKY c1s11,surcgahtin' 1, THE GAY DESPERROO - ELMER THE ELEPHANT\ IDA LUPINO 4.E0 CARRILLO • ROUEIEN .MAMOULI AN 0.0‘.<,... ..... And a Walt Disney \SILLY SYMPHONY\ And Latest News Events TUESDAY - WEDNESDAY 2 — BIG FLASH FEATURES — 2 THE FUN REALLY SHINES All THE DMil THURSDAY ONLY - JUST ASK ANYBODY. THEN SEE STUART ERWIN on Bank Night \Women Are Trouble\ WE WILL PAY 130e UNDER SPOKANE prices for fat hogs, weighing 170 pounds or more dellevered to our plant. Write for prices on chickens, veal, lambs, and beef cattle.--Jolui R. Daily, Inc., Mis- soula, Montana. 410f. With The Churches Episcopal Services The Episcopal church will hold ser- vices with communion. Sunday evening, December 27. at eight o'clock at the Christian church. Christian Church Bible school 10 o'clock. Communion services 11 o'clock. every Sunday morn- ing. St. Ignatius Community M. E. Christmas Eve, December 24, at 7 20 the Sunday school Christmas program. Christmas, day services at 10 a. in. 10 which all are most cordially invited. Sunday, December 27th, Sunday school 10 a. in., Mit. 0. W. Cason, supt.; preaching services 11 a. m., subject, \Forward not ,Backward.\ Come and worship with us. end the old begin the new year right by attending church. N. F. Grote. minister. Poison Lutheran Rev E S. Ede, pastor. Christmas day festival services Friday at 11 a. in A girls chorus of twenty voices will furn- ish special music. Next Sunday, De- cember 27th. Sunday school at 9:45; Divine worship at 11 a. m. Sunday even- ing the Sunday school will give its Christmas program. The theme of the Program is \Christmas Around the World.\ The Sunday school will be asisted by the girls chorus who will sing Christmas carols from various countries In the world. We cordially invite you to attend our services. Methodist Church W. P. Jinnett, minister. Sunday closes a year for the church school and marks the beginning of a new quarter also. Let all members of the church be on time at 10 a. m. Morning worship and sermon at 11. The pastor's subject will be \Some Common Sense Tests of Right and Wrong.\ At 7:30 lantern slides will be used to present the Christ- mas story in the great pictures of the I centuries. Beautifully colored reproduc- tions of the world's great masterpieces. 1The public most cordially welcome. Pablo Lutheran (Mo. Synod) \A changeless Christ for a Changing World.\ Christmas Eve, Children's 1 Christmas program at 7:30. Christmas I day. English service at 11 a. m. Sunday. Dec. 27, Sunday school 10:15; German service with Holy Communion 11:00. Annual meeting of the congregation on Sunday. January 1 at 2 p. in. Come and worship with us. John Bundschuh. pastor. Christian Science 418 Fourth Street. Sunday services at 11 a. m. Sunday .school at 9:45. Wed- nesday evening meeting at 8. Subject for Dec. 27th, \Christian Science.\ Gol- den Text: 2nd John 1:9. He that abideth in the doctrine of Christ, he bath both the Father and the Son. The public i , cordially invited to these services. Poison Gospel Tabernacle Sunday school 10 a. m. All children welcome. Morning worship 11 o'clock. Congregational singing, special music. sermon by pastor. Evening evangelistic service 8 p. in. Children's service Satur- day 2 p. m. Our Sunday school, child- ren's service and congregation is grow- ing. Come where the \full gospel\ is taught and preached. Wm. D. Peay. pastor. Baptist -Presbyterian 10 a. in. Sunday school; 11 Morning worship, topic \The Two Masters.\ 6:30 p. in. Evening worship. topic \Jesus. The Light of the World.\ 7:30 Young people meeting. Wednesday. Decem- ber 30, 7:30 midweek service. - How we Got Our Bible\. Local News Notes I Social Affairs Pinochle Club A 1:30 o'clock luncheon was enjoyed by the members of the Pinochle club when they were entertained by Mrs. Ed Adams, last Friday at the W. J. Du - Pere home. Christmas decorations were used for the small tables at which cov- ers were placed for Mrs. John Meters, Mrs. C. H. Rodd, Mrs. C. T. Belknap, Mrs. Byron Tucker, Mrs. Du Pere, Mrs. 0 H. Peltier, Mrs. M. M. Marcy, Mrs. G. A. Burrell, Mrs. Jack Welch, Mrs. Martin Loge, Mrs. J. Henry Johnson, Mrs. Everett Smith and the hostess. The members exchanged gifts and the later afternoon was spent with cards. Bridal Shower Miss Gertrude Newton, woh recently announced her engagement to. Clifford Larson of San Pedro, Calif., was the Inspiration for a pretty bridal shower given in her honor last Satutday after- noon at the Chas. Spaberg home, by members of the Lutheran Ladies Aid society. The afternoon was pleasantly spent with entertainment suitable to the occasion and a tasty lunch was served at four o'clock. Those present included Mrs. Alfred Hansen, Mrs. A. C. Wing, Mrs. Tony Johnson, Mrs. A. A. Sorg, and Marguerite, Mrs. J. W. Reep, Miss Turi Vathing, Mrs. F. E. Fulton, Mrs. T. J. Lewis, Mrs. R. A. Reinertsort, Mrs. J. N. Lukka-son, Mrs. E. Fryling, Mrs 0. J. Langaunet, Mrs. Louis Ander- son. Mrs. Ludwig Anderson, Miss Joy Cramer and Mrs. Everett Smith. Entertained at Dinner Complimenting Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Levisee, who will leave next week for Helena. where Mr. Levisee 'All take over his duties as newly elected repre- sentative from Lake county, Mrs. Wil- bur DeGolier entertained at a dinner given last Saturday evening at her home. The occasion was also Mr. De- Golier's birthday anniversary. Christ- mas decorations were used on the the one large dinner table which held covers for the guests of honor. Mr. DeCiolier, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis 'Lindsay of St. Ignatius, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer DeGolier and the hostess. Thursday Bridge Members of the Thursday bridge club and other guests were entertained last week at the home of Mrs. W. C. Boet- tcher. Those enjoying the afternoon's game and the tasty refreshment menu served by the hostess were: Mesdames, Otto Marsh, J. H. Cline, W. C. Laut, J. L. Richards, N. J. Cline, F. L. Neifert, L. L. Marsh, Geo. Wright, Ray Mitchell, W. C. Vincent, H. I. Johnson, J. A. Johnson, A. H. Papke, Bertha Heck- man and W. C. Stimson, Priscilla Club Entertained Mrs. Bertha Heckman was a hostess of the past week when she had guests last Friday afternoon, members of the Priscilla club. Roll can was responded to with short Christmas legends and poems, after which the hostess served a delectable lunch. Small' tables at- tractively decorated in keeping with the holiday season held places for Mee. dames H. E. Bixby, J. H. Cline, A. la Graves, F. J. McConnell ; C. E.• Rgy- nolds, J. L. Richards, W. C. -Stimson, James Harbert, T: B. Hardie. 3.•• A. Johnson, H. A. Johnson, W. C. Vin- cent, W. F. Emory and the - hostess. A beautifully lighted Christmas tree and the exchange of gifts among the mem- bers added to the festiveness of the oc- casion. Cards were enjoyed during the later afternoon. Mrs. J. A. Johnsen had charge of the afternoon's pleasant en- tertainment. Amicillus Club ,Meets Members of the Amicitis club enjoyed . their annual Christmas meeting last Wednesday evening, when they were entertained at the home of Mrs. H. I. Johnson. Miss Doris Harbert who had I charge of the program, gave an inter- esting paper on the Life of Mozart. Gifts were exchanged and a delirious lunch was served by the hostess. One large table decorated in silver and blue with a small lighted Christmas tree as the centerpiece, held covers for Mrs. T. B. Hardie, Mrs. John Cline, Mrs. Nor- man Cline, Mrs. C. If, Madson, Mrs. L. I. Wallace. Mrs. Ray Mitchell, Mrs. A. H. Papke, Mrs. A. L. Graves, Mrs. E. E. Funk, Miss Harbert. Mrs. John Dimon and the hostess. Annual Christmas Party More than 30 members of the Meth- odist Ladies Aid society met last Thurs- day afternoon at the church annex for their annual Christmas party. A boun- tiful no -hostess luncheon was served after which gifts were exchanged and a Christmas program given, The group enjoyed the singing of Christmas carols, Mrs. Everett Smith sang an appropriate solo number and Christmas readings were given by Mrs. M. M. Marcy, Mrs. W. P. Jinnet and Mrs. A. L. Graves. Charlo Items Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Larson left last week for Pocatallo, Idaho, where they will visit friends. Howard Jaten, Bob Erwin, Kenneth Christian returned Friday from Boze- man where they have been attending school. They will spend the Christmas holidays with their folks. Mrs. Z. Barr and Mrs. Grant enter - tamest the ladies aid in the M. E. church parlors Wednesday afternoon. The community Christmas tree pro- gram has been scheduled for Wednes- day evening, December 23. A nice pro- gram has been planned after which Santa Claus will pay his usual visit. Everyone is urged to come. Miss Edith Linderman spent the week at her home in St. Ignatius. Mrs. S. A. McCune and A. A. McCune left Friday for Salt Lake where they will spend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Kaiser spent Thursday in Missoula Mr. and Mrs. Frank Middleton re- turned to their home Friday after spending the past three weeks in Camas Hot Springs. A group of friends charivaried Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hendrickson at their home last Wednesday evening. About 30 friends were present. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Richardson left Monday for Los Angeles, Calif., where they will visit Mr. Richardson's mother who has been very ill. W. H. Wieble and W. E. Wleble were Kalispell visitors last Wednesday. Doc. Most was a Misoula visitor Fri- day. Orville Erwin returned from Missoula last Wednesday to spend the Christmas holidays with his parents. Mrs. Edna Claypool and son Norman left Wednesday to spend the holidays with relatives in Malta. Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Roark wcze St. Ignatius business visitors Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Agnes McCloude and family left Monday for Chicago where they will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Staffanson motor- ed to Missoula Sunday where they visit- ed their daughter, Fern. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hayne and fam- ily of Plains visited at the W. C. Howell home over the week end. Leon Howell has returned to Missoula where he has work with the ACM. Santa Claus played a visit to the Ridge Way school children during a Program given Friday evening in the Ridge Way school house. Miss Mary Flerak. teacher of the school sponsored the program. A large crowd attended. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Howell and family visited at the Charley Adamson home at North Crow Creek Tuesday. Mrs. James Hendrickson. Mrs. Claude Howell and Grace Hendrickson were Poison visitors Thursday. Leota Howell returned from Plains Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hendrickson visited at the J. P. Staffanson home Sunday evening. Children of the primary class of the community Sunday school enjoyed a party Monday evening in the M. E. church parlors. The evening was en- joyed playing games and treats and lunch were served. • Merry Christmas is our wish to you all, And when you're shopping don't forget to call. To view our specials in winch you can take pride To present as gifts for the Yuletide. What finer gift can you make than a rich holiday stollen or a tasty fruit cake. We have many other holiday specials that will make appropriate gifts also. The Gold Crust Bakery Phone 109 FOR All Kinds of Life Insurance and Annuities SEE J. F. McAlear If You Don't,,we Both Lose r \i - 1.7 • mectecommitoweetwortetztarectecee atives. June Alexander will spend tomorrow at the home of his brother, William, at St. Ignatius Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson of iMs- soula will spend Christmas here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar John- son. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith of Helena, will spend Christmas here at the L 0. Brusletten and Owen Cline homes. Ted Harrel left Sunday to spend two weeks visiting relatives in Topeka, Kan. FREE TURKEYS—New Lake. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ruth arrived here yesterday from Billings to spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cline. C. J. Tremper attended the fight card at Missoula last Friday night. Mrs. Mack left Saturday to return to her home at Harre after several days visit here at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Roy Cramer, Frank Bofce, student at the state college at Bozeman, is spending the Christmas vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. K. Boice. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Williams plan to spend tomorrow with friends at St. Regis. Ralph Tower left Tuesday for Omaha to spend the holidays with Mrs. Tower and Ruth, who are visiting there. L. M. Padgette returned Monday af- ter spending several clays on business in the Parma 'and camas Hot Springs ( section. While there he was a guest at ; the home of C. E. Keirn and family. • Accept the Season's Salutations offered with high respect and good cheer. , from the folks at Myers' Eat Shop S AJITIEWAY S -7 1r 0 flE S • Mann and Rotuma BUTTER, lb., 3k ORANGES1$1.59 ATTENTION! ALL PRICES ON OUR LARGE HAND BILLS ARE EFFECTIVE UNTIL CHRISTMAS. FREE! TURKEYS FREE! Will Be Given Away Each Saturday at 9 p. m. Miss Elaine Johnson who is attend- ing school in Spokane. arrived here . this week to spend Christmas with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Ed DOMEir left •Tilesday . for Butte and other points in eastern Montana to spend the holidays with rel- W(. ° Wish yuit 101 a Merry, Merry Christmas N and a -Happy New Year