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PAGE TWO rex FLATHEAD MUSLIM Palma Umtata Thursday, May 20, 1937. Pablo Community Margaret Nevins of Missoula visited over the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. McCall Members of Mrs. Mayers Sunday parents of a baby girls born Friday school class enjoyed a weiner and morning at their home here. marshmallow roast at Mud Creek Fri - 1 Mrs. Myrtle Bostic of Lake Side spent day evening. Iseveral days last week at the A. Rey - The Pablo Homemakers club met with , folds home here. Mrs. Max Garbe Thursday afternoon Mrs. Louise Graves and Zoe spent with sixteen members and two visitors the week end in Kalispell with rela- present. At this meeting they made tives. plans to entertain the Lake county Fed- Miss Wynafred Steese spent the we oration June 17th. end in Poison at her home there. Mrs. N. J. Brunner and three Mrs Orpha Detrick and Miss Alberta child- ren spent Friday night and Saturday in Kalispell with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Ulrich were Kal- ispell callers Friday. Mrs. F. Nye and LeRoy of Kalispell spent Saturday at the H. E. Weaver home. Charles Robinson returned to his work at the darn near Poison Sunday after being confined to his home with Donaldson entertained at bridge Wed- nesday evening. The eighth grade commencement ex- ercises at the Pablo school will be given next Wednesday evening at the Pablo school house. Fred Stimson, Mrs. Nina Stimson and Miss Alberta Donaldson were dinner guests at the Bill Gregg home in Poi- son Friday evening. the Hu the past week. Mr. and Mn. Ted Edison of Missoula Mr. and Mrs. ft. Slough of White Hall, N. J. Brunner who is emploeyd at the Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Arnold of Poison Park, spent the week end here with and Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Dinunick of home folks. Post Creek were guests at the Stint- Harris Weaver and Eugene Tiffany son cabin Sunday. • who are employed at the dam near Poi- son, spent Saturday night here with relatives. Mrs. Edward Tiffany and son, Hal, re- turned to their home in Poison Friday. Miss Florence Weaver or near Poi- son spent the week end with Borne folks. Rev. 0. A. White was a Kalispell call- er one day last week. Mrs. C. & Wymore was a Poison call - Mr. and Mrs. Guy Clatterbuck at- tended the funeral of Emil Jacobs in Kalispell Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hoover were Kal- ispell callers Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. A Reynolds are the Mr. and Mrs. Roy Alton visited in Kalispell over the week end. Miss Irene Hafdahl visited in Kalis- pell over the week end. Miss Winona Williams and Miss Ida Hendrickson visited with Miss Hend- rickson's parents in Charlo over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Winning of Post Creek were over night guests at the Jinks Dietrick home Thursday night, er Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Jinks Dietrick visited at Those from here who attended the show in Kalispell Saturday night were the H. E. Boone home at Lakeside on Harris and Virgil Weaver, Geo., F. D. Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. McDonough. and Shirley Frazier, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Erman, Moroea and Ramona, Charles Teresa Dowd and Wine Dowd of St. Ignatius were Sunday callers at the Reed. Norcas Mittson, Vern and Oren Dietrick home. Collins. Wilmeth Engle and Erva Sager. Mrs. Dora Carlyle and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carlyle and family were Sun- day dinner guests at the Charles Spa - berg home in Poison. Fends Port and John Lentz left Monday morning to go to Anaconda to work. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Sperry of Thomp- son Falls were week end guests at the Howard Light home. Almon Rocker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ewing Storm of Belton, Cecil and Delmer Carbine. Mr. and Mrs. Justus Rathbone were Sunday visitors at the Bill Owen home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Light were Sunday callers at the Art Davis home near Round Butte. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meingassner of Leon were Sunday visitors at the Hugh Burnside home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reed spent the week end in Helena. Mrs. Rey Reed and Mrs. Bill Diet- rich attended a silver tea in Poison Friday at the home of A. A. Sorg. Rudolph Vogler of Kalispell spent the first of the week at the Garbe and Dietrich homes. Sunday dinner guests at the Max Garbe home were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dietrich. Mrs. Vandegrift, Jean Quig- ley, Eleanor Thompson, George Garbe, Herman Kaeding. Rudolph Vogler, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Garbe. Rollins News Albert Collins spent a part of last week in Joliette. Idaho with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Robinson were business callers in Poison one day last week. Mrs. Pearl Collins spent Monday in Ella. Mrs. Milton Gordon and small daugh- ter of Deer Lodge are visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Harry 0. Smith of Day- ton were callers here Tuesday evening. Newton Thrasher of Poison dam spent the week end here with friends Mrs. Earl Maker and Clyde Bur- ton of Libby spent a part of last week here with friends. —E. North Crow Creek Gordon DeGolier returned from a trip to Washington Saturday. Mr. Simms was a Poison visitor Fri- day. Mr. and Mrs. fd. K. Jensen and Janet Dahleen Jensen enjoyed a trip to Belton and Glacier Park Sunday. A large crowd attended the dance given by the N. C. C. Woman's Club Saturday. Mrs. P. P. McNeil and Mrs. Glen Mc- Neil and baby visited at the Sinuns and Crannell homes Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nyberg and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gallagher were guests of , Mr. and Mrs. L. D French Saturday evening. Mrs. G. Deffinbaugh and daughter,1 Helen, visited Jean Deffinbaugh at the I Jensen home Sunday. Bryce Crannell left for Washington Friday Valley Creek The Joe Matt family called at the Pat Shea home in Poison Saturday. The Don Sawhill family and Velma Mackey were Sunday visitors at the W. H. Mackey home. Mrs. Frank Masterson spent the weal end in Missoula. Al Lanery has received word of the illness of his mother, Mrs. Jack Saund- ers of Spokane. Mrs. Sanders was a former resident here. Mary Smith left Wednesday for Spo- kane to spend the summer with her grandmother. Moiese News Fred Hanks and Clarence Noland were business visitors in St. Ignatius and Poison Tuesday. Max Moore of Bynum is visiting with friends here for a few days. Beatrice Brower who has been work- ing at St. Ignatius arrived home Sun- day. Johnnie and Ruth Kowen, Mrs. Dwain Bybee and Mrs. Edwin Hansen were business visitors in Missoula Sat- urday Mrs. Leo Howell and Mrs. John Mc- Guffy spent Friday in Missoula. George Mortensen was a visitor in St. Ignatius Thursday. James Harmon of Vaughan spent Sunday in the valley. Fake!. Charles and William Cahoon of Charlo visited at the Howell home Sunday. Ben Hamer spent Friday in Missoula at the track meet. Theo Patelzick was a business visitor In Ronan Saturday. Spring Valley Woman's Improvement Club met at the Reksten home east of Poison last Thursday, May 13th with seven mem- bers and several guests present. Mrs. Reksten became a members of the club. After enjoying a luncheon prepared by the hostess the club adjourned to meet again Thursday at the Wigfield home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Burton called at the Halladay, Mayfield, Halverson, Merritt and Palmer homes last Friday afternoon. The Conununity picnic will be held at the little bend of the river below Mc - Mann's ranch Sunday, May 23rd. Bring your dinner and visit with your neigh- bors. The last card party of the season was held at the Palmer home Saturday evening with four tables in play. The winners of the prizes were Laura Stum- on and Alvin Merritt. Lunch was served to all by the hostess at midnight. Mrs. Lilly Halverson and Mrs. Harry Dunn of Warm Springs spent the week end at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kasseroler. Mrs. Roof, formerly of this valley, passed away at Kalispell last Thursday. John Gottlieb and several others of , this valley attended the dance in Pal - son Saturday evening. Perrin Centre has been quite sick again. We hope he recovers his health again soon. Mr. and Mrs. K. Kasseroler, Lena and I Ray Dunn, Lilly Halverson and W. Mc- f, Broom were Sunday dinner guests at the G. Halverson home. Mrs. Marshall has been staying in Poison for a time taking treatments for her health which has been very poor. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt and family spent Sunday with the Alec Moore and Ralph White families in Garcon Gulch. Reservoir Valley - Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blumhagen and ; family. Carl Self erts and family, and Amelia Seifert were Sunday dinner guests at Roses. The seventh and eighth grade pupils of Reservoir Valley took their state ex- aminations in Poison Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Kent and daughter of Hamilton were callers at Roses Sun- day. Jane Bousquet and Mr and Mrs. Dewey Medberry were callers at Meyers Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Light were callers at Owen's Sunday. Irma Allsop was a week end guest of Winette Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mutchler and fam- ily were callers at Miler's Sunday. 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