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Thursday, August 12, ler. THE FLATHEAD COURIER, Pelson, Montana PAGE TIINZE Valley View Items Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Blackburn of Logan, Montana, and Mrs. Walter Jep- son of Los Angeles visited Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Patterson. Mr. Black- burn is a retired conductor and an old friend of Mr. Patterson and the parties were enroute to Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Koenig and family and Mrs. Boyer and family were visitors at Roy Moores Thursday from Kalispell. Lake county 4-H delegates to the North Montana Fair at Great Falls re- turned home Friday evening. Ross Peace and Bud Christensen was one of the agricultural judging teams who completed and they won sixth place. During their stay in Great Falls the boys were guests of the North Montana Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wyman of Kalis- pell and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wyman, Mr. and Mrs. William Lyons and son Billy of Calgary were guests Tuesday at the Harold Beavers home. The Roy Sturm and Leon Thompson families were huckle berry picking near Libby this week returning Sunday even- ing. Max Mahler and Bob Gould have gone to the Little Bitter Root after beries. John Knutsen with Jimmy and Mary. went to Marion Saturday to spend the week end at the Pete Rau home. Jimmy will remain with his grandparents to attend school in Pleasant Valley. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Gipe called Sun- day evening at the McAllister and Carey Gordon homes. The Jepson family moved this week from the Anderson place in Charlo. Mr. Vance has returned from a trip to his old home at Medicine Lake., He brought his combine outfit back with him. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Sturm and fam- ily are visiting relatives here this week from their home at Fort Peck. Mr. and Mrs. George Patterson were away on a fishing trip last week near Glacier Park. Ethel Jon went to Spokane Wednes- day after a visit At the home of her aunt, Mrs. Jim Peace. She will visit another aunt in Spokane before return- ing to her home in Tacoma. The Illiroki Beavers. L. A. Gipe, 0. H. Durham and James Peace families enjoyed a no -host picnic supper at the Mike Murphy home Sunday evening. Present also were Mrs. Blomburg, Mrs. Cubbage and Ethel Jon. Cakes and candles complimented the birthdays of Gordon Gipe and Mrs. Blomburg. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Blackburn of Logan and Mrs. Walter Jepson of Los Angeles, visited last Thursday with the Pattersons at the Gray home. Mr. Blackburn is a retired conductor and an old friend of Mr. Patterson. They were enroute to Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Koenig and family and Mr. and Mrs. Boyer and family of Kal- ispell were visitors Thursday at Roy Moore's. Lake county delegates to the North Montana Fair at Great Falls returned home Friday evening. Ross Peace and Bud Christensen composed the agricul- tural judging team from here and they placed sixth. During their stay in Great Falls they were guests of the North Montana Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wyman and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wyman and Mr. and Mrs. William Lyons and son Billy of Calgary, spent the day last Tuesday at the Harold Beavers home returning to Kalispell that evening. Ethel Jon, who has been visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Jim Peace, let Wednesday for Spokane where she will visit other relatives before return- ing to her home in Tacorita. Rot Sturms and Leon Thompsons made a trip to Libby this week after huckleberries. They returned Sunday evening. Bob Gould and Max Mahler are berry picking in the Little Bitter John Knutsen with Jimmy and Mary. went to Marion Saturday to spend the Week end with Mr. and Mrs. Pete Rau. Jimmy will remain with his grandpar- ents to attend school in Pleasant Val- ley. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Gipe called Sun- day evening at the McAllister and Carey Gordon homes. The Jepson family moved this week to Charlo from the Anderson place. The Harold Beavers, 0.1i. Durham, L. A. Gipe, James Peace .families, Mrs. Blomburg. Mrs. D. A. bage and Ethel Jon enjoyed a no -host picnic sup- per at the Mike Murphy home Sunday evening. Cakes and candles compli- mented the birthdays of Gordon Gipe and Mrs. Blomburg. Mr. Vance has returned from a trip to his old home at Medicine Lake. He brought his combine outfit back with him. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Sturm and fam- ily are visiting relatives in the valley this week from their home at Glasgow. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Forman made a trip to Missoula Saturday. Their small son who is in St. Patrick's hospital will have to remain there another week. The school trustees held a meeting at the Roy Sturm home Monday eve- ning. Mrs. Sturm served a lovely lunch after the business meeting. The C. D. Bachler, W. P. Woods, Oar - Affection! a any of the followi= may be caused by NERVES a the spine by • Sublunatod vertebra: assni ...Chiropractic swr (SPINAL) uar Adjustments IINAMIto ANOKA& Will Remove the weo- LA Cause of RGE KAM. AL ORGANS THIGHS AIRI LEGS A Chiropractic Health service as- sures you of feeling your best. Poor health means only partial success in any phase of life. It pays to feel well. An abnormal spine impairs bodily functions and causes ill health. Have your spine propertly aligned by Chiropractic adjustments and nature In build up your health. Dr. F. W. Haight CHIROPRACTOR Flours: le to 12. 2 to 5- 7 to 8 ev- enings ewe* Wed. and Saturday, McAlear Bldg. Phone 126, Name • I land Buchannan, Leland Sturm fam- ilies and Mr. and Mrs. Levi Bachler spent Sunday picnicking in North Crow creek canyon. Local News Items L. S. Skaggs of Salt Lake City, divis- ional manager of Safeway stores, vis- ited the local store Monday. He was accompanied by his family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glattly plan to leave this week on a trip to Iowa. They will probably spend the winter months in Florida. The H. E. Bixby family will occupy their house during their ab- sence. Pablo Community Max Garbe is wearing a broad grin since the rain and cooler weather and sports a brand new shirt as the result of the rain and prospects for a good crop. Delmar Carbine and Miss Ann Simms were entertained at dinner Sunday at the Bill Owens home. The Lutheran ladies aid and Walther league of Fable held their picnic at the K. C. grounds Sunday. Walther lea- gue of Kalispell had charge of the pro- gram. A large crowd was in attend- ance. Mr. and Mrs. John Haglund and children of Circle were over night VIS- hors Sunday at the home of Mr. and , Mrs. Bill Owens. Mrs. Haglund is a neice of Dr. Resner of Ronan. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bergeth and sons Junior and Jimmie of Grand Forks, N. D., spent last week at the J. 0. San - den honve. Mr. and Mrs. Mayer and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. B. Deitrich, Mr. and Mrs. Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Mutchler and fam- ily, Mrs. Vandergift and Mrs. Mary Reed spent Sunday in White Pine visit- ing at the 0. P. Kendall hOme. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Sutherland, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bockmeyer and Dale Light were Sunday ciinner guests at the Howard Light home. Misses Lydia Gosen and Hulda Dek- ert of Ritchey, and Mrs. Paul Kos- lowsky and daughter of Fort Peck vis- ited a few days last week at the Rio? Reed home. W. W. Haight of Great Falls was in Vacation Days are Closing; School Days are Coming Within a few weeks the vacation season will he over and the country at large will resume the more serious activi- ties of life. Young folks will be returning to schools and colleges and the parents to plan for clothing, tuition and general wel- fare. The fall season brings its financial problems to all of us, and here is where this institution steps into the picture. We cordially invite you to consult us about your plans for the children, and assure you that we will co-operate' with you ill every way we can. The Security State Bank 3642 POLSON, MONT. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 1 Pablo on business Monday. He also 1 day evening at the Alfred Butts home, visited at the Guyette home, the occasion being the birthday of their Mrs. Mary Reed returned from Deer little granddaughter, Mora Lodge Saturday. ,' Mrs. Bob Johnson and son Bobby Mr and Mrs. Max Garbe spent MOD- I were dinner vests Friday evening at Bill Owens'. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Hewitt went to Corvallis Sunday to visit B. 31, Gott who was quite seriously injured in a tractor accident. You Can't Even Guess But Our \Load Dispatcher\ Must Be Prepared! • You would naturally be puzzled how to answer, were somebody to ask you suddenly how much electricity you would need tomorrow. They might as well ask you how much water you would use tomorrow. Your answer would be the same in both cases: • As much as I need.\ Which is all right, from your standpoint, but hardly definite enough to the managers of water or electric light systems. For they must be ready to anticipate your requirements. How do they do it? Records of daily use, kept over a period of years, indicate *hat average requirements are likely to be. But, of course, there are always variations or emergencies. Think of the added electricity used on a \dark\ day! So that is where I, the \load dispatcher\ as I am called, come in. I must always be on t he job—ready at an instant's notice. From my seat in a gallery, I control, by the pressure of my finger on a button, giant turbines with the power of hundred i of thou- sands - of horses. The turn of a switch brings one or more of these vast spinning ma- chines to instant activity. I am connected by telephone with other load dispatchers. Close at hand are complete weather bureau instruments, and meters which indicate the flow of electricity to - the areas I control. Mine is a heavy responsibility. There must be no mistakes. 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