The Flathead Courier (Polson, Mont.) 1910-current, September 01, 1937, Image 8

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rimez EIGHT THE FLATHEAD COURIER PoLson. Montana Thuraday, September 1, 1931 401110 Friday, September 3rd Step Lively When You Play SCREENO and have lots of FUN TONIGHT!! News and Short Subjects ••••••••••••••••••••••••• Saturday, September 4th :Matinee 1 p. in. 111 5 Matinee Prices 10-25c Also \SECRET AGENT\ ••••••••••••••••••••••44 Starts Saturday ITI•:\TE 11:15 p.m. Sunday and Monday SHOWS ALL DAY MONDAY 1:30 p.m. until 11 p.m. Minter 11' BAXTER BEERY ,SIAVE SHIP ELIZABETH ALLAN MICKEY ROO:NE` Added Attractions Walt Disnay Cartoon \Donald and Pluto' Fox Movitone News •••••••••••••••••••••••••• 1 Tuesday Only September 7 SPECIAL AFTERNOON MATINEE I p. m. 'til 5 Matinee Prices 10c -15c and IT'S BANK NIGHT IN THE EVENING SPECIAL TONIGHT — TUESDAY At 11:15 p.m. Only On Our Stage IN PERSON the Great VIRGIL Presenting New and Sensational Mysteries \DEN OF LIVING ' NIGHTMARES\ Uncanny Unbelief able Terrific The World's Greatest Scare Show! Advance Ticket ;Sale Now On •••••••••••••••••••••••• Wednesday - Thursday September 8-9 This is a picture made for Poison and the Dam r -PAT O'BRIEN•HENRY FONDA MARGARET LINDSAY • STUART ERWIN J. WELL FacDOMI.9 Rick Purcell • Wash Sawyer • Craig Reynolds • John Litel • Jane Wyman pimps sy set roln • A Alwen kos e•cturt NEW Lift 25 words for 25c, one issue. Three issues for 50c. Additional words at same rate as above. WANTED TO RENT October 1, two or three room house or apt., modern, fur- nished. fairly close in. Inquire at the 'Courier. !LEARN TO PLAY HAWAIIAN GUI- , tar professional way: also Spanish and , Ukelele lessons. Inquire 1 block west of Baptist church, Smith's residence,. Lewis Add. — John Lasalle. 22-ss\ FOR SALE: JERSEY COW, FRESH- ened recently; also light two -wheeled trailer.—Adam Claffey. Grandview, Poi- son. 23-24' FSTRAYED — MARE BRAND M -X and colt brand 8 have come to Middle - creek ranch at Blue Bay. Owner may have same on payment of pasture and price of this adv. 25tf FOR RENT — OFFICE OR APART- ment, Modern, partly furnished. With garage. Above Pearce Style Shop. See W. F. Emory. 25tI . FOR SALE—Established business in best location. Reasonable price if taken at once. Lakeview Variety Store, Poison FOR RENT—NEW FIRE PROOF Garage. One block from Model Cafe, A. J. Brower. 8t1 FOR SALE -4 ACRES ON LAKE shore, 1 mile east of Poison; suitable for trailer camp.—Dr. F. W. Carlin. 16-tf FOR SALE OR RENT 1938 DELIVERY. 80 acre irrigated farms. Fenced, wells, buildings, close to school. of acreage in alfalfa. W. F. Emory. 3tf. FOR SALE — REAL BARGAINS IN • new and Used ranges. vonEUert PUS- tric. • lltf 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 40 acres timber land close to Jette lake. M. T. Murphy, Poison. Stf. LEAVE YOUR CHILDREN WITH US and take a day off. We provide good care, good food and tuunusement Prices reasonable.—Mrs. C. W Buell 126 REBUILT REMINGTON, L. C. SMITH and Underwood typewriters, $10 to $30. Used cash registers and adding ma- chines. For information leave your call at Courier office. 3tf WILL PAY 25c UNDER SPOKANE prices for tat hogs. weighing 1 10 Pounds ' or more delievered to our plant. Write for prices on chickens, veal, lambs, and beef cattle.—John FL Daily, Inc., Mis- soula, Montana. 411f. Clearance Sale—Monuments.— W. Mont Mar, & G. Co.. 305 So. 4th St Z. MLssoula. W. W. Walls, Bales Mgr. FOR SALE — YELLOW TRANSPAR- ent apples. Bring your own contain- ers. Mrs. Fridley. Grandview. Poison 22' — Swan Lake News Haying is pretty well over in the vat - icy. , George Toyen and Emmett Pitcher I were in Kalispell on business. Huckleberries were not very plenti- ful in the valley this summer. Grandma Lund came home from Kite Sunday where she had been visiting her * son, Chas. Lund and family. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Lund were din- ner guests at Lew Plicher's Sunday. Emmett Pitcher is working for Geo. Larson tor a few days. Deer have been more numerous in the valley this summer than for several years. They are digging a new well at the ranger station. It has frosted quite hard lately turn- ing the potatoes brown. The nights are getting quite cold, acts like we might get an early fall. The tourist trade has been fairly good here this summer. Had a killing frost Saturday night, froze ice. Grandma Lund spent Saturday at Mrs. Pilcher's plaee. Mrs. L. W. Filcher and daughter and lgranddaughter called at Mrs. Charlie Stopher's. Miss Gertrude Fenby gave a party at the school house. There was a good crowd spending the evening dancing. Mr. and Mrs, Carl Foycen were down from Goat Creek for the party Satur- day night. Mr. Feick was up from Somers over the week end at his summer home. Travel 22 Miles and Trench Fire in Hour and Half Less than an hour and one-half after the alarm had been given a crew of ECW fire fighters had traveled 22 miles and trenched a lire covering more than one acre last Sunday. according to a landowner in the South Crow Creek section. The blaze was one of a series which have broken out in that section recent- ly. Sunday's fire broke out in some slashings but the prompt response of the Indian fire fighters kept it flom do- ing any serious damage. Killing Frost A frost which killed potato plants and other garden produce was reported this week from the Ronan section. Social Affairs Bridal Shower Miss Bertha Minim whose marriage to Ralph Coverdell took place last Satur- day. was complimented at a bridal shower given in her honor last Thurs- day at the Coverdell home in Grand - vim; . The afternoon was enjoyed socially and the honor guest was pre- sented with many gifts for her new home. Those present were Mrs. Robert Hutchin. Mrs. Lambeth, Mrs. Ed Powell, Mrs. J. C. Chandler, Mrs. North, Mrs. Colberg. Mrs. Ray Sampson, Mrs. Frid- ley. Mrs. Jensen, Mrs. Eldon Coverdell, Mrs. Arden Riebe, Mrs. R. J. McAlear, Mrs Vernon Findley, Mrs. Clarence Hereld, Mrs. Merle Bandon. Mrs, Con Wittwer. Miss Charlene Mullin, Loraine Johnson, Mrs. Robert Watson and Miss Marie Watson. With The Churches Poison Church of Christ E. F. Beaudreau announces services for next Sunday as follows: Bible school at 10 a. m. Worship and sermon. \The Dignity of Labor.\ at 11 a. in. At the evening union service in the Meth- odist church at 8, his sermon will be \Turning the Right of Way:\ a pre- school message. This is your invitation to these services. E. F. Beaudreau, Min- ister. St. Ignatius M. E. Regular morning services at Arlee at 9:30. Morning worship at St. Ignatius 11:15. Sermon theme: \Christianity and the Labor Question.\ Evening services at Dixon, :00 p. m. The public is most cordially invited to all our services at all times.—Nelson F. Grote, pastor. Pablo Lutheran Church 'A Changeless Christ for a Changing World.\ 10:15 Sunday school. 11:00 Eng- lish service. Welcome to our services. John Bundschuh, pastor. Baptist -Presbyterian Clifton W. Trio'. pastor. Sunday school 10 a. m. Morning worship 11 a. in. Young People's meeting 6:30: Even- ing union service at Methodist church at 8 p. m., Rev. Beaudreau, speaking. Young people's business meeting Tues- day evening. Sept. at the manse. Midweek service Thursday Sept. 9, 7:30. Meeting of Sunday School teachers and officers Friday, Sept. 10 at the manse. Poison Lutheran Rev. E. S. Ecle. pastor. The first ser- vice in the new church has been post- poned until Sunday. Sept. 19. Word has been received from the Minneapolis Art Glass Co to the effect that there would be an unavoidable delay in shipment of windows. hence the postponment. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid society will hold a food sale next Saturday at the Voss Meat Market. 22 Mrs. D. F. Rae of Glendale. Calif.. is visiting here at the home of her daugh- ter. Mrs. Rae accompanied the Hardie family on their recent trip to Alaska. Pablo Community. VERSATILE tA Storyette) Sylvia lay back tensely in her chintz - covered chair by the window and closed! her gray eyes to the moonlight that put the city's myriad lights to shame as it eased gently through the curtains. Un- successfully she also tried to close her I ears to the conversation that wafted through her window on a silky breeze. The young man next door was versatile., A few minutes ago he had been strumming a banjo : then he had been singing, softly. 'Singing that went well with the athletic build of him, the twinkle in his dark eyes that she had noted when they parsed the corridor. But of course she had not dared to look at him squarely. Any other girl would have smiled, or nodded, or old-fashion- edly dropped her purse. But Sylvia only shivered inside and drsnmed that he had come to her on a prancing steed and galloped off to a castle on a far hill. And now—now he had picked up with some one. ProJably some cheap little minx ... She twisted in self scorn as the other girl's voice came rauc- ously through the wlrdow. \Gee! Nice place you got here. Been here long?\ :Hot long.\ \You must get kinds lonesome Haven't you sot any girl friends? Then his lazy, \Just the girl next door.\. Sylvias fingers twitched angrily, as the other girl said, \Oh.\ And then slyly, - Makes it sort of—chummy. Doesn't it?\ secretary of the Montana Building and \Yes sort of. But I get tired of her. She's such a reserved little thing. I visitor. Lorin of Missoula, was also a court like 'em more your type. Lots of zip.\ SAVE!! With Conoco—Bronze Gas MORE MILEAGE ADDITIONAL POWER POLSON SERVICE STATION • Sylvia felt the pound of blood at her temples. She jumped to her feet, eyes blazing. One spiked heel caught in the rug as she bounded out her door and banged on his. He ttood framed in the dimly lighted doorway, black wavy hair rumsied, limp Mrs. A. D. Sperry, Mr : and Mrs. J. W. quirked in a mocking half smile. \Howl Mosley, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Steele. Mrs do you do. Miss - - Miss - .\ M. D. Meer. Mrs J. G. Hilger and Mr. name,\ she choked.' \Never mind the and Mrs. Walter Sperry. 22* 'How dare you stand. there and tell lies I never have spoken to you in my life before. '' And then she gazes. around the room. puzzled. \Where - - where is she - -\ Na grinned boyishly. Sorry. There is no one else here. You see I - - I am in vaudeville when there's an opprirtunity. I'm a ventriloquist.\ Sylvia felt her knees sag. \Then you were just - - just trying - -\ \Yes.\ he murmered softly, with s trace of wistfulness. \I was just tly.ns to break down that reserve of yours. It was the only thing I could think of that might work. Wont you - conic m?\ He closed the door behind her. She sank weakly into a chair. Heavens! She had met him.—Dam Reps' tsr. court here yesterday include Walter L. Court Visitors Out-of-town attorneys who attended Highest Pope. Donovan Worden and Fremont Bison Reserve 4885 W. Wilson all of Missoula. Chris Rupp, Here From St. Ignatius Father Louis Taelman of the St \ Ig- natius Mission was a Poison visitor Monday. He reports that the Catlnin Mission schools will open September 7th and that day scholars will be given free transportation this year. The Fourteen Needlepoints and their club leader. Mrs. Nelson, enjoyed a weiner and marshmallow roast at the golf course in Poison Sunday. Mrs. John Guyette left Saturday morning for Dillon as a delegate from the Ronan district to the C. C. con- vention. The Messrs. John and Jim Clark and Mr. Anglurid of Geraldine were over- night guests at the Burnside home Mon- day. Mrs. George Clarkston of Havre call- ed on Mrs. Hans Nelson Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Nets Sanden of Miami, Fla., spent several days visiting at the John Sanden and Clarence Sanden homes, while on their way to Calif. A delightful party was given at the Guyette home Friday afternoon In hon- or of Lois Mullins of Poison and Doreen Running of Frenchtown. The afternoon was spent with games after which • most delicious lunch was served. Mrs. Emma Vandegrift visited with Mrs. Baker at Rollins Monday. Nona Rowan of California is visiting at the E. R. Rowan home Miss Rowan is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rowan. Miss Katherine Mortentine Of Chica- go, Ill., is visiting at the A. it. Dur- ham home. Mrs. Harold Stout and son of Basin. Wyo.. was an overnight guest at the Halfdahl home Friday. Mrs. Stout is an old time friend of Mrs. Hafdahl's. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mutchler and children motored to Kalispell Friday where they spent the day attending the fair. Mr. and Mrs. Max Garbe. Dora and Mabel Garbe called at the A. J. Butt home Sunday evening to celebrate the 7th birthday of little Miss Vera Butt. Mrs. A. H. Durham and sons and Miss Morentine journed to Glacier Park Sunday and spent the day. Leah Rowan returned home Sunday from an all summer vacation. to resume her duties teaching in the Poison school. Miss Rowan and her grand- father visited with Mrs. E. R. Rowan at St. Regis the fore ' , sit of the week I Mrs. H. Carstens of Missoula, Mr. and Mrs. A. Carstens of Chicago and Mrs. Katz of Chicago were dinner guests at the Max Garbe home Saturday. Mrs. C. Pray entertained with a birth- day party in honor of her son's birth- day Wednesday afternoon. After an en- I joyable afternoon of games a most de- licious luncheon was served. Claude Stimson was host to a group of friends at his villa near Rollins Sun- day. Mr. Rhode of Berkley, Calif.. was an overnight guest at John Sanden's Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. Alton visited in Kal- ispell for several days. Mrs. Nina Stimson and Mrs. Zittle I were Kalispell visitors on Saturday. Mrs. Jinks Detrick motored to Somers Monday. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Tills OFFER GOOD It is reported that a large number of tourists as well as Lake county residents are talcir.g adavntage of the trips thru the Bison reserve. It is interesting to know that the highest point in the re- serve , is Red Sleep mountain which is 4.885 feet above sea level. The mows - tam n is intersected by the Lake and Sanders county lines Horace Bixby and Leslie Sterling left last week end for Chicago. They will drive a new school bus back. Back to School Specials! Permanents Reduced to Special Prices For this Event This ad is good for We on any Permanent Wave. or 51.00 on an Improved Type Machineless Wave. UNTIL SEPTEMBER 15TH at Dorothy's Beauty Shop Pnone 791 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 1 hSAJFENVA.1( STORES - 11 - I 2_ I LI SIT I CI NI VW I - 11 - Nris A S. Poison Poison and Ronan. Specials for Friday, Saturday and Tuesday, September 3, 4 and 7 Labor Ray Savings SCHOOL LUNCH SUGGESTIONS Peanut Butter, 2 lb. jar 29c Sandwich Spread, qt. 33c or Salad Dressing Sugar natintk tl .Sfl 10Ipounds $5.89 • PORK AND BEANS Van Camp's Tall, 20 -oz. can, 3 cans 29c Small picnic can, 4 cans 25c Tall 20 -oz. Red Bean, 3 cans 29c Flour Kitchen Craft 49 pound bag $1.98 38 pound bag $3.89 Harvest Blossom 49 pound bag $1.69 98 pound bag $3.29 lot Cwt. Less in 500 lb. lots, Potted Meat, 6 cans 25e • Corned Beef, 2 cans 43c Pork Luncheon Meat, lb. . 30c Vienna Sausage, 3 cans 27c - Veal Loaf, 2 cans 25c Salmon, pink, 3 cans 42c Cheese, V 2 -lb. pkg. 17c Sweet Pickles, qt. jar 29c Dill Pickles, qt. jar 20e Crackers, 2 -lb. box 25c HAMS Fancy Picnics, pound 23c Weiners, 2 pounds 39c Bologna., pound 23c • CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our most sincere appreciation to those who were so kind to us during our recent bereavement. We also want to thank those who sent the beautiful floral offerings. Mr. and • I SHORTENING Case of 48 Cans $3.59 75c 1 MILK 10 tall cans I pound pkg. - 55c Grahams or Sodas i Point n Potatoes, 100 pounds $1.25 Unclassified Tomatoes, per crate 49c Grapes, Concords, 3 bskts . . 98c Grapefruit, Libby's No. 2 can, Case of 24, 52.79 4 Cans 49c String Beans, No. 2 cans, 5 for 49c Case of 24, $2.25 Full Vinegar, gallon 29c Chees ecrea1112c Jars, qts., doz. 93c; pts, doz. . .79c lb. Keer Lids, 3 doz 29c, Caps doz 25c I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by my wife Mrs. Helen Fish- er. (Signed) Lester Fisher.

The Flathead Courier (Polson, Mont.), 01 Sept. 1937, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/sn86075296/1937-09-01/ed-1/seq-8/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.