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Thursday. September 23, 1937 THE FLATHEAD COURIER, Pehien, Montana PAGE FIVE St. Ignatius to Start Gridiron Season Fri. St. Ignatius: To the Courier -- Coach Deeney of the Mission High school an- nounces that the first football game of this season will be next Friday, when the Ugh school squad will clash with the Independents. This promises to be an exciting game. On the following Fri- day the grid team will meet the Ronan high team at St. Ignatius. Other games and opponents will be announced later. Election of class officers and dele- gates to the student council was held Friday at the St. Ignatius school. Of- ficers elected to the council are: Presi- dent, Howard McKinnon. vice presi- dent, Gus Pinsoneault; aecietary-treas- urer, Jean Kerns. Senior delegates are Howard McKinnon, Lawrence Anderson and Gus Pinsoneault. Junior delegates are Jean Keno and James McCarthy. The sophomores are represented by Jean Mullenberg and the freshmen by Phillip Johnson. Senior class officers are James Drew, president: Charles Lemery. vice presi- dent and Evelyn Nafus secretary-treas- urer. Junior class officers are Peggy Medaris president; Evelyn Rognrud, vice president and LaVon Hudson, sec- retary. Officers in the sophomore class are Lawrence Randall, president; Alnora Nuse, vice president and Hazel Ran- dall, secretary -treasurer. The freshman offices are Vivian 'Mitchel, president; Joe Buckhouse, vice president and Regina Thin, secre- tary-treaeurer. The student council met for the first time Thursday afternoon and selected a paper staff, somposed of editor Geral- dine Watt, assistant editor LeVon Hud- son, business manager Clifford Cason, assistant business manager Merle Dix- on and senior leporter Aileen Jovin. With 20 more students registered at the close of this week's attendance, a new high mark has been reached in the total enrollment of high and grade pupils in St. Ignatius. Principal Crump expects the registration lists to reach the five hundred mark in the very near future. LOCAL RESIDENT WRECKS CAR IN FOG NEAR KALISPELL WED. J. I. Carson of the Wardrobe Clean- ers had the misfortune of wrecking his truck near Kalispell Wednesday morn- ing. According to a telephone message here, Mr. Carson was uninjured but the truck was badly damaged. None of the details of the accident were learned except that he was un- able to see due to the fog which visit- ed the upper part of the valley this morning and his truck struck loose gravel at the edge of the highway and went into the ditch. Recent Weddings Carlson - Maier' Miss Patricia Carlson, daughter of Mrs. Joe McClure of the Poison dam and Fred Meters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maiers of Missoula, were united in marriage last Saturday at Spokane. Sunday evening the couple were hon- ored at a wedding supper given at the home of the bride's mother. More than 25 guests, relatives and friends of the couple, enjoyed the affair with the hon- or guests. Mrs. Meters formerly resided at S. Ignatius and is a graduate of the Sacred Heart academy at Missoula. Mr. Malers is a graduate of the Mis- soula county high school. The couple will make their home at Bonner. JACK WITHERSPOON, POLSON ROY, MARES GOOD Mr. Jack Witherspoon. a recent student of the Kininan Business Uni- versity. has accepted a position in the office of the National Biscuit Company of Spokane, Washington. Mr. Witherspoon is a son of Mrs. A. C Bets of Poison, Montana, and Is a graduate of the Poison high school. He was an 'moor student while attending ICBU. New classes start at the Klnman Business University October 4. It would My you to write for a free copy of an Interesting booklet entitled \Planning Your Future.\ The Kitunan Business University re- funds all tuition paid any time during the first month if the student eget sat- isfied with the school. Aedress Presi- dent J. I. Hinman at Spokane, Wash- ington for free Information. —Adv. Dodge Merchants Attend Meeting and Preview New Cars For tte-to-the-naoment information on automobile developments, more par- Ucularty on the question what the mo- tor car industry will bring forth for the new sesame none of our local motor car merchants will have much of a jump on Mr. Brooke of the Dewey Ser- vice Co. Mr. Brooks has just returned from Seattle where he participated in a con- ference called by officials of the Dodge Division of Chrysler Corporation and attended by a bzge gathering of deal- er* and dealers' representatives. The dual purpose of the !betting was to review the 1037 activities of Dodge dealers operating In the territory and to discuss sales and service plans for 1938 in advance of the automobile snows at which first-hand knowledge of what is newest In automobiledom will he shared by the general public. \I was surprised,\ Mr. Brooks mid on his return, \at reports read at. the meeting of large numbers of retail or- ders that'are being placed 'sight -unseen' by customers who have yet to see the new models for which they have al- ready signed up. I regard this action on the part of so many motorists not only ad a significant tribute to the man- ufacturers, but as a business iign that augurs well for our future. \However the most important part of the meeting,\ Mr. Brooks admits, \was a privileged preview of 1938 Dodge passenger cers, several just -finished Namples which had been specially ship - lied to the conference from the factory. Though the cars imprested the dealers who saw them by their obvious, eye -fill- ing beauty, no public statement of me - chemical changes and innovations were offered. These details,\ says Mr. Brooks, \will be revealed at 'announcement time' when Het whole story of the new Dodge, fink be WM to the public.\—Adv. Leon and Vicinity The Leon Farm Union Juvenile met at the clubhouse Friday evening. After a short business session, weeds were mounted in notebooks, a review lesson was given and the leader told the origin of the Farm Union. B. Vold has just completed drilling a well at his place. One is being drilled at the H. Johnson home now. Miss Dorothy Peppard spent the week end at her home. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Kerns of Poi- son were Sunday evening callers at the James Kerns home. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Nafus were Mis- soula business visitors Friday. Miss Jean Kerns spent Wednesday and Thursday with Alice Sukovsky. Mrs. M. Crisswell and Mrs. R. A. Randall will be hostesses to the Leon Ladies Aid at the Criswell home Wed- nesday afternoon. Mrs. Chas. Norberg entertained the Leon Ladies' Aid at her home on Crow Creek Wednesday. During the business session plans were completed for the Harvest Horne supper on September 2e A social hour followd, at the close of which the hostess served refreshments. Those present were Mesdatnes T. B.1 Williamson, F. H. Lee, J. Kerns. M. Thorshiem, M. Lowenstein, H. F. Peter- son. C. B. Hogan. R. A. Randall, P E. Delaney, A. McDonald, 13 Maynard. J. Jensen and C. Billings. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Olsen left Friday for a motor trip to Spokane. Miss Gertrude Stiff returned recently to the C. B. Hogan home after spending the summer with relatives at Bowman. Miss Roe Olsen, Lester Olsen and Clyde Tellers motored to Butte Friday. Miss Blanche Vold spent the week end with Alice Sukovsky. Miss Mary English spent Saturday night with Jean Kerns. ARLEE BOY JOINS THE NAVY; IS SENT TO SAN DIEGO 0. J. Eldridge of Arlee, is one of the 46 boys from the Inter -Mountain area who has successfully passed all final exams and has been enlisted in the U. S. Navy. After enlistment the new Navymen were entrained for the Naval Training station at San Diego where they will complete a three-month per- iod of training prior to being assigned to duty on board ships of the U. S. fleet. Charlo Items About 300 people were present at the first Parent -Teachers' meeting of the season which was held Thursday even- ing. Miss M. Jackson was elected secre- tary -treasurer. After a business meet- ing F. I. Erwin gave a welcome address to the teachers. Two piano duets were played by Betty Biggerstaff and Alan Fryberger. Mrs. Angus West sang a solo. The new school house was open for inspection. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Sandford left Fri- day for Spokane where they will spend several days. Mr. Casperson and son, Bob of Nam- pa, Ida., spent from Monday until Wednesday at the Elliot Casperson home in Charlo. George and Bill Porter returned fi vm Butte Thursday. The Charlo Young Ladies' Club met Wednesday at the home of Miss Inez Homer. Ten members and one guest were present. Mrs. Russell Wilson was voted in as a new member. A spelling bee was held in which Mrs. Jack Wil- son won first prize. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Harah spent Thursday in Camas Hot Springs. Mrs. J. L. Johnson, Mrs....Tom Dillon and Leah Stott were Poison visitors Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Foy and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Hendrickson home. Mrs. Carl Wendel left Friday for Keven where she will visit her aunt. Mary Porter of Missoula spent the week end at her home in Charlo. Miss Porter plans to open a beauty shop in Dixon this week. She is a graduate of the Beauty School in Missoula. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Keller of Big Fork spent Wednesday at the H. C. Keller home. The W.S.A. class of the Charlo Sun- day school met Tuesday eeming at the home of Miss Elinor Jaten. After a business meeting games and lunch was enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Watson and fam- ily left Friday for Milk River where they will visit Mr. Watson's parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Wamsley mo- tored to St. Regis Wednesday. They re- turned the same day. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Dexter left Satur- day for Denver, Colorado, where they will visit their parents. Beauford Foy spent a few days of last week in Missoula. The Charlo Women's club met Thurs.- day afternoon in the M. E. church par- lor. A' ht lunch was served. Mrs. Mary Cook left for her home in Livingston Monday. Mrs. Cook is Mrs. Dick Robinson's mother. She has spent the past week In Charlo. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Howell left Tugs - day for Dillon where they will spend a week. Mrs. James Hendrickson acoom- panied them as far as Anaconda. Vernon Nat us who has been employed at Moccasin and Robert Erwin, whose employment has been at Sunburst, re- turned to their respective homes Sat- urday, to spend a few days before leav- ing for college at Bozeman. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kaiser spent Wednesday and Thursday of last week visiting friends in Kalispell. The first opening of the L. D. S. Mutual was held Friday evening in the L. D. S. recreation hall. A short pro- gram followed by dancing was the eve- ning diversion. John Vanover, who is employed in a Forest Service camp, spent the week- end at the home of his parents in Char - lo. Don Butcher. H. Nelson and Dick Robinson spent Sunday at Flathead lake. 'f '‘. 1 !'‘‘ ' 9 ! ‘f kf ?\ 1, ' ' 9 ' A l Shop at Your Leisure HUNDREDS of families shop through the pages of The Flathead Courier each week before going to town. They know that reputable merchants offer specials in reputable merchandise each issue and it takes only a few moments of reading to find the right place to select the articles they want to purchase. IT MAKES SHOPPING A REAL PLEASURE. You, too, can save much time and trouble by reading the latest offerings of merchants in the columns of the Flathead Courier from week to week before going downtown. It will give you an idea of where to go to find the things you want at the price you wish to pay. The Flathead Courier is the only place where buyer meets seller in the atmoipbere of the home.