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Friday, November 12, 1937 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1937 Page 3 Moiese News Mr. and Mrs,. Charles Kimmel ol Florence. Montana, are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Howell. The Bend brothers, and Obery Men - nett and Jensen Howell left Sunday morning for the South Fork, elk hunt- ing. Mrs. Lorna Penman of Drummond is visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Bennett. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dayton of Stevens- ville were visitors at the Francis home Wednesday. Mrs. Thomas Bowler and daughter Mary of Missoula were all day visitors in the valley Tuesday. Mrs. W. Learry of Butte is spending a week with her parents. Mrs. and Mrs. C. C. Harrington. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Langdon and Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Higginbottom of Miss- oula were Saturday night and Sunday guests at the M. W. Kohn home. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pate!sick, Mrs. Clarence Sperrier, Dixie and Walter and Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Kohn spent Satur- day in Ronan. Mr. and Mrs. McCarty of North Da- kota and Mrs. J. W. Ceder of Missoula were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Kohn Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W W. Francis and daughter Gladys, Ralph and Ed Hough and Ruth Spencer spent Friday fishing at Dee bay. Mr. and Mrs. James Harrington of Butte, former residents of this place, are parents of a baby girl. The Contract club met at the home of Mrs. C. W. Wilfnert Wednesday. Mrs. H. Lyons received first prize and Mrs. L. 0. Smith, second prize. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Thomas's on November 17. The North Moiese Women's club met at the home of Mrs. L. 0. Smith Thurs- day. A very nice crowd attended. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. S. Willoughby. The P. T. A. meeting held at the school house Friday night was well at- tended. Mrs. Ethel Perry was present. The next meeting will be December 3. Valley Creek John Gresswell and Phil Wessinger returned Thursday morning from a hunting trip to the Spotted Bear coun- try. They each got a deer. Irvin White and Wm. Landry did the work at the Gresswell work during the absence of Jim Gresswell. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Mackey were din- ner guests Sunday at the Gresswell home. The children of Lower Valley Creek school entertained at a party Friday evening for the upper Valley Creek school. Many games were played and delicious refreshments served at 10 o'clock. Every one had a good time. Mr. and Mrs. Octave Morigeau were guests at the W. H. Morigeau home Friday evening. Joe Matte attended the football game in Missoula Saturday Mrs. W. H. Morigeau and Mrs. Joe Matte were luncheon guests at the Lad- deroute home in Arise. Charles Gilder former clerk at Boy- er's store has gone to Missoula to work. Word has been received here of the illness of Mrs. Louie Finley, formerly Annie Fyant. A Home Demonstration meeting was held at the Don Fleming home Thurs- day afternoon. The meeting was well attended. North Crow Creek Mr. and Mrs. George Orcutt of Ledg- er. Montana were guests at the Glen McNeil home Tuesday until Friday of last week. The Youngsters of this community en- joyed a party at the clubhouse Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. F. Cole and Miss Tas- mania Cole of Kalispell were guests at the A. T. Baumgartner home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen McNeil and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. French attended the banquet in honor of Senator Wheeler, at Poison Monday evening. A seven -pound son arrived Wednes- day at the Meindinger home on the A. Hooker ranch. M. E. Pickering and Neil De(Jolter were dinner guests at the M. K. Jensen home Monday evening. Wilbur Middleton of Charlo was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Hendrick at their cabin on Safety Bay Sunday. The N. C. C. club will give a benefit dance Saturday evening, Nov. 13. The proceeds will go to the Cemetery Im- provement association. Miss Mary French was a guest of her sister. Mrs. M. K. Jensen, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crannell were guests at the Glen McNeil home Sat- urday evening. Mrs. W. Warren and son, Dale. vis- ited the Bryce Crannell family Sunday. Mrs. J. L. Jones and Mrs. Frank Nordstrom of Ronan were guests of Mrs. A. T. Baumgartner Wednesday. Mrs. Glen McNeil and baby, Miss Mary Zoe Trumbull, William Otto and M. E. Pickering were dinner guests at French's Sunday. Members of the N. C. C. club will be guests of Mrs. 3. D. Murphy at her home Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Don McAllister of Pol- son were visitors at the Hendrick home Friday evening. The N. C. C. club met at the home of Mrs, R. W. Drowatzky Tuesday, Nov. 9. Twenty-three members were present. Guests were Mrs. J. Sousley. Mrs. Frank Roeder. Mrs. Mabel Huffman. Mrs. Hay, Mrs. Arad Drowatzky and Miss Marion Vessey. After the business meet- ing Mrs. C. A. Ahlgren gave a very in- teresting and well prepared talk per- taining to \Education week,\ dealing chiefly with the education of the child of pre-school age. The hostess served delicious refreshments. The next meet- ing will be held November 23, at the home of Mrs. H. Apples. Pablo Community Rev. Bundschuh returned Friday from . Billings where he attended Pas- tor's conference for two days. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sohlien and son, Marvin, and Rev. Bundschuh were din- ner guests at the Henry Lewin home at Finley Point Sunday. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid dinner and bazaar which was held Saturday was very well attended. Ruth Owens and Betty Mae Nelsen visited with Eileen Mutchler Saturday. Mrs. Nelsen, Mrs. Newman and Mrs. Mutchler gave a birthday party at the clubhouse Sunday afternoon in honor of Kenneth Newman, Robert Mutchler and Richard Nelson's birthdays. The hall and tables were very at- tractive in pink and green colors. At one long table with three candle -lit birthday cakes as center pieces, there were seated twenty-three boys and girls besides the honor guests. The Pablo Home -makers' club enter- tained with a card party Friday night. There were seven tables in play and the prizes were won by Mrs. Leonard Mel- ner of Ronan and Mrs. Ed Bch'len of Pablo. The Pablo P. T. A. held its regular meeting on Monday evening. Nov. 8. A very good program was given by the school children. Little Mary Ogle of Ronan sang three songs. Some of the school work that the children have been doing during the pest two months was exhibited. Mrs- T. P. Hafdahl and Mrs. Ed Schlep were business callers in Poison Thursday. Mr. A. Kennedy who has been very sick, is much improved. Mrs. Irvin Ingraham, Mrs. Torn Mars and Mrs. Scott Hall left Sunday on the bus to go to Los Angeles, Cal., for a six -weeks' visit. Mrs. Kyle Grey and son, Marshal, left Tuesday on a motor trip to Cali- fornia. Mrs. Nina Stinison and son. Fred, were dinner guests Sunday at the B. W. Dimmid home at Round Butte. Mrs. Ella Dean of Round Butte vis- ited a few days at the Stirnson home last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. Gregg and Mildred Gregg of Poison were dinner guests at the Stimson home Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Donald McGuire of the Hart apartments have motored to the pumping plant. SHOWS GAS CONTENTS Contents of gasoline and other pe- troleum products sold by service sta- tions in Montana must be posted on at least two analysis charts in each sta- tion, the Public Service commission ruled the past week. The law has been on the statute books for some time but never has been enforced. Horace Casey, railroad commissioner explained. A NICKEL DRINK -WORTH A DIME Bottled By Poison Creamery Poison, Montana SCHOOL OF MINES MAGAZINE TO BE ISSUED SOON Now in its third year of publication. Gluck Aid. magazine of Montana School of Mines, will make its initial appearance for the 1937-38 college year, when the October number is is- sued in a few days. In contrast with the first issue of sixteen pages, which appeared in Octo- ber of 1935, the latest issue will consist of thirty pages of technical papers, news of the college and the student body, letters from graduates of Mon- tana School of Mines and other articles of interest to students, alumni and per- sons connected with the various fields of mineral Industry. PAY TUITION FEES School district may pay proportion- ate tutition fees to other districts when closing their own school houses and sending pupils elsewhere, Attorney General F'reebourn has ruled. School trustees also may charge a reasonable tuition fee for nonresident students, the opinion held in reply to a quiry from John J. Cavan, county attorney of Gar- ield county. All Wool Flannel Lounging Robes See them in our Window HOLDING'S SHOE STORE ces in your engine! No gangway for mere fast -flowing oils. Insiani safety with WINTER OIL -PLATING Long, skinny oil passages. Pinhole filter screens. 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