The Flathead Courier (Polson, Mont.) 1910-current, November 12, 1937, Image 4

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Page 4 The Flathead Courier, Poison, Montana Friday, November 12, 1937 The Flathead Courier Official Paper, Lake County Howard K. Hazelbaker, Owner and Editor Non-partisan in Politics Published each Tuesday and Friday at Poison, Montana. Subscription rates 92.00 per year. Entered as Second Class Mail Matter May 10, 1910, at the Post Office at Pol- son, Montana. Social Affairs Jj PRISCILLA STUDY CLUB A 1:30 o'clock dessert luncheon was the offering of Mrs. W. C. Vincent when she entertained at her home last Friday afternoon for members of the Priscilla Study club. An artistic arrangement of pansies and lighted candles formed the center- piece for the refreshment table at which were seated Mrs. H. E. Bixby, Mrs. W. C. Stimson. Mrs. A. L. Graves. Mrs. T. B. Marche, Mrs. J. L. Richards, Mrs. 0. E. Reynolds, Mrs. J. A. Johnson and the hostess. The remainder of the afternoon was spent with an interesting study program led by Mrs. Bixby. HONORED AT LUNCHEON. Miss Mildred Gregg and Miss Alice Brusletten, who plan to leave next Monday for San Francisco. were com- plimented at a luncheon given Wednes- day afternoon at the Salish House by Mrs. Ruth Stevens. Thanksgiving provided the theme for the decoration of the luncheon table at which clever place favors marked covers for the guests of honor, the host- ess and Mrs. L. E. Brooks, Mrs. Carlton Boettcher, Mrs. Harold Kee and Mrs. Frank Fiman. Following the luncheon the honor guests were presented with gifts of re- membrance from their friends. SURPRISE PARTY Members of the Pinochle club and their husbands honored Mrs. M. M. Marcy upon the occasion of her birth- day anniversary with a surprise party Wednesday evening at her home. Following the evening's game, tasty refreshments were served. Those enjoying the affair with Mr. and Mrs. Marcy were Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Burrel, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Adam, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fryhling, Mr. and Mrs. I Jack Welch. Mr. and Mrs. J. Henry Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. William Tiddy. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Tucker, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Loge, Mrs. C. T. Belknap. Mrs. G. W. Kerns and Joe Ahlberg. ASI7CMUS CLUB &meatus club members were pleas- antly entertained Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. H. Mattson, at the (WTI Mrs. T. B. Hardie who had charge of the afternoon's program, gave an in- teresting review of the book. The Attic Room,\ by Mary Johnston. A tasty lunch menu was served by the hostess at the close of the program. Members attending were Mrs. H. I. Johnson, Mrs. John Dimon, Mrs. Hardie, Mrs. A. H. Papke, Mrs. Leon- ard Graves and Mrs. Ray , Mitchell. ' Club members will hold their next meeting at the home of Mrs. Mitchell. SHOWER GIVEN. A very pleasant surprise handkerchief shower was given by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary ladies for their past President Eva Rathbun. at her home Tuesday evening. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening to the following: Pearl Nyberg. Ruby Swanson, Rose Ross. Adel North. Agnes Abmhainsim, Josephine Browne, Wini- fred Johnson. Ella King, Florence Wil- kinson. Minnie Auman, Winifred Forbes, Evelyn Montgomery. Myrtle Torgerson. Ruby Carson. Ethel Kraft. Beverly Au - man, Jacky Demers. Martha Ingram and Georgia Swart. BIRTHDAY DINNER The birthday anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gullings were the in- spiration for a dinner party given in their honor Sunday at the M. J. Mul- lins home at the dam. Those enjoying the occasion with the honor guests were Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hamel. Mr. and Mrs. Delowin McLeod. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Landrigan,'Mr. and Mrs. Schofield. Donald Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Callahan, Mr. and Mrs. Berg. Mr. and Mrs. Christenson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rufnach, Delene McLeod, Donna. Earl, Lois and Tommy Mullins. Mary Lee Landrigan, Larry Gulling, Jerry and Wayne Hamel, Clifford and Leslie Rufnach and Mr. and Mrs. Mul- lins. ' ENTERTAIN PAST MATRONS. ' Mrs. H. E. Rakeznan and Mrs. I. E. I Dunn were co -hostesses Monday after- noon when they entertained with a 1:30 o'clock luncheon at the home of the ; former, for members of the Theresa I Past Matrons club. Order of Eastern Star. . Yellow porn ponis were used as the centerpieces for the prettily arranged luncheon tables at which covers were laid for Mesdames J. A. Johnson, C. E. Reynolds. Sr.. A. L. Meek, Roy Hubbard, H. S. Hanson, W. H. Fedderson, F. L. Neifert, J. H. Cline. H. I. Johnson. W. C. Stimson, A. L. Graves and Miss Hat- tie Fast, meznbers, and Mrs. Ray Mitch- ell, a guest. Following a brief business session the remainder of the afternoon was spent playing auction, high score favors being presented at the close of the game to Mrs. Cline and Miss Fast. MRS. W. Cr — LA UT - HOSTESS. Mrs. W. C: Laut was a hostess of the past week when she entertained Satur- day afternoon at her home at the dam for members of the Octagon club. Those enjoying the afternoon game of contract and the tasty refreshments served by the hostess were Mesdames John Dimon, Bert Koons, H. E. Rake - man, Roy Hubbard, H. S. Hanson and A. L. Helmer members of the club, and Mrs. J. L. Richards, a guest. Attractive score favors were presented at the close of the game to Mrs. Koons and Mrs. Hanson. Charlo Items The Charlo Young Ladies' club met 1717 Delightful Food This is a Grand Place to eat! That's what everyone says who ever dines in the beautiful surroundings and pleasant atmosphere of Ruth's Dining Room at the Salish House. Dinners of Fine Trout, Steak, Roasts and 'many other home -cooked foods are served in a tasty manner. Yes, You'll Enjoy a Dinner at Ruth's Dining Room SALISH HOUSE Wherever you drive.. • I, It's the Costliest kind of driving you do! O NE STOP can waste enough gas to take you 1 / 5 of a mile! That's what makes today's driving, in city or village, so costly. To reduce the waste of stop and go, Shell engineers developed a way to \balance\ gas- oline. This balancing process completely re- arranges the chemical structure of gasoline... makes Super -Shell \digestible\ for your motor, just as cooking makes food digestible for you. At all times, your motor gets the full benefit of Super -Shell's high energy content. Super -Shell is on sale at the Shell dealer in your neighborhood. SUPER -SHELL Wednesday afternoon with a good at- tendance at the home of Mrs. E. P. Miller. Mrs. Burbank was honored who a tea towel shower, the occasion being birthday. c.,t'urge Gilchrist and Clifford Hen- drickson left Monday for Baxnei 0113'. Iowa, to spend a month. Mrs. P. C. Heagg of Ronan spent a few days of last week in Charlo. A basket social was held in the M. E. church parlors Friday evening. A large crowd enjoyed the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Van Price of Ronan are moving the Jimmy Harrison house, va- cated by Mr. and Mrs. Dick Robinson. Mrs. L. L. Fryberger and Mrs. M. Palmer entertained the Cheri° Ladies' Aid Wednesday afternoon in the M. E. church parlors. Ninenteen members were present. Mr. and Mrs. James Hendrickson, Grace Hendrickson and John McNees were Anday dinner guests at the J. P. Staffansoct home. The Parent -Teachers association met Thursday evening in the Charlo gym. A program was given observing both Pioneer Day and Armistice Day. Mr. Crockett. the secretary of the Montana Tuberculosis association, gave an inter- esting talk on the selling of Christmas cards. A benefit social and farewell dance was held Friday evening in the L. D. S. recreation hall for Lucille Lee. She is Mary Porter of Dixon spent the week- end at her home in Chola leaving sooD on a mission to the Cen- tral states. A large crowd attended and an enjoyable evening was spent. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Howell visited Wednesday evening at the Kay Roark home in Ronan. - This book on Africa says there's a tribal custom of sacrificing a young girl to a gorilla. Funny. isn't it?\ \Not so funny. My wife says that's what happened when she married me.\ HE OUGHT TO KNOW. Maw—\No Ezra. remember the way Gars paw ---Think I'll go down and I we used to court.\ send that sailor home.\ I Same Paw --\My gosh! Out he goes.\ Modernize and Insulate Your Home at Low Cost • Where) ('r )ou use A . eatimruomi Insulation Board, )011 find it doing double duty. It is an efficient insulator securing for you comfort and lower fuel bills; Its distinctive finish adds charm and dignity to your home. Thus you can remodel, inodernize, finish, decorate and insulate w ith Al'eatherwood*— at one material cost! And Weatherwood is economical to erect, too. It is easily applied with a minimum of labor. Whatever your remodeling or insulating needs, Weatherwood can supply you with a satisfactory low cost job. WEATHER WOOD INSULATING BOARD TrJ41, Dewey Lumber Co. 3200 Tolson, Mont. USEFUL SAMPLE FREE This sample hot pod for hot dishes is free on request. 1 1.WHERE? UNUSUALFACTS!ABOUT \LOST HORIZON 3. TIME LAKE THEATRE 7 Special Midnight MATINEE 11:15 P. M. (After Reclaim . Show) 2827 Sunday AU Day. 1:00 to 11:00 P. M. Monday Morning, 11:00 A. M. to 3:00 P. M. Monday Evening, 6:45 P. M. and 9:00 P. M. 9 9 2. WHEN? November 20-21-22 Saturday—MIdnIte--Sun.-Mon 4.PRICES7Midnight Matinee AU Seats 40e • Regular Matinee Me and zsc Eveninga 2Sc and 40c 5. MEN AT DAM. . . PLEASE NOTE: Special Morning Show, 11:00 A. M. to 3:00 •A•111•C•E with RAY NELSON and his BAND Saturday, Nov. 13 POLSON AT THE RANCH (Cocktail Bar and Lounge] Admission: Men, 40c, Ladies, 35c DEWEY SERVICE CO. - - Distributors of Shell Products in Poison

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