The Flathead Courier (Polson, Mont.) 1910-current, November 19, 1937, Image 8

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Page 8 The Flathead Courier, Poison, Montana CARLOADINGS HIGH Montana's carload freight shipments were 30.453 in September, which is 90 more than 1936, but 5,663 less than 1935, the railroad and public service commission announced. Ore shipments and stone to Fort Peck made up a large part of the freight business. — Social Affairs FAREWELL DINNER. A family dinner was given at the L. L. Marsh home last Sunday in compli- ment to Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Busey who left the following day for Ionia. Mich., where they will reside. Those attending with the. guests of honor and Mr. and Mrs.. L. L. Marsh, were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Busey and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Duff of Missoula. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Marsh and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Marsh of Poison. ENTERTAIN AT DINNER. Women of the Poison lodge of Moose entertained for their husbands at a dinner given Tuesday evening at the I. 0. 0. F. hall. More than 50 attended the banquet which was followed by the regular meeting of the lodge. The lodge will hold an initiation of new members at a meeting December 7. LADIES' AID SOCIETY Mrs. .7. A. JolMson and Mrs. A. H. Papke were hostesses at a 1:30 o'clock luncheon given Wednesday aft- ernoon at the Johnson home for mem- bers of the Baptist -Presbyterian Ladies Aid society. During the later afternoon's meeting Mrs. A. L. Meek gave an interesting and well prepared missionary article entitled, \The Kentucky Mountain- eers.\ and a pleasing vocal selection was rendered by Mrs. Howard Jones. The next meeting of the society will be held at the home of Mrs. W. C. Stimson with Mrs. SUroson and Mrs. Bob Carson entertaining. The Rainbow Girls will give a dance this evening At 9 o'clock in the Masonic temple. Music will be by Marg's swing band. The dance will be informal. FAREWELL BREAKFAST Miss Mildred Gregg and Miss Alice Brusletten who left Sunday for San Francisco, were complimented with a farewell breakfast given last Friday morning at 10 o'clock by Mrs. L. E. .Brooks. at her new home. The prettily appointed breakfast ta- ble held covers for the guests of honor. and Mrs. Frank Fiman, Mrs. Ruth Stevens, Mrs. Harold Kee. Mrs. Carlton Boettcher and the hostess. The Dance of the Month club will hold the second dance of the winter season Friday, November 26. from 9:30 until 12:30 o'clock in the Masonic hall. Members are urged to participate Friday, November 19th FUN BEGINS ill A BANG! isAo t Do uGl...ss 00 106°°°\ Saturday Matinee 1 to 5 ).,E RANDALL RIDIRSMAIWN — PEGGY KEYS 1 • 6y u Sat. Nite, Sun. and Mon. NOV. 20-21-22 \LOST HORIZON Read the Big Ad for PARTICULARS Tuesday, November 23 SPEED I ACTION I ROMANCE I wow - THATKILIS Charles Quigi-y Alia Hayworth A COLUMBIA riCrUag Wednesday and Thursday The comedy hit of the year . . . \I'LL TAKE ROMANCE 44 with Grace Moore and Randolph Scott FAREWELL DINNER The home of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Brusletten was the scene of a no -host dinner given Tuesday evening by a group of friends for Mr. and Mrs. Lee Grady, who left Thursday to make their home in Los Angeles. Decorations suggestive of Thanks- giving were used in the decoration of the dinner tables at which places were laid for the members of the recently organized young women's card club, at which Mrs. Grady was a member, and their husbands. Those attending with Mr. and Mrs. Brusletten and the honor guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Reis, Mr and Mrs. Roy Cramer, Mr. and Mrs. William Gregg, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Bosley, Mr. and Mn. Harold Lowman and Mr and Mrs. Carlton Boettcher. REBEKAH CIRCLE MEETS Mrs. E. S. Ferrell and Miss Elaine Erther were co -hostesses when they en- tertained Monday evening at the home of the former for members of the Re- bekah Circle. The evening was pleasantly spent with handiwork after which a tempt - Mg collation was served. This was the first meeting at the winter season for the group. Those attending with the hostesses were Mrs. Hilda Yarlett. Mrs. A. M. Snyder. Mrs. B. D. Wolfinger. Mrs. Ed Domer, Mrs. Al Hepp, Mrs. Ed Pray, Mrs. Harold Lowman and Mrs. E. White CARD PARTY GIVEN Members of the Catholic Ladies' So- ciety held their second card party of the winter series Monday evening at the J. E. Broom home. A large attendance enjoyed the even- ing playing cards, after which tasty We've Got To Make Room Fdrt-Wriktmas - Merchandise...We MusTaifilOtOck ...We Must Do It Fast! So We%/e Re- priced It... 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DEMON HOSTESS Members of the Octagon club enjoyed a pleasant meeting Tuesday afternoon as guests of Mrs. John Dimon. Those enjoying the game of contract and dainty refreshment menu served during the afternoon by the hostess, were Mesdames J. H. Cline, Bert Koons, H. B. Hanson, H. E. Rakeman, R. B. Hubbard, W. C. Lout and A. L. Helmer. LIND-THOMAS Proctor: to The Courier.—A wedding Of interest to this community was held In Kalispell at the Methodist church parsonage Thursday, Nov 4, when Miss Auda Lind became the bride of Oliver Thomas. Both young people are well known here, the groom having spent most of his life in this vicinity, and the bride coming here several years ago with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Lind, of Dayton. After a short wedding trip the couple will be at home to their friends near Proctor, the groom being an employee of the Meuli logging outfit at Lake Ronan. 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The Flathead Courier (Polson, Mont.), 19 Nov. 1937, located at <http://montananewspapers.org/lccn/sn86075296/1937-11-19/ed-1/seq-8/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.