The Flathead Courier (Polson, Mont.) 1910-current, December 21, 1937, Image 8

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Page 8 The Flathead Courier, Poison, Montana\ Tuesday, December 21, 1 2.2_87. Rollins News Miss Gertrude Bly, of Somers, was a week -end guest at the Roy Tonkin - son home. A team of horses ran away Monday at the Levi Learn ranch. The horses. Miss Wanda Antoine of Dillon. arrived hitched to a wagon, ran into some farm Saturday for a visit at the Elgte Sager machinery and did considerable dam - home. age. Arthur Learn, who was driving. ' was pulled irom the wagon and dragged Weavcr \us a Saturday husi- lor a short distance. but suffered no nes: caller in Kalispell. serious injury. Max Warren of Elmo visited friends Mrs. Mildred Savall and two children here Sun. - lay, and Mrs. Theo. Sayan, were shopping Roy Daley 01 Smilers was a Sunday in Kalispell Tuesday. visitor here Mrs. D. 0. Rogers and son, Dale. ! were Kalispell visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Learn were callers at the R. L. Walker home Tuesday. Mr, and Mrs. Jerome Thomas and Dade Karisgodt. student at the state children were shopping in Kalispell last university is spending the holidays Saturday. at his home here.' A birthday party was held at the Roy Get your tickets for the annual Fire- Tonkinson home Sunday, the occasion men's ball from your local merchant. being the birthday of Miss Ruth Ton- Sale to start December 23. —adv. Frank C. Cuddy left Monday for A group of friends and relatives were Boiese. Idaho. entertained at dinner Sunday, at the Mrs. C. 0. Anderson left Poison Mon - Melville Meuli home, day for Yakima, Washington. Miss Elsie Learn arrived home Friday Chris Lembke of the east shore plans evening from Somers, where she is at- to leave this week for California. tending high school, and will spend Theodore Mullins and Addison Far - the holiday season with her parents, rell, both students at the State college Mr. and Mrs. Adam Learn. at Bozeman. arrived here the latter part of last week to spend the Christ - Proctor Items mas vacation at their homes here. Dr. Riesland the eye sight specialist week vacation this term. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Engle and daugh- ter. Beth. were week -end visitors in Kalispell. Mr. and Mrs. George Ward spent Friday at the George Parsons home. 0 J Antoine of Poison and daughter. Local News Notes Joe Duffield. Logan and Orville Bos- tic and Mrs. Pearl Collins were Wed- nesday county seat visitors. Edward Ronrik motored to Poison Thursday. Mrs. Nellie Tiffany went to Poison by bus Wednesday. Otto C. Uhde, Mr. and Mrs. F. R.. Uhde and sons, Richard and James, spent Saturday afternoon in Kalispell. Miss Florence Weaver was a Poison visitor Friday. Myron Freese came up from Poison Saturday and Ls visiting at the George Ward home. Mr. and Mrs. George Parsons motor- ed to Kalispell Saturday. Richard Ricketts of Kalispell return- ed home Saturday after a several days' visit at the Charles Reed home. Mrs. Louise Graves and daughters were visitors at the. Flathead capital Saturday. William ZeZlezny, who is attending Visual Analysis — Glasses college at Bozeman, arrived here Sat- Orthoptic TreatmeLt urday. He is spencTing his vacation Office over Lake City Grocery with his parents at Lone Pine. Phones: Office, 130: Res. 91K Mrs. Otto Uhde and F. R. Uhde and Poison. Mont. Carol spent Thursday at the county seat. Virgil Weaver came up from Poison Friday. I di 1463 Mrs. J. Muhlethaler and daughter SANTA CLAUS Ellen. went to Kalispell Friday. I Might Be Good To You Tonight The teachers are devoting much time 175 REASONS FOR A toward a program for Christmas eve. GOOD TIME The grade pupils will only have a one may be consulted for finest optical service at the Salish House. January 26-27-28-29.- 50-54—adv. W. J. Burke left this for Lin- coln, Nebraska, where he will be joined by his daughter, Mrs. H. H. Bunts, on a trip to St. Louis, Mo.. to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs Richard Moore. WIEHRDT- SENN Announcement has been received here this week of the marriage of Eli- sabeth Wiehrdt and Harry E. Seim. both of Los Angeles which took place September 20, at LoS Vegas, Nevada. After a honeymoon in the Hawaiian Islands, the couple will return to LOs Angeles to reside. Mrs. Senn will be remembered here as Mrs. Dick Wiehrdt. Order your Xmas Cards now Cards of Unusual Distinction Thousands of picturesque back- grounds symbolic of the season. 1C to $1.00 Each With Envelopes EMORY'S 5. A. B. LEVISEE FIRE LIFE AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Poison Phone 31 • DR. VELTIC118 V. LOGAN OP'I'OMILTRIST New Lake WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY, DEC. 22-23 SNOWS ALL DAY WEDNESDAY 1571 1:::10 to 11:00 P. M. ,4 10111 1 A PLACE on the RAIL as the barrier goes up on the Whopper of all Musical Fun Shows! America'sjoy- rrtenda are becti. again In the grandest entertainment gallop of 19371 More howls. more girls. more song hits than \A Night At The Opera\! Oh boy! A SAM WOOD PRODUCTION Mr. and Mr. C. H. Dexter are spend- ing a few days this week in Missoula. Mrs. Ben Olson and Mrs. Leonard Gentry entertained at miscellaneous shower in honor of Mrs. Douglas Kent on Wednesday afternoon at the home of the bride's sister. Mrs. Floyd Watson. Ten guests were present. The afternoon wits spent socially and in unwrapping the gifts. A luncheon whs served. Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Roork and fam- ily of Ronan spent Sunday evening at the Claude Howell home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Murdock moved Sunday to the A. R. Elliott ranch south of Chart°. Stanley Lathan, Hillie Lathum and Douglas Croft of Ronan were dinner guests Wednesday evening at the R. C. Roark home. Mr. and Mrs. Zaba Baer spent Sun- day and Monday in Missoula where they attended the meeting of the Con- struction repayment commission. R. A. Calkins of Poison spent Friday in Charlo. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hendrickson, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nof us of Leon were Sunday dinner guests at the John FrYberger home in Cheri°. Your Daily Bread Here's a fact home -makers found out long ago— If you want a good rest, if your weary bones ache If you want to stay young, never bother to bake. If vou want your family to be well fed. You need your GOLD CRUST daily bread. Gold Crust Bakery POLSON, MONTANA \What Poison Makes. Makes Poison\ 2192 WANT COLUMN Ads in this column charged as ! follows: Per line first on, 10c. Each additional insestion Sc , per line. Count six words to line. • FOR SALE—Hay, straw, dressed pork. —Home Ranch, one mile east of Poi- son. 48-49-50* We will pay 60c under Spokane prices for good fat young block hogs, weighing 170 lbs. or more, delivered at our plant. —John R. Daley, Inc., Missoula. 43tf FOR SAIE OR RENT 1939 DELIVERY. 80 acre irrigated farms. Fenced, wells, buildings, close to school. 1i of acreage In alfalfa. W. P. Emory. FOR ISAL t E — REAL 11ARGAIN8 IN new and used ranges. %Mikan KW' trio 11t3 10 ACRE IRRIGATED TRACTS, ta MI. off highway No. 93. $450 to $800, school FOX SCARFS FOR SALE Blue and Black Silver Will Sacrifice at a Very Reasonable Price 3 Miles West of Poison CARL JOHNSON Your Westinghouse XMAS GIFTS Electric Roasters (Cooks complete meal) Coffee Makers Automatic Irons Waffle Irons Toaster Sets Sandwich Toasters Heating Pads And Many Other Items 3644 Eddie's Drug Co. YOUR WESTINGHOUSE DEALER 111•1011•11 , bus, mall service. Whole place at at- tractive figure. J. W. Rode, PolsCal. It 00/0400 , :e03 , SPECIAL SALE! \WINTERIZED\ USED CARS DEPENDAB LE sr \ NS , e0 GUARANTEED BY DODGE DEALER'S DEPENDABILITY SEAL LOOK WHAT YOU GET IN A \WINTERIZED\ USED CAR. OR. USED TRUCK At no eeeee charge you get these seven features for winter drivinC. protection: • Brakes serviced • Bat- tery winterised for easy st•rting • Winter grease and oil • Radiator serv- iced for winter • Windshield wiper it.., work. • Safe tire. • Free from usu a l winter troubles. .- COME IN TODAY! Amazing \Maya\ in used cars and nerd trucks that take the worry out of winter drivIng...••ve you \winter conditioning ravened on your present or truck' Dewey Service Co. DODGE PLYMOUTH [SHOW STARTS 1:30 P. M. WED, , , MARX BROS. RED & WHITE—Fancy Solid Pack Pumpkin 2 ?i°1 2 .`s' 23c RED & WHITE—Premium Baking' -Lb. z Bars 29c Chocolate HEINZ Mincemeat 1 2- rn 47c HEINZ—Fig - Date - Plum1 Medium 9 m Puddings oo RED ocI WHITE Cocktail Sauce 12-0z Bottle L e w RED dc WHITE Tomato Juice 13 , -i-oz. 49 Tins C Oysters 2 4 -rins 25c PELICAN—Cove REF? & WHITE HOME STYLE No 24 Pineapple 1 Tin GO Large Luscious Cubes RED & WHITE—The Nation's Finest Coffee 3 -Lb. Jar MART Coffee 2 A Distinctive Blend Lbs. for Crackerjack The Kiddies' Delight Independent Home -Owned Owner Operated 89c 49c Pkgs for 12 C UNEQUALLED! 1314 UNPARALLELED UNSURPASSED! UNRIVALED! Loose words, are these? No, Street One visit to your RED & WHITE store will convince the most skeptical that we have reached an all time \high\ In matchless mouth-watering foods and values for a MERRY cHRISTMAS. Below are some of the items that will make your Christmas dinner table sparkle. We have loads more in the store. SPECIALS Wednesday, Thursday, Fri- day, December 22, 23 and 24. RED & WHITE -g 5-0z Maraschino Cherries . . Bc ' tti '' RED & WHITE French Dressing 1 Bisquick 1 8-0z Bottle 40-0z. Fag 90 Seconds from Package to 0.en RED & WHITE—All Green Asparagus 1 RED & WHITE Corn 1 No. 2 Tot 12-0z. Tin Whole Kernel Golden Bantam, Vacuum Pack RED & pe WHITE—Whole Uneled Apricots 2 No. 2'a Tins 15c 14c 33c 33c 14c 37c RED & WHITE Bottles Beverages 69c Ginger Ale, Lime Rickey, Lemon Sour, Sparkling Water, Club Soda FATul E Stuffed Olives OCEAN SPRAY Cranberry Sauce 1 54 -Os Bottle 2 17-0z. Tins TOP or Dark Chocolates 1 5 -Lb. Box LADY LOU Chocolates 1 3 -Lb Box All New Croy Mixed Nuts 2 Mixed Christmas Candy Lee. for THF RED & WHITE STORES wall The .Sign o a Dependable Store 25c 35c 97c 69c 45c WE HAVE A FINE ASSORTMENT The Owner Is Your Neighbor Lake Theatre

The Flathead Courier (Polson, Mont.), 21 Dec. 1937, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.