-12 THE INTER:LAKE, Tuesday, November 12, 1957 Eastside Grange Receives Plaque DeWilt Clark , presented a plaque for second place in the state i'or work of the community service committee at Friday night's meeting of the Eastside Grange. A cash prize of $75 will also be given the grange. Clurk made the presentation in behalf of Winton Weyderueyer, state master. Vcrn Stewart, community service committee chairman, reported his committee plans several projects for the coming year. The recreation committee said it is plaimning a carnival and party for Dec. 7 at the hall and a pancake supper the same evening. Committee in charge of the annual public dinner said plans' are complete for the Nov. 16 event. Hours will be 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Executive committee had; charge of the lecture period, which started with a guessing contest on names of birds. Bill McClaren of the Flathead County High School faculty spoke on vocational guidance. He said the program started with eighth grade graduates with foundation Â·work in English and mathematics. He said it-is augmented in agriculture, art arid commercial subjects. Students are given tests and I.Q. examinations and efforts are made to determine their likes and dislikes and to discover their problems. A total of 180 seniors were given mental and dexterity tests recently, looking forward to employment or college. A record file is being kept of all students throughout all grades to help study aptitude interests. McClaren said his group gathers data on scholarships available and tries, to find the student qualified to receive such scholarship and to see that he gets the opportunity. Thousands are offered each year. He also warned parents to beware of college course salesmen who annually solicit for poor or non-existent colleges. Their records can always be traced by calling the high school. He said many persons have made payments, but have received nothing for their money. McClaren said businessmen are called in to give talks on their own field for first-hand information. Individual counselling is provided and still there are some who find their place by trial, he said. In speaking of the growth of Flathead County High School, he said that by 1962, the school may have 1,600 or 1,700 students and a split shift for classes may be' necessary. Even now there is Girls Work On Sewing Projects EUREKA (ILNS) -- Home economics department of Lincoln County High School reporls that Home Economics class I is cutting out Ilannel pajamas, learning the parts oÂ£ the sewing machines and learning how to make flat fell seams. The Home Economics 3 girls cut out and have started sewing on their projects. Gloria Heibein is making a charcoal gray corduroy jumper, Nancy Douglas, an orlon and wool peacock blue .box suit; Betty Clark, an orlon and wool blue box suit; Lorna Johnson, a pongee sheath and linen duster; Mary Frost, a yellow corduroy juniper; Dolores Rein, a pongee sheath and linen duster; Glenna Erickson, a light | blue silk and rayon sheath; Myrna Alavana, dark brown corduroy jumper. Elizabeth Stevens, a red and some schedule staggering, with classes starting at 8:15 a.m. and some ending as late as 4:15 p.m. The school welcomes past students checking on credits for graduation or college entrance, MpClaren said. Final number on the program was a short skit by the executive committee, with HolliSi Young, Luther Logan, Harry Campbell .and Mrs. Dorothy Clapper in the cast. Maverick Tops Sullivan Show NEW YORK (UP) -- "Maverick,' a ' one-hour ABC-TV western that Overlaps the first hall' of CBS-TV's Ed Sullivan Show,' out-Treudexed the king of Sunday night TV, the ratings showed today. "Maverick," which made its debut on ABC-TV on Sept. 22, pulled a 21.3 Trendex to Sullivan's 19.0 in the 8:00 to 8:30 (EST) slot. Steve 'Alien on NBC-TV registered a 17.3 Trendex in that period. It marked the first time that a regular ABC-TV show has succeeded in knocking off CBS-TV's Ed Sullivan in that time spot, a spokesman jfor ABC-TV said. "Maverick," Â· which stars James Garner in the role of a wandering gambler, has- been knocking off Steve Allen fairly consistently in recent weeks. Last week, "Maverick" chalked up a 20.4 to Svllivan's 22.9 in the half-hour of (heir competition. Allen had a 15.4 Trendex. i "Maverick" also out-Trendexed 'CBS-TV's "Bachelor Father" (14.3) and NBC-TV's "Sally" (10.2) in its 'first half hour with a 22.2 rating. Daniel Webster was born in a two-room log cabin near Franklin, N. H. gray plaid jumper;'Jerl Zumbrum, a gray-blue dacron dress; Rosemary Torres, a blue wool plaid 'straight skirt; Thelma Kautzman, a cinnamon b r o w n corduroy straight skirt; Alice Quirk, an or- lon and wool turquoise plaid skirt; Frances S'rark, a figured peacock blue cotton dress and I jacket. g jobs and small, electricity works hard for us... if s a real bargain at 38$ a day' ... says Mrs. David Sanders of Columbia Falls f ' ' ' . . . . . . "Naturally, I enjoy all our appliances for the pleasure and convenience they give me. But with small children in the house, I'd say my washer and dryer do the most work and save me the most time. I think it's wonderful that electricity can do all these jobs for us for only 38$ a day.": By making generous use of Pacific Power's low-cost electric service, Mrs. Sanders and her family are enjoying better living for just *a few cents a day. Thousands of Flathead Valley homemakers agree that Pacific Power electric service is today's biggest bargain. Families here use more than Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·Â·IHplMiBiMiMlBBI ' , twice as much electricity as the average American family:--at .rates far belowthe national average. ArÂ« you living better electrically? Shop of your electric appliance dealer's for the many work , Â· . - ! . ' . and time-saving appliances that help'you get the most from your electric service. c I.IG-HT 4dr Your Â£kctric Apprianu Dealer Akwt Better Wing. ..Electrically For just 38$ a day, the five members of thÂ« Sander* family make full use of Ihes. electric appliances: ' r ^ Rang* Â·, J$ Washer jfi Wol.er Heater 09 Dryer 'Â·-Â·, Q3 Refrigerator 05 Television Â· jjQ Fry Pan 03 Radio , [8 Mixer ^ Lighting Â£9 Sewing Machint 89 Vacuum Cleaner gj Coffee Maker 8 Iron )8 Toaster 53 Space Heater How many of these appliances work for you in your home? 7 ' ' ' Â· ' ; . . 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