The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 14, 1957 · Page 7
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 7

Kalispell, Montana
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Thursday, November 14, 1957
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New Ford Tractor John Kearns Heads Cou nty Safety Council John Kearns of the Anaconda] Following a safety movie, "Mir-1 Members o£ the permanent corn- Aluminum Co. at Columbia Falls was elected chairman of the Flat- jliead County Safety Council in a meeting last night at Russell school. acle in Pleasant Valley," the con- mittees will be appointed by the stitution was adopted with an next meeting, which is scheduled amendment calling for seven permanent committees, members to be appointed by the chairman. These Other officers of the Council are'committees are for safety in h!gh- for December in Whitefjsh. Kearn said dues, $5 a year for organizations and $1 per year for individuals, are payable to the treasurer Sol Calvon, Flathead County coro-jways, schools, industrial develop-1 by the next meeting. A copy of the mcnts, homes, farms, recreation minutes of the meeting and the ner, vice chairman; Lewis Card, Anaconda Aluminum Co., secretary, and Arlene Graff of VFW Auxiliary 276, Whitefish, treasurer. and fire safety. Provision was also made for a publicity committee. James Explains Trip to Kiwanis constitution will be member attending meeting, he said. sent to each last night's Two Clubs Stage Achievement Night Spring Creek Lassies 4-H Sew- . -,, -. - , , _..,-_ ,, ,,,,,.,,- ing Club and Spring Creek Live-'the Flathead County High School, ing. The fire was quickly put out,i o f Caro1 Broeder stock Club met in a joint achieve- a capella choir lias in receiving an] the chimney cleaned, and no'dam- Kalispell James told Police Chief Meade the Kalispell Kiwanis Club yesterday of the opportunity Chimney Fire An 8:30 a. m. chimney fire at the Walt Weaver residence, 1025 Seventh Ave. West, called the Kal- _ ispell fire department this morn-' THE INTER LAKE, ' _ November 14, 1957 7-Go-Getters Elect Judy Breeder Judy Breeder was elected president at the re-organization meeting Tuesday night of the Creston Go- Getters 4-H Club. Other officers elected at the meeting in E.Uena Roath's home were Jimmy Overtoil, vice president; Carol Breeder, secretary; Nile Overtoil and Ellena Roath, recreation leaders; Delia Buck, song leader, and Sheila Buck, reporter. The next meeting has been scheduled for Dec. 3 at the home Friday and Saturday SPECIALS POWER FOR PLOWING with four bottoms under many soil conditions is contained in the new Ford Powermaster tractors. A hefty 44-drawbar horsepower makes this the most powerful ·tractor ever offered by Ford Motor Co. It has )0 per cent more power than former models. A 32-horsepower Workmaster class is also offered. Totally new functional styling, brighter headlights, increased fuel tank capacities, new instruments are also features of the new tractors. Kalispell dealer is Sledje Brothers, Inc., 1300 First Ave. East. ment program last week at the Stillwatcr Grange Hall. Following a potluck supper at 7 p.m., Jlobert Farris gave a talk, I "What I Have Accomplished This Year in 4-H." Ronald Thibert followed with a talk on accomplishments in niue years of 4-H work.] A skit. "Hat of Hazards," .showing safety hazards in the home was jpresented by the Lassies. The nar- invitation to attend the World's age was reported. Fair in Brussels, Belgium. James, who is co-chairman of choir parents seeking to r a i s e 1 money to send the choir on the trip, told Kiwanians it would cost about $60,000. He s a i d that pledges from parents and others now total $19,500. He said that several possible ideas for helping finance the trip are being considered and that Sen. Mike Mansfield (D-Mont.) had pledged his support in making arrangements. Jaqies pointed out county agent, passed out achieve-, that the local choir is one of three ment awards and the record books. KEAD THE CLASSIFIED ADS ator was Anita Rideiiour. A film on wildlife was shown and Marvin Costello, associate City to Lease Two '58 Edsels For Police Department Cars Kalispell City Council, at a spec- lal meeting yesterday afternoon, accepted the bid of Jacobson Motors to supply two 1958 Edsels on a lease basis as patrol cars for the city police department. ' Jacobson's bid stated that the! company would "sell" the two cars to the city for $1 each, then charge a rental fee of $99.50 per month per car, with the provision that the cars be sold back to the company at $1 per car at the end of a year. The company also reserves the privilege of repairing and servicing the cars. Vote to accept the Jacobson bid v/as unanimous. Other bids were Garey Motor Co. for two Fords, $148.50 per month per car, and Flathead Motor Sales j for two Chcvrolets, S143 per month p e r car. . ' . . . . Callers League Elects Gingery Paul Gingery of Kalispell was elected president of the Flathead Callers League at a recent meeting. Other officers elected were Gary Scott of Whitefish, vice president; and Evelyn Lavalle of Kalispell, secretary-treasurer. The club will meet today at 8 p.m. at the Fred Hellman home to make final plans for the council dance. By-laws will also be discussed. Members are asked to bring sandwiches or cookies for lunch. Councilman Tom Harmon raised the question of whether the city could lease the cars from a firm outside the city limits and it was pointed out that the city makes many purchases of equipment and material from firms outside Kalispell. Permission w a s granted Vic Croskrey for a temporary permit to erect a no parking to corner sign at Railroad Street and First Avenue West to allow access to property he wishes to use as a parking lot. , The Council also granted permission for two city employees to attend a sewer and water meeting next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at Montana State College in Bozeman. There was a short discussion of lighting in the area near the Imirianuel Lutheran Home. Whitefish Man's Car Leaves Road .Yesterday at 8:30 a.m. a car driven by Frank M. Brown, Whitefish, left the road and" was totally wrecked about fives miles west of Whitefish on Highway 93. Nichols Herriges, a passenger, suffered minor cuts and bruises. The car had hit ice and went off the left side of the road, rolling down a 25 foot bank and coming to rest on' its top. Kalispelian Wins NMC Scholarship Wendy Milier of Kalispell is attending Northern Montana College under an advanced scholarship awarded in the spring of 1957. The scholarship was awarded for the 1957-58 school year on the basis of high scholastic record for the previous year. It amounts to $40 per quarter and is designated for application to registration and 'incidental fees. Miss Miller is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Miller of 1244 Fourth Ave. West, Kalispell. She is a 1956 graduate of Flathead County High School. in the U. S. invited to appear at the Belgian exposition. Buy 3 Ways · Cash · Lay Away · Thrifty Pay Plan OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT 'TIL 9:00 Week-end Specials Architects Meet Kalispell and Missoula architects will attend a joint meeting at The Ranch in Poison tonight. Robert E. Fehlberg, Kalispell architect, will report to the group on the recent northwest regional conference on architects in Gearhart, Ore. Dance Meeting WHJTEF1SH (ILNS) -- Whitefish Wagon Wheelers Square Dance Club will meet Saturday a t ' 8:30 p.m. at the Central School music room. Women are asked to bring sandwiches. Dancing guests are welcome. AlWAYS POPS --FRESH, TENDER 'N'HUFFY PUT IT IN CLASSIFIED AND WATCH IT SELL CLINTON CHAIN SAW JAMBOREE SATURDAY, NOV. 16 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. LADIES' CUTTING CONTEST with Clinton's New Model D4-1H Direct Drive Chain Saw FASTEST CUT PRIZES 1st, $10.00 2nd, $7.50 3rd, $5.00 TAKE Your Choice $20.00 DISCOUNT ON FIRST 2 SAWS PURCHASED COFFEE DONUTS SERVED SEE WORLP FAMOUS DAVE KENNEY PERFORM NOVELTY CUTTING WITH THE NEW CLINTON CHAIN SAWS DAVIS PIPE MACHINERY CO. Telephone SK 6-3318 - 154 North Main Street KALISPELL, MONTANA 2-Pc. Daveno with Rocking Club Chair 2 PC. Davenport Set 2-Pc. Sectional All covered in long, wearing Nylon and Viscose Selection of Colors Complete With: · 2 Decorator Table Lamps · 2 Step Tables · V Coffee Table · 9x12 Cotton Rug A COMPLETE HOUSE FULL OF FURNITURE 8 to 9 Pieces for Only 299 95 WITH TRADE THESE ARE LOVELY NEW PIECES WE'VE JUST RECEIVED OTHER SETS AS LOW AS 199 MAIN STREET FURNITURE 2? MAIN ST. PHONE SK6-3686 JUST RECEIVED! More of those One to Ten Yard Pieces OUTING FLANNEL Yards ·it BOYS' KNIT PJ.'s e Reg. 1.98 e Sizes 6 to 16 $166 1 MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS · Reg. 2.49 · Sizes T4'/£ fo 17 $188 1 REDUCED TO CLEAR! ALL LADIES' Fall Winter Dresses Group 1 Group 1T Group 111 Tops in Surfacing Conolite LADIES' WINTER COATS · Regular 29.98 22 BOYS' - HEAVY WESTERN JEANS · Sizes-6 io 16 $177 1 44c sq Reg. 69c sq. ft. Now *t*ft ft. Perfect for do-it-yourself jobs on counters, tables, benches. Complete color range in solids or patterns. HARDWARE DEPARTMENT Heavy Duty Sander Reg. 64.95 Now 44.44 Famous Skil brand. Lightning-fast orbital sander gives quality results on home sanding jobs. Not as illustrated. POWER TOOLS DEPARTMENT Parchment Invitations Reg. value 1.75 dozen 65c doz. Smart party invitation cards in parchmenf finish. Line is being discontinued so shop early. CHINA SHOP Smart Accent for Fall Belts ni^aii i i ^^^ 50c *. $ 2 Reg. values to 5.95, now JVl» to Selected group in fabrics, jeweled types and leathers. FASHION DEPARTMENT Special Purchase! Men's and Ladies' BEDROOM SLIPPERS Felts All Sizes Fancy Satins Values to $2.98 NOW $ 1 · I ',*- Close Out Line Christmas Cards Reg.75c e a c h . . . . 35c each Ultra modern cards and envelopes decorated in holiday motif. CHINA SHOP ONE GROUP LADIES'SHOES FINAL CLEARANCE! · Values to 5.95 · irokfr. $i«» Now $ 177 Easy-Care Cotton Dresses Reg. 6.95 to 10.95, now. 2,. $ 4 Dan River plaids, checks and drip dry prints. Good selection of colors and sizes. FASHION SALON FREE coffee in our Hardware, Department every Friday night from 7 to 9 p".m. ALWAYS BETTER BUYS AT GAMBLES KALISPELL MERCANTILE COMPANY

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