The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 14, 1957 · Page 10
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Kalispell, Montana
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Thursday, November 14, 1957
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-Club Schedules Tournament Play Members of Kalispell Duplicate Bridge Club plan a teams of four two-session tournament Sunday and a masterpoint session Monday evening. The Sunday tournament will be session scheduled for 1 p.m. Play will begin at 0:30 p.m. for the second part of the tournament. The Monday meeting will be in the Reservation Room of Kalispell Bowl at 7:30 p.m. Results from a regular club session last Monday evening and a inasterpoint play the next evening have been announced. They are: Monday -- Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dickinson, 72; Mrs. The Kaisers Observe ,45th Anniversary FERNDALE (ILNS) -- Sunday guests who helped Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Kaiser in a quiet observation Nov. 10 were Mrs. Dodo Aley and children and Mrs. Margaret Aley, and' Mr. and Mrs. Russell Simonson. Mrs. Herman Meyer and three children of Nampa, Idaho, have 'arrived to spend the winter in Ferndale at the J. F. Meyer and Eldred Meyer homes. Their son, Joe, will enter school in the sixth grade, and daughter, Ruth, is in the fourth grade. Social Calendar -10 THE INTER LAKE, Thursday, November U, 1957 Veterans Day Noted At DAR Meeting Albert Mock of Bremerton, Veterans Day was observed Monday at a meeting of Chief Ignace Chapter of Daughters of American Revolution at the home dangers of communism and threat to the United States. During the business meeting Mrs. M. F. Voelker reported that W. C. Peterson-Max Eiinis, G3 1 /;:. I Those winning masterpoints and r a t i n g points Tuesday were: Mr. and Mrs. Larson, 64V:; Peterson-. Larson, 60; Mrs. Donald Bucking-' ham-Mrs. C. O. Miller, 59M; and Mrs.iR. P. Kelly-Mrs. Robert Sneddon, oBVi. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Mock in Polson. of Mrs. Bessie Chrisinger. the Boy Scouts in the area were i Mrs. Richard Hardie read Kip-'interested in Indian trails in the ling's poem, "Lest We Forget," " " " and Mrs. M. H. Huck, regent, told briefly of its writing. Mrs. Fred May reported that p o J SQn BUYING CHRISTMAS TREES Phone UL 7-2111 OLE LEE, JR. Somers ,, . . . -- iTiuucrji i valley and they were being re- a g e m e n t ior ferred to Mrs. May of Bigfork, ?- gemenc tor DAR member, who has made a study of the trails and mapped many of them. THURSDAY ..,.8 et 40, Mrs. Earl Scovel, 8 p.m. Whitcfish American Legion Auxiliary, Mrs. R. R. Haake. Trinity Lodge, AFAM, Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. Lunch. Royal Neighbors of America, IOOF Temple, 8 p.m. Balloting; entertainment. Flathead Folk Dancers, Russell School gymnasium, 8:30 p.m. Murmuring Pines, Mrs. Dick Baldwin, Coram, 8 p.m. Brotherhood, Bethlehem Lutheran Church, church basement, 6:45 dinner meeting. To hear Dr. Leiv Aalen of Norway speak, church, Toastmistress Club, Temple Tea Room, 6:30 p.m. FRIDAY Modern Trends in Money Man- Terry Gembofa Notes Birthday FERNDALE (ILNS) -- Three- year-old Terry Gembola was guest of honor at a birthday party which his mother, Mrs. Leonard Gembola, gave for him last Saturday. | Invited guests included Ronnie, Darrel and Dennis Smith; Mike, Cheri, Connie and Pamela Woods; Mike, Debbie and Connie Hefron, and Janet Lee and Ronnie Hig- glns. The children played games and were later served an angel food jelly roll cake inscribed with "Happy Birthday." Gifts for Terry arid popcorn balls for the guests completed the day. Whitefish ORG Initiates Two WHITEFISH (ILNS) - Andrea) Guests of the evening were Hollar and Judy Stephens were Claude Gilliland, Mrs. Hussell Initiated into the Whitefish As-,Abell and Frank Stephens. the t h e POLSON (ILNS) -- The Poison Business and Professional Women's Club will hold its annual Harvest of Hobbies at 1:30 p.m. next Saturday. The event will start with a dessert luncheon in the banquet room! o£ the Salish Hotel in Poison and will be followed by entertainment and hobby displays. Council. not only was Nov. 11 Veterans Day. but also the day t h a t the May-! ^' Irs - Leon B. Allen was appoint- flower Compact was signed. ,ed by the regent to represent the She said, "This was the first time that people were to be ruled by self applied principals to live by law and that all men,were equal. I This was the first gbvernment of open vote by free men." She read a speech made by the' the Two donations Mrs. of $5 each were approved for the DAR- sponsored mountain schools, the Kale ' Duncan School and Tam- massee School. A copy of a Sinclair Oil Co. ad- F A L L F E S T I V A L ROAST PORK DINNER BAZAAR at the Eidsvold Lutheran Church Somers, Montana SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16 Serving Begins at 6 P. M. Fancy Work · Home Baked Foods president of the General Society:vertisement to be published in of Mayflower Descendants at the r-ii;r "- 1 ·«·"«--·!«-- -'=--i---j 21st General Congress at Plymouth, Mass., in August honoring the small band of people of whom more than half died during the Naomi Lory, MSU home economics department, home economics room, FCHS, 8 p.m. Open to all homemakers. Drama and Arts Department, Century Club, Mrs. Adrian Adams, 520 Sixth Ave. East, 2 p.m. Crescent Rebekah Lodge, 8 p.m. First nomination of officers, refreshments. Pine Tree Circle, Mrs. Mary Behrman, 437 Second Ave. East, 1:30 p.m. Cornel- The rayon velvet handbag'is" a nice choice for dressy wear. Comes with or without your own initials in gold-colored metal. first winter. She also read exerpts f° r the future. major endeavors, historical appreciation, patriotic service in the present and educational training of a congressional speech by Rep. Joseph Martin of Massachusetts on "Communism" and a speech by J. Edgar Hoover on insidious After the business session Mrs. SATURDAY Make It With Wool luncheon, Temple Tea Room, 1 p.m. ' Style show, 2 p.m. Open to publjc. Luncheon reservations call Flat- Voelker showed slides of Panama Luncheon reservations and gave commentary on them. he ! d Ex tension office. Returns Home DEMERSVILLE ( I L N S ) . --. FLAPJACK FtOim | Florence Parker returned home UIAKfACT GETTING BAST AMD UEAKIA5T EATING GREATIJ Ttw pioRMf of buH*rmllk pancaV* Evergreen Balance and Swing Dance Club, 8 p.m. Guests welcome; bring sandwiches. Beginners' square dance class, Cornelius Hedges gymnasium, 8 last Sunday from a six-week visit East Lake Shore, Thanksgiving in Georgia and Florida. While potluck supper, Yellow Bay Club- in Georgia sheispent time with henhouse, 6:30 p.m. sister, Mrs. William Whitehead. SUNDAY Teams of four tournament, Kalispell Duplicate Bridge Club, Temple Tea Room, first session, 1 p.m. Second session, 6:30 p.m. Recording Artist Marilyn King of the King Sisters, says... "We're in love with our Volkswagen!" Driving a Volkswagen for the first time is as thrilline as a first date. Talc* fh» VnTt-cTM^.,' a Volkswagen for the first time is as thrilling as a first date. Take the Volkswagen Station Wagon, for example. Drives and steers with a light touch. Parks effortlessly. Carries 9 adults or who-knows-how-many children-plus luggage-with uncrowded ease. And best of all, Volkswagen fits a famUy budget like a glove. It gets 25 or miles to the gallon and its the most trouble-free car on the road. Make a date for a test-drive in a new Volkswagen Station Wagon today! With a Volkswagen Station Wagon you save up to Vt on gas and upkeep. Test-drive a new VOLKSWAGEN at your authorized dealer today: RED'S MOTOR MART City Route 7 "On the Strip"-Kalispell SKyline 6-4395 Brevities Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schnell returned last Thursday from a month vacation trip to the Midwest. They visited with Mrs. SchnelJ's sisters in St. Paul, Minn., and with friends in Aberdeen, S. D., and Ft. Dodge, Iowa. The Kalispell couple spent time in Fayette, Mo., with Schnell's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Schncel, and with his sister, Mrs. George Besten, in Moberley, Mo. They looked up some of Schnell's boyhood friends in Glasgow, Mo. Mrs. "W. C. Kirkpatrick Is In Anacortes, Wash., spending time with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kirkpatrick. She plans to remain in Washington until after .Thanksgiving. Kirkpatrick will join the family group for the holiday. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Walter were her brother-in-law and sister, M;r. and Mrs. William. Jerrow of Spokane. Mr, and Mrs. Dick Walter attended the annual convention of Montana Transport Assn. in Great Falls. The meetings were from Thursday through Saturday. Mrs. Francis Keith of Missoula Is a visitor in Kalispell. She is here to celebrate the birthday of her mother, Mrs. Mollio Russell, who is spending the winter at Dillon Hotel. ALIAS SUMMONS 1 In the District Court of the Eleventh Judicial District of the State of Montana, in and for the County of Fiathead No. 14,334 LURA LUE BOYLAN, Plaintiff. * vs. JAMES M."BOYLAN, Defendant. THE STATE OF MONTANA sends greetings to the above named Defendant. YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to answer the Complaint in this action, which is filed in the office of the Clerk of this Court, a copy of which is herewith served upon you in the County wherein you reside and to f jle your answer and serve a copy thereof upon the Plaintiff's attorney within twenty days alter the service of this Suni- mons, exclusive of the days of service; and in case of your failure to appear or answer judgment will be taken against you, by de- I fault, for the relief demanded In the Complaint This action is brought against you for an absolute divorce and for custody of Bobbie Marie Boylan, minor child of yourself and plaintiff; said divorce is sought upon the grounds (1) that you have been guilty of habitual intemperance, ' and (2) that you have treated plaintiff with extreme cruelty by publishing and uttering false charges against her -chastity, and 2) that you have treated plaintiff with extreme cruelty by treating her with mental cruelly. Witness my hand and the Seal of said Court this 29th day of October, 1957. (SEAL) JACIE WILLIS, Clerk of said Court. By NEVA .FQY, Deputy Clerk. JAMES A. GUMMING, Attorney for Plaintiff, 17. E. 6th St.. Columbia,. Falls, Mont. (Oct. 31, Nov. 7, 14, 21; sembly of Rainbow for Girls last Tuesday at the Masonic Temple. Worthy Advisor Karen Tveidt presided. ' Refreshments were served in the lower hall following the session. The next meeting will be balloting on Nov. 19. BIGWIG New England Autumn Supper Salura ay Bigwig Bean Quick Chili Satui Autumn Apple Sauct Crisp ColaUu' 'Boston Brown Brtl Grandma's Bigtvig Pumpkin Pie Whipped Cream Coffee BIGWIG PORK end BEANS PUMPKIN Now you, too, can make a New England Autumn supper as good as Grandma's but ever so much easier with today's superb, BIGWIG Pork end Bean* and BIGWIG Pumpkin. Use the pumpkin pie recipe found on each can of BIGWIG Pumpkin or write to the Big Horn Canning Co., Billings, Montana or Cowlcy, Wyoming far the complete New England Autumn Supper. Try thit cosy, thrifty meal ME ATS SUPPLY WHOLESALE - RETAIL MEATS 32 SECOND ST. WEST = P H O N E 6819 OR 6 7 4 6 = LEAN - SLICED SIDE PORK FRIDAY - SATURDAY - MONDAY PRICES SUGAR CURED - TENDERIZED - NO SHANK - SMOKED PICNIC HAMS 29 MAIN FEO BEEF PerLb. *·} f\r\ GRAIN FED «fej«fe, HINDQUARTERS 3 9 PORK£ HALF _£ 29 U. S. GRADED BEEF JBJ J% £ ! CARSTEN'S LARGE JUICY~ ^~«B^~^Bk~ SIRLOIN STEAK £ 49|FRANKS J: 39 PREPARED IMPORTED LUTEFISK /',\-; «^I jif^i/rl ARM or BLADE CUT BEEF ROASTS C Per Lb. 39 U. S. GRADED BEEF SWISS STEAK Pw GRADE "A* THICK SLICED BACON C Per Ib. COUNTRY STYLE Pork Sausage Ibi. LEAN FRESH . GROUND BEEF 3189 Empire Packed CANNING CO. RVICE , Plenty of ROOM To Park WHITEFISH Just Across the Viaduct We Give S.H. 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