The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 18, 1957 · Page 6
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Thank You! -6 THE INTER LAKE November 18, 1957 MRS. DUANE HEDINE, secretary of Whifefish Jayceens, presents a check for $250 to James Heckathorn, president of Whitefish Jaycees, for the State Park fund. Smiling their approval are Bob Sullivan, second from left, and John Bartleit, right. The Jaycees recently purchased 12 acfes of Whitefish Lake frontage from the Whitefish Rod and Gun Club. It is being improved by the two cluos and will be turned over to the State of Montana. The check represents part of the proceeds Jrom the concession handled by the Jayceens for the stale regatta on Whitefish lake on labor Day University Series Circle Plans Bazaar [At Meeting FEKND ALE (ILNS) -- Planning the annual auction bazaar scheduled for the evening of Dec. 7 was the main business of the day for (he Feriirlale Sewing Circle last j week. I Hostesses were Mrs. Orville Weed and Mrs. Robert Wells in the home of Mrs. Wells. . Fancywork and sewing items are' to be on auction, followed by games and a social time. Pie and j coffee will be served. The event is to be at the Circle Center for the first time, instead of at the schoolhouse. Each member is requested to bring a pie and a prize for game awards. Mrs. Russell Simonson, presi- jdent, presided at the meeting at which members .voted to contribute $10 to the current Red Cross drive. Individuals wishing to donate to the drive may leave their donations at the store, Mrs. Simonson said. . * | Mystery friends were disclosed 'and new names for the year drawn. The club's Christmas party was set for Dec. 12 at the home of Mrs. Earl Ferguson with a gift exchange. Mrs. Fred Butterfield and Mrs. Jim Woods were appointed to make up Christmas candy sacks for all pre-school chil- ' drcn iu the community, which the circle always gives at the holiday party. Mrs. Margaret Aley of Blgfork was a guest at the meeting. Whitefish Jayceens Elect Mrs. Markus WHITEFISH (ILNS) -- Mrs. Robert Markus was elected president of the Whitefish Jayceens for tlie coming year Thursday at the home of Mrs. James Heckathorn. thorn. t j Others- elected .were Mrs. William Nagle, vice president; 'Mrs. Lee Brooke!, secretary; and Mrs. John Austin, treasurer. «These officers will be installed Dec. 5 and take office in January. ·Discussed by the group was a project for city betterment. Guest speakers at the meeting were William Smithers, Flathead County polio drive chairman, and Jay Kilpatrick, Kalispell chairman. The KalispeU men told of plans for the January drive. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Markus and Mrs. Fred Stacey. 'Polly Pacific' Gives Hints For Decorating, Entertaining WHITEFISH (ILNS) -- Thirty Whitefish women attended the Friday meeting of last weekend MSSM Student Visits Parents EVERGREEN (ILNS) -- Edwin Speelman who is attending the Montana School of Mines in Butte, was home for the weekend. Butte Woman Visits on East Shore EAST LAKE SHORE (ILNS) -- ^ Mrs. Hal Bolton of Butte \spent 1 ?", the Red Cross drive fa white several days here visiting at the' fislj ' Mrs ' A ' E ' Carr President, home of her brother and' sister- re P° rted a f 'nal tally of $788. in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence of the Women's Club and h«aru "Polly Pacific (Geane Kinser) in n program on "Holiday Hints." Many helpful and attractive ideas both in cooking and decorating were given. A film and displays completed the program. For those who wish to go into outdoor holiday decorating in a larger way, patterns may be obtained from the lumber yards, the speaker said. During the business session, projects for city betterment were discussed and a final report made on the Red Cross drive In White- Shade and with other East Shore t friends. She came to the Flathead ' lo attend funeral services Monday at Kalispell for LeKoy Cranston. Mr, and Mrs. Carl Knutson and son of Havre have been guests at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Knutson on Har-'in Spokane, mony Road. The lace covered buffet table was decorated with a horn of plenty and other Thanksgiving appointments for the coffee hour, which concluded the afternoon. Hostesses were Mrs. John Sagen and Harry Hein. Mary Beth Spears will give the program at the next meeting in Reeves banquet room on Nov. 22, Mrs. Willis Randall and son, Rick, of Missoula, were visitors at the home of her parents, .Mr. 'and Mrs. Clarence Gryde of Solberg Drive. MRS. ROBERT MARKUS MRS. NAOMI LORY, instructor in home economics at Montana State University in Missoula center, shows Miss Lillian Tubb, county home demonstration agent, left, and Mrs. Ethel Miller home economics instructor at Flathead County High School, right, a swafch of material with hand- blocked original design made' in a home economics class at MSU. Students also design the garments that are to be made of the colorful material, according to Mrs. Lory. She spoke Friday eve- "!^c°" '' Modern Trends in Mone Y Management for the Family" in the home economics room at FCHS. This program was the fir,st in a series planned by the home economics department at MSU. Bruce Brown, MSU instructor in home economics and sociology, will be heard in the second of the series in December. Dr. Lyenda! Kotschevar is department head at MSU. Stork Shower LIBBY (ILNS) -- Mrs. Henry (Buck) Nelson was the honor guest at a stork shower recently when ;1G relatives and friends, gathered [at her home. An evening of entertainment was enjoyed by t h e i " group. Refreshments were served! by the hostesses, Mrs. George Earle Saint Stephen was Jr. and Mrs. Everett Nelson. Christian martyr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Larson have returned to their home here iicKv« uuuiuei room on INOV. z;j, after spending a couple of weeks' at 2:45 p.m. Her topic will be r _ _ , . '"Desegregation." The regular business meeting will be at 2 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nelson have'"°1f Ses0for th £ c ° ffeo hour wil1 recently returned to their home at'Sf MrS " ° S( T .^ nutson and M«- Blue Bay after visiting for a short j Mal ' garet Lockr 'dge. time with their son, Glen Nelson , " ~-----and family, at Billings. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS Malt Brill of Hot.Springs was a recent guest at the Boyd Sherman home on Edgewood Drive. Vacation Trip DEMERSVILLE (ILNS) -- Mr. and Mrs. David Miller are spending a two-week vacation in Los Angeles. the first Mrs. Grady Reports On Educational Aid Aid of the Federal Government is available to children of the nation's war dead who desire to attend college, Mrs. Vivian Grady, chairman of the education and -scholarship committee of Flathead Unit of the American Legion Auxiliary, lias reported. To qualify for this aid, the children, with some exceptions, must be beUvcen the ages of 18 and 23, ;md their father must have died during war service or as a result of such service after honorable discharge. "Applications should be made as quickly as possible, Mrs. Grady said, since considerable time is required for processing claims for this aid," Mrs. Grady said. "Take the long view and stay in school." This is the advice being given by the Education and Scholarships Committee of the American Legion Auxiliary to boys and girls of Kalispell who might be considering dropping'out of school before completing high school or go- ing to work instead of to college. I The auxiliary is cooperating in a national "stay-in-school" campaign being sponsored by the United States Departments of Labor, Health. Education and Wel,fare, and Defense, according to Mrs. Grady. The purpose of the .campaign is to cut down the loss of talent and skill caused by too many young people dropping out of school too soon. "During the past year we have learned from the Department of Labor that more than one million young people 16 and 17 years old are not enrolled in school," said Mrs. Grady. "Forty per cent of the boys and girls who start in high school drop out before graduation. Fifty per cent of the most capable young people do not continue their education beyond high school." "Industry and business need more and more highly trained workers. The Armed Forces must have well educated, well trained men to handle the complex modern Birthday Club EVERGREEN (ILNS) -- Mrs. Douglas Bush entertained the Harmony Road Birthday-Club recently with Mrs. LaVaughn Gilbertson as the honored guest. Those present were Mrs. Gevrge Anderson, Mrs. Dick Vegter, Mrs. John Speelman, Mrs. Clifford Knutson, Mrs. Art Ottenbacher, Mrs. Boyd Sherman and sons, War- ,ren and Myron, and Mark and Bruce Gilbertson. Rikkwa Club Meets With Mrs. Bonnet Mrs. Charles Rankin and Mrs. C. H. Scherf presented a lesson program on Thanksgiving dinner table arrangements at a Monday meeting of Rikkwa Club at the home of Mrs. Alpnonse Bonnet. Using a communion' service theme, "These Thy Gifts," Mrs. Rankin made a table setting for holiday use by using a wooden tray with a sheaf of wheat, p decanter of wine and a round loaf of bread. Mrs. Scherf made two arrangements. The fir.st was of fruits and vegetables on a silver tray and the other was of a banana, lemons and grapes on an antique blue Bristol footed compote. During the . business session plans were completed for a potluck luncheon and Christmas meeting at the home of Mrs. Orle Isaacs. During the holiday meeting the group plans to make Christmas wreaths for Kalispell convalescent homes and to partially prepare pine cone for candle holders. They will be presented to pupils in Opportunity School to complete as a Christmas project. Social Calendar MONDAY Kappa Alpha, Theta Alumna; 7:3 ° p ' m [Club, Mrs. Paul Bowman, 8 p.m. (rehearsal, Linderman gymnasium, Kalispell Duplicate Bridge Club, master-point p l a y , Reservation Room, Kalispeli Bowl, 7:30 p.m. Lilian Peterson P-TA, 8 p. m. Program on folk music by Maro jButcharr. Mothers of fourth grade jpupils to serve. MIA ceramic class, Mrs. Hazel Ostroni instructor, basement lobby room,; Kalispell, Hotel,;.7:30 : p..in. World War I 'Auxiliary of Bar- Triple L Home Demonstration Club, Mrs. Ralph Hanford, 704 Sixth Ave. West, 1:30 p.m. Election of officers; white elephant sale. TOPS, 1035 Sixth Ave. East, 7:30 p.m. White Shrine of Jerusalam, Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. Card, party for Masons and their wives, after meeting. Flathead County.Women's Democratic Club, Temple Tea Room, -- « ~ T . « -^r T-T-TITT T-* i : . -.V .. ^trtHV *^1UU, - i t U I I U J t ! A VA J\VOin, racks. J62, VF\V Downstair?. Ha.ll, 8 p . m . D . Gordon Rognlien, «CurJ ,8 p.m. Entertainment^ lunch. | r e n t Pomical Problems"; dessert. Edfferton P-TA, auditorium, 8' p.m. First Aid demonstration; refreshments. , TUESDAY Dandy-Lions, 233 Fifth Ave. WEDNESDAY League of Women Voters, general meeting, Mrs. H. E. Simpson, Buffalo Hill, 1:30 p.m. Hospital Volunteers S e w i n g East, 8 p.m. Mrs. Gordon De-j Grollp community Room, Kali- Young and Mrs. Orle Isaacs, "Ta-'gpeu General Hospital,' 9:30 a.m. ble Decorations." Frances Willard WCTU, Mrs. T. V. Carpenter, 393 North Main, 1:30 p.m. Note change in meeting place, guests welcome. to 3:30 p.m. Note change in date. Past Presidents Parley, American Legion Auxiliary, Mrs. Ev- Berns, 560 Fourth Ave. West- North, - 8 p.m. MIA oil painting: class, basementi Flathead Area Square Dance lobby room, Kalispell Hotel, 7:30 Council, Hellman's residence, 8 . Edward Bailey, instructor. MIA jewelry and metalcraft class, basement lobby room, Kalispell Hotel, 1 p.m. Mrs. Hugh Hockaday, instructor. Chapter C, PEO, Mrs. A. A. Dodge, S p.m. p.m. Bring sandwiches. Edgewood Homemakers, M r s . Donald Dahl, 7:30 p.m. Evergreen Better Homes Home Demonstration Club, Mrs. Rocky Koerper. Meet at Ed Varholdt weapons. The professions are requiring a steadily increased number of highly educated experts to provide services for our growing population. \ "The young person who drops ;out of school too soon is. beginning life under a heavy handicap. Opportunities for good jobs and advancement are practically closed to him. The American Legion Auxiliary is joining with other organizatons in urging young people who have stopped school i to work to go back to school," the committee chairman said. . D. G. Rognlien To Speak At Club Meeting D. Gordon Rognlien will speak 'on "Current Political; Problems" at a meeting Tuesday of Flathead County Democratic Women's Club. The meeting is scheduled for 8 .p.m. in-Temple Tea Room. A dessert course is planned. Whitefish members of the club will be in charge of the program. Club officers invited all interested county women to attend the club session. Theta, First P r e s b y t e r l a n i Church, ladies parlor, 8 p.m. Elec-j tion of officers. Chapter AB, PEO, Mrs. Charles Baldwin, S p.m. · i Oro y Plata, Mrs. Don Green! 8 p.m. j Flathead Symphony Orchestra,! Ihome for rides, 7:45 p.m. Your Watchmaker knows watches -- let him help you select yours at Bjorneby Jewelry E X C L U S I V E L Y FDR WOMEN D E N T A L N U R S E S S C H D Q ! 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