The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 19, 1957 · Page 9
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Round Butte Girl Wins Trip * To National 4-H Congress , POLSON (ILNS) -- Miss Mary Jane Madsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ove Madsen of the Round Butte area of Lake County, has Train Crashes Info Building MEDFOHD, Mass. (UP) -- A crack Montreal-to-Boston train, the Red Wing, jumped the tracks near a trestle here today and plowed Into a four-story brick building. At least one person was killed and scores were injured or shaken, police said. Two cars of the combination Boston Maine passenger-freight train left the tracks and rammed Into the Converse Rubber Co. warehouse. MIA Schedules Arts, Crafts Work Hazel Ostrom, president of the 3ocal Montana Institute of the Arts branch, has announced the start of an arts and crafts workshop for local MIA members. First meeting of the workshop will be Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the basement lobby room of the Kali- 'spell Hotel. Mrs. Kay Guest will instruct in Highway 2 Officers been awarded a trip to the National 4-H Club Congress, to be held in Chicago Dec. 1-5. There she will be Montana's representative in the National 4-H clothing awards program and will also be competing for one of the 12 national 5400 scholarships to be awarded. Miss Madsen .has completed nine years of 4-H work as a member in Libby and Ronan clubs. She is a member of the Queen Cooks 4-H Club, which is under the leadership of Mrs. Gene AJked and Mrs. Ove Madsen. While, clothing has been a major interest in her 4-H work, she has also carried out projects in foods, home Improvement and junior leadership. In Lake County, Bliss Madsen has received many awards at the fairs. She was winner of the best wardrobe exhibit for two years at the Lake County Junior Fair and in 1955 and 1956 was a delegate from Lake County to the State 4-H Club Congress at Bozeman. Martin City Lions Plan Yule Party MARTIN CITY (ILNS) -- The Martin City Lions plans a Christmas party for children of the community. Expense and work of the party will be shared by Hungry Horse Post 9932 of the VFW. copper enamelling at the meeting., 1 The Martin City Theater is do-! nating use of its theater for the' Poison Firms Hire Older Applicants POLSON (ILNS) -- Employers in Lake County who have recognized the value of obtaining experienced, capable Vvorkers are hiring an increasing number of older workers, according to Chauncey Biffle, manager of the Polson office of the Montana State Employment Service. Biffle said that of 96 nonr agricultural workers hired through the Poison employment office in October, 23 or nearly 24 per cent were 45 years of age or older. In _ THE INTER LAKE, Juesday, November 19, 1957 9- Authorities Identify All But One of Crash Victims LONG BEACH, Calif. (UP) -Authorities today had suceeded in identifying all but one of the bodies reclaimed from the sea following bodies and 14 cartons of wreckage of the plane. ' Coroner's deputies, 'FI identification experts from "Washington the Nov. 8 crash of a Pan-Amer-! ? « d Civil Aeronautics Bureau ican Airways Stratocruiser between San Francisco and Honolulu. Identification of the recovered victims began yesterday immediately after the aircraft carrier agents checked hand bags, wallets and fingerprints to identify 18 of the 19 bodies. One was that of the pilot. Thirty-four passengers and eight addition five of the older workers*Philippine Sea docked with the crewmen were on the luxury plane had some physical handicap. ····' " '-J '-- "-- - ' - - · · Commenting on the work characteristics of the applicant groups, Biffle said the older worker has the advantage of prior work experience-which is valuable to an employer. He also pojnted out that the handicapped person, properly placed, has built an outstanding record of work performance and attendance on the job. Of the industrial workers placed through the employment office in October, 64 were hired in the Christmas tree industry, construc- ._;when it crashed, less than a half hour after it had radioed a routine position report. After recovering the bodies and some debris, the Navy called off the search Friday after establish- RONAN (ILNS) -- The annual lng a " 9 per cent certainty" that Ronan Music Club Sponsors Contest Old Time Fiddlers' Contest is nt survivors Plane were scheduled for Saturday at 8 p.m. in af ? oa t somewhere in the thousands Ronan. Sponsored by the Ronan High School Music Club, the contest is the oldest annual event of its type in, western Montana. Contestants are drawn from all for of square miles of search area. On return yesterday, the bodies were taken bulances to in police escort am- a morgue. Mrs. Ostrom said that members attending may work on any art or craft project they wish, if not desiring to do copper enamelling. The workshop differs from MIA- sponsored classes, in that it is open to MIA members only. However, ELECTED OFFICERS of the U. S. Highway No. 2 Association at a meeting in Williston, N.D., were Palmer Rusten, Williston, "president (seated); William Sweetlancj, Kalispell, secretary-treasurer (left), and George Finch, Duluth, Minn., vice president. Also shown (right) is George Johnston, Minot, N.D., retiring president of the Association. Member-states of the Association are Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Idaho arid" Washington. ,. , , , o , , ,, ,, ... over western Montana to vie tiontook 13, households 6 public the grand prize and for the utilities o, government and retail p r j z * Jn t trade 3 each, and logging and ' lumbering 1. In addition, 39 farm I workers were placed in October, most of these workers in the po-j dance with both old-time and mod- tato harvest, Biffle said. party and a free movie. The Lions club recently presented checks for $25 each to the Martin City and Coraro Parent- Teachers Associations and also has Auxiliary and Canton Meet voted $50 each to the fire depart- met Saturday Ladies Auxiliary Patriarchs Militant and Flathead Canton No. IQ anyone not now a member may at- ments in the three communities tend Thursday's meeting to meet of Martin City, Coram and Hungry the group and ascertain member- «hip benefits, Mrs. Ostrom said. Name Warf HELENA (UP) -- An eight-man coroner's jury last night found that Raymond C. Toll died of gunshot wounds and that the "gun was held in the hands of Joseph Warf." The jury recommended the 33- year-old Helena' hairdresser be held for trial in the First Judicial District Court. Horse. The money donated to the fire departments will be used as the departments see fit. · IOOF Temple evening fop the in the annual I ture. the annual Christmas party to be held next meeting night, Dec. 14. Exchange of gifts is to be a fea- Thanksgiving turkey dinner. Mrs. Harry Fisher, Mrs. Lawrence Gullings and Mrs. J. T. Smith were in charge of the dinner. The tables were decorated with fall decorations. Members frbin Poison, Whjtefish and Kalispell were present, as well as Mr. .and Mrs. Virgil Cox of Fort Benton, special guests. At the business meeting which followed, Miss Jacie Willis, presi- Murder Charge BILLINGS (UP) -- A first degree murder charge was filed in District Court yesterday _ against Walter Brady Watts, 48, who allegedly, shot and killed Mrs. Nach Arndora, 25, with a shotgun from a distance of 10-feet early Sunday morning. Annie Get Your Gun Set for TV Mary Martin and John Kaitt will head the cast for a two-hour production of "Annie Get Your Gun" . . . ,. ... ,, _, on NBC-TV, Nov. 27, co-sponsored dent of the auxilla n' presided. «-- " · -- -- .... _ .r First nominations of officers was held. Plans were completed for Brig. Gen. "Virgil Cox, president of the Patriarchs Militant of Montana, of Fort Benton, made h|s official visit to the Flathead Canton. He addressed the Canton. A social hour followed the meeting. Marriage Licenses Flathead County clerk of court Class Learns Holiday Songs LASALLE (ILNS) --'"Pupils of jern music. The proceeds will be Mrs. Lola Thompson are busy used to take the Ronan choir and learnin S songs for Thanksgiving over 50 and under 50. Following the contest will be a Round Butte Boy Wins Hereford POLSON (ILNS) -- Leop Fink, son of I^r. and Mrs. 1/Qrin Fink, a member of tfye Round Butte Future Stockmen's Club, was award- has issued marriage licenses to [ed a Hereford heifer as the 4-H Clyde L. Praye, 21, of Jtalispell! member with the most outstand- and Doris M. .Weed, 18, of Big-'i n g'beef project in Lake County, fork; Ronald |C. Kerce, 20, and The ^ jfer wag donated for the award by Al va Turner, Valley View rancher, now deceased. baud to the district and state music festivals in the spring. THE DAILY INTER LAKIS W B. Swcctland. Editor and Publisher Published daily (except Saturday) and Sunday by Inter Lake Publishing Company. 410 First Avenue West KallspelL Montana. Entered as second class matter at Pott Office. Kalispell. Montana. Member of the Audit: Bureau of Circulations and Vernpn M. TJJirhammer, 46, and Mattie G. Kahn, 38, of Coram. The average London comrrjuter Leon has been active in 4-H work for eight years and through }Us club work in livestock has of registered by Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. and Pontiac division of General Motors. Station K.GEZ - TV, Kalispell, will be, the only Montana station carrying the show arid jt will also T R O Y (ILNS) -- Jessie Lou be seen on KHQ-TV, Spokane. Dempsey, junior , claSs Program time is 9:30 p.m. to 11:30 Troy Queen p.m. ; The Irving Berlin musical includes the songs, "Doin' What Comes Nat'rally'" and "There's No Business Like Show Business." was crowned queen of the annual Troy High School carnival last Saturday. ' . . . . For Its size, the weasel is one of the world's most savage animajs, TOO LITTLE, TOO LATE ia the way w6 Dodge dealers feel about competitors' effort* to match the Swept-Wing 58. They lowered the roof some, but left the eides high. Their --,· windshields got smaller while ours got bigger. So much for styling. Then, for another .-,,'- important comparison, take ride. HereSs Dodge with Tonrion-Aire suspension that jmt ;' about everybody admits ia the greatest advance in sway-free, dip-free, silent going that any ear offers. So what do these other cars do? They borrow an air suspension system that's been used in butet for two years! (Costing well over $100.00 ex^ra.) And most of 'em etui don't have push-button driving--much leas Dodge TorqueHit»--th» proven automatic transmission. If you're a tittle disappointed in the '6$ version Of your, car, come on in an4 see our Swept-Wing 68. The othWs aw catching on~but they can't catch up. See Swept-Wlnfi 58 by Dodge at HIMS-WOHLWEND MOTORS, Inc., 102 First Ave. East travels 3,939 miles on 47S trains in built up {its herd the course of a year. I rjerefords to 35. : - MPS) One Segment of the Staff of the Glasgow Courier,. Glasgow, Montana everu one of fc .» ^^J * is highly satisfied BLUE SHIELD "There are 17 of us in the group here of the Glasgow Courier, who are members of Montana Physicians' Service-- Blue Shield "We have had this coverage since January of 1953, each and every one of us is highly satisfied with Blue Shield. "Our group membership has provided each family involved" with medical-surgical-hospital protection that we couldn't provide for ourselves without great financial strain. Thisgroup principle of protection is the best." JOE HOCKING, Publisher Subscription Prices Carrier Rates Dai!; Sunday, one month $ 1.7$ Daily Sunday, one year 21.00 MAIL RATES PAID ADVANCE. In Ivjontana -- where carrier service is not available -- 1 year 15,00, 6 mo. 8.00. 3 nriQ. 4.00, I mo. 1. SO. Mail service within carrier area at carrier rates only. Mall outside Montana, one year) 21.00, one month 1.75. ' are also planning to establish a toy corner by bringing toys from home and writing stories about them. They were shown slides last Tuesday on wildlife and mineral resources. Mrs. Duane Qlsen surprised the class by bringing gaily decorated cupcakes and ice cream in honor of her daughter Cheryl's birthday. Last Friday the students made potato print covers for their Weekly Readers. Personal Loans To Fit Your Needs First National Bank Ralispelt. Montana * See our Lionel Train Display -- new locomotives, new cars, new accessories. ; P R E - C H R I S T M A S SALE Save 33%% Special savings this week only on locomotives, cars and accessories. Hie MEDICAL-SURGICAL-HOSPITAL plan operated by MONTANA PHYSICIANS' SERVICE TI '«ni ·-i i Blue Shield Box 1677, H«l*na, Montana District Manager LESLIE COCHRAN Phone SK6-5070 P.O. Box 113 Kalitp«1l, Montana Rotary Beacon -- Just like real airplane beacons! Light revolves constantly, powered by Lionel's exclusive "Vibrotor" . . . beam's green in one direction, red in the *j f\f\ other., Reg. 4.50. NOW »5.UU Automatic Block Signal -- As train passes signals automatically change from red to green. Can be used to control second train in two train operation. Reg. 5:50. NOW Banjo Signal -- An unusual crossing signal with automatic action. As train gets near red light flashes and a banjo arm swings to and fro. Action stops as train passes. Signal 7Vz" high. Reg. 5:50. NOW "O" Gauge Remote Control Track Set--This track is used for uncoupling cars with remote control couplers and operating remote control action cars. Same length 00") as "O" straight track. Includes two-button controllers, 3-foot connecting cable. Reg. 4.75. NOW Tank Car -- Aluminum'and black color of Sonoco Oil Company. Fine detail. A familiar sight on all of the big lines. Car 9" long. Reg. 4.95. NOW............... Gondola Car--Cargo carrier with removable barrels. Moulded body, steel underframe. NYC markings. . ' -O Ort Car 10% inches long. Reg. 4.95. NOW .... ... O.OU Operating Milk Car -- Pneumatic slow-down feature gives milkman realistic movement. Hanged roof ·» /\f\ hatch lets you reload cans. Reg. ( !o.50. NOW '/ «VA/ Bay Window Caboose -- Modern window design with catwalk." Caboose 10" long. Reg. 5.75. NOW . Figures for Cattle-Car -- 9 figures in a box Reg. 1.00 box. NOW ii 3.30 Toy Department KALISPELL MERCANTILI COMPANY £ v §£,, ·tf

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