The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 20, 1957 · Page 12
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 12

Kalispell, Montana
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Wednesday, November 20, 1957
Page 12
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-12 THE INTER LAKE, Wednesday, November 20,' 1957 Girl Scout Officials Outline Aims, History of Program The 1958 Cadillac Legis to Host Aims of the Girl Scout organization and its history in Kalispell were outlined for members of the Kalispell Lions Club at the luncheon meeting yesterday. but it continued its moral-build-! ing, teaches a democratic way of work and provides group activity. She explained Scouting offers three age groups: Brownies, 3 to Miss Marie Hubbard, executive'10, specializing in a "play pro- director of the Girl Scout Coun-!gram"; intermediates, 10 to 14, a cil, and Mrs. S. I. Larson, volunteer worker, spoke to the group. Miss Hubbard told the club Girl Scouting offers a "program of program of ranks and badges and progression through skills; and seniors, older girls, a program of specialized interests. I guidance." She said the program' Miss Hubbard explained that had changed much over the years, the entire program is based on a code of ethics which the girls promise to uphold. With the growth of the movement, Miss Hubbard said Scouting Is conducted on a business-like basis, in fund campaigns and in One hundred and seventy-four Kalispell elementary school students will receive music awards tomorrow evening, during the annual Award Concert to be presented in, Linderman gymnasium I HELENA (UJP) -- Eugene Tid- worked in the land, legal and con- and was d'scharged with the ran) ball, 27, a native of Billings, yes- t l ' a cts department of !he Trlgood of sergeant. terday was appointed to the S7 500-,° n Co ' in Casper,-Wyo. I In his new job, Tidball will b 1 vpar nnst nr O vor.,,i;,, ,i- t ' Htf J ' s man ' jed lo lhe 'former,charged with coordinating activi. ' f n t t h / M n n t ? · ? · rf c t o r |Marcia Oechsli of Butte. They'ties of the Council -- among tlicit , f m the Montana Legislative Coun- have two childl . en . ! sludies of the state Pris( f n and An Army veteran, he served in other governmental units with an ie armed forces, during 1948-49 eye towards efficiency. v»^ ·*·* -, "* JA -- -- ,-^r · . ' " * ' ^ t^- 5 ?*-' ~.^«GSA.^?-..v.xa,. oJ«x»TM(X/^-. Aijx ^ - ,^ f ? /· THE 1958 CADILLAC shows a long, low design in the Sedan de Ville. Highlighting the styling are the spending of money. She point-, the dramatic tail fins which give a feeling of grace and motion to the car's appearance. Another ed out that national and inter- new feature of the 1958 Cadillac is the rear ventipane windows. The ventipanes improve rear national organizations are re- passenger visibility and add length to the car's appearance. The "long, broad-shouldered" look is apparent throughout the entire Cadillac line for 1958. Kalispell dealer is Henricksen Motors, sponsive to the wishes of the local groups. "The strength in our program lies in our volunteers," Miss Hub- 412 Main St. | Council Chairman David James l (D-Liberty), in announcing the appointment, said Tidball would begin his duties here seven days . before the next regular meeting ' of the council. Tidball will be employed by the Council on a "continuing basis," James said. His tenure will be subject to the discretion of the Council. The last Legislature created the 12-member, bi-partisan Council to delve into problems of state government. There are six slate representatives and six state senators on the Council Tidball is a 1948 graduate of Billings Public High School and holds degrees from Montana State University in business administration and law. Since completion of his law studies in 1955, he has B.P.D.A.A. WE'LI. DEMONSTRATE... Come see Studebaker-Packard's all-new Hawk-inspired styling. See America's lowest-priced, full-sized car, the Scotsman ... the famous Hawks . . . the all-new Pack- ords! Then guest-drive the one that suits you best. Do it-- today! (1,1) Studebaker-Packara , KALISPELL SERVICE CO. 401 First Ave. E. -- Kalispell, Mont. at 8 p.m. " ] bard said. "The ratio of profes-' These students from the sixth,; sionals to the volunteers is veryj low and the professionals serve in an advisory capacity." Mrs. Larson said she lias been a Girl Scout volunteer for the last 16 years. She pointed out that seventh, and eighth grades earned awards through their participation and achievement in the summer music program sponsored by the Kalispell public schools. The musical organizations app e a r i n g - i n tomorrow night's pro( e d in 1929 at the Temple Tea. Whitefish stores will remain gram are the 70-piece sixth grade,Room. In 1930, the first camp was open during the evenings of Nov.! Sets Christmas Hours . shopping hours were decided upon I the Kalispell Girl Scouts organiz- tall at a meeting of the Whitefish Re- band, the 45-piece seventh grade band, the junior high string sextet, and the junior high concert hand of 61 eighth grade and 20 seventh grade students. staged at Whitefish Lake. In 1943, the Scouts took part in the flag ceremony at the Lions district convention in KalispelL "The girls of today are the wo- V C L J UU gl t t V t t O ^ U V 4 W 4 I V»T. , _ . - - - » _ _ _ _ Selections to be presented by TMen of tomorrow and they'll be I the sixth grade band include "The | rearing our grandchildren," Mrs. Organ," "Skaters," "Little Polka," "Mexican Hat Dance," "Viva la Compagnie" (featuring the various sections of the band), and "Faith Larson said. She asked for help from the men of the community with the program.. The club voted to have an eve- The play of .Our Fathers." grade band will Leader Mountain "Storm King Overture. seventh: ning meeting Dec.. 3 "Patrol for a discussion of club projects March" "Hi" Rock Candy and club business. Dr. H.. W. C. 1 '"" "^ Wcls leu LU TM anQ ^°- in" TMl? Festival" and Newberry' of Evergreen, , zone Se ,f le ^ n ^ S - ^ he com *TM* S-'--·ATM^,,;.»Th« rf ^ chairman, announced th-' npxf will, apply to the federal govern- The string sextet will follow with "Barcarolle" and "Three Blind Mice," with the junior high concert band concluding the program with chairman, announced zone meeting will be Dec. p.m. at Phil's Cafe in Woods Bay with trie Bigfork Lions host. "Storm King March," "Wedding of , It was also announced that the extensive use of lead, mostly for the Winds," "Kije's Wedding"; District 37D from the Lieutenant Kije Suite by ProKofieff, "The Banana Boat Song," and "Everglades Overture." The sixth grade band and the junior high string sextet are un- Sunday at noon with District Gov. Art Lundrigan of Cardston, Alta., in- charge and with representatives expected from pincher Cr.eek, Waterton Lake and der the direction of Donald D. is! Raymond, Alberta, and Evergreen, bell. The seventh grade band and · Kalispell, Whitefish, Plains, Su- the junior high concert band are perior Ronan, Misoula and Ham- directed by Maro Butchart. There will be no admission charge and the public is invited. Work Progresses On New Church WHITEFISH (ILNS)--Construc- tion of St. Peter's Mission of the Lutheran Church, Missouri Synod, Whitefish, has been proceeding ing during the fall by volunteer labor of members of the congregation. Men working with Walter Van Als'tias and Henry Patterson have now enclosed the building and have put insulation in the walls and completed laying the floor. Tuesday evenings have been designated as work nights, when families oE the congregation will go to the church to do finishing work. Painting will begin shortly^ now that the heating and plumbing have been installed, and meetings are expected to begin in the church in about one month. ilton Whitefish Gets Bridge Promise WHITEFISH (ILNS) -- B r a d Seely, chairman of the Highway 2 Citizens Committee, accompanied by Dr. Robert K. Schroeder, Tom Siliers and H. E. Wells, was in Helena last week conferring with Gov. J. Hugo Arouson and Fred Quinell Jr., chief engineer of the State Highway Commission. The engineer promised the delegation that the first project let in District 1 at the'beginning of the next fiscal year in July, 1958, would be for a new bridge and fill across the Whitefish Hiver, south of town. The estimated cost of the proj- ct amounts to $130,000. Miss Streeter Attends Meetings EAST LAKE ; SHORE (ILNS)-- Lake County Sen. Bertha- Streeter attended the three-day Legislative Council meeting . in Helen? this week; Monday: the local legislator attended a meeting of the Prison Committee, of which she is a member, and Tuesday and Wednesday she was . present at the Interim Committee meetings. Stops Heart Gas r 3. TIMES FASTER 2USftIl?uW k £tt'^25'*?«£l.'ste«; * l « 29 and Dec. 6, 13, 20 and 23, according' to Dick Zerr, secretary of Sewage Contract 20 Shick EVERSHARP INJECTOR RAZOR BLADES Reg. or Slim styles. Exquisite new. designs _.'.. (ILNS) -- At meeting of Whitefish City Council, disDnsa1 fnr ec tTnd Co ment for-a loan to cover the costs ANTlHISTlJMINI . TABLETS WITH AP.C. ITAMIN c Romans ars credited with first Paisleys WATER SOFTENER water pipes, according to the En- lew Bayer HJ4SAI SPRAY With Neo-Synephrine BUYING CHRISTMAS TREES Phone TJL 7-2111 OLE LEE, JR. Soniers TABLETS With Vitamin C. Bottle of Delicately perfumed. 2 Ibs. 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