-1 THE INTER LAKE, Thursday, November 21, 7957 Whitefish Cub Pack Meeting Draws 94; Awards Presented WHITEFISH '(ILNS) -- Ninety-1 stratum. Skits and demonstrations. Jour cubs, parents and friends were present at the November meeting of Cub Scout Pack 28 last Thurs- making up the program, illustrated much of the cub scout achievement work. Awards were: Bear badges to POLSON (ILNS) -- The Poison Chapter of the Future Farmers of America will sponsor'a talent night Whitefish Seeks . Â· i Â· Recreation Center Himsi Attends 1 Red Cross Meet I Matt Himsi, member of the Red Cross national board of governors, returned this week from a quar- program at the Lincoln auditorium WH ITEFISH (ILNS) -- A loca-1 school basketball program. Plans! terl y meeting of the board in Wash- Friday. More than 25 persons will participate in dance numbers, twirling routines, vocal solos and duets, , . . . -.-.--- - :. muntcable disease'report on influ- 'tion for a recreation center andjfor the new location call for a'" 1 *' 1011 ' D.C. |enza with 808 new cases for the meeting place for Whitefish youth | juke box, ping pong, pool tables' The meeting, which covered week ending Tuesday. Kalispell Tops Entire State In Number of Flu Cases "1 Â· HELENA UP) -- Kalispell led! Other figures listed for com- the State Board of Health's com-'municable diseases showed 50 Association. A location for use in the near Hours tentatively' considered are 4 p.m. to:5.p.m and 7 p.m. to 10 day evening in the Methodist Church parlor. Eddie Hemminger and Brad Knuth; Twenty-one awards were pre- Lion badges to Charles Cowan, sented to 15 cubs during the cere- Arthur Schafer, Ronnie Howell, _ - . _ . . . . . . , mony which was centered around John Lamberson, John Kajiwara,' f n d c ^sh.prizes will^be awarded in fi sn Central School gymnasium, ,JUct with home_study time. Parent many experts and staffs of spec- the thenve of "Achievements." Elaborate displays of work done in eacli of the ranks of cubbing humorous readings and skits. The entertainers come in all ages from the grades through high school is being sought by members of aiitl other forms of entertainment the Whitefish Youth, Recreation I for junior and senior high students. future is necessary as the White- P-m. daily. Hours are not to con- special committee meetings and a general meeting of the entire board, drew approximately 40 members to Washington Nov. 18-18. Besides members of the board, Larry Schwenke and Bradley Stod- two divisions, grade school and' u s e d recently and at other inter- assistance to the director, to. be'ialists and area managers were ported 1,200 flu. cases, had only For the state as a whole there was a total of 2,356 cases of flu cases of strept infection, 42 cases of measles and 71 cases of chicken pox. There also were three new cases of tuberculosis for the week, bring- reported -- bringing the 46-week, ing the total this year to 270 as total to 22,106 as compared with i compared with 256 last year for 1,022 a year ago. Glendive, which last week re- den; gold arrow points to Arthur, Schafer, Ronnie Howell and Brad had been arranged by the boys Knuth; silver arrow to Brad Knuth; and their den mothers and were service stars to Charles Cowan greatly enjoyed by the guests of (with numeral 3), Mike Jenson, the evening. Twenty minutes were devoted to viewing the displays and listening to explanation of them by the boys. Den 1 presented a Thanksgiving playlet, den 2 demonstrated safety Raymond Loveall, Mark Duff, Don' Nelson and Dan Severson; Keeper of the Buckskin to Dick Foster and a Bobcat pin to Terry Johnson. Den 1 was awarded the football for the largest percentage of parent in the home, den 3 told of lion participation at the meeting. rank achievements and the We-be- los den gave a knot tying demon- Poison Schedules Holiday Opening POLSON (ILNS) -- ' C h a i r m a n Carlyle Webb, of the Retail Trade Committee of the Poison Chamber of Commerce has announced that final plans for the Christmas school. The amount of the prizes will depend on the size of the audience, officials said. An auction of produce, food and shop projects will also be held. Proceeds of the evening will go for the year's activities of the FFA. One project of the group is building of a boat house in which to store the 16-foot boat which the boys built last year. It is planned that the boat will be available for vals as a roller skating rink and for other activities, is at the present time unavailable due to the announced soon, will be necessary. \ also there. . Also being sought is allocation for_ a permanent roller-skating rink, as it was found that: the greatest demand for the skating } program was during the*;school Reports were made by the Red Cross president, Gen. Alfred Gruenther, who recently returned from a meeting of the International Red Cross in New Delhi. Gen. Lu- Poison Schools Collect Clothing POLSON (ILNS) -- Children of the P o i s o n schools cooperated again this year in the project of the Save the Children Federation' in collecting bundles of usable used clothing and recently shipped , use by Future Farmer and Future i since 1933 ' the chairman of the Homemakers clubs in the county ! Ho . use SmaU Busilless Committee Texas Solon Cites Business Failures WASHINGTON (UP) -- T h e r e were more business failures during'to Adrian Buckland or Mrs. Dal' riman, on the general operations September than in any September Graham. , and problems of the Red Cross. year when the gymnasium is, much olus Clay, national fund drive of the.time, unavailable. Suggest-1 chairman, also reported and an ions? as -to locations arid otherwise overall report was given by the are welcome. Calls may be made national chairman, E. Roland Har- high schools. MRC Postpones Hearing on Rates Graham. The association extended thanks to the roller skating director, Kenneth Copeland, who gave of his time to make this program a suc- said yesterday. Rep. Wright Patman (D-Tex.) said that "small business concerns cess, and all. others who assisted, are disappearing at a rapid rate especially Claud O'Clair, techni- due to rising business failures." | cian at the Whitefish Memorial . ,, ,. , , , spending were made at the last to collection headquarters 27 sacks meeting of the group. Santa Claus will arrive in Polson Monday, Dec. 2, at 7 p.m., and will have treats for the children. The stores will unveil their Christmas windows, t h e Community a total of 610 pounds of garments. Save the Children Federation provides welfare clothing to destitute families on the Navajo Reservation and in the Southern Appalachian Mountains of the United States, where clothing is sold for HELENA (UP)--The State road Commission has postponed until Jan. 14 a hearing on a proposed per cent railroad He said an unduly tight credit 'Â·squeeze on small business may be artly to blame. Patman made the statement as his committee began three days of freight rate increase asked by the five major lines doing business in Montana. Christmas tree will be lighted and nomin ' al cost . the Poison School Band will enter- The Federation tain. This year the Retail Trade Committee will give away turkeys opening night. For the convenience of Christmas shoppers, stores will be open until 9 p.m. on Dec. 2, 9, 16 and Education. 23. The Retail Trade Committee will also cooperate with the Poison Jaycees in their annual children's party. The date for the event will be announced later. also stands ready to ship warm garments to areas of need the world over. Montana schools cooperate with the project under the recommendation of the State Department of public hearings to determine whether special legislation is needed to make it easier for small I business firms to get credit. In addition, the commission I - Patman said 1,071 business fail- changed the hearing place to Billings from Helena. The hearing originally had been planned for Dec. 3. The change in date was made ures were reported last September. He said that was the largest Hospital, who assisted on the floor and was present at every session. A note of thanks to the association was read from Supt. W. W. Wetzel for refininshing the gymnasium floor and having It in readiness for i 400 this week and Choteau County was next with 215. Libby Girl Wins NMC Scholarship Roberta Carabin of Libby is attending Northern Montana College under a scholarship awarded on the basis of the upper 10 per cent of her high school graduating class. The award has been made to 13 freshman students and amounts to $40 per quarter. It has been designated for application to registration and incidental fees. Miss Carabin is the .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carabin the death of Mrs. H. T.. Spoelstra' of 511 East Fifth, Libby. She is in Salem, Ore. Mrs. Spoelstra was.a 1957 graduate of Libby High the widow of H. T. (Ted) Spoelstra, School, long-time employee of the Kalispell Mercantile Co. Mrs. Spoelstra Dies in Oregon Word was received this week-of the school program. * It was reported that the record player,and loud speaker purchased by the association in October has proved satisfactory. A member of the WYHA recently In Lake County POLSON (ILNS) -- A marriage' I Mr. Spoelstra died a number of years ago. and Mrs. Spoelstra had made her home in Salem, near her son, Jack. A daughter, Mrs. license was issued in Lake County Eunice Cooke, also preceded her to Waldo Kenneth Phillips of St. in death. She is now survived by Ignatius and Sharon Louise Morin the same period. READ CLASSIFIED ADS her son, Jack, and two grandchild- number for any September since conferred " with Columbia Falls, ren. 1933 and the highest rate - 59 peri authorities as to their ice skating' Services and burial 100,000 firms -- for Ki wan Jans Will Attend School Kiwanis annual organization conference training school wilj. draw Montana district and club officers- Â·elect for a two-day session in Helena, beginning Friday. Attending the conference from Kalispell will be Henry Jordahl, f o r m e r lieutenant-governor of Montana District 1; Arthur Ridley, president-elect of Kalispell. Kiwanis; and A. L. Lupo, district chairman for attendance and membership. Speakers and panel discussions are scheduled for the conference which will outline 1958 Kiwanis objectives. at the request of the Montana Citi-! zens Freight Kate Association because of the scheduled appearance in Washington, D.C., in December of the group's Utah attorney. Isince 1940. per i * that month rink wilicl1 has P roved a success, em. It was found that the materials were in Sal- Obituaries 18 of 22 Offices Show Jobless Hike HELENA (UP) -- With Great Falls, Kalispell and Billings in the lead, 18 of Montana's 22 Unemployment Compensation Commission offices reported increased jobless pay claims last week. Chairman Chadwick; H. Smith said the increase of 624 claims pushed the steadily-climbing claim- load to 7,089 claims. He said the increase followed the usual seasonal pattern and that additional layoffs could be expected during the next two weeks. Layoffs principally at the metal reduction works boosted claim increases at Great Falls by 121 while layoffs in both logging and construction increased Kalispell claims hy 90, he said. Ruth Stubbs F u n e r a l services for Ruth Stubbs were Tuesday at Waggener Campbell Chapel, with Dr. S. McMaster Kerr, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, officiating. Burial was in Conrad Memorial Cemetery, with J. P. Hutton, Robert P. Harlan, Carl C. Camp, Charles Martin, M. Street, and William Treweek, pallbearers. Viola Ruth Stubbs was born May 4, 1908, at Higbee, Mo., to Henry P. and Gertrude Edna West Triplett. As a young woman she moved to Plentywood, where she made her home until coming to Kalispell. | Thirty years ago on Nov. 19, 1927, she was married to Charles Stubbs in Kalispell by the Rev. B. Scott Bates of the First Presbyterian Church. Since that time Mrs. Stubbs had made her home in Kalispell. Earlier, Patmon told a reporter that the Federal Reserve Board soon may move quietly to expand the supply and lower the price of credit for all borrowers. She was a long-time member of the Eagle Auxiliary of Kalispell, a baptized member of the Central Christian Church, and had taken an active part in the various women's organizations of the church. Mrs. Stubbs is survived by her husband, Charles, at the family home .at 184 First Ave. East-North, Kalispell; one daughter, Gloria Stubbs of Kalispell; two sons, Charles R. Stubbs Jr., and Ercell F. Stubbs, both of Kalispell; her father, Henry P. Triplett of Kalispell; six sisters, Mrs. E. R. Rose, Mrs. C. M. Johnson and Mrs. Harold Purney, all of Coos Bay, Ore., Mrs. Leonard McNeice of Yakima, Wash., Mrs. R. R. Hollopeter of Swan Lake, and Mrs. G. C. Gibbs of Glenn Rose, Tex.; three brothers, J. L. Triplett of Coos Bay, Ore., and Eddie and Tommy Triplett, both of Kalispell. Lake MIA Hears Article Review EAST LAKE SHORE (ILNS) -Ten members of the Art Group of the Flathead Lake Branch of the Montana Institute of the Arts met Nov. 13 at the home of Mrs. Justine Kuschel on the East Lake Shore. As part of the evening's program, Dr., Mercy ,Southwick re-, viewed an article dealing with "The Art of the NOnconformant? which was published in a recent issue of the Atlantic Monthly. The article was authored by Ben Shahn. A roundtable discussion followed the review. Â· Â·'. A report was also received from the East Shore Brownie troop' which is being sponsored by the MIA. Mrs. Kuschel served refreshments at the close of the meeting. used as a sealer by them can be purchased inexpensively. Plans are under way for a central location for this season. Presiding at the meeting Tuesday evening was Duane Reinoehl, vice president, in the absence of Don Dornfeld. In September of 1867, after i!3 years of discussion, the capital of Nebraska was moved from Omaha to Lincoln. of Ravalli. In Lake County District Court, Gayle C. Sagrniller was granted a divorce from Gerald A. Sagmiller on a charge of extreme cruelty and was granted custody of a minor child. The world's largest garden hose factory is in Bucyrus, Ohio. File With State HELENA (UP) -- Secretary of State Frank. Murray yesterday j granted charters to Morgen and' Osgood Construcation Co., Helena;! the Boyes Community Club of; Carter County; Reber Brothers Realty Co., Helena, and Rodweeder Sales, Inc., Helena. \The Limpopo .Biver, .in Africa, often is. called the "Crocodile River," because so many crocodiles live in it. Personal Loans To Fit Your Needs First National Bank Kalispell. Montana Poison Justice Metes Out Fines POLSON (ILNS) -- In Justice Court of Judge L. A. Gipe, Stanley H. Alfred was fined $135 and given a sentence of 30 days to be suspended upon 'payment of the fine on a charge of driving while his license was revoked. ,. Louis Incashola was fined $150 and 30 days suspended sentence for operating a motor vehicle while under the Influence of intoxicating, liquor. Â» I Picked up as a intoxicated pedestrian, Evelyn J. Anderson was fined $12.50. Andrew Starr was fined $50 .and sentenced to 30 days- on a charge of assault in the third degree. Alice Salois was sentenced to, 60 days when she pleaded quilty of contributing to tie delinquency of her minor children ih not sending them to school. 1958 Admiral Television NOWSHOW.NO B I T M E Y ' S NOWSHOW'NO B I T M E ' fni.r Pioptf Jl r ' v1 * l Q r Â» De*l*r fo'r ihe TV Servicing r"ione SK 6-73OO Open Evening* Tit 9:00 p.m. lÂ»Â»y Tcnm On E*ft Idaho Si THURSDAY 5:00--Early Show 7:00--The News 7:13--Doug Edwards News (L) 7:30--Sgt. Preston (L) 3:00--I Search For Adventure 8:30--The Playhouse 0:00--Harbor Master (L) 9:30--Climax (L) 10:30--Playhouse 90 (L) 12:00--The News 12:05--Late Show FRIDAY 10:00--Good Morning 10:30--Search for Tomorrow (L) 10:45--Guiding Light (L) KXLY-TV, CHANNEL 4 11:00--Hotel Cosmopolitan 11:15--Love oÂ£ Life 11:30--As The World Turns (L) 12:00--Beat The Clock (L) 12:30--Houseparty (L) 1:00--Big Payoff (L) 1:30--The Verdict Is Yours (L* 2:00--Brighter Day (L) 2:15--Secret Storm (L) 2:30--Edge of Night (L) 3:00--Garry Moore (L 3:35--Garry Moore fL) 3:30--Garry Moore L) 3:45--Garry Moore 4:00--Fun At Home 4:30--Strike It Rich KHQ-TV-Channel 6 21 to 25 Jewels dots NOT Â»lwÂ«yÂ« ipak* a good wÂ»tch! Your Witeh- iiulfor khows why --Â· ask him at Bjorneby Jewelry THURSDAY 8:10--Color Test Pattern 8:13--Test Pattern 9:25--NARTS 9:26--Bible Reading 9:29--Program Previews 9:30--Q-Tunes 10:00--Tic Tac Dough' 10:30~It Could Be You 11:00--Arlene Francis Show* 11:30--Treasure Hunt" 12:00--Price Is Right' 12:30--Bride and Groom' 1:00--Matinee Theatre (C)* 2:00--Queen For A Day* 2:45--Modern Romances* 3:00--Blondie* 3:30--Truth or Consequences' 4:00--Matinee on Six "The Foxes oÂ£ Harrow" 6:00--Six O'clock Movie "Stable- mates" 7:30--Wea therwlse The Tront Page 7:45--NBC News* 8:00--The Honeymoon era 8:30--Studio 57 9:00--You Bet Your Life* Â· 9:30--Dragnet' 10:00--Jack London Stories 10:30--Tennessee Ernie Ford* 11:00--Project "20" 12:00--Late Movie "Gaslight" KREM-TV-Channel 2 Â·IndicatM THURSDAY 3;30--Llberace 4:00--American Bandstand* !:30--IÂ»opeye 6:00--Woody Woodpecker 6:30--Mickey Mouse Club' 7:OOr-Kit Carson 7:30--Newsroom Â· 7:40--Weather Sketch ABC Cabl* Show .7:45--Phillips World News 7:55--Sports Spotlight 8:00--Pride of the Family 8:30--Circus Boy 9:00--Zorro 930--Real McCoys' 10:00--Pat Boone Show 10:30--Federal Men , 11:00--Navy-Log 1130--Premier Ferformanc* KMSO-TV, MISSOULA THURSDAY 5:30-- Circle 13 Ranch 8:00--Big Picture 6:30--Cisco. Kid 7:OOr-NewsbÂ«Â«t 7:10--Weather 7:15--Doug Edwardi 7 30--Frontier 8:00--Mercantile On Stage 8:30--Tales of the Texas Rangers 9:00--Badge 714 9-JO--Climax* 10:30--Sports Unlimited 10:45--Show Time FRIDAY i 2:15--Test Pattern 2 30--Housepar ty 2:45--Secret Storm Â· 3 K)0--Garry Moore 4:00--Mid-Day Matinee KGEZ-TV-Channel 9 THURSDAY 4dOrT-Travel * Variety 5:3O--Afternoon Matinee 6;00--Montana News ft Weather 6:30--Uncle Gus . - . . , . 7:15--Doug. Edwards * News CBS 730--Whlrlybirds Â· 8:00--I Search For Adventure Â· 30--Crunch and Des 9:00--You Bet Your Life NBC 9:30--Dragnet Â· ; 10:00--Grand Ole 6pry -j ll:00^-Lux Music Hall 11:30--News Hi-Lite* F.C H.S. BASKETBALL Â· Â· Â· 1957-58 Season reserved seat tickets go on sale Monday, November 25 at 5 p.m. in the foyer of the high school gym. Now -- before November 25 -- holders of the last year's tickets may apply for seats by mailing coupon below or phoning SK6-6120. All seats must be sold ih a solid center block on the south side. You may indicate balcony or main floor bleachers. Reserved seats have been reduced in price from a straight $9 per seat last year to $8 for a single seat this year OR TWd (ADJACENT) SEATS FOR $12 ONLY. This amounts to only 50c per game for a reserved seat. WE HAVE 12 HOME GAMES THE SAME AS LAST YEAR Nov. 30-Whitefish Jan. 11-Great Falls Dec. 6--Lewis and Clark Jan. 17--Missoula Dec. 7--Lewis arid Clark Feb. 1--Anaconda Jan. 3--Livingston Feb. 8--Helena Jan. 4--Bozeman Feb. 21-- Billings Jan. TO--Butte Central "~~-feb. 22--Butte F.C. H.S. 1957-58 Bisketball Ticket ^Application Address ,, ,.. City -- Phone., Please hold (or mail to me) Season Basketball Reserved Tickets. ' . ! I prefer Balcony..^.. or Main Floor..... (high.,,....;.... I ; 'Â· Â·'Â· Â· . ' . . Â· Â· : Â· Â· . - ' . j i or low.. } and understand that seats will be assigned } ! as close to floor center as possible. ^ j After Monday, November 25, tickets will be at ;V" TAYLOR ROE Get Your PIZZA at Smitty's... 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