The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 21, 1957 · Page 6
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Returning home, Lt. Comdr. Peter'Holmes de, scribed the ogonies of radiation sickness fo his wife. "But you don't have to die in a mess," he concluded. He showed her a viat of tables. "Just take onu with a drink, and that's the end." Knowing Peter might be at sea in September, when the sickness was expected, Mary protested. "But who will fcke care of Jennifer?" Peter pointed to the syringe. J._ "I've got fo kill Jennifer?" asked Mory, wtiire with " i ' rnnf» *Ini mm/ f*»A ~ _ 4 _ _ J * ^ i « . · She may lire on for days, crying ond vomiting, . u dead on. the floor beside her," said Peter. Do you want her fo die like that?" Dlilributcd by VEA Strric«. trie. © 1957 by William Morrow * Co, tnc o CD n x Key Play /s Spade Lead By OSWALD ACOBY F r a i i K Weil colt oi North Attleboro sirit me today's hand. Frank, NORTH « J 9 5 4 V K - l * A 8 5 * 10 9 63 WEST EAST * Q 8 3 2 A K 7 6 V 7 2 V 8 6 5 3 * Q O G 4 + J 1 0 7 3 2 * A K . J 4,4 SOUTH (D) A A 10 V A Q J 109 * K *Q 8 7 52 No one vulnerable South West North East 1 V Pass 1 A Pass 2 N.T. Pass 4 V Pass 3 V Pass Pass Pass Opening lead-- ·?· K Horticulturist Gives Flower-Drying Steps BY ROBERT A. WEARNE Area Horticulturist arrangements as with fresh flow- down in a dark, dry, warm room, ers from the garden, but have an such as a furnace room until dry. ~ * ^ * * " . ' . I t . l . £ » U * V ! V * 1 L , W H l . J l r l V l = 4 U 1 I O U U l i (IS d . L U L J l d l - t J i UU111 U I At this time of the year the opportunity to combine the early. The best method, but ASC to Mail Out . .Ballots Friday · I M Murray Requests Higher Duties WASHINGTON (UP) -- Sen. James E. Murray (D-Mont.) has asked the U. S. Tariff Commission lo recommend to the President the increase'of lead and zinc import duties and imposition of import quotas on those metals. Murray, chairman of the Senate Interior and Insular Affairs Committee, said he was representing Montana's four-man congressional delegation. persons who may be either nominees listed on the ballot or write- in candidates. The person receiving the greatest number of votes will become committee chairman. In each community, a vice chairman, regular member and first 'and second alternates also will be elected. ' W , r, ' me opportunity 10 comume uie early. The best method, but more Ballots listing nominees for next beautiful flowers that were i n ' s p r i n g blooms with ihe late fall work, is with a mixture of two year's Agricultural Stabilization' our gardens are just memories/flowers. In addition berries, seed parts borax with 10 parts white and Conservation community com-, Most ot these blossoms can be pre-.uods and dried erassp.s and f n l i a p n ' mm mnai iinmuciViUr m ; va ri TI,_ i n i t t f t n c win ho ,,,^;i n ,i I*-!,?.,... *^\ box. such as a shoe box and barely ,_,_ . ,,. ,, J ««_,!, »iJ\-.iuuiiv.O. J . J W » » t : i O . J..11 CIMU j LiVlJ IJLI11 Itft 11 bUlrU Most of these blossoms can be pre-,pods and dried grasses and foliage served, with their bright colors,' can be available for your arrange- by drying and used all winter for ments. ,,_. _,, ,, tt M1UC uu . v auu U i u e l y making floral arrangements. There arc variolis melhods usecl covered with thc drying material. H is possible to start collecting f o r d.-ying flowers such as hang- Stems can be removed to within your garden flowers in early , i n g ) or preserving them in sand 12 or 3 inches of the flower, then spring and continue until late fall' o r borax . S a n d is too heavy a n d whcn you w a n t to m a k e the ar . and you 11 assemble a great variety, lends to break t h c dl . y peta]s . rangements they can be lengthen- o f dried materials from beginning 1 - ' ' ' . . . . - . . to the end of the growing season. · With dried flowers you are not restricted to colors and shapes for Whitefish Students To Give Recital WHITEFISH (1LNS1 -- Piano students of David Powell, of the fifth grade corn meal, thoroughly mixed. The mittees will be mailed Friday to flowers can be placed in a small all known eligible voters in Flathead County, C. L. Hollinberger. county ASC office manager, said today. Voters have until Dec. 6 to m a r k ' and return their ballots to the County ASC office ·.*.*·.!.] l,w Ml l.tliv L 1 1 U U l ^ r J J l T L U J i , * "..t,^... ....i ·., I U S . . J * _ w i l wli A*_ llg Lil C1I- -C id LIlCiKl \^OUII{.y /\O\J O I l l C C in borax will cake, making it prac- ed with florist wire or by wiring Kalispell. Ballots may be return- tically impossible to remove the [dried stems you hava gathered l e d in the addressed envelope sent flowers without tearing the petals, during the fall to the flower head, to each eligible voter or they may White corn meal has also been- Some flowers should be dried be delivered in person. who is the leading life master of New England, calls it a double- barreled end play. Frank found himself in four hearts a f t e r bidding clubs on the way' up. West opened the king of P ' G " sent a varied program of solosT^"TM V , u " =,,ri A, f c j i o their green summer color or the r and duets Sunday at 3:30 p.m. at, b r i g h t fall colors . A f t e r b e j the American Lutheran rhnrrli in .,...., . . . . 6 the American Lutheran Church in Whitefish. Participating in the program will be James Bartlett, John Bartlett, Linda Bergstrom, Patricia Di- used, but weevils usually get the j facing up, for example peonies or flowers before they are completely; zinnias. In this case, you must dried, j punch holes in the bottom of the Different methods must be used s »oe box and let the stems stick for drying flowers and foliage. out. Blossoms, such as hollyhocks, There is a choice of m e t h o d s ' should be dried face down. Make for drying leaves. They can be a small mound of the drying ma- placed between weighted news- terial in the bottom of the box, until dry and will retain j then place the flower over it, and gently cover the blossom. The spike-type flowers, such as delphiniums, will have to he laid down in the box and covered with Each voter may vote for five PUBLIC CARD PARTY Friday, Nov. 22 at 8:30 P.M. Sponsored by S. F. A. at the IOOF Hall Door Prizes - Turkeys Whist - Canasta - Pinochle Lunch 50c dried in this manner, the leaves are flat and lose their natural clubs and shifted to the deuce o f j V e r , lorn Foster. K a t h y . ,.Fager-i l h e branches in a jar cents spades. The king forced Frank's I l a n c l - L ' nn Hetrick, Denise Hie- y 3 g] yce rin and % water ace and it wa^ up to Frank to play bert .Maureen Higgins, Mary Beth When drying flowers they flip Yinnri JorEenson. T?llth TCactoIlo T -,,.1- , . __ , _ n , , , ' . . appearance. Leaves can be treat- the drying material. ed with glycerin and water, b u t ' White flowers should be dried their natural color is lost. Stand with additional heat in order to brunches in a jar containing have the hand. One way to play the hand would be to take his king of diamonds, enter dummy with the king of hearts, discard the ten of spades on the ace of diamonds and go-after the clubs. This plsy would have worked like a ten-cent watch. With trumps breaking four-two and both missing clubs in the West hand he would have wound up with a snappy eight tricks. Frank was sure that the clubs would breai: badly. He did not believe-that West would have led the king without the ace and the jack. He knew the odds were against an even split of the trumps and he saw a sure way to bring home his contract against any combination of cards. All he did was draw trumps, cash his king of diamonds and lay down'the ten of spades. It did not matter to him what happened thereafter. · Either opponent could win the trick and lead anything or the man with the queen of spades could let the ten hold. There was no possible way to beat the hand any -more. Q--Thc bidding has been: North East South West 1 * Pass 1 « p ass 1 * Pass 2 N.T. Pass 3 4« Pass ? You. South, hold: 4 8 7 V K J 6 »Q 1 0 3 6 5 *AQJf What do you do? , A--Bid three no-trump. You: nr« not interested in a five-club' rame and are interested in not trumps. | TODAY'S QUESTION' You hold the same hand and have responded one diamond to your partner's opening club bid. He has jumped to two spades.. What do you bid now? . Answer Tomorrow Jorgenson, Ruth Kastelle, Lark Kemppainen, Carol LaBrie, Mary Lpckridge, Julie Loy, Dean Neal, LeAnn Nelson, John Palmer, Mary j color, must] Do not leave the flowers hi the *· '-" ' f "· *-s\J iiTJ V, J.V2C1 VSJ W I C AIV Y C£ O I t I LI 1C be cut when fresh, that is, when" 1 drying material after they have they first come into full bloom.! dried or the colors will fade. The If the flowers can't be dried im- drying time will vary from a couple mediately after cutting, they of days to perhaps three weeks. ni,,.- V TM Vi ,, "ivumL^j miA.-,. ..utiins, ui«y ot oays to pernaps three weeks. \ T · f, ' 7f ° r should be put lnt ° w a t e r ° 1 ' in a I You will have to check the flowers inda Re P o l T · , ' ou e pu n ° w a e r ° 1 ' n a I Powell, Linda Remoehl, A r t h u r ; very damp container if you are' Schafer, Nancy Schommer, Jill, Schroeder, James Smith, Elaine Stacey and Donald Thompson. Powell's older students will present a program on Dec. 8. going to carry them in a car. If you dry the flowers by hanging, strip the leaves off the stems, tie in loose bunches of 8 to 10 regularly. After the flowers are dried and the borax and corn meal mixture has been removed, they can be left in the boxes where they will be protected until they Libby Video Club Seeks Channels LIBBY (ILNS) -- At the Libby Video Club meeting Monday, attended by 58 of the 141 paid members, an expansion program was approved, reported J. E. Sanderson. Within the past two weeks a technician from Northwest Electronics has corrected the difficulties which had kept reception of channel 2 through the local translator station at only a fair picture level. An excellent channel 2 picture is . now being .received in nearly all the Libby area. President Ed Peck explained the status of the translator station, fol- , lowed by discussion from the floor as to how channel 6 and channel 4 might be brought into Libby. Peck: explained that to-add channel 6 will require , selling 100 'more Libby Video Club memberships |at $35 and channel' 4 would require another 100" members. Installa- ;tion '.of a channel 6 translator would permit reception of color television fay those with color sets. To bring high quality channel 6 and 4 pictures into Libby, the Video Club members voted to start I a new drive for membership. The objective is to sell Libby Video Club memberships to people who have been waiting to see how channel 2 translator worked be- Eore. investing. , Chairman,of the new member- rtiip drivW«4s Paul Applegate. Thursday Afternoon 5:OOSnecial Wire 5:05 EZ Listening 5:15 EZ Listening 5:30 Special Wire ' 5:35EZ Listening 5:35 Sports Digest 6:00 Special Wire 6:05EZ Listening 6:15 Mercantile News 6:30 Special Wire 6:35 EZ Listening 6:45 State Sports 6:55 EZ Listening 7:00 Special Wire 7:05 EZ Listening 7:15 The Alexanders 7:30 Special Wire 7:35Sei;re1$ of Scotland Yards 8:00 Montana News 8:05EZ Listening 8:30 Special Wire 8:35 Magazine Review 8:45 EZ Listening 9:00 Special Wire S:05EZ Listening 9'30 Special Wire 9:35EZ Listening D:45 Square Dance Time 10:00 Special Wire 10:05 EZ Listening The Daily Inter Lake Presents RADIO for TODAY KGEZ - MBS, 600 kc blossoms and hang with heads'are used. If more information is desired, call or stop at the county extension office. ' 10:00 EZ Listening 11:00 Special Wire 11:03.EZ Listening 11:55 Special Wire 12:00 Sign Off Friday Morning . 5:30 Break the Day EZ 6:OOSpecial Wire 6-05EZ Listening 6:25 Farm Shorts 7:00 Special Wire 7:05 EZ Listening 7:30 Special Wire 7:35 Montana News 7:40EZ Listening 8:00 Frank Hemingway 8:15 Art Baker 8:30 Special wire 8:35 Montana News 8:40 EZ Listening 8:00 Special Wire 3:05EZ Listening 9:15 Hymn Time 9:30 Special Wire 9:35 Queen For a Day 10:00 Special Wire 10.05 EZ Listening 10:15 Dr. Paul 10:30 Special Wire 10:35 EZ Listening 10:45 Friendly FhH- osopher 11:00 Special Wire 11:05 Whitefish Time 11:30 Special Wire 11:35 Whitefisli Time 11:45 E Listening Friday Noon 12:00 Special Wire 12:0o EZ Listening 12:15 Texaco News 12:30 Special Wire 12:35 Weather News 12:40 EZ Listening 1:00 Community News 1:15 EZ Listening 1:30 Special Wire ' 1:35 EZ Listening H:00 Special Wire 2:05 EZ Listening 2:30 Special Wire 2:35EZ Listening 3:00 Special Wire 3:05 EZ Listening 3:30 Special Wire 3:35 EZ Listening 4:00 Montana News 4:05 Penny Arcade 4:15 Frank Hemingway 4:30 Special Wire 435EZ Listening 5:00 Special Wire Serve Squirt las refreshment junior-style, too! Never an after-thirst S, IHE S Q U I R T COWPAW Another Fin* Product of Standard Brandt toe. spice up sWP er with Italian SPAGHETTI very special when made with TAY5TEE SPAGHETTI How about tonight? Zesty Italian Spaghetti and Meatballs ... a crisp green salad ... anctcrusty bread--what more could an appetite agkl and It's easy to prepare ITALIAN SPAGHETTI AND MEATBALLS ¥4 Ib. ground beef Vt Ib. ground pork 1 cup fmo dry breed crumbs '/J cup grpled Parmeion ciicM* 1 tbsp. minced parsley 1 dove gorlic, cut fin» Vt cup milk 2 eggi, beal«« t'/j Up. tail Vl lip. peppo Brown meat balls on all sides in hot fat. Pour off fat as it collects. Add to sauce 20 minutes before sayco is done. Place hot drained boiled spaghetti (8-02. 'jncoofced long) on warm platter. Top with ·auce, surround with meat balls. Serve with grated Parmesan cheese. Makes 4 servings. "-1 ' {, -A »Fr«* r«clp« book with Taystc* Tr*d*m«rk. 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