-8 THE INTER LAKE, .Thursday, November 21, 1957 Coroner Schedules Inquest In Augusta Murder-Suicide AUGUSTA UP) -- An inquest Is planned here tomorrow night clothes -- and sought sanctuary in a nearby bunkhouse where another into Ihe fatal shooting of a dude; employe, Hank Pfeiffer, was ranch operator' and one of her Asleep. employes. Â· . . ( Smith followed his employer in- Â·Â· The viclims were Mrs. -Edna Me- to the bunkhouse, found her'cower- Donald, 52, operator of .the Sun in.g behind a door and shot her in Hospital Notes ' BIRTHS ANDERSON, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph, boy* Kalispell, yesterday.' ADMITTED FfSK, Mrs. Van, Bigfork. FENTON, Earl, Kalispell. Funeral Services ! Ju ' Jus Ne5son / FSares He^ Find Key Clubbers Talk to Kiwanis HANNAH O. SALSBERY -Funeral services for Hannah O. Salsbery have been set for Saturday at; 2 p.m. at the American Lutheran Church in Whitefish, with the pastor, the Rev. Roald Kin- HOLCOMB, Harry Polebridge. jdem, officiating." Burial will be in the "\VhUefish Cemetery, under the ERICKSON, Mrs. Otis, Swan Canyon Dude Ranch, 25 miles northwesli of here, and Melvin 39, a packer at the back with a .30-06 rifle. He then marched Pfeiffer at gunpoint to the main house, called a friend, Jim Christian, in Augusta a and told him what had happened had Pfeiffer verify it. Somers School' Opens Tomorrow Elmer Smith, the ranch. Vrs. McDonald died from .80-06 rifle slug ' that struck her in the back and emerged just .below her left breast early yesterday. Smith died in a Choteau hospital about 12 ' hours later' from an apparently, self-inflicted bullet wound in his head. Sheriff-Coroner. .Dave Middle-! Clearing up possible confusion mas, Helena, said Smith and Mrs. resulting from' a conflicting head- McDonald apparently were argu- Hne ^ story date for lhe reopen . ing between .2 a.m.. and 3 a.m.|i n g of Somers School, Supt.' Bob yesterday about termination of| S t e w a r t announced this morning Smith's employment. The man h a d ! t h e sc h oo l definitely would reworked on the dude ranch for; o p e n tomorrow, about seven years. ! Yesterday's Inter Lake story Smith fired four shots at the carr j e d a . headline mentioning woman at the height of the argu- Monday, 'while Friday was ,the Â· DISCHARGED ' WILSON, Doris, Kalispel!. " ROATCH, Mrs. Harold, Somers. PILCHER, Gleason, Libby. HOSSACK, William, Kalispell. . MEYERS, Mrs. Valerian and baby, Kalispell. CRICK, Mrs. Russell and tiaby, Kalispell. GOULD, Mrs. George and baby, Kalispell. Whifefish Memorial BIRTHS LAURITSEN, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred, twin girls. Whitefish. ADMITTED BAKER, Mrs. William, White- direction'of Catron Funeral Home. Mrs. Salsbery, 86, who made her home at 343 Somers Aev.'in Whitefish since 1916, died at her home Tuesday. Â· Whitefish, Dies Missing Hunter * T^no ncrÂ» rÂ»F nlnw fTnroc " 1 Julius Nelson, 66, died, in the Whitefish hospital yesterday' afternoon. Mr. Nelson had been a resident of Whitefish since 1334 and'divide area. Johns, members of the, Flathead The use of Navy flares helped county High School Key Club, locate and rescue Lee Halverson spo k e to members of the Kalispell of Evergreen Tuesday -night when, KIwanis . club at its lunche'on meet- he became lost in- the Ashley Lake , i n g yesterday. Kiwanis sponsors Myron :' Nordquist and Doug* FCHS a cappella choir to the Key, Club. made his home oh Dakota Avenue. | Deputy Sheriff Louis Hill went Nordquist told Kiwanians the into the area after Halverson was Key Club hopes to have two of its World's Fair in Brussels, Belgium. The club was reminded that next Wednesday will be Farm-City day and members are to invite an are? farmer to the luncheon. Â· He was a retired Great Northern machinist helper, retiring from the railroad about a year and a half ago due to poor health. Â·Â· He was a -veteran of World IWar I. reported missing. He fired flares members at each Kiwanis lunch- from a high point and Halverson eon. Both Nordquist and Johns recalled out to him from a' shack he had planned to stay in overnight. Â· ported on projects of the Key Club. Plans were outlined to the club for the apple sale to help send the MORGAN WILLIAiMS Funeral services for Morgan Williams have been set for tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Waggener Camp- Hill brought Halverson out to his! Mr. Nelson is survived by one pickup truck about 10:55 p.m. sister, Mrs. Laura Reese of Whitefish, and one nephew, Ned Nelson of Salt Lake City, Utah. Funeral services for Mr. Nelson bell Chapel, with the Rev. Frank | have been _ set for tomorrow at 2 B. Hillis officiating. Burial will follow in Lone Pine Cemetery, north of Bigfork. Mr. Williams, 89, who made his home in the Echo Lake and : Creston areas from 1904 until six years ago, died Monday in Eugene, Ore. Earlier reports had said Halverson found his own way out'. rhent and one of the bullets Iron: a .22 calibcrautomatic pistol -- struck her in the leg. Screaming, Mrs. McDonald ran from the main house on the ranch! into snow and freezing tempera-; tures -- clad only in her night- j estimated date in the story. Stewart said he had recei\'ed several calls from people wanting to know which was right. Minnesota Bonus Third in Race Blanks Are Ready , BUENOS AIRES (UP)--Alfredo Albert A. Miron, service officer, L. Palacios has accepted the nom-, Montana Veterans Welfare Com- ination as presidential candidate mission in Kalispell, has announc- of the Socialist Party for the Feb.j et i t] iat app ji ca tion blanks for the 23 election, it was announced today. The 77-year-old politician is the third candidate to be nominated so far. Arturo Frondizzi, of the left wing faction of the Radical fish. POWELL, Mrs. Harry, Whitefish. | FLINT, Mrs. Robert, Columbia' Falls. VIEHE. Miss Cynthia, Whitefish. WOODS, Miss. Stephanie, Whitefish. Â· Â· ROBINSON, Mrs. Bernard,.Holt Kaiispel! AMVETS To Be Activated AMVETS Post 27 of Kalispell Stage. will be officially activated at a -VT ri*-\TT7T^T T TiT r~* TT meeting Sunday at 3 p.m. at the McDOWELL, Mrs. Guy. Hungry, Â·. ui. ... TM Â· , " lc H 01 . se clubhouse near the Dixie Inn. RICHMOND, Mrs. Elsie, Whitefish. . . DISCHARGED STEVENS, Darwin, Eureka. PHEECE, Miss Toni, Eureka. TVIl'C Minnesota Korean veterans bonus are now available. Forms may be obtained by writing to. the Commissioner of Veterans Affairs, Korean Bonus Div- Martin City. i MOORE, Mrs. Rex,'Whitefish. MERWIN, Charles, Coram. HOMAN, Mrs. John and baby, Coram. Party, and Lucas Ayarragaray, of ^sion, Veterans Service Bldg., St. the Christian Democrats, are oth- Paul, Minn. The eligible dates are ers. from June 27, 1950, to July 27, 1953. Veterans entitled to the Korean Service Medal will receive $15 per month for overseas service and S7.50 per month for domestic service. The maximum amount is Smoke Call Kalispell Fire Department investigated a house full of. smoke'$400. last night, resulting from a burned-1 There is also a survivors bonus, out blower at 352 Seventh Ave. East-North. They were called at 8:30 p.m. to Joe Dzivi's residence, but jio damage was reported. State Commander Richard Brown of Helena and the-state adjutant will be in charge, of the meeting. The post will he started with 42 members. The club room Is five miles south of Kalispell on Highway 93 at the Dixie Inn. All veterans of World War II and the Korean War are invited to the meeting. p.m. at Catron Chapel, with Rev. Howard Folkestad, pastor of the Holiness Methodist Church of Whitefish, officiating. Burial will be in the Whitefish Cemetery. The first nationwide sale ot Christmas seals in the United was staged in 1908 and brought $135,000. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS Chimney fire Evergreen fira department answered a call yesterday at 3:05 p.m. to the Burt Huggins residence at Northwest Dam where a chimney fire; was -reported. Flathead County fire truck was down for repairs and was unable to make the run. There was not report of damage. . . Fire Destroys Trailer, Contents Fire caused 56,000 damage to a trailer house and its contents today at 12:40 a.m. at Creston. Both the Flathead County and Evergreen fire departments were called to fight the fire. The trailer belonged to Fred White and was parked at the Albert Wagner residence. The 1942 model trailer house and its contents were destroyed. There was insurance on the house, b u t ' not on the contents. Cause of the fire was undetermined. POSITIVELY 7 HOURS ONLY 10 TO 5 P.M. Fri., Nov. 22nd World Famous PRECISION 1958 Model BRAND NlEW AUTOMATIC REMINGTON ROUND BOBBIN SEWING MACHINE SEWS EVERYTHING WITHOUT ATTACHMENTS -ALSO STRAIGHT SEWING MACHSNE. during September and October. The report, first from the board confirming that flu had proved payable if a serviceman is deceas- f a t a l in t h e Treasurc state sa5d 1 * Â« Â· i - ; _ j ,. ^.f j i. _ T-NT-* r* 1 A . . * P-TAs Will Hear Education Dean Prof. Linus J. Carleton, dean of the school of education at Montana State University, will speak on tor of the State Health Board, says|"Education..Today" at a combined influenza killed nine Montanans meeting of Cornelius JJadges and Thompson Says Flu Kills 9 in State HELENA (UP) Dr. G. D. Carlyle Thompson, executive direc- Weather Facts ed. A certified copy of the DD 214 (report of separation record) must accompany the application and payments will start in January, 1959. Applications must be received by the commissioner not later than Dec. 31, 1958. If furtfsr information is desired, veterans may contact Miron. one person died from the disease Elrod schools Parent-Teacher Associations Monday at 8 p.m. at the Hedges School gymnasium. Â· Chanters of Flathead County High School will furnish music for during September arid eight died the program. Members of any during October. It added that, at P . TA ln ^ city are invited, least three^ other deaths had flu| Mothers of. fourth .grade pupils nc a /nnr iMrMirirÂ»rr-F'arifj-Â»T" . I Â· Â· Â· Â· Â·-* - . + * FLATHEAD -- Par.Uy cloudy this afternoon. Mostly fair tonight and tomorrow. Patches of early morning fag. High today, 30. Low tnight, ]0. High tomorrow, 33. High yesterday, 35. Low last night, 9. This temperature was the coldest so far this fall. No precipitation during the last 24 hours. Sunset, 4:53 p.m. Sunrise. 7:54 a.m. Noon temperature, 23. Relative humidity at 10 a.m., 80 per cent. By United Press WEST OF DIVIDE -- Fair today, to- i owe d by a card party. night and tomorrow: slightly warmer Stiilwater Grange Schedules Potluck STILLWATER (ILNS) -- Annual Thanksgiving potluck supper meeting of Stiilwater Grange will be tomorrow at 7 p.m. It will be fol- today and tomorrow;, highs today 2838;- lows l tonight-- 10-20 except 0 to 12 below in higher valleys south portion; highs, tomorrow .30-40. EAST-OF DIVIDE -- Fair today, to- riiÂ£bt and tomorrow; slightly warmer todaj' and tomorrow, colder southeast tonight; 20-30 mph southwesterly Â·winds east slope divide: high today 253o: lows tonight 10-20 except 28 areas v/ith-southwesterly wind; high tomorrow 30-43. THE MONTANA TABLE Max. Mih. Pep. ............ . ................... 34 23 Belgrade .............................. 22 l Broadus ................................ 32 22 r.utte .................................... 26 --10 Cut Bank ...: ........ . ............... 2(3 Ifi Billon ..... ............................ 32 6 "Drummond ........ ... ............ 32 5 Glasgow .......................... _.. 2S 12 Crqat Falls ......................... 26 15 Havre .................................... 2fi 17 I r elena ............................... 34 14 Kalispell ......... .. ................... 35 10 "l.ewistown ................. ......... 23 10 Livingston ....................... 25 3 Miles City ......................... _. 32 20 JUissoula .............................. 33 15 IV. Yellowstone ............. .-.. 2G --24 "Whitehall .......................... 32 8 THE NATIONAL TABLE Chicago 40 31 Denver 32 14 Los Angeles 31 56 Wpls.-St. Paul _.. 31 22 Kew Orleans 68 48 New Yorto _. 53 38 Phoenix 71 43 Seattle 44 28 Miami _ 83' 67 Plans for the Thanksgiving meeting were made at the last Grange meeting. Mrs. Marion Weeks, entertainment chairman, and Mrs. Vernon Johnson, home economics chairman, announced plans for coming Grange eevnts. Floyd Johnson gave a talk on "Farm Policies," followed by a question ' and answer period. Juvenile Grange officers were installed by Mrs. Roger Thomp- as a contributing factor. Of the deaths attributed to influenza, seven, Thompson said, were those of persons more than GO years of age. One of the victims Â·" was 22 and the other 2-years old. |frorri both schools will serve refreshments. Women tot Meet WHITEFISH (ILNS)--The Whitefish Women's Club will meet tomorrow at 2 p.m. in Reeves ban r Surgical Nurse WHITEFISH (ILNS5--Miss Euth Reifschneider of Minneapolis is the the new surglal nurse at the Whitefish Memorial Hospital. She received her schooling from Jamestown College at Jamestown, N.D. quet room. The program at 2:45 She replaces Mrs. Robert C. Boyd, p.m. will be given by Miss Mary Beth Spears. Her topic will be "Pathway to Knowledge." Hostesses for the coffee hour following will be Mrs. Margaret Locki-idge and Mrs. O. A. Knutsou. All women interested are invited. the former Helen . Marie Gilmore, who was married last Friday. ERBBBBRSHSfiBl TIRED OF HIGH BEEF PRICES Subpoena Records WASHINGTON (UP)--Tlie Senate Rackets Committee drew up subpoenas today to force Midwest Teamters locals under James R. son, assisted by Mrs. Lloyd Fa- Hoffa's control to hand over rec-; gerland, Mrs. Torrance Harvey ords on selection of delegates to - -" - -- the union's recent convention. 1 | -- i a n d Roger Thompson. ~T A pie relay with Vernon John-- son, Harold Tutvedt, John Read- .01 .07 ing, Dave Brewer, Dick Knox and Lloyd Fagerland provided entertainment. ~ The Vernon Johnson and John! -- Reading families served.' ; Iunch. Try Super Foods Delicious Steer Beef For Your .locker FRONT QUARTER....lb. 35c BY THE SIDE ..... . ..... ,lb. 38c HIND QUARTER ....lb. 45c Regular $225! Advertised in Leading Publicalions Eyerywhere-SAVE $156.051 \9S . Ids!.' Now Get Yosrs Now. THIS SALE #ill Not Be Repeated; Positively Only at UMTS AcrVerffeedf EASY TERMS!-- MONEY BMR 6UARAHTEE! 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O r- rrv 73 HUGE SAVINGS ON BRAND NEW- GENUINE ELNA, NECCHI and DOMESTIC Portables, Cabinets, Zig-Zags, Straight Sew FREE DOOR PRIZES tit kOO in Merchandise (Retail Value) I Â· MEN'S LADIES' WRIST WATCHES . . . JEWELRY Nothing to Buy! - Just Watch a Demonstration! DRAWING TIMES FRIDAY " m 23 Â° 2 p.m. - " 3 p.rh. '- . 4 p.m. The Mclntosh, Music House is in no way responsible for t h e . service or the excellent guarantee which these machines carry LOCATION MclTOSH MUSIC HOUSE 40 Main St. Kalispel!, Montana POSITIVELY 7~HOURS ONLY Fri., Nov. 22nd 10 TO 5 P. M Local ; service a n d sales; arranged f o r and guaranteed only by L L Factory Outlet, Wholesale Distri- butorSr Boise, Idaho.
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