Social Calendar THURSDAY Lakeside Ladies Club, Mrs. Oursland, 1:30 luncheon. Christmas gifts for Shodair. Hospital for Crippled Children; white elephant sale. Kalispcll Lodge AFAM, 8 p.m. i Former Residents Visit West Shore WEST LAKE SHORE (ILNS)- ited at the W. J. Yeager home at Mr. and Mrs. Omar Lininger, for-Charlo last week, mer residents have returned to Fellow Craft degree; Work in lunch. /Knights of Columbus, Social Center, 8 p.m. Neighbors of Woodcraft Thimble Club, Mrs. Ha Brooks, 327 Fourth St. West, 8 p. m. their home in Billings after spend ing two weeks visiting friends and relatives in this area. Robert Wendt has returned to iis home in Rollins after attending funeral services for his brolh- ;er, Dr. Otto Wendt at Marine City, -- "Â»-oi., u i'. in. -\.i, ui. uiuu weiKu ai marine Ulty, Alicia Club, Christ Church, Epis-'Michigan. Betty Jo Wendt of Great copal, Mrs. William McLaren, Holt Stage, 8 p.m. MIA arts and crafts workshop, basement lobby room, KalispeJl Hotel, 7:30 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary band- Falls spent the weekend with her parents. age rolling, Kalispell General Hos-'nesday. pital, 8 p.m. Howard Hunter and William Switzer of Libby were visitors at the Earl Hunter home last Wed- Toastmistress, T e m p l e T e a Room, 6:15 p.m. FRIDAY Kalispell Chapter, Koyal Arch Masons, Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. Master Degree work; lunch. SATURD.AY ; East Lake Shore, potluck supper. Upper Bear Dance Clubhouse, postponed to Nov. 30. Boots and Calico Square Dance Mrs. Myrtle Stuart and Eddie of Apgar were Sunday visitors at the R. J. Powell home. Mr. and Mrs.,. Gerald Patke of Seattle are visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Thompson of Dayton. They are spending time also with other relatives in the area. . Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Powell were visitors in Missoula on Wednesday of last week. They also visited with their nephew and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rollins of Arlee. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hepler and family of Missoula were Sunday dinner guests at the C. E. Willey home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ward of Billings visited with their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack VFW Auxiliary Luncheon and Country Store I Members of Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary completed plans at a Tuesday meeting for the bazaar, country store and luncheon next Saturday at VFW Hall. Mrs. C. H. McGihon Jr., presi- Chapter Hears Of Middle East I Miss Vava Van de Mark was guast speaker Tuesday evening at a meeting of Chapter AB, PEO at the home of Mrs. Charles S. Baldwin. tit speaker, a former Kalispell! resident, returned this summer from two years in Beiruit, Lebanon, where, she completed her education at Women's College. She is the daughter of Mrs. M. -E. Van de Mark who remained in Beiruit for another year as social director of Dale Hail School of Nursing.! Miss Van de Mark's father is the late Rev. Van de Mark, who was pastor a t E p w o r t h Methodist Church. Miss Van de Mark told of life in Lebanon and of some of her trips during her two years in the Middle East. She displayed handicraft from the Middle East that included jewelry, carvings and embroidered pieces. Mrs. F. E. Wilson was the assisting hostess. Twenty-six attended the meeting. Sometimes slipping an old nylon over a hair brush will keep a brush clean longer. But the brush j.ma. \^. jij. AuuvjJHun jr., presi- -- -.Â«*'to"-*. -*jui. LUG MIUJI dent, reminded all members to stl11 needs its regular bath. Warm bring articles for the country store. Mrs. McGihon told of the meeting BOOIS ana uanco Square Dance "" au "-"'-iaw, mr. ana mrs. JacK "us,, ivic^mon loia of tne meeting Club, LaSalle Grange Hall, 9 p.m.[ MeuU of Proctor. They aiso got of Department of Montana in Mis- Guests welcome; bring sand- a c q u a i n t e d with their new grand-soula for the visitation of Mrs. Guests wlches. Whitefish-Kalispell Ski Club, 6:30 potluck supper, Big Mountain Chalet. Movies; showing of ski equipment and clothes. Circle Schedules Holiday Meeting EUREKA (ILNS)--Plans for the Christmas party of Helping Hand ( Sewing Circle were completed at a meeting last Friday at the home of Mrs. Phoebe Green. The holiday meeting is to be at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Richmond. There will be a potluck luuch and a giffexchange. Names of secret pals will be disclosed and new names for the coming year will be drawn. A letter of thanks was read from Yellowstone . Boys Ranch. Mrs. -Green won the draw gift. daughter, Jean Catherine who was Ruth Godby, national president. born Nov. 14 in Kalispell. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Melville Meuli of Proctor. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Weaver of Olney were weekend visitors with Fred Uhde. College students who were home for the Polson-Ronan championship football game and visited with their families over the weekend were Delbert Hawkins, Larry Maas, and Jim Kimball of Mon- and daughter, tana State College at Bozeman; and Vivien Weaver of Montana State University at Missoula. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Venetz vis- Club Meets WEST LAKE SHORE (ILNS)-- The Rollins Women's Club met at the Frazier home. Hostesses were Mrs. Ethel Frazier and Mrs. Morola Weaver. Twenty persons attended the afternoon meeting. Guests attending were ..Sylvia Stevens, Mrs. Ertie L. Jones, Mrs. Art White, and Mrs. Roy Price soap suds usually will do the trick. Occasionally, a water solution! with aromatic spirits of ammonia is needed. After washing, air and dry the brush before using it again. DENTAL NURSE Become one in 4 ironthi Exclusively for Women A profusion olwayt needed. Informatlon'molled upon r?quÂ»L Approvtd for Vtltront DINTAL NURSIS TRAINING SCHOOL (Founded 1935) 1101 Moionlc AÂ»Â». MArkor 1.1761 SAN FRANCISCO, 17 Tinting of clothing will be more effective if the garment is clean. After a thorough laundering and rinsing, dip in dye bath. GRAHAM'S For Frigidaire Â· Ranges Â· Refrigerators Â· Freezers Â· Dishwashers Terms Phone SK 6-33 72 In the Spirit of HANKSGIVINC TOMS Lb We Feature: Fresh Turkeys Armour Star Fresh Frozen Turkeys Qft HENS *Â« OTC Lb . . . ... 43C STEER BEEF STEAK MOUNTAIN BRAND, Whole or Half HAM Pounds 4 ..................... lb . 49c EASTERN, FRESH UITEFISK lb 29c PRODUCE tIBBY'S PUMPKIN 2 Â£ 25c 2 -- TA Size Tins ,, 35 C Ocean Spray, Whole or Sauce CRANBERRIES SACKED--Those Paris designers will try anything, even the impossible, like straightening out the curves of Janet Leigh with this sack-like sweater dress. They didn't quite succeed, as the actress proves aboard the liner Queen Mary which brought her and her family to New York from England. DKG Stages Meeting In Whitefish WHITEFJSH (ILNS) -- Thirty- one members of Lambda Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma met at the Reeves Cafe in Whitefish last Saturday, for a Juncheon and business meeting with Miss Arva Stef- farud presiding. Mrs. Jessie Fagerberg of Libby reviewed the revised edition of the Constitution of the Delta Kappa Gamma organization. The new yearbooks were given out by the program chairman, Miss Rollie Hoover. Mrs. Edith Fox, Poison, explained that Eta Chapter in Missoula is planning to restore Hell Gate and is selling stationary to help them with this project The group enjoyed some group singing led by Mrs. Winifred Taylor. Miss Pearl Matteson was a guest. RUMMAQE SALE SAT. f NOV. 23 Eagles Basement Open 8:30 a.m. Old and New Clothing Christmas Gifts LXA MOTHERS CLUB THE INTER LAKE, Thursday, November 21, 1957 iTI Brevities Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Wilson spent last weekend in Pullman, Wash., where they visited with their daughter, Miss Barbara Wilson. They attended the Idaho-WSC footbali game and other festivities for Dad's Weekend on the campus at Washington State College where Miss Wilson is a student. Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Keller and his niece, Bobbie Fenton, were recent guests in Bozeman of Dr. Keller's brother and family, Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Keller. While there Mrs. Keller poured at a tea announcing the engagement of Miss Suzanne Keller of Bozeman to Jack Pearce of Dillon. Guests of Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Anzjon are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wood of Fargo, N.D. A L W A Y S POPS --FRESH, TENDER 'N FLUFFV You Ve Seen On Television . . 2 S 41c Varney's Tomato JUICE 99c Nalley't MINCE MEAT 2*!,?Â· 790 FLUFFO 3 lb. Tin 83c Crisp, Green ' ' Â· CELERY Bunth 15c Sunkist, Naval ORANGES 2 ,.89c Sweet Â· . ; Â· . . ' -, : Â· Â· ' POTATOES 2 . 25c We Have V Complete Selection H M A Y NUTS Â· BISQUICK -- 40 ox. Pkg. 43c Fresh Frozen, Sliced STRAWBERRIES Carnation INSTANT MILK AT YOUR FAVORITE FOOD STORE Only i 8 Quart Pkg. ',,, ,.. 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