The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 22, 1957 · Page 3
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Whitefish Jaycees Sponsor Home Decoration Contest WHITEFISH (ILNS) -- A Christ-1S wisher, the Jayceens and a donor mas home decorating contest with valuable prizeo will be sponsored by the "Whiteflsh Jaycees this ·eason. Basic plans are being i formulated' and details will be -announced later. Dr. Duane Hedine i heads the committee in charge. j President James Heckathorn an| nounced that several generous cash donations had been received for the State Park Fund. Donors include the Band Boosters, Lois Peterson P-TA To Purchase Film ; Monthly meeting of Peterson I P-TA was Monday evening at, the . , . . . , , , School and during the meeting the ter months, ready for riding in the ' . . . . . . . . . . . spring; Keith Monson is assisting Bissell in this program. Another Jaycee.projetit is making portable, signs for directing traffic- to the from Kalispell, who wishes to remain anonymous. Property- for the park, with Whitefish Lake Whitefish Rotary Hears Kearns WHITEFISH (ILNS) "We kill 100,000 people per year, 40,000 ori the highway, 14,000 in industry and the balance in homes, on PhoeniX Educator Speaks Jaycees Prepare To Upper Bear Dance Club ^,7 Trimmi "9 1 · ·'·· Kalispell Jaycees met last night EAST LAKE SHORE ILNS-- (in public school work for 31 years, in Ule 139th Fielci Artillery Ar- Miss Leila Beatty, former Phoo-| believes that the child., on his Hfst mory south of town to repair and nix, Ariz., educator, spoke on the day at school, faces failure or sue- place m reatlin ess the equipment THE INTER LAKE, Friday, November 22, 1957 3- Kolizeras. A number of other civic projects of the group were discussed at the last meeting in the Jaycee clubhouse. Robert Bissell, Whitefish area Speaking Monday' at the Whitefish Rotary Club luncheon, Kearns, personnel director at the Anaconda Aluminum Co. plant in Columbia Falls, pointed out that the highway patrolman and chairman' ? nly real dro » *? accident* has of-the bicycle Safety program, conferred with school authorities and found that there were 511 bicycles ridden 'to school during the fall and spring. With the cooperation of the school, these bicycles will be Scotch lighted during the wln- 1 group decided to order the film, j "The Littlest Angel," for the chil- [dren's Christmas party, in place of treats. j A decision to purchase a pack ! banner for Cub Scout Pack 21, sponsored by the P-TA, was made. ; Maro Butchart entertained the : assembly with a group of folk' The S songs, accompanying himself on j the guitar. Mrs. LeDUc's fourth ! grade room won the attendance ! award. Mothers of this grade : aerved refreshments after the meeting. been shown in indust%, where they have taken an honest look at the problem and done something about it. This is the "why" of the Flathead County Safety Council, he said. Memberships in the In asking the question, "Is our school system in as dire a situation as some believe?" Miss Beatty compared our educational system with that of Russia and answered her own question in the negative by pointing out what she considers great advantages in t h e American way of education. Miss Beatty made the point that Weather Facts FLATHEAD -- Cloudy this afternoon through tomorrow, with occasional light rain or snow showers. Warmer. High today, 32, Low tonight, 25. High tomorrow. o5-40. Hich ve 5 ?- electrical line and more than 2,300 Miss Beattv also pointed out c ° 5ored bulbs ' the Javce « combine that we Should be conscious of the ! t} ? es f. P * SC part parertte and other adults play in h ° f the in the educational system and said that correction of faults and exist- ihg errors can be made in large evergreen matting, t1r » dKwn|al scenes hrl5lmBs l ° . r l , l l an f, lr t ° f ! ! ght and coior °" ' sp screels part by these adults who "hold I Meetln S at ^e White Star Cafe the purse strings" and help con-' eal ' Iy Sund a v morning, members trol our public school system. Wednesday's meeting was at the Council may be obtained by in- are fdstering in their students in- the teachers in American schools!Upper Bear Dance clubhouse and dividuals for $1 and by business firms and associations for $5. "When a community becomes Interested, then something can be done," the speaker said. The city beach and other areas during! Council hopes to form safety corn- celebrations and functions injmittees In the..schools, small mills dependence of thought and spirit, self-reliance, moral development, character building, honesty and humanity, while under the Russian system students are trained was attended by 25 members and guests. Di\ Mercy SoUlhwick and Mrs. E. A. Hirtderman were co- hostesses. At the business meeting which preceded Miss Bealty's talk, it was more or less like machines and do I decided to reschedule the date of not think for themselves. units and then install them, if permission is granted. John Bartlett, chairman of Gala Days, reported that the committee had met once and laid basic plans for.a larger and better 1958 celebration. A meeting with the Mountain Trail Saddle Club, co- The Helena Flats Boosterettes'sponsors, will be scheduled for 4-H Club had their annual achieve- January. ment program last, Friday at the The group Helena Flats Schcrol. Boosterettes 4-H Presents Awards Whitefish. In charge of this project Is Gerald. Walters. up will assist the Jay- ceens in placing their 'Hew garbage disposal units about the city. They will ask permission of the Pacific Power -and Light Co. for use-of their power poles for these and in community organizations. | The Arizona educator, who was The next meeting of the newly organized safety council will be Jn Whitefish on Dec. 11. The Safety Council asks that each club send a representative to the meeting, Kearns said. Visiting Rotarians were Ha! Kanzler and Jack Emmert of Kalispell. The "birthday song" was sung for Robert Haines. of decorating committees will put the plans into operation, stringing the decorations across the streets, on the boulevards and in Depot Park. A musical program, a mock wedding skit and imitations were on the entertainment program. A box social followed the pro- is sponsoring two Whitefish High School students, Ann Naccarato and Denny Howke, Draper Rites Set for Today POLSON -- Funeral services for Mrs. Mathilda Louise Elma Reckert t Dies at Age 54 Elma May Beckert, 54, died late Wednesday night in a Kalispell ·hospital. Mrs. Beckert was a native of Minneapolis. As a small child she came to the Flathead with her parents and made her honie here since. She was married to Jack Williams in 1913. Ht* died in 1942. On July 15, 1945, she was married to John Beckert, 'and with her husband had made her home in the Kila com- rounfty since h'er marriage. For [the November potluck supper. The supper will be Nov. 30 instead of Nov. 23 as originally announced.; Hostesses for the supper will be Mrs. J. H. Gaines, Mrs. A. E. Boernei', Mrs. E. B. Ryan and Mrs. Hlnderman. Next meeting of the Bear Dance Club will be hosted by Mrs. W. L. Streeter and Mrs. Harriete Street- rr Roberts on the afternoon of Dec. 4., Inidity at 10 a.m.. 80 per centi By United Prsn WEST OF DIVIDE -- Cloudy a n d warmer with n few rain or snow showers this afternoon, tonight and west portion today; freezing rain at times around 0.000 feet; highs 35-50; cloudy with widely scattered showers tonight; warmer; )cnvs 25-35; continued cloudy, slightly cooler tomorrow with a Jew spow showers mountains; highs 42-62;' locally 30-50 mph Sunrise, 7:56 a.m. southwesterly winds near east slopes 30. Relative, hu- divide this afternoon and tonight^ de- 0 000 feet- , : feezing rain at times neor creasing tomorrow. FIVE-DAY FORECAST WEST OF DIVIDE -- Temperatures will average near normal, rising trend through weekend; colder again early next week: light snows mostly" mountain areas early next week, otherwise EAST OF DIVIDE -- Cloudy a n d around 20. wanner with scattered rain or snow " showers mostly mountain sections of , ... .,,, , i. _ . ,, ^ --------- ------ -- - ..... »- ~~~.oi. . in .the Voice 6f Democracy Son- Draper, retired practical nurse who the past several years she had test in Kalispell Nov. 25. Each j died at a local hospital 'Tuesday,! been employed as a pastry cook will give a three to five-minute gram and Miss Julie Case, associ- speech on "I Speak for Democ- ate home presented demonstration awards and agent,'racy." record books. Betty Barnes and Monte | Jean Vance won blue ribbon awards in home economics and were presented additional gifts. The next meeting will be a dinner meeting at Franchy's Chinese Gardens next Wednesday at 8 p.m. Please note change of meeting date due to Thanksgiving. Obituaries ! Church-"officiating. Pallbearers'' Were 1872, in Bagley, Wis. She was married to Zed Draper in 1890 in Wisconsin and he "preceded her in death in 1897. She made her home in South Dakota, coming to Poison about 15 years ago. She worked for many years as a practical nurse. Surviving are one son, James A. Ruckdashel, Roekford, Iowa; a sister, Mrs. 'Lena Moore, Poison; two brothers, Charles Ruckdashel, . .-:.,-. ._ . , j . . -- - . - . - . - - . . - _ . . - - Eureka, and Leonard Ruckdashel, s : of_ihe,^resbyterianJby;the-Rev.TL.-D.Peckof tbe^irst Vebleni s . D- . four g randc hildren LecRoy Ritzman Evan L. Moore i .Funeral services for Evan Le- J R o y Moore were at : the .Catron Grant.Ritzman, 52, were Thursday Funeral services ' for '.-LeeRoy were to be held at the Retz Chapel in Poison today at 2 p.rn., with the Rev. C. W. Hood of the Church of God, officiating. Burial was to he in Lake View Cemetery, under the direction of Retz Mortuary. at the Bi-Rile Fountain In Kalispell. ' She is Survived by her husband, John Beckert, of Kila; two sons, Donald Williams, of Ellinsberg, Wash., and George Williams of Mrs. Draper was born May 20,! Kalispell; six daughters, Janiel Allen Her: riges, Bob Tompkihs, Dick Vick, ; Honier Akey, Bill Shanahan and Baptist" Church Pallbearers were Pat McBrlde, Leslie Foy, Manuel Bauska, Bud Franklin, Meade James and Homer Reginald MacDonald. Burial was Meacham. Burial was in Conrad Jn Whitefish Cemetery, with VFW Memorial Cemetery. Post 276 and the Whitefish National Guard in charge of military rites. I Evan LeRoy Moore was born ; June 6, 1925, at Wliitefish, the · son of Thomas and Edith Moore; and "nine great-grandchildren. LeeRoy Grant Hitzman was born at Bevier, Mo., March 17, 1905, to I George Franklin and Ella Jane Shappell-Ritzman. He came to Kalispell with his parents at the age of 5 and attended Kalispell He was graduated from White- schools. On April 27, 1926, h.e fish High School and following .married Mary Ellen Franklin, who graduation enlisted in the Army| d i e d Oot l 1946 - , , on June 16, 1943, at Butte. He' Mr - Rit»«M was a veteran of THE DAILY INTER LAKE W. B. Sweetland, Editor and Publisher Fubjlshed daily (except Saturday) and Sunday bj* Inter Lake Publishing Company, 410 First, Avenue, west, Kalispell, Montana. Entered as second class matter at Post Office. Kalispell. Montana. Member of the Audit: Bureau cf Clrculatloni was an automatic rifleman and served with Co. G, 85th Infantry. He" was in the North Apennines Subscription Prlcei Carrier Rates Daily Sunday, one month 9 1.75 Daily fc Sunday, one year 21.00 World War II, having served with MAIL HATES PAID m ADVANCE. the Air Force. In 1947, he moved to Seattle, Wash., and in 1951 went and Po Valley engagements and l ° wor H *°r United Air Lines in was wounded in action in Italy.'San Francisco and made his home He received his honorable d!sat San ^ Vista, near there He I charge April 14, 1945, and was a i disabled veteran. Mr. Moore received the Silver S':ar, Purple Heart, Good Copduct Ribbon,' and "European, Africans Middle Eastern Theater Ribbon with two bronze stars. After service, he returned to Whitefish where on July 16, 1948, he married Marceline DeVall. He and his wife moved to California where he attended the University of California. He later attended was active in the work of the Baptist Church at San La Vista. Mr. Ritzman was married to Lila Rockstrom, July 3, 1956. He died Nov. 17, at San La Vista, Calif. He is survived fay his wife, Lila, at home; four step-children, Mrs. Natalie Allen Of San .Bernardino, Calif., Mrs. Donna Sunderland of Sunnyvale, Calif., George Rockstrom, now in Germany in the armed service, and P.onald. Rockstrom at home; his mother, Mrs. the Hollaway Dramatic School and EUa Riteman ' of Seat ti e Wash.; then completed a radio engineering fi j te ^ Huth Hamburger and technician school. .. · ; He returned with his family to Whitefish about two years ago and moved to Kalispell about three months ago where he was employed by KGEZ as program director in Kalispell. He died at his home at 821 First Ave. East, Kalispell, Nov. 17. He is survived by his wife, celine, at the family home in Kalifipell; one son, Michael, 1 .6; a daughter, Jan, 5, both at the'home; I his mother, Mrs. Forrest Yarbrough of KallspeH; his father, I Thomas Moore of Fresno, Calif.; jtwo brothers, Jack Moore of Havre ·nd Don Moore of Fresno, Calif.; and a half-brother, Brian Yar- brouch of Galata. In Montana -- where carrier service is-not available,-- 1 year 15.00, 6 mo. 8.00, 3 mo. 4.00. i mo. 1.50. Mail service within carrier area at carrier rates only. Mail 'outside Montana, one year 21.00, one month 1.75. COUNTY TREASURER'S WARRANT GALL Upon presentation at the office o£ the County Treasurer of Fiatr head County, Kallspei}, Montana, on or after the 22nd day of November, 1957, I will pay the following Flathead County Warrants,, interest to cease November 22, 1957. Registered on or Before Cone of Fortine, Violet Krantz of Kalispell, Virginia Riley of L5b- by, Patsy Rocco of Imvood, N.Y., Joy Eichten of Kellogg, Idaho, Stamp Show Will Open Tomorrow Opening tomorrow afternoon at the IOOF Teihple, the Flathead Valjey Stamp and Coin Chib Exhibit will feature collections of stamps and coins from all over the world. The exhibit will display souvenirs of mighty empires and countries that have vanished following boundary settlements of various wars. Admission to the exhibit is 25 cents for adults and 10 cents for students and hours are from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. This exhibit, first for the club, is expected to become an annual affair, with pro- and Jeraldine Stuart of Missoula; ceeds this year being turned over three brothers, George and Eafl.to the Kalispell^ Community Chest. Bliss, both of Kalispell, and Voyed Bliss of Prospect, Ore. Funeral services for Mrs. Beckert will be tomorrow "at 2 p.m. at Waggener and Compbell Chapel, by Dr. S. McMaster Kerr of the Presbyterian Church with "burial in Glacier Memorial Gardens. Owner of Tavern Faces Charge County Atty. M. Dean Jellison has filed charges of allowing persons 18 or under to be In the Hungry Horse Bar in Martin City against the tavern's owner, Clarence Rand. Rand is scheduled to appear in Justice Court of Floyd P. Jones of Columbia Falls. The complaint was filed on the basis of a visit to the establishment two weeks ago by county law officers. Under the law, persons 18 and younger may not be in a bar and those 19 to 21 may not be served. Owners of the various collections will be on hand to explain Living Cost Increase Ends WASHINGTON (UP) -- The 13-month climb in the cost of living- has ended, the eovern- mcnt announced today. Consumer prices in October held to their September levels, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported. The announcement followed a statement yesterday by Labor Secretary James P. Mitchell that the inflationary spiral has been checked. A seasonal drop in food prices was primarily responsible for stopping: the long upward push on family budgets which had occurred every month since August, 1956.. The index for October, as for September, was 121.1 per cent of a 1947-49 consumer price average... It was 2.9 per cent higher than in October, 1956. Spanish War Vets Host Officers A banquet was sponsored b y j members of the United Spanish' Wai* Veterans at the Temple Tea Room Tuesday in honor of State Commander August A l b r i g h t , Miles City, and State Auxiliary President Jeannette T i d y m a n, EAST OF DIVIDE -- Temperatures will average from 4-11 degrees above normal northeast to near normal southwest portion; warmer at beginning ot period, turning colder aR?in first of next week; scattered light snows first of next week, otherwise J f t t l e or no precioiratian: normal niax- imums 35-41, minimums 12-23. TABLE Joliet. Members from Whitefish, Co- Billings ..-Belgrade __ 31 Broadus _ 35 Buttc 26 Cut Bank __ 36 Dillon _ 31 Drumond ._. , 3d Glasgow 30 Mnx Min Pep ... 38 -- n 17 T 0 27 3 19 19 lumbia Falls and the State Soldiers Home attended, as well as those from Kalispell. The Siate Auxiliary president j a n d the commander made brief NATIONA r 'talks concerning the national con-ch!TMo vention they attended at Little' Rock, Ark. Past President Lillian Shaw .presented Jeannetle Tidyman a gift from the Auxiliary and Commander Clark Grady, State Soldiers Home, gave news on happenings there. Al Miron of the Veterans Welfare Commission talked on benefits. Second Quint To Be Married CORBEIL, Ont. (UP)--The second of Canada's four surviving Dionne quintuplets to marry this year added the final touches today to her costly trousseau in preparation for her wedding tomorrow the significance of then- items,[to Phillipe Langlois. from history to technical infor-| Cecile, 23, considered the most mation that makes it valuable to collectors. Ron Counsel Wins Speech Contest Ron Counsel was named winner of the "I Speak for Democracy" contest at Flathead County High SchooL The contest is sponsored .by the Kalispell Junior Chamber of Commerce. Carol Christison won second place and Desiree Colletta was third. Counsel now will compete the state contest. vivacious of the quints, will marry the 26-year-old . free-lance television cameraman In tiny Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, only short distance from the northern Ontario farmhouse which became world famous on May 28, 1934. Jaycees Sponsor Coat Havre ........ _ ................ _;.,,.!_ 33 Kalispcll ...... _____________ ..... __ 29 Miles City _ ,, _ 40 New Orleans ..... New York Phoenix Miami _. S.4S Hospital Notes ALLHEAD, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton, girl, Kalispell, yesterday. SUTTON, Mr. and Mrs. Frank, girl, Cut Bank, yesterday. ADMITTED Mrs. Dale, BIRTHS FISHER, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond, boy, Kalispell, yesterday. McMlLLAN, Mr. and Mrs. A Kalispell Jaycee Committee!Frank, boy, East Glacier, yester- under King Billedeaux and Leo day. Evans has completed plans for "Operation Coathanger." On Dec. 4, the Jaycees, in conjunction with members of the FCHS a capella choir and Civil Air Patrol cadets, will conduct a house-to-house drive for old coat hangers. Hangers collected in the drive will be boxed in groups of 500 by the Jayceens and sold to local and Missoula cleaning establishments for $3.50 per box. The drive will be conducted in Kalispell from 3:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Dec. 4, with proceeds to be turned over to the fund to send the choir to the Brussels, Belgium, World's Fair. In Fund Evergreen Fire District u. Road : -July 11, 1957 _Nov. 19, 1957 Bridge '. .Nov. 19, 1957 County Extension Nov. 19, 1957 Noxious Weed Nov. 19, 1957 and Mi-s. Mabel Small, both of) Dated this 21st day of Novem Seattle, Mrs. Ethel Moore of Gig Harbor, Wash., Mrs. Margie Hanson of Spokane, and Mrs. Vera Dodd of Nampa, Idaho; two brothers, Harry Ritzmah of Renton, Wash., and James Ritzman of Spokane; and three grandchildren. There are also two aunts, Mrs. Isabell Ritzrnan and Mrs. Nora Wall, both of Kalispell, and other relatives. BAKED FOOD SALE Every Saturday Fourth door W. of Conrad Bank . Sponsored by Reorganized Church of Jeinr Christ Of L.D.S. ATTENTION Inter-State Truck Operators - ·' r . ' : i ' ' l '~' Clayton Brown and Frank Disney representing the Montana Motor Transport Association, Inc., of Billings, Montana, will be at the Vacationer Motel, Kalispell, November 25 and 26 to assist all truck operators with applications for licensing and pro-ration, fo.r ov JS58.' ber, 1957. (Nov. 22) FREDA SHANAHAN Flathead County TTreaturei LET'S TALK TURKIY ABOUT YOUR AUTOMOolLI INSURANCE POLICY We can otter yon the broadest coverage possible under onr new "Family Protection" policy, at a price yon can aford. Why not call m or come int Walt Woods AGENCY IN.^RANCE » A U T O LOANS 332 Main Ph. SK 6-5031 Equipment Fails, KGEZ Off the Air Radio Station KGEZ was off the ir today due to technical difficul- ies which engineers were having ·ouble locating. Dick Vick, general manager, aid the chief engineers of KGEZ ,adio and KGEZ-TV had both been vorking since 6 a.m. today to at- empt to restore service, but had ri unable to locate the trouble. Bigfork Fire The Bigfork Volunteer Fife Department responded to s chimney ire call from the C. E. L. Measure lome on East Lake Shore today at he fire department prevented .amage to the home. The 1957 Ohio Legislature passed 336 new laws. DID YOU KNOW THAT) you can rent a new NECCHI Stwing Mochin*? -/ only Mr Mill A MONTH vhli Graham's SERVICE TERMS Phen* SK 6-3312 Deadline Nears For Taxpayers Flathead County taxpayers have only four more days in which to pay their first half 1957 real estate taxes, Mrs. Freda Shanahan, county treasurer, warned today. "Mrs. Shanahan reminded taxpayers the court house will be closed Thanksgiving Day. After the Nov. 30 deadline a penalty and interest will be added to delinquent tax bills. Tax statements must be pre- Marriage License Flathead County clerk of court ssued a marriage license yesterday to John W. Benson, 50, and Vtary A. MathwSg, 40, both of Kalispell. mailed to the treasurer's office. PUT IT IN CLASSIFIED AND WATCH IT SELL- Denies Report BOGOTA, Colombia (UP)--Miss Universe, Gladys Zender of Peru, has denied she is engaged to former Cuban diplomat Dino Berisso, a Bogota newspaper reported yesterday. In fact, the 18-year-old Peruvian beauty maintained s h e did not even know .Berisso, according to "El Independiente." Sample Sign Questions rose quickly yesterday about the "2000" numeral on the Main Street sign pictured on page 1 of yesterday's Daily Inter Lake. Main Street doesn't run that far, but Hie sign was just a sample. ,Degree Work Work in Mark Master Degree is scheduled for today for Kalispell Chapter of Royal Arch Masons instead of Master Degree as listed in the social calendar. The meeting will be at 8 p.m. at Masonic Temple. · RILEY, Mrs. Dale, Columbia Falls. SULLIVAN, Mrs. Mildred, Bigfork. RACICOT, Robert, Kalispell. DISCHARGED EASTLAND, Mrs.. Joseph, Eureka. HOLCOMB, Harry, Polebridge. · GILBERT, John, Columbia Falls. MUBCHISOJV, Mrs. Kenneth, Kalispell. FEIRSTEIN, Mra. Lewis, Columbia Falls. THORBERG, Harold, Kalispell. HINES, Mrs. Richard and baby, KalispelL ORSER, Mrs. Robert and baby, KalispelL SHEPARD, Mrs. Jessie and baby, Kila. Whitefish Memorial ADMITTED EVEY, James, Whitefish. WINGARD, Mrs. Roger, West Glacier. WHITMORE, Donna, Whitefish STORM, Leonard, Spokane. ROSS, Ernest, Minneapolis. BENNEWITZ, Joan, Whitefish. WHITMORE, Lovell, Whitefish. DISCHABGED SMITH, Don, Whitefish. VIEHE, Cynthia, Whilefish. Tree toads can change color to match the vegetation. ALL THAT GLITTERS is not gold and there are glitters on watch cases that won't stay there through the first year. Let your watchmaker explain at Bjorneby Jewelry HAVE YOU FILLED YOUR LOCKER YET Try Super Foods Delicious Steer Beef For Your Locker FRONT QUARTER....lb. 35c BY THE SIDE ............ Ifa. 38c HIND QUARTER ....ib. 45c 40 E. Idaho - Ph. SK 6-5576 DE SOTO toolore pieJcnf GROUCKO MARX (n "Ton 5d Your Uf«" oo NBC T*Je*Uio» * ONLY T THE ENGINE OF THE FUTURE De Soto's totally new Turboflash V8 whispers while it works. Here is a deep breathing, barrel chested power plant with outstanding performance capabilities--Turboflash is standard equipment on all 16 models of the 158 DeSoto. · » » » « « ! » » » * three new price ranges... starting just above the lowest... Firesweep STOCKTON MOTORS fittf Av*. W. and Fourth St. Ask your dealer about new D« Soto... 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