The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 24, 1957 · Page 8
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Kalispell, Montana
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Sunday, November 24, 1957
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~8 THE INTER LAKE, Sunday, November 24, 1957 Friends Host Parties For Recent Bride WHITEFISH {ILNS) -- Three parties given recently have hon- honored guest before she opened her many gifts. ored a bride, Mrs. Gary Smith, | Others present for this occasion were Mrs. Orman Hutchlnson, the former Ann Hutchinson. One at the home of Mrs. Bill Bakeberg, with Mrs. Dale Evenson and Miss Midge Boorman as- fisting, was a miscellaneous shower. Cut flowers decorated the Mrs. Elmer Smith, Mrs. E. Street, Mrs. Jack Hunt, Mrs. Cart Van Hoven, Miss Dorothy Hutchinson, Miss Janice Jorgensen, Mrs. Robert Boyd, Mrs. Harry Maddux, Social Calendar MONDAY : J rifles call SK6-4988 or SKS-3327. Kalispell Duplicate Bridge Club, 1 TOPS ' 1035 Sixth Ave " E a s t ' Reservation Room, Kalispell Bowl, p ' m ' home and a dessert lunch was,Mrs. Fred Stanard, Mrs. Rollln Harwood, Miss Beverly Street and Mrs. Karl Kemppainen. served. Games were the diversion with prizes won by Mrs. Herb Dailies and Mrs. Orman Hutchinson. Others attending were Mrs. Elmer Smith, Mrs. Keith Monson, Mrs. LeRoy Flammang, Mrs. Les Swisher and Mrs.'Jerry Bakeberg. Another was at the home of Mrs. Everett Evenson with Mrs. Les Swisher assisting hostess. One large gift from the sewing club and number of smaller gifts from others attending were presented to the bride. A salad course was served late in the evening. Guests were Mrs. E. Street, Mrs. Elmer Smith, Mrs. Charles Irwin, Mrs. Frank Moore, Mrs. Harry Howell, Mrs. Roy Olson, Mrs. Fran Saterlie, Mrs. Richard Simons, Miss Allyce Street, Mrs. Dick Cowan, Mrs. John Austin,.the State Historical Museum in HD Club Names Officers for 1958 HELENA FLATS (ILNS) -Twelve members of Merry Mixers Home Demonstration Club participated in the election of officers last Monday evening. Mrs. Wallace Westphal was selected president, Mrs. Howard AVeisz, vice president; and Mrs. Andy Kendall, secretary-treasurer. The .group voted to send $2 to the state project of Motitana Home Demonstration Council for t h e proposed pioneer homestead for 7:30 p.m. Two-session individual club championship p!ay; first session. Gold Seal Chinchilla Association, Eagles Buildings, upstairs 8 p.m. Hedges and Elrod P-TA, com-l bined meeting-, Hedges gymnasium, 8 p.m. Linus J. Carlton, dean of school of education, MSU, "Education Today)' FCHS Chanters to sing. All P-TA members welcome. Sapphira Daughters of the Nile Club, Tempje Tea Room, 6:30 p.m. Dinner meeting. Whitefish M e m o r i a l Hospital Guild, nurses' dining room, 7:30 p.m. Gift shop shower. . TUESDAY Christian Womens Fellowship, Group 3. Mrs. Wilbur Lyford, Roote 1, Kalispell, 8 p.m. For Eagles Auxiliary, Eagles Hall, 8 p.m. Adah Chapter, OES, Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. Rainbow night; refreshments. Flathead Camera Club^ basement Montana Hotel, 7:30 p.m. Color competition, 8-12 slide sequence. Black and white, landscape, fishing. Bring one black and white print, open, for PSA competition. MWA Circle, Mrs. George Zemple, 152 Third Ave. East-North, 1:30 p.m. Trinity Lutheran LWML, church parlors, 7:30 p.m. Hospital Volunteers, Kalispeli General Hospital dining room, 2 p.m. XI Eta, BSP, Mrs. George Robbin, 725 South Main St., 8 p.m.' Kqri Firinland Tells Auxiliary Of Capital Trip Kari Finnland of Libby presented the program a,t the November meeting' of American Legion Auxiliary. The Libby High School student was one of eight Montanas who won a three-week all-expense trip to Washington, P.C., last summer for prize whining essays on the United Nations. The contest was sponsored by IOOF and is a national project of the lodge. Miss Finnland read her essay, gave highlights and showed slides of the trip. Her mother, Mrs, John Finnland was a guest of the auxiliary. Guild Plans Shower for Gift Shop WHITKFISH (ILNS) -- The Whiteflsh Memorial Hospital Guild will have its regular November meeting Monday at 7:30 p.m. in t h e . nurse's dining room at the hospital. Highlight of the meating will be the annual gift shop shower. Small gift items, such as stationary,- cologne, cosmetics, candy and cigarettes will be appreciated. The shop is operated by the guild as a service to -the patients and as Mrs. Dye Heqds Birch Grove Club LaSALLE (ILNS) -- Mrs. Jim Dye was elected president of Birch Grove Willing Workers Club last Thursday at the home of Mrs. Sara Casne. Other officers named for 1958 were Mrs. Bud Hannaman, vice president; Mrs. Casne, secretary; and Mrs. Stan Bruner, treasurer. A committee reported that cup cakes had been delivered to Kim- a fund raising activity for guild I projects. , The program of the evening will include a film and is under the direction of Mrs. James Murphy. Mrs. Joe Bilant and Mrs. Leonard Hetrick will be hostesses for the coffee hour. Other guests were Mrs. Gladys j All interested in the work of Millhouse and Mrs. Zella Gillie. I the guild are invited to attend. bje Rest Home and Kalispell Convalescent Home and that others would be distributed to the two homes again before 1 Thanksgiving. Members completed pl*ns for a holiday meeting at the home of Mrs. Bruner Dec. 9 when there will be a gift exchange. Mrs. Rny Hall entertained with a quiz game and . Mrs. Arnold Stiles read "The Hoemaker'« Creed." Guests of the meeting were Mrs. Robert Freeh) Mrs. Elizabeth Solo- gub and Mrs. Hall. Mrs. Hall won the special gift of the day. When you buy the new, narrow shoes with pointed toes, pick the mid-heel for your first pair rather than a very high heel. And choose a lightweight, pliable leather. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Mrs. Lowell McKeen, Mrs. E. L. Gray and Mrs. Gladys Marlow. Another on Monday evening was »t the home of Mrs. Ole Tveidt with Mrs. Wallace Dixon and Mrs. Jack Burleigh assisting hostesses. Winning at games were Mrs. William Stolte and Mrs. B. J. Peter- rnan. A special corsage of measuring spoons was presented the Helena. The Christmas party was rescheduled and will be at the home of Mrs. Kendall instead of with Mrs. Willard Lybeck. Identity of secret pals will be disclosed in a gift exchange at the holiday p,arty. New officers will be in» stalled at the December meeting. Mrs. Pail Sperry hosted the club meeting. Duplicate Bridge Club Sponsors Tournament Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Dickinson and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Chamberlain, 27; were overall winners In a teams of lour tournament sponsored by Kalispell Duplicate Bridge Club last Sunday at Temple Tea Room. The teams winning rating points In the two session event were: Mrs. \V. Q. Conway-Mrs. R. L. Waggener and Mrs, W. C. Peterson-Eugene Gillette and Mrs. C. T. Kavanagh-Mrs. L. S. Whetstone and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Larsen tied for second and third overall winners with a score of 26Vi- Two teams tied for fourth and fifth' place with 25 points. They were Mrs. Lyle Hensleigh-Robert Kl- ler and C. C. Chrisinger-Robert Sykes and Dr. W. C. Peterson- L,awrence Larson and Mr. and; Mrs. Max Lehman. · In the first session event the] Dickinsons and Chamberlains w high score with laVa points. Placing teams were Conway-Waggener and Peterson-Gillette, 14Va; and Kavanagh-Keller and Chrisinger- Sykes, 13. During evening play winning teams were Peterson^Larson and the Lehmans and .Kavanagh-Whetstone and the Lars ens, -13V£, and Hensleigh-Keller and Chrisinger- Sykes, VIVz. . - · . . - . In master point play at Kalispell Bowl last Monday evening results were:North-South -- Eugene Gillette- Harry Isch, 85; Dr. W. C. Peterson- Lawrence Larson, 81V£; and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Chamberlain, 73VS. East-west -- Mr. and Mrs. Herb Larsen, 81; Mrs'. C. T. Kavanagh- Mrs. Lyle Hensleigh, 79; and Mrs. C. O. Miller-Mrs. Oohald Buckingham, 72. Bob Sykes, play director announces that a two-session club championship tournament will begin next Monday in the Reservation Room of Kalispell Bowl at 7:30 p.m. The second session is scheduled for Dec. 2. S E R V I C E Our service covers ihe entire Flathead Valley. Our Funeraf Home was ihe first established in the Flathead Valley. A telephone call -- day or night will bring prompt response. Our prices -- your selection governs the price. JOHNSON FUNERAL HOME Owned and Operated Exelutlvel; by Paul W. Johnxm 343 First Ave. West Dial SK6-3120 . Kalispell, Montana SOFT as a cushion LIGHT as a feather Waftfoj in every step you fair* ONLY :·: t' 2 Stem In K«H*p*N YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFT HEADQUARTERS FOR MEN and WOMEN The selection is the BEST EVER of lovely quality items with TRADE NAMES you know that are famous for their styling, workmanship and long yvear. And too, at prices that cost no more. Shop today"and select from the" lovely assortment on display. Have it laid away -- small deposit holds your selection. For HIM · MANHATTAN Shirts, Ties, Pajamas,. Handkerchiefs · KNOX HATS Smart styles, colors · PENDLETON Shirts, Jackets, Robes, Slacks · KUPPENHEIMER Suits -- Topcoats · HOLEPROOF SOX · COMFY DOWN COA%S Many styles · TOWN 4 COUNTRY Car and Casual Coats · GRIFFON Suits -- Sport Coats Many, Many Otfcer J^ve- . ly and Practical Gifts · MUNSINGWEAR SOX Guaranteed to Wear 5 years -- only SJ.M pr. Shop Your Christmas Store For HOME · PENDLETON Blankets -- Yardage Pae-A-Rbbes · QUAKER LACE Lunch Cloths · MAYTEX TOWELS Wash Hags · CALIFORNIA HAND PRINTS Lunchcloths -Christmas Assortment · GEO. 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Seampruf · FOUNDATIONS Warner's -- Sarong Maiden Form · LOVELY JEWELRY Hand Bags - Hdkfs. · LOFTIES · Knit Suits -- Skirt* · DRESSES - · ROBES \ · MATERNITY WEAR · MILLINERY ; · SCARFS- SHRUGS STOLES Starting Tomorrow Before Thanksgiving Pre- Christmas All Week Event With Store Wide Reductions from Month-End 25% to 50% on Famous Name Apparel to reduce excessive stocks and make roonxfor Christmas Gift Displays 45 Costume Separates Beautiful imported wool, also fine domestic fabrics in this, offering originally priced to $45.00. 9.88 13.88 19.88 29.88 125 Fine Wool Skirts Choose now from this offering of wool skirts in flannels, tweeds, and novelties. Sizes 10 to 18. Were to $15.95. 4.88 6.88 8.88 10.88 25 Car Coats Famous name makes . . . fashioned in water-repellent poplins. Quilted and Therma linings, attached hoods. Originally to S27.50. 9.88 11.88 14.88 Nearly 300 New Dresses Exceptional for style and fabric, house dresses in a wide ranga of rpgular and half sizes. Were to $15.98. 4.88 6.88 8.88 40 All Weather Coats Right when you need one . . . fully lined coats with matching hoodp or hats. Velveteens, corduroys, tweeds and rayon flannels. Sizes 8 to 18. Were to $32.50. 14.88 19.88 23.88 22 Units Fleishman Separates Smart styling in these corduroy and flannel separates. Skirts, jumpers, jackets, slim pants, blouses. Were to $14.95. 5.88 7.88 9.88 82 Sweaters Famous 'Name From famous name makers. Full fashioned in virgin wool. Boulon, orlon, and Helanca. Were to $19.95. Including jeweled. 4.88 6.88 8.88 10.88 25 Plaid Wool Jackets Good styles you wear the year around. Plaid; imported ^vools and domestic virgin wool. Were to $19.95. 11.88 and 13.88 39 Jersey Blouses Wonderful choosing here in wool and acrilan washable jerseys. Good fall colors, good styles in sizes 32 to 40. Originally priced to $8.95. 3.88 4.88 6.88 50 Blouses All Makes Broken size assortments in Peter Pan and Formfit bras in all typ?s Some strapless, some padded. Originally priced to §10.00. 1.88 3.88 4.88 T.V. Slippers Two tone Suede. Were priced $5.00. 2.88 Wool T Shirts Famous' Name Makes.- Were $8.95. 4.88 Tee Shirts Famous Name Make. Originally priced to $4.95. 1.88 Ski Parkas Dartmouth Poplins with hood. Originally $16.95. ' 8.88 60 Blouses - all types Odd lots of blouses in cottons, corduroys, wool jerseys, Velvanyl jersey and other fabrics. Were originally to $6.95. 1.88 2.88 3.88 13 Formals You'll . ady for the swankiest party hi one of these lovely bouffart net formals. Strapless tops, were priced to 529,95. 15.88 19.88 Blouses Dressy satins. Jewel buttons. Were $8.95. 5.88 Bags High- Styles. Were priced to $25.00. 8.88 - 14.88 Pajamas Slumber Wyns and Knits. Originally $6.50. 2.88 BOUFFANT Petticoats Full Sweep Nets. $4.50 Values. 2.88 Sweaters Odd Lot. Values to $955. 2.88 Knit Skirts Copper color only. 111.98 value. 4.88 Duster Jtobes Cotton flannel . . . nicely made. Were $4.98. i : 2.88 Nylons Odd lots, seamless, knee highs. Regular. Were to $1.65. 58c Ski Pants Famous name rfiake. Grey only.- Were to $12.95. 8.88 Stretch Nylons Larkwood perfect quality. One color only. ( were to . ' $1.65. ' ' · . 1.18 Knit Skirts Just a few. One .color only.. $11.9.8 Value. 4.88 Nylon Slips 'Odd lot nylons, 38 and 40. Lace, trimmed. Were to : $10.95. 5.88 Linen Kerchiefs Lace trimmed, nice Xmas gilts. $1.00 value. 58c House Dresses Odd lot. Simplicity. Wer* priced. $2.98. . . ' . ' , 88c Charge Purchases Balance of this month will appear on next month's bills. THE STORE FOR WOMEN I All Sales Final : No Exchanges, Refunds or Credit given on sale, offerings.

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