The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 25, 1957 · Page 3
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75 Attend November Meeting Of Whitefish Cub Pack 36 Cabinet Adopts Resolutions j Members of the cabinet of Lionrht Hennessy's requesting that the International District 37D adopted [international nature-of the district WHITEFISH (ILNS) -- Seventy- five cubs, parents and friends attended the November meeting of, Whitefish Cub Scout Pack 3G in the Presbyterian Church parlor Thursday evening. LeRoy Strunk, Mrs. Dennis Joyce and McKee. resolutions at a meeting yesterday be maintained and in support of the publication paper. of the district W. ArC Lundrigan of Cardston, Alta., district governor, presided at the meeting: news- Also present were BastUn Zoete-.Kvergreea, Jacr. zerr of man of Pincher Creek, Alta., Tom'Charles Moody of Ronar,, A number of awards were presented by McKee. Receiving bobcat pins were David Peternian, _, .. , . John Luke, Mike Overholtzer, - I h e meeUng was ^opened with a stan i ey Webber Jerry and L flag ceremony, by Den. 2, lea by Lallgdon Larr y p res nell, Tommy' l\lr: I Jfiii c^/\nat nttrl iVTi-o T3 T _^ ,,, ^ Draeger, Stephen Cripe, Mike Klem, Harold Dalen and Alyn Amundsen; wolf badge, gold and Mrs. Don Conat and Mrs. B. J. Peternian. Den G, under the direction of Mrs. Albert Hull and Mrs. Mary {silver arrow, Dennis Joyle; also Palmer, acted out a Thanksivingj under wolf, gold and silver arrow, theme in conjunction with a dis- 1 Dale Pennecard and Danny Penne- play representing, the Pilgrim vil- card, gold arrow, Don Scliwenke Jage at Plymouth Bock. The other an d silver arrow, Rickie Hull; un- dens put on skits relating to the "Achievement" t h e m e ' " for the month, one for each rank of cub- bing, bolacat',' wolf bear, lion and wcbelos. · Ten parents volunteered to serve on . t h e scout council and signed wilh the secretary-treasurer, John McKee. They are Carl cler tear, gold and silver arrow, Mike Mauk and Victor Powell; | gold arrow, Lennie LaBrie. A two-year service star went to Tommy Flammang and an assistant · denner bar to'Mark Silliker. Receiving service' stars were Tommy Cowan, Dickie Hull,. Bob Ket-| Scout Troop Pbtluck ., T , ,, T , , ,- ~ tleson. Pat Beatty, Gary Dalen, Van Hoyen, Mrs. irank MacDon- j Q Stevens, Linn aid Mr and Mrs. Robert Luke,|. Vjm H ' ^ Nea ,/ Don B. J. Peternian Wayle Pennecard,! Schwenke , victor Powell, Dennis Arnold Amundsen;-Jack Allison. Joyce and Rickie AU , son · ~ ·' The den mothers and committee members met last Monday at the! home of Mrs. Mary Palmer and' completed plans for .the above meeting. They will meet on Dec. 16 at the home of Mrs. Dale Powell to complete plans for the Dec. 19 WHITEFISH (ILNS) ~ -The pack meeting. "Christmas, World monthly get-together for the two wide" will be the theme, putrols of Whitefish Boy Scout Troop 28 and. their families was in the form of a planned pot-luck dinner Thursday evening at the Methodist Church parlor. Tables set for 51 were decorated with bronze chrysanthemums and " other fall arrangements. In charge was Mrs. Roger Gowdey rick. Scout and Mrs. Leonard Het- commilteemerj present Franck Commands Eureka Squadron REXFORD (ILNS)--At the meeting of the Eureka Squadron of the| Civil Air Patrol last week'Capt. Earl Franck was chosen as the new commander to replace Capt. Leo Collar, who had served for two and a from the Methodist Church, the half years. sponsoring group, were Clarence Nelson, chairman, Bob Wicen, Arnold Jacobsen and the 'Rev. Reagan and their wives. A · first aid demonstration and test was given by the boys. During the business session, committeemen for the new year were named. They are Leonard He trick, chairman; L. E. Shiftman, Robert Savage, W. E. Smith, Robert Wiccn, Roger Gowdey, the Rev. Reagan and Jacobsen. The institutional representative is Nel-' son. Observer wings were awarded to cadets Earl Frarick Jr., Delores Rein and" Gloria Heibein. Cadet Rein, was chosen to represent the Eureka Squadron as a Imember of the Cadet Adivsory 'Council for. the coming year. She will hold' the ! -rank of cadet major while serving on the council. Two visitors, Don Howard of the Libby Squadron and Otto Pryor of the Missoula Squadron, were present. Both men are communications Carter of Plains and George Howell of Superior, deputy district governors; Dr. H.W.C. Newberry of Morgan of Missoula and George Armour of Anaconda, zone chairmen; Walt Staves of 'Finley Point'.for the luncheon »»e Bct- Paulo* o* aptioril.counsellors, and A, N. Nelson, Kalispell club president. .Wives of the' group 'were present offlcers dron and came _ The scoutmaster is Wallace Dixon, assisted by Harold Hawley, Gerald Walters and Reid Mauk. '·The above named signed the charter for the coming year. It was reported that the sale of .Christmas wreaths and door charms being conducted by the 16 boys is proving successful. The December get-together will be put on by the boys. to assist the Eureka .Squadron in setting up an improved communications system. The meeting was concluded with the showing of the films "Thunderbirds, Air Force Jet Precision Flying Team" and "The Prior Claim." Illness Causes Rexford Absences REXFORD (ILNS)--Attendance at the Rexford School has been poor during the past two weeks due to the flu and colds. Parts for the Christmas play, have been given to the fifth,-sixth,; seventh and eighth grades. : Library Group Meets Tomorrow WHITEFISH (ILNS) -- The November meeting of the Whitefish Library Association will be tomorrow at 8 p.m. in the new library quarters in the City Center building. A report on the- membership campaign and one on the associa,- Dodgers' baseball stadum are tion's program to provide addi- showing about 75 per cent valid tional furnishings needed for the' signatures, sufficient to place the library will be heard." -issue on the ballot, if the trend All interested in ^he program continues. o£ the library are welcome to at- Anti-Dodger Trend LOS ANGELES (UP) -- Petitions seeking a referendum election on a proposed site for the tend. Record Moose · REXFORD (ILNS) -: Do~c"k' Webb, while hunting with'his. son, Ted, in the Phil's Lake area' shot a record moose. The animal was estimated at weighing 1,000 pounds. It had an antler spread measuring 42V'z inches with 11 inch palms. What's Your Pleasure? HOMETOWN, Pa. (UP).-- For many years Hugh Pendexter Jr. was a newspaperman and publicist in Philadelphia. Mrs. Pendexter raised dogs as a hobby. Recently they bought a country store here. Their advertisements read:' "Pendexter Country Store (Poodles to Noodles." Frora ituaries Julius Nelson ^ Funeral services for Julius Nel- in the U.S. Army and served his country during World War I until I he was honorably discharged after Chapel Friday with the Rev. Howard Folkestad of the Holiness Methodist Church officiating. Pallbearers were Fred Van Dyke, Les Govett, Westly DeYoung, Carl Vervoort, John Douglas and. Harry'about , Bowers. Burial was in Whitefish fish where .was employed by Western Fruit Co. in 1925'he hired out to the Great Northern Railway where he was employed as a machinist helper until his retirement cemetery. VFW Post 276 of Whitefish was In charge of , military rites. . .. Julius Nelson was born at Myrtle, Minn., and in 1917 enlisted years ago. He died Nov. 20. He is survived by one sister, Mrs. Laura .Reese of Wbitefish. and one nephew, Ned H. Nelson, of Salt Lake City/Utah. . Announcing. . . . MEATS SUPPLY tO. In Kalispell ; ' Now Carry a Complete Line of Eva Gates HOME MADE PRESERVES WILD FRUIT SYRUP . . . ALSO GIFT; BOXES Gift Ideas for that Man or Woman on List... Wyatf Earp Badge Included Sizes 4 to 12 Just like the TV Marshal, he'll be dressed in grand Western style. V/arm r long sleeve combed cotton shirts in brown with tan, red with grey, and two-toned blue. Smart Western cuff and slim cow-puncher tie. Girls' Reg. $1.98 Flannel Print PJ's ·^^^^^^^^^"^"·"·^·····^·····MBMi^TM Away Now for Christmas · M TM^TMTMTM"^TM" 1 ----""·······^^^^·······^^M ... V- For All The Little Men On Your Lilt! ' Reg. $1.98 Sweet Dreams at a Savings Now is the time to save on girls' nightwear. Adorable butcher boy styles .with mandarin collars and warm rib knit cuffs and ankle bands. Delicate floral prints. Sizes 4-io 1.4. Attractively Boxed for Gift Giving · Boys' Fancy Dress Shirts Waterproof Mitts $150 1 Pr. Durable Plastic · Warm Flannel ILining · Pliable, durable -- wipe clean in a fiffy -wonderful winter-time milts, with soft warm flannel lining. Colorfu.l plastic shell in red, blue and brown. Keep little hands toasty warm and dry during cold weather. Sizes 4 to 12 A classy dress shirt for a real young,, man! Fancy broadcloth in solids and stripes. Regular collar just like Dad's. Choose from white, blue, yellow, or tan. Bow tie and cuff links included. · Repeating a Sell-Out! Tots' Hooded Poplin Car Coats · Bow Tie · Citff Links OUR BOOKS ARE CLOSED No Payments 'til 58 on all purchases -starting tomorrow · So Popular! Comfortable and . Practical · Striped Convertible - Hood r Just right for play-time and budget priced at that! Poplin car coafs for the young fry ; -- never- get-lost knit lined convertible hood. W a r m wool quilted rayon covered, lining and smart toggle closing. Sizes 2 to 4. ..·J^^H-.i.V.'..; ;_lf i, .- ·»..V.r,nr..V,^,*«i*'V.,.j.: 1 ,.-. S'»W'i..v. i '.r

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