The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 25, 1957 · Page 4
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BSP Makes Yule Cards .At Meeting Psi Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, members worked on Christmas Mrs. H. Berner Heads HD Club Mrs. Homer Berner was elected president of Lost Creek Home Demonstration Club Tuesday at the home 'of Mrs. Paul Asher, Other- officers elected for the club year are Mrs. Asher, vice cards at a meeting Wednesday president; Mrs. Robert May, sec- night at the home of Miss Connie^retary; and Mrs. Clayton Peterson, McCown. The cards will be sent to former members of Psi Chapter who have and to Beta Sigma across the United treasurer. Other leaders are Mrs. Ernie Hartsoch, reporter, and Mrs. Joe Rhoades, program leader. The Christmas meeting and party was scheduled for Dec. 17 at the home of Mrs. C. W. May. Mrs. Jay Shoop reported on the -Thirteen attended the November moved away Phi shut-ins SlKtes, Canada and Scotland. recent safety council meeting she attended, and the serving of coffee at a new car showing, a BSP City Council project. Plans progressed tor the Christmas party to he at the home of Mrs. Thomas Roseau. The social committee, under the leadership of Mrs. Gerald Cole, will report the final arrangements at the Dec. 4 meeting. Mrs. Robert Fehlberg, president, reminded members that the bridal doll will be awarded at the next meeting. Mrs. Shoop represents Psi Chap; ter in a committee that includes representatives from Rho and Xi Eta chapters that will make a sample tray set favor for t h e members to follow. The favors will be used at Kalispell General Hos- mee.ting. Demersville Pair To Spend Winter In California DEMERSVILLE (ILNS) Mr. and Mrs. George McCormack have left to spend the winter with his sister, Mrs. Edith Sagen, at Crescent City, Calif. The Mike Emmerts are caring for the McCormack farm. will be constructed by all three chapters during future meetings. ' "Environment, Health, Work and Play" and their importance to happiness was discussed by Miss Aletha Willis as a portion of her program. She asked members to determine which contributed most to their personal happiness. The Dec. 4 meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Cole with a Mr. and Mrs. Fred Minear and family of Paradise were guests Saturday of last weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hetland. Mrs. Minear and daughters attended the "Make it with Wool" contest of District 1 in Kalispell. Marilyn and Shirley Ann were contestants. Dinner guests Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Seney were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyers of Portland, Ore., and Mr. EUREKA (ILNS) -- Seven candidates were . given the Rebekah degree at a meeting of Lincoln CLASS DISTINCTION--Proud grandmother, Mrs. Mabel Howard, who has the unusual distinction of having at least one grandchild in every grade of Bandon, Ore., schools, poses with the school age youngsters. Mrs. Howard, 72, has eight children, 24 grandchildren, and 7 great-grandchildren. The students and their grades (left to right, back row) are: Carl Sahdslrom Jr., senior; Judy Howard and Ronald Knox, juniors; Jimmy Knox, sophomore; Lincia Crew, freshman; Rodney Edwards, eight grade; Steve Howard and Donna Knox, seventh. Front row, left to right, Greg Crew, sixth; Susan Howard, fifth; David Howard, fourth; Tommy Howard, second; Sharon Howard, Darrel Franson (a great-grandson) and Gayle Propeck, first. cmai Christmas program under the di-!and Mrs. LeRoy Hendrickson a n d l -4 THE INTER LAKE, Monday, November 25, 1957 rection of Miss McCown. Each member has been asked to bring a Christmas idea. Club Speaker Tells of Early Valley Days family of EvergreenI Other recent guests of the Seneys were Mr. and Mrs. Cole Larson and Mrs. Ida Hageri of Minot, N-D. Albert Holm of Stanley, N.D., was a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Seney. D. Gordon Rognlien speaker at a guest Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mitton left Sunday for San Diego, Calif., to visit with their son, Robert, and Mr. and Mrs. David Mitton. Mrs. Jess Lynch is staying with the children while Mrs. Larson Speaks On Chrysanthemums Club Honors Mrs. Mqdison REXFORD (ILNS) -- The LumberjHIs Home Demonstration Club met at the Community Hall Wednesday evening with Mrs. Ro- jbert Fleming arjd IVJrS- Carl An] derson as hostesses. A demonstration on gift wrapr ping was given by. Mrs. Jack Par- rjsh and Mrs. Kenneth Graves. Mrs. Dewey Madfsop was vptc(J the outstanding, club woman of Eureka Lodge Initiates Candidates at Meeting Those on the decorating and lunch committee were Gala Ram- blow, Margaret Titchboiirne, Mrs. Rebekah Lodge at Masonic Tern- Richardson, Sina Johnson, Victoria pie. New members are Phyllis An- Social Calendar derson, Lelah Higle, Lillian leigh, Cornelia Johnson, Beulah , King, Clijra Hurst and Shirley Roberts. A Christmas party with gift exchange was scheduled for Dec. 16. Another holiday party for secret pals was planned and will be at the home of Ipez Dierman. Names will be disclosed in a gift exchange and names for the coming year will be drawn. Members with birthdays in Noy- cmber and December were honored during the Ecoial hour in the dining room. Mrs. Marie Richardson, noble grand, presented them with miniature cups and saucers. MONDAY Kalispell Duplicate Bridge Club, Reservation Room, Kalispell Bowl, 7:30 p.m, Two-session individual club championship play; first session. Gold Seal Chinchilla Association, Eaglcs Builcli »g s ' «Pstair s 8 p.m. mey, Mary Moses, DeLorfc Evins,' Hed * es and Elrod p - TA com ' Olga Peterson, Jackie Holder, Edna Frost, Bea Armstrong, Charlotte Anderson and Ethel Johnson. Club Sends Gifts To French Family DEMERSVILLE (ILNS) -- Gifts of food and clothing were packed at a Thursday meeting, of Moun- tlin *\7lm** T3tt.(U^A.. *-11..1^ -T A .» ~Ur -- View Birthday Club" for shipment to Sudan, France, for a French boy, Guy Fays, and his family. Auxiliary Wraps Gifts For Orphans EAST LAKE SHORE (ILNS) '-Members of .the Yellow Bay Community Club Auxiliary wrapped Christmas gifts to send to the state orphanage at Twin Bridges during a meeting of the group Thursday. The meeting was at the home of Mrs. Nellie Clark with Mrs. James Hubbard co-hostess. A 1:30 dessert course Was served. A short business meeting followed the luncheon with 11 me'ra- · hers answering roll call. The next meeting of the auxiliary is scheduled for Dec. 5 at the .home of Mrs. George Zook _ _ , - , , . * · · · * * · - » · » * » i»v« V*4. J-U-A.U. *-4X.U*5U *_l W*V Club members have remembered at Blue Bay when the gift . wrap . Mrs. Hans Larson presented a program on "Chrysanthemum Culture" and Mrs. Alphonse Bonnet read an article on Christmas Cactus at a meeting Friday of Garden th.e boy with gifts of food and] clothing for about 10 years. Mrs. Carl Wilke and Mrs. Ben ; Seney were named by Mrs. Harry ' Hetland , to purchase and deliver Christmas gifts to old community friends. Members voted to write a letter of appreciation to Mrs. George MsCprmack for her contribution of' money for the state " ie , year ; A gift will be presepted . home demonst raUon clubs' fund to her at the ejub's annual Christ-'" ' Mrs. Larson told of her visit to a chrysanthemum show in Seat- tJe during a recent trip there. The article read by Mrs. Bonnet dealt with how to make Christmas Business and Professional Worn- ents are en's Club last Monday evening at Temple Tea Room. In keeping with the program PennVSCWerS Ndm© theme, "Flathead Then and Now," ' the speaker cited many facts of early Montana history which led to the settlement of the Flathead Volley.' He related incidents and achievements of those who played an important role in the valley settlement. Department of Century Club at cactus bloom. It suggested a moist the home of Mrs. Joe Hewitson. j humid location and a pot providing f i n k V - I U D mas dinner Dec^ 17. The club bazaar will be Dec. 14 at Collar Grocery. Various committees were appointed for the bazaar and the banquet. to be used for the homestead diorama to be placed in the State Historical Museum in Helena. Plans for the Christmas party will be made by Mrs. Ed Mitton, Mrs. Max Graham and Mrs. Harry Hetland, present officers. The holi- Election of officers was held day meeting will be at the Mitton Mrs. Larson said that early varieties of chrysanthemums are more satisfactory here and that single ones seem more hardy than the double variety. She advised spring with Mrs. Robert Fielzer named secretary and Mrs, Matt Reach, treasurer. Outgoing secretary and The speaker was introduced by WHITEFISH flLNS) -- Elected president of the Pennysavers Home Demonstration Club was Mrs. Lofin Barnes. Others elected . to serve were planting in good garden soil. They was advised and a six week rest should be given plenty of water .during October and, November. Roll call was answered with good drainage The plant te not ^^ ar ^Wi^£uel*r a true cactus but a tropical plant native to Brazil, the article said. An ideal location for the plant is in an east window. Plenty of water gardening errors. his sister, Mrs. Genevieve Camo- Mrs. Odin Berger Jr., vice presi-1 Cafnpbell, BPW member. i dent, and Mrs. T. L. Torkelsori,'. "Polly Pacific" (Geane Kinsner) I secretary-treasurer. Installing of- showed slides for holiday home decorations, both inside and out, food suggestions for entertaining and gifts and table arrangements. During a short business meeting ficer was Mrs. Roger Smith, a past president. The group will meet for a craft meeting on Dec. 2 at the home of Mrs.. .Berger and have the next * Ir . $ :_., M * r A ar , e , t G . ie , r . ma J? an '' regular monthly meeting on Dec, 12 at the home of Mrs. Dennis Langton. A Christmas gift exchange will be at this time. Fourteen were present at the election meeting at the home of Mrs. Torkelson. A 1:30 dessert nounced that Mrs. Arlie Spencer i was winner in the BPW fund raising project. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. RognJien, Mrs. Ben T. Smith and Miss Grace Manning. Members of Ihe conservation committee planned the club program. Washfngtonian Visits in Eureka EUREKA (ILNS) -- Mrs. Anna Teel of Kennewick, Wash., is a Suest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd West, She plans to remain until after Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Winnie Fluid were business visitors in Kalispell last Thursday. luncheon was served by Mrs. Torkelson and Mrs. Berger. Guests were Mrs.' D. C. Smith and Mrs, Richard Sparks. To Alaska REXFORD (ILNS) -- Mr. and HP Club Plans Christmas Basket EVERGREEN (ILNS)--Members of Evergreen Home Demonstration Club voted at s meeting last week to prepare a gift basket for some family at the December club meeting. Mrs. Ralph Magnuson, treasurer of Flathead County Home Demonstration Council, reported on the fall council meeting. Mrs. Robert Sanders displayed jewelry she had made at the Craft Workshop sponsored by the council. and fertilized two or three times during the summer. Mrs. Larson advised pinching back of tops to make bushy plants and.partial dis- for larger flowers. The recommended dividing every two years and mulching the' X / j c t f o i^antc; \vitli Ipaup*: fir ouprorppn I O I I O Great Falls Pair plants with leaves or evergreen branches without cutting back. Officers Present OES Program EUREKA (ILNS) "Past and Present" was program theme of Lillian Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star at a meeting last week in Masonic Temple. A Star Point program was given WHITEFISH (ILNS) -- Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Tessier are former classmates, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Robel of Great Falls. The Tessiers are former Great Falls resident and were transferred here six months ago. He is manager of the White- 1 SWAN and Mrs. Robert Powell. Club members present were home. ping project will be completed and boxes packed for shipment. On Nov. 16 the Yellow Bay club hoster the . community at a pre- Thanksgiving turkey supper at the clubhouse. More'than SO were in attendance. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Steere, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dixon were in charge of serving. jined meeting:, Hedges gymnasium, 8 p.m. Linus J. Cariton, dean of school of education, MSU, 'Education Today." FCHS Chant- :rs to sing. All P-TA members wel« come. Sapphira Daughters of the Nile Club, Temple Tea Room, 6:30 p.m. Dinner meeting. Whftefish M e m o r i a l Hospital uild, nurses' dining room, 7:39 p.m. Gift shop shower. TUESDAY Christian Womens Fellowship,. Group 3. Mrs. Wilbur Lyford, Roote 1, Kalispell, 8 p.m. For rides call SK6-4988 or SK6-3527. TOPS, 1035 Sixth Ave. E a s t , 7:30 p.m. Eagles Auxiliary, Eagles Hall, 8 p.m. Adah Chapter, OES, Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. Rainbow night; refreshments. Flatheafl 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, Kalispell General Hospital dining room, 2 p.m. Double Js Give Holiday Program The Orle Isaacs and Mrs. Gor- Xi Eta, BSP, Mrs. George Robbin, 725 South Main St, 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY Social Order of Beauceant, Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. Soroptimists Set ·k.4* is V^i A G *lOt*C4V,b7 O U M .ITX-IO. V4L/" ^_ « don De Young, the Double Js, pre- TUGSQQy Meet! RC1 centprt a «T*nor'ar« rwi f^hi^etrwa t * Vl ' sented a program on Christmas New officers who will be install-' decorations at a meeting of Dandy- ed at the Christmas meeting are Mrs. Pete Siderius, president; Mrs. Lloyd Parker, vice president, and Mrs. Dean Lockhart, secretary- Mrs. Dewey Madison, Mrs. Ken-, treasurer. Chairmen are Mrs. Max Lions Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Larry O'Neil. In addition to centerpieces and other holiday decor table cloths neth Graves, Mrs. Jack Parrjsh, Mrs. Wilfred Krueger, Mrs. Ned Decker, Mrs. KarF Kaufman, Mrs. Matt Resell, Mrs. Robert Powell, Mrs. Earl Franck, Mrs. Dock Webb, Mrs. Gerald Marvel, Mrs, Robert Fielzer, Mrs. Art Purdy, Mrs. Robert Fleming, Mrs. Gus Verdahl, Mrs. Ralph DeShazer, Mrs. Wayne Robbe, and Mrs. Carl Anderson. 4-H Club Makes Tentative Program Graham, flowers and cards, and WHITEFISH (ILNS) -- Sorop- tomists International of Whitefish will have their monthly business meeting tomorrow at the home of the president, Mrs. Ethel Collins, and candles were used in the at 8 p.m. demonstration to carry out sea- for the meeting last week. - · Mrs. Harry Hetland, reporter. i sonal ideas. Mrs. John Hetland was hostess' A bake sale was discussed. A musical program by a high school group is planned for the Dec. 12 meeting at the home of Mrs. Stanley N. Halvorson. Mrs. Ray Myers and Mrs. George . . , _ . Beardslee were the assisting host- At A n n u a l D i n n e r esses and with Mrs. O'Neil served Club to Entertain DEMERSVILLE (ILNS) -- Plans for the annual Christmas dinner for members of'Lower Valley Gar- d.en Club and their families were made at a meeting at the home of Mrs. Richard Jensen. (ILNS3 -- A ten. fish branch of Beatrice Foods. j tatlve Program for the year was outlined by members of Swan Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hodgdon recently returned from a two- weeks trip to Hector, Minn. They refreshments. Community Party REXFORD (ILNS) -- Mr. and . Mrs. Matt Reach and Mr. Carl The annual event will be Dec. stocking were hosts to the first Twelve members and three guests of the group met for a dinner meeting last Tuesday evening at the Cadillac dining room and heard Bob Newell, Bob Schneider arid Ed Waiters, Whitefish delegates to Boys State last summer. They were introduced by Mrs. Louise" Ahell, program chairman, and gave an interesting account of their stay at Dillon, READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS 14 at Lower Valley Grange Hall. During the program ideas for Christmas were exchanged. They River Buttons and Bows 4-H Club included table decorations and at the home of Marjorie Corsan. Plans were completed for a in candlelight by the Star points, I were accompanied home by his Christmas party Dec. 16 at the brother-in-law and sjster, Mr. and home of Shirley Sirucek. There Mrs. Charles Simmons, who will i will be a gift exchange. A holfday spend the winter here with the service project is the sending of marshal!, chaplain and worthy matron. Mrs. Dick Invin, Mrs. George Coan and Mrs. Stanley Jones were hostesses for the social hour in the dining room after the meeting. Tables were decorated with a Thanksgiving motif. Hodgdons. Mr. and Mrs. Les Shiftman attended the Shrine Ceremonial in Helena. Earlier in the same week Christinas cards to residents of Shodair Hospital for Crippled Children in Helena. Marjorie Corsan showed slides of the 1957 State Conservation novelties. Mrs. Walter Manning will enter- community pinochle party for the season. Seven tables were in play. High prizes were won by Matt Resch and Mrs. Bill Badgley, low prizes by George Rich .and Mrs. Gerald Kinney and traveling prize tain the club Dec. 10 when "Polly Vent to Carl Stocking. Proceeds Pacific" {Geane Kinsner) will pre- O f the card parties will go to resent a talk and show slides of Christmas decorations, entertain- Mrs. Shiftman attended the fu- Camp. Guests at the meeting were Set Yule Dinner REXFORD (ILNS) -- Mrs. Ross Badgley was hostess to the mem- thauer. bers of the Help Each Other Ciub at her home last Thursday. Nine members were present. A discussion was held on the annual Christmas dinner to be at the home of Mrs. Louis Brown Dec. 14. The neral for her great-aunt, also in Helena. Others from Whitefish attending the ceremonial were Dean Sherman and R. L. Bret- Larry Corsan, Arnie Brosten and Jennie Sirucek. PUT IT IN CLASSIFIED AND WATCH IT SELL left Sunday by train for. Seattle and will go by plane from there to Sitka, Alaska, -where they will visit at the home of their' daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Karr and family for the remainder of the winter. Mr. «nd Mrs. Bea Webb year 'at the meeting were Mrs. Sanders, president; Mrs. Virgil Walters, vice president; Mrs. Harry Schmautz, Secretary; and Mrs. Edward White, treasurer. Mrs. Lyle Paul! was a guest of the club. The meeting was at the and daughter, Terry, will reside home of Mrs. Neil Koerper. at the Webb horn* white they are Mrs. Dick Webb and daughter Joy. Officers elected for the coming dinner is for members and their -,_« ,,_.._,,___ ..,,.,...,:. . ,. . .. _ _ families. There will be a giftj exchange. The next, meeting of the club will be Dec. 12 at the home of Mrs. Ralph Johnson. Mrs. Louis Brown Jr. was a guest. PUT IT IN CLASSIFIED AND WATCH IT SELL gone. Brevities Mr. and Mn, Glenn Varnado of Portland, Or*., former kaliipell residents, an the parent* of * daughter,' Susan Marie, born Friday. Maternal grandparent* are Mr, and Mrs, Jack Tobias ST. Ever wonder why small rooms always seem a mess? Perhaps you don't keep magazines or newspapers ifi place'and ash traya clean. Put magazines and newspapers away and keep faraltui* is place fo* a neat room. _e Sale Ctetfcia*, 4atfee* * nfeeeflaae+w TwMrfay and WediWMlay YOU'LL LAUGH, SCREAM AND HOWL! HARLEM CLOWNS --vs.-HOUSE OF DAVID TUESDAY, NOV. 26 8:00 P.M. FLATHEAD COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL GYM Sponsored by Flatbed Post 7, American Legion CONSCIENTIOUSLY YOURS The prescription your doctor writes may; call for numerous ingredients, These must be compounded precisely -measured, weighed, powdered, sometimes heated, sometimes chilled and ultimately Mended into a medicine. ' Your pharmacist must be exactly right with his grams, cubic centimeters, percentages and other scientific guideposts. During the process, to the exclusion of all else, we are In every way -- ing and ideas for gifts pair the Community Hall. The nesrt party will be held in HAVE YOU TRIED TENDER STEER BSEF Try Super Foods Delicious Steer Beef For Your Locker FRONT QUARTER....HJ. BY THE SIDE ............ Ib. 38c H|ND QUARTER ....Ib. 45c 40 E. Idaho - Ph. SK 6-5576 liie Christian Brothers BBANDY /s smccf/9 fo Me faste 84 PROOF In Kalispell - If * the Mac Millan Drug Distilled and bottled by THE CHRISTIAN BROTHERS NAPA, CALIFORNIA

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