The Missoulian from Missoula, Montana on January 15, 1939 · 15
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THE SUNDAY M1SS0ULIAN, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, 1939. Laura Wheeler Designs Kalispell and Whitefish Somers, Bigfork, Eureka iss Young Is Honored With Party Kalispell, Jan. 14. Entertaining for Miss Lucy Young, who left Thursday to resume her duties at St. Luke's hospital in Spokane, Mrs. Vernon Schnell invited friends to her home Tuesday evening for an 8 o'clock dessert. Lighted yellow tapers decorated the three bridge tables in the living room where dessert was served. Later contract and Chinese checkers were played with Mrs. Gordon Bognllen and Mrs. Olaf Bue receiving favors. The honored guest was presented with a lovely golng-away gift by the hostess. Invited guests included Mrs. P. E. Wilson, Mrs. Oliver Hockley, Mrs. Donald Treloar, Mrs. Edwin Cutler, Mrs. Francis O'Connell, Mrs. Bue, Mrs. Milton Mercord, Mrs. Rognlien, Mrs. Ted Holman, Mrs. T. B. Moore, Jr., Mrs. Chester Paisley of Somers and the Misses Helen Driscoll, Florence Spence, Marlon Callahan and the guest of honor. Faulkners Hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faulkner offered pleasing hospitality when they entertained Saturday with a 7 o'clock buffet supper at their home In honor of Mr. and ,Mrs. Frank Owen who left January 14 for Bozeman where Mr. Owen has purchased a mortuary. Rahv mums in eay profusion graced the tables where 12 guests were seated. Games oi caras were enjoyed until a late hour by Mr. Bnrt Mrs. Al Hefte. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Overby, Mr. and Mrs. George Glendennlng, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nixon, Miss Melinda Rolie, Perry Yates, the. honor guests and the hosts. Owens Are Honored. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nixon were hosts to their card club Wednesday evening at their home, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Frank Owen. The informal evening closed with an appetizing midnight supper served by the Hostess on preuy nrinrned tables. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Faulkner, Mr. and Mrs. George Glendenning, Mr. and Mrs. Owen and the hosts. "Sea Food" Supper. a "spa fond" sunner was eiven by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Young at their home Sunday for menus oi tneir daughter, Lucy, whose years leave of absence from her duties in Spokane Is up this week. At-. 7 n'rlnnk about ten euests were seated at tables centered with pastel shaded carnations, jerry tocnnen was presented with a lavor at tne close of the bridge games. At Glendenning Home. Honoring Mrs. Frank Owen, Mrs. George Glendenning entertained at her home Thursday afternoon for 1:30 dessert. The gracious hostess had Invited members of her sewing club to be present for this lovely afternoon of sewing and conversation. Mrs. Owen was the recipient of a useful gift froth the hostess. Mrs. Donald Nixon, Mrs. Robert Faulkner, Mrs. Merle French, Mrs. Arthur Overby, Mrs. Francis Combs, Mrs. Cleo Neifert, Mrs. Morris Boorman, the honored guest and the hostess were present. Entre Nous Club. Mrs. Otto Marken opened her home to members of the Entre Nous club for a delightful 1:30 luncheon Tuesday at her home. The decorative motif was cleverly carried out In red and white with red tapers and white mums centering the three bridge tables. Mrs. George Flint was a guest and mem-1 bers present for this pleasant affair included Mrs. Herman Karow, Mrs. Vernon Schnell, Mrs. A. E. Ilgen, Mrs. Mahlon Hall, Mrs. Dean King, Mrs. Tom Perry, Mrs. Leon Phillips, Mrs. John Evans, Mrs. Reese Evans, Mrs. Ray McDonnell, Mrs. C. L. Eck-man and the hostess. Mrs. Wesphal Showered. Mrs. Donald Wesphal, a recent bride, was the honored guest at a miscellaneous shower given by Miss Adeline Hall at her home Friday evening. An evening of dancing and singing ended with the serving of a dainty midnight lunch by the hostess. Mrs. Wesphal was presented with gifts b:- her friends, including the Misses Opal Isaacs, Barbara Davis, Fay Houston, Glennis Bergman, Mary Emmert, Gladys Ferris and the hostess. O. D. O. Bridge Club. . Complimenting members of the O. D. O. Bridge club, Mrs. J. P. Hebert was a charming hostess when she entertained at the Blue Moon Tea room for 1:30 o'clock luncheon. Graceful bouquets of carnations were used about the living room where four tables of contract were in play. Mrs. L. A. Harris. Mrs. Gene McCabe, Mrs. B. Jones, Mrs. Helen Berry and Mrs. F. A. Schomer were guests and Mesdames Guy Chris-inger, A. R. Douglas, George Grubb, Charles Short, F. J. Robischon, J. H. O'Connell. Howard Stevens. Al Winkler, J. W. Broadwater. Martha Agather and the hostess were members present. At the close of the contract games Mrs. Harris, Mrs. Douglas and Mrs. Stevens were given favors. Keiths Are Hosts. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. I!crry Keith were hosts to their Supper club at their home on First avenue, east. At 5 o'clock supper was served on small tables with lighted yellow and green tapers for a centerpiece. Clever place cards denoting a characteristic of each person were uniquely designed by the hostess. Contract was in play and members present were Mr. and Mrs. Gil- bert Miller, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Pendleton, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Korn, Jr., and Mrs. W. O. Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Clark and the hosts.' At Hanson Home. Mrs. I. W. Hanson Invited Mrs. Peter Weberg, Mrs. Otto Marken, Mrs. Don Shepard, Mrs. Robert Flyken, Mrs. Bernard LiebeltH Mrs. Hector Robbin and Mrs. Ray Rob-bin to be guests at her home Thursday afternoon. Sewing occupied the hours and at the close the hostess served a dainty 5 o'clock menu. Mercords Entertain. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mercord entertained members of their bridge club Saturday evening at their home. Following an enjoyable evening of contract a delightful lunch was served at midnight by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clark were guests. Mrs. C. C. Clark and Jack Burg were recipients of favors. Wedding Announced. Word has been received of the marriage of Miss Viola Barth, daughter of J. J. Barth of Bismarck, N. D., to Tony Milano, son of M. Milano of Kalispell, Tuesday, January 3, in the First Lutheran church in Bismarck. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was met at the flower-banked altar by the groom and his best man, Harold Barth, brother of the bride. Mrs. Milano was gowned in a beautiful frock of teal blue with dubonnet accessories, and carried a bouquet of pale yellow roses. Mrs. S. E. Running, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a stunning dress of soft green, cut on princess lines. Following the wedding a dinner was served at the country club for immediate relatives and friends. The bride was graduated from the Bismarck high school with the class of 1934. Mr. Milano was graduated from Flathead county high school. The young couple will make their home here w,here the groom is engaged in the grocery busifiess. Mrs. Scherf Hostess. Mrs. C. H. Scherf was a charming hostess when she invited members of the Bridge Crew to have luncheon with her at the Temple Tea room Wednesday at 1:15. Shaded yellow Calendulas and tapers were effectively used as the decorative motif at the table where covers were laid for 12. Contract was played at the Scherff home during the afternoon with Mrs. A. R. Douglas receiving the favor for members and Mrs. Lu Switzer for guests. . Junior Women's Club. Sixteen members of the Junior Women's club met with Miss Lillian Peterson Monday evening at the F. G. Ellis home. An unusual program was planned, including a descriptive illustration by Miss Peterson of the painting: "The Lord's Supper." The picture was spotlighted as each detail was effectively discussed. Miss Pearl Matteson gave an interesting play. Dainty refreshments were served by the hostess at the close of the evening. Mrs. A. N. Tobie and Mrs. W. Q. Conway are sponsors of the club. wan Lake Community Swan Lake, Jan. 14. The Swan Lake Community club held its first meeting of the new year in the schoolhouse Saturday night. Election of officers was held, with the following reelected: Harry Kain, president; Mrs. Mary Lawrence, secretary; E. M. Covington, treasurer. Lester Lawrence was elected vice president to succeed Beryl Smith. Eight tables of five hundred were in play, with Mrs. William Lawrence and George Toycen winning the high prizes and Mrs. J. Ducette and Frank Stopher winning the low. At midnight lunch was served, after which dancing was enjoyed. Society Personals. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Perry and daughter, Avis Ann, drove from Kalispell Sunday and spent the day at their cabin. Arnold Lawrence spent the weekend at Kalispell with Mrs. Lawrence. Beryl Smith made a trip to Pol-son Sunday in connection with the WPA work now being done on the Swan Lake road. Mrs. W. H. Jones left Wednesday for Great Falls, where she will spend the next month at the home of her sister, Mrs. J. L. McLaughlin. Mr. and Mrs. McLaughlin plan to leave Great Fa alls the middle of the month for a vacation trip to the Hawaiian islands. Phil Peterson of Bigfork was a visitor at the lake during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ducette of Goat creek attended the Community club meeting Saturday night. After 38 Bars He Couldn't Be Blamed Elgin. HI. OP) Raymond Over-meier had a good system until his memory slipped. He walked into one after the other of Elgin's 40 taverns and said. "Give me a drink." When the bartenders awaited payment he drank and added slyly: "I said 'give me a drink' and you gave me one. Get it?" That approach might have worked in each of the 40 taverns if Ovenneier hadn't mistaken bar No. 1 for No. 38. He refreshed his memory In Jail. In the Vitex process of instilling vitamin D Into milk, cod-liver oil extract, colorless, odorless and tasteless, is added to the milk. Complimented On Departure For Spokane Whitefish, Jan. 14.-Mrs. Charles B. Manwaring of this city was the favored honor guest the past week at a number of lovely parties preceding her departure early next week for Spokane, where she will make her home. On Saturday evening, Mrs. George H. Johnson, Mrs. G. M. Moss and Mrs. E. M. Hutchinson offered a 7 o'clock dinner at the home of Mrs. Johnson on Columbia avenue in her honor, Mrs. T. F. Dixon of Great Falls, a special out-of-town guest for the occasion. Ivory tapers gave a lovely lighting effect for the small tables employed with covers for 12 guests, intimate friends of Mrs. Manwaring. Contract games were in play for several hours with honors held by Mrs. J. D. Neville. Special guest prizes were presented to Mrs, Manwaring and to Mrs. Dixon. On Monday, Mrs. Manwaring was complimented with a luncheon bridge, at the home of Mrs. R. F. Haines with Mrs. C. A. Amsbaugh assisting as hostess for the affair. Pink and white cut flowers were effective appointments and also centered the three small tables where the 1:30 luncheon was served. Mrs. Dixon of Great Falls was an out-of-town guest. The contract award was received by Mrs. G. M. Moss for high score honors and the honor guest was presented with a farewell gift. Mrs. Dixon was presented with a special guest favor also. Tuesday Bridge Club. . The Tuesday Evening Bridge club met with Mrs. J. D. Neville, making a special occasion of the affair as a member of the group, Mrs. C. B. Manwaring leaves shortly for Spokane to make her home. Mrs. T. F. Dixon of Great Falls was present as she is a house guest of Mrs. George H. Johnson for the week. Contract honors were held by Mrs. P. C. Lilly and Miss Grace Keegan. The club members presented their departing member with a farewell gift, as she has been a member since the group organized several years ago: A dainty refreshment service concluded the hospitality. At Wallin Home. A delightful bridge dinner of the past week was the offering of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wallin on Saturday evening when they were hosts to 12 friends. Three small tables held lighted tapers for the 7 o'clock dinner service which was followed by contract games. Mrs. Leonard C. Larson and Leonard Moore received favors for high score for the evening. Dinner and Bridge. Mrs. Harry Sumter entertained the "We Moderns" with dinner and bridge on Wednesday evening of this week at the Reeves cafe. Mrs. Claydon Dickson was an added guest for the party. Mrs. W. J. Phipps held high score at cards, Mrs. P. C. Lilly, second high, and Mrs. Ray Slocombe, the third. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Farrell Hollar on West Third street. Luncheon Club. The Tuesday Luncheon club met with Mrs. J. F. Kincaid on Second street for luncheon and bridge the past week, all members being pres ent for the occasion. A dainty color scheme of blue was extended to the menu and appointments for a 1:30 o'clock luncheon. At contract, which continued for several hours, Mrs Mace Mahar held high score, Mrs. Don Robertson and Mrs. L. O. Hile-man, second and third places. Mrs, D. F. Feese will entertain the group in two weeks. Entertains "Bridgettes." Mrs. Boyd Reeder entertained the "Bridgettes" last- week for their regular schedule of contract games which was in play last Thursday evening at her home on Fourth street. Mrs. Walter Hedlund and Mrs. Harry Sumter received honors for high scores. A lovely refresh ment service concluded the affair. Guest of Parents. Mrs. George Cloakey of Calgary, Alta., who is the house guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Reeves, at the "Reeves apartments, was complimented Monday evening by Mrs W. J. Phipps and Mrs. Sam C. F. Wallin at the Phipps home on Som ers avenue. Three tables of guests enjoyed the occasion and contract games were in play for a number or hours. Mrs. H. E. Wells held high score and received honors at contract and Mrs. Cloakey was pre sented with a guest favor. Mrs, Cloakey is a frequent visitor and a former Whitefish resident remem bered as Dorothy Reeves, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Reeves, and popular with the younger matrons. Joint Installation. Glacier lodge No. 99 of the Odd Fellows and members of the Moun tain View lodge, Rebekahs, held a Joint installation Wednesday eve ning at the Odd Fellows' hall, open ing the evening with a pot -luck sup per with all branches of the order as guests and attended by a large number. C. V. Coe. as grand master, and Mrs. Frances Lent, as deputy president, served as installing officers, assisted bv Tena Reitan and Dan Buhring. as errand marshals, as the following officers were inducted: Rebekahs Louise Buhring. noble grand; Aphrodite Rlggas. vice noble grand; Elizabeth Hopkins, secretary; Mabel Hileman, treasurer: Agnes Bums, warden; Jean Phillips, con ductor; Charlotte Willis, inner guardian; Betty Burns, outer guard-lun; Clara Hotel rikht supporter to noble grand; Mildred Cheever, left supporter to noble grand; Barbara Luding, right supporter to vice THE NATIVITY This hanging so appropriate for this season is lovely all year "round. It is done in harmonious colors like an old painting. Pattern 1931 contains a transfer pattern of a picture 15x20 inches; illustrations of grand; Helen Olson, left supporter to vice grand; Grace Conner, chap lain; Ruth Nelson, musician; Mary Gutensohn, staff captain, and Marie Bardin, Junior past noble grand. Odd Fellows installed were: B. O. Mullin, noble grand; H. R. Schneider, vice noble grand; H. H. Willis, secretary; P. G. Gutensohn, treasurer; Louis Luding, warden; George Riggas, conductor; James Burns, in side guardian; Walter B. Karst, out er guardian; Edgar Hopkins, right supporter; Emil Josephson, left supporter; John McKenna, right scene supporter; Joseph Baum, left scene supporter; J. W. Johnson, chaplain; M. J. Lent, right supporter to vice grand; Tom Maddeson, left supporter to vice grand, and Ross Luding, junior past noble grand. Art Exhibit Is Given at Llbby, Jan. 14. The ' January meeting of the Senior Women's club was held Tuesday afternoon in the community rooms of the courthouse, with approximately 5Q in attendance. The program for the next month on art was presented by the committee. A piano solo, Beethoven's "Moonlight Sonata," was played by Miss Inez Ratekin. Mrs. Walter Nells, accompanied by "Miss Rate-kin, sang three vocal selections. Mrs. E. E. Jaqueth explained the displayed art exhibit, a collection of water color paintings which had been secured from Montana State College at Bozeman. The exhibit included the paintings of three artists, members of the art department of the State College, Mrs. Olga Ross Hannon, head of the art department, Miss Edith Allport, art instructor, and William Bodlne, art instructor. A lecture on art appreciation was delivered by Mrs. Ned Joughin, who spoke of the many art museum collections in the United States that she has viewed. A short business meeting followed the entertainment program. The committee for the month included Mrs. E. E. Jaqueth, chairman; Mrs. Joughin, Mrs. Alice Farris, Mrs. Grant Harley, Mrs. L. Klenck, Mrs. D. O. Mount, Mrs. L. J. Olson and Mrs. C. W. Wiprud. Mrs. Morris Hostess. Mrs. Bert Morris was hostess to the Dinty Moore card club at her home Thursday at a 1:30 o'clock luncheon. The afternoon was spent at cards, with score winners being Mrs. William Dorrington and Mrs. Charles Young. The guest favor was presented to Mrs. J. A. Krall. Three Fours Club. The Three Fours club met Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Donald Hargreaves. Favors for the evening went to Mrs. Jack Swarens, Mrs. J. W. Farris, Mrs. E. E. Jaqueth and Mrs. Fred Gooselaw. Lunch was served after the game. At Gooselaw Home. A group of friends gathered at the home of Mrs. Fred Gooselaw at a birthday dinner Friday at 7 o'clock. The evening was spent at contract. Present were Mrs. C. J. Lillevig. Mrs. H. R. Richards. Mrs. Ray Rice. Mrs. McMuIlan, Mrs. G. Cad ell, Mrs. Paul Campbell, Mrs. H. Brinton and Mrs. Gooselaw. Mrs. Harley Hostess. Mrs. Grant Harley was hostess at her club Friday afternoon at a dessert lunch for the Swing club. A social afternoon of sewing was en-Joyed. Birthday Club. Mrs. William Kammeyer was hostess at her home to the Birthday club on Thursday afternoon. A social hour was enjoyed, followed by lunch. At Presbyterian Church. The Wranglers club met Wednesday night at 6:30 dinner in the dining room of the Presbyterian church. Circle B serving the meal. The riLussiun on national tklense was ted by J. A. Krall. The Libby Lions club met at a dinner and short business session I COM KM. NUDUOtAFT JERVICt. INC. PATTERN 1931 stitches, and materials required. Send 10 cents In com for this pattern to The Daily Missoulian, Nee-dlecraft department, 82 Eighth avenue, New York, N. Y. Write plainly PATTERN NUMBER, your NAME and ADDRESS. Welfare Club Has Meeting At Cox Home Lakeside, Jan. 14. The Welfare club met at the home of Mrs. Cloyd Cox Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. Sarah Woodworth assisting. The main business of the afternoon was preparation or a quilt, and the election of officers was as follows: Mrs. Caesar Pancrio, president; Mrs. Charles Stein, secretary, and Mrs. Keith Denton, treasurer. A dainty lunch was served at the close of the meeting. Card Party Held. A card party was held Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Wal ter Henderson, with Mrs. Winnie Woodbridge assisting. High score was won by Mrs. Woodbridge and low score went to Mrs. Keith Den ton. A dainty lunch was served to Mesdames Donald Hacker, Ambrose Kolby, Keith Denton, Clyde Bull Thain White, J. E. Hall and Vern Asbridge. Society Personals. Mrs. A. A. Fluto and Dick Fluto have left for Shelby, where they plan to spend several months. Shirley Seal of Somers was a house guest of Helen Jean Cross Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Savage left Sunday for the Eastern states where Mr. Savage has employment for the winter. Mr, and Mrs. M. D. Culbertson and children and D. M. Durfie and daughter, all of Philipsburg, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Procter. lone Bull spent the week-end at the home of Bonnie Hanlon of Somers. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hacker and daughter, Jeannine, spent several days at the home of Mr. Hacker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hacker. Miss Theora Siderius of Kalispell visited her sister, Mrs. Bruce Walker, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cross and sons were Friday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Oursland and family. Mrs. Wilfred Johnson is visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. George Elsass. Clarice Stein is spending a few days at the home of Irene Everett of Kalispell. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hacker and daughter, Jeannine, entertained at their home Monday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Kolby, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Parrick. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Hacker and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Nelson of Kalispell at a dinner party. Vernon Kettleson has left for Great Falls to spend several days visiting friends and relatives. Self-interest is the principal Ingredient in the Interesting things of life. Monday night In the Presbyterian church dining room, with Circle A serving the dinner. A memorial for Dr. J. W. Church was read and adopted. Guests were A. E. Mc-Kane and Wayne Kemper. Bridge Workers Meet. The Bridge Workers met at (he home of Mrs. Leslie Leigh Wednesday afternoon. Contract was played, with Mrs. Ray Rice winning high score favor.' The next meeting in two weeks will be held at Mrs. Charles Rowei home. Junior Women Meet. The regular meeting of the Junior Women's club mas held in the community rooms of the courthouse Tuesday evening. The art exhibit sponsored bv the senior club was explained by Mrs. E. E. Jaqueth. Mrs. Ned Joughin read a paper on Bermuda, written by Mrs. S. 8. Nichols. A novel mimical club meeting. In which all participants sang their reports to the tune of some of the old favorites, was presented by 10 members of the club under the direction of Mi's FJeanor William, the clubs muMc chairman. The club voted a donation lor the Libby swimming pool Refreshments were served. Somers Garden Club Is Guest Of Mrs. Willis Somers, Jan. 14. Mrs. Charles Willis was hostess to the Somers Gnrdcn club Tuesday afternoon. A short business meeting was held, Mrs. Hanlon presiding. Thaie attending were Mrs. Charles O. Odrnwald, Mrs. Fd. Hanlon, Mrs. John Boyce. Mrs. Archie MeDevltt, Mrs. Ctrorge Elsass, Mrs. Roy Seal, Mrs. C. D. Keeling, Mrs. Trsry rantck, Mrs. George Willis. Mrs. Fred Ellefson, Mrs. Lola Cornell-son, Mrs. William Fine and Mrs. Gordon Parr. The hostess served dainty refreshments. Pound Dozen Club. Mrs. Al DeVoe. Mrs. Lola Cor-nellson, Mrs. Gertie Wall, Rev. and Mrs. Albert Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. F, M. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Odrnwald, Mr. and Mrs. August Patterson and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keeling, Round Dozen members and husbands, were guests at the A. J. Shaw home Wednesday evening at a 6;30 dinner with Mrs. Shaw and Mrs. John Bangeman as hostesses. Following the dinner games of Chinese checkers were played. At Larson Home. The Homemakers' Study club met at the home of Mrs. Louis Larson, Friday atternoon. Miss Eleanor Harrer of Kalispell gave a lesson on "Accounts" and gave account books to the members. Present were Mrs. Thomas Mc-Dcvitt, Mrs. Ed Mi-Bride, Mrs. Hairy Joy, Mrs. Amanda Peterson, Mrs. James Hellen, Mrs. Neil Schnmma-horn, Mrs. Forest Daley, Mrs. Alva Boorman, Miss Joyce Boorman, Mrs. George Eklund, Mrs. Dallas Eklund, Mrs. Pete Torbcrgson and Mrs. David Blanchett. Cub Scouts Meet. The Cub Scouts met at the home or Mrs. John Boyce, their Den mother, Wednesday evening. They chose the name of the Den of the Golden Eagles for thctr troop. Present were Billy Weaver, Bobby Hosfeld, Bobby Boyce. Kenneth Webster, Den Chief Albert Fopp and a guest, Harold Webster. A pack meeting of all dens will be held at the schoolhouse Friday, January 20. Milltown Matrons. The Montana Milltown Matrons met at the home of Mrs. Dale Waring, Friday afternoon. Rending of papers on cancer con-trnl fnrmpri the nroaram. A lesson on candlewicking was given by the project leader. Refreshments were served at the close to Mrs. Joe Hudon, Mrs. Charles Wilcox, Mrs. Al Fischer, Mrs. Merlin While, Mrs. HJalmer TJnrivnlrl Mrs. Ed Hanlon, Ml'S. Claude Korb, Mrs. Lee Ca'sscl, Mrs. Gay Nlchol, Mrs. John Boyce, Mis. V. Hintzman, Mrs. James Adams, Mrs. J. Kanaiey, Mrs. G. Hoppe, Miss Theresa Hudon, Mrs. Ray Mc-Brlde, Mrs. Thomas Alminl, Mrs. Dean Lauman, Mrs. Oscar Moore and Mrs. Lial Kartbeln. Royal Neighbors Meet. Thursday afternoon the Royal Neighbor lodge met at the home of Mrs. Thomas McDevitt in regular upsslnn Those present were Mrs. William Mclntyre, Mrs. Bert isuni, ftiiss ai-iib tenrh Mrs James Meldrum. Mrs Catherine Milne, Mrs. Roy Seal, Mrs. Amanda Peterson, Mrs. August Patterson. Mrs. Sidney Small and Mrs. Forest Clark of Spokane, ins Rollins. Jan. 14. A group of ladies gathered at the home of Mrs Marv Robinson Thursday afternoon this being the regular meeting date of the Rollins Woman's club. Lunch was served by the hostess and an Interesting session was held. Mrs. Mary Odle visited at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Bert Broutllier, at Kalispell the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mills spent Uie week-end in Kalispell. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Uhdc and daughters, Mary and Carol, and son, James, attended a matinee in Kali spell Saturday. Max and Glen Warren of Elmo. Arthur Bower of the Big Draw and John Vinson of Big Arm were call ers Friday. Ramona Ekman attended a meet ing of the Presbyterian young peo pie at Dayton Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Daley motored to Kalisiiell Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hoover were Poison visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George Siderius spent the week-end at their ranch near Kalispell. Mrs. L. MacDonald and Mrs. Odra Bmith of Poison were callers Mon day. Retta Nelson and James Shaffer of Dayton motored here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Clatterbuck visited in Kalispell Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Strom of Proctor were visitors here Monday FOR ORDERLY CLOSETS. Closet accessories make accept table gifts for the woman who loves orderliness and handsome home ap pointments that have an air of lu.x ury, yet which are thoroughly prac tical. Inexpensive new bags, boxes, hangers and shelf edging are mads of heavy rayon brocade In six exquisite colors. Buy all in her favorite color, or try your hand at mixing items In harmonizing shades. POTATOES GET TOGETHER. AnJercn, lnd.-W) The root of a tweet potato v. as found groiii; through tiie renter of an Irfch potato W. O. Rictiards dug from his garden. Mrs. Price of Bigfork Given Bridal Shower Bigfork, Jan. 14 Mrs. William Price, formerly Miss Thelma Waring, was honored at a bride's show. er Wednesday at the home of Cecilia Krlcbs. Mrs. Price was honored with many lovely gift. Refreshments were served at the close of the party. For Mrs. Kuhlman. Mrs. Don Kuhlman, who was mar ried in the East, was the honor guest at a shower at the Circle rooms last Tuesday. A large group was present and Mrs. Kuhlman re ceived many gifts. Before her mar riage she was Miss Freda Peterson, The Kuhlman home is at Toledo, Ohio. At Koppane Home. Mrs. Chris Koppang and Mrs. Harry Ratchford were hostesses at the meeting of the Bigfork Lutheran Aid sorlcty last Wednesday afternoon at the Koppang home at Holt. A large number of members and guests were present. Community Club. About 30 members and guests gathered at the rooms of the Community club Thursday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Devoe and Mrs. Willis from Somers and Mrs. Stocking and Mrs. Franco of the east lakeshore. Mrs. Bolen gave a recitation concerning the Bible. A buffet luncheon was served. Garden Club Meets. A large number of guests were present nt the meeting of the Garden club which met with Mrs. King.sley Friday afternoon at her lakeshore home. The program consisted of talks by Mrs. Waring and Mrs. Horstman and the exchanging of gifts. Women of the upper and lower Bear Dance clubs were present with 12 ladies from Bigfork. Two ladles from Bigfork were admitted as members. They were Mrs. Art Saunders and Mrs. Chris Koppang. The local ladles attending were Mesdames Orace Horstman, Florence Lawson, Cora Ratchford, Anna Saunders, Mabel Koppang, Beatrice May, Ruth Nollar, Grace Nelson, Lavera Berg, Irene Elton Sylvia Gerleman and Ollie Waring. Republicans Meet. Nine members of the Republican club met at the Frank Whaley home Monday atternoon. They discussed political issues. Refreshments were served. Those present were Mrs. Sylvia Gerleman, Mrs. Oran Bartlett, president; Mrs. Reggy Elton, secretary; Mrs. Mattle Paul. Mrs. E. A. Weed, Mrs. Glen Bartlett, Mrs. Ralph Rlpke, Mrs. Roy Rlech and the hostess, Mrs. Whaley. Odd Fellows Meet. The Odd Fellows met at the hall January 3 and January 10. Their next meeting will be January 17, Bridge Party. Miss C. Kriebs was hostess at a bridce party Wednesday evening when she entertained Mesdames Eliza Brown, Jean Roseneau. Ann Nelson, Katherine Waring, Minna Keller, and Miss Maxine Waring, Ruth Rcddlck, Mrs. Oswald Nollar, Mrs. M. Salznian, Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. W. A. Price. Refreshments were served after the games. Christensens Hosts. A card party was the offering of Mr. and Mrs. P. Chrlstensen Wednesday evening when they en tertaincd Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Horst man and H. A. Veeder at a pinochle party. Lunch was served following the game. Sunday Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lawson were hosts at 8unday dinner. Places at the table were arranged for Mr. and Mrs. Don Clark and Verne, Wanda and Donnle Clark, Mr, and Mrs. Jim Dockstadcr of Somers and John Lawson and Ralph Barrett of Big fork. Milltown Milltown, Jan. 14. The Ladies of the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine will be entertained at a public card party at the Milltown library Wednesday evening. Janu ary 18. Lunch w ill be served. Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Malcon of Plevna are visiting at the home of Mrs. Malcon 's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Huber, at Marshall grade. Mr. and Mrs. John Peers. Sr , of Clinton, have moved to West River side to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barta, Charles Waldie and D. W. Kenne y we.e Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Bill Roberts In Pine Grove. Says Crime Doesn't Pay Should Know Minneapolis. M 1 n n. W) Coun terfeltlng paid Charles Manning ex actly 11.85 a year. Manning. 34. told of his profits while being held here as a fugitive from the Leavenworth Federal prison. -I was sent up for making 14 half dollars." he said. "I only succeeded in pasilng 11 of them, or $3.50 worth, so crime Is paying me at the rate of $1.83 a year, considering my three-year sentence." He may have to do extra time for escaping, which would trim his profits further. WHopprRS i.Avnrn. Washington i .11 (1 real Laxe trout weighing up to 39 poiin is have been catipht in Upper Waterloo lake. Alberta, Canada. Lillian Circle Entertained at Eureka Home J Eureka, Jan. 14. The members of Lillian circle, Order of the Eastern Star, were entertained at the home of Mrs. Oeorgo Rainbow Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. John Buhmil-ler, assisting hostess. With Mrs. Buhmlller, president for this year In charge of the business session, the year s program of activities was discussed. A social hour followed the business meeting and luncheon was served by the hostesses. Circle members present with the hostesses were Mrs. Frank Thomas, Mrs. Wlllard C. Albce. Mrs. C. W. Fetterly, Mrs. George W. Day, Mrs. Merlin Scott and Mrs. Gale Mc Kain. The February meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. E. W. Fet terly. Baptist Aid Society. Mrs. Gale McKain and Mrs. Enoa Campbell were hostesses to the Baptist Aid society members at the church parlors Thursday afternoon. A large number of members were present and several guests. Mrs. John Sinclair presided over the business meeting and led the devotional service. During the tea hour visiting was enjoyed and refreshments were served by the hostesses. Dr. Lowell Hostess. Dr. Laura Lowell was hostess to the members of the Junior Women's club at her home Wednesday evening. Society Personals. Wlllard C. Albee spent several days In Helena during the past week. A. J. Fleming and Clarence Mc-Vey of Gateway were Eureka visitors Tuesday. Dr. Keith Lowell left the early part of the week for the East. Wellington Brock was in Eureka from his home near Gateway. He was at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Merlin Scott over the weekend. Mrs. Ed Richardson is visiting her sister, Mrs. John Lewis in Spokane. Kitchenettes Of Frenchtown Hold Meeting Frenchtown, Jan. 14. The Jolly Kitchenettes 4-H club girls met Sunday at the home of Miss Mary Mullin.t. Mrs. Armand Lucier, leader, demonstrated the using of a commercial pattern. During the business meeting the members planned to give a dance and card party January 21 at the schoolhouse. At the close of the afternoon Mrs. Mulltns and Miss Mulllns served a lunch to Valerie Bisaon, Lois Oliver, Jeanne Cyr, Jeanne Nooney and the leaders. Mrs. Lucier and Mrs. Charles Kuney. Birthday Dinner. Thursday evening Mrs, Charles Kuney entertained at a birthday dinner and party for her sister, Mrs. Alma Nooney. Seated with the honored guest at a table centered with, a large birthday cake were Mr. and Mrs. John Ferrlan, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Olivier of MLssouIa, John R. Cyr, Phil, Jack, Jeanne and Julliette Cyr and The evening was enjoyed in play ing Chinese checkers and other games. Business lUeeting. The St. Jean Baptist Altar society held a business meeting Wednesday afternoon in the club-room in the big gym hall. Officers present were Mrs. Armand Lucier, president; Mrs. Victor Parent, vice president; Mrs. Eduard Deschamps, treasurer, and Mrs. Loyal Blake, secretary. Rev. Father Tracy opened the meeting with a prayer. 1 Members present for the meeting, a cards and reireshments were Mrs, Philiias Loiselie, Mrs. George Hart, Mrs. Donile Lucier, Mrs. Henry Paul and the hostesses. Miss Flore Hamel. Mrs. Louis Cadieux and Mrs. Parent. Society Personals. Mrs. Lock Stewart and daughter, Donna, of Butt! were guests this week of Mrs. Victor Parent. Mrs. V. J. Vaiilancourt left Thursday for Tacoma and Seattle to spend two weeks visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, and other relatives. His Shopping- Trip Should Be Gruesome Sacramento, Cal. (.Vh- Fred J. MLspley. state purchasing agent, is off on the strangest shopping ex pedition he has ever encountered. He must buy a human skull. 100 embalmed cats, 30O live grasshoppers, two dozen sharks. 300 earthworms. -0O preserved crawfish, 30O live frogs and the nerve cord of a honey bee. The items were requistioned by the sqience department of Santa Barbara State college. UTILIZE LEFTOVER?. Serve leftovers ar.d vegetables In the form of dainty croquettes. Have plenty of hot fat in the kettle for deep frying, coat them evenly with egg and crumbs and then fashion them small so that they are well heated inroti&h by th time the outside Is nvly browned. Croquettes that are too larye are not so easily handled and msy have a tendency to burst while cocking.

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