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The Westebn NeWI
Devoted to the Development of Libby and of Lincoln County
Libby, Lincoln County, Montana, Thursday. January 1 1948
&
. SOCIETY
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VOLUME XLVII
'47 Has 21.36
In. Moisture;
33.3 In. Snow
Through the courtesy of the Lib
by Ranger Station we give the
following statistics on the weather
dunng 1947:
The most snow was on January
i-^with 18.1 inches op the ground,
During any one 24 hour period
the most snow was 4.1 inches, Jan
ua S*°
Highest temperature was 103 July
4 Lowest temperature was minus
19 January 3.
there were 9 days below zero in
January and 4 in February.
There were six days 100 degrees
or more above zero in July.
Norm.
2.15
1.41
1.46
.97
1.41
1.54
.89
1.31
1,57
2.75
2.28
__-.
^ 15
r.
or roore above zero in July. i
The totals of snow, precipitation
and the normal (moisture measured,
part of whibh is melted snow and
part of which is rain) for the months
follow:
Month
January
1 February
March
April
■" May
June
Jiih
August
September
October
November
December
Totals for the year were 33.3 in
ches snow, 21.36 precipitation with
a normal of 18.57. " '
records kept for the past 52 vears!
Snow Free.
13.5"
3.0"
1.94
1.11
4.6"
1.28
0 . 0 "
.43
0 . 0 "
.78
0 . 0 "
2.34
0 . 0 "
.23
0 . 0 "
0 . 0 "
2.83
2.64
0 . 0 "
4.89
3.3"
1.18
8.9''
1.71
.
The Westminister Fellowship
the First Presbyterian Church, met
at the Manse at 5 o'clock Sunday,
December 28. The meeting was
brought to order by Vice-Moderator,
Kate Church. The election of of
ficers was then held and the fol
lowing officers were elected: Mod-!.
erator, Carol Brennan; Vice
erator, Roy Davidson; SecVe Bar-;
bara Rice: and Treasurer, VirginiaiQ
Rice.
A Very impressive candle light
installation service followed the
election of officers with Vice-Moder
ator, Kate Church presiding. At
the close of the service Mrs. David
son served a delicious lunch.
—Barbara Rice , Sec'y
.. , ...
Monday Night
T t,dm . W l.
American .Legion 28 171
Ä rtS a nS £ eed 26
Highlander Beer .25 20iof
Miller s Clothing 23 22 j
Flying Service 22 23 j
5°o£f fiT 2 n
Hotel Lioby 20 25
L ? af , , • 18 . 19
, «h single game with handicap,
Bill Lnckson 272.
High single game, team, with
handicap American Legion 1140.
The weather report for the past
week is as follows:
Date
Dec. 26
Dec. 29
Dec. 31
Dec. 31
H
L
38
24
45
20
35
20
17 .
WESTMINISTER FELLOWSHIP
MET DECEMBER 28
Bowling Scores
For Past Week
W ednesday Night
J l ' an ' n . . no w L
Bowkei Dist. 23 19
L- S W. Union .21 21
Zonohte Co.20 22
.J & C Garage . .20 22
High Single Game - Swimley, 286.
, Hi «h Three Game (fnd.), Swim
H-s- -
io
18,
18
19 (
24
Friday Night
Ott's Service (Tied 1) ...24
Kootenai Merc.
Firemen .
V. F. W. (Tied 1) ^
J, Neils Lbr. Co.
Partlow Elec. .
Libby Motors .e.18
Kootenai Val. Garage ....12
High single game, with handicap,
Bill Bacth 285.
High single game, team, with
handicap, Libby Motors, >1099.
Women's League—Thursday
24
24
.23
.23
19
30
w
Team
V. F. W.
Brown's Hi-Power
J. Neils ...
Lincoln's Inn .
High single game, Julia Midyett,
L
.23
19
.23
19
.20
22
18
24
199.
High series, Verboncouer, 471.
High singe game (team) Lincoln's
Inn, 756.
High series (team) Lincoln's Inn,
3998.
High single game (team) with
handicap, Lincoln's Inn, 1083.
High series (team) with handi
cap. V. F. W„ 2983._
NOTICE
Members Local 2862
Recapitulation of monthly finan
cial Statement of Montana District
Council, Lumber and Sawmill Work
ers. for fiscal year beginning July
1 1946. and ending June 30, 1947,
is available to each member. Do
£
er
Recording
Local 3562
Secretary
WILL DRAW JURY MEMBERS
MONDAY. JANUARY 12
The Jury Board will meet. Mon
day, January 12 at the Court House
to qualify Lincoln County Tax Pay
ers for jury duty. The board which
consists of the chairman of
board of county commissioners,
county assessor and the county
treasurer meets and qualifies
taxpayers who are between the ages
of 21 and 70 years, and are neither
deaf, dumb or blind, and are
good mental capacity.
The names are turned to the clerk
of tbe c « urt > who, with the sheriff
make a capsule drawing from which
tbe Jm~ y is selected. _
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lOm OuallflGS for
J* C *. U
The Famous C uh
1 ne '0100115 V^IUD
_ •
Thirty years ago when I was
lineman for the Montana Power Co.
over in the high mountains of the
Coeur d Alene country one spring
white patrolling the high line
Vf had two
■■ v. coup 'and in the
course of events they grew
When they got to be about
year old I had a set-to with one
of them, and he came out dead.
When it was reduced to just one
bear, he was a good deal more
tractable, and better to get along
with. As a consequence wl had but
httle trouble with him, and when
he got to be a two-year-old, he was
great, big, finely-developed silver
tip. I could ride hime, and he was
inestimable value in hunting
bear He could find bear where
they weren't any.
£7 oiS
' r,d8e ,he moun,am ' -ùrs
while patrolling th
killed an old bear
cubs. I took the . _
mountain into camp 'and
natural
, _ ,__ t
power line as I was coming
being just a little skift of
up.
r^w-ErtS r.,™" 5 w. œ
1. slipped down oft him, and he took
, right around the hill. He went out
of sight behind a little fringe
timber at the top of the hill.
followed as fast as I could, and
when I got there my bear was fore
gathering with a couple of big sil
: vertips out on a f lat covered by
f e f, on , d growth of dwarf timber.
kll ] ed two of these bears and skin
ned .,them out as fast as I possibly
? ould ' but R was getting late and
1.7 want ed to get to the camp before
, got , too dark. But it is no small
Mod-U°8tb skin a bear and by the time
had these two skinned it was
u 'te late. I went to get my pet
Hie hides on him to take
t them to camp, but he was absolutely
' unman ageable. We went round and
ro " nd - Finally, I got hold of him
I a . by d ' nt of much persuasion this
! time - so had another set-to, and
j b > r the time I got him in the mind
Î , g°' n g into camp, I was com
jpletely worn out. Some time prior
j to this event, when I milked the
jeow morning and evenings my bear
(had a habit of sittting on his hind
quarters while I squirted warm milk
into his mouth, and one evening
when the Mrs. and I were contenv
Plating going to a dance and some
Iwhat in a hurry. I didn't bother
to squirt milk into his mouth, for
which he got real oeaved and in
the process of teaching him some
manners, I picked up the milking
stool which was a one-legged aL
19,fair - and knocked off a part of one
his tusks one
Well, after supper on the dav I
shot the two bears I got to Wonder-1
why ° ld Bruin had become
mean all of a sudden, and whv he
didn't want to enter the camp. A
thought struck me, so I went out 1
and walked up to him and raised
his upper lijjv, Lo and behold he i
had just a fine a set of tusks as'any
.
the ground in the fall of the year
bear you ever saw in vour life T
had killed my pet bear and rode
one of the wild ones back to camp
—Tom Brindlev V '
—-■ -- - - 3
BEVERLY BEAUTY SHOP
CHANGES HANDS ,
The Beverlv Beanfv Shnn
Icentlv bv Mis« T illian R,,«;
took ovc r possession this week. ^
Miss Buti recently completed
beauty course and is a well Vnnu.n
}8|young lady'm this community.
Mrs. Wolz will remain in Libby i
S r ca r„ etime takinR 3 mUCh needed
:
1
held 8 Stat rt SU f pr? T C0UI , t has up '
wmpenTa a t r ion° to*" Kenneth a r ident
compensation to Kenneth Geary,
a truck driver who was injured
playing baseball during the lunch
period at the Washoe Smelter at
Anaconda of the Anaconda Copper
M i imng Company.
ITie high court split three to two
on the case which was appealed by
the Anaconda Copper Mining Co.,
from a decision in Deer Lodge
County district court upholding the
award by the State Industrial Ac
cident board.
Justice AlberV-H.. Angstman wrote
the majority opinion, in which Jus
tice Lee Metcalf concurred. Chief
Justice Hugh Adair wrote a separate,
COncUITing op ini on
Justice Fred L. Gibson wrote a
dissenting opinion in which Jus
tice I. W. Choate concurred.
The Supreme Court
Upholds Award

Mr a„d Mrs. Pau. Church hft
or Bo jse Christmas Day, called
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Missoula_ (U R)_As result of re-i
seareh into Droducüon^ïütteL Î
Montans v^rh!?.L P ..1^
Stetere mav S maï ^not^born
Krrthe'mor? 3 ^™y 'Äte
when °you° fin^^ne of the rieht
heieht J it win d hi >n fi.l? "fni
J , ^ and
r«LY.„u th ® ay ar0land -
Thnmaf? UIlde . rwa * y ^
7he bri c* 8 t' ,ns . t T ructor . * n
cJVL, M « n ' ana t Sta te University
MnntJf?h 7 ' aimed at . he f7
â S u£ned vie d 'fTteh a l?tv
f rees fr th yi j® lc î h iiJ 1 r^^/lhv
mas tren in^fY 1 u The . Chrlst -
rommunlti« 0 b , as / c to !8 n ? e
0 Tr"' ns "/'t» state and to
-, the d 'tf ere nce between
prS^wShHHe^ *ell-paymg,
p Wa • r,dge . said - , .
Jftg;'%f s tod m bit 'uiiJ
äHESHF Si:
ÄiTtfÄSi
f v S data and then make
duce manv ^ h ?.u P,
of m as y ^ * Chmt
I ■ . t .
th f f ?? 1 Seiv,ce statistics indicate
bearinÏVhH« 0 * 1101 °/ pn . vate , land
S^Ltï! 68 w
sajc j nf«nl^ ant «t' Wa tbndge
I n 7 mnna P I° pe * r cutt,n g practices
amJwm m 8 .n aPP ? ar *? e V
future Yi.i,. adequat0 sup Pty f°
1 ul sea sons.
-i, wa „ h . irr . . .
f r „i h d to cll oose the
decorated , bcaul ' fu ' ly
fiï 3 ™ homes and lawns this
chairman^fHfh St r t ? d W ' J Harr >s.
j Committee'^or^th/i qI£ Decoration
JJ*1 7 holld ays.
nrc war S a a Say that in
u 5 hohday decoration con
S ha< l been spon sored by the
each year until the custom
ftf ined * universa t favor throughout
K 0 î t ,„ Clty ' ,. many beautiful displays
being worked out each year. Dur
lnR the wa , r years the club did not
a P °'K? r the contests, but will
sol^Ture 35 C ° ntinUe t0 d ° 50 in tho
IU iV re '
t M j n L out standing displays
£ ound throughout the town with per
bapS tb 5 i? 0 ® 1 being seen on Louis
! ana l 1 ? 0 . Call f ornia streets. One or
blocks on Louisiana are es
„„
1
best
Award Prizes
For Holiday
Decorations
are
P.®Ç iaR y brilliant, and if any of
I ^l en t h fy e . not made tb e rounds
they , should hasten to do so before
the lights are taken down
another year.
, The judges who assisted Mr. Har
ns by making the rounds of
8 rated homes included Mrs.
c 10 "j r . and Mrs. iWm. Nelson
The^awar^forThe^h^f bl °, Ck
wem t M
(-m .■ eni to Mr. and Mis. Fred
ifo^hundre^Mock 68 ' 0 ^ ,h t" thf
iana ff S m S ° Uth Lf,u,s
jSchlumm^werTawankd first prize!
^ or the . b ^st religious motif. Their
home is
Bernhard!
on the highway at the
co ™, er of Ninth and Utah.
The following cash prizes were
*xl V nn de v : . ® est decorated home,
j i u e best de f or ated yard, $4.00:
anTh ® *f 0 B 0 wing 11 aUractivm*^decoral
r° nS ^ e ? iv fd "honorable" mention:
Geo. C. Earle. Paul K Church Wm
Hiatt, Ole Rolseth Mrs Stella Reid
Raymond Bleich O À Andenfön
F. J. Carlson Eric Erickfon Wa?:
ter Neils, George Neils and E M
Davidson "Hn„™.ki ur ,,
religious motif decorations 'goes to
W. C. Zollars and W r "teai^
The Lions Club has asked ^The
Western News to thank the Judges
for their help, and to alsf. J thTnk
each and ana to also thank
. . . . every citizen who dec
orated his home, either house or
yard, thereby helping to make Lib
by beautiful and the contest
cess.
a suc
JOINT INSTALLATION
SATURDAY. JANUARY 3
Cabinet Lodge No. 68, I. O O F
îrtU SSf?j5S?ÄaÄ
day evening at the lodse hall in
ibby ' i^nhS^nd^
a S ar *
I T • r. .
Local Trio Stea
I * • , _ ,
LlflCO M and Bulck
U
\ „ ,
ChrLstmL ,"L errv feature of the
Ifihv 11 ^ holiday was experienced
Davis Frfn C ° rbett and Harr >' F
toJtheft folIowin « the
< Sheriffs r It i ■ports from the
coin *7 ofTl « > . Mr. Corbett s Lin
ÏÂ r ;, wh, f h was parked at
i«ti CaLÄTf thcir ,10me m the Neils
apartments, was stolen about 3 a. m.
fu dav ^ rs Corbett noticed the
absence of the car about 5 o'clock
|? d t f h r of t was reported to the
! Æ off,cc , ab " u ' »0.
car was fourni Friday morning
^ Harr >- E. Davis in the Fisher
! ^ er c 'V untrv abm 't 23 miles from
town when he had started out on
! Highway No. 2 to look for his 1942
Buick. which.was missing. He dis
,Covered the Zephyr a short distance
p tts, ttifs f,
H s 4f ->■ -
r
f *: ? r.^
it nanus the Sheriff's office is holding
T fr ° m pai,1 'cation at this time. They
* S£ re ,de " lified fil ' st by a Fisher
Rl V' r resident and later by a Kalis
pell service station attendant where
tl , lcy had bol *«ht $5.00 worth of gas
° h ^' ,.
Fiom Kahspell the party dropped
from sight. The FBI is
16 ÎL nK T tht ' «-arch ..
r throughout the country.
„ homc
■ iom Montana State College at
Bozeman to spend the holidays
brought with him as his guest Bill
Bastida also a freshman at the col
lege, who so home is in Bogota Col
ombia. S. A
Bill said that the vice-consul at
Bogota, who had attended both
Montana State at Bozeman and tho
University at Missoula, had sold him
on Montana. He really likes it here.
It is the first time in his life that
I he has seen snow,
Mr. Bastida is a student in archi
tectural engineering
coopera
with officers
BOGOTA STUDENT SEES
FIRST SNOW
FIXTURES N AT V ,S? G
fiAiiiKtS AT LIBRARY
The Staff members n-Hmn. , „j
friends of the Imo In Co ' Free
Library are cnioving the new behf
fixtures mstahed fn the hhrfrv
quarters of the courthouse T^e
old-type fixtures which wer.,
stalled P When the huildinv wnl' Ki.u*
in 1936 cave m insiifTie^erT bu Î of
of light In fnim e f nhrin P<
the library a licht mete? hfreW
registered The Jew "Slim lfnl"
STS! 'thJt f,Xt k U!CS th 83 '' 0 k
.»ch «U'Ä S5 Zt
tlTVr C r a ingPatr0nS . The ll '
our
for
the
'i
'l !R '
' '
e
Boaid of County Commissioners is
°. be congratulated on this bene
system rniZmß llRhtmß
system.
TERRIERS WIN FROM BONNERS*
4ND LOSE TO fRFSTON R r
AND LOSE TO CRESTON. B. C.
The LHS basketball team lost to
the Crcston. B. C. "quint" 55 to 45
Friday evening of last week. The
Terriers then traveled to Bonners
Ferry, where in a game with the
Idaho team, the Libby quintet put
up a hard fight, winning in the
final quarter with a score of 21 to
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to take this means ofH
xpressing our appreciation to our
friends for their kindness during the
illness and after the death of our
beloved mother. Your many kind
acts of assistance at that time, and
the sympathy expressed in words
and writing mean much to us. We
would also thank all those who
made the beautiful floral contribu
tions.
Mr and Mrs r.lp^nn Pitew
and famflv *
Rev. and Mrs Howard B Pil
cher and family
Col. and Mrs. Donald F. Hall
Patrolman R. W. Riddle informs
The Western News that examina
lions for drivers' licenses will be
given January 2 and 3 at the Com
munity Room in Libby.
All drivers who do not have a*
1947 license and ail commercial
dnvers are required to take exam
inations.
Fire is the leading cause of all
disaster* and catastrophic.« in the,
United States. The American Red
Crossr^^ that fire is resiwnsibte
tor more disaster relief calls than
all otner causes combmed. !
and family.
0KIVEX8 LICENSE EXAMS
TO BE HELD JANUARY 2-3
DOLEZAL DISAPPOINTED
IN LACK OF SNOW HERE
Riiv Doleza1 ' who is visiting his
parents. Mr. and Mrs Adolph Dole
- ''I, somewhat disappointed in
"'..„'i"t finding any snow upon his ar
*'» val hero from San Diego,
s >> ' he is glad to be in Libby but
cannot conceal hi^ disappointment
a , nd u ,!l •'** «lad to got back to
California after visiting with his
brothers and friends as well as his
folks
Herman, a brother, and Mr. and
Mrs Dolezal will take Ray to Kal
ispcll early New Year's morning so
r at Rav can r" 3 * 10 San Hiego by
January 3 ;„ Ml and Mrs. Adolph
B,°l ez ?| will visit with Ed and Joe
Motichka while they are in Kalis
pel1 _
JOHNNY rORRirr
T4KFS FIRS? pîYrF
IAIkW MKST PLACE
Johnny Corbett took first olace
in the spot landing contest heB at
the Libby airport Sunday when ste
-Planes from^Kalis^lweTehere
^ *" competition. Theme were
Next Sunday five planes from
Libbv will pay a return visit to the
Kaliipell flyers V,S,t the
- - -
I ikkw CL: Mill
L-IDDy JKI ri 111 tO
' M Cl • T
HOVG NeW Ski TOW
,
Sunday afternoon was -i reH letter
dav for ski enthusiasts „ til
cality At 130 larcr^ttuek2
up to the ski hill and fmi^i^w«
unloaded the mninr*^ «
ofthesk.tow lt was ^Iw^un
the hill mH set d , rawn U P
a, 7ompïu7i ' Ä f" 1 ^
srTœ
He
l£'ï X.'z.i jä" -jst
project and the st .rv of i
pletion will he a real ttml After
that it will be ail up*U) the we-fflîer
man 1 weather
Heading guilty before Police
" nd 7 • 7.
Stierna, who drove a borrowed
7* r down , to JV n ^? L turday afternoon.
d T°, ve l nt f ,f! le D Ch . n £- Ra 7 b, ° car
Yf, *. he , Postoff î ee ' bltbnß jt
lu h A o • 1 1 knocked into
the DeRosia car Driving on north
w i! he •TJ" turn. Stierna struck the
^ a l U Y Kamme - Ver
.
Th , v , J? ay JP? ,Y 10p ,
Jud 8 e Brindley als<
* lm a ^ d suspended I 01 *
imposed on Eugene
»"''««jation and disorderly conduct
Saturday, December 20,
Draws $200 Fine
Plus 30 Days
car which
in the street
was
in front of
reports a S50
sentence
Fletcher for
t!) C MEET E JANUARY *3*™*
Th< ' South Lincoln County Chap- da
tcr nf the American Red Cross will
ho,d lts annual meeting on the sec- 'V
0nd Monday ol January, the 12th. l
for the purpo ' se o{ Meeting an ex
ecutlve committee for the considéra
tlwn of rt 'P ort and for th c transaction
such other business as may pro
r ly c "™ bt ' fort ' tb e meeting,
which wlU bo held in the Com e
mumty H al1 ' at 7:3 0 p m
HOSPITAL NOTES
The ,6., lhl . bsbll . s
1 ' world ln Libby during 1947
were a daughter to Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Katarzy, Dec. 27: a son to
n'' an , d Mr f Charles A Chalhryir.
Deç.3!; and a son to Mr. and Mrs.
Wlll,dm b n°ws, Dec 277
d0e Lorbett was admitted for
surgery December 31.
Mis. John Boothman was admit
tl 'd Dec. 27 and released Dec. 30
a ® a medical patient.
..
N OT GUILTY
GAERTNER PLEADS
Gacrlner JL
ts ÄSTÄ'Ä'Ä
"»f " c
Ç 4 . _ 1 . _ A_;_,
JiOlC AQGIICIGS i0
ry 1 A • I
rUrCnOSG AirpiOnGS
r
The Montana State Board of Ex
aminers has authorized the purchase
of airplanes by the Montana Aero
nautics Commission and the State
Fish and Game Department.
1716 board a PP™ved the purchase
°J a f oar-passenger Stinson by the
Aeronautics commission and a Piper
^ b by the Fish and Game commis
Tlie two state agencies will use
the planes for transporting em
ployees and officials in addition to
other work.
The Fish and Game commission |
will use the light plane extensively ■
in connection with game inspection.
observation and photography. For
heavier work the Fish and Game
Department will continue to hire
larger ships.'
„ —, w - '
Mr- and Mrs. A. D. Morton had,
Christmas dinner with Mr. Mor- 1
ton's aunts, Carrie Hula Huquet
and Mrs. Pearl Stoakhouse in Sand
point before going on to Coear d' j
Atene to «pend the holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Swanson
e
Number 33P
Mrs. Blackford
Answers Last
Call Sunday
Death took Mrs James M Blacfc
ford Sunday, a citiien who has UvB
m the community for many ye«».
. During her life here Mrs rib**.
ford won and held the love
respect of all who knew her.
Maude Estei yn und^ «k.
daughter of Mosea Chapman UmS
u° y and ^ Sh '™» Lmdsey,
born near the village of N
Pl £îl Count y- Illinois.
She . * rew to womanhood at her
pa J ent3 c °untry home, going to the
later attending 2
^? &ho01 a ' Pi 'tsfield. the^
' k* v jn8 as she did in one of the
most beaut, fol sections of the coim
try. Jhe Mississippi Valley region"
hardwood forests, she grew to be a
deep Nat ure lover, and learned by
name all the trees and plants tluX
Rrew near her home.
I, At I 9 she entered Eureka Col
ego, studying Art. Music and Eng
If 1 finishing the course there
* h , C ma tnculated in the Department
f Art at Washington Umverster.
w Louis In 1898 she came fc
Montana to teach Art Drawing and
En « ,ish in th< ' LeWistowîî SST
Here she met and married Jam»
'
™, c Ä
municanl of the Episcopal Church,
thc longest-t.me member of St
Luke « Guild in Libby, having been
a member since 1912.
She was al
ways a student of English, literature,
and of the Bible. She possessed a
great love of beauty, and made her
home in the country a delightful
place, working with Nature to keep
its surrounding as Nature made
her^amlfy; and hTr^home^alSaS
;T in " d her e"™*" '"'r™ *s
\s«, u a«.*®?*asua
passed away on the 28th day of
December 1947. Episcopal service*
were conducted Wednesday by the
R(>v - Mr. George Masuda', Rector
of St! Luke's, Libbv
Ski Club Holds
Annual Party
Members of the 1 ibby Sk. Cub
gathered at their cabin last Satur
>' «'ght for their annual Christ
mas-New Year's party which is al
lvs a much anticipated event,
pon their arrival everyone was
8'ven a piece of red or green crepe
paper and 4old to make a hat to
wear during the evening. ^
W(>r «' many clever ones but Wm
Guernsey won the prize for hte
*ot»c creation. The reds and greens
then cont 7 U ' d honors in*three
f*53 of candy. Wm ? mg S,de won
eÄiSf w"î. TS,
called by Carl Rawlings Peon?
There
music was furnished byVred VteL
nail, with his accordian and Ä
mon Parker and his gmtar anJthe
old and new fashioned dances of
the evening were
enjoyed.
Shortly after midnight a buffet
lunch was served after which dan
cing
enthusiastically
iiÉüitmcd until shortly after
The friendliness and
tu «
. con
geniality of the group added to the
pleasure of the party.
Committees fur the
affair were:
fcÄ"-Ä 8 ".S- ft? Ô
KK MiT-Æ
Robertson. Mrs, Joe Fennessy. Jr
Carl Rawlings.
Punch Committee.
Aimer
James Harris,
James Christie and John Myers.
A short business session of the
club was called by President Chri*
Raralo during the evening and elec
Lon of officers for the new year
was held. John Finnland, John
Ronning, and Mrs. Pete Ramlo were
th e nomination committee and they
reported the following names which
were elected by acclamation: Prea
e nt > Inez Ratekm; Vice-President,
g , ^ tson: Sec y-Treas,.
R was voted to assess each men
ber of the Club five dollars to help
finance the ski tow and a committee
was appointed to draw up plans lbr
tb e use of the tow and secure the
necessary U. S. Forest Service per
3obn Myers, Joe Fennessy,
"S' Mrs. E. M. Davidson. Mrs. John
Fumland, and Inez Ratekin are
tb *® conunittee.
A short discussion of club proj
jÇCts concluded the business meet
mg and notice was given of a meet
ing to be held at the cabin on Jan
uary 9th.
The more we know the
we forgive: WhoA^feels
feels tor all who live
Fjeseth;
on
m^TK;
Stael.

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