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-L.UH! If You Want To Make Your Wife Really Happy , i: Take home a new Ford—and thus save on the price of your car buy your wife a fine diamond, a silver service, a piano, a radio, or the beautiful living room suite you never felt you could afford. She'll say you know how to use your money wisely. 1 And remember—if you have not RIDDEN in the improved Ford mod els you do not really know the Ford car at all. I ■e 3 I I INC UNIVERSAL CAM s N. H. Browning Garage BELT, MONTANA * ✓ ZL. f W. H. MEIGS FOI DISTRICT JUDGE Republican Ticket Eighteen Years a Resident of Great Falls, Montana County Attorney 1913-1914 Member of 16th Assembly 1919 Five Years Assistant United States Attorney for Montana FAIR, FAITHFUL and IMPARTIAL Circulated and paid for by W. H. Meigs T ' I : j A> VOTE TO REELECT H. R. Eichemeyer Democratic Candidate for County Attorney Economical Administration Efficient Service And a Square deal to all. Saved Taxpayers $7000 first year in office 'Jf ! I Collected every cent of County money from closed Banks Devoted Personal Attention to all Criminal Cases Maintained efficient force of deputies ; Advertisement Paid for by H. R. Eichemeyer. -P Have a Game of Pool or Billiards AT BARNEY'S Tobacco does not get dry in our cases* it keeps moving Get your favorite brand of cigar or cigarette here. A. N. PRATHER, Proprietor i I High School 2 S E 5 E * E s I EDITED BT PUPILS OP BELT . HIGH SCHOOL NEWS GATH ERED PROM EVERT DEPARTMENT (Continued Prom Last Week) TALK AT HIGHSCHOOL ASSEM BLY ROOM Last Tuesday morning Mr. W. Meigs of Great Palls addressed the students of the Belt Valley High School on the signing of the Con stitution of the United States and pointed out how those men who drew up and signed this constitution had prepared themselves for their task through study. He said that twenty nine of the fifty-six signers were college graduates while the others ! were self taught. In this way Mr. Meigs tried to impress upon the stu dents the necessity of education and expressed the hope that they would continue their studies as far as their means would permit. I A striking statement made was, ."Don't think of yourself as you are; that's self conceit Think of your self as you are going to be; that's i self-respect ■ i BOYS' GLEE CLUB The boy's glee club just startet practicing regularly last week with a embership of about fifteen. Last Friday evening they learned a new foot-ball song. The time lost by the boys in the first six weeks is to be made up by I extra practice with the girls. : this way training for part singing , will begin. in SOCIAL NEWS I Jean Morris gave a birthday party 1 October 20. It began at seven-thirty and lasted until midnight. Five hun ; dred furnished amusement until the birthday lunch was served, after Which everybody danced. All said they had a very good time. Monday evening, Mr, and Mrs Os car Johnson gave a venison dinner to the Black Diamond Cafe teachers. Miss Sifford was elected spokesman and said that their appreciation could be seen by the looks of the plates carried out T :7r ' ~ LOCAL NEWS I Elmer Gray has returned to school j after an absence of two weeks. I Mr. and Mrs. Bowman, Miss Carl i son and Misa Sifford were guests of Pilgerams at Armington, Thursday evening. > There was perfect attendance in the seventh grade last week . Verna Frisbee will spend the week at tile home of Edith Wilson in Great Falls. Marjorie Sharvard spent the week end with her grandmother at Center ville. Mr. and Mrs. West of Armington entertained Mias Bowman, Mibs Carlson, and Miss Sifford at dinner Sunday. Frances Dannet attended the fun eral of Mr. Rude of Raynesford on Eino Kivi spent Saturday and Sun day at his home at Blythe. Miss Ruth Jennings and Blanche Servons went to Great Falls Friday (to visit Fern Millard at the Nurses' Training Quarters. Dorothy Depew spent the week end at her home near Fife. Ethel Goodman made a brief visit with her parents at Riceville during the week rr Maybelle Berry from BowerviTTe, Minnesota is a new member of the Junior class. NORMAL CLUB The meeting held on Tuesday was for reorganization of officers. The oficers elected are : Ruth Jen nings, president; Blanche Servoss, vice president; Mildred Tuura, Sr Treasurer. A professional meeting followed 'business The girls learned how to ■ wait» tarn.IftrtP»'Of garelap aa__ [ The committee on room decoration have carried out Hallowe'en idea by Ian attractive window arrangement. J Jolly pumpkin faces grin above the white curtains and match the orange I papers around the flower pots. 1 The sandtahte committee worked ■ - j out a realistic representation of a desert Camels are traveling «eres» I a sandy waste to aa oasis where clean water and green grass promise ' rest and refreshment. White feathers dyed gr e en cleverly serve aa foliage i for palm trees. At the Normal Club meeting lut Monday night foe the roll cell every gW had to gin aa interesting, talk They also though. 0 f on nature piemt for Hallowe'en I GRADE NEWS A trip consisting of a coal mine visit, hiking, games and supper was enjoyed by the sixth and seventh graders last Friday. Many thanks are due to Mr. Irwine bimL. Mr. Klim., tor conducting . g~ir.pl,, H ninety-nine miles, the Hudson owned by William Karhi made ninety-eight miles. All members are on the track and Miss Sifford were entertained at Buhler's Friday afternoon, class underground. The two new pupils added to the seventh grade were, Gladys Hedrick and Freemen Burley. The aixth grade spelling score chart now reads as follows: The Packard and Star owned by Julia Armstrong and Susie Ford made one hundred percent (one hundred miles), the Oakland owned by Nellie Crocker The second .grade and Miss Molitor now Frank Knight. '18. is working in Great Falls where he has been em ployed for about three years. Nahum Wilson, '17, is making his home in Washington." Anna Nohl, '16, is living in Wash ington. ALUMNI NEWS Dorothy (very angry)—Jack, I'm going to give you a piece of my lip Kenneth—Oh. Jack, I wish I were j JOKES tomorrow. you. Art talking to Rachel—"Since they! started calling Dorothy "Speed", she! is trying to be first and doesn't j know how." know how." Elsie—Gee, if I have to come down tonight for the Normal clifb, thd dramatic club, and staff meeting, I'll sure gpt skinpy. i • - . Evelyn—What do you mean ? Get Shinny to walk with you? I Miss Ryan (in General Science (class)—A body immersed in water| j lores weight. i Eva—I think that I'll keep away from water. Mayme—Are you the oldest in the family? ( Tough—No, my mother and father * are both older than I. Mrs. Appleyard remarked, upon fishing an egg beater from the pond Monday evening, "I guess they want me to beat it" HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL Honor Roll: Helen Veliber, Helyne Remington. Elizabeth Malcolm, Lil lian Bakko, Ben Hirano, Irma WHson Victoria Dorchak, Ruth Jennings, James Previn. Prepare early for the honor roll, Begin at the first, that is during the first weeks of our six weeks' period and keep your grades up to avoid having to do all your work during a rush. Now is the time to remove incomplete work and from now on endeavor to keep your work com plate. EDITORIAL the last week when there is always ORGANIZATIONS Last Monthly evening' the Girl Scouts had a meeting after school to tell the new scouts of the hike and ; weiner roast that the older scouts ! ware giving for them, Miss Ryan and the girls taking ! rooking and home mangement are j planning to organize a Home f Economics Chib. The boys in Farm Shop class are j Itl art l ae, blacksmith work. They are making hay hooka, hinges, and all' things useful on the farm. week end. , ARGICULTURE NOTES i t ■ LOCAL NEWS Misa Mae Pohto enjoyed a brief visit home at Sptonkop during the Mias Mayme Johnson was in Great EaBs shopping Saturday home of her parents at Hughes ville over the week-end While die was tbmu she visited schools. She Ae ports that there is en attendance of trèWN#* MMs Myrtle Skadasa 1« the Miss Visas Hauskam# weal to her home at Little Belt Friday and re turned Sunday, T-3P WET AND DRY CAMPAIGN ( Con. from page 1) i 2 in submitting the question to the voters in these two states is without , approval of either party. , j I» Montana the republican plat form contains a bone-dry plank, while the democrats, by a rote of 56 to 27, tabled a similar resolution at ; their recent state convention. Nevada's wet efforts to have eon | gross summon a constitutional con vention in no wise involves any of the political contests. California's democratic candidate for United States senator, John B. El Hot has the indorsement of the anti saloon league and the prohibition __ ... .. „ S ""f Samuel M. Shortndge, ignores the ! wet and dry question in his campaign for reelection. ... ( T" W,8co ™ n wets pred.ct they "g M ** J' 75 pro P° Ml - while New York and Illinois counted upon to roll up big major ities in favor of the referendum Four years ago Illinois voted over ar, ..... ... mingly for light wines and beer, whelmingly or light wines and beer, when 1,065,242 wets snowed under. 512,239 drys. In New York as else where, the wet organizations began en ' i8tin * vote8 for their cau8e lon * before the actual campaign got un der way. A REAL GUY ! Big Timber, Oct. 23,—W. T. La ReWf who inched on the Boulder 1 I and then on Big Timber creek sever al years ago, and did not do as well as expected, was here Tuesday inter viewing merchants. When Mr. La Rew left here he said he would be back some day. Locating on a ranch in the Upper Yellowstone, above Livingston, he got a good start and did well. Tuesday he made good and c ame back, several merchants being requested to dig up old bills and re C eipt them. He was accompanied here by his son, Dent, a graduate of Sweet Grass high, who is studying for the ministry. DANCE, K. P. NALL, SAT. OCT. 30 (* Art Gillis Five-Piece Orchestra Wonderful Lunch Served hy the • Pythian Sisters j = + JL. Roy A. Johnson FARMER CANDIDATE FOR REPRESENTATIVE Repulbican Ticket Farmers should be represented in the Cascade county delegation. Paid Adv. by Roy A. Johnson. W. S. JEFFRIES Republican Candidate for County Treasurer Over 25 years a resident of Cascade County. Chief Deputy County Assessor Present J Paid Advertising by W. S. Jeffriés Arthur S. Jardine Republican Candidate for County Attorney If elected , I the lew Paid Ad vertis ing by Art Jardine ==» FRIDAY. & SATURDAY OCTOBER 29 & 30 Laughable Farce Comedy Douglas McLean -I» 'That's My Baby' Abo Comedy Note-—After the first show on Saturday the SA Radl ob will be given arway to the one holding the Incky number. 10 A SOc SUNDAY MONDAY OCT. 31—NOV. I RENE ADORE In ' Blarney 9 A snappy Irish picture with an ..old ..time ..bare fisted fight that's a dandy. Also — Scenic Grand Canyon Arizona's TUES. & WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2 & 3 A powerful gripping war picture The Unknown Soldier Laughs Tears — Smiles Adm. 10c & 30c