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Gladys E. Shay
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phases of church work
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ventions, and extra sum
services for West
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* Andrew Olsen, Colum
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vacation.
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0 Bible School
Start Monday
Bible school will
,v vacation
\ the Baptist church Mon
9 o'clock. It will be in
for two weeks with classes
! a g e s. All children are in
to attend. Rev. Ralph Wer
jjl be in charge.
uSaile Bible school is being
ded tonight, Friday, with
o'clock program. There have
30 pupils in attendance. Rev.
er was superviser with Mrs.
Graham, Arietta Leach and
Birnel, teachers. Secretary
McDonald.
ierans Slate School
jjy vacation Bible school at
Lutheran church
22 and will run for
Savior's
Is June
weeks. Classes will be held
jge S from 4 to 14 in the Eph
jal church across from the
school, and at the Lutheran
onage. Rev. and Mrs. Harry
will be in charge.
ier
fcounce Catholic Services
Le Catholic services Sunday
ijuie has been announced by
1er H. A. Faley. The following
Is for holy mass are effective
113 to September 13.
|e Park services held at Lake
fconald hotel, are at 7:30; Bel
fat the recreational hall, 8:30;
[Richards, Col. Falls, 10:00;
jispell hospital. 6:00; St. Ann's,
[ere, 8:00; and at the Bigfork
I school at 10:00. Father Faley
Listed by Father J. C. Tuohy,
lisped hospital chaplain.
rdBjIeet in Whitefish
he missionary society of the
Less Methodist church will
le a joint meeting with White
l next Thursday. The meeting
I be at the home of Rev. Dale
[by, Whitefish, at 2 o'clock,
pse wishing transportation are
led to contact Mrs. Joseph Wil
■unday will be children's day
I Hie church Sunday school. Ab
idance and Scripture memory
Irk awards will be awarded at
i close of the quarter the last
lime. The following Sunday Fa
ir's day, will have recognition
I die morning worship,
lev. Clarence Miller, Spokane,
»riet superintendent led the
lining service here last week,
[ding the Whitefish evening ser
[e the same day. Last Sunday
p. Willett had charge of the
lldiers home service in the ab
pce of Rev. Andrew Olsen, who
b Seattle.
[Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Fleming,
Iverdale N. Dak., are here for a
F days visit. Mr. Fleming is
r d police at Garrison dam.
[Mrs, Fred Brading, Hobson,
ft Monday for her home after
siting her mother, Mrs. Eva Jor
Bob Jordan returned home
from Missoula and plans
work at Big Creek this summer
"dfe who is also attending
University, will finish school
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in about three weeks.
Mrs. Ray McDonald, Mrs. O.
O. Isaacs, and Mrs. Axel Lund,
all of Kalispell, visited Mrs. Eva
Jordan and Mrs. Fred Brading
Saturday. During the afternoon
the women called on other friends
George Gulick has returned
from Spokane, where he has been
attending school. He will begin
working in Burt's barber shop
Monday.
The Bad Rock Busy Bees picnic
has been postponed to June 27 be
cause of the high water in Law
rence park, Kalispell.
June meeting of the Newcomers
club will be held next Tuesday
8 o'clock, in the VFW club at the
Cosy Corner. There will be elect
ion of officers.
Mrs. W. W. Stevens has gone
to Rudyard, Mont., to attend the
funeral of her mother, who
ed away last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl (Rollie) Lar
son are the parents of a daughter
born last Thursday. She has been
named Kathy Jeanne.
Mrs. Roy Smith and children
Browning, are spending several
days at the home of her mother
Mrs. Jack Tracy.
Mrs. Martin Hendrickson, Kal
ispell visited last week at the
home of her mother, Mrs. Helen
Riehl.
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Baur, Bill
ings, have been visiting friends
in the valley. They are former
residents.
Doreen Johnson, Williston, N.
Dak. will spend the summer with
her mother, Mrs. J. J. Ryan.
Mr. and Mrs. John Tolliver,
pass
former Monarch residents, have
moved into the house vacated by
the Herb Stanley family, in the
Kennedy Addition.
Mr. and Mrs. Vem Barton and
family, and A. J. Downen, Roscoe
So. Dak. are visiting at the Ar
chie Downen home.
Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ganiere and
Jimmy, and Mrs. Pearl Ganiere
spent the holiday weekend with
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Palmer and
family, Missoula.
The Baptist young people's mee
ting with radio broadcast will be
Wednesday at 8:30 p m. The mon
thly business meeting will be at
9 o'clock following the broadcast.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Howard and
FATHER'S DAY
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PARK DRUG
Columbia Falls
Mrs Jim Dawson, Kalispell, was
Mrs BiliVn 6 h ° me ° f her sister -
M-rs. Bill Nadeau, Tuesday.
j 0 f n r - "^ Mrs - M - L - Wright and
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Mrs ' F1 °y d Darling
and children, Bigfork, were week
at the Art Green home.
Bui Allison is home from Creigh
ton, Omaha, Neb., where he had
been attending dentist's school. He
wih spend the summer here
Mrs. Fred Fredriksen is recov
ering from bums
, received last
week. She fell asleep while taking
a violet ray treatment at home.
Mrs. Hilda Oertei
Tuesday after
days with her
returned home
spending several
sister, Mrs. Ira
Ross. Sunday guests at the Ross
home were Mr and Mrs John Eck
elberry.
Sunday guests of Mr.
Chet Seymer were Mr.
and Mrs.
and Mrs.
Bob Leslie and family, Kalispell.
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hart
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family. Darby, have moved to Ha
milton. Mrs. Hart is the former
Kathleen Watt, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George Watt.
Mrs. Evelyn Imholt, Kalispell,
spent several days at her house
here this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kastella,
and daughter, Rochelle, Whitefish,
visited at the home of Rev. and
Mrs. Joseph Willett last Saturday,
Mrs. Clinton Collenbom and two
sons, Big Timber, Mont., is here
visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Beebe, and other relatives.
They plan to stay a month. Mrs.
Edward Beebe and daughter, Mis
soula, came Tuesday to visit rel
atives, retunring home Thursday.
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Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Howard an<i
Mrs. Howard's sister, Miss Ann
Brewster, have moved to their
Mountain Brook home for the
summer. They are Butte residents.
Mr. and Mrs. John Janetski
the parents of a son born Wed
nesday at the Kalispell hospital.
The rural mail carriers assoc
iation had their annual picnic t
Dan Saurey's home last Sunday.
There were about 40 present, in
cluding families from Lake coun
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Schedule Dance Review
Pupils from six western Mon
tana towns will present a dance
revue tonight, Friday, at the Mc
Intosh opera house, Kalispell. Jt
is under the direction of the Paul
ine Ellis studios and entitled "A
Night In Hollywood."
Students participating include
Patsy Greene, Columbia Falls,
Gayle Preston and Bonnie Han
sen, Half Moon; Beverly Mahon
and Mary Lou Edmondson, Col
umbia Falls, rural. Advance tick
ets may be purchased at Moun
tain States Power Co. from Mrs.
Viola Greene.
Remodel Liquor Store
Remodeling of the State Liquor
store began Monday. Shelves in
the office are being enlarged, and
will cover one wall. The store is
being kemtoned, and tile will be
laid on the floor. The storeroom
in back will be enlarged in the
future.
The new building is almost two
years old. Vender is Chris Raaen
with Mrs. Howerd McCully, clerk.
Wins Yard Contest
Mrs. M. H. Rhino was awarded
first place in the Bad Rock grange
yard improvement for June. Mrs.
Mrs. and Mrs. Roy Johnston were
given second and third awards in
the adult division.
Arlie Moody, Velma Lewis, and
Martin Baker, were rated winners
in the childrens contest. Stanck
and sons, Spokane nurserymen,
furnished the prizes. Due to the
rain and the large number of en
tries, two afternoons were necess
ary to visit all the farms. Many
interested persons toured the loc
ality with the judges and plans
are made for a larger group tak
ing a picnic lunch and a whole
day for the July judging. Visits
will be made in Äugest and Sept
ember, also.
Judges were Mrs. George Watt
Mrs. Lyman Hill, and Mrs. Pete
Anderson, Columbia Falls.
Columbia Falls
Store Hours
Effective June 14
9 a. m: until 6 p. m.
THURSDAYS, 9:00 A. M. UNTIL 9:00 P. M.
Chamber of Commerce
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.$3.39 to $9.75
.$2.70 to $10.00
. $1.10 to $9.75
CASTING RODS.
CASTING REELS.
FLY REELS .
FLYS
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LANDING NETS, Collapsible
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The Friendly Store
Chet Seymer—Authorized Dealer
Columbia Falls
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Margaret Reese Marries
Margaret Reese became the
bride of Earl Lawlor at a cere
mony performed by Father H. A.
Faley at the St. Richard's church
last Saturday. Miss Anna Cash,
Kalispell was bridesmaid with Ro
bert Lawlor, Whitefish, best man.
A 10 o'clock wedding break
fast was served at the Temple tea
room, Kalispell. Those present
were the bride and groom, Mr.
and Mrs. Joe Reese, Columbia
Falls; Mrs. Fannie Lawlor, Kalis
pell: Anna Cash and Robert Law
lor.
The couple will reside in Bozo
man whre Mr. Lawlor is contact
agent for the veterans adminis
tration. Mrs. Lawlor has been em
ployed at the Kalispell veterans
administration office.
Star to Initiate
There will be initiation at the
Eastern Star meeting June 23.
Lunch will be served by the com
mittee with Mrs. Cecil Loveall,
chairman. It will be the last meet
ing before the summer recess. Vi
siting members are invited to at
tend.
The chapter business was con
ducted by worthy matron, Agnes
Seymer, and worthy patron, H. J.
Mustell, last Wednesday evening.
A friendship night, when nearby
chapters would be invited to at
tend, was discussed for next fail.
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