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ir Monday evening meet Builders talk d their Hungry #ater Horse decided to call a spe .ting at a later date to fur 'Cuss a water supply sys 1 the Damtown u rse Invited will be a mem y B the state public service " °,. jon , real estate promoters, 1 wihiams who is comple . water supply system for nortion of Hungry Horse ;. hiC 0 is north of highway dub oTnMitf area of Hun EArmn for OrK Ray it 2 . - jdent Neil Keim appointed knowing committees to pre " 1 tbe July 10 dam starting ffl0nV Program: Ed Sayler, \ Nimey, Dick Neustadter and lid Bauer: reception: Mrs. Ted wsod Mrs. Paul Van Ostrand vjs Bd Sayler; barbeque, Payne; finance, Alvin Nash; iimlitv Mrs. Leo Edwards. A " committee of Paul Van Os i Te j Foss and Payne was linted. for the Villa tavern, lunch served by Mrs. Richardson, ' Revard and Mr. Boozle. regular meeting will be ' day June 28 at the Damtown Next tern. iram Items Mrs Archie Lewis is taking er the Midget cafe which is lo led between the Coram bar and ,. s j 0 g cabin store. Mrs. Le s ùas had considerable experl along this line, having cooked restaurants in Kalispell and Cf ton, Mrs. Ray Dougherty and daugh rs Jacklyn and Jo Ann, left s t week for a visit with friends id relatives in their old home ,te, Wisconsin. He girl scout board and lea entertained the members of group with a lovely picnic |t Avalanche camp grounds in Lier park last Sunday. Every th cam e home tired but happy, [ihey met at the home of Mrs. L Fehlberg last Thursday to L the summer program for Erf scouts. A picnic at Avalanche L planned for the month of L; a swimming party at Lake L for July; and a theatre par L for August. Mrs. Fehlberg ser ti a lovely lunch at the conclu ■OD of the business meeting. Everyone is happy to have the Lt Northern trains back on ter regular schedules, after a lectio week and a half of irreg |lar passenger and mail service. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pemble v. ited at the Elwin Reed home ts today. The Reeds were near leighbors of the Pembles before coving to Coram. Tee Mac's' cafe is taking on a «■appearance in the form of a toco, front. Oscar Wigen pulled into Coram m Havre with a trailer house, e is doing considerable improv ( of his property here, chiefly illdozing. Mrs. Wigen is expec d soon. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bauer, Bill Us, were visitors in Coram and rrounding territory. igjiHMr. and Mrs. Sam McElmury V son > Dallas, Texas, are visit f the Forsythes. Ihere are several families who H^tf ïe taken up residence in Co while waiting for the General Construction company's housing ■reject to take form at which time —■"f.v will move to a company house ^■Mrs. Curtis Buzzell and child ■». Glasgow, have moved to Co ■J 0 - Mr. Buzzell has been here r som e time building a home r the family. Boar in mind that there is in Co a branch of the free county ■rary. There's no need to go B !ttlou t reading material. The li •0' is located on the back porch the Fehlberg home and is op from 2 until 5 Wednesday and turday. Mr, and Mrs. Joe Henderson W a residence lot from Don and plan on building soon. w ^GGENER 6 CAMPBELL funeral Directors 525 MAIN ST. KALISPELL, MONT, u'oughtful Funeral Service" PHONE 36 ,-■ 'Ar'"" At: 'U; ' i [If ft 9 II : iO and Safety Have Your Car Inspected Free At For Your Protection PI a f Head Motor Sales Co PF I O.LX " 1 " GENUINE CHEV. PARTS & ACCESSORIES Ä I5 *' MAINTENANCE MEN KALISPELL YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER body, and TRAINED MECHANICS, FACTORY Donald Elliott is buildi^T^Te near his brother's. Mr. Albert Vaile and family are liv ing in a tent across the tracks. This may be a regular residential district in the future. Helen Callahan, sister of Mrs. Harry Lee, and her friend, Shir ley Doble, are here from Butte. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Cleveland are happy to have and Mrs. as their guesrs Mr. and Mrs. Zeb Gameaux Alice, Plentywood, Mont. Mrs. James Christoff and ,, . . Sr., and Marsha motored to Shelby to at tend the wedding of a friend, Lau ra Schroer. Mr. and Mrs. Rad Angell building a club of their building. The General Construction pany has started building the tracks from the depot. Mrs. Ed Gordon and Mrs. : Gordon motored to Missoula attend Dennis' girl friend's grad uation exercises at the Univer sity. are room on the side com across Jack to Mrs. John Krumweide has turned to her home in Perth, N. Dak., after taking a month's rest at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Uhrhammer. Visiting at the Hjalmer Hanson home is Mrs. Hanson's mother, Mrs. Stickelberry, Wisconsin. Mike Chambers narrowly ped being trampled to death by a cow moose last week while in the woods across the river. The moose felt very responsible for her ly-bom twins. Mr. and Mrs. Glen More and fa mily, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Julum and baby motored from Warland to visit at the Maurice More home. Alfred Zaluski, Milwaukee, is re Elno esca new visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wedge for a few days. He recently re turned from China and is still in the service. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Korsmyer and son, Gary, escaped from the Vanport flood and are safe. They moved from Coram to Vanport in October, 1947. The Coram library, located at the home of Mrs. Otto Fehlberg is now open. The Flathead county library, Ka lispell, will stay open from 7 un til 9 o'clock effective next Fri day. County librarian is Mrs. Cor nelia Sherman. Mrs. Myles Strömen, Lake Mc Donald will leave next week for her former home near Langdon, N. Dak. She will visit her father, brothers and sisters for about two weeks. CONTINUOUS QUALITY FOR YOUR NICKEL 1948 l886 «l > » I r s pis ,<! A 5&> 7 I A : ■ »■ i > : ■ yyiiy ,l : ï 1 5 COCA-COLA COMPANY BY BomfD under authority of TH ^.. Q om pany Flathead Coca-Cola BottIin i 5„., 0 "L.L « i . Belton Briefs By Jane McDonnell Robert Clemmer has the West Glacier barber hours are 8 every day. Mrs. George Henderson Wednesday for Colorado to visit her family. Everett Elohome, Tacoma, i guest of the Ed Samsteads. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Archer are the new proprietors of the newly-op ened Bar BQ stand right next to Lloyd Larson's opened up shop. The a. m. till 8 p. m. left Springs son, Foyn Brock and is a service station. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Brayton and Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Sherman gave a surprise party for Mrs. Earl Ryan Tuesday on her birthday. Mrs. J. H. Causey and Mrs. W. L. Adair surprised her the day be fore with presents from Mexico where they had been on a trip. Bobby Phillips, Sweetgrass, is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lundgren, Sr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Callen and family were visitors in Belton Monday. With them were Mr. Gal lon's nephew, Coul Callen, from Ireland. Mr. and Mrs. Harten Evans and family, Kalispell, were Sunday callers on Mrs. and Mrs. "Scotty" Crawford and family. Earl Burris and family moved into their new home Monday. Mrs. Burris' sister, Margaret Steven son, is visiting relatives in the park on her vacation and is now staying with the Burris family, She works with the weather bu reau at Kalispell. Dulane Fulton is making pro gress on his house and expects to move in soon. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Whitney, Great Falls, arrived in Belton Monday night. They were accom panied by Catherine Cavanaugh, Wayne, Neb., who is a kindergar ten teacher at Great Falls. Mrs. Whitney will spend the summer with her mother, Mrs. Walter Gibb while her husband goes to college at Missoula. Miss Cavanaugh will also spend a week with Mrs. Gibb. Cy Greeley, Great Falls, is back at Belton to open up his mother's summer home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ryan went to Glacier park station Sunday. Mrs. Hansen caught a IVz pound bull trout in Lake McDonald Sa turday. Verne Kittleson stopped for a visit with the Bill McGregors en route to Pinnacle. A1 Jellinick, who cooked last year at the West Glacier cafe, is back again for the summer. Catholic mass for the summer season will be June 13 to Septem ber 13 at 8:30 a. m. at the park rec. hall, 9:30 at Lake McDonald hotel. The home demonstration club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Ida Goos, Apgar. Around Apgar Clarence Murrlll, Lem Davis, and several others caught their limit in pounds Saturday fishing in Lake McDonald. Mrs. Ted Ross and children, Ka lispell, spent a week at the Earl Ross home. Alice Ross returned with them for a visit in Kalispell. Rita Williams spent a week with Rae Marie Price at camp nine. An enjoyable time was re ported. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Fitzmaurice have taken over the Murrill cafe, Belton. Mable Carks, Summit, is now employed at Brewster's cafe. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bourne, Conrad, are now staying at Mack in's cabins. They plan on going back to Conrad a week and then returning here for the summer. Clarence and Clifford Hines and wife spent Sunday fishing and pic nicking at Apgar. Mrs. Nellie Wiles visited the Fred Loefflers home, Columbia Falls, last week. Sharon Davis went to Kalispell Saturday to the doctor about her finger. She hurt it some time ago and found it was broken. Burry Kilcrease, Hungry Horse village, is spending a few days with Fred Hodgson. Joyce Smith, Hungry Horse vil lage. spent Tuesday with Dolores Anderson. Jack Vincent, Missoula, is vis iting his parents and brother and sister at Apgar. He plans on bring ing his family up for the summer. Supt. and Mrs. Clarence Lee went to Kalispell to meet Mrs. Lee's two sisters w r ho plan on vis iting at Apgar. Jack Peck has left Bill Mackins and is now employed at Lake Mc Donald hotel. Mr. and Mrs. F. Willets were callers at the Firesteins, Columbia Falls. Mrs. L. Harrinerton has left for Dillon where she is attending summer school. Tom is spending the summer in Colorado. The Grilley's have returned for the summer at Lake McDonald. Mrs. Emelia Cook and Dwight. Columbia Falls, were Sunday vi sitors at the Blair home. tr~ if S J î ' - * f ', ß V \ ur ■ ? ; A V r * [ m .• * ■■■ 4 .* Iv» i Wß$ M : I re m •V e Wti L ■ s highway and the Garden Wall. M K Going-to-the-Sun K S ; K Visit The Park And Dine With Us 3 S H •& s M ■ I H 3 S K K ;>? 3 K OPEN FROM 6 A. M. to 10 P. M. ★ ★ ★ 3 3 [(3 3 S K K WEST GLACIER CAFE Si s 3 ■ L At the West Entrance to Glacier National Park Belton K 3 K I M s A Essex Events Mr. and Mrs. George Craig were in Kalispell for a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bagget are the proud parents of a baby girl bom May 30 in Kalispell. The little lady's name is Carmeila Rose and weighed 6 pounds, 14 ounces. Mrs. Boggett is the former Mary Pettinatto. Congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. DeLange drove to Havre Tuesday, visited friends and returned Thursday. Joe Alford, who recently pur chased a plot of ground from Oakford Bain, is building himself a house. He is doing all the work himself so it goes very slowly. When Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wi from Missoula throw returned Monday they w T ere accompanied by their grand daughters, Patricia and Carol Jones, who plan to spend the summer here. went The round house crew back to work Saturday after a 10 day lay off due to the high water. Sure seems good to hear the trains whistling in and out once again. Mr. and Mrs. Denny Dinsmore were in Cut Bank Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Pfeiffer and children return ed from a week spent in Great Falls. Marlene Lewis has been visiting sisters and brothers in the valley this week. We were pleased to see Fred Snyder, Gary Phillips and Bill Hol man, Sunburst, Saturday for the first time this year. Ruth and Owen Wright were callers in the Keith Jarrett home between buses Sunday. Francis Richland, Somers, has been a visitor in the Roy Mc Comas home this week. Friday evening who were over Tuesday Mrs. Lyle Gee returned to Kalispell with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Klossner, where she visited and shopped until Friday. m « $ TALENT y \ \ Do you y^an Instrument? Sing, Dance or Play ;• \ I'm looking for talent. An\ '^excellent chance for those sin-S f^cerely interested in show bus-^j 'uness, zA $ Contact Cole Winter. After 6$ 'Ip m. Palm Hotel, Whitefiah.V X A ' Î y * John Washburn Sells A North Dakotan has purchas ed John Washburn's interests in the Clack Service station at Bel ton, and wiU take over June 15. John sold the garage, lunch coun tre and grocery stock. Returned from Seattle Tuesday' were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Weir. Both are former Columbia Falls high school teachers. Bruce, now employed by the bureau of rec lamation at Hungry Horse, at tended graduate school at the University of Washington this past year. | GOOD CLEAN Used Cars CHEV PICKUPS GALORE 1942 % ton with ton flatbox, ne v motor. 1940 Vz ton Chev, completely over hauled 1500 miles ago. 1940 Vz ton Chev, very clean, re cent overhaul. A very clean pickup throughout. 1940 Vz ton Chev. New rings and valves December 1947. Above pickups 4 speed and over loads and guaranteed 1937 Vz ton Dodge, one car own er, and not beat up. Drives and handles perfect. 1936 Ford Vz ton, cleaner than usual and priced right. 1939 GMC IVz ton L.W.B. truck. 1945 motor that's perfect. Duals. Guaranteed. 1941 Dodge IVz ton S.W.B. truck. Duals, new tires and new bed. A good buy. »3 S It's High Time for Summer and Vacation M X H 3 X H H x \ H :: H X H 3 "N. ' i yV N 1. A ■ H k X H \ 3 I > H Play Togs > I 4 7 N S .1 s: N : I c. H V 3 ★ ★ ★ I / t 3 ■ 3 —Shorts —Slacks —Pedal Pushers V Da m IS / M 3 • M —Jeans —Swim Suits —Play Suits —Over-alls —Mid-riffs —Shirts —Skirts —Culottes —Sun Backs [ M ■ 3 H ■ Ü 3 IS 1X1 ■I S I H ■ : ij 3 m K H S H î M G3 » t w :■ M H ; ■ 3 Ï X ■■■■■ Here you will find the fa mous name play togs — at prices you wish „to pay. î r ; s M a 5 .-; M a 'if] S Special Purchase WEBFOOT SWIM SUITS Small sizes only 30-32-34 Is M ; ■ £5 K) 3 E S-'l : I s ; : $ 2.95 These are from a famous name maker in fabrics that would sell under the maker's famous label up to $7.95. 3 ' : H s H 3 B l i: a M ■ 75 Beautiful Shortee Coats SPECIALLY PRICED 3 i el $19 ■ H ■ Vi Values to $59.95 — In three groups Expensive looking, smartly sty led coats in Swede Wool Crepe and fleeces — Pastel colors. Navy and black for wear over summer frocks. $29 e® s Coverts K $39 [Si I: I' C4 S l 3 53 3 3 3 SLI n H X X M f»a • 1 * k •1 : X IS. S3 Kalispell id 3 S K And a fine bunch of moderately priced Tudors, i-doors and Coupes 1941 Ford Tudor. Sup. Del. Clean throughout. Smooth, powerful motor. 1941 Ford coupe, new motor, hi speed rear end, radio, heater, new seatcovers and upholstery. Very clean and good body. 1939 Ford Conv. New recondition ed 41 Merc, motor last fall. Lots of pep and fully equipped. 1938 Ply. 4-door. Only 49,000 miles Drive this once and you'll want to keep it. 1937 Ford 4-door. Fully equipped and reasonably clean. Lotta pep. 85 H. P. 1936 Dodge, 5-pass. conv. Brand new paint. 42 Ply, eng. last fail. Takes no oil. 1936 Dodge 4-door. A good car at a price you can affôrd to pay. 1935 Buick. Whether you buy this or not, you'll say it's the clean est you've seen. A very fine motor too. ALSO 2 35 Chevs and a 35 Ford at low-down prices. There'll probably be more by the time you get here so make Satur day a date to see ANDY'S USED CARS (But not abused) Whitefish Bob Anderson, Owner Ph. 154-L (And while you're there, don't fail to see Andy's 225 Hyrdoplane speedboat, 100 H. P. Merc, motor and 60 MPH on the water. Don't tell anyone but it's for sale, and cheap, too. It's the only one in the state. ) If we haven't got it, we'll get it Whitefish, Mont.