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w corne rs Hold Masquerade
By Gladys J®' Sh<iy
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complete
„„„.„en theme
Ha ning jack-o-lantems em
the masquerade of the
ized "mb Tuesday evening.
Kations and name cards
^ out the orange
, schei» 6 -
and black
McGowan »» awarded first
" beT witch costume with
v .r A Bose given second prize
nrize was won
Harker. During the even
was played with Mrs.
B ninr high and Mrs. Ted
'd'ew low. Guests introduc
ers Mrs. Jean Nowel and
Jones, Kalispell.
O'Connor presided at
meeting at which time
voted to start meetings
by Mrs.
s . Mike
usiness
at g o'clock.
of the evening wer«
Pearl Ganiere, Claude
sers
ptiy
istesses
lames „ _ ,,
■tensen, Tom Crum, Doug Me
ld Roger Ganiere, Duane Lind
, ne xt meeting will be No
r iß at the VFW hall. Hos
, will be Gloria Bugli, and
lames Henry Tolliver, Teddy
, ly. a. Bose, Olaf Vestre,
5111 Allison.
! jj a i Clause, John Greene and
Reid, Naval Air station, El
«1 Base, were guests of Mr.
jlrs, J. E. Greene this w-eek.
ng their stay here they went
hunting with Lt. Clause hag
a nice buck. They expect to
n Saturday. Mrs. Nettie
,e will accompany them to
Calif.
'■public card party was given
Royal Neighbors meel
Thursday evening. Duc
hé evening prizes were award
ad lunch served. The lodge
their next meeting Thurs
■afternoon al Andersor'«; hai
Mr; Grace Darling and Gene
===»ned here from Cascade, Calif,.
ay.
rs. Jean Sullivan, Belton, vi-
j friends and relatives in Co-
ilia Falls Wednesday,
r. and Mrs. Chester Conlin,
tefish were Saturday guests
[r. and Mrs. Leonard Geer,
raer of the clothing store be-
built next to the Dreamland
is Glen Dial. The Dials are
building a house hack of
ner Plumbing and Heating.
-, and Mrs. Henry Loeffler
daughter, Missoula; and Mrs.
la Leighty and daughter, Bet-
ialispell, were recent visitors
e home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
pier.
1rs, Earl Fitschen, Butte, is
Ing her sister, Mrs. Frances
Inson.
It. and Mrs. Frank Schmidt
I last week for Seattle where
■ will meet their son, Billie, who
Ip return from overseas
In the army.
|r. and Mrs. Percy DeWolfa,
»spent the weekend with Mrs.
I Tracy.
p, Emma Downes, who spent
[past two weeks at the home
per daughter, Mr. and Mrs,
pny Washburn, Apgar, has
ed home.
serv-
re-
[ r and Mrs. Clarke Hendrick
I left Sunday for Rochester,
F - w herc he will undergo a
peal checkup. They plan to rc
»1 a week or 10 days,
P Joe Burke returned home
Ry night from
Lewiston,
WM. GOBLEMAN
PLUMBER
Quality Plumbing
Installation
Denting Pumps
Mins & Meyers Pumpsg
Plumbing Fixtures 5
Wolverine Valves
topper Pipe & Fittings
1Q 4 First Ave. West.
Kalispell
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Idaiio, where she had been visit
in S relatives. She was acconnnn
ied home by Mr. Burke's mother
who will visit here several davs
The Burkes are building a Se
across from the Joe Opalka resi
dence 1UKa resi
Mrs. Mary Gorton loft Tuesday!,,
lor Missoula where she will visit
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gorton. "
Mrs. Tom Lee also left Tuesday
for Missoula. While there she vis
ited Judy Parisei. _
Connie Has Party
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Wilson
gave a birthday party for their
daughter, Connie, last Wednesday.
It was her first
birthday.
Guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Kowcum and daughters,
and Phyllis: Mr. and Mrs.
Wilson and Dale, and Mr.
M. McCune and Mickey.
Phil
Sharon
Lyle
and Mrs.
To Hold Bake Sale
A fall bake sale and bazaar will
be sponsored by the Lutheran lad
ies aid November 13. Plans
made at the aid meeting held at
the home of Mrs. Norman Borgen. |
LaSalle. Mrs. Neal Nelson was the '
assisting hostess. ' I
During the afternoon Pastor j
Baker gave the Scripture reading |
and led in prayer. Mrs. Howard i
Greene gave a devotional talk. J
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IN NEW FALL SHADES
$119
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and :
STUMP-OUT
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livestock. Saves many $$$ per stump. ;1
4 ox. - stumps to 12" dia. $1.00 3
. - stumps to 24" dia. SI.75 (1
16 ox. • stumps to 36" dia. $3.00 j
for larger •,
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Larger economy si
stumps and clearing projects. Mon-
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WINTER MONTHS ARE THE MONTHS
FOR BURNING OUT YOUR STUMPS
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HARDWARE — GROCERIES
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Columbia Falls
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22 x 34 rug
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L, lumb >a Hebekah Lodge No..
ontertain ^ Mrs. Ethel Krog-1
? SS ' Glendive ' state vice presi
v i ° f the Rebekah *««"»>* last
T ^ Jessie Geer ' nobt?
grand, presided.
mil a.- . .
uther guests introduced were
Rebekahs
Entertain
State Vice President
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lrs ' Thyra J orgensen, state treas
Urer of Latiies Militant, Mrs. Gla
^ Fisher > ffrand marshall,
Mrs ' Lucy Dcfries - all
P oll: Mrs - Sadie Flint, Mrs.
abeth Brown, and Mrs. Charlotte
Willis, all of Whitefish.
and
of Kalis
Eliz
During the afternoon Mrs. Krog
ness, Mrs. Jorgensen, and Mrs.
Eisher were presented gifts by Mrs
Geer on behalf of the lodge. Re
freshments
were served at the
close of the meeting.
Last Wednesday
local
lodge
members went to Whitefish whore
Mrs. Bill Hamilton, their cand.-1
date, was initiated. A special
tesy was show them by the Hun-1
gry Horse coach line which ran
a special bus at midnight to bring
them home.
cour
Lutherans to Present
Theramine Player
instruments, will give a
next Thursday evening at the I
Episcopal church. The 8 o'clock I
concer t is presented by Our Sav
ior ' s Lutheran church,
Among the instruments Mr. I
sime wil1 Piay are a pitchfork !
cello and the Taeramine,
Orbin Sime, artist on unusual |
concert I

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F n,t t d Pastor Bakcr '. who
bas «eard him play many times,
! * 8 . tha . t . thosc . f 1 . 0 hear hlm
l" ot be d >^ppomted.
| There is no admission charge,
1 but a free will offering will be
I taken.
J strument played, literally, by a
[ "wave of tile hand." For many
j years he has been giving his con
j certs in Lutheran churches in the
To Open Studio
The photography studio being
built by Charles Eberts is expect-:-:!
to open in December. Construction
of the 25 x 32 pumice block build
ing began last June. It is located
on highway No. 40 next to Caieys
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Masons, Eastern Stars and their
guests are invited to attend the!
Masonic home card party next 1
Wednesday. It will be given at An
derson's hall, 9 o'clock, following
the Eastern Ster meeting. Prizes j
and refreshments
. i
will be given
served.
Guaranteed Electrical
Wiring of All
Kinds
RICE ELECTRIC
Col. Falls
Route 1-A
Leave messages at Hungry
Horse News — Phone 39-2
WOOLRICH 100 Per Cent WOOLENS
Jackets — Pants — Shirts — Socks
DAY'S CORDS FOR MEN AND BOYS
A Complete Stock of
LUMBERMAN'S RUBBER & OVERSHOES
for the whole family
McINTOSH APPLES BY THE BOX
FRESH MEATS & FISH
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Hoerner's Plumbing and Heat
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in Columbia Falls this week. Own
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The 30 x 70 building is located
on highway No. 40. A complete
line of bathroom and kitchen
plumbing fixtures is in stock. The i
font of the budding will be a 2S
x 30 display room. Three exper
ienced union plumbers, Glen Dia'
Gravel !
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Basement Digging i
Ditching

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