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Roof on 0 f God Church New lete biy week was the , 28 by 50-foot As church on U. S. the South For* Horse. Pastor tbis Ipleted L the new r of G° d L No. 2 >n , of Hungry r, Clyde ' , located in ; 0 ntana sembly îev. Leo lutte. Walden. South Fork u t , Sue Potter was two years onday. The children of hie rhood gathered at her home happy birthday and were \ to ice cream cones and v cake, also candy. These t included Sandra McLean other: Jimmy Potter, Steve Terry Ward, Jan Ward ; other; Jimmy Potter, Steve Andre, Pierre, and Wayne iplle and their mother. of state-wide camp 0 f God. Camp direct B Hinton, former L Village id Mrs. John D. Officer home last Saturday from vacation during which ; visited Mrs. Officer's j "to Vancouver, B. C. ! and Mrs. Harry McLean ! lined at an impromptu, Saturday evening. Guests ; he Hank Webers, the George j ers, and the David Culvers. | s night is poker, but for Hi's eV ' it was pinochle when keleton closet, pumpkins, or ind black decorations, Mrs. , Mack and Mrs. Bob Camp ttled the bones at the Camp ranch. The skeletons D It were Mesdames Ketchen, L McLeod, Jim Potter, Fon Shepherd, Fitchle, Walsh, ! Patterson, Hood, Beck and If ghosts don't eat none present since all the food —eared. The skull prize was Mrs. Beck and Mrs. Me the bones. 59(■and Mrs. Gil Drake and Mr. ^"'®Irs. David Culver enjoyed loo In. ■ at the Cadillac lounge Monday evening and XCBttended the concert by pian ■ebey Simon. Klind Beck celebrated her StÄbirthday with a party Mon [ternoon with the usual birth «ake, whirligigs, candy, and iream. Guests were Barry ison. Douglas Head, Gale id. Donna Patterson, Bobby bell, Ronald Hudson, Ken md Gerry Mack, Howard and d Mack, Jannie and Dickie >r. Coffee, ice cream, and were also served to a few later in the afternoon. : were Mesdames Brownson, itti, Gehri, Patterson, Me Campbell, Hudson, Mack, Davis, Greiner, Head and i. Mary Yocum. Whitefish, [the weekend with the Jack It family. Ists of the John Vertrees' Krs. Vertrees' brother and in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Her Slater, Oakland. respective choir for the Mar ty Presbyterian church met Wday night at the home of 1 Vertrees 104 Wvnminp- st f Horse' village.^ev wiil | eting there again this Friday 1 re anxious to have a few new to join in the fun of sing father. Any man or W in singing with the WU micTesslrlT^; Vertrees' entertained ^th > "a ^ bridge tvip,c ■ ... JX'SiSS'i« t, BiomotaH meg oarnc3 , Soward w elner ' TaIbot' ■ ward, Weber, and Rich ! rSda |eenee ^ 'U. McLain. Savis Draper.' ß eck, Patterson, MCloud, ' son and Campbell. Prize s were Mesdames Culver, ' SP6nCer ' Gheri and Camp not loo, i , walk to school ot leave their homes be te«chiIdL m h ° r l 2A5 P ' "■'clnpk ® ave been coming thi The buikiing is iock me and it is getting two School Notes i;;«c-hll(i r ,. n who I Mabel L. Brooner » - 1 Republican for 1 lerk Of District Court > R sox AL: ® Pra and raised in Flathead County. ' Flath ^ Attended local schools, and graduated from th r ?ad County High School with first diploma from ommercial Department. University of Montana. i n ^5®' iIan y years of clerical experience, particularly °fhces and court work. Served as court reporter. s \ ÄM ASKING ' x Perienc e fairs of f° r your VOTE because my qualifications and V, 'H1 enable me to properly conduct the ac the off >ce of clerk of THANKS 1 court. ; F'OR YOUR CONSIDERATION e,era,,s Widow, Qualified for this Office. ■ ■■v » d Political ii: Advertising by Mabel L. Brooner. < . r. i. 1 111111 Tn 1 in 111 j il' m 111 m n much too cold for children outside for 30 minutes. Our school enrollment is grow ing every day. Mrs. Steeples handles 60 pupils daily, caster, 50 pupils; Mrs. Hilden 42 pupils, and Mrs. Kilcrease 72 pils. to stand now Mrs. Lan pu The first graders Halloween party for The mothers lunch which will ies, apples, and are planning a next Friday, are furnishing the consist of cook candy. The child own masks receive special men ir exceptionally good Culvpr ivr S1X weeks are Daniel ald V K^ arCIa . Hilden - and R° n - aid Hodgson,from the morning class and Bertha Bain Carol Schell, and Richard Field from thn afternoon group. ; The children in th e second grade are thrilled over their new worw books in arithmetic and reading Perfect papers in six weeks spel hng were written by Jean Douglas Mary Jane Birnol, Geraldine John son Dan . el Lancaster. Kenneth Wilkes and Nancy Vcrtrees. ren are making their for the party. Children to tion for their work this Second graders have mad masks and decorated their room m preparation for Halloween T'iev look forward to a parade and par ty next Friday. ^ | The honor roll students from ! the third grade are Claudette 1 Byrd, Denana Hanson, Berton ! Bain, and Preddi e Newell. Fourtn I graders on the honor roll are i Gail Christopherson, Lynn Doug- ' ] as, Patricia Loney, Marilyn Mc Guire, and Beret Barbo. The following fifth and sixth graders received a B average o, better: Leroy Byrd. Jack Brown-1 son, Billy Glover, Johnnv Ver trees, Doris Hill, and Roberta R-obke, fifth grade: Roddie Camp bell, Alberta Franks, Colenc Hü den, Carol Kuespert, Lila Mac Lo veall, Bob Bjomstad, Raymon 1 Murphy, Tom Richardson, Allan Struble, and Darryl Patterson. High honors wer e earned by roy Byrd Johnnie Vertrees, Colene j Hilden, and Raymond Murphy. --- - _ ! Hungry Horse - Le Gharles Schachle and baby aughter, Ann Marie, Anchorage, a , aska ' are ëTtissts at the Bruce e W'art home. They flew from the ! r home in Alaska to Seattle, f. came on to Hungry Horse by Fern Steffes - Ruth Van Ostrand J ral "; The y P lan to go from here r 5 . Havre, where they will visit fn , e T nds and relatives. , r * anc ^ ^ rs - ^ cn Edmonson | ! avp com pany this week. Their ! \ g uesbs are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard s ' Pads - , M . r ' aad Mrs - Lee Mott spent the Weakend m Sand Point. , Guests at th e John Vertrees home are Mr. and Mrs. Herbert N ' Slater ' ° akland - Bob Burns and Cliff Burt wili n 3 *! ! barbers h°P soon in the ; ^ Ca ^ e building. j ud Heck, our traveling groc- - erys î' ore man was forc ed off the | r °, ln Pad R° c h canyon Tuesday smashing up his truck con KK !' ab,y , j Mr ' and Mra L ennard Erickson came home Saturday night from | & Ba T 10 L.Ï ! ^ fr ° f m ^ an ' ,el Bauska 8 hunting party of five m "' 13 that . they have fo,lr elk - T"' man ^ OTe I John building con-1 4ractor , from Hamilton is pouring) foundation for the bar he is build w-! Mr . Peterson will build a store. building for Mr. Stanton in Mar-j tin Pitv i Jack Kirkland has been stay-1 I " r ke .?P^ a fira j arp C bu »' di Thüinred'a 1 5 fceen trvin to ^ ^ f f 4 n whi"f L cement was still . . , .... i! e d wflÎT' 1 u7 f Tiu I f . 3 :< wloe en < of the floor. Dogs are pretty un j Ponular around them place since 'hen, Construction on the new Comp ton ' a Market buildin S is goin? aaead rapm y. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dooley, Los Angeles, are visiting the Wc.kers come ! and Mrs. Kay, owners of the Fam • y grocery. The Dooleys will be here for a week or so, and are very enthusiastic about our town and the beautiful fall scenery South Fork Town By Ami Sharr ç,. owner of the lü If 0C !. ry ' was taken serious y 1 lu esday morning. He was th( L Whitef isfc hospital by amb mance. Tuesday evening a call lor ty P e O blood was received and Edwards > who had gone to : fl! "" tke dam ' w ™t to White-I IJJ*. for the transfusion. No re ° rt " n hm condition has been re ael y ed at thls tim *- His wife, Mrs. Helen Storm, Seattle, 3ent for ' The W. A. Storm, has been grocery store is be-1 mg operated by Mrs. Leo Ed wards and Mrs. Maude Halbert. mother of Mrs. Storm who visiting here for a few days. All the neighbors and friends are fer vently hoping for his complete re covery. was Mr - and Mrs - Dave Smelser have raoved into tho Oscar Edwards home on the highway. Norman ««"sen. who has been home from work with a painful! carbunclt ' on his arm. has return ed t0 work ' Mr ' and Mrs - Lo ° A1Icn have i near! y completed their new home ° n Larch st - and expects to move ™ soon ' j b ! 1 j I I I THE 2ND ANNUAL Show and Sale 30 HEAD — REGISTERED PUREBRED Hereford Bulls FAIRGROUNDS KALISPELL g S g M „ i Prnyrr hy Rev ' Petcr Marshall ~ Chaplain V. S. Semite s Lord, w e are ashamed that money and position speak to us ^ more loudly than does the simple compassion of the human heart. Help us to care, as Thou dost care, for the little people ® who have no lobbyists, for the minority groups who sorely need s justice. May it be the glory of our Government that not only ^ the strong are heard, but also the weak : not only the powerful, but the helpless; not cnly those with influence, but also those wh o have nothing but a case and an appeal. May we put our hearts into our work, that our work may get into our hearts. Amen. (From the U. S. Senate Journal of Jane 4 ' 1948) ' Write for Catalog Walt Mauritson, Secretary Box 337, Kalispell, Montana immim.i mip. nimiinminmniimininmu H Ernest Burns s n : I H S Democratic Candidate MONTANA STATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Overseas Veteran of World War II ; ca S ii ■ M H 3 S i' 8 H s I :• H : K : M ea s '• : 8 K I.-. ; Pol. Adv. paid for by Ernest Burns, Whitefish, Mont. H t: : r SPORT SHOTS m Jet \ £ rcQ& If wùat is tha t film before our hero's eyes? In the past a foot ball player could mak e his bobbles on the field on Saturday, get bawl pd out in skull practice Mondav. resolve to do better in the future, an d m'ax. But now many college ^ h moüon ^ ^ made of ë t , hejr &ame .s- - and the camer as are picking up g which used tQ be hjdden , n the dust of battle. Not only is the >._. oat .. of the play in for a roasti on Monday , but —--~-,he's a horrible By Ward Nichols example to rest of the squad film until wears out . . . he the è which may jn years. Fifteen or » twenty years I .j ii 3 B E Peoples Service i: .1 Phone 130 — Poison, Montana ★ ★ ★ di a a 1 CELOTEX [: PLYBOARD DIMENSION LUMBER TOILETS I s 1 B LAVATORIES f LIGHTS HOLLYWOOD BEDS, SINGLE & DOUBLE g I D 11 15 a FIR AND HARDWOOD FLOORING DOORS AND WINDOWS J fri r Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nichols are the proud parents of -a girl, Jacqueline Joy. Mrs. Nichols and daughter returned to their home Sunday. The water ditches are being cov ered in this immediate vicinity and we can now use the alleys Mr. and Mrs. R. Hill have start ed their new home on Pine street back of the Leo Edwards lot. Mr. and Mrs. G. Lewis have bought a trailer and moved from the Nash cabin to a trailer camp in Hungry Horse, modeling his house on South Fork avenue with intentions to rent. Clifford Westerfield. who has been working in Alaska for the! past three months, returned Sun- : Frank Bissell has started re day to his home on South Fork ! avenue. ---- SMS MSKSKSKiSMgMEI>8EQ5SD8SlSSK BARGAIN : Modern newly dec orated, furnished. Good location, near school. Terms. PARTLY finished house, $2900. 2 BEDROOM home, new, mod- ! ern. Kennedy addition. Terms. T . . „ . _ , ^ „ S of '" ts m Columbla Pails f" d tli am ™ l,ndm »„ area ' Pro P erties ! 1 " the Hungry Horsc area ' HUNGRY HORSE REALTORS Columbia Falls, Montana Phone 36L kskshs; •SKSMSS5S&SSKSHS from now when the player wants to tell his kids what a bundle of gridiron dynamite he used to be the films will still be around to prove what a big slow-witted "Q. B." ho really w!s. On the other hand, those close-up shots in a> tion t him a Hollywood contract, and he might wind up a rich and famous bachelor. Who ^0^7 practice in the sporting goods de partaient of the : MERCANTILE COMPANY, 1st Avenue East & 2nd Street. We Every so often we hold "skull'' KALISPELL get together to discuss the tips and suggestions you, our custom ers have given us. We know that by following them you'll be pleas ed . . . and that's our business. Phone; 555. Martin City Campfire girls met at the Pollman home and elected of ficers Tuesday . Carol Russell is FURNITURE SENSATION j THE YEAR! You can own Buttrey Furniture at prices lower than ordinary furniture. Check these values — see for yourself. i % I :■ W ? 2 % \ f ! i \ f J I I ' t f .i ! W: X s i! Î : ' M iS ;8 >/.] A X ir -»to; V DAVENPORT and CHAIR $ 1405 ° Mohair and Rayon, stripe Frieze cover, very finest construction. Color, wine. Regular $239.50 NOW DAVENPORT and CHAIR * 179 " Mohair Velvet covering. Kroehler con struction gives utmost in comfort and styling. Rose color. Regular $279,50 NOW DAVENPORT and CHAIR $ 139 95 Bark cloth-tapestry, long wearing, fa mous Kroehler construction. Regular $219.50 NOW DAVENPORT and CHAIR $ 189 5 ° New two-cushion style Davenport. Mo hair covering, green color. Regular $289.50 NOW Where else could you buy quality suites at such low, low prices? FURNITURE DEPT. mm Serve You Best Kalispell president, Donna Gibson, vice pres- * ident, and Barbara Dumay, sec retary-treasurer. Plans were made for a Hallo ween costume party for Martin, City children.