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To Pay Off Debts Campaign to raise funds to pay off debts incurred in building Our Savior's Lutheran church in Col umbia Falls is underway. The new church was dedicated two years ago. Objective of the present canvass which will continue until Oct. 7 is to retire debt on the building and raise funds for a needed addition ja the future. Members of the church are ducting the drive assisted by Martin Husby, Minneapolis. There are to be 120 families contacted in the canvass. Being scheduled for next week with a tentative Thursday 6:30 p. m. date is a Loyalty dinner at the Masonic hall. con Hold Services For Harry Bourne Funeral services for Harry E. Bourne. 52, Columbia Falls, who died Sept. 13, were conducted Mon day at Waggener & Campbell chapel by the Rev. Ralph M. Werner of First Baptist church, Columbia Falls. Pallbearers were Thomas Carter, John Carter, Sidney Mellow and Bill Stallings. Burial was in Woodlawn cemetery, Columbia Falls. Harry E. Bourne was born Dec. 7, 1902, at Stocket, son of James M. and Elizabeth Bourne. He moved to the Flathead in 1941 to farm. He is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Bertha Jacobs of Nampa, Idaho, Mrs. Mary Churchwell of Plains and Mrs. Minnie Harry of Pinehurst, Idaho; and two brothers. Plan Instrument Information Meet A general information meeting for parents who plan to have their ehildren begin playing a musical in strument at school will be held Wed »esday evening, it was announced by William Bruey, director. The meeting, at which instruments will be displayed, will be held at 7:30 at the multi-purpose room at the grade school. All parents interested in starting fifth grade students and up are in vited to attend. There will be no instrument firm representatives there and parents attending will not be under any obligation, Bruey said. Pick Cheerleaders Four cheerleaders were elected by the Columbia Falls high school student body this week following tryouts. The 315 students picked Peggy Reid, Sylvia Smith and Mar lene Willis, Columbia Falls and Sandra Stratton, Martin City. The new cheerleaders are to make their first appearance at the game with Ronan here Friday afternoon. Traffic Cases Traffic cases in Columbia Falls police court of Judge Floyd P. Jones were as follows: Stephen Lyle Haffner, Columbia Falls, driving while under the in fluence of intoxicating liquor, fined $200 and driver's license revoked for a year. Glen Rudolph Voss, Babb, failure to obey traffic light, fined $10. Bernard I. Kenfield, Columbia Falls, failure to obey traffic light, fined $10. James Henry Livers, Whitefish, speeding 35 miles an hour in a 25 mile zone, fined $10. Warner L. Gifford, Columbia Falls, speeding 39 miles an hour in a 25 ■Be zone, fined $14. Gabe E. Rahrick, Columbia Falls, speeding 40 miles an hour in a 25 ■fie zone, fined $15. Glen Lester Chandler, Kalispell, speeding 35 miles an hour in a 25 ■Be zone, fined $10. - Highway patrol cases in Columbia Palls justice court of Judge Floyd P. Jones were as follows: Virgil J. Lester. Billings, forfeited $25 bond for reckless driving. Taylor F. Stewart. Tempiute, Nev., failure to have valid driver's license, forfeited $10 bond. Catherine S. Powell, Big Creek, no valid driver's license, forfeited $10 bond. Freddie H. Trowbridge. Whitefish, ■o valid license plates, fined $10. Evaîyn E. Personett, Columbia Falls rural, no valid driver's license, fined $10. Richard W. HuUett, Kalispell rural, no valid driver's license, fined $10. James P. Dooris, Columbia Falls, fined $10 for improper plates. fined $10 for improper plates. Town Bridge Club Elects Officers Mrs. Vern Johnson was elected president, and Mrs. James Gum ming, secretary-treasurer, of the Town Bridge club. They succeed Mrs. Pat Kelly and Mrs. James Clark. . ... Bridge club held its' first fall , 0 , Wednesday. Hostesses were Mrs. Jake Choate, Mrs. Mel Lane, and Mrs. Robert Sanders, at the Choate home. It was voted to purchase a band uniform next spring. Bridge crab dues will be contributed toward this project. Scorers named, Wednesday, were Mrs. Tom Lee, Mrs. William Bruey, and Mrs. James Clark. , Next meeting is set for Oct. 5 with all ladies welcome. Hostesses are to be Mrs. James Cummuig, Mrs. William Driscoll, and Mrs. Mike O'Connor. . . In attendance at the first party were Mesdames William Bruey, James Clark, James Gumming, M. C. Estensen, Dudley Greene, Vern Johnson, Pat Kelly, Koppang, Tom Lee, Mel Lane, Martin Olsen, Don Piper, and Robert Sanders. meeting Youth Fellowships Resume Falls Meetings Methodist Youth Fellowships have resumed meetings after a summer re High school MYF meets Sundays at 7:30 p.m., at the parish house. Sponsors are Mr. and Mrs. Pat iaîc. Meeting Mondays at 7 p. m. ism® Intermediate MYF. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brackett are sponsors this group. They also meet at me parish house. Seventh and eighth graders are welcome to attend me Intermedi ate MYF, with high school students invited to Senior MYF sessions. Falls High Students Elect Officers The 315 Columbia Falls high school students this week elected class of ficers. The 53 seniors chose Lynn Loveall, Columbia Falls, president; Buddy Ridenour, West Glacier, vice presi dent; Carolyn Hyndman, Columbia Falls, secretary; Janice Piper, Col umbia Falls, treasurer, and Roberta McLean, Columbia Heights, stu New Manager at WHITEFISH SAFEWAY r* -j à? 221 CENTRAL AVENUE MAN A GERS !» Mr. G. "Bill" Mendenhall I Is Your New Store Man I ager In Whitefish. Bill I Has Been Working As I Food Clerk In A Miss I oula Store. He Is Mar I ried And Has 3 Children, Two Boys And A Girl. # ► •v* » fl X SPECIALS If* 1 & aï. >2 A SC* & -k: 4\ A LaLani r PINE No APPLE JUICE & 2 . frillin' \ 46 Oz. Tins 55c These Big Values Look At TOKAY GRAPES HERE THEY ARE 8 for I Cherub Milk 29c 00 Fits Any Tall Formula Cans 2 Lbs. too 3 for 95c Peaches No. 2*4 3Ü*. Highway Slices or Halves ITALIAN PRUNES Tins U. S. No. 1 Washington 1 DO 4*1 1»» IS- 99c l /z Bushel Basket Hostess No. 303 Delight Tins I plate b °IUNg OR PPlSKRT IS *JI 3 for 47c it îf No. 303 PEARS <*?# 19' Tins Y > Highway Lb. Extra Fancy and Fancy Washington Bartlett 28 Lb. Box.... 2.89 Corn 2 12 Oz. Highway Whole Kernel Tins $ÊÊâ Green Beans 2-29c 10\H Gardenside No. 303 Cans end TOMATOES Cut PORK Vine Ripened for Canning 16 Lb. Crate 4 for 65c 1.19 Tomatoes 55* No. 303 Cans Highway lh. 2 for 48c 2 for 33c Chili 15 Oz. Nalleys With Beans GREEN PEPPERS Tins «\C 12c U. S. No. 1 Soup Lb. Campbells Meat Variety 10 Vi Oz. Snack 33c 12 Oz. Can Luncheon Meat Morrels PEACHES VV Utah Elberta 2-5 6c Cake Mix 3.29 % Bushel Basket .... Betty Crocker Devil's Food, White, Yellow 20 Oz. Pkgs. 3 Lb. Tin Shortening PEANUT BUTTER 85c Royal Satin O SAFEWAY BEVERLY CREAMY OR CHUNK 12 Oz. Jars LB. PKG. . COLDBROOK YELLOW Oyc Margen ne 2 19c I dent council representative. William Stallings is faculty adviser. The 75 juniors named Pat Crum, president; Ronald Loveal}, vice president; Pat Ball, secretary; Ber et Barbo, treasurer, and Norma Herbkersman, student council re presentative. All are Columbia Falls residents except Loveall who lives in Coram. Leonard Whitney is fac ulty adviser. Sophomores—numbering 94—elect ed Jack Perry, Hungry Horse, presi dent; Sharon Staley, Columbia Falls, vice president: Elaine Hollingsworth, Martin City, secretary-treasurer, and Douglas McLean, Columbia Heights, student council represent ative. Mrs. Jane Garey is faculty adviser. Brothers, Gerald and Harold Ward are president and vice president of the freshman class of 93. with Peggy Reid, secretary-treasurer, and Shar on Garlough, student council repre : sentative. All are from Columbia Falls. Student council representat ive is Douglas Follett. Here and There Among successful antelope .hunters are Mr. and Mrs. Andy Gunderson, Columbia Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lund of Whitefish. The group went out the opening day of ante lope season and arrived home, all successful, four days later. They hunted north of Chinook. Recent guests at the Rasmussen home were Mr. and Mrs. Earl He der, who were dinner guests, Sun day, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ma son and family of Kalispell, guests on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walton have moved into the basement of their new home. It is located on High way 40 east of Columbia Falls. First dance of the school year at First Dance Columbia Falls high school is slated for Friday evening in the multiple purpose room. Sponsor is the Pep club. Apgar Students On Field Trip APGAR— Children of Apgar school with their teacher, Mrs. Leona Har rington, Thursday, boarded the West ern Star at 2:07 and were to go to Whitefish. About half the 13 child ren have nevet ***» on a Then the group was to continue to ,, . ...... Kalispell where they will visit the ^ re department, The trip back was to be by car. Band Parents A meeting of parents of band mem* bers has been called for Monday at 8 p. m. at the Columbia Falls high school study hall. Bandmaster Bill Bruey wants to discuss community fund raising pro jects with the parents. Money will be used for instruments in the ele mentary school band. Story of the field trip will be in next week's Hungry Horse News.