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For Next Tuesday Dorcas Society of Seventh Day Ad ventist church will sponsor a food and fancywork sale for next Tues day. Sale will be held at Columbia Falls Hardware, beginning at 10 Foods will include items for Thanksgiving dinner menus. Proceeds of the sale will be given to Mt. Ellis Academy. Dormitory at the school burned in January. a. m. ST. MATTHEWS GUILD BAZAAR SATURDAY, NOV. 26 at COL. FALLS HDWE. Home Made Gift Items — Home Made Candies Do Your Christmas Shopping Easily ■4 \ II AVEN IN THE NIGHT The sorrow of illness, the grief of death, the joy of a newborn child are poignant realities that all experience at one time or another. These experiences are encountered every day by your doctor, who, when needed, is like a haven in the night. He has learned to I 3 5 console, to encourage, to sympathize, to rejoice. Your grief is his sorrow, your happiness his job well done. 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Bringing Natural Gas Bayend tha Mains to Essex, Wast Glacier, Apgar, Laka Fiva, Coram, Martin City, Hungry Horse, Columbia Falls, Whitefish, Kalispell, Libby, Eureka, Bigfork, Poison, Renan, St. Ignatius, Hot Springs, Plains and Thompson Falls. FREE ESTIMATES COLUMBIA FALLS Here and There Rev. and Mrs. M. 0. Smith left, Monday, for Missoula. Mrs. Smith is remaining there for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Lee and child ren and Ruth Lee have gone to Clarks Fork, Idaho, for several days. Visiting relatives here is Clair Johnston, Anchorage, Alaska. His daughter, Mrs. Art Lynstad, and his mother, Mrs. Floy Johnston, both reside in Columbia Falls, and he is visiting other relatives in the Flat head also. Falls Churches Plan Thanksgiving Services Receive Members At Lutheran WMF New members were received at the Women's Missionary Federation meeting, Nov. 9, at Our Savior's Lutheran church. They were Mrs. Ed Woster, Mrs. Magnus Pederson, and Mrs. Charles Taylor, who was unable to attend. Talent project netted more than $100 for the WMF. Ladies were each given $1 at the beginning of the year, which they used to finance a talent project. "Charity" was afternoon's pro gram led by Mrs. Norman Borgen. During the meeting Mrs. Howard Greene held a nursery at her home for children of members. Plans were discussed for the an nual Christmas party. It is set for Dec. 14, 8 p. m., at the church. In vited to attend are WMF members their families, as well as general congregation. Hostesses for that evening are Mrs. Howard Greene, Mrs. Magnus Pederson, Mrs. Homer Wulff, Mrs. Andrew Gunderson, Mrs. Henry Byrne, Mrs. Fred Schroth, Mrs. C. M. Rasmussen. Decoration and program is to be planned by Mrs. Ed Woster, Mrs. A1 Rierson, and Mrs. Norman Borgen. Mrs. Alfred Hoye, president, con ducted last week's meeting. Hostess es for the day were Mrs. Emil Ott and Mrs. Paul Patchin. Circle meetings for November were set up a week. This resulted in Naomi and Esther circles meet ing this week. Ruth circle is to meet next Monday, 8 p. m., at the home of Mrs. M. E. Sullivan, with Mrs. Em ma Crosswhite, hostess. "Missing Christ This Christmas" is program topic. Annual Bazaar Set for Saturday Scheduled for Saturday is annual bazaar sponsored by St. Richards's Altar Society. It will begin at 10 a. m., with a bake sale held in con junction with the bazaar. Committee members for the day include Mrs. John Frerich, Mrs. John Schroeder, Mrs. Oren McCartney, Mrs. L, A. Schoenberg, Mrs. E. J. Marantette, and Mrs. George Bousl iman. Public card party is to be given by the Altar Society next Tuesday. Play ing of bridge, canasta, and pin ochle, starts at 8 p. m. at the parish hall. Co-chairmen are Mrs. M. C. Estensen and Mrs. Ted Brunelle. Committee members are Mrs. George DeFlyer, Mrs. Bert Brinker hoff, Mrs. Ed Beauchamp, Mrs. George Bousliman, Mrs. Kenneth Frazier, James Connole, Mrs. Vic Flatt, Mrs. James Binns, Mrs. Amos Heilman, and Mrs. Eldon Hans. Falls Club Calender Rainbow Assembly meets, Thurs day, 7:30 p. m., at Masonic temple. Christian church board meets, Friday, 8 p. m., at the church. Bus iness includes securing Pastor Tom Shelton on a fulltime basis. Rebekah lodge will meet, Friday, 1 p. m., at the Masonic temple. An nual Thanksgiving dinner will be served at that time, with business meeting to follow. Annual harvest supper of Bad Rock Farmers Union will be Friday, 6:30 p. m., at their hall. The public is invited. Hubert Heilman will give a report. Program is under the dir ection of Mrs. James Eckelberry. Ruth Circle, WMF, Monday, 8 p. m., at the home of Mrs. M. E. Sulli van, Mrs. Emma Crosswhite, hos tess. Columbia Annas Home Demon stration club meets next Tuesday, 1:30 dessert, at the home of Mrs. Roy Anders. "Christmas Ideas" will provide theme for afternoon's meet ing. Rocky Mountain Riders Saddle club will have a workday, Sunday. Meet ing is set for Tuesday evening at their clubhouse. Set for Nov. 26 is Circuit Luther League rally at St. Paul's church. Missoula. Hopes are for several from this area to attend. TOPS meets next Monday, 7:30 p. m., at city hall. Methodist Bazaar Set for Dec. 3 Annual bazaar, bake sale, and lunch sponsored by the Methodist WSCS is planned for Dec. 3. It will begin at 10 a. m. at Davall Mer cantile Co. Held in conjunction will be a fish pond. Proceeds from this will be used to purchase a portable gas stove. Sunrise circle members have this as their project. Committees have been announced by Mrs. John Roedel, general WSCS president. They are lunch, Mrs. Hill iard Ritter, Mrs. Clara Green, Mrs. Leonard Whitney, and Mrs. Ray Bell. In charge of the bazaar are to be Mrs. Boyd Walker, Mrs. Teddy An drew, Mrs. Bob Brackett, and Mrs. John Roedel. Bake sale is to be un der the direction of Mrs. Charles Mills, Mrs. Ted Rogers, Mrs. Bob Vucasovich, and Mrs. Gordon Trim mer. Advertising committee mem bers are Mrs. Kenneth Knapton, Mrs. George Westre, and Mrs. John Beck with. Next General WSCS meeting is to be Dec. 7 at the parish house. At that time, Mrs. Aileen Olsen, White fish, district president is to speak. Meeting will commemmorate fif teenth anniversâry of the Women's Society of Christian Service. Mrs. George Westre will have charge of the evening's program. Refresh ment committee members are Mrs. Leroy Peterson, Mrs. Teddy Andrew, and Mrs. Amy Maher. at CWF Entertains Visiting Members Guests from Kalispell and White fish attended the Christian Women's Fellowship meeting, Nôv. 8. It was held at the Columbia Falls church Slides of Yakima Indians were shown and explained by Mrs. Dean Wolfe, Conrad. Mrs. George Hanson conducted the meeting. An oppor tunity table was held. Hostesses for the day were Mrs. Klaas DeWit, Mrs. James Clark, Mrs. Vern Johnson, Mrs. Ward Du vall and Mrs. Golda Hale. Next Fellowship meeting is set for Dec. 13, with hostesses to be an nounced. Nov. 27 Chosen For Baptism Day Our Savior's Lutheran church has set aside Nov. 27 for any child who wishes baptism, it was announced after plans were fnade at a Sunday school teachers meeting last Thurs day. Anyone interested, who has not been contacted, may obtain informat ion from Pastor C. M. Rasmussen. The Sunday school teachers met at the parsonage. Pastor Rasmussen led the Bible study. Practice for the Christmas pro gram has started. It will be pre sented, Dec. 21, at 8 p. m. in the school multipurpose room. "A Pro mise Fulfilled" is the title of the program, which is to be presented under the direction of Mrs. Norman Borgen, with songs directed by Don Hayes. The kindergarten will present their own program the same eve ning. Lunch was served by Mrs. How ard Piper and Mrs. Merle Green land, second grade teachers. Episcopal Bazaar Set for Nov. 26 Handmade gifts and homemade candy will be featured at St. Matt hew's Guild's bazaar, Nov. 26. Sale is to begin at 9 a. m. at Columbia Falls Hardware. It's first bazaar to be sponsored by the Guild. The Guild met, Tuesday evening, at the home of Mrs. Carl Lundborg. Meeting was to have been held at the home of Mrs. Fran Warnock, Hungry Horse, but was changed be cause of weather. Mrs. W. A. Bose, president, con ducted the business meeting. Spec ial guests of the evening were The Rev. and Mrs. Douglas Beauchamp. Father Beauchamp is new vicar of Columbia Falls and Whitefish churches. Sunrise Circle Plans For December Fishpond Plans for the fishpond to be spon sored, Dec. 3, were discussed when Sunrise circle met, Nov. 8. The fish pond proceeds will purchase a port able gas stove for the Methodist WSCS. Last week's meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Ray Bell. Mrs. John Beckwith, president, conducted the meeting. She also led the pro gram from "Hope Rises From the Land." Next meeting is set for Dec. 13 at the home of Mrs. Beckwith. Mrs. Bob Brackett is to be hostess. A book report of "The Greatest Story Ever Told", Fulton Oursler, will be given by Mrs. Bell announced by several Columbia Falls ministers. Our Savior's Lutheran church ser vice is slated for 9:30 a. m., Thanks giving day. Special offering for Lutheran World Action is to be giv en. This month, warm, used clothing is being collected for Lutheran World Relief organization. Clothing may be left at the church or parsonage. ST. RICHARD'S Each morning. Mass is celebrated at St. Richard's Catholic church at o'clock. This will continue next week, unless announced otherwise by Father William Molloy. COMBINED SERVICE A combined Thanksgiving day ser vice is being sponsored by Metho dist and Christian churches. The 10:30 service will be at the Metho dist church. An anthem will be sung by combined choirs of both churches. Sermon will be given by Rev. M. O. Smith, with Pastor Tom Shelton leading Scripture and prayer. OUR REDEEMER LUTHERAN A special Thanksgiving service has been scheduled by Our Redeem er Lutheran chapel, Columbia Falls for Thanksgiving day at 9 a. m. Pastor Walter R. Holzheimer plans to use a sermon theme of "Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow," based upon II Cor. 9:15. The chapel is located at 634 Sev enth Ave. West in the Barney addit ion. Members of the local congregation are invited to attend a Sunday 4:30 p. m. circuit meeting at Trinity Lutheran, Kalispell. The Rev. O. Wagner, Bozeman, circuit visitor, will preside at meetings. Attending will be members from Libby, Eu reka, St. Ignatius, Kalispell and Col umbia Falls. Reports on the work of the Lutheran church-Missouri Synod will be heard from both dis trict and world-wide level. LDS No special Thanksgiving services are planned for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. A branch reunion is being held Nov. 18, consisting of a dinner, program, and recreation. Regular weekly ser vices are: Sunday at 9:00 a. m., Priesthood meeting: 10:30 Sunday School; 7:30 p. m., Sacrament meet ing; Tuesday, 8:00 p. m., MIA; Wednesday, 4:15 p. m., Primary; and Thursday at 2 p. m., Relief Society. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday, annual Thanksgiving mis sion offering will be taken at Col umbia Falls Christian church. Mon ey is given to (1) state missions; (2) social education; (3) church colleges and (4) religious education. ASSEMBLY OF GOD Rev. Leo Hinton will speak at the Assembly of God church, Bigfork, 7:30 p. m., Thanksgiving day. Mem bers from Columbia Falls and Hun gry Horse are invited to join in that service. BAPTIST Thanksgiving services are sched uled for Wednesday evening at the First Baptist church. Service begins at 7:30 p. m., according to Pastor Ralph Werner. Their annual din ner is Nov. 18 at LaSalle Grange hall. EPISCOPAL Services at St. Matthew's Episcopal church are held each Sunday, 9 a. m., here. New vicar is Father Doug las Beauchamp. PENTACOSTAL A Thanksgiving dinner for mem bers and friends of Pentecostal Church of God will be held Thanks giving day, in Columbia Falls. Ser ving of the no-hostess dinner will begin at 5 p. m. Young people's ser vice will be at 7:30 p. m., with Dar NOW YOU CAN GET S&H Green Stamps WITH YOUR FUEL OIL ORDER IT TODAY! PHONE 44-L I 66 SMITH BROS. Columbia FaHa YOU CAN KEEP WARM - IF YOU LET US OUTFIT YOU IN Woolen Shirts - Pants - Jackets . Socks and insulated Boots Shop our Grocery Department for the Best in Foods Specials for This Weekend! Dinner Time Mince Pie. • Frisbies Boysenberry Syrup • Aunt Jemima Pancake Four • Kitchen Queen Flour • Gaines Dog Food. 59c 59c 49c 50 lbs.3.49 .2 cans 25c PARK MERCANTILE CO. Columbia Falls Phone 54-L We deliver each day at 4 p. m. Falls Women's Club Elects Officers of Officers of Columbia Falls Wom en's club were elected, Tuesday. First officers or the new organ ization are Mrs. James L. Hooper, president; Mrs. Mel Ruder, vice president; Mrs. J. M. O'Connor, re cording secretary; Mrs. A. Warren Hook, corresponding secretary; Mrs. John Kurta, treasurer; Mrs. James Cumming, parliamentarian; and Mrs. Carl J. Lundborg, historian. COMMMITTEES Committees for the year have been appointed by Mrs. Hooper. They include, program, Mrs. Klaas De Wit, Mrs. K. J. Frazier, Mrs. F. M. Connors; nominating, Mrs. Don Pi per, Mrs. Bernard O'Neill, Mrs. J. W. Slobojan; social, Mrs. H. W. Kanzler, Mrs. Ronald Hamar, Mrs. J. H. Choate, Mrs. Jack R. Davis; publicity, Mrs. Charles E. Taylor, Mrs. W. H. Liddicoat, Mrs. H. V. Anderson; ways and means, Mrs. J. F. Smith, Mrs. Martin Olsen, Mrs. W. A. Bose, Mrs. Ray Bell; member ship, Mrs. Mel Ruder, Mrs. Charles Hetzer, Mrs. Kent Newman; serv ice, Mrs. William Bruey, Mrs. Del Alvord, Mrs. Robert Sneddon. Charter memberships are open un til Jan. 1 with fee of $3 yearly. Af ter that date, members pay $5 for the first year and $3 thereafter. In vitation is extended to Columbia Falls ladies, as well as those inter ested in the Columbia Falls to West Glacier area, to become members. Officers may be contacted for fur ther information. December project of the club will be to supply a Christmas dinner for a needy family. Project slated for next spring is selecting sites for tree planting throughout Columbia Falls. Boy scouts will do planting. Large project of the year is sup porting the Columbia Falls library. Next meeting is set for Dec. 6, 1:30 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Jam es F. Smith. Co-hostesses are to be Mrs. Slobojan and Mrs. Taylor. Tuesday's meeting was held at the home of Mrs. H. G. Satterthwaite. Eastern Stars Discuss Party Christmas party for Eastern Star chapter was discussed when they met, Nov. 9. Date was set for Dec. 14. At that time, members will bring items of food, and or toys, for a needy family. Also to be sent are gifts to the Masonic Home, Helena, and Christmas trees. Evening's pro gram will be arranged by Mrs. Leo nard Whitney, Mrs. Dulane Fulton, and Mrs. Jake Choate, committee members. Mrs. Jack Merz, worthy matron, and Gordon Trimmer, worthy pat ron, presided at Wednesday's meet Business included appointment of an Americanism committee. M bers are Mrs. Klaas DeWit, Mrs. Duane Lind, and Mrs. W. A. Bose. H. J. Mustell reported on behalf of the Masonic Home committee. Serving of the past masters ban quet was also discussed. Mrs. Walt Nelson is chairman of the ways and ing. em rel Klein in charge. Wednesday, 2 p. m., ladies of the church hold a prayer meeting. ADVENTIST No special Thanksgiving day ser vices are planned for Seventh Day Adventist church members. Church is held each Saturday at 9:30 a. m. with Pastor Eldon Baker. Sabbath school is at 10:30 a. m. Services WSCS Circle 2 Meets At Giles Home Circle 2 of the Methodist WSCS met Monday at the home of Mrs. Murry Giles with Mrs. Kenneth Knapton, co-hostess. Business included planning for the Dec. 3 bazaar. Fancywork is to be turned in by Nov. 28 to Mrs. John Roedel. Mrs. Roedel also named committee members, and announced the Dec. 7 general meeting. Next Circle 2 meeting is set for Dec. 12 at the parish house. Mrs. Bud Schrock. and Mrs. Gordon Sau rey are to be hostesses. Members are to each bring SO cents instead of the traditional gift exchange. Candy sales by choir members was means committee. After the meeting refreshments were served by Mrs. Elsie Potter, Mrs. Dorothy Lindburg, Mrs. Blan che Cronk, and Mrs. Lillian Giroux. i * . » DON'T WAIT . . . SHOP NOW FOR . *. 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MISSOULA, MONTANA BPW Ladies Start Library Project Refinishing of tables for Columbia Falls library has begun by members of Columbia Falls Business and Pro* fessional Women's Club. They work ed Monday and Wednesday eve nings this week. Monday dinner meeting was held at Columbia Lunch. Mrs. Ben Hynd man presided at the business sess ion. Sale of tickets for the Christinas basket will begin after ThanI ing. Committee members are_ Bob Smith. Mrs. Joe Opalka, Mrs. Chuck Hetzer, and Mrs. Duane Lind. Next meeting is set for Nov. 28. Ladies are to paint tables after their dinner meeting. Iv announced at Monday's meeting. Proceeds from the candy ($1 per one pound sealed can) will be used for choir robes.