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Around Our County
Special Correspondence
Last Friday evening the Fresh
men gave a very interesting par
ty for the high school and faculty.
Costumes representing a
party" were worn, the prizes go
ing to George Harrison and Eliza
beth Higham. About 40 students,
the teachers and Mr. and Mrs.
Earl Romek, Mrs. J. 0. Higham,
Mrs. Otis Brown attended. An or
chestra composed of Joe Andrew,
Gordon Youst, Earl Romek. and
Polly Taylor furnished music for
dancing. Games were also played
and a delicious lunch of sandwich
es, pie and hot chocolate was ser
ved. Everyone enjoyed the party.
* * * *
Messrs. Lyman Vose and Elton
Owens of Macomb. Ill., are in this
vicinity attending to business in
Mr. Geo. Harkins, a landscape
gardener of Los Angeles, is visit
ing his brother John Harkins at
Chance, and a sister in Red Lodge.
Mr. Loyd Howard and family of
near Bearcreek, have moved to the
Carmont hotel for the winter.
Mrs. B. F. Ingram shopped in
Billings last Saturday.
* * * *
Mrs. Low Miller and son of
Clark, Wyo., shopped in Belfry last
* * * *
Mrs. C. A. Andrew and son Clair
motored to Billings last Saturday.
* » * »
Misses Starr and Durant, and
Messrs. Bunger and Harlow at
tended a principals' and coaches'
meeting in Billings Saturday.
* * * *
Mr. John Abrahamson went to
Roberts Friday night to spend the
week-end at his home there.
Funeral services were held for
Matt Wagner at his home at Clark
last Saturday. Rev. Porter of Bel
fry officiated and interment was
made at Clark. Mr. Wagner was
one of the early settlers of »the
Clark community.
Mr. M. R. Smith made a busi
ness trip to Cody last Friday.
♦ * * *
Mr. F. H. Bunney of Tacoma,
Wash., is visiting at the home of
his son W. H. Bunney.
* * * *
Joe Harkins has recovered from
injuries obtained in a motorcycle
aedident, and is at home again.
Mr. Bronson Tolman made a
business trip to Red Lodge last
* * * *
Mutual Conference was held at
the L. D. S. hall last Monday
night. Mr. Arthur Willing of Min
neapolis, president of the north
central states mission was the
speaker of the evening. His talk
was enjoyed by everyone.
Mr. Earl Williams of Billings,
was a business caller in Belfry last
* ♦ * *
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lester were
guests at the Ed Lester home at
Bluewater last Sunday.
* * * *
Msdames Ethel Wink, Jigger
Moore, Ida Moore and H. Maple
were Billings shoppers last Sat
Mr. and Mrs. S. B, Henry and
on Pryor.
Rev. and Mrs. G. Scott Porter
left Monday for Lewistown, where
they will spend the week attending
church conferences.
* * ♦ ♦
Mr. and Mrs. William Pritchard
returned to Glendive after spend
ing the summer at the William
Dew home.
children spent Sunday
* * * *
Mrs. W. M. Wallace and Mr.
and Mrs. Russell Denney attend
ed the funeral service held for
Matt Wagner kt Clark last Sat
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Porath, Miss
Gladys McKinley and M. L. Long
attended the show in Red Lodge
Sunday evening.
* * * *
Mr. and Mrs. George Dunbar
and son arrived Thursday from
Detroit, Mich., and will visit for
some time at the home of Mrs.
Dunbar's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Lay.
* * * *
Mrs. Francis Russell and baby
left Friday for her home at Tulsa,
* * * *
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Russell and
children, Mrs. George Russel] and
Mrs. W. R. Linley were Red Lodge
visitors Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Olcott and
children. Miss Violet Weisman and
F*rank Bowman of Red Lodge were
6 o'clock dinner guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. J. Waters Sunday,
* * * *
Joe Boggio returned home from
Billings Saturday where he had
spent the past week.
Ralph Lutzenhiser of Fishtail,
visited Sunday afternoon at the
W. R. Linley home.
♦ * * ♦
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Porath,
Mrs. J. C. Pogue, Mrs. J. M. An
derson and son Donald made a trip
to Columbus Monday.
* * ♦ *
L. W. Rankin and Charley Wil
son were Red Lodge visitors Mon
Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Featherstone
of Billings, were Luther visitors
Mr, and Mrs. S. C. Merriman and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Field and sons of Red Lodge, called
at the J. iG. Russell home Sun
Mrs. Russell Metcalf left Tues
day morning for Bozeman where
she was called by the death of her
father, Monroe Yates. Mr. Yates
spent several weeks here last sum
mer visiting his daughter.
* * * *
Mr. and Mrs. Osmond Tjiltveit
and children were Sunday visitors
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. G.
The Beartooth Womans club
met at the home of Mrs. John
Luoma, Oct. 14.
Mrs. George Youst was a charm
ing hostess Saturday evening when
she entertained at seven tables of
bridge. The rooms were very clev
erly decorated with autumn leaves,
flowers and foliage. Honors at
cards were awarded Mrs. Dewey
Hardy, Mrs. Tom Irvine and Mrs.
Harry Walter. After cards the
hostess served dainty refreshments
to Miss Alice Bethke, Mrs. Harry
Walters, Mrs. William McDonald,
Mrs. Dewey Hardy, Mrs. W. É.
Lamport, Miss Janice Fisher, Mrs,
William Nelson, Mrs. J. P. Kane,
Mrs. Tom Irvine, Mrs. George
Reid, Miss Elaine LaBar, Mrs. Roy
Wadsworth, Mrs. T. H. Bennett,
Mrs. Ed Cenis, Mrs. Dave Murray,
Miss Helen Bolitho, Mrs. W. H.
Homer, Mrs. C. L. Baldwin, Mrs.
Jules Besinque, Miss Bernice Ham
ilton, Mrs. Alex Hawthorne, Mrs.
Sam Samarzich, Mrs. William
Beeney, Miss Elizabeth Torger,
MrS. William Noble, Mrs. Jack
Richards, and Mrs. G. W. Cole.
Mrs. Elmer Price entertained
Satui'day evening at a surprise
party in honor of her son Bill's
sixteenth birthday. Games and
contests were the feature of the
evening with prizes awarded Ver
netta' Shepard and Vincent Besin
que. Those attending the party
were Christina Laird, Leona Mo
rean, Helen Noble, Jean Pryde,
Myrtle Wadsworth, Lela McDon
Vera Marinchek, Mildred
Vernetta Shepard,
Everett Hawthorne, Vincent Bes
inque, Walter Nelson, Robert Mur
ray, Prances Johnston, Robert
Ramsey, Billy Dempster, Charles
Maxwell, W. M. Beeney, Clarence
McLuskie, and Ed Homer.
The Freshman class gave a re
turn party for the high school stu
teachers in the high school gym
Friday evening. A program was
put on by the freshmen and very
much enjoyed. The main feature
was a mock wedding. Several vo
cal and instrumental numbers
were rendered. The remainder of
the evening was devoted to danc
ing. Later the hostesses served re
freshments consisting of cake and
ice cream.
Norma Jean, the six weeks old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex
Young, passed away Saturday eve
ning shortly before 8 o'clock. She
had only been ill about 15 minutes.
Acute indigestion was given as
the cause of her death. Funeral
services were held Sunday after
noon at the. family home and in
terment was made in the Bearcreek
♦ ♦ * *
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cenis, Tommy
and Mary Lou Cenis, and Mr. and
Mrs. William Noble motored to
Billings Friday to shop.
* * ♦ *
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lamport
tored to Red Lodge Thursday.
♦ ♦ * *
Mrs. Elmer Price and her
Vern, with Mrs. Mary Russell
tored to Fromberg Monday, where
Mrs. Russell remained to visit her
sister, Mrs. W. E. Ross. Mrs. Rus
sell and Mrs. Price are also sis
| Principal C. L. Baldwin and Roy
Wadsworth, chairman of the school
board, motored to Billings Friday
where they attended a distinct
convention of trustees held in Bill
ings Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. W. E. Lamport motored to
Billings Tuesday to meet Mr.
Lamport who was returning from
a trip to Omaha.
Mrs. H. E. McKinnon, Mrs. By
ron Weldy, Mrs. Alex Hawthorne
and Mrs. William McDonald were
shopping in Red Lodge Tuesday.
Mrs. Alice McKinnon of Red
Lodge was an over night guest
here Friday of her son and daugh
ter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Mc
Peter Johnston of Line Creek
was a visitor in town Friday.
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Olcott of
Los Angeles, were dinner guests
at the Babcock home Friday.
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Helen McNeil attended a part} 7
at Roberts Saturday given by Elsie
* * * ♦
Mrs. Frank Johnston and Joe
Soulsby motored to Billings Sat
urday evening to visit Mrs. Souls
by who is in a hospital there.
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Mr. and Mrs. Pat Ferry of Red
Lodge visited here Sunday with
Mrs. Ferry's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George Tweedie.
» * ♦ *
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Besinque at
tended a card party in Red Lodge
last Wednesday evening.
♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
Mr. and Mrs. Alex McDonald
and Mrs. August Vedell visited rel
atives in Billings Wednesday.
* ♦ * *
Miss Emeliene Verhaeghe of
Billings' spent Sunday here visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Cyriel Verhaeghe.
Frankie Develle and Charles
Maxwell motored to Red Lodge
Friday evening.
* ♦ ♦ *
Carl Hansen, Henry Hansen,
and Louise Wadsworth motored
to Billings, Saturday.
I Mrs. George Youst was a visitor
at the W. E. Lamport home Fri
j day.
Mr. John Bruner and Charles
Maxwell motored out to Chance
on business Saturday.
* ♦ * *
Helen and Bill Marshall
visiting in Red Lodge Monday.
♦ * * »ft
Mrs. Frank Robel and
Tommy and Eugene, and Mrs. Jay
Babcock came up from Billings
* * * *
Joe Yanchisin, Stanley Laukai
tin, Clarence and Harold Wads
worth motored to Billings Friday
on business.
Now You Can Get a Genuine BLOCK Cast
Aluminum Washer for These Low Prices
Reduced from $155.00 to only
with U H.P. Electric Motor
Reduced from $175.00 to only
Briggs A Stratton 4-Cycle Oas
v Engine
Convenient Term« on Either
Model If Desired
Things don't Jnst happen.
There's always a reason. And
there are three SOUND reasons why we have made such
redactions in the prices of the genuine BLOCK Oast AJaminn
FIRST—The manufacturer ha« co-operated by eUmtnatiug ail
unnecessary production expense.
SECOND—We have pooled our haying power with BO# ted»
pendent retail hardware store« in tb« Northwest —4 bug BLOCKS
by the trainload and for cash.
THIRD— We're cut out fancy and-rnwarr
T he R ESULT is a saving to YOU « t to 4&M.
te and JUDGE the BLOCK tor yourself.
Jeffery Hardware Company
from Camp Sawtooth Tuesday,
where he had been employed.
» * • *
John Linderman arrived home
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bunnell and
daughter, Mablc, motored to Bill
ings Saturday.
A farewell party for Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Haddox of Joliet, was
held in the south room of the
Rockvale store Thursday evening
of last week. Mrs. Haddox has
been the local telephone operator
for the past ten years, and the
entire community feels greatly in
debted to her for her services. In
hope that the change in climate
will prove beneficial to Mrs. Had
dox's health they will go to San
ta Barbara, Calif. After a pleas
ant evening of cards, Mr. and
Mrs. Haddox wore presented with a
lovely linen luncheon set, from
"The Rockvale Gang." High hon
ors at cards went to Mrs. C. C.
Nelson and W. A. Sutton, consola
tions to Mrs. P. A. McClintock and
Joe Arp. Those present to enjoy
the evening were Mr. and Mrs.
Mike Carlson, Mr, and Mrs. C. C.
Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Knox Gib
son, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Clawson,
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Walker and
Billie, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Mc
Clintock, Sidney and Dick, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Haddox, Mr. and Mrs.
A. W. Orr, Charles. Alden, and
Lorena; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Graham and Elsie, Agnes and Jack
Clawson, Florence Butler, Joe Arp,
Charley Oliver, W. A. Sutton,
Lloyd Carmary, Alfred Spaeth, and
Guy Webber.
Mrs. J. R. Clawson, Mrs. Frank
McClintock and Miss Agnes Claw
son attended a miscellaneous
shower Saturday afternoon at the
Dick Grewell home, in honor of
Mrs. Knox Gibson, a recent bride.
Many lovely and useful gifts were
presented to Mrs. Gibson from her
many friends.
Mrs. Clara Johnson held the
first fall session of the Commun
ity club Thursday at her home. The
afternoon was pleasantly spent at
bridge, after which the hostess
served a every tempting lunch. The
next regular meeting will be held
at the A. W. On* ranch, Oct. 22.
Joe Baker and Charles Chilcott
made a business trip to Laurel Fri
day morning.
Mrs. Frank Garth visited at the
Charles Chilcott home Monday.
Upon returning from the air
plane circus at the Laurel airport
Sunday Mrs. A. W. Orr was de
lightfully surprised to find that
members of the William Johnson
family and Cliff Blaylock and Al
den Orr had left a lovely plant
her dining room table. The plant
is known in this country as a Rus
sian Thistle and was a very large
and beautifully molded specimen.
Henry W. Stoddard spent last
week-end with his family in Si
Mrs. Stoddard is employed
on the road near Fox.
Several local people attended
the dance at Fromberg Saturday
evening. Jack Leeman's band of
Red Lodge, furnished the music.
Among the throng at the air
plane circus at Laurel Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Reams, Mrs. H.
W. Stoddard and two sons, Lloyd
Carmony, Edna and Pauline John
son, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Orr,
Charles and Lorena Orr, Agnes
Clawson, Cliff Blaylock, Alden
Orr, John Baker, Homer Baker
and Roy Dix.
♦ ♦ * ♦
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Neeley and
sons Donald and Eugene spent
Sunday at the R. H. Hughes ranch.
♦ ♦ • *
Miss Agnes Clawson was very
unfortunate in cutting her finger
severely last week while
chicken. She had her hand sewed
up Thursday in Laurel by Doctor
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley of Joliet,
were tendered a reception at the
Rockvale store Tuesday evening
by their niece, Florence Butler.
The day marked the golden wed
ding anniversary of the Stanleys.
About 65 friends and relatives
■were there to offer their
Mr. and Mrs. Frank McClintock
returned Wednesday from a brief
visit at the Arch Clawson home
near Lodge Grass.
♦ * * *
Miss Agnes Clawson spent part
of last week at the A. W. Orr
home as the house-guest of Lor
ena Orr.
A large procession of relatives
and friends gathered at the Epis
copal church here last Thursday
afternoon at 2 o'clock to pay their
last tribute to the late Frank M.
Schwend, who passed away at the
home of his son Virgil on Mon
day evening at 7:35 o'clock. Mrs.
Emery Gariepy and Mrs. William
Currie accompanied by Mrs. Se
verin Homik sang "Going Down
the River One By One" and "No
Night There,
delivered the address.
Mr. Schwend ws a pioneer of
the Clark Fork Valley. He made
many friends who mourn his loss.
He leaves behind his son Vir
gil, three daughters, Mrs. Ruth
Mitchell of Anaconda, Mrs. Edith
Mooney of Bowler, Mrs. Jennie
Wilson of Bridger, three brothers,
Anthony, Edward and Claude of
Bridger, two sisters, Mrs. E: H.
Beal and Mrs. C. L. Beal of Ana
conda, and five grandchildren.
* ♦ ♦ *
Mrs. E. H. Beal, Mrs. Paul Beal,
Mrs. Jack Mitchell and Ernest
Carlson of Anaconda,
home Friday, coming here for the
funeral of Frank M. Schwend.
* * * ♦
Mrs. Levander entertained the
Ladies Aid Friday afternoon, Oct
ober 9.
The Rev. Durant
genuine satisfaction
than any car
I ever owned
PJ^HE FORD îs good-looking. It
is safe. Comfortable. Speedy.
Reliable. Long-lived. Eco
nomical. Everything a good car
should be.
saying this, I am thinking m
terms of comfort, safety, driving:,
pleasure, ease of control and
economy. My next car will also be a
Ford because it will give me what I want
at a price I can afford tc pay.
When you get behind the wheel of
the Ford and drive it yourself you will
know it is a truly remarkable car at a
low price. You will like it when you
first buy it. You will become more and
more enthusiastic the longer you drive it.
After thousands of miles of driving
you will say "it's a great car.
omy will save you many dollars»
There is, too, an
added something
about i! that brings enthusiastic
ments from every one who has
driven a Ford ... the joy it puts in
"I have been a car owner continuously
for nearly 20 years," writes a motorist
connected with a leading university.
"During this period I have bought
eleven new automobiles. Eight of the
eleven were in the middle-price field,
one cost three thousand dollars, and the
last is a Ford I purchased thirteen
months ago,
"In the light of this experience I
say in all sincerity that I have derived
more genuine satisfaction from the
Ford than any car I ever owned. In
Its econ
$ 430
(F. O. B. Detroit , plus freight and delivery . Bumpers and
spare tire extra at low cost. Easy time paymenl* through*
the Authorised Ford Finance Plans of the Universal Credit:
| Marshal Riley
Trumbs entertained the members
of the Y. P. B. at the M F church
Tuesday, Oct. 13. ' '
* * ♦ *
Mrs. Paul Beal of Anaconda,
Miss Capitola Jones of Bowler,
Ivan and Guy Schwend motored to
Billings Wednesday on business.
* • ♦ *
Mrs. Cal Smith left for Moberly,
Mo., on Thursday morning where
she has gone to spend the winter
with her sister,
family are living in her house,
moving their furniture here last
and Charles
The Burleson
♦ *
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Spencer ac
companied by Mrs. Pelletier of
Billings, were looking after busi
ness interests in Bridger, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Schwend
tertained at dinner Sunday. The
guests were: Mr. and Mrs. L. R.
Schwend and family, Mr. and Mrs.
A. M. Burch and family, Mr, and
Mrs. V. G. Schwend and family
and Miss Olga Geist.

Miss Peggy Baker spent the
week-end at her home here. Miss
Baker is attending school in Bill
Mrs. William Graham was vis
iting at the home of her parents
Mr. and Mrs. George Simon, Mon

Mrs. Alice Hall of Red Lodge,
has been visiting friends here this
last week.
The remains of Claude Cheno
weth were shipped Monday
ning to his father in Indiana. Mr.
Chenoweth had been ill for
time but his death
shock to his many friends who
mourn his loss.
came as a
Miss Josephine Erickson return
ed home from the Deaconess hos
pital in Billings last week and is
reported as getting along as well
as can be expected.
♦ * * *
Mrs. Hattie Schultz left Sunday
to visit her daughter, Mrs. Edith
Mooney of Bowler, for a few days
before returning to her home in
This is the time for coal buying, to insure pleasure
in the time of coal using. We are prepared to sup
ply you with just the kind you want at the lowest
price. Phone us about your winter supply.
MINE RUN, (delivered) per ton ...
EGG, (delivered) per ton.
COMMERCIAL, (delivered) per ton
COMMERCIAL, (on car) per ton ...
$ 4.40
Frank Pella Phone 101-R
The Lutheran Ladies Aid met at
the home of Mrs. William Thor
mahlen Thursday afternoon, Octo
ber 8.
Mr. and Mrs. William Gebo
moving into the house recently va
cated by Mr. and Mrs. Claude
Mrs. William Miller returned
home on Wednesday after visiting
for the past six weeks at the homo
of her son at Ogden, Utah.
The George Mahr chapter of
War Mothers met at the home of
Mrs. George Simon last Thursday
afternoon. After a short business
meeting, lunch was served by the
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The Folks Back
Pay them a visit—by tele
phone. They'll be glad to
hear your voice. It costs
little. For example, station
to station night rates:
From Red Lodge to
Spokane, $1.10
St. Paul, $1.65
SIGHT HATES—8:30 p. n to 4:30 a n.
Calls by number are quicker.
"Just Call Long Distance
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