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11 Dr. West was a caller in Rea Lodge Tuesday. O. F. Wilson of Boyd was in Red Lodge last Saturday. James Croft of Clear creek was in Red Lodge this week. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Columbus drove to iBillings yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Tuck were in from Clear creek this week. Mr. and Mrs. James Brophy drove to Billings this morning. Roy Hicox is spending a few days in Red Lodge on business. A. G. Miller of Belfry was a busi ness visitor in the City last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Obert from Roberts last Friday. Hoyt Reynolds of Luther was a business visitor in Red Lodge last week. were up Mrs. T. J. Kearns is entertain ing tonight with two tables of bridge. Mr. and Mrs. John Obert of Rob erts were callers in the city last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lahti of Red Lodge visited friends in Roberts Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tunnicliff of Elbow Creek were in Red Lodge Tuesday. Mrs. J. W. Carter of Belfry was a visitor in Red Lodge Tuesday -evening. -o Miss Leone Bergan of Roberts spent the week-end with friends in Red Lodge. H. A. Emmett, business man of Fromberg, was a Red Lodge visi tor Saturday. -o Adolph Loyning is receiving medical treatment this week at the Adams hospital. The best ready-to-wear glasses sold by K. N. Koski, 123 S. Broad way. 43-tf Mrs. Rose Wieklerak and her son Louis were visitors in Red Lodge Saturday. - 0 - Mr. and Mrs. Cadwallader of Bel fry, have moved to Red Lodge to establish their residence. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bersano and Mr. and Mrs. D. Favero and daughter Gloria of Bearcreek were visiting at the John Ardissona home in town last night. -- IRIS Sun.-Mon.-Tues. Nov. 22-23-24 •? ■ • ' ft 8 THE SENSATION . .. m m PICTURE OF THE ■i iss m HOUR!! 4 f > i MAE CLARK £ & DOUGLAS KENT IN r 7 » !'7 »li -, ifir 5 I « » I 7 # % 1 v ; mtU w *8 9 He % h/ n VC mi \ ro MISS MONICA PLUNKETT OF A;' RED LODGE TAKES A PART IN THIS PICTURE a? M M ■ säv A UNIVERSAL • NOTE:—The Iris Theatre uses Union Mined Coal only! Joe O'bert of Red Lodge is the grandfather of the new hoy, who is the fifteenth grandson. The Calvary Episcopal guild met yesterday at the guild hall, with Mrs. C. R. Schmidt as hostess. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Olels were visitors in Red Lodge from the Cherry Springs district last Fri day. FOR SALE—New Royal Port able Typewriter at reduction. Call 31-tf 264-W. Mr. and Mrs. D. Zannon were visiting friends last night in town, from their ranch on the bench west of town. ■O Mrs. A. Cooley won honors at bridge following a dinner party given by Mrs. C. C. Rowan last Friday evening. Miss Erceldean Heikkila and Miss Leone Bergan were visitors in Red Lodge from Roberts Wed nesday evening. Mrs. C. C. Rowan was hostess at a bridge luncheon last Friday. Two tables were in play, with Mrs. A. Hartwig receiving honors. Mrs. Floyd Gebo entertained members of the Entre Nous club at her home last evening. Mrs. W. W. Flashman had the high score. NOTICE—Members of Odd Eel-, lows, Pythians and associated lodges are invited to attend a dance at Odd Fellow-Pythian Hall, Nov. 21. Free lunch. 33-lt Mrs. George Lawrence, of the Morrison -Knudsen camp was brought to Red Lodge on account of a sudden illness this week and underwent a surgical operation last night. She is doing well. FViends of Les Miller gathered at nis home last Saturday evening to help him celebrate his birthday anniversary. Mrs. Miller was host ess to ten for a party that was staged as a surprise for the honor guest. Small Barber shop for sale, town. Good business. Best sea son during winter months. Write Jack Richards, Bearcreek, Mont. 32tf George Throo.p, A. D. Whitcomb, Lester Crook, and Archie Shower man returned this week from a 5 day deer hunting expedition in the Pieketpin creek vicinity. All mem bers of the party reported kills with the exception of Mr. Throop, whom it was said, was unfortu nately attacked by buck fever upon catching his only glimpse of a deer. BEÂRCRMK HÎGH I STARTS SEASON 1 Veteran Players Will Take The Floor Against Roberts Nov. 21 The Bearcreek high school bas ketball team will play its first game of the season on the home floor next Saturday, November 21. The Bearcats will tangle with the Roberts high team. A veteran quintet will go into action for Bearcreek, as seven members of last year's squad are on the team again this year. Coach T. L. Anderson lost only one man, Forney, from the line-up that won second place in the Yellowstone district. Lettermen of last year who are playing this season are: Stanley Laukaites, Walt Nelson, John Bar ovich, George Savich,' Art Brown, Frank Plainichek, and Frank Tas toversnik. There are several prom ising recruits who may push these boys out of their regular positions on the team. The schedule as now arranged for the Bearcreek outfit is; Nov. 21—Roberts at Bearcreek. Nov. 27—Laurel at Laurel. Nov. 28—Park City at Park City. Dec. 4—Belfry at Bearcreek. Dec. 11—(Belfry at Belfry. Dec. 12—Laurel at Bearcreek. Dec. 15— F romberg at Bearcreek. Dec. 18—Roberts at Roberts. Dec. 23—Carbon at Bearcreek. Jan. 6—Joliet at Bearcreek, Jan. 8—Belfry at Belfry. Jan. 12—Carbon at Red Lodge. Jan. 13— Bridger at Bridger. Jan. 15—Park City at Bearcreek. Jan. 23— Bridger at Bearcreek. Jan. 29—ifielfry at Bearcreek. EEETZ OF LEWISTOWN GIVEN TWENTY YEARS 17.—(AP) — Lewistown, Nov. Jesse A. Reetz, who said he fired at his wife but killed his Ibrother in-law, was sentenced Tuesday to 20 years in the state penitentiary. With the jurors present and the distinct court room crowded by spectators, Reetz appeared for his trial on a first degree murder charge. Suddenly his attorney an nounced that the defendant desired to withdraw his former plea of not guilty and plead guilty. Judge J. C. Huntoon, after for malities had been completed, sen tenced Reetz, who, for good be havior, may become eligible for parole in 11 years and three months. ANTELOPE NUMEROUS IN CUSTER COUNTY Miles City, Mont., Nov. 13.— (AP)—Antelope have increased to such numbers in Custer county that consideration is being given to the possibility for an open season. Antelope have been protected by the state game laws for many years but are mow found in con siderable numbers in several parts plain that they have become so tame that they cause considerble loss by feeding on haystacks. Funeral services for Mrs. Sarah Parker were held today at 1:30 o'clock from the Methodist Episco pal church. Rev. H. W. Woods and R. G. Martin conducted the cere mony. Interment was made in the Robinson cemetery. A group of about ten young folks drove to Roberts and pleasantly surprised Mr. and Mrs. Rex Zach ary in their new home Saturday evening. The surprise was in the form of a "house warming," and dancing and games formed the di version of the evening. A delicious lunch was served at a late hour. - 0 - The Mrs. Hugh McLuskie, Clyde Bohanan, Pete Ugaste, Dominick Favero, William DeBourg, and the Misses Agnes Ardissona, Madeline Scon'fienza, Marie Favero and Edi Massa were joint hostesses at a miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs. Rex Zachary of Roberts, at the library club rooms last night. There were nine tables of auction bridge in play, with honors for the evening being accorded to Miss Pauline Salona, high, Mary Dr ier, second, and Ellen Korpela, low. At midnight a lunch by the host esses was served to about 40 guests. The bride received many lovely and useful gifts., CARD OF THANKS. I wish to express my sincere thanks to all those who contribu ted to the gift for me, and espe cially I wish to thank Mrs. August Kallio, Mrs. Lydia Herronen, and Mrs. John Riipiner for the gift and for their kind interest in my wel fare. KAUNO MATTILA. REAL ESTATE OIL AND GAS ROYALTIES AND LEASES D. M. MARINO Red Lodge, Montana DOES WAR JUSTIFY ALL SIN?" ANSWERED IN LATEST WAR SHOW u "The war in England did nor cover so great a multitude of sins that Myra should have lived." The ungarnished announcement came from the distinguished Brit ish character actress, Ethel Grif fies, as she played pedagogue to the brilliant group engaged in filming Universal's arresting dra ma of War-time London. "Water loo Bridge." By way of explanation Myra was a girl—one whom the rotten times of 1918 had plunged down ward from chorus girl to cheap artist's model—to street walker. A boyish, young Canadian soldier —clean, upright straight—falls idealistically in love with Myra in the pages olf the Robert E. Sher wood narrative, and strangely, she falls in love with him. The boy's love is that sort that evinces it self in terms of flowers, front gates, babies, fireplaces and ten derness—a far cry from her exis tence. There was much discussion and chapters of argument among the famous cast members and their celebrated director, James Whale, as to whether Myra was not the least bit too unnecessarily tragic when, after promising to marry the boy—virtually to get him off the street during an air raid—she felt that only death could cleanse her sufficiently even to think ten derly of him. Mr. Whale listened tolerantly to the tirades of his charges, some emphatically in accord with Myra's suicide, as it appears in the pic ture, and others loud in voicing that war—and her spiritual atone ment all wiped out her sins, and that she was worthy of the boy. Then the director proceeded to make the picture as it is. MUSIC DEPARTMENT OF CLUB DISCUSSES ARTISTRY OF FRIML The Music department of the Woman's club of Red Lodge met Tuesday evening, 'October 17 at the home of Mrs. S. M. Souders for a study of the composer and pianist Rudolph Friml. Mrs. Christiani as chairman of the Fine Arts committee of the general club reported a tentative program for the spring festival, af ter which Mrs. Souders assumed the leadership of the program which she had prepared. She open ed with a discussion of the life of Friml, and the music he has writ ten. Friml is American by adoption and during this present year fre quently broadcasts his compositions personally over national radio hookups. Mrs. DeVoice sang "Indian Love Call" from the opera Rose Ma rie, with Mrs. McConville at the piano. Mrs. McConville and Mrs. DeVoice sang "The Bubble" from the opera Hi Jinks, arranged duet, to which Mrs. Hatch played the accompaniment. Mrs. Marguer ite McConville i ; I ette'l as a solo, accompanied by Miss Marie Overgaag. Mrs. Hatch sang "Only a Rose" from the opera Vagabond King, for which Miss Mary Larkin play ed. The following enjoyable piano numbers were played, all composi tions by Friml: Fairy Ballet, by Miss Marie Overgaag; Gavotte in C Major, by Mrs. L. H. Maryott; Adieu, and Russian Romance,' both by Mrs. A. F. Christiani; and Valse Lente, by Miss Sybil Christiani. After the music program the la dies enjoyed a social chat and the dainty refreshments served by Mrs. F. H. Alden and Mrs. H. B. Field. EXPERIMENTS MADE WITH FUR BEARERS Saratoga Springs, N. Y., Nov. 13. —(UP)—What is said to be the only experimental station for fur bearing animals in the country is located at Cady's Cut, near here. It is operated by the U. S. De partment of Agriculture. At the station, which covers seven acres, Dr. K. B. Hanson, veterinary, keeps a close watch on the animals. He is assisted by Walter MacBlaine. The study is divided into three main classes— disease, feeding and breeding. The animals are housed in pens shaded by trees. They include fox, mink, ferrets, fishers and pine martens. Experiments are being made in', crossing the red and silver breeds of foxes. It is believed a valuable pelt will be produced—one that, can be worn with either black or! brown outfits. Results of the study are record ed at Washington and also sent to private ranch owners. "Hospital" pen; are provided for sickly animals. They are built on platforms, so the sufferers from rickets, lung worms, and even can cer, may keep dry. Taken on Larceny Charge. John Trinastik is at liberty on bond of $250, after an arraignment in the justice court of E. B. Prov-1 inse. He was taken in on a charge of larceny, in connection with the theft of an auto trailer from Mrs. Esther McGuire. His trial is to be held Saturday. a CHURCH NOTES Belfry, Bearcreek and Vicinity. Rev. G. Scott Porter, Pastor. Sunday, November 22, 1931. BELFRY—10 a. m. Sunday School. 11 a. m. Morning Worship. Special Music. 3 p. m. Light Bear ers. 6:30 p. m. Christian Endeavor —Thanksgiving meeting. Eliza beth Higham, leader. Monday—Ladies Aid at the home of Mrs. Sammle Fouse. Wednesday — Midweek prayer meeting, 7:30 p. m. WARREN—2:30 p. m. Preaching Service. p. m. Sunday School. 4 p. m. Preaching Service. BEARCREEK—10 a. m. Sunday School. 7:30 p. m. Preaching Serv BOWLER —3 ice. Monday—Junior Christian En deavor, meeting with Mrs. T. H. Bennett, at 6:30 p. m. Thursday—7 p. m. Christian En deavor. 7:45 p. m. Song Service and Bible Study. Everybody welcome. WASHOE—9:45 Sunday School. Monday, 7:30 p. m. Preaching Serv ice. CHANCE—10:30 a. m. Sunday School. PIONEER—10:30 a. m. Sunday School. Special Notice, Bearcreek. Midweek services will be held in the homes each Thursday evening' at 7:45 o'clock, following a song service, Bible study, and prayer service. Come sing your favorite hymn. Discussions will be based on the Book of James. Everybody in vited. The meeting tonight will be held at the home of Mrs. Maxwell. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH H. W. Woods, Pastor. Sabbath School, 9:46. Morning Worship, 11:00. At 7:00 a Service combining the Epworth League with the Evening Worship. Special Music, a program of interest for young and old. ROBERTS—Sabbath School 2:00. Preaching Service 3:00. At the Methodist Church in Red Lodge there will be held at 10:00 o'clock Thursday, November 26, a Thanksgiving Service to which the public is most cordially invited. Special music, direction of Mrs, A. F. Christiani. EPISCOPAL CHURCH Frank Durant, Minister Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. No other services will be held this Sunday. WILL BUILD POWER LINE FROM FORSYTH Forsyth, Nov. 16.—(AP)—Ex penditure of about $50,000 in con struction of a high power trans mission line between Hysham and Forsyth is contemplated by the Montana Power company next spring, says A. A. Peters, super intendent of the Forsyth branch. A survey is under way. The line would traverse the fine farming section of the Yellowstone valley, serving the communities of How ard, Finch, Sanders and Hysham. DEMOLAYS AND RAINBOW HOSTS AT MASONIC PARTY Complimenting Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bowman, the members of the DeMolay and Rainbow Girl groups held an entertainment Thursday evening at the Masonic Temple. The function was in the nature of a surprise for Mr. Bowman, who is advisor of the Red Lodge DeMo lay chapter. After the regular chap ter meeting at the Temple last eve ning, members of the Rainbow or der, with members of the advisory councils of both groups, gathered for an evening of informal enter tainment. Dancing was enjoyed, and lunch eon was served by the Rainbow girls. John Davis, acting as toast master for the occasion, presented Mr. and Mrs. Bowman with a beau tiful pewter service pitcher as a token of respect from both the De Molay and Rainbow orders. ! i I 1 Montana stretches 275 miles from north to south. 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She's not as hard boiled as she tried to be! Added: The Famous Hollywood Kiddies in "Kid die Kabaret," Fox News, Screen Song, Cartoon and a Hodge-Podge subject. Ü JAMES DUNN • • the boy who made good Sn hit first picture,"Bad Girl".. smashej into the headlines. <| III ? : S; , A < , f: ] A i K 1 V M % Rivals by Day Sweethearts at night ! Both of them afraid to let love come before their jobs. IV i Admission :— Regular Prices. %m % ist in with DUNN WATKINS JAMES Romance of a giri reporter UNDA Fifteenth Grandson Born. Mr. and Mrs. John Obert of Rob erts are the parents of a baby boy who was born last Saturday, No vember 14. He has been namea «w John Jr.