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Havre Hill County Journal (Newspaper) - February 25, 1940, Havre, Montana Page fourth Hill county sunday journal sunday morning february 25,19to the Hill county sunday journal a a a a j i entered it the Post office at Havre Montana july 13, 1912, As second class mail matter under the act of 1879. Pull up to the radio orator and keep warm published every sunday a 319 first St. Ratted i rest least ire service n. E. A. Feature service a nations representative West Holliday v. Co Aytac. San Francisco. California a 220 Bush Street subscription hates it in sunday Only i Joe year a. $2.00 5u months .-.--�?$1.25 i i tel conv. .05 j i Canadian and foreign. $2.50 i to pm i lit a t is Iii tit it a Mil its t 0 random shots at news of the week if the fabled camels Back does no to break now Well have to i admit that he a a pretty Stout Critter. Certainly the last Straw has been on it Wasny to enough that John q. Public needed a License to drive a car run a store sell Beer get married be a doctor operate a boiler Hunt ducks and trap rabbits. Now by gum one of the last strongholds of free Enterprise has be throttled and he must pay another fee in order to catch fish in the National Parks which he is popularly supposed to own jointly with 129,999,999 other citizens of this grand and glorious nation. Being an Ordinary citizen of i new Reuvan besides and thus not enjoying the confidences of the cloistered bureaucrats who run our country for us the writer is unable to reveal the reason for this latest bit of nonsense. We merely emblazon it further upon the pages of contemporary history with the thought that part of the far Flung Reader clientele of this newspaper might have missed the relatively modest news announcement a few Days ago. Ii Quot Quot i society and club news delightful recital Robert Johnson Aubrey Bruning one of the most delightful of Quentin Van Sohock John Han musical events was the Glenn Couch Bill Ollamon recital Given recently by Warren Hedman Roy Damschen fug leva lid who was pre j Mark Keeley and Kenneth Batler. By mrs. Jack recent violin Billie tented viol in cd a i a me we have twisted certain brain convulsions clearer a t 7 to determine Why the pleasures of our gorgeous National Parks should have to be so vulgarly com j Mercial. We realize that the operators of the big hotels Ai j Well As the purveyors of fish bait hot dogs Cabin Camp j shelter and Indian curios made in new York sweatshops Aie not in for their health and hence their Forture the salvation army r. To a a bin a relatively Brief interval during the uienuvk1 phony ?2.m summer to. Tins. These take or leave alone. A pet Gripe however has been the services Iii Havre churches i1 Soi j. The Are services which one can either Friendly Church Bwy you Welcome. Meetings sunday holiness meet iut Mikl a. In. Sunday school at annual tribute levied by the courteous and highly efficient Gentry who guard the Gates. Glaciers shake Down is relatively modest. It Only costs a Dollar a year to see Mother nature in the nude. In the Case of Yellowstone however we to. Of a. In. Young Peoples meeting 6 jul p. In salvation aeolus 8 p. In. Week night meetings tuesday Young people meeting s of clock thursday old j Attu oiled mule class a Ioc 11 in is i Ian science a Cor Mitt. Av#., aaa finn a Auk u sen ice Ai ii Sandal school Ai 9.4 5 a. In. Testimonial it lie Vav cd u a u c. To p. A. Rey lug room up a ii oui j a it it i. Ii Church j f a of la j talk i v Day school it 11 o clo Low Fri j o. O. T Ushii Welcome. No collect pious. It Dan wrist 7$ Sun a in the. Lvi out have often wondered Why ail the guns that Are sealed Are not of Cux. Saturday Liaise service confiscated and worn along with Black masks certainly $3 per car is an outrageous Holdup whereas the same round sum for a Jug of Bourbon is merely a judicious investment it is Small wonder that the Virtues of these awesome strongholds of the Bear Moose and Mountain sheep Are Sung chiefly within the thinning ranks of those who can Fork Over $15 for a nights shelter without a heartrending moan. Other mortals glance at these wonders from a greater distance. Probably the ancient greeks had a word for it. In american Tho we Call it robber the curious Are told if they have the temerity to mention it that these levies Are necessary to help an impecunious Uncle Samuel keep the Parks open. They provide nifty uniforms for handsome rangers presumably and also release More government funds with which to teach tap dancing to the under privileged of new y Ork and Chicago. We thought some of the plunder went to keep Bethel gospel Taberna the fish satisfied and Content to reproduce themselves Norm aay gch0 jul. a. Ally but now it appears that a surtax is needed for this great worship ii a. M. a humanitarian work. A reminder too that our Washington prtarhing.1 tue Juv to givers of great and Good gifts Are still looking out for us and prayer meeting wed will continue to do so As Long As we pay the freight without p m Vou la Catholic jul old Rev. Cli Luch of St s. J. Conga Maraca 0. Even ii j Luiei pastor hoi la a. -j., a it on sunday a. I a att. I nerdier a. Ai ? a. In. A. Glint Charlo a re m. A auf mornings it a a a ii., j 1 jul. I Thomas a andante Cantabile i Paladin he i offertory a the hymn of Nunn i it a Ebure Wely Anthem a go not far from me o god Quot zen Garello it Sermon. Quot our debt to Palestine and Greece Quot postlude. Quot Gloria Patri Quot a Burnly. The boys club meets tonight at 7 of clock missions und social hour wednesday s p. In. Choir practice thursday 7 to menus club dinner at Lis Friday evening March i. Ladies Ald meets Friday afternoon at 3 of clock. Baptist a >20 fourth ave., Rev Howard b. Pilcher pastor. Hun h Achon at 9 45, cd Annet for All. Prof. J. J. Runett of the adult Bible class. Morning worship 11 o clock. Berino to by Tho pastor Quot there is a lad miss Hazel Mcmillan will Sint a Solo Quot bless thou of god this Day Quot Helen Jackson Smith. Young people a meeting 1 2<>, mis Fluty Foreman will Lead the Roger Williams club with the topic Quot narcotics Ani evening worship. 7 .�?T5tt. Sermon Quot who knows All the an. Ii were a a special music. Meditation and prayer service at 10 30 a in. Children a service Ai 4 15 p. In. Daughters of the King meet wednesday veiling Ai the Home 01 mis. Walter Mackenzie. St. Paul s evangelical lutheran Missouri Synod Corner fifth ave. And eighth St. A v. Kurt k. Klopp pastor re. 729 fifth ave. Phone �j72. Third sunday in let. Sunday school at 9 30 a. In. Bible class conducted by the pastor at 9 30 a in. Pre-1 Paratory service for holy communion at to a. In. Divine worship with Observance of holy communion it 10 30 u. In. Sermon topic Quot hardening of Tho service North of Goldford at .1 p. In if roads permit. Service at St Johns lutheran Church Rudyard it 7 to p. In. Confirmation instruction class a on tuesday at 4 15 p. In i class b on thursday at 4 i p. In. Waltzer league will hold monthly social on Tiffany it 7 30 p. In. Sunday school teachers training class on Friday at 8 p. In Church school on saturday at 9 30 a. I mid week lenten service on wednesday at 7 45 p. M. Sermon topic a underestimating first lutheran a third sunday in Lent sunday school at 10 a. In. For children Over 8 years old. Adult Bible class to a. In. Sunday school for children Between the a of 3 and 7 years 11 a. In. Morning worship la o clock. Senior choir at 4 to p in. Intermediate Luther league at 6 p. In. Evening service 8 p. In. Tuesday Dorcas society at 8 p. Be wednesday Cottonwood confirmation class 4 3o p. In. Senior choir 7 30 p. In. Wednesday thursday the Junior league at 7 p. With mrs. P. It. Mclaughlin As sponsor. Lenten serv 410. Third sunday in lean every thursday at 8 p. In. In. Holy communion i during Lent. Saturday the sea Wall pre Langston instructor. Adding to the pleasure derived from the program were the two piano numbers played by Rosemary Swanson guest pianist. Billie Fuglevand had been a Pupil of mrs. Langston for several years. Mrs. I. Ii. Douglass accompanied the violinist. A Large crowd attended the recital which was played Iii the presbyterian Church the listeners expressing their pleasure by enthusiastic applause. The violin numbers were marked by the real Beauty of the interpretation of the recitalist. Especially Beautiful did the audience find tilt numbers of the final group. Miss Swanson who has appeared on recital programs heretofore played delightfully the Bach Quot Gavotte Quot and the Quot Pavan Quot of revel. The first group played by Billie Fuglevand included the following a a student concertino a Adolf Huber Quot Valse Luette Quot ii. Dri go Quot souvenirs Franz i Trdla Quot Berceuse Quot from Quot Joselyn Quot Benjamin Godard i. All familiar numbers the audience enjoyed the Well played melodies. Most difficult numbers offered were the Quot Liebes lied Quot and Quot Tambour no of Fritz Kreisler in the second group the lither numbers Iii this group being Quot play fiddle. Play Quot by Oscar de it sch. Closing the recital were two Beautiful religious numbers by Felix Borowski Quot adoration und Quot Cantilena Quot which the Young artist played with real feeling. I. T. A. Speaker Quot juvenile delinquency Quot was discussed by supt. John d. Shively at the recent evening meeting of the Washington Parent teacher association. George w. Johnson. Probation officer also spoke giving some interesting statistics in relation to crime und juvenile delinquency. Mrs William Brady conducted the Candle lighting ceremony in Honor of the founders undies we re lighted in Honor of the fathers by mrs. Wade Woodring who is a past president of the association. The dedication was read by mrs. Jois Jewell. Four numbers were Sung by Junior Bogut and Howard Allison miss Irene Weng Ler. Accompanist. A Reading was Given by mrs George Hall and the National presidents message was read by mrs. Clans Lovegren. Lunch was served by a committee from the fourth Grade mothers. Mrs. Wade Woodring mrs. Claus Lovegren mrs. John Dietrich and mrs. Marvin Mangels leap Yacar party the girls of the sixth Avenue Christian Church entertained the boys Friday night with a leap year party in the Church basement. The color scheme was carried out in red and White. Songs were Sung and games played. Prizer were won by Robert Johnson Bui bunion and Dorothy Miewald. Lunch was served by mrs. Gerald f. Ii is Kelt wife of the pastor Lois Ollamon and Charlotte Wilkins. At the close of the evening a devotional service was conducted. Those present were the Rev. And mrs Gerald f Heskett leis Ollamon Charlotte Wilkins Mary Halier Dorothy Redfield Dorothy Miewald Gloria Wilkins Charlotte Williams Myra Miller Isabelle English. Roberta Parna led la Barrett Louise Wilkins and music department Tho music department of Tho Havre women s club will meet monday evening at the Homo of mrs. F. In Purdy. Now you too Cun collect $50.00 to $100.00 per year on your refrigerated locker. Ask us How. Buttress locker Plant. Adv. .v.v.v.v. .v.vv. Farewell Shower mrs. Pm e. Mcnielly of the Rocky Roy Agency on wednesday afternoon was hostess at a Towel and handkerchief Shower complimenting mrs. Lee Taylor who with her husband and son is leaving the Agency to make her Home in Billings. Or. Taylor is with the department of the Interior. Guests of the afternoon were mrs. John grass mrs. Lydia in Urquhart mrs. Fred Schmidt mrs. W. Ii. Gable mrs. Frank bal Ough mrs. Merle Mcgrath mrs. Maurice Skeleton mrs. Bill san Saver mrs. Mae Manning mrs. Sig Holland. Mrs. Bud Windbigler mrs. John Johnson mrs. Earl Magnusen mrs. Decile Porter mrs. W. Arner mrs. Forworth mrs. Pat Bowman miss Annabella Birdie miss Vivian Christensen miss Gertrude Brown miss Ada Lehman miss Ruby Benson mrs la Taylor and mrs. Man Lellys a sister Polly from St. Louis. Little theatre group the Havre Little theatre group will hold its regular meeting it 8 of clock monday evening at the Home of mrs. Rolf Lee Sii fifth Avenue. All members Are urged to be present. The Driver needs a tune up too. Far Normal growth a a arming papa Quot Mora Milos Par mail Juhe Otil m in tablets , adj gel Wutt Ort in of owl drug co. Tel. A Joo a Vit a $2.00 colonial Dames Thim Klam special two Superb Beauty n Keiss coi Janial Dames All purpose Cream cleanses lubricates soften. ,. Regularly $2 on a Jar plus. Colonial Dames Salon Cream extra Rich in Fine oils for dry and "over-30&Quot skins. Regular $1.50 Jar now for limited time. Loth for $2.00 owl drug co. Tri. A Joo a we deliver we deliver hmm As con furious would say. Persons wishing to Purchase Beautiful diamonds of Quality for loved ones should consult honorable merchant trained in this profession. Confucius suggests Blacks for diamonds note a our reputation has been built by years of honest dealings and in handling Only the finest of diamonds. Blacks your jeweler since 1902 St. Mark s episcopal a Corner of third Avo. And sixth St. Rev. Ronald p. Skinner Rector. Residence 609 third ave Telephone Ben t. 8 a vice 9 45, Church achoo Aud 1 for confirmation last at 8 a. Iii. A squalling too loudly. Further notice also of the currently accepted and carefully nourished theory in bureaucratic circles that the strange mortal known As a taxpayer is still paid to work and not to worry. A and now to shift to matters of relative Unimportance it might be amusing to gaze once again at the three ring circus which is going on in our midst As the nations outstanding clowns jump through the presidential hoop. The show provides an effective illustration of the respect in which of dry a political Powers Are held particularly within groups which hold him somewhat less than dear personally. His civil Rule May be called benevolent but in a political Way he is right now showing an Iron handed management which is the envy As Well As the despair of his opponents. Whether or not he is a candidate for another term he does not propose to relinquish his influence in the democratic party until the last possible moment hence he refuses to be smoked out As to his intentions. The result is that All prospective successors must toe the Mark or risk his potent displeasure so Ron Fri voters. Even such a Doughty Warrior As senator Wheeler is taking no chances. While booming h own Campaign at every Opportunity he still protests that he will not interfere with of dry a plans thus avoiding getting in bad with the Roosevelt forces. Since the supreme court fight it has been common knowledge that the relationship Between the two men is less than brotherly. Wheeler too walks softly in a the Day 7 45 p. In. The up dial a invited to All the p. Iii. A 7 15 a. A cur first presbyter a lev Conrad Wellen pastor. Moral by worship at 10 50 Organ a a prayer Bible class la a. Iii., morning prayer and Hermon subject Quot Thi Man who talks with the plow offertory Anthem Quot god is loved the world a Stainer. St Prano a Olio to miss Dourte a fear not a q Israel Quot Buck it one Day in Lent. Holy Coni Mullion services at 7 and to a. In fido and his bal Are lots of Bun household arts by Alice Brooks i Bene Irons and Junior confirmation i1ums i in a. In. J Vanorsdel methodist episcopal Church a a Corner i fourth St. And fifth ave., John Morange pastor. Sunday school. A 9 45 a. In. Morning worship la a in. Prelude Quot morning prelude Quot Moritz by mag Anthem Quot open our eyes Mae far Lune offertory Quot Over the Hills Quot Logan Solo a Babylon Quot Watson miss Ethel Doles Hermon. Quot win Dows of the soul Quot postlude Quot Festal March Mareli ant Epworth and College leagues to to. I evening worship in charge of the College league prelude in a bringing the tithe a Nolle i song service Anthem Quot the Radi ant morn has passed away Quot offertory Bolo mrs. Maxine Lancy the league service postlude Quot Al Legro Maestoso Quot Kohlman. You Are cordially invited to attend our services. Christian Burch a Rev. Gerald Heskett pastor. Sunday school 9 45 a. In. Morning worship la a. Iii., Sermon topic Quot Why Are you not a j evening services 7 30. C oui Moi a Aal min la my fall c it costs no More for. Quality printing s stitch cup Colton comes Here lend Gayety to Kitchen on horse Dauk pattern 6358 William Colton who lives 18 Miles North of the Fresno darn arrived in Havre saturday from his ranch on horseback. Or. Colton encountered difficulty due to the great amount of Snow he even a Kentucky mayor was finally Given a private office after he had shared one for years we Ith other City officials. There wont be so Ilia ii kibitzer at pinochle games from now Oil. Of course one is a Brown into Tan and tile other a coach dog so you la a Broll i a a to crawl ism j to a Hove a a a a How out of Tern contains a Transfer pattern of 7 Motif averaging f. If Che materials needed la i us. Rat Ion of stitches Leolor genies stated. This is the first Timeto he my Baha bad. Write plainly your name address Aud pattern number. 1 been so Usu it ii Snow in that arca. Phone a a a United publishers i or. We Mwewa printing department

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