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Havre Hill County Journal (Newspaper) - February 25, 1940, Havre, Montana Sunday morning february 25.1940 a ire five a a a a in turn society. And clubs i j i arts and crafts members of Tho arts and crafts department of the Havre a women ii club will entertain their husbands on tuesday evening at a g 30 of clock dinner a the Morris cafe. The dinner party will then adjourn to Tho Home of mrs. La. Earl Clack for the remainder of the evening. Arrangements for the dinner will he made by mrs. Gerald Gasman with the assistance of mrs. I. I. More mrs. M. F. Johnson and mrs. La. Earl Clack. Christian Endeavor the Christian Endeavor of the sixth Avenue Christian Church will meet sunday evening at 6 30 of clock under the leadership of Frances Limiter. The topic for discussion will he a christians keep Soi la by cod live full Nich Vitamin Potency 12 ounce size79 on Auyoung people Are cordially invited. Ii i limit my Khz Ca pm Len Quot Ute la pm. Cd pay Les a a. 79c 98c Lin de Lovvo a dreg store phone Mai founders Day observed founders Day was observed by the Sunnyside Parent teacher association tuesday. The program opened with group singing and a pageant on founders Day was presented. The presidents message was read by j. A. Klesi ing and the state presidents message by mrs. I John Tietema. A talk on a a Thrift was Given by mrs. Vav. S. Hartland. Following tile meeting u Silver Tea was served. The Large founders cake was trimmed in White and Green and made by mrs. Jack Langston. Hostesses were mrs. Jack Langston mrs. John Tietema and mrs. Walter Olson. Parent teacher Council the Havre Parent teacher Council will meet monday evening at 7 15 of clock in the Junior High school. A joint meeting of tile study groups of the Parent teach Ltd associations will follow beginning at h of clock. Miss Jeannette Donaldson will speak on a the lifted several musical numbers will be Given by children from the local schools. Members Are urged by the officers to turn out and rep a resent their p. T. A unit at the study group meeting. Renne Wigen Dorothy Penna of Malta and Don Vigen of Zortman were married last evening at the Home of j or and mrs it i. Linebarger 716 first Avenue Justice line Barger performing the ceremony. The witnesses were Glen Peterson and mrs Linebarger. The Bride is a native of Dodson and has been raised to Phillips county a daughter of or. Aud j mrs. Frank tonne. Tho Groom re sides at Zori a ii and is a son of1 Carl Wilgen. K. I. Ii. Alumni the alumni of the Kennedy deaconess Hospital held their regular meeting Friday evening at Tho Home of mrs. George Skyl a Stead with mrs. Arleigh blend Gord and miss Rebecca prior the i assisting hostesses. Members sew of on supplies for the deaconess j Hospital. Lunch was served. Women club program will be March 5 buy a lot build a Home 800 Choice lots in Highland and i Rland Park 915, 10 balance #5.00 pkg month. Colt Neh loth 91 a inside lots #75. My Clark real estate and insurance a a a a a a a a a a Lucre a yes sir. That a fact. Frequent meaning makes your clothes Wear longer because Quality careful cleaning gently removes oils and grime that deteriorate fabric fibres and Dull patterns and colors. Modern methods and skillful handling insure the Long life of garments cleaned by us. Phone 151 for service cleaning helps prolong the life of your clothes 9a special emphasis is to he Given to the spiritual psychological cultural Legal and practical needs of the american Home in the program to be Given at 2 p. Rn., March 5, at the masonic lounge room in connection with the general business meeting of the Havre women a club. Are. E. A. Doles chairman of the department of tin american Home will have charge of the program and has arranged for a number of speakers to cover the various subjects. They a the Rev. Donald p. Skinner mrs. Arnold Bjorne by. Harry \ Alley or. I. Vav. Stun. Miss Frances Simas and Charles Herb. Concerning the need of psychological understanding in the Home mrs. J. La. Morrow state chairman of the american Home department cays a learning to live together so needed in i he world today should have the beginning in the Home. The training of the children in the simple qualities of honesty unselfishness and love development of personalities and establishment of Cor rest habits the guidance of behaviour attitudes Are needed if a. Are to have healthy and efficient living they a duties of the Home and no Oiler institution can take their place in thie Early and fundamental turning to the place of religion in the Home mrs. Doles chairman Calls attention to the statement made by mrs. J a. Wright chairman of american Home for District no. 5 a in one Way or Ariot her most Diane of the american Home have been covered by federation literature hut so far no on seems to have advanced any definite programs of religious education in the Home. Yet a1 thinking people Are realizing More clearly than in Many years past that the one unchanging human need of humanity from childhood through old age in firm foundation in to Faith of our fathers. We All know a child is making his Choice Between Good Aud evil from the Day he is Able to distinguish one from the other. We. A parents have no right to withhold from him the spiritual guidance he needs than we would have allowing him to discover for himself the traffic rules governing crowded buyers guidance is becoming a modern password and mat. J h. Morrow state chairman Points out the following the modern consumer has u wonderland of products from which to choose hut tills very wealth creates for Lier Many buying problems. Because she realities tile not cd she has for More information to help her in shopping she in exploring methods by which she can gel this information. Thousands of groups All Over the country Are now studying Consumers problems. Already some advances involving consumer buying problems have been made but what happens in the future depend very largely on what the women of tile country decide they want in the Way of modernized marketing service and on the effectiveness with which they ask for it. The first step is a systematic study of the problems to lie dealt with court of Honor held wednesday at the regular monthly court of Honor for the boy scout troops of Havre held wednesday night a number of awards were Mads and advancement badges Given out. Judge o. B. Al Well is chairman of the court of Honor. The 1 program tor the evening was in charge of troop no. 36, and in eluded selections by the troop hand under the leadership of or. G. C. Drink w Ater. The boys who became Tenderfoot scouts included Burnell Ellingson and James Granter of troop no. 3 7. Second class advancement was received by the following Harold Hanson Edwin Joscelyn Reginald Call Harold Hamon All of troop 36, and Roy Olson of troop 34. Two boys became first class scouts Alva Hamon and Jack Tietema troop 36. Jael Bronson. Troop 33, was advanced to the rank of life scout. Two new Star scouts a Lawrence Montross and Joe Kap Ernie. Both of troop 35. Merit badges went to tile following boys Bronson troop 33, civics physical development and Wood work. Max Kuhr troop 35, safety camping. Roddy Pressley troop 35, elks c invention group to meet Frank Bartelme a state general chairman for the elks convention to he a 11 in Havre july 25 to 27, Lias called a special meeting of All committee members to meet school districts receive Money last fall 3 8 Hill county needy school districts made application to the stat equalization fund for a share of the $71,540 fund available for distribution. Only two Hill county districts finally shared in this distribution. According to miss Marion Bainbridge county superintendent. The districts receiving the Aid and the amounts received included the following distil i no. 81, Liberty school $180 and District no. 82, redwing school $2o0 total amount received by Hill county districts $350. Swimming life saving athletics. Keith Rhodes troop 3 5, Wood turning. Bill Paulson troop 33, conservation. Charley Zartman troop 35, scholarship swimming. Joe Kapernick troop 35, Public health. Lawrence Montross troop 35, Wood Wink Reading. Of a luncheon monday noon at the elks club. Otto Powell of great Falls president of the Montana state elks association will be Here monday to consult with local Lodge officers and assist in arranging the stat convention. To fall More London feb. 24. a the government considered plans today for calling to the colors men Between the Ages of 27 and 35, in line with a general Speed up. Miss Bhikoo Batlivala modern Young Indian India feminist of London England will speak at the presbyterian Church on. Tuesday evening 8 15 o clock feb. 27 subject a the land of poverty and the fat Brown this outstanding speaker and lecturer is brought to Havre under the auspices of the Northern Montana Branch of the american association of a diversity women. Admission 50c for adults students ii id its Lune to Wear r Straw lint and lids delectable Pillbox in spun a Ugar Pink wit i a wide crushed Black Moue ribbon and a turn of the Century Bow is one of Hie smartest of the new Straw bonnets Wear it with your Block afternoon dress on which you be recently nut new Pink lingerie Collar and cuffs. Seethe greatest Advance in Home refrigeration in 25 years icily news i shortcuts mrs. Gilbert Crosby of big Sandy wan a Havre shopper saturday. John Fisher of Gildford transacted business in Havre saturday. I sat Lier from North of Havre was in the City saturday. Ii. H. Hess Hill county representative from North of Havre was a business visitor Here saturday. Or. And mrs. Frank Earl of Laredo shopped and attended to business matters in Havre saturday. Field principal Kremlin miss i a Mcmahon Grassy Butte Raymond Rind Rudyard Mary Jane Christiansen Kremlin Marie Buckneberg Kremlin alts. Frances Hanson St. Joe Helen a Arr Whitlock mrs. Valeria Sticka redwing mrs. Leonard Morgan Goldstone Minnie Christiansen i oilman or. Ben Rob Eek was Down from Kremlin saturday transacting school business and attending to other matters. Or. And mrs. Harry went to butt Over the to visit friends. A. Alley weekend or. And mrs. William Brown of Laredo were Havre visitors saturday. Mrs. Ray Van Buskirk returned today from Butte where she has been visiting her daughter mrs. J. C. Cougill the past week. Albert Greytak was in Havre saturday from his ranch near Simpson. Carl Ai Al in Berg of Goldstone spent some time in the county seat saturday. Lloyd Patrick was in from Tho Fairchild ranch saturday. Hingham visitors in Havre included Frank and Joe Kocar. Ifr1g1daire Quot cold Wall Quot Vav now at new Low prices see it at our store and you la agree the Frigidaire a cold Wall a is a great new discovery that brings a new measure of Protection to the flavor freshness color wholesomeness. Even the Vitamin Content. Of food prevents Transfer of objectionable food doors and flavors. You done to even have to cover food. See this new Miracle of food keeping now at new Low new Clacks hardware a suits cleaned pressed $1.00 there s new life for old clothes at Lou Lucke co. Sues for Chance to make a living f 9 a a a a #9 a 9 a 9 a i a 9 9 a a a 9 9 9 in a 9 9 9 a 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 a 9 9 9 9 a 9 9 -9 9-9 49 9 i 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 Poohs of suites with one Payne duplex puh Nace simple to install. Requiring no basement. The Payne Gas duplex Furnace has brought new Comfort and new heating Economy to hundreds of Homes. Not Only does the Payne duplex give you an abundance of clean circulating warmth one unit heats two rooms or suites cutting Down installation Cost and slashing fuel Bills. Fully vented construction eliminates All products of combustion does away with excess humidity and weeping Walls. Thermostat control is optional. For Thrifty Folk Aik about ear budget payment plan and Prat service for tin first fall Yaar of operation. Flay a Gas heat makes the Home Complete Montana Dakota utilities co. Miss Sadie Stout of Chinook commercial was in Havre saturday shopping Hally news and visiting friends. Or. And mrs. R. Wino Logier and son John of Rocky Roy were Havre visitors saturday. Miss Albina Kaluza of Harlem showed in Havre saturday. Miss Eleanor Johnson of har i Lorn shopped and visited her Sut urday. La. R. Pov of Browning was a business visitor in the City Satur i Day. Miss Clara Barber who in a member of the Shelby school acuity is Here visiting her Sisters. The misses Jessie and Una Barber Over the weekend. J. C. Baker of fort Belknap was in Havre saturday. Joseph Frank of Rudyard transacted business in the county seat saturday. Miss Elizabeth Ireland of wild Ford was in Havre saturday shopping and visiting friends. Printing at Ihfe adv exclusive a a Frigidaire dealers or. And mrs. George Kafka of Laredo were shoppers in the City saturday Hill county teacher who were in Havre saturday included among others the following or. Johanna Rasmussen. Fresno Margaret Collier. Brennan school Lloyd Patrick Center school Fairchild Leonard Ken-1 Ripo some people this Spruce and sprightly Buick Al special May be just one of those ambitions they Hope some Day to achieve. But if you ask owners a especially those who have stepped up to Buick from the lowest Price Field a you la find its really an Eye opener to a new and sounder slant on automobile buying. Actually the Money difference Between lesser cars and this nimble traveler is smaller than most people think. And when you be driven a Buick a while you find that spending these few extra dollars is really the soundest kind of Economy. They buy More Power. They buy More room. They buy the matchless Comfort of All Coil springing and the Welcome feeling of having come up in the world. They also buy More automobile. A bigger solider More durable Frame. A husky time defying Chassis. Top Grade materials superfine precision a on the Money craftsmanship things that make the difference Between an adequate car and a Good one. You get your Money Back in tangible things such As engines balanced after Assembly wider Outlook through safety pc Glass Only some six dozen features from automatic choke to the Flash Way direction signal with automatic Cut off. Every mile you drive you la see How you profit by spending enough to get something really Good. And what you spend As you la see a a a. Tramm nation baud on rail it you Call on your Buick dealer ram to tax be Attar to if is less than you re asked to pay re opt,#.amii a a Miru i Rte extra a Ruth too in some places for a six i Wjk a without a a a. Claiming that his right to make a living was jeopardized Richard cd. Scott won a suit against the los Angeles turf club whir1- a a it said deprived him of the a barring him from sat race track and col / from the Pari 4u��?~j machine

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