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EUREKA NEWS
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met in Kalian p °T arr "fi?monts
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S ° mers > Doris Broderick of
fnd p a r ^° S t ^ ilIer of Wh Refish
Fafls rCen ° f CoIumbia !
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Plans for the two-day. meet in- a
clude a reception for delegates and
Id e h nds 0n T^y follow,
SU* i prtär 'L m in charge of Marie
Richardson. On Wednesday the
regular state camp session will be !
held under the supervision of Mar- in
garet Gilchrist. A banquet will be '■
r C n d 6 ' 30 Wednesday evening
Sm°n Wed f by h a . meetm 8 of tbe local
of c P ' ^ 'y hlch ! ime a lar g e class
of candidates will be initiated by
The committee
the degree team from Whitefish.
. .. ..
Invitation Old Time Dance
An invitation old time dance was
given March 2, at the community
hall by Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Purdy's
Mr. and Mrs, Jay Robbe. Mr. and
Mrs. Floyd Frost and Mr. and Mrs
Orrin Frost. Mae Roose, Marion
Frost, L. D. Frost and Mr. and Mrs
Oscar West.
The music was by Mrs. Win Har
vcy. Hazel Smith and Duane Meuli.
A delicious lunch
nite. The lunch
the ladies.
Hospital Notes
Dismissed- Jack Call TVHr^h o
Mrs. Lucie Head March 1 ni
Cuff was admitted Februi
d TÄ
dectorny-° mbS>
n ..
The R esc u s i ta tor ^h as arrived in
Eureka and may be seen at the
hospital. the
It will be demonstrated for any
organization who wishes to know
how it works. This rescusifainr i«
being bought by this communfty and !
is not the property of the hospital
It may be used at any time by anv
person in need of it free of charge.
was served at mid
was furnished by!
.''Dear Daffodil"
The Junior Class
County High School are coming
along fine with their selected play,
"Dear Daffodil", which will be
duced at a future date.
of Lincoln
pro
Don't miss
Tobacco Valiev News
Tobacco Valley Grange met in
regular session Tuesday night, Feb
26 at 8 o'clock with Master Klinke
in the chair.
Balloting on the applications of
Leo Peltier and Beverly DeLapp
was favorable.
Sister Johnson
it!
, ,. , announced that
ladies would bring a pot luck lunch
to serve to the men working on
the Grange hall Saturday March
If's here now! . New
non-poisonous
T. T. D. Your Dog's best friend.
Stops painful itching, helps prevent serious skin
troubles.
Per package
50c
Also Hygienic Cleaning Powder, dry-cleans dogs and
cats fastei^better, more thoroughly.
Ç5iant size package . . $1.00
The Eureka Drug Store
The store with a purpose, "To Serve You . 1
H. WITHYCOMBE. Proprietor
-DAIRY COW SALE
MISSOULA - MONDAY, MARCH II
-1:00 P. M.
100 to 150 DAIRY COWS AND HEIFERS
The demand for Dairy Cattle Is the greatest in dairy history ....
WE HAVE THE BUYERS.
Please have cattle m yards on Sunday so they can be banrs tested
î > , y . ^ terinarlan - - ANY ANIMAL HAVING BANGS DUSFA
MUST BE SOLD FOR SLAUGHTER DISEASE
All cattle will-be placed in clean dry pens.
MISSOULA LIVESTOCK AUCTION
COMPANY
N. P. Stockyards
Missoula
Sister I
v Lu o nc t a ,r"T h bc -Ti" «*
~
NÄÄ SS& method
for measuring pie shortening.
The Agriculture Committee
gave
report on the action taken in re
sssuî
J*Jsss?srsrssk S
ress in relation to School Lunched
The Grange voted to go on rrcord
n fay or of school lunch continua
tion. The committee will draw .m
resolution to that effect P
The building committee ' reoorteri
that work on* the Grange Tan's
Progressing as material ein be sec
urpd - P
Tbp snort's corres-o-dent spoke
regard to havine an onen deer ç
s^n on does '" f ' " n ° pCn ' deei
Sister Erickson < ' *he Youth
Committee reported that plans foï
aYouth dp gree team are under way.
Master Klinke repotred that two not
Federal Rural Electrification men
, d called on him and are pleased
wRb the outlook for R. E. A. and
I wcre sure we would get such .
so ?, n a ? material is available,
,° £ enarz gave an insurance re
P ° rt ' ® us *ness Agent Erickson an
n ° unced that he had a shioment of
che f s f on band - The Grange
cepted tbe
i>
ac
, resignation of Shirley
Mackey as Assistant Steward. Bro.
James McMullen
was elected to
the
vacancy.
Sister Alverson
announced the
guilt square contest giving rules
land regulations. Sister Jackson dis
1 cussed the Grange and Lecturer
pr £ J . ects for 1946 -
X Tbe Grange voted to make a radio
in answer to Sister
„ S . re 4 ? uest - Ma ster Klinke an
Ö ÄÄÄ,
Elizabeth Roe and Winton Wevde-1
j meyer. J j
thf' S YouffT^rnh 35 fl0m
1 FH,<lrIn U h Committee. Virginia *
Erickson was chosen as chairman
fhe Ü" Bmth^ 0 ^ t0 i
reported^^ the r™ w L i renZ
i , °,j G >ange Workers
Sr . Februa >' y 24.
Sister Ma%el? S mother r< ! POrted -I!'
Rrn U/X^ mother is very ill.
TSd "m^d^ 1
for sent
ing his illness.
Sister Jackson conducted a quiz
on ritualism and grange laws. The
literary program opened with the
presenting of ribbons won in the
National Projects and
- J contests.
At this time Sister Jennie Alver
json was presented with a lovely
^ k i, ace f or }' bebalf of the Grange
fast four years thC
F
CLARK'S HOSPITAL
Eureka, Mont.
C. A. CLARK, M. D.
DR. E. T. DICKINSON
Dentist
WESTERN
Glen Jones announced the Or
ganization meeting of the 4H club
at the Soil Conservation office Feb
ruary 28th at 8 p. m. Also a farm
outlook meeting the same day in
the afternoon.
Brother and Sister Howard Helms
stacred, in a play, ' Going Home To
Father.
Sister Jackson prepared a question
box of humorous activities.
Helen Skelly, recreation leader,
conducted a game of Feather Ten
ms for a group of young people.
. . ,, s *, er Robbe prepared the monthly
birthday table.
£~ Sstss ä
* a Feb . ruary 28 for the
of R OI i5 aniZ , mg a 4H C,ub
leidet wifh C Wnfre n d h T S h been Ch ° Sen
, . , , Wllfred Johnson as as
leader - Mr. Jones explain
T^ the P ur P°se and general pro
"Ïï? °! a , 4H C ub .
n,.T „a "V,î"h of ° n,c "s w t as the
e . order of business with the fol
r'^v i!5 SUlts: . President, Virginia
e ' Y' Ce P ,es,dent . Pat McMullen;
Secretary. Hazel Smith; Reporter,
Webb w nd Recreati °n
Thl chddr^ 16 McMullen -
cards o fi
purpose
present were given
out.
Any children
present,
up, are
Continued on Page Nine
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KEEP IN TRIM
ACTIVE participation in a re
laxing and not too strenuous
sport is good summer enter
tainment and slenderizing too.
Bowl in air-conditioned
fort at .
com
THE PLAY
BOWLING ALLEYS
, ill
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Our Policy
y
on
NEW CAR ORDERS
accordance with fair procedure
in
We are now accepting orders for earliest possible delivery of news cars. However,
as you know-, there arc not enough new cars for all who want them,
we want to make a clear statement of our policy ... so that
know exactly how
ing the current shortage period.
Therefore,
everyone will
new cars dur
ure handling orders for and delivery of
we
We intend to fill orders for
received. There
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new cars in the order in
are two exceptions to this basic rule_
which they
are
We will definitely
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reserve a per
centage of our cars for those who
have served in the Armed Forces. We feel
sure that all our customers will
with the justice of this exception.
If definite need for a new
3
car is
a factor, we will, in the public
interest, determine such
basis of the
cases on the
now abolished, but publicity
accepted, OPA priority lists.
agree
This policy is in your interest.
We are following it because
want to serve you fairly and well today as in the past. The Ford
Motor Company and we ourselves are making every effort to deliver
we
your new car promptly and honestly.
GAREY MOTOR CO
KAUSPELL. MONTANA
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Take a
of Your Home
Bîrds-eye View
U
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Although certain building materials are very scarce, you should
egm now to make plans for that future home. We have a nice
co ec ion o plan books available for your convenience.
Meanwhile don't neglect your residence and other buildings. Keep
hem in repair. A few repairs now may save you a heavy bill later.
as more materials are available, we will have them.
As soon
J. NEILS LUMBER CO.
Wholesale and Retail
prove a help in solving shopping problems.Read the ads in The Western News. They
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