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Roosevelt Grade School Notes
Supt. and Mrs. J. R. Culver leave
Thursday of this week to attend the
Delegate Assembly of the MEA in
Helena. Mr. Culver is chairman of
the Finance committee.
The Art department is busy mak
ing Easter menu covers for the Jr.
Red Cross. One hundred of these
are being made in sawdust work.
They are also participating in the
Auxiliary Poppy Poster contest.
The 5th grade invited the 4th
grade to the club program Friday
afternoon. A "radio" quiz program
was broadcast, usm 8 a
phone made by Jimmie Reynods
acted as Dr. I. Q The A ^ ulz J'? |
were; Carol Kearney, Anne Skelly,
Jimmie, Richard Williams and Phil
lip Stevens. Phyllis De Lager ac e
as scorekeeper. First prize was
shared by Richard and Jimmie. All
contestants made good scores.
The 5th grade have been mak
ing diagrams suggested by their
study of pioneers of the midwest.
Lawrence Streeter made a Cones
toga wagon, Lynn Frosts' depicts
early steam locomotive and Phyl
lis DeLager made a flatboat loaded
with goods to take down the Mis
Continued 'From Page Three
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Schermerhorn
purchased the Alex Purdy home,
and will take possession as soon as
it can be vacated.
The 4th grade Audubon Club met
Thursday and heard interesting
accounts of the bluebird, the mea
dow lark and the sparrow by Ray
mond Starling. Phyllis DeLapp and
LeRoy DeLager. Bird houses have
been made by Larry Holgren, Ray
mond and Allen Barney. These will
be put up in the tree opposite' the
4th grade room where it is hoped
that birds will build their nests,
thus affordnie the opportunity for
the children to observe their habits,
Pictures due to be shown on
Thursday, April 4 are: Earth in Mo-
tion, Introduction to Haiti. Heart of
Inca Empire. Black Bear Twins, and
Red Cross Newsreel.
George Cook of Great Falls visi
ted 2nd grade on Monday.
(Too late for last week.)
American Legion Auxiliary
Regular monthly meeting was held
at the hall March 15th, with 18
members answering roll call, and
two visitors from RexforcT, Mrs.
Mocko and Mrs. Anderson. Re
ports were given by the various.
committee chairmen. Motions car-1
ried for cash donations for the fol-1
lowing: American Red Cross; Care
of Orphan children in France; Leon
ard-Wood Memorial. A summary of |
the proposed Universal Military j
Training was given by Mrs. Skelley,
followed by group discussion.
Mrs. Mosby expressed her thanks
for being remembered by cards on
her birthday and reported in be
half of the Past Presidents Parley
that two books and an afghan were
sent to the hospital in Helena. Mrs.
J. Broderick was presented with a
past president's pin. Several puz
zles and cards were brought to be
sent to the patients at Warm |
Springs. (Those who have not yet |
made contribution may give theirs |
to Mrs. Morgan as soon as posisble.)
Report was given that the students
of Roosevelt'Grade school are en
tering the Poppy Poster contest;
$6.00 will be awarded in prizes for
the best posters, and the best one
submitted will be sent in for State
competition. Mrs. Alice Owens was
reported as recovered from her re
cent illness, and able to be home
again. Mrs. Chalcraft was reported
to be a patient in the local hospital,
and secretary advised to send flow
Plans are being made for a
special program in April for Pan
American Legion Birthday Party
In keeping with the annual cus
tom of celebrating the anniversary
of the organization, Eureka Post No.
74 of the American Legion played
hosts to their Auxiliary at the hall
Friday evening, March 15, follow
ing the business meetings of the
two organizations. The Legion mem
bers cooked and served a lovely
dinner, consisting of chicken and
noodles, mashed potatoes, gravy,
peas, fresh tomatoes, pickles, bread
and butter, coffee, cake and ice
cream. The ladies agreed that the
men were excellent cooks and grac
ious hosts, and in appreciation they
sang the "Happy Birthday" song
to the Legion, followed by an or
iginal composition titled "We Thank
You For This Dinner."
It's a Girl
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Morgan
are the proud parents of a baby
girl, born Friday, March 15.
has been named Barbara Ann. This
is the first grandchild in the Mor
gan family, so her arrival heralded
a great deal of excitement.
Old Time Resident Passes
Inga Griffith Cameron, wife of
Chas. M. Cameron passed away sud
denly at her home out of Eureka,
March 18. Mrs. Cameron was 72
years old, and was born in Santa
Le Andro, Calif. She has lived in
this vicinity for 33 years. He hus
band is sole survivor. The body was
shipped to Spokane for cremation.
No burial services were held^
Birthday and Housewarming
A surprise birthday and house
warming party was held at Mrs. Joe
Terpstra's home Monday at 2:00
o'clock. About 20 guests were pre
sent and presented Mrs. Terpstra
with a lovely Presto cooker. The
ladies all liked her new home very
A delicious lunch was served by
GIRL SCOUT MEETINGS
MARCH 10, 19, 25
The meeting, March 10, was cal
led to order by the president. We
discussed old and new business. We
brought up going out to find work,
but have not yet decided when. We
are working op our notebooks. Re
f eshments were served by Joanne
irpipermarj and Norma Jean Haf
ferman. They served hot choco
i a t e and c hile. We didn't have per
feet attendance. The meeting was
Monday, March 19, the meeting
wa5 called to order by the presi
dent. We discussed old and new
business. We had perfect attend
ance Now we are each saying a
Q ir j g cou t law when they call our
names Refreshments were served
by Pat Switzer and Mrs. Shotwell.
We bad potato salad, cookies, pick
j es and a so f t dr j n k. The meeting
The meeting Monday> March 25.
wa s called to order by the presi
I dent We discussed new business,
1 The girls in our patrol might have
'a rummage sale. Refreshments
werg served by Marvel Leckrone
and Geraldin / Munsel. We had
potato sa i ad a sandwich and a hot
Mr. Bert C. Roe. chairman of the
local AAA committee, has been
designated Emergency Food Prog
ram Manager for Lincoln County
by Secretary of Agriculture Clin
ton P. Anderson. R. J. McKenna,
State AAA Chairman and PMA
Director, will head the program for
In spearheading the program to
carry out recommendations made by
President Truman's Emergency Food
Committee, AAA Chairman will en
, list the cooperation of USDA coun
j cils, schools, churches, food trade,
: newspaper, radio, civic and other
; groups in bringing facts of the food
conservation program to every man,
woman and child in the State. j
President Truman puts the prob- j
!em of aiding starving millions m
other lands squarely up to each ;
of us. AS YOUR PRESIDENT, I j
appeal to you again—and to all
Americans everywhere—to prove
your faith and your belief in the
teachings of God by doing your
share to save the starving millions
> n Europe and Asia and Atnca.
Share your food by eating less, and
j Prevent milloms from dying from
j starvation. Reduce youi abund
ance so that others may ha\c a
crust of bread. 1
Recommendations to consumers !
by President Truman s Famine Em- ■
ergency Committee include. |
i Prevent bread waste. it is
j estimated that five percent of
dish. The meeting was adjourned.
Virginia Rice, Scribe.
ROE COUNTY EMERGENCY
FOOD PROGRAM MANAGER
° n f slice out of every loaf
baked every day goes into
The 1st grade room has a border
of attractive posters made by the
children showing free hand cutting
of Spring activities,
The 2nd and 4th grade rooms
had the first buttercups of the sea
son in bouquets on Monday,
plant for the 3rd grade room,
Mrs. Chet Fluid, Mrs. Lillian Hol
mes and Mrs. Ethel Johnson.
Roosevelt Grade School Notes
Esther Boorman brought a new
Larry Holgren brought a' set of
pictures to school last week show r -
ing the development of the rail
road in the U. S.
The 4th grade room "planted" a
small tree in wet soil some time
ago and it is now putting forth
leaves, with robins made by Aud
ubon Club members, perched in its
Mrs. Guernsey played selections
being studied by the 7th and 8th
grades, from Greig, Shubert and
Tchaikovosky in music class, on the
piano on Monday. On Wednesday
she played for the 6th grade.
Pictures for March 28 are: Nav
ajo Children, Story of Coal, Ven
ezuela, Curves of Color, Louisiana
The 3rd graders have some pretty
bird and flower posters. They have
also done some splendid printing
of the woi4l "Spring" in varied
colors for their .room decorations.
THE LIBBY FEED STORE
BABY CHICK SCRATCH
FEEDS AND GRAINS AT ALL TIMES
Deliveries on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays
Blue Tag Laying Mash
Em-Em Co. Dual Purpose
Straw —:— Salt
F. C. ROBERTSON
• Use less bread at each meal.
Use potatoes, for example, as
alternates. One small serving
of potatoes replaces a slice of
bread, nutritionally. Use oats
mûre Often. A serving of oat
meal equals two slices of
bread in food value. Use fruits
and other desserts for pastries
• Use lass wheat cereals and
other wheat products.
• Make better use of meat drip
pings for cooking and season
• Serve fewer fried foods.
• Save and re-use fats and oils
• Salvage fats that cannot be
reused and turn them in to a
butcher or grocer.
• Go" easy on oils and salad
dressings. A teaspoon of fat
saved by every person in the
United States would mean a
total saving of at least one
million pounds of fat da ily.
Traffic accidents to children 5-14
years old increased 24 per cent in
1945, according to the National Saf
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of ROSS L. LaBYER, de
Notice is hereby given by the
undersigned, the Executrix of the
Estate of Ross L. LaByer deceased,
to the creditors of, and all persons
having claims against the said de
ceased, to exhibit them, with the
necessary vouchers, within four
months after the first publication of
this notice to the said Executrix
at the law office of Rognlien and
Murray. Suite 9 Noffsinger Bldg.,
Kalispell in the County of Flat
head, State of Montana, the same
being the place for the transaction
0 f the business of said estate,
JESSIE BELLE LaBYER
Executrix of the Estate of
sa id Deceased.
Dated at Libby Montana, this 28th
day Q f March, 1946.
RQGNLEIN and MURRAY
Attorneys for Executrix.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of WILLIAM L. IVERSEN,
Notice is hereby given by the un
d ers ig n ed, the administrator of the
es t a t e D f William L. Iversen, de
ceased to'the créditons of and all
p ersons having claims against the
sa j d deceased, to exhibit them, with
t ^ e necessary vouchers, within four
mon ths after the first publication
0 f this notice to the said ädminis
ra ^ or -®t his office at Libby, in the
County of Lincoln, State of Mon
tana, the same being the place for
the transaction of the business of
4t; M-28 — A4-11-18
J. F. FENNESSY, Jr.
Administrator of the Estate
of said Deceased.
Dated at Libby, Montana, this 25th
day of March, 1946,
J. F. FENNESSY, Jr.
Attorney for Petitioner.
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It's good sport.
and good exercise too!
NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT
OF THE STATE OF MONANA, IN
AND FOR THE COUNTY OF LIN
IN THE MATTER OF THE ES
TATE OF John Rubard, Deceased.
Pursuant to an Order of said
Court, made on the twenty-seventh
day of March, 1940, notice is here
by given that Saturday the thir
teenth day of April, 1946, at ten
o'clock A. M. of said day, at the
Court Room of said Court, at the
Court House in the County of Lin
coln, has been appointed as the
time and place for proving the Will
of said John Rubard deceased, and
for hearing the application of Emma
RuBard for the issuance to her of
Letters testamentary when and
where any person interested may
appear and contest the same.
Dated March 26, 1946.
FRED F. CLARK
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