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Farmers Union Purchased Texaco Service Station The Farmers Union recently pur-, chased the Texaco Service Station from Virgil Kellum of Eureka. Station will be operated on a operative basis typical of the many Farmers Union establishments all over the nation. Gas, oil and cessories will be handled at the pre sent time. Farmers Union News Briefs Eureka Local No. 625 President J. W. Stoken presided ., , , , over the regular local meeting Sat-1 urday.May 18. A weed control program for this community was quite thoroughly discussed. Several important messages were read and discussed pertaining to the executives and officers request mg Congress for action on bills to help farmers. After a unanimous] vote by all members present, the secretary was instructed - to send wires to Senators Murray and Wheeler, and to Congressman Mike Mansfield, asking them to give their full support to Bill H. B. 5270, ex tending orice control for one year. Wm. Oldenburg of Trego Local and J. W. Stoken of Eureka Local r " et T , w 1 >t h the R. E. A. Co-op. board at Kalispell May 14 in a discus sion concerning R, E. A. in this V, »!r nity ' , m . y „ Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Oregon were welcome visitors at the meet mg. The next regular meeting willi be June 15. £nvc»^T Semester Hon ° r 11011 rnLbHMEN: Cora Black, Beatrice Clark, Beu lah DeLapp, Maxine Elliott, Anna Lee Erickson, Lois Johnson. Hugh Knapp, Mane Kuchenski, Donnie'Roy »Ä s ?° e TTmi r £o A c mbr0Se ' Barbara Hickey. J UNIORS: T £' am n Ambrose, Lillian Black, Thelma DeLapp. Donald Holcomb, Wesley Johnson. Norman Korn, Virguua Roe Tom Whithycombe, Snnc cMu erV n™r- 4 r , _. L T . Johnen Toil A d°J i" L? ls Muhen^ Mv nri. Ed MC ' Mullen. Marjorie Mikalson. _ ti A Fi.rotra ,, . . ,. . Lincoln 4 he i 1X1 nth a P k< ' , Sunday June h?' * r ei A Cd dlSh 1 " ncbeon "J 1 tives or ° n Æ ng , rela * nntifv ♦horn 160 ? 5 *!, 111 ? ea . ttle Please notify them of the picnic. Hospital Notes a' nil nîf 8 t oi. M« d Prfon ' Mrs. James Shaw, Mrs. Green and Ruth Bronsom holnS in n 8 nw heir vacatlon from the nospuai now. Gramre p*-,, Th.V onnnTi VnNi 7 ^ ~ . „J* 1 ® 3X1111131 card party given by 18th ^PinUhfo ai L May . 4^ inoch û e t a Pv blI dgc were played throughout the evening. Mrs. rvinnVhii^ V A°i n h } g £ score m Uiw criVo MrS ' AleC Johnson won io score . 4K WOn hlg J 1X1 Greeî was low me " 3nd Wllhaxn ■ u .. Arnold 8 hi Pif 68 w n .k by A V Ce ."PL. M T rs - Withycombe. second and Mrs. LaByer and P. V. rw» , , ... , hnuf5 1 y?d un , td u ate h l delicious lunch was bv alt 800d time W3S reP ° rted y _ RfwvtPvo.it j t- L A^icV's N^ , l1st S cW rib1lfo U n at,0n ' Americas XNoblest Contribution - -, Hictnrv nt tv, ci Boberta Bright,Hood H |„° y u th .f Cla f® -• 531 ly Purdy ! "The nVv 1 f.'^ eaVen ••Life. - b* Edge, A. Cues, ■The Price of Giory" Lapp "Tho ri-ce wiii T-i. T SonSTv The Class dna McKenzje bongs by the Class. -"Ciribiribin" "In The Gloaming" Address . Norman E. Korn! Principal, L. C. H. Choral Reading .. "The New Birth of Freedom" - The 8th Grade Class Presentation of Poster Awards Mrs. Clara Fleming Presentation of Reading Certificates Mrs. Helen Skelly Presentation of Attendance Awards Mrs. Ethel Long Presentation of Diplomas .... Supt. J. R. Culver Benediction .. Rev. Father Delaney ; Anglers Sunday, May 19th, opening day of the fishing season found the weather perfect, and the woods beautiful as any picture could ever be painted. Eureka was virtually , a ghost town as anglers raced mad ly for Lakes to be the first one to wet their lines. A few good catches were proudly displayed, but mostly, it's just stories of how the big ones got away. Bull Lake seemed to be the favor ite spot for the first day of the season again this year, however it seemed, regardless of where the fishermen went, the fish had just dined and were not the least bit hungry. Bridal Shower A Bridal shower was given in honor of Mrs. Agnes McCrea at the home of Mrs, Dell Pike, May 20. The bride-to-be, was honored with many lovely and useful gifts and the best wishes of everyone. Games were played through-out the evening after which a delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. McCrea plan to make their home at Essex for the sum mer. as I MEMORIAL DAY PROGRAM | May 30th - 10:30 A. M. Pershing Park Introduction _ Post Commander The,Prayer . Post Chaplinl God Bless America . Band Reading . In Flanders Field Mrs. Jackson ac-|Amerca's Answer Mrs. M -Scott ; In the Garden ... Grange Quartet Reading .. On The Bar Mrs. O. West ) Lincoln's Gettysburg Address .. Mrs. Scott 1 Address _ Rev. Father Delaney Star Spangle Banner .... Audience I Floral Ceremony ' Firing Squad | Birthday Party I Friends spent the evening with Frances Filiatreau on her birthday | May 17th. Cards were played throughout the evening. The hon ored guest received many lovely 1 and useful gifts, A delicious lunch wns served at the close of the J — Nuggets Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rhodes Mrs Paul Goss, James Rhodes and Bob. Rhodes were Eureka visitors on' May 14th for the L. C. H. S. gradua tion. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Benson were Kalisnell visitors Wednesday. May 15. They were accompanied bv Helen Shenefelt, Maxine Broderick Phvllis Price and their daughter' Lois. ' , Mr .' and Mrs ' BiI1 Gilbert and £™ lly are siting at the home of Bills parents, Mr. and Mrs Earl 1 Gilbert, | Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Klossner were guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Livingood Sunday, May 12th ss: ^ m Angus McCrea was a visitor ini 'Eureka. Mother's Day. Wayne Richmond is the proud owner of a new Packard. Salute Taps evening. !' Marjorie Mikalson left for Seattle. Wednesday of last week. Mrs. Fred Rock returned Thurs dav from Rollins where she had been ^i sitin g her daughter and family, Mn and Mrs - Weldon Smith for oast week. She was accompanied I b y ber little grandson, Bobbv. Mrs. Jack Alavana, Helen, Doro 1 * he3 i , and Merna Ray are visiting m Malta at the home of Mrs. Ala vana ' s parents. . Mrs - Jan ? McGlen and family have moved to their new home Whitefish. ,• J T Pe , ter (Marjorie El lott) and Sls Elliott are visiting at the home of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Elliott. Butler and A. J. Benoe and Mr. Ekberg of Bumcs, Ore., arrived £ er J: ex T rout f to Hot Springs. Mr. Butler iy enjoying a couple of days visit with his daughter, Mrs. Maye Boose and his great grandchldren. He left Monday by bus for Hot Springs. y HOt B K Erickson left for a short stay at Hot Springs Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Boorman and o aughter Joyce and Children of t° m , ers visited friends in Eureka Sunday. „ Maye Roose left Monday for Hot Springs for a two weeks vaca turn. ^Glen E. Roose drove to Whitefsh where he met his wife, Barbara, who arrived on No. 1 from h° nd0n ' Exiglaxld - m aking the en tire tnp in 22 days. Mr -M re -Wallace Hood moved fhVv Jî ed to Eureka, where they plan to make their home. Mr. is the son of Ida Hood. Word has been received from Mrs. Kenneth Curtis that her mother, :MrS ' C " ?" Graves, shows no im and Duke spent Ä Boy31 Neighbor Lodge be held H 1 lhe Catholic church with Rev. | F ^L he r DeJane y officiatin g. Se rvice [wiH be at 11:00 o'clock, Sunday, May v. . . John Finch is spending the week end with Joe Bernhard. Mrs. John Bernhard spent a day of last week with Mrs. Finch and attended the eighth grade gradua tion with her. Mrs. Klenck of Libby is visiting with Mrs. Moseby for a week. Mrs. Ernest Quick is being visited by her mother, Mrs. Downeling. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hickey left for Missoula Wednesday to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Manley Morgan will make their home in the apartment which the Hickey's vacated time very soon. S. some Friendly Neighbor's Club The Friendly Neighbor's Club met at the home of Mrs. Columbus Clark Wednesday afternoon, May 15,. The members answered roll call by telling where they would like to spend their vacations. Mrs. Mabel Peltier had set the quilt together. The members made the blocks and each had embroid ered her name on a block. The quilt will be tied at the next meet ing at Mrs. Ada Fluid's home. Mrs. John Mikalson, Mrs. Walt Holder and Mrs. Hobson joined new members. After the business meeting, Mrs. Hubert Helms had charge of the program. Guessing games played and Mrs. Starling read an article on rabbit as a-substitute for meat. Mrs. Reva Shea read a poem "My Mother's Hands." Each mother was asked to tell what she had ceived for a Mother's Day gift. Mrs. Starling and Mrs. A. Peltier are to make the birthday cakes for the next meeting. Plans were made for a picnic in July. as were re Entertains S. S. Class Mrs. Chester Clark entertained COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM AND CLASS ROLLOF LINCOLN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL Processional. Invocation... Girls Glee Club Salutatorian Address Girls Glee Club Valedictorian Address Commencement Address Prof J. Earll Miller Dean pf Men, University of Montana Presentation of Class .. Prin. Norman E. Korn Presentation of Diplomas..Chrm. B. G. Drake . Rev. George T. Masuda CLASS ROLL .High School Band Rev. George T. Masuda John Finch Lois Johnson Benediction Alavana, Dorthea Alavana, Helen Bjorarud, Rose Benson, Bernard Carpenter, Donald Calvert, Wilberta Leonard, Howard McMullen, James McMullen, Edward Mikalson, Marjorie Pomeroy, Kenneth Peltier, Ramona DeShazer, Addie Mae Price, Phyllis Ellis, Faye Ruth Erickson, \Nellie Erie, Jordis Quilling, Mae Smith, Hazel Titchbourne, Beverly Vlasak, Evelyn Voorhees, Alene Wilke, Frieda « Wilke, Naomi Finch, John Frost, Wayne Gibbons, James Johnson, Lois Livengood, Lois | TREGO ITEMS • ; Fortine River Local The Fortine River Local No. 624 the ! held its regular meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Myion Hampton I° n Saturday, May 11. Post treating plants, weed con trol, rubbish disposal, adoption of new national By-law, family in surance, county and state camps were discussed during the evening. in Earl Meier, Jr., substituted for the local secretary,Mrs. Meiers whî was ill. Mr. Meiers was reported also. Earl Meier Jr., cooperative chair man and Oscar Fortine president I of the Trego Farmers 'Co-op re j Parted on their trip to Stevensville Montana and Thompson Falls, Mon tana where they visited post tre**> »ng Plants. P Charles Bump told of the Weed' Control program meeting that was h*ld in Eureka on May 11 The i Weed program that Flathead eountv ! has, was explained by Mr Glen Jones, assistant county agent ofi Flathead county and Mr Olaf Brest bye, weed commissioner from Flathead. Those at this meeting were in favor of this type of a weed) Control Program. Donald Weyde meyer offert to act as weed Com missioner for the program Hisof fer was appreciated very much Mr 1 Weydemeyer had experience in weed control while working for the Highway Department in Washing ton. It was decided at this meet ing to present this Weed Control Program to the county ers for their approval. The committee for cleaning cans and rubbish that dumped along the county road, re SSs" fhTa^tha! Sad^i ÄSfÄMM commission- i up has been ion was also made to have this com mittee find a place that would be suitable for a community dump grounds. ^ The new constitution fand by-laws her Sunday School class at her home at Glen Lake Monday even- J ing. Such a good time was had | that the time passed all too quickly , and everyone hated to go home. The Sunday School furnished a ' gallon of ice cream, as this class J had the largest attendance for the j month of April. Service At Baptist Church The young people of the Baptist, church will have charge of the ser-1 vice, Sunday, May 26. There will be special music and j other features. Everyone come and I back the young people. Completes Training Pvt. Robert L. Mason, son of Mrs. j C. W. Torrey, has completed 8 weeks i of training as a surgical technician! at the Medical Department Enlisted] Technicians School, Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, I Texas, according to an announce-i ment by Brig. Gen. John M. Willis, 1 Commandant. i CEMETERY DAY At the monthly meeting of the I town council held May 13th, Tues-| day, May 28th cemetery day and all business 11 houses, of Eureka, are requested to j | close during the hours from 10 o'clock A. M. to 4 o'clock P. M. on that day. „ All the people of the Valley are urged to come to the cemetery with tools prepared to assist in the work. Bring your lunch. It is hoped that by next year the cemetery district will be created and in operation when donation work will not be required. Signed: GEORGE. W. DAVIS, Mayor 2t — May 16-23 was selected as for the National Farmers Union were approved by a unanimous vote b y the Fortine River Local. ^ Delbert McNeil, agent for the f ar ? lers Union Insurance with bead quarters at Kalispell. talked to the members on family group In ? urance - Anyone interested in this | l> pe ,. of x T msurance should contact Mr ' McNei L i Mrs - Mee - the Educational Direc tor 1 ' 1 reported that the county camp be beld at the Swan River i (Community Hall. The children) ** ould be lhere on .J he evening of , May 26. Camp will remain open) V ntl1 the evening of May 29. The last day of cam P will also be the co , unty Get-Together for all the lo cals of F l athe ad and Lincoln coun ! les ;. Mrs - Mee aske d all those in tending to attend, county Camp to Jet her know soon. Earl Meier, Jr., reported on the Proceeds from the dance the For tine River gave at tb ^ Com-, Hal1 in Eueka, May 4th. A large crow d attended and a good tu î. e was had b y all. Entertainment consisted of a Poem honor of Mother's Day, "My Mother ' b y Norma Mce; a song by ^ 4 two htt * e Garvin boys and a sh £ rt v T erse by Susan Hampton, L Pot , Luck lunch was served at th fr C,oseofthemeetm e . regular mceüng will be held f 1 the horile of Mr - and Mls - Chai ' les Buxxi P CLARK S HOSPITAL Eureka, Mont. C. A. CLARK, M. D. DR. E. T. DICKINSON Dentist t 1 t / - *•> T 4 :T' I .M **•> \ A iï«g ii V v mm $ ». ■1 ' ■■MA $ -fr w / f 7 'Xv.jSj Home Building Home Improvement . . or In spite of the present difficulties in obtaining mapy items, it is not wise to postpone too long any plans you may have for remodeling your home, additions or needed repairs. If your plans include a new home, we will be glad to discuss that with you too. We will be glad to assist you in every possible way. J. Neils Lumber Company s Retail Department deals in Plaster Cement, Masonry Cement, Brick, Flue Liner, Sewer Pipe, Cedar Shingles, Composition Shingles, Rolled Roofing, Building Papers, Zonolite, Heatilator Fireplaces, Sash and Doors. J. NEILS LUMBER CO. D °,1 Washin gt°n, D. C., was in Libby the past week viMting relatives and friends. Relieve Those Summer Discomforts The discomfort of SUNBURN, HEAT RASH, IVY POISON, INSECT BITES, NETTLE RASH, HIVES or CHAFING can be relieved by the application of_ REXALL GYPSY CREAM .. 50c bottle SKEETER SKOOT 35c bottle (Include Skeeter Skoot in your kit for fishing trips) me Eureka Drug Store The Store with a purpose, "to serve you H. WITHYCOMBE, Ph. G., Proprietor Missionary Convention HEAR Rev. P. E. Carlson, Missionary To French Indo China „ Rev. Carlson has labored exclusively for sixteen years in cochin. China. Having lived so long among them, his knowledge ° f ,f t' i c " stoms . and religions as portrayed to you by word themtoo U8h ^ USC ° f pictures "d* 1 personally acquaint you with MEET these natives of French Indo China who have become our neighbors in this post-war world. LEARN of their strange customs and ways. SEE them as precious souls for whom Christ died, whole tnbes having never once heard His namy WITNESS the transforming power of the Gospel in those who have accepted Hun as Saviour. You cannot afford to miss any of these services. MAY 28-31 Fortine Community Church Farmers Union Purchased Texaco Service Station The Farmers Union recently purchased the TEXACO SERVICE STATION from Virgil Kellum of Eureka The Station will be operated on a co-operative basis typical of the many Farmers Union establishments throughout the nation. GAS - OIL and ACCESSORIES Will be Handled at the Present Time. 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