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EUREKA NEWS
Wayne Robbe Wins
Paper Name Contest
per mme contest
. e Evergreen won first prize
m the contest to rename LCHS's
paper. As well as choosing a new
name for the paper the contest
s( n/ed to publicize it.
r irst Brize—-Wayne Robbe, The
evergreen. One year subscription
to the school paper.
„ „! c ° nd Pr lzes ;~ r The Lion's Roar,
suggested by Maxine Broderick,
cois Benson and Marie Kuchenski.
subscription to paper.
1 he Evergreen was chosen.be
cause it signifies something of both
the scenery and industry of this
aiea as Eureka is the "Christmas
f ree Capital of the World" and log-,
ging is its major industry. The old
paper was called Ksanka Annex
due to the towns proximity to Mt.
Ksanka, but the name held only
local significance.
Thank .? , ,
ur sincere thanks and apprécia
f rL°K ? Ur fnends . , for tbeir un
tiring help in searching, sympathy,
kindness and floral offerings, during
our recent bereavement.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Helms
and Glen
Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Helms
and Roger
Jack Helms.
Coach Larry Buckley this Sep-I.
tember 14th lightly tripped his way(
to the city of Missoula. Business Î
affairs led him to this fair city. j
His business consisted mainly, it
seems, of taking a wife—the for-i
mer Miss Marjorie Hall. I
Too bad girls! The coach is a
married man. ^ |
I
j
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are en
rolled in Lincoln County High fori
the 1946-47 school year to date. The
boys outnumber the girls 79 to 65
The largest class is the Fresh
man with 52, 30 boys and 22 girls - 1
second are the Sophomores with 18 1
girls and 17 boys, total 35; Seniors,
outnumber the Juniors by one with I
even number of boys and girls 1 »
the total being 28; the Junior class !
Coach Buckley Weds
Missoula Girl
LCHS Enrollment
Shows Increase
A total of 144 students
a r i
smallest in'hig^schoo] 00 ^ *
There are three students taking
ciyde' ÄndÄr
Local Teachers Organize MEA
All the grade school teachers,
there, A. J. Barney Lawrence Budt
£ y hoo? d m D ct V the Ug G h ral 0m
lunch room on Wednesday Septem
ber 18th, and decided to have
local chapter of the M. E. A. again
this year.
Mr ^'^ Lon |' last years P residt '
presided and Mrs. Swing, last year's
secretary, gave a review%f the busi
ness conducted during the past year
The new officers elected were
Bailey, president, Mr. Barney,
president, and Nancy McLaughlin,,
secretary.
Refreshments of coffee and cook
ies were served.
LCHS began this years football
season last Saturday by playing the
Alumni to a 6 to 6 tie.
The first score came in the early
p ? rt ., of the game when in the last)
^ be .J llst Quartei Duane Meul)
bl j ke tb f rA U J;? ni defense
and made a beautiful CO yard run,
which started as a left end run. Fie
had to reverse his field to elude
1 cverse ms iifici io eiuac
tie opponent, and with very good
interference, took the ball over for)
le touchdown. When the Lions
tried for the extra point they
sed the kick and tried to run P
? . ine kick ana inca io run u,
but fumbled the ball. At the end
of the first Quarter the score
LCHS 6 and Alumni 0
and Alumni 0.
LCHS Plays Alumni
In 6 to 6 Tie Game
During the second quarter neither
team got into scoring position, and
at the end of the half it was still
6 to 0 in favor of LCHS.
No other score was made until
the first half of the last quarter
when Bud Beagle of the Alumni
passed to Dale Purdy over left end.
Bale was downed just over the goal
line which made the score 6 to 6.
The Alumni tried a right end run
for the extra point, but the runner
was downed,
one more bid • for the game, but
not having the time, the game end
ed in a 6 to 6 tie.
The starting lineup for the LCHS
Lions was: Duane Meuli Art Purdy,
Bobby Purdy, Paul Hobson, backs;
Walt Chalcraft, LE; Dale Holder,
The Alumni made
RE; Leo Peltier, LT; Don DeShazer,
RT; Robert McKenzie, LG; Orvil
Richards, RG; Jimmy Peltier, C.
Subs were; Gene Johnson, Gale
Holder, Don Payton, Everett Rich
mond, Hubert McKenzie and Ted
Harvey.
Good Squad Out For Football
Once again Lincoln County High
School sees the opening of the foot
ball season.
Thirty willing and able students
turned out the day after school
started. Four have dropped out
since then, which makes a good
sized squad for the new coach, Mr.
Buckley to work with.
Their practicing so far has been
composed of blocking and tackling
and learning plays. No definite
positions have been assigned to any
particular person yet.
LCHS Football Schedule
The following games will be play
ed by the LCHS Lions:
at Whitefish, Oct. 5 at Libby, Oct.
12 at Columbia Falls.
A date is being held open for
the Kalispell game here.
Sept. 28
with the various high
These films will
in every department
school for educational purposes.
Running time for each film
. usually 11 to 12 minutes but some
I wm run as long as 45 to 50 minutes,
?r° avera ® e , showing will be seven
* a w ? ek
| Last spring the board for LCHS
purchased a Bell & Howell Filmo
sound 16mm projecter.
Films are purchased by the high
schools and deposited in the State
Pdm Library at Helena which now
bas approximately eighteen hund
red films on deposit.
; -
Tobacco Valley Grange
, The Tobacco Valley Grange met
In regular session September 24th.
Balloting on candidates proved
favorable.
Sister Jean Jackson reminded the
Grange of the bazaar this fall and
fbe Harvest-Supper. The dance re
Fort was given by Mary Jackson.
Brother Moses of the Agricultural
( ommittee reported on the actions
°f the O. P. A. in regard to farm
products and its effect on the mar*|san.
kets. An article was read in regard
to the Grange adopting a policy on
the bills that will be
at the next
Fi, m Program Inaugurated
LCHS teachers have selected
proximately two hundred and
twenty-five films to be shown i
connection
school subjects.
be used
ap
coming up
regular Legislature,
otber Murray urges Grangers to
ins * ruct their delegates in these
ma ttcrs before the State Session
ln Prober. Discussion followed in
which several patrons expressed a
dc . -S ' re bave the legislative com
m * ttee draw up resolutions to pre
ser ! t at our nex t meeting, Oct. 8.
, A communication from State Mas
ter Weydemeyer was read pertain
mg to the State Session and also
explaining the extension fee now
a ^cting candidates.
Brot her Anderson gave the dance
|re E? rt °i Se P tem ber 21.
The Grange voted to make an
ade 6 u . ate donation to the National
Building Fund. The Grange was
sorrowed by the death of Brother
ohn Helms. The charter was duly
ara P ed lr > his memory.
Lards of Thanks were read from
ab ^ Pe ] t,( T- A 8 nes Badgely and
.u
th °! The^fiLT plïnTwere made for
which will be ob
H £,
pîCgr^ 0 howler ^^mbers ap
and £iared r ' q memDers ap
1 Josephine Webb won first nlace
1 ter^black^otit for a ckirkv number
f darky t n . umber '
B^^ L^ßbty accompanied them on
u Th „ rranaa n, oc .
nt . America" and "The 8 Churoh In^hl
çict.rc »ni iPr
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\ % ?i!.A, P duet .
Ed l P prepared
,OVely bnthda y table
Hnsnit'il
piio t u ♦ c
E 'A a , Job JÎ, ston Se P'
tember 24th Dale Gene Bright,
( Sept. 28; Mrs. Herman Owens on
! A* „ .. . .
, Admitted.—-Mrs. Edwin Butts had
I Anthon^Dillon ^daughter^on S^t'
I oo y 3 daUg t r ° n bepr
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j Roosevelt Grade School
Roosevelt Grade Scbeolministrahnn
to again display a card on its bul
Min board announcing 100 per cent
j members of its teachers in M. E. A.
ti u . fifth e.-ade has a nnar>
i ' u i, 1 »t ° ./??• a banar J •
brought by Mary Alice ©wens,
vvhich is greatly admired by all.
Janet Smith has entered the 4th
j g ra de and Diana Smith, the 2nd.
mis-(These eirls are daughters of 9wild
1 e dau S hteis °t ^yvitd
Hutton Smith, a former Eureka
resident who is now hosnitalized in
-° 18 hospitalized, in
L San l ranclsco ,. P ey are , makmg
their home with, their grandmother,
Mrs. Hutton, on the old Winslow
ranch.
Dale Bright of the 3rd grade was
absent last week due to a tonsilec
tomy. !
The 7th grade is working on an
Indian exhibit of articles made by
the pupils
rp. . *i , . .
The teachers thoroughly enjoyed
a sumptuous "Stuffer" on Friday
evening as guests of Mrs. Nora
Pomeroy at her cabin on Glen Lake.
the
Tom C. Quirk kindly furnished the
transportation.
The gracious hos
pitahty of the hoste» was genuinely
appreciated by all who attended.
New
Columbia and Majestic
Records - Davis Albums
Music and Accessories
MELODY MUSIC SHOP
512 Mineral
• Bob Bigelow
THE WESTERN
Nuggets
Joe Gibbons left Thursday
Bozeman where he is to resume
work at M. S. C.
Billie Roe left last week for Mos
cow, Ida., where he will enter
University in the coming year.
Miss Connie Roe left Thursday
for Tacoma, Wn., after spending
vacation at the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs.ÜBert Roe. Con
nie is in her second year of Cadet
training at the St. Joseph's Hos
pital.
Mr. and Mrs. Green spent the
week in Eureka visiting relatives.
The Baptist Aid will meet at the
home of Mrs. B. G. Drake Thurs
day, Oct. 10.
'Mrs. Chester Clark entertained the
4th and 5th grade Sunday school
class to an afternoon of horseback
riding after which they were ser
vcd a delicious dinner Saturday,
Sept. 28.
Mr. and Mrs. Chester Clark made
a business trip to Kalispell last
Monday. Rev. and Mrs. Lewno
accompanied them.
Mrs. Nora Pomeroy is home from
her business trip which she took
back East.
Dick Peltier has arrived home
f rom Missoula where he had heerf
with the Smoke Jumpers during the
past summer.
Mrs. Burr Alverson accompanied
Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Klinke as far as
Troy on Saturday where she spent
the week-end with her son and
family, Mr. and Mrs. Manley Alver
Mrs. James St. Peter and daugh
ter, Peggy Ann. arrived in Eureka
Thursday night to visit her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Humphery F.l
Mott and to attend the wedding of
her cousin, James J. Harris,
Jim Whitycomb is home from the
Army with a discharge. He is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whity
comb, of Eureka,
Twelve ladies of the Royal Neigh
bor Lodge traveled to Libby in the
Burch bus last Wednesday where
they attended the Royal Neighbor
convention,
Dale West arrived home Sunday
night to soend three days with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Os car West
Dale is serving in the U. S. Army
and must report back to West Vir
ginia on October 6th.
Mr. and Mrs. John Vosgrove of
Honolulu are the proud parents
of a baby daughter. Mrs. John
Vosgrove is the former Emmaline
Cael who spent many years in Eur
eka.
!
**MA PLANS SCHOOL
LUNCH PROGRAM
oÄWM i
jf^schffduring t^comfng year
has been announced by R. J. Me
?!; nna- . Prod uction and Marketing
^ministration Director for Mon
" The a ß reement between the De
oartment of Agriculture's PMA and
the Mcptana Department of Public
Welfare, named by GoveFnor SarA
C ' Ford . as the state administering
agency, is made under the recently-)
signed Sch ° o1 Lunch act- " McKenna 1
stated. "This act provides for a I
permanent school lunch program !
with greater responsibility for ad
ministration and support asumed by I
states- The state agrees to match)
Federal allocations with funds
which include credit for local con -1
tributions of food, labor and equip
rnent and income from sale of Um- 1
ches to children. Past experience I
m \ UnCh pr " grams Sch ° ols
Montana indicates that Federal
funds would have been more than ,
SntidDated^os^to^ht
" f °*
The s~hool lunch
operated in the st-Pe nrevin-i^lv
a vear-to-vear b-'sk unH V t 'i
1 -. tai > car bas . is »ndei t u
partment of Agriculture.
the l')4î-4fi ç f . hr.nl
anc j non-profit rrivite
the state participated
rani Montana law nroliil-il
■ ' t ^ , , n : ana J- iw . prohibit.-. !
private schools from sharing in dis- j
bursement of EeHenl t.,nHc
1 ral funds or 1
meeting the matching requirement,
the lunch program in private schools
will be handled by the PMA state
office at Bozeman,
The new act, designed to promote
the health and well-being of the
Nation*5 children and encourage Io
cal use of abundant ferm crops,
continues the nutritional standards
tbat wer e in effect under last year's
program. Schools participating in
the program must agree to make !
lunches available to all children in I
the school without discrimination !
and regardless of ability to

h;
program
Dm-ip;; j
year, 150 public I
schools in
in the prog
on
pay.
The act also provides money for !
the purchase of lunch
room equip-1
ment. Allocations for this
purpose
will be made to individual public
schools as determined by the Mon
NEWS, LIBBY. MONTANA
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REXFORD NEWS
Bridge Club:
The first
Club
meeting of the Bridge
v v 'i, as . , ld at the home of Mrs.
, • L. Madden Friday
Lloyd DePratu
{JfJj UU t r a Xf 1 *ng P rize went to
1 I>< He LaByer and the consola
tion lo Mrs. John Gaertner.
evening. Mrs.
was high score win
A son
T?«» i „ was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Eldon Butts, September 26.
Ml , 11 ^napp, three-year-oid son of
■ and Mrs. Oak Knapp, wander
ed away from his home Friday
morning. He was missing for sev
eral hours before his whereabouts
was discovered. School children,
c d 1J available townspeople
searched for him all afternoon,
mree men, who were looking over
bmber land, came upon the
small lad in the vicinity of Phil's
ford' about four miles from Rex
. Harold Anderson left Thursdav
nig: t for Whitefish and the Spotted
Bear country to join a party of Elk
nun tors.
A > pm ont of new books have
d at the Rcxford Branch Lib
and Mrs.
, Darrell Leigh ty
woro Friday callers in Kalispell
Mrs. Parrish, a sister of Welling
ton Brock, and her two sons, and
r ;, '' ^ r ® d . Maxwell of Drummond
Island, Mich were guests at the
WGbngton Brock homo the past
Richard Gaertner left last
for Naples, Ida., where he
->o relief operator of six
week
will
, ,, weeks.
. , ; and Mrs. Ralph Burlingham
ot 1-ibby wore callers here the first
of the week. Ethan Butts return- j
ed with them to Libbv for a visit i
M-. and Mrs. Hal Hanchett of,
Kalispc.l were callers here Satur- i
day. Mr. Hanchett lived here
era I years ago.
Mr and Mrs. Art Brock of Lib
bv. Mr. and Mrs. Judd Mills of
bnokane and Mrs. Ervin Sahnow
of Stockton, Calif., were here to
attend the funeral of Mrs. Welling
ton Brock,
Forrest Johnson, son of Tom
Johnson, has been seriously ill the
past two weeks and is receiving
medical attention at the Clark hos
pital.
sev
Jim Whitmarsh has returned to
his home in Big Harbor. Allen Dar
ling accompanied him to Washing
ton.
Charlie
C l yde Smith. Jr., and "Dutch"
SSSS, Ï Ämond
Wellingto^ BrockThome. he re C e. n ved
the sad news that her two year old
grandchild passed away suddenly
last week.
returned to Rexford
last week from a successful
hunt.
tana Department of Public Welfare,
and to private schools by the State
PMA office.
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CLARK'S HOSPITAL
Eureka. Mont.
C. A. CLARK. M. D.
DR. t. T. DICKINSON
Dentist
EUREKA POST NO 74
Eureka Post No. 74 American
Legion meets the first and
third Friday of every month.
All veterans cordially welcome
Com'dr—JAMES L. HURST
Adj.— E. L. HENSON
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For Christmas Iree Workers
SHIELDSKIN - A cream that makes the
removal of pitch easy - $1.02 size .
New DuPont Neoprene Rubber Gloves
Curved fingers for crampless comfort - Non-slip fin
ish holds wet slippery ^objects more safety than bare
hands . . .
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