Fnreka M d ^ °
Eureka, Mont and Mr. Lester Chris
fS„ s ™ of . "L,. and ^rs. C L
g"2f*««n v° f 35th Avenue,
oeattie, Wash., were married Thurs
oay evening, Feb. 20, in the Chris
tensen s home. J
*" e Ke Y; Gordon Dickie, of the
Madrona Presbyterian Church, of
riciated at the services. Mrs Mari
Rudy Neuner, of Seattle, was the
Miss Scouten chose for her mar
nage, a gold dressmaker suit, with
brown accessories. She carried a
small bible, which has been in the
family for over a hundred years,
and purple orchids. Mrs. Torgesorç,
her matron or honor, wore a light
grey suit with red alligator accès
sones. Her flowers were white
gardenias and red carnations. Miss
June Christensen, sister of the
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groom, was the candle lighter at
the marnage service»
The wedding was followed by a
reception m the home, attended by
close friends of the bride and groom,
Mr ®-. Harr y Scouten attended .the
wedding and will return to Mon
tana Saturday evening.
After Mr. and Mrs. Ch.istensen
return from Vancouver, B. C., they
will make their home in Seattle,
where Mr. Christensen is with West
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inghouse Electrical X Ray Division,
Lincoln Electric Cooperative
There will be a meeting of the
Lincoln Electric Cooperative in
Eureka Saturday afternoon^ March
, at 2.00 p. m. in the CŸO hall,
a .l W<? D as , an /. °* he , rs
interested in the Rural Electnfi-i
C v! tl0 ii I?* B aste rn Lincoln County
* b ° u:ld .u bc P rc f ent ' S1 4 nce tbl V S pr ? b '
c J. * b . e a * st meet ing before the |
riol 1 !» tl0 k lr ) . thl . s dist- i
net is submitted to Washington, D.
An° r . appro y a j
Any last minute recommendations |
SLlw U J 18 311 ™ e ™ bcr ? hips
h uld bo presented at this time,
There is also a new regulation con
cermng membership fees which
must be voted or. at this meeting,
T' h if 15 u co f m f mu ? lt y cn -
SS?J ie „„ ben s ef l evc 7
individual, and now is the time to
Sm&ir«iH OU n lde » as ^' el, . as yOUr
complaints. D. R. Weydemcyer,
Mrs. Bert Roe, Mrs. John Mor
gan, Mrs. Hubert Helms, Mrs. How
ard Helms and Mrs. Sarah Snyder
were called to Chehalis, Wash., due
In il^w d c- att i 3 bro i!? er '
in-lau, John A. Fredrickson. They
also received the news of the death
of Harris Snyder nephew and
grandson, ^ from thé veterans hos- j
pi w' P /S rt j an w p re ' f if i
Mrs. G L. Weber, formerly from
Eureka flew in from Seward
Alaska, to attend the funeral of
John À. Fredrickson of Chehalis.
w-,ok ... .
Wash,, and to visit with her son
Earl and family at Spokane.
Senior Rifle Club
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S'* . Z ery T H es
d ?^, I ? I ® bt lbe fleeting
?f, Febru ? r .^f 18th offtecre were elec
ted as follows. P^s., Lyle Rl ch
mond; vice-pres., Clifford Johnson;
range master, Kenneth Hooper; ex
ecutive officer, Tom E. Price, Sr.;
secretary, Donald Boslaugh; treas
urer, Vernie Peltier.
There were about 30 present and
it looks as though Eureka could eas
ily have an expert rifle team.
The Senior Rifle Club meets at
June Valenzuella, licensed opera
tor, is now working in the Arnold
Beauty Shoppe. June has fourteen
years experience, the last seven
years in Los Angeles Calif
years in Los Angeles, Calif.
Dismissed:—Robert M. Green, on
Feb. 19; Marvin J. Green. Feb. 19;
Mrs. David Butts and son. Feb. 24;
Mrs. Ross McKenzie and son. Feb!
Admitted:—Claudia McAllister on
Feb. 21 with pneumonia; Mrs. Law
rence Butts on Feb. 21; Süe Ellen
Brown, Feb. 22; Mrs. Ross McKenzie
on Feb. 17.
L. C. H. S. Lions "Champs"
The LCHS basketball team really
went over the top when they
brought both the. Conference Trophy
and the Championship Trophy to
Eureka. They won a smashing vic
tory in a hard fought game over
Libby, Saturday night in a sensa
tional comeback ending with a score
of Eureka 48, Libby 44. The Lions
astonished the Terriers with a daz
zling first period attack for 24
points in a spectacular scoring
spree, to gain a lead which they
held throughout the final game, j
The Lions had lost to Libby the
night before with a score of 38-46, ;
and was forced to play Poison Sat
urday morning before the final
game with Libby. Our boys played
with the energy and speed of a
fresh team and was more than Lib
by could stop.
The Columbia Falls basketball
gym was filled to capacity. Each
team was supported by their home
town and the Eureka section went'
wild when the Lion Champs cap
tured both trophies.
Captain Gwynn was awarded the
well earned prizes by the team,
and the broad smiles of the boys
and Coach Buckley were well worth
the trip just to see. The proud
coach will take his team to Ana
conda for the State meet in March.
The Lions not only won two tro
phies this year, to add
but are instrumental in the plac
ing of a New Electric Score Board
to our school
in the LCHS gym. The team has
f th ° two sollcitors - Tom E. Price
and John McKenzie in raising the
- mone y to buy the score board. The
score board has been ordered
( will be installed as soon as it can!
be obtained. A list of all donators
j and their donations will be pub
lished in the near future.
! The LCHS Lions have done well.'ica
The trophies are on display at the
EUrA * Üfül
LCHS Travels Across Border
Two buses and two cars i oade d
with players ànd spectators made
their way across the Canadian line
and over muddy roads to Fernie,
B. C., Saturday, Feb. 15.
After meeting those who were
[ entertaining them overnight the
: teams went to the gymnasium and
the girls' game was put underway,
The Fernie girls defeated the LCHS
, After the girls' game the Fernie
and LCHS boys came out on the
fi oor . During the first half the
"B" squad of LCHSmlayed, losing to
the Fernie team 14-17
j The second half saw the "A"
squad overcoming the lead from a
stubborn Fernie five
I The game ended with LCHS on
the long end of a 43-27 score with
Gwynn leading with 12 points for
coaches were Fernie's guests at a
banquet. The team captains were
introduced and the principals of
both schools spoke a few words to
BYU Honored. With Party
j Mrs. Homer Garrison gave an ice
skating party at Tier home on Teb.
11 th for the Baptist Young People's
class. It was a grand evening for
skating, since the ice on the pond
was frozen hard and was smooth.!
Pumo-pump-pull-away was played
on the ice and also hockey. Some !
played crack the whip which landed
a f ew on dle | ce
By 6 p. m. the skaters went to
the Garrison home and a lunch was
serve d by Mrs. Garrison and Mrs.
Kenneth Hooper. The lunch was
decorated with hearts in honor of
St. Valentine's Day. The lunch con
sisted of jello salad, sandwiches,
scalloped noodles, and tuna fish,
cocoa - vanilla and chocolate heart
shaD e d cookies, a large white cake
with white frosting trimmed with
rod hearts and ice cream. For en
tertainment the gossip game was
started at the table.
The American Legion Auxiliary
me t Friday evening, February 21
at the Legion hali wit h a good
crowd in attendance,
Members were saddened to learn
Of the passing of Mrs. Inez Dier
„an-s father , j, j. Green. Mr.
Green was on old timer in
munity and will be greatly missed, j
Mrs. Barbara Morgan and Mrs.
Elizabeth Roe wer e called to Wasb
inton by the passing of a brother
in-law of Chehalis and a nephew at !
The illness of a member, Mrs. j
Doris Broderick was reported. Also!
! Mrs. Thomas Price Jr. was said to;
be j n tbe whitefish hospital.
; M rs. Addie Scott was asked to
take charge of the Poppy Program
due to the illness of Q ur chairman,
jyj rs Broderick
A dinner is being planned for
March 16th celebrating the birth
day of the Legion.
Mrs. Mable Peltier was appointed
chairman for the dinner and Mrs.
Pursuant^tn^RpsolnHmf f i
adon t Pf 4 Fehnnrv f ae t .
S ed nf F t y M 24 ' f ^ tl ? e
°«iI rU |!l ea 1 °^® Ll ?, co 1 i n
(County High School, there will be
sold at Pub i ic Auction on SATUR
DAY, MARCH 8, 1947 at 2:00 p.
fÄ^st ' f ^ onta " a ' , to
~® t h i^ st , h ^ ld f d f 1 1 ' for „ ^ ash '. b Y
d !^. the followin ^ described
Lots 4 & 9, and the easterly
30 feet of lots 3 & 10 of Block
6, DeMers Second Addition to
Said lots shall be subject to the
stipulation and reservation that they
shall be used for dwelling purposes
only—the dwellings to cost not less
than $5000.00 each. Right is reser
ved by the Board of Trustees to
reject any or all bids.
B. G. DRAKE
W. J. ANDERSON
(2 Times - February 27 - March 6)
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. BENSON
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After the business meeting the
following Americanism program.
was given and enjoyed by both Leg
ion and Auxiliary members, un
told with the aid of a flag chart,
by Lucy Frost. Georgie Cook. Wil
|™e Ambrose. Sandra Killaui. Le la
and|W etze l. Esther Boorman and Jean.
Kearney. Respect to the flag was
demonstrated by Donald Bright and
Raymond Eberth. Philip Barney
j an d Jimmy Broderick sang, 'Amer
The Beautiful" as a duet ac
companied by Mrs. W. Harvey. Miss
[Josephine Webb.favored with a VO
Ca L S ° °' G ° d Blcss Arnenca -
1710 moving pictures were shown
!—'^ e The People" and "America
i . -_
There have been many cloudy days during January
and February ... A lack of Sun-shine Vitamins
be affecting your children.
The children's Vitamin Capsules restore this de
ficiency ... A whole months treamtent for
The Eureka Drug Store
The Store with a purpose, "to serve you r
H. WITH Y COMBE, Ph. G„ Proprietor
ACROSS FROM POST OFFICE
Carter Gas & Oil
Miller Tires & Tubes
Come In and See Us For
New or Rebuilt Motors
SERVICE YOU SWEAR BY - NOT AT!
ED L. NICHOLAS
HAROLD A. OTT
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Lowest priced car with Fluid-Drive.
Smoothest performance in history;
leads its field
The car that- is
sales and demand.
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mode, and oofTw to Teeion Sd
Aux, hary members andgiest*
Revolt (trade School ß
1 The Eureka Grade School will
into the finals, a bus will go down
Mrs. Wilfred Johnson and the
Rev, Lewno visited the 2nd grade
Mrs. Clifford Johnson visited the
1st grade on Thursday.
Mrs. Amel Swing and Miss Nancy
McLaughlin spent the weekend in
the Flathead. While there they at
lend,., the basketball tournament
and saw LCHS win.
Roy Wilson visited the 3rd grade
Henry Leonard and Mrs. John
t"( Thursday afternoon.
J?t shown ûnX , P ' cture
program educational mov.e
Geraldine Kuchenski and Joanne
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been decided to have sDecial dSvs
for preschool visitors Ä
visit with their mothers
Miss Claudia Price, daughter of
Is Agent For
Our Floral Service
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-416 Utah - We Deliver - Ph. 97 (
Progressive fanners have often l>een heard to call
their telephones "li: io stretchers." Wo guess they
say this because by telephoning they can get things
done in minutes that would otherwise take hours.
Erticicnt rural telephone service is vital to «very
farmer—and we arc working with all possible speed
to make I lie iitiesl service available for everyone.
'î ,r !** Mrs Th °"™ * *■» -
Eureka, became the bride of Jess
g Bravo son of Mr. and Mrs. C. I*
Bravo of 216 3rd St Hollister.
at '/a- fi^nnnn^t^R Febr H ary 15th
The ÄÄ ÏS light
on '**' ""
C. A. CLARK, M. D.
DR. E. T. DICKINSON
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