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Hiibird Receives
Appointment from
Washington, D. C.

Washington. D. C., April 2 — W. L
Hiibird, of Libby, Montana, has
been appointed instructor of the V.
F. W. Junior Rifle Club, it was an
nounced here today by the Nation
al Rifle Association as it granted
the organization a junior club char
ter in the NRA's national youth
program.
Membership in the new- club,
which will devote itself to the var
ious phases of target shooting, is
open to boys or girls under 18 years
of age. Under the able instruction
of Mr. Hiibird, the youngsters will
learn the fundamentals of rifle
shooting and the correct way to
handle firearms safely.
Elected officials of the new club
Are: Raymond H. Remp, president;
LaMoine Krighbaum, vice presi
dent; Howard D. Madison, executive
officer; and Lloyd K. Midyett, sec
retary-treasurer.
«5 DISABLED MONTANA
VETS RECEIVE CARS
Helena, — (U.R) — The Regional,
Veterans Administration office at
Fort Harrison has announced that
65 disabled Montana veterans have
been provided with automobiles at
government expense under the
"Autos for Amputees' legislation:^^
passed by congress m August, 1946.1
vjPîf vr^ reminded eligible dis
abed Montana veterans who have,j
not yet applied for the vehicles that
June 30, 1948, is the deadline for
submit ting applications.
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New regulations governing all
future school building construction
or remodeling have been drafted by
the State Board of Health under an
act of the 1947 legislature, accord-,
ing to H. B. Foote, director of the
Board's division of sanitary engine- i
cring. i
The regulations emphasize well-,J.
drained school sites, adequate ven
tilation, lighting, heating, and lava
tory facilities, and sanitary water j
supply and lunch rooms.
NEW STATE REGULATIONS
GOVERNING CONSTRUCTION
OF SCHOOL BUILDINGS
BILLINGS VOTES 1300
ADDITIONAL POPULATION
Billings, — (U.R) — The Billings
City Council has unanimously vot
ed to approve a petition to add 13
subdivisions containing about 1200
people to the city.
The subdivisions, containing ap
proximately 350 to 400 families
living for the most part in new
homes, includes about 180 acres.
Citizens have three weeks from
the date of publication of the notice
to protest the addition.
CHRISTIAN Y0ÜTH...IN action
18 young people from
Spokane, Washington—
on the platform
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will be
to present:
Singspiration time.
Instrumental combinatons.
Vocal selections
Testimonies from the heart.
God's Word--to the heart.
Jesus is real-today!

VERNON GROSS
Trombone Soloist





Friday and Saturday
April 9 and IO
GENEVIEVE AHLIN
Salutatorian - Rogers Hi
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LOIS GROSS
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LOWELL ANDERSON
Valedictorian - Rogers Hi
Everybody Welcome
Bowling Scores
For Past Week
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Honor roll: R Roberts._ 593; F.
Spencer. 571; L. Sleizer. 554: Buti.
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| L. S. W. Union 43 38
I Bowker Diät. (1 tie) 39 41
iJ & C Garage (1 tie) ...34 46
High single game, Swimley 286.
High three games, C. Bloom. 694.
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Honor Roll: B. Baeth, 5.52; Miller,
545; R. Roberts, 531; Larson, 548; i
Kemp, 527.
544: Miller 540.
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American Legion
Robertson Feed
Miller's Store .
Flying Servie
Forest Service .,.
Hotel Libby
Highlander Beer 39
Silver Loaf ..
High single game, R. Fowler, 284.
High three games, Erickson,
Solem, 714.
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Honor Roll: J. Roberts, 569; A.
Nelson. 526: T. Roberts, 500; Pet
rusha, 493; C. Bloom, 488.
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High three games, E. DeRosia. :
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Honor roll, 1. Verboncoeur, 49i;|
B. Petrusha. 490; B. Guenther, 423; h
A. Roberts, 421; M. Flesher, 418.
Brown's Hi-Power
Lincoln's Inn
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High single game, I. Brown 205.
High series, 1. Riddle, 526.
High series, team, with handicap,
V. F. W,, 3106. _
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WATERFOWL INVENTORY
POPULATION REPORT
The continental population of
wild ducks and geese has apparent
ly hit the bottom of the decline and
leveled off, according to the De
partment of the Interior, which also
states; "After analyzing all the data
turned in by our observers, it looks
as though we have about the same
number of birds this year as we had
last year. We have been unable to
detect any appreciable
either upward or downward in the
number of waterfowl."
change
. EUREKA NEWS
(Continued from Page 3)
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It is understood that an X-Ray
machine will be purchased by the
Tobacco Valley Improvement As
sociation to be installed in Dr. Gor
! don Smith's office. It will be placed
the hospital when built and at
[ SU ch t i me the pledges will be paid
jj n f u ]]. The T. V. 1. A. will own
tbe machine until it is installed in
the hospital. A percentage of fees
[charged for the use of the machine
will be withheld to make payment
the S2.000 machine until it is
paid for.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Paul and
Dickie spent the weekend at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Paul of Whitefish.
Mrs. James Broderick went to
Kalispell on Monday to spend a
few days visiting with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Smith.
Paul Morrison returned last week
from Anaconda where he has been
employed for the past several
weeks
Mr. Tuxell who has been opera
(j n g the telephone system in Eur
e j^ a for t he pas t year has purchased
thè ghell Service Station in Rex
ford from Tom LaByer.
Blll F ew k es and Lon Mackey flew
t0 p 0 i son un Sunday to attend a
meeting of the Northwestern De
velopment Association composed of
se verx counties.
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Mr. Fewkes and
Mr. Mackey were delegates from
The Tobacco Valley Improvement
Association of Eureka,
The T o w n Marshal, Wallace
Houde, has been on the sick list
for the past few days. Lloyd John
son has assumed his duties until
Mr. Houde is able to work again.
The telephones have been discon
.tinued in Eureka indefinitely.
Word has been recieved by
Grandma and Grandpa Gasahl of
the birth of a baby girl Edna Marie,
to Mr and Mrs Charles Zielinski
of LaSalle, Illinois. Mrs. Zielinski
s tbe f ormer j oyC e Gasahl.
The Royal Neighbor Sewing
Circle will meet at the home of
Mrs. Jess Bolen on Friday, April
16th, instead of at Mrs. James Brod
ericks as planned.
Sheriff Roy Livengood was a
business visitor in Eureka Monday
of this week.
Mrs. Wilma McClure went to Kal
ispell Sunday evening for medical
attention. Mrs. Carpenter will at
tend to her duties at the high
school during her absence.
Mrs. Alfred Peltier spent a few
days of last week in Spokane. She
attended the wedding of her daugh
ter, Hazel Smith and returned home
on Sunday.
Mrs. Nora Pomeroy returned to
her home in Eureka on Sunday af
ter spending the past month visit
ing a brother-in-law and a sister in
New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Felterly and
Mrs. Pomeroy were Sunday dinner
guests at the home of Mrs. Ethel
Long
Mrs John Morgan, Sr., returned
from Seattle, Sunday where she had
spent.the past two weeks. She was
accompanied home by her mother,
Mrs. Sarah Snyder.
Mrs. Bert Ferguson left Thursday
for Hardin, due to the serious ill
ness of her mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rhodes are
spending a three weeks vacation in
Hot Springs.
Llovd Gabriel, a student of Wash
ington State University at Seattle,
is spending a few days visiting at
the home of Mrs. G. W. Day.
There has been a series of petty
robberies in Eureka the past three
weeks Th Club was broken into
twice and the Montana Market was
broken into Sunday night. So far
the culprits have not been appre
hended.
Mr. and Mrs. Bill Henderson left
for Tw in Falls, Ida., Tuesday where
they plan to make their home.
Mrs. Ray Cole of Gateway was
a guest at the home of Mrs. G. W.
Day-, Friday of last week.
' Grade school election of Trustees
in school district No. 13 took place
in Eureka, Saturday, April 3rd. Re
tiring Trustees were Hank Leonard
and Howard Hanson. Mrs. Ruby
Stevens and Melvin Hansman were
elected to fill these vacancies for
three-year terms.
Out-of-town relatives here to at
tend the funeral of William Schagel
were two daughters, Mrs. Childs A.
Staples of Spokane and Mrs. Jack
Nelson of Seattle; two sons, Stanley
of Binghampton, New York, Billy
Of Kettle Falls, Wn.; three sisters,
of Mrs. Schagels, Mrs. Virgil Met
calf, Mrs. Charles Rankin, and Mrs.
Ann Yerkes with son and grand
daughter, all of Kalispell, also Mr.
John McGreagor, a brother of Mrs.
Schagels, also of Kalispell.
Dr. Gordon Smith spent the week
end at Helena on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Buhman of Zurich,
spent part of last w-eek visiting at
the Jim Evey home.
Mrs. A. W. Schroeder of White
fish spent several days visiting at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Withycombe.
Canadian Game Warden Osmond
of British Columbia was a Eureka
visitor on Monday- of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Burgess G. Drake
were dinner guests at the Kenneth
Hooper home Monday of this week.
Mr and Mrs. Arlyn Evey of
Whitefish spent Tuesday and Wed
nesday of last week, visiting at the
home of Mr. Evey's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. James Evey.
Mr, and Mrs. George Gasahl, Mrs.
Marie Bolen and son Bill were din
ner guests at the Jess Bolen home
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY - APRIL 9-10
The Peoples Choice
Nationally Advertised Brands As Advertised
In Life Magazine
ARMOURS
TREET
12 OUNCE
SLICED BEEF
2 Vi OUNCE
IVORY SOAP
MAXWELL HOUSE
COFFEE
POUND
UPTON'S
GREEN TEA
8 OUNCE .
DEL MONTE
GRAPEFRUIT SECTIONS
NO. 2-2 FOR
DICED BEETS
303 GLASS - 2 FOR
EARLY GARDEN PEAS
NO. 2 CAN .
RED SALMON
Is - TALL
HUNT'S
TOMATO SAUCE
8 OUNCE - 2 FOR ..
CAMPBELL'S
VEGETABLE SOUP
NO. 1 - 2 FOR . .
59c
51c
31c
49c
NO. 6
3 FOR
35c
SFIC AND SPAN
29c
49c
2 FOR .
PUSS AND BOOTS
CAT FOOD
8 OUNCE - 3 FOR
EAGLE BRAND
MILK
15 OUNCE
HI HO
CRACKERS
1 POUND
CIGARETTES
CAMELS, LUCKIES
CHESTERFIELDS - Carton ..
29c
20c
27c
65c
29c
13c
30c
1.68
29C
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BOLYARD'S BETTER MEATS
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Hamburger
Freshly Ground—Pound ....
Cottage Cheese
Carnation—Pound .
PLENTY OF FISH AND OYSTERS
Jowl Bacon
Morrells Frontier—Pound ..
Pork Steak
Pound ...
35c
45c
45c
25c
BOLYARD'S GROCERY AND MARKET
It Pays
Phone 105
Free
Delivery
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Wednesday of last week, the oc- 1
casion being Mrs. Marie Bolen's
birthday.
Mrs. John Westgaard spent last
weekend visiting in Spokane and
Richland, Wash.
Carl Anderson had the misfor
tune to hit the back of Marion
Frost's car which was parked on
Main street early Sunday morning,
Both cars were damaged.
Harold Gilden went to Kalispell
Saturday of last w-eek to bring back
Mrs. Gilden and their new baby
daughter. He was accompanied by
Mrs. George Ramlow.
A public card party was held at
Grange hall Saturday night. A
large crowd attended
Road conditions around Eureka
this spring have been worse than
they have for years. All side roads
from the highway are practically
impassable with a car, and the
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streets m Eureka other than Main
street, are badly m need of repair,
Mrs. John Morgan, Sr. and Mrs.
Bert Roe went to Whitefish on busi
ness Monday.
the
Senior Class of
Libby High School
Proudly Presents
SJane £Lute
Thursday and Friday
April 1546
8:15 P. M.
Junior High Auditorium
ADMISSION: 35c and 50c
T—
BROWNIES ARE FOOTED
BY APRIL POOL CAKE
The Brownies of Mrs. Dinwiddie's
group met last Thursday. It was
Harriet's birthday a few days be
fore so we had a cake, but when
we tried to cut it we couldn't. It
was April Fool's Day and the "cake"
was a block of wood covered with
chocolate frosting.
We surely had a good laugh, but
as Harrietwas hostess, we also had
cake that her mother had made for
us. Then we played games out
side with Mrs. Oaks' Brownies.—
Germaine Leir, Scribe.
FRIFVn o honor mi«
HONOR MLS S
WITH BIRTHDAY PARTY
A surprise birthday party in
honor of Mlss Phyllis Rubard was
held Saturday at the home of Miss
Naola . Munsel, with Miss Margaret
as co-hostess.
Guests were Ilene Teske, Ramona
RemP) Delores Riddle, Pat Peder
son, Joan Larsen, Pat Olsen, Bever
ly Johnson and Jacqualine Gompl
Miss Rubard was the recipient of
many lovely gifts.

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