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Eureka News
Morrison - «trwncnn
On Spnfpmhi.r o,..i in ,u.. »»„ t u
odist Church iii Kalisneli Thelma
Morrison and Robert E Stevenson
were united in marrineê Reverend
Van de Mock nerformed fh ™ "
monv The counle were eitenrirri
bv Mr Ind Mm 1 Thomas sM-Xil
c f Fv Ubsh rhon,as
After .iV . t, ' ..... , AT. ,
Mrs! Stevenson win' béat thèir home
7 Wi t Maiket Street B- •'
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Court News
Police Court:—Merton Hunsinger
Jr. was fined $50 and a 30 day jail
sentence suspended on pavment ot
line: Jim Skelly was fined $10 for
drunkeness: Mr. Van Horn of Lib
by was fined $25 and a 30 day sus
pended jail sentence on pavment
of fine for drunkeness; Leo O'Brian
was fined $100 foiy reckless driving.
Justice Court:
Fred Banning was
fined $27.50 for worthies Schecks.
Dinner Party
A dinner
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n wit.
Mr.
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Aug ust
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Richmond. Cal iff
a. Mr. and M
pok; a - . Mr. a
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Gareth. Everett ;
i'n m oon Fal's Mr. ;
Mrs. Dunm Johnson of Thompson
Fnb-, Mm I. .is .lonn-n cf Kalis
pell. Mrs. Re va Shea and two chil
ron Kick: - and Kl lagen- a ■ i M
Myrtle Bohag and three chilir
Carsam. Kay. and Billy of EurcT
The only Johns n children abee
were Mrs. Ik; Vetter and Myi on. :
mn was home in July from Ang
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Camp, on
Lon.
vaca
All families returned to their re
spective home: the evening of Aug
ust 22nd.
L.r.H.S. Alumni To liqiiador
former resident
graduate of Lined
■; in Eureka an
relatives and his
Mr. Cell
Cole.
Leslie Cole,
Eureka, and a
County High v.
Fortine, visiting
many friends,
of Mrs. Frances
kav:m: soon far F
has cntere i th< Mi
Baut ist Mi.o-h.ns In ; ,
Arneiicn.
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Birthday Party
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Guests wi se Mr. and M
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Alfiod PeJtier. Mrs. Juhn P
; no children and a house /air
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Curtis. Nancy Clark, Gloria
lund and Mr. and Mrs. Hunk Gran
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News Notes of Interest
Bernard Benson, son of Mr. and
Mr; L. E. Benson, who has b'vn
attending barber school in Spokane.
arrived hume Wed nés- ay and is
now employed at the Leonard Bar
ber Shop.
Humphrey J. Elliott spent Sat
Y iTy
2 Great New Engines
Choose either the V-8 or
^ Six. Up to 10%
(Ml increase in gas
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'i He? !>cd a reception like
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No ccr we've evy s
Ford Forty Hirer. No ccr ever received such v.hole
hearted praise. And no wo..der! inside end out, it's new
in every way . . . and you helped design if! In letters,
surveys, personal interviews, you told Ford what you
wanted. See "The Car cf the Year" at our showrooms.
Come in soon. You'll be just as excited as we are!
COME /A/ TODAY !
SEE TES POETS iWJBQ
at your ford dealers !
STANDARD MOTORS
PHONE 144
Libby, Montana
I
day in Kalispell, transacting busi
ness.
Mr. and Mrs. George Russell left
Monday for their home in Cheyenne.
Wyo., after spending the past month
visiting at the home of Mrs. Rus
sell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed
Hendrickson.
Tommy, Ann and Janet Skelly
arrived in Eureka Wednesday after
spending a week in Spokane visit-1
ing their father, Tom Skelly.
Ralph Hendrickson of Fairbanks.
Alaska, returned to his work after
a two weeks slay at the Hendrick-1
j san home.
1 George Drake left Wednesday
for Portland, Ore., where he
i :lU end Trade School. ,
Mrs - Sara Hai 'P er came from Mis
sou,a to sta - v a whi,e with Mr. and
Mrs. Hendrickson.
Miss Bettv Granger arrived ini
I Eureka Wednesday to spend the
Labor Dav holidavs with her par-i
ents. ' '
Roose,' son ; of _ Mayo Roose.
,ul P° int Barrow, is visiting in Ear
l 'r :a -
if
Hencir'c'rf^ié areffti
mother viisted iha
sons at Lis V-■ 1
Ralph
Dana :
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rlend!
Sr. returned to tl:
ira Ben:
n ■
■ .si
r-t. Edna
I- V
anie
; \ orm.nLeiv
V« r c no .
nbe:
»> u 1 Mere
-tupped fur
a few days in
• i:t relatives.
r. an ; Mrs A. H. Kansan spent
ly in Kalispell last week. The
■ accompanied by Mr. and Mrs
Lui's Alv.i on and Fred Anderson,
Word h
,v
Oi - n r chived from Lie
Dr. Lowell family of their safe ar
rival in Cleardon, Tex., on
■'ur;y evening, Sept,
sends word of their
Tie a
She also
friend Jack
Sommions who visited at the Glen
cabin this summer of being
car accident which proved to
Lak
aft- • spending two weeks with her
and Mrs. Vernie Pei
be quite serious.
Miss Lois Benson of Spokane
spent the Labor Day holidays vis t
with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
E L. Benson.
Ramona Peltier left for M
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parents. Mr.
n 1
Bill Gvvynn and Bob Mason spen
vacation in Eureka
the Labor D
They are attending college at
unilia, Wash.
Mrs. Bob Purdy and brother Ci-t
, ford Voorhees returned to Spokane
continue their studies
after a shun vacation at h >;r.e ir.
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■■is on Ltibor D.ia ulv
\. K. ilanson. Mr. an
I\ ir:i and ehJuren a:
er^onson.
:V!iv. Cleo Torrey \v»
from Hungry Hor^e over tiw
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hoir.
weCiC-onM.
Dur ;vin Stevens sp' nt the p— a
two w< eks at ids home in Eureka
to Spokane Mond;.,
i.tten ling the f,'
ret in*
h
:-w!Vo.l.
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Mr. and Mrs. Duane McNaughton
and Yynn, and Mr. and Mrs, Tun.
r-ncc Jr. and Butchie and Jack M
•i a lighten spent Labor Day visiting
p Ferme at the home of Mrs. Ella ,
besides his own were.
those of Henry Lenarz. Orville West
i
j McNaughton.
; Leo O'Brian had the misfortune
I to hit three- cars while go.n
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. ain street Sunday evening. Car
j and Marion Frost. Mr. O Brim
jpaid all damages.
t Mr. and Mrs. Fred Olsner of Chin
I ook. weer guests at the James Evty
j home lest week.
I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wagner
! have moved to the R. L. Fagan
nouse. Mr. Wagner works at
i Gibbons garage,
1 Mr. and Mrs. Herb Fleming
turned Monday from a visit to Cald
well. Ida., where they spent several.
I days at the home of their daugh-j
iter. Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Zack
ary.
1 Bob Voorhees of Chicago and
I Dick Hyers ol Seattle spent several
wiiijdavs ;n Eureka before leaving foi
a trip oh the Kootenai in a boat
The details of the trip will be pub
I lishfd at a later date if possible.
Mrs. Ethel Blackstone of Chinook
was a visitor at the home of Mi
and Mrs. James Evey last week,
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Miles left 1,
iSpokane Sunday on business.
; Mrs. Fnm-t B-mev and t
mu ten ! Gieat

Falls
days vis
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arriv-'d
sntno
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i.t.tak Baney.
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! K. Chun h. Supervisor
Thurs J,.
were in Farcka
. wellarv a alter:
: men
a
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and
Liacol
compensation lor
spent several da
norm end of the- count's
interviewing employers.
s Benson. ttaughU-r ■ ■
!'s. E. I , Ecnsoni. an
n Campb. II, daughter i
i E. Price, arrive
;ka Wednesday fi ini So; tti
îp.ey had bi- n employed fn
m
mtac: ,
Mr. :-mi M
Mr. .. ! Mr-. 1
. ;n Fu.
Jwh-.-ie
wdh tnc
and Mrs. Ralph Johnson an !
and Gayle of
■.and. Calif , arrived in Eureka
erinesday cf August 18 by car
. .-:t Mr. John > parents.
..ml y T r.-. Cr ville Johnson. Tl;—
■ am ; ; .mied from Spokane
by Mr. and Mrs..Eldon Johnson.
' ■>*! i Mr a. George Davis spent
the last week visiting in Canada,
v . and .Mrs .L.nn Westgaarci
Kichland, Wash.
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mi in routa ta her home Irani ti.r |
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of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Alavana.
Mr. and Mrs. Edin Verden bei g |
and Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Vit- |
ck-nberg visited in Billings and at
F c a bey last week.
^Ir. and Mrs. Bun-
AI vers; *n
spent the week-end of August 22
at Vaak at the home of their son!
and family. Mr. and Mrs. Manley
A Iverson They were accompanied
, oy Fred Alverson.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stroud of
Kennewick. Wash., spent the week
the'end visiting relatives in Eureka.
Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bravo of Dav
re-import. Wash., spent tire week-end
j visiting at the home of Mrs. Bravo's
parents. Mr. and .Mrs. Tom Price
Sr.
Walter Gibbons and two sons, Jim
;mf ' John spent Labor Day m Gla
cier Park.
Jim Howe and Don Benson spent
Sunday in W h.tfl;-ii attending the)
Regatta.
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it
) Mr
Clark
F.llis
spent
i; attending the
an
■ondav in Whiti •
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rh attending the
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c;. ; : ; ku ' 1er. Helen Vlas.ik
Sni'luaie \ . :ted with Mr. and
Shaw Sunday aftern:
Berg visile
in.
Postmaster Julius
si n Art and family
! ;J ■ i Dav.
IV,,nk Wilson is building i o 1
a r tills Week.
School stalled this morning (Tues
with Mrs. Van Ne ;,s tr-achv
at Trig'
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CORNER MINERAL AVENUE AND HIGHWAY NO 2 ■
' estimated 222.052 big game animals.
Other totals include: 38.602 white-1
j tail deer; 31.543 elk ; 26,029 antelope;
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NEW and USED
194(i—Special Deluxe Plymouth. 4-cloor sedan.
1941—Oldsmohile. Torpedo body, 2-door sedan.
1947—Ford One-ton pickup.
1938—Chevrolet pickup.
New 1948 Dodge truck. 2-ton. C. O. F. 1 1-inch
wheelbase, two-speed rear end. S:2ô x 2!l 12-ply
tires, booster brakes. j(; fool. I inch frame for bed.
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but boundary
i its size, and i
;overnment was
About 1869 it wa mov
The county wa
J the United Slat
near the mouth of Cat
udder in 1862. Dm mg the next two
tablishment
The
principal industries
And within its borders
; run through the
untn-s
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,i Citv. Whitehall. Clancy. Cura t am
atiun is nearly 5.000.
tot kraising and farming.
prings. Three railro
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v ' 1 F'uhÜAher I'hilipsbtirg Mai!.
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anaconda coppku mining company
"VA'i ls i'«r a Greater ami More Pro per >:
Thi-' is a project t ha t should include all
tana
ms.
8,003 black bear; 4.802 mountain
goats; 3,664 moose; 1,235 mountain
Isheep and 692 grizzly bear.
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