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EUREKA NEWS Friendly Neighbor's Club Members of the Friendly Neigh bor's Clum who will atiend the meeting on "Safety in the Home." presented by Miss Bessie McClel land, State Home Demonstration Leader are Mrs. Jean Johnson, Mrs. John Peterson and Mrs. Alfred Pel tier. This meeting is to be at Mrs. L. R. Van Vleck's home in White fish on October 4th. Baptist Church News The Rev. C. G. Hansen, of New York City, director of Juvenile Pro tection Program, visited in Eureka Monday and Tuesday. He consulted with leaders of the church and others about a program in the new ly acquired Parish House. He was the principal speaker at the Parish House Dedication service held at the Parish House Tuesday evening. A large number attended the din ner at the Baptist Church previous to the Dedication. Rev. M. E. Van de Mark spoke in behalf of the Methodist Church in the transfer of the property. The Septet of the Lin coln County High School Band ren -1 dered special music under the di- j rection of Miss Virginia Reed. j i i Rites For Mrs. Robinson And Children Mildred Ruth Livesay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Livesay of Shelby, Montana, was born Febru ary 2. 1921 at Sunburst, Montana. On May 6, 1939 she was married to Donald J. Robinson, and to this union was born five children. She attended the Presbyterian Church. They moved to Eureka last year and lived on the Morgan Ranch on St. Claire Creek. She and her three youngest children, Francis John age five, Shirley Ann age three, and Donald James age five months were killed instantly by a collision with Train No. 3 on the crossing at Trego, Montana, Friday. September 24. Burial was in the Fortine Ceme tery with Rev. Lewno officiating. She leaves to mourn her passing, her husband; two daughters, Mild red Jessie age 8 and Donna Mae age 6 besides three sisters, four brothers, her mother and father, nieces, nephews and a host of other j relatives and friends. "They are not dead! The body Thev" have but entered eternal only returns unto its own: life. They are not dead! Their spirit clothed With immortality reigns with the Saints, Around the great white throne. They are not dead! But clad in garments of perennial youth, They live within the Paradise of God." j 1 Rifle Club Reorganized Thirty-three boys have joined the j Junior rifle cub this year, and one girl. Officers were elected: Donald Leonard, president; George Ripley, vice president; Jim Peltier, secre tary. and Harold Gilden, treasurer, Alvin Kok was elected student council representative. The Senior Rifle Club will meet in the near future. Thank You We cannot find words to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to our friends and all others in the community who so generously helped us in every way in our hour of sorrow. Donald J. Robinson and little daughters, Mildred and Donna Mae The Entire Robinson families The Livesay Families Mr. and Mrs. Dan Marsh and family Mr. and Mrs. Herb Peck and family Mr. and Mrs. Bud Beilen Mr. and Mrs. Pete Kasky and family. Grange New-s Tobacco Valley Grange held its annual Booster night program Tues day, September 28. A large crowd was present. We were glad to have so many visitors. The program began with an Of ficers Seating Drill, followed by the usual precedent of opening the Bible and the Flag presentation. A prayer was given by the Chap lain, Mabel Peltier. Song. "Loves Old Sweet Song." by all. Master Anderson gave an address of Wel The Lecturer, Nell West, presented the Charter members, State officers, State and Pomona members. Then she asked Mr. Bos laugh to introduce the teachers. Next the ex-service men were pre sented and Mayor Stevens. The National Masters address was read by Naomi Mackey. Bina Hudson conducted a mixer, which created a great deal of amuse A tableau "The Harvester," Zelmar Moses as the Harvester, Maye Roose. Elsie Helms, Carol Ny berg and Nell West, singers, and Trina Harvey at the piano. Essay, "Grange Service to the Commun ity," by Jean Johnson. Poem, "The Farmer's Wife," by Margaret Wey demeyer. "History and Community Services of Our Grange," by Henry come. ment. [7 O O, DON'T OVERLOAD Lenarz. Play. "Lady Smellrose Buys a Hat." Jennie Alverson, Lon Mackey. Elsie Helms. Carol Nv berg and Howard Helms. Duet. | "When The Harvest Moon is Shin- 1 ing," and "Pm Lookine Over Four Leaf Clover" bv Mave Roose I and ELde Helms ' " , , a f„ 0 „ m , mcnts ,h° f < : ,' h ,'' r tatC T SU ' r Church in the Wildwood," by all. Closing of the Bible, Flag retire ment and Officers pickup conclud ed the program. Lunch was served by the ladies and everyone enjoyed visiting. T. B. Tests To Be Given The Mobile Unit will be held at the High School in Eureka the 12th 13thth and 14th of October. Every one is urged to go and have an X-ray taken of their chest, children under the age of 12 years unless they have symptoms of this terrible disease. The hours for Oct. 12th—1 to 5 p. m. and 7 to 9 p. m.; Oct. 13th—10 to 12 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m. and 7 to 9 p. m.; Oct. 14th—9 to 12 No m. No charges will be made, expense is from the Christmas Seals you have been buying each year. No one knows they have T. B. until the outward symptoms appear. X ray examinations of all adults in the community is the answer to finding tuberculosis early and will save a lot of suffering and lives, If you haven't been given a card come anyway and you will be taken care of. The town and community will be taken care of on days that will be most convenient. "Ouch" Lions Take Header The Lions fell Saturday in the Whitefish onslaught with a score of 26 to 0. Four of the Eureka boys were put out of the game. Hubert McKenzie with an injured shoulder. Dean Evin and Jack Ferguson with bad leg injuries and Gale Holder was overcome from exertion. Jim Peltier received a bad cut under the Lillian Circle Has Card Party The Lillian Circle held a card party at the Masonic Hall Friday night, October 1. pinochle and bridge was enjoyed, after which a delicious lunch was served. The tables were beautifully decorated with cut fall flowers. Six tables of eye. The Whitefish band in full uni form backed their boys with a par ade through main street to the foot ball grounds. The band was en joyed very much by Eureka. News Notes of Interest Mrs. Francis Filiatreu spent Thursday of this week in White fish on business. j | j | | | | j i ■ / * 0 I Come in to us for a FREE CARBURETOR INSPECTION It may— ★ Save Gas ★Perfc up «=£ Sluggish Car Performance iW Standard Motors Phone 144 615 Mineral I- -V u Wj )J>'/ h 4 J \ «eu» KOMt YOU* MARBlACl i, TOW («CACINIAT 8 I TOUR EDUCATION The KEY to HAPPINESS... is security. Each important step in your life depends largely upon financial secur ity. Save regularly here and be assured of the money for education, marriage, a fam ily, a home. Let us help you prepare for a bright future. The First State Bank of Libby I MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Mrs. Jane McGlenn and children of Whitefish attended the football Tparre at Eureka Saturday. The sidewalk in front of the Post being repaired. affice is Joe Young had the misfortune to ;cut his hand seriously while at woi ,Saturday. , * , , c . „ sn ent . Bill Buhmillrr of Spokane spe 'he week-end visiting at was hls parents in Eureka. He was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Bo Purdy and Clifford Voorhees. CM ford and Mr and Mrs. Bob Purdy arc spending a wet-k visiting in Eur Mike Navillio of Chicago arrived in Eureka Saturday to buv and shipjiary trees. Mr. Navillio has shipped trees from Eureka for several sea sons Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Paul and Dickie of Columbia Falls spent the week-end in Eureka visiting rela tives. McNaughton spent the visiting his Jackie week-end in Fernie mother. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Kool re turned home last week from a two to Shelby and Chelan. Wash. Mrs. Perl Zook returned Tuesday of last week from a trip to Wenat chee and Richland. Wash., where she visited relatives for the past two weeks. Mr and Mrs. Buster Dierman are week. enjoying a new Chevrolet. Mr. and Mrs. Comet Purdy were business visitors in Kalispell last Rev. Roscoe F. Wilson of Rogue River, Ore., arrived in Eureka last week to be pastor of the Church of God. Mrs. James Boyias left Septem ber 2ôth for Eureka, Calif., where she will join her husband who is employed there. John Finch and James Gibbons have entered the Northern Montana College at Havre. Mr, and Mrs. Foster Hendrickson Missoula, left for their home in Tuesday of last week, after spend ding several days visiting at the home of Mr. Hendrickson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hendrickson. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Roose and daughter Christine were business visitors in Libby Wednesday. They were accompanied by Mave Roose. and Mrs. Elsie Mrs. Glen Roose, F rost. The Neighborhood Sewing Club at the home of Mrs. Darrel At met Roose Thursday of last week, the close of the afternoon a deli ■ious lunch was served by the hos tess. Mr and Mrs. Alfred Peltier were dinnger guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson on Sept. being Mrs. Pel 29. The occasion tier's birthday. Mr , Kal I r, v Ro .. m . and B K Erickson (left Friday night for Seattle where ' v H n turn to his work at Point rs. O E Goodson were itors Friday. Sept. 24 Alas! ]* i! ■ [A wont tl jV 'Tuesday to attend the Bapt u l la,hoad Association whic h was held at the Baptist Church M n ,i Peltier w< .• .I „n.i Mi> Alfred Peltier uc .c callers m Whitefish and Kalispoll last Thursday. They wc;re accompanied a s far as Whitefish l>v Mr snd Mrs. John Peterson and Kalispt ll Die American Legion and Au:-:il held their last meeting in For tine Friday night. A pot luck sup per was- served by the Auxiliary members. Plans were made for the annual mulligan supper to be held early in November. Jack Anderson spent Monday in Troy. He went by way of the Yaak. __ The Royal Neighbor Sewing Circle will hold its annual chicken supper for the husbands. Saturday night. October 9th at 6:30 o'clock. All Sc their husbands are invited. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hansman were Kalispell visitors Friday of last week. 5 Circle members and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gee. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Morrison and Mrs. Betty Morgan attended the District (meeting of the American Legion in Whitefish Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald McFadycan were Kalispell visitors Monday of this week. Mrs. Burr Alverson spent Thurs day in Whitefish. Mrs. Longprey of Portland, Ore., arrived in Eureka this week, called here due to the serious illness of her father. Mr. Alfred Eberth. Mr, and Mrs. James Evey spent Wednesday of this week in White fish and Kalispell. The Grade School teachers enter tained the High School teachers last week. Glen Keltner moved the Darwin Stevens family to Spokane Tuesday of this week. A Sunday dinner was held at the Gene Schemerhorn home by the Schemerhorn families. PUBLIC SALE will sell at public auction Having decided to quit farming, at my farm three miles west of Eureka on Highway No. 37 the road from the Cemetery, on . . . ccross Saturday, October 9 The Following Property: HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1—Writing Desk Some nice dishes Many other articles too numeous to mention. ]—Bed and mattress 1—Kitchen cabinet 1—Cook stove 1—Table FARM MACHINERY 1 —1928 1'i-h. p. McCormick-Deer ing Gas Motor 1—Post drill 1—1921 GMC Motor 1—6-in. Vice 1—6-in. Emery; 1—4-in. Emery 1—Buzz saw, 30-in. 1 — 100-lb. Anvil 3—16-ft. Log chains 1— 600-Ib Platform scale 2— Speed Drills; 1—Grease Gun 1—Set Dies 1—Pipe wrench, 24-in. 1—Pair Blacksmith tongs 1—Blow torch About 1000-ft. Lumber 3 —1941 V. C. case tractor 1—1931 1'i-ton Chev. truck ]—8-ft. Tandem Disk 1 — 10-ft grain drill 1—7-ft. John Deere Binder with power take-off 1—Two-wheel trailer, on rubber 1—Hay rake ]—Wagon and rack 1—Tractor gang plow, 14-in. 1—14-ft. Weed drag 1— 200-gal. gas tank 2— 54-gal. Gas barrels 1—Arc welder, 270 A. P.. 40 volts, with Wisconsin Motor 1—VF-4 cutting torch I—1'^,-ton chain hoist TERMS: Cosh-See Your Banker Before Sale. JOSEPH YOUNG, Owner MR. CRAWFORD, Clerk RAY FROST, Auctioneer. 1 ! STRYKER Mr ci id re Saturday ter Sh; ;th ■ V .arei Whitefish Mr an ' on ^' van< -l' < nt Sund j, They wt . n ^ Agnes Budglev and Mrs At i Ruthcr fo r d i ne a r R i Georg* end at E a , I Dave owlev and .• :n Kalis ipanied by rs at c \ Buds Ca ;Mr. and I cafe has been redecorated Word has been received that Ike Farris is seriously ill in a hospital east of the mountains. It is under stood he is in the hospital at Con rad. has been purchased bv s. Fred Banning Th j , | Mr and Mrs. Manly Alverson and children spent last week-end at the home of Mr. Alverson's parents, Mr and Mrs. Burr Alverson. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ingram of Libby visited in Eureka at the home of Mr. Ingram's parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. R Ingram for a few days this week. THE 1948 MODEL TOYS are just as new and improved as the 1949 automobiles 1 I j j From the baby up through the Junior Grade all are delighted with them. On your next visit—see the display at students THE EUREKA DRUG STORE THE STORE WITH A PURPOSE "TO SERVE YOU" H. WITH YCOMBE, Ph. G., Proprietor O K Iverson returned home last Thursday evening from Fargo, N. ; I The Scarlet fever quarantine was lifted from the Walters home last week and the children will resume s at school Monday Mr. Vanice is employed at Evan* Mill near Whitefish stui Mr Walters ran into a horse near day last week with his Result, a (lead horse belong Brown and a great deal to his truck. Olney one truck |mg to Mr. of damage Whitefish f rom Jacobson |was calling on her friend Mrs Thus White here Tuesday. Mrs The claim agent for the G N Ry. was interviewing witnesses here Tuesday of the tragic accident at Trego where Mrs Robinson and three children were instantly killed. Mr. and iJrs. Harry Roedel and children were week end shopper* in Kalispell. O K Iverson purchased the Chas. Ellis property last week. Charley Ellis from Warland was seen on our streets Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Art Martin visited a few days in Spokane last week.