Tobacco Valley Grange
Tobacco Valley Grange met in
regular session Tuesday, November
u WI ^. master Zclmar Moses, in
the chair. The attendance was not
B u ite up to our average, due no
doubt to so many members being
engaged in cutting Christmas trees
and being tired out at the days end. ,
Sister Green reported on the re
suits of the recent Grange dance ;
which had a very poor attendance !
due to the tree season. ;
Home Ee. chairman, Eva Lcnarz j
reported that her committee had |
decided to raffle three luncheon sets. |
and the tickets are to be sold at 1
25 cents each. She also reported
that the committee would again
send a box of gifts to the Orphan's
Home and requested donations of
various sorts for the Christmas
Bill for the 1948 taxes was pre
sented and referred to the Executive
Cotnmittee. A communication from
sister Ruby Stevens was presented,
tendenng her resignation from the j
office of Ceres. Sister Elsie Helms
was elected to fill the vacancy. A
letter from State Master Weyde-|
meyer was read regarding the |
change of dates for the State Grange |
meeting. Worthy Chaplain, Mabel |
Peltier reported that Brother W. R. |
Smith is on the sick list, and that j i
Brother George Shea is now con
valescmg at home.
The Literary program was opened
by singing, "Tenting on the Old,
Camp Grounds." Brother enter
tained with several selections on
the guitar and harmonica.
Brother Fuller of the Conservation
Service gave a talk regarding the
Christmas tree industry. He stated
that over two million trees were
shipped from Lincoln and Flathead
counties in 1947, which was about
24% less than in 1946. He also dis-;
cussed the various causes affecting
the decrease. Sister Harvey gave
two piano selections in her usual
Worthy Lecturer Nell West con-|pi
ducted a questionnaire regarding
the activities of our several per
manent committees. _
The program ««eluded wit!h the
singing of The Blue Belu, of Scot
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1 C. «• S. Christmas Tree
Festival A Huge Success
The Carnival given at the L.
H. S. gym Friday and Saturday
evepings was a huge success. A
large crowd attended both nights
and the dance that was given after
the carnival at the Community Hall
was also well attended. Fern Howe s
orchestra played. Prizes amounting
to nearly four-hundred dollars were
given away in games of chance and
other prizes. All prizes were
value and really worth trying for
An electric toaster was given for
the door prize and was won by
Harold Gee. The bicycle which
was raffled, was won by Raymond
Fleming, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bud
Fleming of Rexford. A candidate
for "queen" was chosen from each
,1_ The winners were; Cora
Black, senior, won ten dollars for
first prize; Edna McKenzie, junior,
a box of candy for second
prize; Janie Webb, sophomore, won
third, and Jerry Aemiseggar, fresh -
fourth, both receiving
The public was
Lunch of ice cream,
coffee were served after
social hour was enjoyed.
. man, won
boxes of candy,
allowed a vote for the queen with
each ticket purchased throughout
A Christmas tree tying contest
held during the intermission at
Wayne Marshal won
first; time, 42 seconds and was a
warded five dollars. Tom Price
Jr. was second, time, 49 seconds,
and was awarded three dollars. Bud
Franklin won third, time 55 seconds
and was awarded two dollars. Bar
bara Mason took the prize of three
dollars for the ladies' tying contest,
The L. C. H. S. Home Ec. girls,
served the lunch at the dance.
Friendly Neighbor Club
The Friendly Neighbor Club held
its November meeting at the home
of Mrs. Veva Peterson.
The business meeting started
promptly at 2:00 o'clock with Mabel
Peltier presiding. Roll call was
answered by "My favorite Thanks
giving dish." Members brought mit
tens to be given to the Eureka grade
school children and tea towels
which were turned over to Jennie
Cathleen Starling gave a fine re
port of the officer's me eting held
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The (Tub voted to buy quilt
blocks and work on a quilt as one
of the projects for the year,
Tie mernbershio decided, rather
than to give money directly to the
4-H club they would help the Club
in any other material way to
Veva Peterson and Jean Johnson
conducted the project on Home Sa
fety. The mystery gift was won
by Jessie Purdy.
The Christmas meeting will be
held at the home of Elizabeth
Fluid's on December 1. Each niem
ber is to bring ten cents for candy
bars for orphan children at Twin
The American Legion held their
regular meeting at the Legion Hall,
Monday night of last week. Renorts
f committees were heard. Betty
Morgan, president, announced that
thp Historian. Mrs. 1 •■'•Hie Buhmil
er is mov ing to KoMspell. Mrs.
Buhmiller has been historian for
.several vears. and all are very sorry
t0 have her leave the unit. The
members planned a lunch to be
serve d Armistice night, the Legion
having ope n house at the club.
Members volunteered to serve the
unc h with Mrs. Frank Dierman
chairman of the committee,
Eureka Featured in Colliers'
| Christmas Lssue
t I is understood the pictures
taken last year during the Christ
rnas tree harvest and a very in
tercstinp artice featuring Eureka
onc j its community as the Christmas
| Tree Capitol of the Word will ap
| Dear in the Christmas issue of the
J Collier's magazine. A half dozen
counties in this area supply most
; 0 f the millions of Christmas trees
usc , r i j n t he United States. The spirit
: 0 f Christmas will never die and the
( Yuletide harvest will gather mo
j mrntum with each succeeding year,
j ^ews Notes of Interest
i r. t- Giiinc of Viivmivpr
L^; is ' visitin "' at i hc ' home 0 f
hpr daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Chet
Fluid. She was accompanied by
,IMr. and Mrs T. E. Hooker, aunt
anc) unc]e ()f Mrs Pluid
j Waiter S. Gibbons spent several
davs visiting with his son John at
Pu u mon . Wash.
The W. C. T. U. met at the home
0 f Mrs. Harry Irwin Wednesday,
Nov. 10. After the usual business
meeting, a tasty lunch was served
| by the hostess.
| Delbert and Keith Owens of Mis
, soula, spent a few days visiting in
j Eureka last week. Both boys at
j tend the University at Missoula,
| Bob McDonald spent a few days
j n Eureka last week from his studies
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The Study Club met at the home
of Mrs. Donald Boslaugh Thursday
evening. November 11. At the close
of the meeting a delicious lunch
was served by the hostess.
Rev. Haas from East of the moun
tains spent several days visiting
Eureka last week.
Mrs. Susan Taggart returned honte
last week from an extended visit
in the east. She visited her ciaugh
ter, Mrs. Bob Everly at LaPorte.
Ind., and sisters and other relatives
in Iowa and South Dakota.
Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Drake spent
Monday of this week in Kalispell on
business. They were accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. Homer Garrison,
The Royal Neighbors Sewing,
Circle met at the home of Mrs.
Gene Schermerhorn with Mrs. J. T.
business meeting was held with
vice president Frances Drake pre
siding. The gift was won by Mrs.
Wayne Richmond. It was decided
to change the December meetings
due to conflicting with the holidays.
The next meeting will be held Dec.
3 at the home of Mrs. Bob Green.
After the meeting a delicious mul
ligan supper was served with apple
pie and ice cream for dessert.
Mrs. Fred Johnson returned Sat
urday from a weeks visit in Kalis
pell at the home of her son. Mr.
and Mrs. Henry Johnson. She was
accompanied home by her little;
Mr. and Mrs. George Clark of !
Kalispell were Eureka visitors last j
Mrs. Russell Stroud of Kenne- j
wick. Wash., is visiting at the home i
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay
Robbe. Mr. Stroud has gone
California and will send for Mrs. ;
Stroud as soon as he is located. j
Mr. and Mrs. Arlyn Evey of
Whitefish visited at the home of
Mr. Evey's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
James Evey, last week end.
Mrs. Ann Yerkes and granddaugh
ter of Kalispell visited at the home :
of her sister, Mrs. William Schagel,
over last week end.
Mr. and Mrs. John Roebuck spent
Tuesday of this week in Kalispell
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| The Neighborhood Sewing Chib
(met at the home of Mrs. Harry Ir
: wm Thursday, November 11.
sewing and visiting was
; throughout the afternoon. A vervlTl
aprc-tizing lunch was served hv th
w ora !uis been received by Eur
ysa friends of Mr. and Mrs. Nor
: '; an R"m of Deer Lodge, of the!of
illness of Mrs Korn who has suf
*ered a partial stroke,
Mrs Howard Hanson died sud
«only Sunday night. Funeral ar
rangements have not been made atj
j Charles Wagner left last week for
Libby where he will be employed,
His family will follow as soon as
living arrangements can be made.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boyle of
Kalispell are the proud parents of
a baby girl born last week. Mrs.
Boyle is the former Evelyn Frost.
_ Mr. and Mrs. Ray Eberth were
Kalispell visitors Tuesday of last
wee.; Tlw were accompanied by
Mr and Mrs. Frank Frost.
Mrs Shirley Davis spent last
wee.-; in Spokane visiting at the
home of Mrs. Darwain Stevens.
Mrs. Isemingger of Whitefish i
spent last week-end at the home of!
her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ross j
1rs Kenneth MeAllisfe;
i of Libby spent last
Mrs. Melvin Hansman spent Wed- I
nesday in Kalispell on business. She ]
was accompanied by her parents.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mock,
Mr. and Mrs. John Terpstra of
Scobey and Mr. and Mrs. Otto
to.Sletvolt of Wolf Point are spending
a few days visiting at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Terpstra.
"Cap" Wollan is spending a week
at Plentywood, on business.
P ai ents at Browning,
George Ramlow of Swan Lake
spent the week end at his home
Mrs. Bill McFadyean and little
ire visiting at the home of her
The Episcopal Guild met at the
bon e of Mrs. Paul Morrison Fri
day. November 12. A dessert lunch
and ' son GU n
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son ' an " " rs Donald Purdy.
Mrs. Royal Bcrtheson of Red
stone, is visiting at the home of
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles!
The Sewing Shop will be dosed
for a month soon and all who have
property there are asked to call for
it at once.
Mrs. Cliff Travis of Coram was
was served after which the
by president Ceceh.
'. ere fen
meeting will 1
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held at I
;t:on at th*.- r
»n held in Sj
Mrs. Dewev McAllister
isitod at the home of
Ter's parents, Mr. and
Emerv McAllister, over the I
i i :
Mrs Don Ruckdashal
were last week visit
at the Charles Ruckdashal
They returned to their home
accompanied by Mr.
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traffic have reached an all time high
today. The demand for new service «s at an
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parents, Mr and Mrs. Charles Ruck
Frank Truman had the good for
tune to bag a mountain lion on the
Vaak. Monday while hunting.
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