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Thursday, January 13, 1949
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honor of Gordon Mikalson at his
home Monday of last week. Games
and dancing were enjoyed thorough-1
out the evening. Most of the boys
proved to be good housekeepers.
Gordon was presented with a love-!
ly sweater by his friends. Lunch
was served to twenty young folks.
Eureka News
Birthday Party
A birthday party was given in
Lions Win One and Lose One
The L. C. H. S. Lions journeyed
to Poison Friday to win their third
conference game with a score of
28-37.
On Saturday night the Lions
played Columbia Falls on the Falls
floor, losing in the last thirty sec
onds of the game with a score of
41-45. This is their first loss for
the conference games.
The Lions will play Troy January
14, and Whitefish January 15 in the
Lion's Den. Both promise to be
very good games.
Family Get-Together
The Schermerhorn families had
a New Year's get-together on New
Year's day at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ivan Schermerhorn. There
were twenty present to partake of
the bountious dinner served at 2:00
p. m. The day and evening was
spent in visiting.
Purchasing of the Club
The Club has been purchased
from Ivan Schermerhorn by Mr.
Bowker of Libby.
Friendly Neighbor Club
The Friendly Neighbor Club held
its Christmas meeting at the home
of Mrs. Elizabeth Fluid. There
were twenty-two members present
three eues ts
Barbara Morgan was appointed to
replace Mabel Shea as Project Lead-1
er for Good Grooming.
The Club again sent candv to,
the Orphan's Home at Twin Brid
ges, and contributed the usual $2.00
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for T. B. seals.
During the social hour Cathleen
Starling received the mystery gift
and Christmas gifts were exchanged.
The Christmas tree held a candy
cane for each child ( resent.
The January meeting was held
at the home of Mrs. Clara Broom.
Mabel Peltier opened the meeting
promptly at 2:00 o'clock. The sec
retry, Cathleen Starling read a note
from Bella McMullen. The Me
Mullen's reside at Grants Pass,
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Members decided to bring to the
February meeting anything they
may care to trade, calling it a
"Swap Meeting."
The club members were urged
to take or send cothing to the grade
school in Eureka.
Some child may
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312 North Higgins — Missoula, Montana
WILL BE IN LIBBY AND VICINITY
EVERY THIRD WEEK
If you need service on any make sewing
machine just fill out and mail the coupon
repair experts will do the rest.
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Benjamin Franklin wisely said, It is hard
for an empty sack to stand upright." Yes,
savings give strength! Without them, we are
unsure of the future—frightened of present
emergencies. Thrift Week, commemorating
the statesman's birthday, is the ideal time
words to action! Resolve
to put his sage
to Save Regularly!
The First State Bank of Libby
rtDCML DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
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need what you have to give.
Quilt blocks were passed out to
i members and were asked to have
! them ready to turn in again at the
j March meeting. The meeting was
turned over to Barbara Morgan for
I the project of Good Grooming. If
you have any fitting problems bring
^em the next meeting.
: Mrs. R. W. Smith received the
mystcrv .
| February second meeting is to be
; hc j d at the home of Mrs. Alfred
p e j t j er
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Qld Tjmer Passcs
Word was received by Perl Zook
of the death of his father, W. C.
Zook in Oregon. Mr. Zook was a
Eureka "old timer". He moved
from Eureka to Savory, Montana
in 1913. His wife preceded him
in death in 1928. They raised a
family of seven chidren.
News Notes of Interest
Mr. and Mrs. Burr Alverson and
Jack Anderson were in Kalispell
on business Monday of ast week.
Sheriff Livengood of Libby was
in Eureka Tuesday of last week
on business. He was accompanied
by Mr. Preston.
Carl Anderson returned Tuesday
of last week from a trip to Wash
ington and Oregon, where he visit
ed relatives and friends over the
holidays.
Mrs. Tom Boorman returned on
Wednesday from a business trip to
Havre.
Mr. and Mrs. Burgess Drake spent
Saturday in Libby on business.
George Russell of Cheyenne, Wyo.
joined his wife at Eureka last week.
Mrs. Russell has been visiting her
parents in Eureka for the past few
weeks, Mr. and Mrs. E. Hendrick
son.
Mr and Mrs. Ed Fortme are the
proud parents of a baby boy*
T ela Wetzel returned from the
Wednesday of
hospital
last week where she underwent an
appendectomy.
Barbara Mason returned Thurs
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day from a trip to Washington, Ore
i gon, and California where she spen
three weeks visiting, friends ana
relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Nyberp
spent the past two weeks visiting
in California.
I auric Riley left for California
December 29." He went by plane
from Snokane.
PR' Arthur Peters, w. ho spent
several days visiting in Eureka at
the home of his mother, Mrs. Bertha
Peters has just recently returned
from j 0r ?. a ' , w
Word has been received by
friends in Eureka of the marriage
of Kenneth Pomeroy to Miss Sylvia
Elhard at Harden,
former L.C.H.S. graduate.
Peter Klinke Jr. has purchased
the Moen Store and has taken pos
Kenneth is a
joss'on.
Mr nnd Mrs Kenny Gwynn at-1
tended the Eureka-Whitefish game )
Whitefish Saturday night. They
Whitens u 3 Mr and Mrs
were accom
John McKenzie. . ..
Dick Irwin too.; Paul Aaams. i •
son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ma -
Libby to the hospital Sundav
by car. The boy was injured w
coasting on South Eureka nm t
running into a parked car.
believed he sustained interna
juries. Mrs. Wollm saw to it tuat^p
the hoy was taken care of as soon
as possible.
The Eureka
.been frozen for the past \\eei k in
ou th Eureka. Repairs are being
ma de at this time which will enable
them to have water soon.
M rs. Winifred (Schagel) Nelson
re turned to her studies after spend- j
n g the holidays with her little son «
Tracy, her mother, Mrs. William
Schagel and family. Mrs. Nelson at- 1
tends the University of Washing-1
ton, but this quarter is in Tacoma j
with the Public Health Department, I
where she is taking her field work
in Public Health.
Larry Buckley, coach, and Stcr- j
ling Schagel took a load of basket- 1
ball players to Poison and Col i
bia Falls over the week-end. Mr.
Boslaugh took a load of the B squad i
to Columbia Falls where they won )
against the Columbia Falls B team.
Joe Laird of Helena, Field Repre- ;
sentative of the 1949 roll call met j
with chapter officials. O. E. Good-j
chairman of the roll call, i
They reviewed plans for the 1949 j
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Schermerhorn !
returned from a months visit in Ta - 1
coma, Wash., where they visited |
their daughter and family, Mr. and ]
Mrs. Charles Smith. A daughter j
was born to the Smith's December(1,
Mrs. Schermerhorn visited with
friends in Seattle before returning
home.
Mr. and Mrs. Pet;. - Klin
living in the Lyle
house in East Eureka.
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JAQUETH S, INC.
Libby, Montana
305 Mineral Ave.
Phone 54
Established 1916
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Fred Johnson who is an old-time
resident of Eureka passed away
suddenly at his homo Monday even
ng. January 10 Mr. Johnson has
' oen in poor health for the past
vears but has been able to
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(5) It is recommended that
Con n;ittco be appointed by the
Governor, to include at least two
members of the Senate and two
members of the House, and other
qualified persons representative of
all parts and all interests of the
State, to make a further and more
comprehensive study of highway
conditions, problems, and finances
giving particular attention to the
matter of Highway Financial Dis
tr rts. and to formulate a long-range
highway improvement program.
Since Montana is the only State
in the Union now' operating under
*he Highway Financial District
System, it is recommended that the
Legislature study the desirability
of continuing or discarding the pres
ent established Highway Financial
District System. It is recommend
ed that a sufficient appropriation
be made for Committee purposes,
The Committee so appointed to re
port its findings and recomrrenda
tiens to the Governor and to release
them to the press on or before July
1950.
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Continue
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Mileage that now and likely
continue to accommodate so,
■ il .dl a volume of travel, as not to,
lustifv the construction investment
r System standards.
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It is recommended that the Legis
a memorial to Con
r n ess requesting more liberal fed
ra! highway allocations for For
; In iian and Federal Lands high
'. nrovets. and to increase the
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I percentage of federal aid to Mon
tana's highway construction pro-.
gram .
In the pursuit of the Committee s
studies and deliberations, it has
made every attempt to exclude pro
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I.IBBY W. O. T. M. PREPARE
TO INSTITUTE NEW
CHAPTER AT TROY
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The regular meeting of the W. O
IT. M. was held January 6 at the
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Have You Checked Your . .
HOT WATER BOTTLE
It is very distressing when needing one immediately
to discover that your bottle should be replaced.
HERE ARE COLD WEATHER SPECIALS
REXBURY—2 qt. bottle
DEFENDER—2 ot. bottle
SYMBOL—2 qt. bottle
FAMOUS. 2 heat, finned T ottle
GOODRICH Combination Ice Cap and
Water Bottle, ridged
98c
1.49
1.69
3.50
5.79
THE EUREKA DRUG STORE
THE STORE WITH A PURPOSE "TO SERVE YOU"
II. WIT1IYCOMBE, Ph. G., Proprietor
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M »ose hall. Routine business n,at '
1ère were tr *g"2f a i mith wa , ap
I Co-worker fossie Smith was ap
p. anted to act as Sick Mat
the new Quarter,
for co-worker
will be held in
Circle
A Stork Shower
Polda
with Sewing
evening. Jan. 13, at Co-^ -
kn Cole's home.
business of , the
artice of the Insti
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was j
omony in preparation for
to Troy January 8 to in
a now chapter of the W. O.
Publicity chairman.
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President Coolidge would talk to
nt.-ws reporters at length but always
in traded them to never quote him
oirectly or indirectly.

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