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Driviiffe Examiner To Be In Eureka June 6 George Mourar, State Driving Examiner will be in Eureka Mon day, June 6 to give driving exami nations. He will be in the City Hall between the hours of 9 a. m. and 5 p. m. exercises of the Lincoln County high school were held Sunday evening, May 22 in the L. C. H. S. gym with Rev. Father] Delaney as guest speaker. Musical numbers were in charge of Miss Virginia Reed. Baccalaureate Baccalaureate Farewell Party A card party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Crow ley Saturday night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hansman. Three tables of cards were played. High score for ladies was won by Mrs. Hansman and low scoi-e went to Mrs. Clifford Gilchrist. High score for men was won by Keith Fluid and !ow scoçe by Lynn Purdy. At the close of the evening a delicious lunch was served by the hostess - Picnic Held A number of friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Fluid for a picnic Tuesday night in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hansman who were leaving Eureka to make their home in Missoula. A bountiful lunch and a good time was enjoyed by all present. Friendly Neighbors Club _ . j, »T . , , Neighbors Club met ï» 1 *" ,,V? rs ' ^ 0Se Pb>ne Crowley on May 4th. There were 18 members present and Mrs. Orner Hudson was a guest. a letter from Ada Fluid was read Also one from Lillian Tubb saving um.iirin'f ho „ocoihio r„„ "lue"' V h ec ifS's","" 1 v a so j To the Cancer Fund, voted to have a nominating com mittee this year Barbara Morgan gave nointers on good grooming. After her program she received the myste v v ^i ft. On Wednesday and Thursday, May 11 and 12 several club mem bers met at Mabel Peltiers and worked on Pm 'Tub quilt. It is now ready for quilting. May 18, Mrs. Bina Hudson gave an unholstery demonstration at Jean Johnsons. It was an all day j meeting with , several interested women present. A davenport and ' rocker were upholstered. The next Friendlv Neighbor | meeting will be with Mrs. Bert Roe | on June 1st. Worthy Grand Matron Visits Lillian Chapter No. 64, Order of | the Eastern Star held a snecial | meeting Monday night, May 23, at ; the Masonic Hall in honor of Worthy Grand Matron Augusta Baum gartner. The hall was beautifully decorated with cut flower«; WE ARE BOTH INTERESTED IN THE SAME THING l *f r oW° ble I f 0 rm '' n9 * • * f.O m y Our real business isn't just selling tractors and implements. What we actually have for sale is more profitable farming .. ."Less Work, More Income Per Acre." Hie only way we can make money is by helping you and other farmers make more. So, when we get together, we're both interested in the same thing. The better we know you and the better we know your farm, the more likely it is that we can be of some real service to yon. So, if we haven't been around to see yon lately, we'll try to make it soon. It ought to pay ns both to get better acquainted. And, when you come to town, stop in. Well be glad to see yon. We ere headquarters ter Feed Tractera, Dearborn Farm Equipment and geanlna d Ford Tractor and Dearborn , Implement pert». Call any time for prompt, efficient tractor and Implement service. FARM EQUIPMENT GAREY MOTOR COMPANY Kalispell, Montana Csppqht 1H(. Dmrbom Motors rorporattoe the meeting a delicious lunch was served in the dining room. Earlier in the evening a 6:30 ban quet dinner was held at the Baptist house and served by the Baptist ladies. The tables were beauti fully decorated with candles and cut flowers carrying out the Worthy Grand Matrons colors of Blue and Silver. Pierson-Roebuck Dressed in a pale green suit. Miss ; Barbara Pierson, daughter of Mrs. j Lila McNally of Rexford became !the bride of Patrick Roebuck, son j of Mr. and Mrs. John Roebuck of j Eureka at a quiet wedding in Lib by, Wednesday, May 18, with Jus tice of the Peace H. S. Hepner of ficiating. "A Poppy Over Every Heart" Goal of Legion Auxiliary "A poppy over every remembér ing heart" will be the goal of Eur eka Unit of the American Legion Auxiliary in its Poppy Day activi ties here on May 28, Mrs. Morrison; I Poppy Chairman, announced at a meeting erf the Unit in the OLegion Home yesterday. Mrs, Morrison reported that pre orations for the annual observance of Po ppy Day were rapidly being completed and predicted that more of the little red memorial flowers would be worn here this year than ever before. More than 12 members of the Auxiliary have volunteered to dis tribute poppies on the streets, many planning to work throughout the day and others to serve as many hours as they can spare from other duties. Junior members of the Unit are expected to be especially activ ? in 4 the distribution of the poppies. As all workers will be unpaid volunteers, the entire amount of contributions made for the memorial flowers will go into the Auxiliary's rehabilitation and welfare funds. , .. , T h f P°PP ies which will be dis tnbuted here have been made by of r ^>e 0 Auxili^y. S, Each Dt flower el is s£ää. Auxiliary. The work gives the vet erans interesting and beneficial oc Blackwell L Specializing in BASEMENTS AND DITCH DIGGING By the hour or free Estimates Given SAND and GRAVEL Phone 306 - Libby cupation in addition to badly need ed earnings, Mrs. Morrison ex plained. The poppies are replicas of the wild poppies of France and Bel gium which bloomed "between the crosses, row on row" in the war cemeteries Adopted as the memorial flower by the American Legion Auxiliary in 1021 , the poppy has been worn each year since that time on the Saturday before Memorial Day to honor the war dead and raise funds for the welfare of disabled veterans and dependent families of veterans, in those countries. Concert A musical spring concert was held at the L C. H. S. gym on the evening of May 19 by the high school music department in charge of Miss Virginia Reed. It consisted (of the L- C. H. S. band and high ]® cb 9°^ chorus and the grade school beginners band, <. who attended state they en joy®d it and feel that Miss Reed n ! 6 >' wel1 be proud of her accom Phshment. ' - Eureka News Notes nn ^°£L ha ^ ^r received that Mr. t n i M ^ rp D f e Torr ® y of Abilene, Proud parents of a 5?!* ? A b ° rn , ¥, ay „ « the son of Mr. and Mrs. r ~ y ' Mrs. John Peterson and Mrs. May Alford werp Friday evening visitors at the home of Mrs. Alfred Peltier. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McAllister and son of Libby spent the week ' Mr. & A*-) din to % ti aa jij > m PE each size of tractor there are matching multiple-row planters and cultivators, designed to meet the requirements of the vegetable grower. Come in and we'll talk it over. You 'may be able to get delivery in time to make the first crop. ... a tractor that fits your crops and row-spacings . . . that has two-way hydraulic control of matched, quick change implements? Fine! You're just the man I can help. Come in and see me about the Farmall trio— Farmall Cub. Supcr-A and C. For j Hortle'sWelding & Machine Shop H| PHONE 194 LIBBY, MONT. 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And Chevrolet's aII-star line of trucks sell at the LOWEST LIST PRICES IN THE ENTIRE TRUCK HEIDI . power 7 / JAQUETH'S INC. Established 191« Libby, Montana 305 Mineral Ave. Phone 54 . I end in Eureka visiting relatives. Victor Peltier spent Thursday afternoon of last week in Kalispell on business. Mr. and Mrs. David Clark of Gateway attended the wedding in Kalispell of Mr. Clark's brother, Duane Clark and Bernice Stevens of Whitefish last week. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hansman | and family left for Missoula Mon | day where they will make their j home. The Hansmans have man i aged the Gamble Store for the past few years. Mr. and Mrs. J. Shaw 'are the new managers. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Eberth and son spent the week end at Colum bia Falls visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Aubert. Mrs. Jess Bolen spent Saturday in Whitefish. She was accompanied by Mrs. Frank Lenard. Mrs. Alfred Peltier made a busi ness trip to Kalispell on Thursday and Saturday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Crowley and son spent Sunday at Stryker visit ng at the Clifford Gilchrist home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson and "uffhtcr Carol of Cut Bank visited at the John Flaget home. The -lai't'h'er remained until after graci •'on exercises. Bill McFaddin of North Dakota is making his home at Fortine.. I Chester Morris left for Living- j ston Tuesday, where he will spend j a few weeks with the forestry crew there. Mrs. J. Shaw went to St. Maries Monday to bring their two children ?o their new home in Eureka. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Morgan, Mrs. Betty Morgan and Barbara Ann spent Thursday evening at the Howard Helms home. Mr. Clarence Rich died Monday morning after a short illness. Fun eral arrangements have not been made at this writing. Bernard Benson of spent the week end at home with his mother, Mrs. E. L. Benson of Eureka. Mrs. Frank Salters has been a patient in the Whitefish hospital for the past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Frost of Bennington were called to Eureka due to the serious illness and death of Mrs. Frost's father, Mr, Clarence Rich. Mrs. Matilda Draper spent sev eral days visiting at the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ruckdashel. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith were Kalispeil visitors Thursday. They were acocmpanied by Mrs. J. T Schermerhorn and Olive Elliott Wallace Perry returned last week from a trip to Great Falls and East. Mi's. B. G. Drake spent Saturday in Kalispell. Se was accompanied by Mrs. Perl Zook, Mrs. Totn Price, Sr., and Mrs. Phyllis Campbell and son. Whitefish HOME GARDNERS WARNING Watch out for chewing, sucking and soil insects. We have the remedies in small package*;—just right for use by the HOME GARDNER. Also the well known Ortho Garden Spray Set which makes 12 gallons of spray $ 1.20 THE EUREKA DRUG STORE THE STORE WITH A PURPOSE "TO SERVE YOU" H. WITH YCOMBE, Ph. G„ Proprietor 1 M m Tommy Ambrose played in Kalis pell last week in the concert given by the Montana Stage Symphonic Band of which he is a member. The band also presented concerts last week at Great Falls, Roundup, and Billings. Tommy is a fresh man in the Journalism School of Montana State University. In both fall and winter quarters he made "honor student" rating. He was I ir.ake-up editor by the recent Freshman, edited issued of Kaimin, the college newspaper. June Davis was a business visitor in Kalispell Saturday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bailey en joyed a visit from Mr. Bailey's father for several days. A son was born to Mr, and Mrs. Earl Weber Monday, May 15. Mr. and Mrs. Weber live in .Seattle where Mr. Weber is attending the University of Washington. In spite of the rainy cold weather on the first day of fishing season several have reported good catches. Several people from Eureka at tended the funeral of Mrs. Dave Camer on in Kalispell last week. Chimpanzees »sometimes perform a Kind of dance, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. William Randolph Hearst was born in 1Ç63.