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LARGEST CIRCULATION C E, K. 4 -vj The Fort Peck Press H.L H litten. Pahltslx i Volum«". 3. No.« Published at. Port Peck, (Wheeler.) Montana. Thursday May 30, 1S3T CHURCHES Fort Peck Lutheran Church Sunday. May 23tb, 1937 Morning worship in Fort Peck aa 11. No aftenoon Service in Park Grove. Luther League meets in Ft. Peck at 8 p.m. New Deal Ladies Aid meets with Mrs. Pred Neustel, Friday May 21 at 2:30 p ro. Wheeler Ladies Aid meets with Mrs. Ole Bronstad Ihurs. May 27. at 2:30 p.m. O. N. Rue, Pastor Fort Peck Community Church Dr. C. L. Clifford, Dean of Inter mountain College, will preach at the 11 o'clock service. His topic will be World". "Youth in a Changing Do not miss this service. Sunday 10;30 am. Also an adult class. The beginners & primaro department will meet in the lobby during morning worsh ■l>. Christian Endeavor, 6 pm The public is cordially invited. Albert H, Miller, Pastor. Wheeler Gospel Tabernacle Sunday school, 10 a.m, Morning service ] 1 a.m. Evening service 7:30 p.m, Mr. and Mrs. D. L, Treeby in! charge. At McCone City School House Every night at 7.30 until May on 30, 1937. Preaching by Llovd Hart Layman Object lessons for children Wednesday & Friday night. Special music & song service led bv Cornelius Wall. Regular service every Sunday evening at 7:30 Bargains at Day's Sale. See Page 4 The first glass maker in Scotland was George Hay (1566-1625). He took advantage of a peculiarly formed cave at Wetnyss, on the Fife coast, and set up his furnace there Used Cave for Glass Work in. Biff Demand for Windsor Souvenirs b Vm W'\ x-: : ■M Æ \ : Ite m Ï ■ MM m * I Ac M I % 'tip*":% yr y IK*- ; m J Js 'Tv . ; v Jy i w * M V 4 m täte "e - ' ; 1K> H v ? T\ i i f: f ti Professor Steinberger is seen at work in his London studio on statu ettes of the duke of Windsor, for which there is now a tremendous, demand. Thousands of such statuettes had been made for Edward's coronation, and when lie abdicated London business men groaned in anticipation of writing off terrific losses cn stock that they could not sell. Instead of diminishing, the demand for the Edward figures has increased, and now they are being turned out in increasing thousands to meet the demand. Big Sale at Day's. Adv Page 4 HEiiDh BOARD OF TRADE :-V •: Kenneth S. Templeton, recently ! elected as president of the Chicago ' Board of Trade. Templeton, a mem I her of the exchange since ,i partner of the each ■ :r oi J. S. Tcrnn* Dll. IK n firm : I SALT AND PEPPER The peons are the laborers of t Mexico, A quadruped is an animal hav- j ing four feet. A collector of postage samps is j cn ,|; eci a philatelist. No one who brags about culture is likely to have it. Chicago's business district is known as the "Loop." What is a whopping salary if one j has no time for vacation? of any European country. Norway has the longest coastline Roosevelt Urges His Court Packing Plan G UESTS at "victory dinners" all over the country heard Presi dent Roosevelt deliver at the feast in Washington a preliminary appeal to his party and the nation to sup port his plan to pack the Supreme court. He said that a crisis exists demanding immediate social and economic legislation to improve the lot of the common man and that there is no time to lose, lest a great calamity, such as a revolution or the advent of a dictatorship, be vis ited upon the country in the two or three years that might be necessary to remove the obstruction of the New Deal in the manner prescribed by existing law. Incidentally, Mr. Roosevelt let his hearers understand that he has no intention of seeking a third term in the While Hous». Kill them now before hot weather makes them worse. You'll be surprised how cheaply you can do it the Sure Way. Let us give you an estimate on the cost before you waste your mon ey on sprays and cheap, inferior me thods. HALL'S Wheeler Drug 9 9 Prescription Specialists I • l COLLEGE TRUSTEE m ■•i M ( 0M ! > i 1 Ê: ' ■■■■ ♦ % 1 h WmB n a &: *■ .i Ui « iü AvptH.' MON f/APK/vyripu Mrs. John Appleton Clark, twenty four years old, of New York city, who was recently elected a mem ber of the board of trustees of Sarah Lawrence college. She is a mem ber of the class of 1932 and the first of the college's alumnae to be elected to the governing board. Mrs. Clark is also believed to be the oungest member of a college gov ining board in the country. Shortest Prix. Fight The shortest prize fight in the his tory of professional pugilism took place in Montreal in 1928 when Ai Foreman of England knocked out Ruby Levine of Russia in 11 1-2 sec onds which included the count.— Collier*« Weekly. More Natural Photographer — Place your hand on your husband's shoulder, it looks more natural. Man — It would be more natural if she nut her hand in mv Docket. Too Late to Classify Lost—Female Boston Bulldog. Answers to name "Micky", Re ward. 218 1st st. so., Wheeler.