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LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANY NEWSPAPER ON THE DAM SITE
The Fort Peck Press
Published at, Fort I 1
■k, (Wheeler.) Montana, Thursday.
II. .1. Hubert. Publish»:
Volume
May JflST
No. 45
CHURCHES
Fort Peck Lutheran Church
Sunday. May 23tb, 1937
Morning worship in Fort Peck
aa ll.
No aftenooo Service in Park
Grove.
Luther League meets in Ft.
Peck at 8 p.m.
New Deal Ladies Aid meets
with Mrs. Pred Neuste!, Friday
May 21 at 2:30 p tn.
Wheeler Ladies Aid
meets
with Mrs, Ole Bronstad Ihurs.
May 27, at 2:30 p.m.
0. NT. Rue. Pastor
Fort Peck Community
Church
"Lest we Forget
mon topic of Rev.
Albert R, H. Miller at the ll O'
clock service.
Special Memorial Day music by
the choir.
10:30 Sunday School.
Adult ('lass C. E. 6 p m.
All are cordially invited.
Albert H. Miller, Pastor.
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will be the ser
Wheeler Gospel
Tabernacle
i
Sunday school, lOa.m,
Morning service 11 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
30, 1937.
Preaching by Lloyd Hart Layman
Object lessons for children
Wednesday & Friday nipht.
Special music & song service
led by Cornelius Wall.
Regular service every Sunday
evening at 7:30.
on
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The African native is sometimes |
too quick to adapt himself to new |
conditions and new surroundings. ,
A colored waiter in Egypt, getting |
into a fight with his French head ;
:
African Adopts Britain
waiter and, since he spoke English,
deeming himself therefore an
Englishman, crushed his opponent
by yelling "Bah! vVe licked you at |
Waterloo, didn't we?" j
Glasgow-Ft Peck Entry
Leads In Boat Marathon
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Advertise in the Fort Peck Press
More coverage-less Money
Bridge Players Are Recognized Aloft
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Swivel chairs for « bridge foursome are one of the featuvesiof the
• air liner recently placed in operation between Chicago and New
new
York by the United Air Lines. Making a non-stop flight schedule of
three hours and fifty-five minutes, the plane features air conditioning,
steam heat, hot meals and « telephone from the stewardess' galley to
the pilot s cockpit.
Labor Relations Board
Hits Remington-Rand
« DiVn TTvîr» 1
R KINGTON RAND. INC., large
1 manufacturer of oto equip
ment, was accused by the federal
ing •■ruthless" methods in trying t.
break the strike of 6.ÜUU worker*
in six of its plants. The corporation
was ordered to cease alleged inter
ference with union activities of its
employes; to bargain collectively
with a majority of its workers; lo
reinstate strikers without discrimi
nation and to withdraw' support of
so-called "company unions'' in its
Uion. N. Y., and Middleton, Conn.,
plants.
The labor board declared the cor
poralion "exhibited a callous, im
perturbable disregard of the rights
of its employes that is medieval in
its assumption of power over the
lives of men and shocking in its
concept of the status of the modern
industrial worker."
Magistrates Trained
To keep district magistrates up
to-date in administrative methods,
the Chinese government brings
there minor officials to Nanking once
& year for a course in the magis
trates' training school.
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, (>f Ca j gary introduced d c> I
ing into England. Now 22.000.000
lo theSe races ev yea .. The
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We are equipped to
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And Soft Drinks. Cool. satisfying
Fountain Service at
HALL'S Wheeler Drug
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Capt. Jesse L. Hart of the Glas
gow Fort Peck craft entered in the
St Louis-Fort Benton boat mara
thon has recorded an outstanding
performance in navigation in the
early stage of rhr long race ant
has h-eld the lead from the start.
The boats are guided in the
course by colored lights indicating
the presence of reefs, snags am
other obstacles.
i he contestants -left CbanioL
Mo., luesday morning.
A great deal of interest is belt)*
manifested in the unusual mara
thon and all towns on the rivet
are prepared to meet the contes
tants. Fort Benton, the finishing
point, is preparing to the poim
where Male residents are growing
long whiskers to create the ok
west atmosphere.
Andy of Radio Tea®
Is Sued for Divorce
Chicago, Ma) 26 — Charles «
ip.. „ f _,.
Morrell. 4b, {Andy] of the radie
team 'Amos V Andy", was stie>
for divorce in superior court tc
by Mrs. Marie J. Corell. 32.
.n
bill, filed by At
torney B.A. Cronson,alleged twe
instances of cruelty,the first a slap
on the face last. Christmas e\e.
The Correlt's were married Jan
M - ,927 -- The » have ~ -«•
dren.

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