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October 5, 1 9 5 6 , Page 9 Evergreen | Brocks Enjoy Interest inqHobby Mr.' and Mrs. Guy- Brock, of Rexford, have made a profitable business out of what started to be an en joyable . hobby,, Their business is making things out of rocks, different kinds of animal horns and wood. Mr, Brock came to this country 50 years ago, and Mrs,, Brock came 3-8 years ago„ She says she has been interest ed in different and pretty rocks since her youth. Incidentally, she spent her child hood in a stone house. Mr. and Mrs. Brock first started to make and sell things local ly and as time went on they grew out to other towns and cities. Their first buyer was the \Antlers ! in Troy, Montana, and it is still one of their best customers. Now they sell in such places as Glacier Park,■Agusta, ' Mis soula, Phoenix, Ariz ona; aberdeen, Pacific beach, ' Washington; Spokane,' Washington; New T o r N e w Jersey, Ohio, and have sent small orders to Ganada. They use aga ts, jade; jasper, opals, petrif ied wood, thunder eggs from Priday, Oregon, moose, deer, elk, and Rocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep, besides almost every other kind of rock except diamonds„ The rocks, wood, a nc. WiIIiom L. F eweks :jThe Pioneer General Store\ General Merchandise REXFORDy MONT. herns are cut and polished to a brilli ant hue, then cut into the shapes - hearts, ovals, circles, etc. - then made into knife handles, lamps, salt and pepper shakers, belts, pistol grips, jewelry, or- anything else a customer may order. The Brocks each have their own separate workshop where they cut and polish' their rocks, horns, and wood. This year their nov elties were entered in (Gont. on Page 20) McCa nn I n j u r e d Mike McCann, of Rex ford returned from the Libby Hospital Thurs day, Sept. 27. Mr. McCann was in jured when a part of a crain broke that he was welding. The part his his wrist and broke it after which he fell 20 feet and hit his head. He was flown to Libby in Bob Neil's plane where he was en tered in the hospital, and is now convalesc ing at his home in Rexford. Steen Passes Rway Dick Steen, who has made his home on a ranch near Rexford,. passed away early Wed nesday morning, Oct.2. C o l l a r Grocery G R O C E R E S P R 0 D U C E M E A T S Visit Our Coffee Shop Rexford, Montana Glen Lake Improves The students attend ing the Glen Lake School this year and their teacher, Mrs. Totten, thank the school board for in stalling the new hot lunch center. A hot meal at - noon goes a long way with active children during the cold winter months. There will be no charge and the older girls will help cook and serve and the old er boys will help clean up. There have been many other improvements since the REA brought electric lights to the school 6 years ago. The board has built and furnished a teach- erage, dug a new well and installed running water, built an out door basketball court, replaced the bridge across the irrigation ditch with a culvert and purchased a re frigerator, hot plate, an electric stove, and an electric record player. They are now plan ning to buy and in stall an oil stove to heat the school house. Jimmy Brown, former student of LCHS, was home on leave from Alaska, where he is stationed with the Navy. He returned to his base on Sept. 28. S \ q o t e n a i H e r v i c 8 Gas Oil Tires PAUL - P A T T O T T E N Rexford. Montana