Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, October 19, 1956, Image 12

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October 19, 1956 Demo Roily- la, Eureka A; .Democrat rally was held at'Eureka at noo.n Tuesday, ,Oct. 2 . T h e . ; . - . Democrat Caravan con­ sisted 'of Congressman and Mrs. Lee Metcalf, Attorney General nrold ' Olbon, State Superin­ tendent of Public In- stitutions, Mary Con­ don, and Mr. and Mrs, Lou Boedsecker, cand- date for railroad and public service commis­ sioner,, The out of town com­ mitteemen are County- Attorney■ Smith Me Neil-, of Libby, Lem Collar, • Rexford, and Mr,, and ■ Mrs. Logon Astrum-: of Kalispell. Local committeemen were Clara Derman, Marie Shea, Cliff John­ son, At 1 pm the Demcrat Canidates spoke to a- bout'60 voters. That evening the democrat Caravan went to Libby, Jit the bar­ becue held at the Moose Hall..they spoke to about t * w o hundred voters. ■ 4 ‘ „ Liovd, Orval and Roy We-st, Dale and :. Gerald .Oslert and Jack Mustard returned home from a ,two-week elk hunt on the South Fork of the Flathead River, Wednes­ day morning, Oct. 10 , After packing 30 mi­ les by horses up the river from Spotted Bear Ranger Station the hunters shot their elk, .one-of which was gotten in the last min­ ute before the return .trip home. The hunt proved successful as each hunter bagged his (Cont, on page 20 ). % The Evergreen Page 12 . M a c ' s M a r k e t A n d F o u n t a t n Groceries, .. .. and . SnAcks..., Eureka, Montana.: t 8 t o p h e n s o n - 611 m c ■ n d R e p o r t T o G r a n g e Marie Stephenson and Gordon Giimond gave a ;.report on Girl's and t B o y ’s State for all who were present at the Tobacco valley Grange Meeting, Tues­ day '■evening, Oct. 10. The members discuss­ ed and suggested com­ munity service pro­ jects for the coming year. The Grange won first place in the state for community services. Lunch was served b y - Mrs. George Bolen, 'Mrs. • Lucy West, and Mrs. Tony VanLeishout. E v e r g r e e n H a s E x c h a n g e . P a p e r s Many ideas and en­ tertainment is furn­ ished by the exchange ' papers the Ever -reen receives from schools throughout the western states. Some of the Montana school papers with whom the' journalism exchange are: The Ea­ gle , Fairfield; The Beaver, Dillon; Bea­ con Flashes, Alburton; Live Wire, Cut Bank; The Nugget, Helena; Rocky Rang ‘. v , Drummond ; Salishian, Poison; ueoniany Absarodee; Re- BEAT LIBBY LOGGERS l l l l HCMECOMinG OCTOBER 20 finer, Sunburst; Car­ ter Broadcaster, Eka- laka; The Shovel, Col- strip; The Bagpipe, Glasgow; The Tocko. urlee; The Kenah, Missoula; Bay Breeze, Bigfork; The Static. Ennis; Trojan Trumpet, Troy; HamiItonian. Hamilton; Jkyline, Charol; Powell Pioneer. Deer Lor’ge; Bear Law, Box Elder and the Ex- ponett, Montana State College. This system results in many of the cute poems, etc., that the Evergreen reprints from time to time from other papers. Just re­ cent ly, The Bay Br; eze of Bi 5 fork reprinted Dale Patrick's feature, \Typical Teen- Age Trouble\ from page S of the green. Sept. 21 Ev-r- Gibbons Garage has been painting and renovating during the week of October G, E u r e k a H a r d w a r e Hardware ----- Paint ----- Household Needs -- Dlt and ( S g s p i g n p ---- ml „ M IRfrlK® kcem fU E R C i/ii R E M E M B E R ! Your Clothing Headquarters •/ • ‘ ' • • • • ' For W a r n ? : ’Winter Wear Flannel Shirts .... Wool Underwear .... Rubber Footwear .... Warm Caps and Gloves .... Always Sestr ajual£ty-Why Not Have The Best.

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 19 Oct. 1956, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1956-10-19/ed-1/seq-12/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.