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November Richardsons Mark 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. Ed Richardson celebrated their 50 th wedding an niversary Sunday, Nov. if. The program started with songs sung by a * group, \Silver Threads among the Gold\ \Put on Your Old Gray Bon- U.net\ \0 Canada 0 Can ada\ , \Home on the Range\ \The Old Rug ged Cross\. \When You and I were Young, Mag gie\. ..Carol Gibbons and, Barbara Morgon sang \ Always\. \Dear ie\ was sung by Leila' and Karen Holder, who * were dressed up as old fashion girls. Several poems were read by Donna ' Brown x Just Fifty Years /.go. Make /New . Friends Out Fishin. Lunch was then ser ved, the decorations on the cake at Mrs. Richardson's table,was used at her mothers 50 th and 60 th wedding annivery's. Ice cream cake, tea and coffee were served, After lunch Rev; Pomeroy and his wife sang, \0 Jesus I Have Promised\ then Rev. Pomeroy gave a rededi- ^ cation, in which Mr. . and Mrs. Richardson re newed their vows, Mrs. Nell Treper, and their son, Tom .Richards'on, stood up for them. Rev. Dryden then gave a prayer, Mrs. Patrica Johnson from Vhitefish sang \It is No Secret\ and ' \I Love You T r u l y 1 .1 The anniversary was given by the Rebeka Lodge, Eastern Star, and Royal Neighbors. Tremper Rolls Car As Mrs. Nell Treper, a Missoula district deputy of the Royal Neighbors, was coming up to Eureka for Mr. and Mrs. Ed Richard son's both Wedding Anniversary, she met a herd of cattle driven by Don Carpen ter, just as she was coming over the crest of a hill about six miles south of town on highway 93, Mrs. Tre per applied her brakes and skidded into the ditch and landed turn ed over. She was not hurt, but her 19 5^ Oldsmobilc was badly damaged. M M Car - Horse Collide Barbara Garrison and Stanley Johnson col lided with a horse be longing to Nick Carvey along highway No* 93 a- short distance from Osier's Mill Sunday, Nov. b about 6 :k5 pm. Johnson was driving a 1955 Oldsmobile be longing to Dick Irwin, which was damaged con siderably, having the front demolished. BUY A LINCOLN LION ANNUAL NOW $ 1 . 5 0 DOWN OR 4 3 . 5 0 (cont. next column) Anderson's For Sale New And Second Hand Store • • • - • 19^6 l £ t o n r International Truck Good Motor & Tires Reserve Ford Tractor with : winch and grill guard You r ( 5-ood running »condition Annual SEE Now Alan M. Garrison Page 13 _____________ Residents Improve Property The people of Eureka are improving their dwellings. Siding,n*v roofs, painting and garages built. Here are some of them, Jack Alavana, Junior Holder Clyde Voorhees, Jess Rice, Wayne Richmond, Joe Johnson, Phoebe Green and Robert Tay lor, all of these have new siding and most of them have new roofs. Randall Richmond is building on to his house, Hubert McKenzie is building a home. Building garages are Jacob Erie, Jimmy Peltier, Basil Buck- master, Kenny McAllis ter, and Jack Ferger- son, Kenny Gwynn has painted all four of his houses, and Albee painted the one he just purchased. Fer- gersons have built a shower and wash room for their trailer court, and the Flying Club is building a banger out at the Air Port. Hunters Kill Seven Elk Floyd Frost Sri, Johnny Holder,,Charles Purdy, Wayne Frost, Jack Helmes, Chick Sume, Darwin Stevens, Herb Salios and Joe Johnson went to Agusta Montana, to the Gibson Reservoir Reserve where they hunted elk Wed nes d a y , I ov. 7. Out of the nine hunters, six got their e l k . They returned Monday, Nov. 12.