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Z l h . r - . l _ _ _ P a s . e _ l 6 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ O l d t i m e r s V i s i t E u r e k a Mrs.. Agnes Ruther ford of Seoramont6? .Calif, former resident 'erf Eureka, and a sis ter of Mrs. Sarah Crowley spent the past two weeks visiting' her fr#ends and relatives* Mrs. Ruthford has made her home with her dau ghter for the past* several years in Sacramento. She was the housff guest '■'f Mrs. Agnes Badgley while hero. T r e q o _ G r o w s In preceding years during election, the Trego • • precihct had less than one hundred people registered, therefore causing the voting to last from 12 pm t# 8 pm*' — This, yoar-»— the... Trego F o r S a l e 1953 Chevrolet Light Blue— Cloan- -------- Good'Condition-— 1/iside and Out- -- 3 a 1 1 - ...................... -!|7th James Rein Sr. Eureka, Montana C r a w f o r d s S e r v i c e Sr.acks Fountain Service Groceries Gas and Oil. Evergreen __________ population has increa sed to 110-112 eligi ble voters. This . is the first 'timo the precinct has been open from 8 am to 8 pm, showing quito an ad vancement in the Trego area. R a i n b o w I n i t i a t e s ffoTember 16®, 1956 Borg,- -■'?!<; e: Mary Frost, Faith, Myrna Alavana, Recorder; Gleriria Erickson, Trea surer; Jean Stockner, Chaplin; Sandra Bod ies, Brill Loader; Delila DoPratu., Love; Sharon- Borg, Religion; Ido 11 Weydemeyer, Nature; Leona Johnson, Immortality; Janet A n i t a S t e v e n . s Anita -Stevens re ceived her degrees in the Order «f the Rain bow for Girls, Monday, November Ip* A petition was rood for Dolores Brown, daughter nf Mr. and Mrs, Delbert Brown, The examining committ ee is Janet ' Skelly, Sandra Borup, and Pat sy Irwin, The following offi cers were present: Bessie Bcrgotto, Wor thy Advisor; Gerry Krueger, Worthy Asso ciate Advisor; Shirley Ripleyy Charity-;— Patsy- Skelly, Fidelity; Sharon Borup, Patrio tism, 'acting; Sandra Borup, Service; and Alma Peterson, Confi dential Observer, Four • carloads of cattle were shipped by the Quirk Cattle Com pany on Nov® 5® The cattle purchased by Duke Gustafson were shipped to Iowa® Mrs. Cap Wollan and Mrs. Glen \ 1- ;Loscn traveled to' Kalispell on business, Thursday, Nov. 8. I I . F l l f I I I U N I O N O I L D I S T R I B U T O R R o y a l T r i t o n . M o t o r O i R o y a l 7 6 G a s o l i n e p h — r/y/K/cs 1 m f