Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, January 11, 1957, Image 1

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Vol. XI No. 8 Lincoln Countv High School Eureka. Montana January 11, 1957 S t r o k e T a k e s C o l u m b u s C I a r k , D e c e m b e r 3 1 L ► i « C l u b N a m e s W i n n e r s The Eureka Study- Club sponsored the annual prizes for Christmas decorations of homes and business places on Friday, Dec* 21 . First prize for home outside' decorations and home windows was $*+, and second prize was $2, The business places received red or blue ribbons. The Schagel home took first prize for home outside decora­ tions, Vern Starling's home took second, and an honorable mention was given to the Thom­ as Weatherly, home. (Cont. on Page 16) K e l l e r D i e s I n K a I i s p e 1 1 Edward Keller, 68 , of Eureka, passed away Sunday, Jan. 6, in the Kalispell Hospital. Mr. Keller ' had made his home in Eureka since 1913 , where -he had been working- in logging operations.'\-He was'born in Michigan and grew up there. On Sept, 5, 1908, he mar­ ried-- Flora Force who died on May 10, 1956. Mr',” Keller came to Montana in 1912 and lived at Conrad for one year before mov­ ing to Eureka in 1913. He is survived by two sons, Perry Keller, of Samers, and Edward Keller, of Eureka, California 5 also four daughters,' Mrs. Violet Stoakes, of Anaconda, Mrs. Robert HeIson, of Rexford, Mrs. William Schermerhorn, ' of Eureka, California, Mrs. Allen Van Horn, of Eureka; One brother, Percy Keller of Eureka, and one siste , Mrs. May Stacey, of Long­ view, Washington; -20 grandchildren and one great grandchild* Services -and burial were held in Eureka by Waggener and Camp­ bell Funeral Home. m m m d T h o m a s F a m i l y G i v e s M e m o r i a l Mrs. Jossamino Thomas and family have announced their intentions to place a memorial to Frank F. Thomas, late husband and father, in Lincoln County High School. They have asked the school to • select a suitable item for the family's approval. A l i e n s M u s t R e g i s t e r The Federal Govern­ ment requires every person who i's not a citizen of the 1 United States to report his address to the Govern­ ment each January. . Thfe Government ' has printed cards which non-citizens, use to report their addresses. The cards are avail­ able at post offices or immigration Service offices. Parents should file for cards of children under 1 *+ years of age who are not citizens. The law • .ire-quires that these cards be filled out before Jan­ uary 31 of each year. (Cont. on Page 17) Columbus Clark, long tine resident of Eur­ eka, died' at the Whitefish Community Hospital Dec. 31, 1956. Mr; Clark suffered a heart attack and was rushed to Whitefish where he was treated by a heart specialist flown in from Spokane. Mr. Clark was born August 1, 1893 in Col- letsville, North Car­ olina, and made .his home there until June 1 , 1913? when he moved to Eureka whore he livod until his death'. Columbus worked In many saw mills around and in Eureka as a young boy until he bought his own little mill in 1927* He built this mill up until he had one of the largest in Eureka and surround ing community. March, 30 , 1917 he was married to Kather­ ine Louise Bean. He is survived by his widow, two sons, William and Norman, of Eureka, three daughters, Mrs. Rodney Witt, Mrs. Darwin Stevens, and Mrs. Herb Salois, all of Eureka, sevon _ grandchildren, Carol David, Bobby, Cathy, and Virginia ...Stevens, Rene, Herbie, ;and Bonnie Salois, ,three sisters, Bessie and Lessie Clark, of Kannapolis, North Carolina, and Mrs. John Taylor, of Lenoir, North Carolina, and a number of neicos and nephews in Eureka. Give to The March of Dimos

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 11 Jan. 1957, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1957-01-11/ed-1/seq-1/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.