Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, April 18, 1957, Image 8

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_ _ : _ E a r t G — l D _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Mary Willet Dies . I l a r y ’, 1 i z r . b e t h Ell­ iot died Friday aftor- noon, April 5, at the a'o of £6, Mrs, Wil- let made her home in the bravos Greek dis­ trict near VJhitefish since leaving Minne­ sota in 1 9 l i 7 * Funeral , services were held iri the Cat­ ron Chapel with Rev. Harold McMillan of the Chur qh-; ; p f the H a serene off iciatinn* M r . s * Wil* l o . t was, the mother oT Jerald Millet, former- resident of H u r e k a . ; ’ S t U C t y C l u b \C . ' • • \ Meets At L e stru d;s The program.at the Fureka Study Club meetirp.at Mrs. I. C. Lestrud V^,.home on W e d . April 10, was ^iven by' Mrs. . Joe C - i b b o n s . , - ' She showed .pictures; .: p f areas .in w the western. limited states include i n * ; the redwoods, se­ quoias, Los AnpeleSj and the San Francisco Waterfront. Mrs* Bill Bolen, president, presided over the ‘ business meeting. Mrs* Bclbert Brown reported 'on the recreation p r o ' - r a m and Mrs. Lestrujd told of t h e ' - ' i a t e s t . ' develop** rnents in planning for, a local h o s p i t a l , . . A Lidessert g ’ ' i H h a f t e ; o n was served to the 16 members at tending; • Legi-o.n Asks For Used Clothing' - The American Lotion Auxiliary, is askinp for used clothing, clean and in pood con­ dition. Childrens clothes, adults c l o t h ’* es, shirts, pants, dresses, underclothing, baby clothes, diapers, shoes, ' a n d blankets. House cleaning time is here. How is the time to pather cloth- i n ! \ that you can not use. All of ' ' this clothipp will stay in the US. Leave at. 'the jvorrroon ---------------------- -------------------------— ; --------------------------- M v Aoril 18. 1957 Legion Club or at the h o r d e o f Mrs. John Mor­ gan Sr. . s ’ F r i s t A i d S t u d i e s F r a c t u r e s Fractures and their s ympt o r r i s , the first aid that should be applied, and the patients with differ­ ent kinds of frac­ tures wore practiced at the First Aid class meeting on April 5, at LOHS under the in­ struction of Pete IQinke. Engheusen Paints the , b i < ■ * - ' d ; p o r s in . the front part of the har- aro and other shall ,Tood works on the in­ side or* the shop were painted. • • mi Buck master Has Fa 11 Mrs. A m i l i a ' . Fuckmns- ter foil against . l': a door and broke three ribs last week. She will be Confined to bed for am indefi­ nite period. Mrs. Sill Mason is staying at the Buckmaster home to take care of her.

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 18 April 1957, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1957-04-18/ed-1/seq-8/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.