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Page 10 ... ov (c on t . f r orn ?i& g e 3) down. The kick was again blocked. Late in the fourth quarter Fred Pitman hit Stephen Janowicz with a pass, the play was for 65 yards and Eureka rs . .only touch down. Neil West ran the extra noint making the score at the end of the game, Flathead 18, Eureka 7. - L i o n F a n s G o T o L i b b y ... Several LCHS Lion fans motcJred to Libby Saturday night, Oct. 26, to attend the Eu re ka-Libby game. Those who attended the game were Lloyd West, Mrs. Lucy West,\ Marlene Bolen, Ross McKenzia, Delbert McKenzie, Jack Curtis, Jeanie Apeland, Sharon^ Kay, and Danny Ness, Mr. and- Mrs. Gale Holder,* Betty and Bobby Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gwynn, Jimmy Peltier * Roger McKen zie j Dale Holder, Mary Fr6st, Janet Skelly, Rosemary Torres. Loirs* Johnson, Sharon’Osier, Lila Schermerhorn, Mrv and^Mrs. Wernei* Held, and Pauline. F a n s C h e e r A t T h o m p s o n F a l l s Many Eureka resi-. dents traveled to- Thompson Falls to at-, tend the Lions vs Blue Hawks game, .. Sat urday, Oct. 19, to cheer the Lions on to- victory with a . score D i e r m a M s C o b i n s •; r .♦ • 'i Cleanest Cabins In Town _______ Evergreen _______ of 12-7. Those who took the team were Fred LaRoque, Bill ’.Van Lo’ishout, James McCauley and Lloyd West. Mike Gwynn took Ernie Roo, Kurt Roose, Everett Weed, Jack Graves and Steve Madison* Other fans that.fol lowed the team .were Jim Leonard, Kenny Peterson, Johnny Beck- strom, Kenneth Frost, Billie Stevens, Eliza beth Stevens, Myrna Alavana, Glenna Erick son, Mary Frost, Thel ma Kautzman, Rosemary Torres, Lila Schermer- hoin, Lorna Johnson, Sharon Osier, Dale Os ier and Jim Kuchenski. P a u l T o t t e n B u i l d s A d d i t i o n Paul Totten has built a new addition 18 feet by 28 feet on A t t e n t ion:.F i r s t \ B a p ______November 1; 1957. his garage. He put in a cement floor around the grease pit. The new addition is built- out of 2 x ^s. He hopes to have it fin ished before it gets too cold* Singer Machine CO.Gives Lessons The Singer Machine Co. of Kalispell start ed Oct. 7, giving sew ing classes at LCHS. They shall continue through Oct. Ik and Oct. 28 , with Mrs. Louise Tritt as in structor . Those that have been attending these class es are.- Mrs. Dale Cook, Mrs. Albina .Johnson, Mrs. H. W. Reed, Mrs. H.D. Smi- _ley, Mrs. Amel Swing, Mrs. Lawrence Tuxill, Mrs. Tony Torres, Mrs. - (c o n t ; on pa rc 13 ) ___ 1.1 *st ChufchMembers All friends, members and associate members -of the, First Baptist Church are invited to a pot-luck Fellowship supper at the Parish House on Sunday....Nov, 3',-. at ' 5 : 3 0 pm. This is not a business meeting, but a Fellowship, round ta ble discussion and Worship s-ervice. Those of you who are working in the Christmas trues, Icome as you are * when you can. iCoffee furnished. - T h e P I d e e F o r a R e a l B u y . O n - ; ' H a r d w a r e G a s G r o c e r i e s . G u n s ’ P r o d u c e ., O i l , W e G i v e S W H G r e e n S t a m p s F O R T I N C M E R C A N T I L E A.L GUSTAFSON DPA EUREKA INSURANCE AGENCY - ; ONE STOP INSURANCE SERVICE REPRESENTING THE BEST IN COMPANIES COVERING LIFE m t AUTO TRUCK CASUALTY^COLLI SI ON’ BONDS NOTARY PUBLIC SERVICE