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November 15 ? 1957 Evergreen Page 11 M r s H a n r y P o n t o n PneS Funeral services for Mrs. Henry Ponton were held at the Gonpf funeral home Nov. 5 with the Rev. Eugene Barger in charge. Mrs. Eugene Barger sang \The Old Rugged Cross\ \Face to Face\ \In the Sweet ^ye and Bye\ with Mrs. Armond Bean as pianist. Pallbearers were John Cole, Orvin LarT son, Marlowe Larson', Joe Van Bimmel , Amos Kenney and Will Cole. Myrtle Laura \Akert was born at Oshkosh, Wisconson in 1872. She was united in marriage to Charles Henry Clap per in 1890. Six 'child ren were born to this union. Mrs . Myrtle Clapper was united in marriage to Henry Pon ton July 19? 1918. One daughter , Mrs. Bernice Tripplett of Spokane, Wash, preceed- ed her in death Feb. 11, 19 5 2 . She is sur vived by her husband, Henry Ponton of Eureka, two daughters Mrs. Try A Zenith TV Set First Guard your reception with a weather guard Antenna R a y ' 3 R 0 c l i o T V T V L A M e e t ^ (cont. from P. *+) were served at card- tables. Following the dinner, separate meet ings were held. The TVLA unanimously voted to financially support the forth coming district court trial of Jim Roberts of Eureka, who is try- to’ collect from the AEtna* Insurance. Co. for cattle killed by a car insured- with the AEtna Insurance Co. This suit was decided in favor of Roberts by the local courts, but has been appealed by the insurance company. The Cowbelles ac cepted Mable Peltier, Catherine Underwood , Alice Pu^dy, Mary I.eighty and Marjorie MarVG1 a . c ; npw mpmhfifS, Hazel Harper of Wenat chee, Wash. and Mrs. Ethel Albright of Spo kane, Wash. Three sons, Neal H. ^lapper of K a l - ispell, Mont. and Noyce C. Clapper of Spokane, Wash. Mrs. Ponton Died in the Libby Hospital N o v . 1, 1957 at the age of 85. Interment was in the Tobacco Valley ''Getro tary. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Irwin are the parents of a baby girl born Nov. 6 at Whitefish. They have named her Vivian Catherine. ___ Do rit let old marty Winter catch- Plans for mimeograph ing and assembling ,a brandbook containing names and the brands of all the local cat tlemen were made. Sug gestions were also made to have station ary printed with maps of local roads and ranches on the back. The joint meeting was considered a suc cess by all who attend ed The Annual Ingather ing of the Missionary Ladies of the Church of God was held Nov.L, at the Grange Hall . Chili and coffee was served at ' noon and doughnuts and coffee was served all after noon, with a turkey dinner at' 5 pm. Sew ing and embroidery work was on uxsplay and also a food sale was conducte d. __ _ ___ _ S I: f tTfr N f o r A I I Y .0 u r S u p p l i e s I n W 1 n t e r N e e d s , A n d F o Y o l i r ' W 1 r t a r C h a c k - r 1 p Battery Radiator Hose ' Thermostats Anti-Freeze \/ l\ i s