Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, February 21, 1958, Image 9

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JB9bT.uary 2 1 , , . . . 1 . 9 5 . 8 EVERGREEN £ a g - a — 9 . F i r s t A i d C l a s s e s T o B e T a u q h t First aid classes will start in Rexford as soon as possible to be held at the Rex­ ford Grade School. Three different class­ es will be held, they will be standard which is a 10 hour class, advanced which is lo hours and advanced re­ freshers which will be eight hours. Those who will be in ■the standard class are Wernard Weaver, Harry Woffendo.n, Mrs. Jerry Marvel, Dan Brown; Jim Glass, Leo Collar, Mrs. Frod Hammons, Bert' Walbridge, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson, Beft Webb, Lawerence Higle, Wm. Noble, Mrs* Betty Ryan. Those who will take the advanced 'course are Sam Mocko, Mary Ingram, M.O, Stark; Don Baillie,Bob Hark, Jerry ^Marvel, Mr, and Mrs. Arcy DeLapp, Earl Franck Jr. and Mr, and Mrs. Claude Madden. Gus Verdal, Bob Feilzer, Wayne Robbe, Ray Knotts, Frank Bol- les, Norman Peterson and A.R,.Hall will take- the advanced .re­ freshers course,, Jack Parrish, Karl Kaufman and Bill Few- kes will conduct the classes in Rexford. Donald Brock x^ill also conduct a ' class at Tooley Lake, Fred King motored to Kolispcll, February 13 on business. H o lla rfjro c e ry C o f f e e S h o p G r o c e r i e s We give S&H Green Stamps R e x f o r d . M o n t a n o P a r r i s h L e a d s S t u d y G r o u p Mrs. Jack Parrish will serve as the dis­ cussion leader for the Rexford-Eureka group for the newly organiz­ ed Parenthood Study Groups. The groups-, will meet in a series of eight meetings; through April, \Parenthood in a Free Nation\ is the title of the subject that the groups will discuss. The discus­ sions are designed for parents with pre­ school and young school children. This course has been taken by more than 500 parent groups in 37 states and several Candian .provi&nces since it was introduc­ ed in 1953i This is the first year the courses have been of­ fered in Montana. Three groups that are underway are in Libby, Rexford-Euroka and Fortine. R G S V H a s ' H V a l e n t i n e P a r t y The Rexford Grade School had a Valentine party, Friday, Feb, l l | . Each room had theii own separate party. Ice cr. am, cookies, ard pop were served. lo t ten S e rvic e P a u l ^ B e t t y ^ P a t G a s - - - - O i l - C I i n t o n S a w s W i n t e r T i r e s We give S&H Green Stamps .Rex ford., Montana T e r r y O B r i e n C e l e b r a t e s Terry O^Brien cele­ brated his fifth birthday at his home February 11, Friends who helped him celebrate his birthday were Mrs. Ben Apeland, Ralph . ,and Debbie and Mrs. Lester Ross of Trego; Connie and Kathy Hansberry of Eureka; Blenda O ’Brien Mrs. Leo O ’Brien; Deb­ bie and Paula, Dale Clemons, Mrs. Dick Peltier and Mrs. Sam Doble and Sammy. M r s , C C l e m m o n s H a s A t t a c k Mrs. Clarence Clem­ mons of Rexford suf­ fered an\ attack of appendicitis Saturday evening, Feb. l5« She was taken to Dr, For­ rest Schroeder in Eu­ reka and was immedi­ ately rushed to St. Johns’ Lutheran Hos­ pital in Libby by Gene Yahvah. Petra and Louis: Clemmons are staying at the home of Mrj and Mrs. D.D. Madison dur­ ing their mother’s recovery. «■* — Kootenai Service G a s - - - - - - - O i l T i r e s F r e d ^ S u s i e H u m e I n R e x f o r d . M o n t a n a H W m . ffewkes F o r G e n e r a l Merchandise P i o n e e r S t o r e I n Rexford^ Mont ana.

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 21 Feb. 1958, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1958-02-21/ed-1/seq-9/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.