Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, November 14, 1958, Image 10

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.Eag.fi . 10______;________ H u n t e s € 3 e t ' M e r i t Earl Johnson and sons, Garoth and Ever- ut, wont hunting, Sat­ urday, Nov. 8. Mr. Johnson shot and kill­ ed a two point white tail buck and a mule deer doe. Evoret John­ son shot and killed a spike mule doer buck and Gareth Johnson killed a mule deer fawn. Richard Shea, Sverot and Garoth .Johnson motored to Libby Nov. 9 to go oik. minting. They hunted Nov. 19 and 11 with their un­ cle, Duane Johnson, They wore unsuccessful in getting their game. € 1 a s s f t u d i e s A Montana Survey Re­ port was given to the American government class, taught by Mr. Biggar. From this re­ port the colleges will be able to get a gen­ eral idea how many graduates from Montana high sdhools will en­ ter college next year, and also the percent­ age in each occupa­ tion. The class has boon studying about the Federal Court System and also the Laws and their enforcement, Dennis Butts hasboen absent from sdhool be­ cause of an injury re­ ceived while Christmas treeing Saturday, Nov­ ember l.He fell from a moving joepandthe rear wheel rihover his ' leg but no bones were broken. H 0 M I I W E C H A I M S A W S F F C t G E N E S C H E R M E R H O R N . . E v . a r green. . I I q v Q m . b o r - . l 1 * , - . - 1 . 9 5 8 - C o e s K a r r l . f f o l l S F r o m 0 Members of the Order of Eastern Star, Chap­ ter #6k, of Eureka at­ tended the reception of the Wothy Grand Matron and other dis­ tinguished guests at Columbia Falls, Monday evening, Nov. 10. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dc- Pratu, Mrs. Victoria Baney, and Mrs. of Dorthy Great Anderson Falls. Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 11, Mrs. Lloyd Do Pratu, Mrs. Dorthy An­ derson, Mrs, Blythe Lesturd, and Mrs, Vic- toia Baney attondod the offical visit at the Adah Chapter in Kalispell. i l a r c t i b o n k s E n t e r t a i n s The Ladies Mission­ ary Society of the Church of God mot at the homo of Mrs, Hu­ bert Marchbanks, Tuos. Nov.1*. It was an *11 day meeting with luncheon served at noon by the hostess. A study was present­ ed o' church condi­ tions in the United Stages. Kenny Gwynr traveled to Kalispell Friday, Oct. 31 e s o s k a Kay Karr, son-in-law of K/ick Webb of Rex- ferd, was chosen to represent the Forest Ranger of Southern Alaska at a mooting in Salt Lake City, Utah, held Oct. 1-8. Mr. Karr flow to 'and from this meeting. s h e r W i s i t i c k i n s o n s Mr. and Fishery Donald K5rk of dinner home of Howard Trego on 9 * . The guests day hunting, Mrs, Fisher Mrs. Delbert Francos Mc- and Dolores Kalispell were guests at the Mr. and Mrs, -Dickinson of Sunday, Nov, spent the is Mr. Dickinson’s sisters, • » A Halloween party was held at the Pink- ham school house on Nov, 1, The ' group watched TV and they had refreshments of coffee and 'carmalizod popcorn, Prizes wore given to the three childern with the best cos­ tumes, There wore people present. about 56 Attend the Fernie Gome November 1 8

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 14 Nov. 1958, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1958-11-14/ed-1/seq-10/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.