Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, November 14, 1958, Image 12

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C i t y C o u n c i l I H e e t s Pape 12 Evergreen November 15, 1958 The Eureka City Council met Monday, Nov. 3 , with the mayor, four councilmen, and the clerk and trea­ surer in attendance The . visiters were Joe Pitman, Melvin Miller, Francie Micheals, Myrle Carvey, Tom Burch, Otto Olt, Ed Richardson, and Armond Bean, Mayor Nelson stated that there were ten protests to special improvement District No. 12, and said the Council would try to clarify all misinter­ pretations on this and went on to state that the S.I.D. would be assessed by taxation over a period of eight years,and tha cost was per lineal foot, which meant that if the line served both sides of the street that the cost would be di­ vided between them. The mayor announced that Mrs. Fred A1ver­ son had requested a street light be placed on the street where she lived. And Anna Olson had requested a sign for emergency parking be put in front of her maternity hospital. Deputy Sheriff,Frank Heibein, explained to S C H E R M E R H O R N Radio and TV Repair R A D I O B o b i I n v i t e s Y o u T o C o m e I n A n d S e e T h e N e w H a i r S t y l e s F o r T h e C o m i n g H o l i d a y S e a s o n P H O N E 5 2 5 1 the council the de­ tails of the disturb­ ances that happened on Halloween. The council discuss­ ed the possibility of digging another test well. The mayor read a letter from Engineer Frank Scott, suggest­ ing the location for different well , site 3 and that well driiler John Belmeyer, was confident of hitting an adaquate supply of water. The council agreed that a test well should be drilled on the REA property. o m e B e i n q R e m o d e l e e The J home of Mrs. Rose Albee is being remodeled. The front porch was removed and the space was added to the front room. Three large picture windows were put in the front; also added to the front room was a fire place. The fireplace is made from Italian marble and ceramic tile. The mantle is also made of Italian marble. At the foot of the stairway is a Ten­ nessee marble planter. Also added to the front room is a closet In the front room and dinning room chan­ deliers imported from Spain were added and also wall to wall car­ pet in both rooms. Placed in the front room is an imperted Italian marble coffee table. The concrete founda­ tion has been laid for a double gaphge in the back. The,, kitchen is also going to be re- modled and'a full bath downstairs. The house should be completed by the first of the year. » u m e w i n s H o n t e s t Dorothy Mae Sume of Fortine entered a cross word puzzle con­ test and won $90 down on a sewing machine or $i |0 down on a vacuum cleaner. Joan Banning of For­ tine also won $89 in a certificate form.

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 14 Nov. 1958, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1958-11-14/ed-1/seq-12/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.