Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, November 14, 1958, Image 17

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. . . a ; : T . l V , ,. I . 9 5 B - JESt£glC££BL W o r k e r s /|% e e t ffe© Worker’s Confer­ ence of the Sunday School staff of the Baptist Church met, Monday, Nov. 3 , at the Eaptist Church. Rev 0 Pershall opened the meeting with scripture reading and prayer. Problems per­ taining to* the Sunday School were discussed with the result that it was decided to con­ centrate on the in­ creasing attendance of the Sunday School by the setting aside of specific days for the teachers to' call at the home of the pupils The first calling day was set for Nov. 23«. It Vcs 7 also decided to teacn children more basic stories of the Bibleo Future projects include food baskets for shut ins, and the singing of Christmas carols. The uaxt Workers Conference wF 11 be held the second Monday in December at the Eaptist Church. The REA has recently, donated two signs to the city of Eureka These signs were erect' ed on both sides of the city. These signs welcome drivers to the city and warn them to drive carefully. They were erected Nov. 1. FORTUNE MERCANTILE For Better Buys £ M A R G U E R I T E A N D F R E D K a r m ' v e n rty ________Page. 1£ on its side, Nov. 5, mile west of A Studio Girl Charm Party was held at the Finkham school house on Oct. 30 with Mrs. Sid Workman as host­ ess. The group played games and looked at the display of merchan­ dise. Mrs. Dale Cook and Mrs. Ed Finch won prizes. Those present were Mrs. Ken Stockner, Mrs. Chuck Workman, Mrs. Randall Richmond, Mrs. Ed Finch, Mrs, Lynn Workman, Mrs. Wayne Richmond, Mrs. Dale Cook, Mrs. Lee Utter, Mrs. Vernon Fisher, and Mrs. Sid Workman. Refreshments of jello, cookies, and coffee or tea were served. ten Burns struck U v e r A five-ton 1957 Chevi truck owned and driven by Steve Totten one-haIf Fortine. Neither of the passengers were hurt and no damage was done to the truck; usbands Honored The Helping Hand Sewing Circle held their annual husbands supper on November 1, at the Masonic dining room with 25 attending. A Pot Luck dinner of fried chicken was en­ joyed by all. Everyone took part in selecting gifts from the grab bag at ten cents a grab. Four tables of pinochle was played after supper with the high prize for woman going to Mrs. Cliff Johnson and low prize to Sina Johnson. For men high prize went to Tom Price and low went to Lynn Purdy. Mrs.' Burgess Drake won the traveling prize.

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 14 Nov. 1958, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1958-11-14/ed-1/seq-17/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.