Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, November 14, 1958, Image 20

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Page 20 .vorgreen 'November 1*+, l~y8 P u r d y H o s t s M o r m o n s V i s i t IHeiqhbors Club 'The JFr i end 1 y N c ig h- bors Home Demonstrat­ ion Club met November 5, at the home of rirs. Lynn Purdy. A dessert luncheon was served by the hostess at 1 : 30 . ' ‘label Shea was accepted into the club after the routine bus­ iness was disposed of. The annual Christmas Party was discussed' and planned for the next meeting which will be at the home of rs. Jim nein on Dec­ ember 10. The new of­ ficers will be in­ stalled at that time. The ‘ mittens for the annual donations of mittens to the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grades, were announced to be ready. The mystery gift was won by Jennie Anderson. Mra. Lawerence Migle and Mary Higle motored to Kali spell, Oct. 30. S Luther Forman and his wife Helen and their son tester and a friend Clifford Hack from ^avre,Mont­ ana ^re staying at the Ted Burk resid­ ence. Mrs. Norman' is Mrs. Burks sister. Mr. and Mrs. Norman and son Lester plan to stay until about November 20 but Mr. Hack has to return to Havre Monday. i h W r e c k s V 3 l o g g i n g T r u c k Jerry Burch wrecked Henry Kellers Diamond T logging truck on the Bolder Creek road Sat­ urday Nov. 8. Jerr,y was starting to slow down for a turn when the truck started tipping. The truck was damaged con­ siderably. No one was hur t . iQ m e Hurst, Roy Roberts, Charles Cope, and Orville Mustard went elk hunting at Clicks Dude Ranch near Augusta. Dom Mustard, Orvilles brother, Jim Nayeor and Jim Day of Denton, went ■ hunting too. They left Sat­ urday, Nov. 1 and Hurst and Roberts re­ turned Sunday Nov. 9. Charles Cope and Orville Mustard went on to Denton deer hunting and to visit relatives. They re­ turned Tuesday Nov.11. They got their elk. wrs. Weatha Ingram returned from Circle Pines, Minnesota, D0v. *+, She had gone to Circle Pines to visit with he son, Aichard Ingram, who works as construction boss for a construction company that builds railroads. 7lL32 PLACE T © § 7 r w i : T r o c t i o n i z i n g L u b r i c a t i o n T u n e u p s T i r o R e p o i r s b i o r O v e r h a u l i n g £ s A u t o R e p a i r s F o r S e r v i c e T h o t S a t i s f i e s T r y G l e n n ' s 2 4 H R . W r e c k e r S e r v i c e “ C a l l 5 5 8 1

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 14 Nov. 1958, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1958-11-14/ed-1/seq-20/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.