Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, November 14, 1958, Image 7

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NpvemfcSE.l^ffiSS. > - & * Any one losing a child’s plaid jacket, size ten, may aquire it at the Main Street Grocery* Evergreen The ^irc Engine was called out about 7fm Thursday, November 6. A brush fire was burn­ ing outside the city limits. ----------------------------- Eagfl-% --------- son, Bob St. Peter who is stationed at Trea­ sure Island. Marsha Fay James was admitted-to the VJhite- fish hospital for den­ tal extractions, on Oct. 31. Bov. Charles Bar- rows, father of Bev. Cliff Barrows, assoc­ iate evangelist of BiXi|^*Grafca-aj-, - ,was/thb Sunday evening speaker at the Assembly of God Church. Word has been re- cieved that Sidney E. Workman, an old time resident Wof .^-Eureka, has passed away at the age of 62 at LaGrande, Oregon. Mr. and Wrs.DeWayne Krueger attended the homecoming game ; ■ • at .Washington State Col­ lege in Pullman, Wash­ ington. They left Nov. 6 and returned Nov. 9» The senior class is holding a dance in the LCHS gymn Saturday night, Nov. 15. Dancing^will be from 8pm until 11pm, Music by popular re­ cords. Everyone come and have fun. Lawrence Borup, Jim Peltier, and Vernie Peltier traveled to Kalispell Thursday, Nov. 6, to attend a meeting for Union 76 men. Bay Cope motored’to Kalispell November 6 to pick up his 1953 Ford convertible which has been in the garage. Buy Your Annual Now Bev. E. H. Brown and daughter, missionaries from Indonesia, con­ ducted a missionary service at the Assem­ bly of God Church, Oct. 31. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Combs and daughter are here visiting rela­ tives. Duane Combs is on furlough from the army. He has been stationed in Georgia and from here he will go to California. Mrs. Albert St. Peter left Eureka on Sunday, Nov. 2 to travel by train to San Fransjsco where she will visit with two of Caroline Decker, Idell Woydcmcyor, Lee Kearney, Marge McDon­ ald, and Pauline Held were quests at a slum­ ber party held at Ilia Ann Olson’s home, Fri- day night Oct. 31 ♦ • Mr. and Mr s . John Swing, Mr• and Mrs. Duane Meuli, and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Purdy traveled to Kalispell Saturday night, Nov.l, for dinner and danc­ ing. Mrs. Doris Broderick left for Spokane, Wash. \Nov. k, to sec her son, Dale 'Bc.c-de- rick, and return his baby daughter to him. her brothers and her I F S O C O M E I N A N D S E E U S F O R A N E W e a : (// pgggF fX-.A > 1 ^ Q Q - * *

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 14 Nov. 1958, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1958-11-14/ed-1/seq-7/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.