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N o v e m b e r . . . J . 3 , — 1 9 5 8 - E v .e n g . r . a e n . -Eagi?__2- M i 4-1 ■| C lu b Crusher Ifeover €)n jonized Set Up Honored B i i .1 Richter, County The O'Brien Con- Mrs, Weanard Weavei Extension agent, was at the Rexford Grade School to help organ ize the Rexford k - - H - Club for the new year on Monday, November. 3 . The presiding offic er of the meeting was Caroline Decker. The new ^officers elected were; President, Willa Noble; VP, Eilly Mar vel; Secretary and Treasurer, Kathy Deck*- er; reporter, Joy Webb. The pins and certif icates were given to the members who com pleted one year of ■4— H. Some other busin ess the meeting accom plished was the addmi- ttance of three new members. Clothing and food are the two projects of the year. Since live stock is not available some of the Rexford members are to join the Eureka group. Willa Noble was el ected president of the club, Billy Marvel-VP, Kathy Decker-Secretary and Treasurer, and Joy Webb-Reporter. Mabelle Decker, Naomi Robbe, and Maree Badgley are the lead ers . There are 16 old mem bers of the club and three new. struction' Company, of Great Falls, Montana, moved into Rexford to crush gravel November 7, from Warland where they were last set up. They plan .to leave about November 1 * + , if the weather permits them to get the gravel crushed. They have three crushers and a set of scales set up in the pit where 10,5000 tons of 5/8 inch gravel is to be crushed . The last time this set was in Rexford, they crushed 3 /C inch grav<- el. When they finish their project here, they plan to go to Deep Creek, near For- tine. Here they will crudh about the same amount of gravel as they did in Rexford. This company hopes to have seven more sets by Christmas. Parties celebrating Halloween were given in the classes of the Rexford Grade School, Oct. 31* Each class served from two to four re freshments and played games. The first and second grades saw a movie entitled \Hallo ween! gave a surprise birth day party for her hus band, Weanard, Satur day evening, November 1. Those present we: Mrs. and Mr, Weanar Weaver,' Mr. and Mrs Bob Feilzer, Mr, Mrs. Art Purdy, Mrs. Ivan Ingram. The evening spent by visiting cake and ice cream served. Porrishs' Host e and a net W cU and was nner Mr. and Mrs. JcM Parrish were host to six couples at a w O ' game dinner on Sunday evening, November d The dinner was p c ' , luck n.i included grill- led ram steaks, roast Canadian goose. and Roast wild Duck. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kearns, M r ; Ana Mrs I. C. Lestrud, Mr. end Mrs. Norman Haas, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Morrison and Mr. and Mrs, Larry Riley - Mr. Fred King, Mr. Lawrence H.-gle and Jack Higle \ flew .vo Poison where they cl some Pheasant hunt! i. Mrs. Lloyd DePratU, Beatrice Rogers, and Delila De ITatu motored to Whitefish Thursday, Nov. 6 , on business. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Rogers of Seeley Lake spent Nov. 1-2 visit- 5ng 0 1 the home of M p . and Hr s . L1oyd DoPratu. K o o t e n a i i F e w k e s Store . S e r v i c e Pioneer Store Buy your gas & oil at Kootenai Service. A/e also sell pop . arid sandy. We are put ting in some groceries • Groceries GENERAL MERCHANDISE R e x f o r d Rexford