Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.) 1946-1968, February 20, 1959, Image 11

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R e d C r o s s S t a r t s C l a s s e s A .series of First Aid Classes for the Rexford, Fortine, Tre­ go, and Eureka areas will be offered as soon .as can be sched­ uled. Anyone interested in the following courses should contact any in­ structor or Wm. L. Fewkes, First Aid Chairman of the Eureka Chapter. Standa'rd, advanced, and advanced refresher are the courses offer­ ed. In order to sched­ ule classes this ad­ vanced information is necessary. All the a- bove courses will be offered in any of the areas. The instructors are Pat Hume, Fortine 5 Pete Klinke Jr., Mrs. Cecelia Irwin, and Norman Peterson of Eureka; Jack Parish, Donald Brock, Karl Kaufman, Mrs. Arcy De Lapp and Wm. L. Fewkes of Rexford. D o u g l a s 7 T r a v e l 6 0 0 0 M i l e s Edith and Lyle Doug­ las returned February 3 from a 6000 mile trip that took them through Washington, Oregon, California, New Mexico, and Old ...Page 12 ________________ Mexico. Nettie Bird Accom­ panied them to Deming, Washington where she visited relatives. They visited Vernon Douglas' at Chewelah, Vernice Warden at Au­ burn, and Mary Alice Owens at Bellingham, Washington. Sharon Douglas, George and Betty Phillips, and Clyde Smith at Port­ land, Oregon. They spent a short while in Old Mexico and Imperial Valley, Death Valley and Yose- mite Park in Califor­ nia.' They considered it a very educational trip. _____ Evergreen ________ Mrs. Margaret Amdahl, recent visitor to Russia, will be avail­ able in March or April to speak to the Tobac­ co Valley Parents- Teacher's Association as announced by Mrs. Merrill Tripp at the PTA meeting of Feb.12. Clarence Lee and Mrs. Hildegard Hammond gave talks on educa­ tion at the meeting. February 20. 1959 Signs of an abundant water supply have shown up on the test well on REA property as reported by Gerald Kinney at the city council meeting Feb. 2 . Wayne Sakariason, representative from Mountain Tractor Co., and Joe Gibbons pre­ sented pamphlets and information regarding tractors to the coun­ cil- at the meeting. The council appoint­ ed the . judges and places for the city election on April 6 . H u m e R e c e i v e s Pat Hume, District I Commander, was awarded the life membership award. He received the award for maintaining the same membership in his district as last year. His district was chosen out of the other seven districts, for having a 100 $ membership. Beat Falls Beat Libby

Evergreen (Eureka, Mont.), 20 Feb. 1959, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/Evergreen/1959-02-20/ed-1/seq-11/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.