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7olume XIV, No. 3 EXPERTS \l\/i LL ADVISE On Tuesday,l'bvember,15, at 7:30, at the Community Hall a group of Family Af- fairs Month speakers will speak before the Community Club members and all whr, are interested. The pur.pose of the Fam- ily Affairs Month is to urge _ the head of every household to plan for his family 1 s future financial security and for his own retirement. The £our pro- fessions concerned with financial planning are stag- ing the event. A team of speakers . com- posed . of a1 attorney, banker, insurance . man 21d certified public accountant will be available to the organ ' iza- tion without charge. The program will be from 20 to 35 minutes, depending on the number of questions. Speakers will answer questions ruch as, \How can you know what your retire- ment income will be - over and above social security? What part will your insur- ance income play in your retirement income? ~ Are you insured to value? Have you made a will? Should your wifehave a will? Will the value of your estate be reduced by lack of tax planning? Are you taking all of your income tax de- ductions that you·are p~r- mitted to take?\ Speakersare well quali- fied and their talks will contain valuable informa- tion for you and your fam- Winifred, Montana ily. This is one phase of the program on . the family that'ihe Community Club'Will be presenting this year. The Community Cluburges all Community Club members and all who• are inteYested to attend. FACULTY J Ol _ JJ]J,J E Y S M .E .A. teachers I eonven .. tions were held on October 20 .nd 21 il\Missou.la, Boze- man, Miles City and Great Falls. The purpose or the• teachers 1 conventions were to encourage M ontana edu. cators to keep abreast cf the latest improvements tn the field of education. According to I-'lr. Clark, who attended1he convention in Bozeman, the lectures of Dr, Banks were the nest in- teresting and meaningful part of the entire conven- tion. Mrs. Asbjornso~, Mns. Miller and Mr. Kettering were also interested in the lectures of Dr. Banks, Mr. Minet,te, wboattend- ed in Great Falls, liked the private meetings best. Mr. Sauvageau and Mr. Bergum also attended the GreatFallsConvention where they enjoyed the Northern Divisional meeting of Sup- erintendents and coachs. It was discussed at length on redistrictingaf schools for athletic, music, and speech activities. The matter will be referred to the Montana High School Association in the near future. If redistricting takes place it will not go into effect this school year. It 1 lll:e interesting to see what happens. November 1, 1966 Mr. Danielsat.tended the convention in Bozeman, The hi[;hlight of ihe convention for him was talking with teachers he used to have. Mrs. Owings was unable to attend because of her daughter's operation. Miss Ensor was unable to attend because of an illness, JUNIOR ' PLAY The Junior Class will present their play, 11 The Courtship afEtldie,s Father'' on November 18at 7:30 p.m. a.mi November 19 at 8:00 p.m. This playwilHedirected by Mrs. Owings with Betty · Thompson and Charlene Obrecht as assisting di- rectors. The play will be about a young boy who has a lot of trouble getting his father to marry the right girl. You can get tickets from any Junior. THIS IS A REAL ' COMEDY• :i:iE SURE TO COMEt OLGA SAYS : c_-:::) BRING YOUR LUNCH MONEY \