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PAGE TWO JUDITH BASIN STAR DECEMBER 23. 1937 Enroll Now For CCC Camp Enrollment forms have been re- ceived at the County Welfare office for those desiring to enter the CCC between now and January 20. Young men from 17 to 24 years of age are eligible. Those who have reached the are of 24 are eligible until they are 25. No exceptions regarding age are possible. October 1 Judith Basin county had 20 enrollees and 8 more were added that month. The income to the county was $340. While the CCC was primarily de- signed for those who are on the re- lief rolls a limited number of young men designated as \out of employ- ment and needing work\ may be ac- cepted. 1 Benchland John Valentine was a county seat caller Saturday. • RtidvJerini was in from his ranch Monday attending to business mat- ters. Mr. and Mrs. 'instill Stout and children Were Great Falls callers Friday. J.31. Harney delivered turkeys and chickens to the Lewistown mar ket last Thursday. Herb Smith - arrived home Sun- day eveninp from his work in the Rayneeford country. Rudy Hsjenga was recently taken to the hospital at Lewistown suf- fering from paralysis. Mr. James Bair of Rudyard, vis- ited at the home of his sister-in-law Mrs. Mary Spencer on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. W, Sullivan and John Valentine attended the finial - al of the late Arthur O'Neill held at Moccasin last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Holzer en- tertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kaufman, Mrs. Tony Fleseh and Gus Kaufman. Mrs. Norris Spratt and infant daughter returned to their home here Wednesday from the St. Jos- eph hospital at Lewistown. Art's Melodians are playing for the big New Year's dance at the Hobson gymnasium on December 31. You can't afford to miss this big time. The Benchland ladies aid society plan to have a dinner at noon on Thursday, December :10th. An in- vitation is extended to the public to attend. Mrs. Mary Spencer, daughter Jessie, and niece, Leora Baer, ac- coinpanied by Mr. and Mrs. James Cervenka and daughter Mildred, were Lewistown shoppers Saturday. Friends of the community ar- ranged a dancing party on Thurs- day evening of last week for Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Kaufman. a re- cent bride and groom. The party was held in the community hall and a large number of their friends were present. Among some of the folks from this vicinity who attended the fun- eral of the late Mrs. Burr Hill held at Great Falls Saturday, were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kaufman. Gus Kaufman, Tony Flesch. Mrs. Herb Smith and son Victor, Hulda • e • - , eqi•-•• . .\\r1 1 ....\ It has been a real pleasure to know and serve you. And we hope that we may continue to deeerve.your good will and conL,ence in the coming year is our highest wish. TO you One and all we extend the seasQn's greetings and hope that your Christmas be the merriest and happiest -you have ever had. WOODS OIL COMPANY man, Vern Valentine Mr. and Mrs. James Holzer. Mr. and Mr. George Holzer and Jake Holzer. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson honored their son Chester on his eleventh birthday with a party on Wednesday evening of last week. Invited guests were Mrs. Herb Smith, Victor Smith, Leo -a Baer, Huldalngman, Jessie Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Valentine, Jack Valentine. Mrs. Mary Spencer, Lee Metcalfe. Lorraine Metcalfe, Mary Lee Grissom and Gloy Grissom. A lovely lunch was served by the hos- tess. Offers Self For Sale (Continued from page 1) offering herself in marriage to any respectable man who will send her family $500; and requesting he make the letter public in the press. Pov- erty grips the Donnelle family, the girl writes; a mother ill and no jobs. Published in Helena papers, sever- al volunteer donations were tendered to be forwarded. How many marri- age offers went by direct mail is un- known. Describing herself, the girt states she is five feet, three inches tall, dark complexioned, weighs 108 pounds and has been told that she resembles Jean Harlow. ex-edei*ixelee...eseeeette-etieeeee-,,akele e le/e l l-hem getiet g4ediet94, q .ea4 ctet Saideediait 04 gifet.C4 Redesced&e apialst Bath 'lases e Lowest long, distance rates again will be in effect this year all day Christmas and New Year's. day between points in the United States. Sunday follows both holidays and since tom: distance rates are reduced each Sun- day during the year it gives you a choice of two days to telephone good wishes to far -away members of your family, rela- tives and friends. On Christmas and New Year's weekends, lowest rates actually begin at 7 p.m. Fri- day and continue through Saturday and Sunday until 1:30 a. in. Monday. What;cde ‚'&c «'e& ye«. lifeea hea4?