The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on November 12, 1957 · Page 6
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-6 THE INTER LAKE, Tuesday, November 12, 1957 Astrological Forecast By Carroll Righter FOR WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1957 ARIES (March 21 io April 15) Don't permit that altercation te- tv. t c n . a home tie and an acquaintance r u i n your d a y . Be neutral. See' that you plan your · time cleverly so you i:'ny observe only the liner side of I'.K-II n a t u r e . TAUHUS (April 20 io May 20) A Vcllow worker of merit is unable t i - imd?r.sl;ind our attitude. Make it ;i Doinl lc perform all the work you }w k n o w l e d g e of business matters. 1'u e x a c t and you succeed. Ciernmi (May 21 ) o June 21) You are inclined to heavy expendi- t u r e of m o n e y for m i n o r pleasure i vc;:U!t you r i g h t f u l l y feel you have i.;i:Mcd n fine time, but why be i ..'iT-Hvag.-int nnd extirpate the money -v on li.-ivc sweated for? Find wonder: u l , inexpensive outlets. CAIfCEH (June 22 io July Z l ) ; t . .inp into n r g u m e n t which someone tl'crc is eager to start. Be courteous snd a d m i r i n g w i t h outsiders. Buy new rliHhe;,, take beauty treatments. I.EO (July 22 Io Aug. 21) Take p a r t i c u l a r care on the road or d r i v i n g , also in your letter writing, or you may get into rather serious cial matter. Be as silent as possible and absorb fine advice. It may be the means of. gaining far greater abundance. ·LIBRA (Sepl. 2S Jo OcJ. 22) Drown yourself today In the larger, more important scopes of life, rele- Satmg small personal aim to the background. Seek the advice of most influential persons within your sphere, and follow it. Be BIG. SCORPIO (Oct. n to Nov. 21) There is much valuable data so easily available to you. if you will but let go of that long-time worry that - o you in its grip. Printed rs, periodicals, TV, radio matter, are re- paper... ,,.--~* plete with it. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) A good friend of keen mentality and very practical Is today able to show you how you are living too 1 close to your special problem. Let you ideally. Follow advice* CA_PRICORN (Dec. 22 Io Jan. 20) Kee paway from someone who has power over your affairs, or from any legal entanglements today. Confer with closest co-worker, reach an agreement, and then you will both be able , to stand up to executive. . o Ciirroll Risiiter's individual 18-page Voi-ccast for December send pour birth d a t e and SO cents in coin (no stamps), to Carroll R i g h t e r Forecast. The Daily I n t e r Lake. Box !893, Grand Central Sta.. N.Y. 17. N.Y. VIRGO (Aug. 22 Jo Sept. 22) Provided you listen attentively, a nicely, c n v a u a e data awaiting your acceptance NOW. Go a f t e r it quickly, study well, p r e pare for early advancement. PISCES (Feb. 20 io March 20) Avoid that person who has made money his God and is so confoundedly arrogant with everyone. Be happy and contented with inexpensive entertain- ,,,-,, '", ,' ·,-, ."""·" UJH.-Uiiveiyy. a conietuea with inexpensive entertain- real pal w i l l point out today which!ment. Your c h e e r f u l a t t i t u d e wins out wrong steps you are t a k i n g in a finan- in the end and to greater extent: IF YOUK CHILD IS BOHN TODAY The b r i g h t child born today will soon cultivate the desire for the finer t h i n g s 01 gracious 1'ving. and unless you teach him or her early that these must be e,mud to be thoroughly cnjoyedf or rightfully so. your progeny mav di-urie Io sm.ply fa he what is granted. But since the'youngster has much b" C vcrv "^'"-tui/l 0 " 1 SUiaar ' C * TM U iead to a fln«" W«. but neglect would 4-H Clubs Show Achievements EUREKA (ILNS) -- The 4-H Clubs held their achievemen! night at the Grange Hall, with approximately 75 girls, boys and parents present. Awards were given to the Snappy Stitchers and Pioneer Clubs oi Fortine and the Border Club and Kan Do Club of Eureka. They received their pins and seals. Eldon Marvel won the heifer calf, for outstanding 4-H work. The Snappy Stitchers put on a skit called "The Months of the Year" and the Kan Do Club put on a skit called "Going to the Movies." Bobby and Billy Johnson, Jeanie Apeland and Idell Weydemeyer reported on their trip to Bozeman to the State Congress. Well Weydemeyer gave a demonstration on how to make an electric lamp. Thad Kojciechowski showed slides on the work done by the 4- H Clubs in the locality and of the 4-H Camp. Lunch was served by the mothers and the leaders of the 4-H girls and boys. Grade Streets EUREKA ( I L N S ) - -- R a y Eberth and Elliot Holder spent one day last week "grading streets near the school with county equipment. HEAD THE CLASSIFIED ADS Lower Valley FU Schedules Dinner DEMERSVILLE (ILNS) -- Annual kickoff dinner for the Lower Valley Farmers Union will be Thursday at 8 p.m. at Hennessy's, it was announced at a meeting last week at the Harry Hetland residence. Reservations may -be made by calling Mrs. L. L. Grainger. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Siderius reported on the state 'convention and Charles Martin discussed and demonstrated the use of guns and the new hunting law. Mrs. George Siderius presided at the business meeting. . GRAHAM'S For Frigidaire · Ranges · Refrigerators · Freezers · Dishwashers Terms Phone SK 6-3312 Class to Study U. S. Government EUREKA (ILNS) -- Starting the second six-weeks'period, the Ainer.- iciin : government class -of Hughj Biggar at Lincoln County High 1 School will study powers of the federal government. .The class will study powers, o f ; Congress, congressional law-mak-i ing, problems of carrying out the Jaw, constitutional requirements by which government workers are chosen, taxation and' budget of the federal court system, regulation of interstate commerce, gov-, eminent .and natural resources. Teachers EUREKA (TLNS) -- Mrs. Ilene, M a r t i n - h a s been confined to her' home with . pneumonia and Mrs., 1 E m m e t Quirt has been teaching in 1 her place -it Roosevelt School. 1 Mrs. Aliea Foliausbee was confined to her horn;' last week by influ-1 ciiza anil Mrs Homer Garrison' taught i:i h!r place at the school. Type Letters E U R E K A (ILNS) -- Typing II class at Lincoln County High School is; learning to type letters with carbon copies and is working' on workbooks. 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