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Page 9 Evergreen October 19, 1956 New Ranger0t Rex ford :) J f'.; r. Gustave Verdal, formerly of Libby, is the new Ranger at the Rexford Ranger Sta tion o Mr. Verdal was in charge of blister rust control on Ka.uiksu Forest at Bonners Ferry, Idaho until March 1956. He was transferred to Libby where he was also in charge of Blister rust control in the Libby district. Mr. Verdal and his wife, Mary, and his daughter, Leslie Jean, moved to Rexford where he was appointed dis trict ranger on Oct. & f riendsHonor Cindy Truman Cindy Truman, of Rexford, was honored by a birthday party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Truman. The evening was spent playing cardsand visiting. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Tony Torres and Andy, Mr. and Mrs. Elden Truman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Truman and Sharky and Sherry, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Buch- ana,,, Mr. and Mbs. Hollis Reed, Cstenialy Torres, Pat and Bust - er Bock, and D.Truman. Senior Ball Nov. li- Dock Webbs Visit In Ohio Mr. and Mrs. Dock Webb, son, Teddy, and daughter, Mrs. Gene Johnson, left Thursday, Oct. 11, on a trip to Ohio and West Virginia. It has been 15 years since Mr. and Mrs. Webb have been back to the place of their Birth. While on their trip they will spend a time in Columbus, Ohio, with Dock's father, and then go on to Omar, West Virginia to see Jim Queen,*.Mrs. Webb 1s father. Ed Clark will run Webb's bus route while they are gone and Guy Oder will take the place of school cust- odean. Bolberg Passes On Ben Bolberg, who has made his home in Rexford, passed away Saturday, October 13, on the way to the Libby Hospital. Shower Honors Parrish A pink and blue shower was given in honor of Mrs. Jack Parrish at the home of Mrs. Gene Yahvah Wed., October 10. Those at the shower were „ Mrs. Wilfurd Krueger, Mrs. Fred King, Mrs. Art Purdy, Mrs. Julia Brown, Miss Mildred Feweks. W i l l i a m L F e w e k e s ~ ~ - * ~ . .. , «- C o l l a r I D r o c e r y General Mcrchandi se GROCERIES PRODUCE ' \The Pioneer M E A T S General Store\ REX FORD, MO NT. Visit Our Coffee Shop Mrs. neth Graves, , Mrs. Charles DuFour, Mrs. Marie Hamel, M r s . . Ray Cole, Mrs. Ted Hay, Mrs. Dewey Madison, Mrs. Claude Hamlin and hostessesj Mrs. Earl Franck, Mrs. Gene Yah vah, and Mrs. Norman Haas. A lunch was ..served by the hostesses. Oddity Albert Brock killed a doe Wednesday, Oct. 18, that had one antler with two points on it. Mrs. Julia Brown and nephew, Bill Feweks traveled, to Shelby on an antelope hunt over last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Wil furd Krueger and Barb ara motored to Libby Wednesday, Oct. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Holder motored to Kal is pell Tuesday, Oct. 17. Attend Homecoming Saturday Oct. 20 office room inBonk Building,first floer, rear See or phone 5481 m/ SK oot enai §> erv ic e Oil Gas Batteries Paul -Pat Tott e n Rexford, Montana