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--------- ---------------------- - --- j — prurVr ------------ Page a ____________ . u. ^ Evergreen Mrs.O.Van lei shout honored, at Shower Mr*. Clarence Van- lei shx}ut (Mary Bur-- lingham) was honored at g. bridal shower given by her sisters, Burnetta and Beatrice Bur 1 trigh a m ' , “ and Mrs. Ernest Wonderlich at the Ethan Burlingham home. The party was held on Daturday afternoon, Janc 12. Those-attending were Mrs. Ernest Wonder- lich and her mother, Mrs. Ethan H. Burling- ham, Beatrice, Bur- n e t t a ' j Martha, M a r - - ? , - ' jory, and Florence, Mrs. Ralph BUrlingham, Melba Bergner, Lois Carvey,- Mrs. Bill Bailey, Mrs. A. Bail ey, Mrs. Frank Rhodes, Mrs* Alex Tusen and Mary, Alma Roose, and Mrs,- Gilbert Bailey. Helen and Herb Gregory stopped . . i n for awhile. Mary was assisted in opening her gifts) b y . , , her mother. Refreshments of cof fee* cake, and Jello were served. Sundowners HDC M.eet The Sundowners HDC met Thursday evening, Jan, 17, at the home of Mrs. Jim Follans- bee, with Mrs. Duke Baney as assistant hostess. Mrs. Helen Graves, of Rexford, gave the demonstration on Speed Knitting. The programs of the year were decided and voted o n . - A lunch was served after the business was finished. Thcrae who attended were Mrs. Wilfred Johnson, Mrs. John Holder, Mrs. Dale Hud son, Mrs. Gene Cogar, (Mrs. Walt Patterson, tMrs„ Jim Peltier, Mrs. [Dolly Moller, Mrs. [Larry Purdy, Mrs. Jack [Stevens Jr., and Mrs. [Billie Stevens. F r i e n d s Honor J e s s W e t z e l Jess Wetzel was hon ored by a . rarer ! • birthday dinner by relatives and friends, Sunday, Jari. 18, at his home. Those present were Mrs. Jess Wetzel, Mrs. W. C. Parker and daughter from Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wet zel and family, MS. and Mrs. Gale Holder and family, Mr, and Mrs. Hank Leonard and Dickie, Mr. and Mrs. L q . w r ; e n c e .Berg and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Belcher. For entertainment the group played cards throughout the day. Thurman \Gwynn left Wednesday, I D e c \ . 16, for Ohio where he is visiting friends. January 25, 1957 Galois 7 H a v e P a r t y Mr. and Mrs. Herb Salois were hosts to a pinochle card party, Saturday, Jan. 19. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Gale Holder, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sume, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Witt, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Clark, Mr. and M i ' s . Darwin Stevens, Mr. and Mr a. Glen.Keltnen,. Mr. and Mrs. John Holder, Mr. and Mrs. Robin Clark, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Follans- bee. The evening was spent . playing pi^ nochle. Stanley Hanson won high prize for men and Lela Holder high for women. Rodney Witt and Kretie Follansbee. walked off witft ■• ' - the booby prizes. A lunch was served, after which Nancy Sal ois played the accord- ian and Herb Salois the guitar. PTA E x . Comm, M e e t s -■ , The executive com mittee of the PTA met at the home of Mrs. Delbert Brown on Wed nesday, Jan. 16. Seven officers - , n d . the chairman attended. The lunch program chairman reported that the Roosevelt -Grade School needs dish towels. Anyone who would like to donate some may send them to the grade school. Polio . . s h o t s w»re discussed and the rest, of the regular busi-. ness. BEAT WHITEFISHI 11J l[