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___ Febjuiary. _ 8 . , _ . . 1 3 5 7 - B Y F M e e t s - . Pag£_JLQ ______ ____ H a y s H a v e P a r t y Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hay, of the Ant Flat Ranger Station, gave a joint birthday party for Mr. Hay's mother, Mrs. John Hay, of Ban gor, Michigan, who has feeen visiting here approximately one mon th, and for Mrs. I. C. Lestrud. ^Co-hostess was Mrs. Robert Beau- bier. The group was enter tained by playing pi nochle. Those who helped Mrs. Hay and Mrs. Les trud celebrate their birthdays were Mr. and Mrs.- John .Aemisegger, Mr. and Mrs* Ted Hay and children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beaubier and children, Mrs. John Hay, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Lestrud and Mrs. Beaubier's father,: Frank Kliewer, of New port, Washington. Mr. Kliewer has been vis iting his daughter and her family approxi mately a month. B i r t h d a y . C l u b M e e t s The Birthday Club was held at the home of Mrs. Burgess Drake, Wednesday, Jan* 30* Those present were Mrs. Phoebe Green, Mrs. Jess Bolen, Mrs. Tom Price, Mrs. George Gashal, Mrs. Jack Ala- vana, Mrs. Sina John son, Mrs. Perl Zook, Mrs. Lloyd Johnson, Mrs. George Drake, Mrs. Wilfred Gilnond, and Mrs. Uina Huffman. There, the women played cards and visited. The high spore was won by Mrs. Jack Ala- vana, travelers prize, Mrs. Sina Johnson, and low prize, Mrs. Tom Price. A lunch was served at the close of thej evening. BEAT j COLUMBIA F .LL3! I ! j ------ Evergreen -------- C h u r c h Y o u t h P a r t y The Church of God Youth Group gave a surprise birthday party for Ted Pomeroy and Betty Cheevers on Jan . 2k at the'home of Reverend Warren Pome roy. Those- who attended were Edith, Bernice, Dorothy and Loretta Quilling, Harriet Evins, Verla Johnson, Gloria Heibein, Do lores Rv. I n , Alice War- tick, Caleb Pomeroy, Chuck Shepard, Gareth Johnson, Terry Miller, Carl Flaget, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Pomeroy. The group played games and refreshments were served. ATTEND THE VALENTINE D;,NCE FEBRUARY 9. A t F r o s t s Mr. and Mrs\. Stuart Dryden, Maurice and Allan Bernhard', Lil lian Beach, Louis Dry den, Dolores Rein, and Mrs. Roger Bernhard' gathered at the home of Lynn Frost, Satur day, Jan. 26, to enjoy an evening of playing games and visiting. Later in the evening chili, crackers, pick les, cocoa, and coffee was served. Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Peltier returned home from Arizona where they spent the last month visiting with his daughters and fam ily. BEAT POLSON:!J111! i i 0 . T O Mpi -p ' $ £ , HEADBOLT HEATERS TIRE CHAINS CROSS CHAINS ANTI-FREEZE IGNITION PARTS BATTERIES SUBURBANITE TIRES HELT CHAMPION SPARE PLUGS CARTER GAS <1 OILS la nc^ ji ^ ^ s y Mi LUBE JOBS OIL & FILTER CHANGES TIRE REPAIRS MECHANICAL WORK * ... Vo give S & I-I Green Stamps Cliff and Helen Echolt