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April 18, 1957 The Evergreen Page 21 P o s t O f f i c e (cont. from page 20) datory date of -April 22. 1957, for wear ing items of uniform in conformity with new specifications will be extended to 30 days after the resumption of allow ance payments. 7. The issuance of money orders will be suspended at all of fices of the first and second class ef fective April 29, 1957. Mrs, Robin Clark, Betty and Joanne, mo tored to Kalispell Saturday, April 13 on business. The newspaper pub lished at Yaak AirPbice Station, Montana, is called: \The New Yaak Times.\ --from the R e a d e r ’ s D i g e s t M M Linda Stevens’ most bclo-yed, possession fs a f - m c h long f i n g e r n a i l . i> w 8 : o o