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_____ Page 15 __ _ ______ F r i e n d l y Neighbors fle e t ; The Friendly Neigh bors Home Demonstration Club met at the home of Mrs. 'Lynn' Purdy Wednesday, Nov. 6. : Ten members; were present. Vice Presi dent Nelia. Johnson.was in ^charge of the meet ing, which opened with a prayer. Roll call' was answered with suggest ions on what members would like to receive for Christmas, :The 'new .officers war® then installed, with -Mrs. A.R. Hanson as installing officer. Those installed were Mrs. Barbara Morgan as President, Mrs, Ethel Kautzman as 'Vice'. Pres ident, and’Mrs. Jennie Anderson as Secretary and Tresurer. Mrs. Hans on pre s e nt- ed the new officers as well as the out going officers with gifts A letter1 was read- from Mrs. :Art Purdy regarding the \Twin Bridges Orphanage, stating .that those who have names of orphans may write letters or cards and'send Christ mas gifts, ..-.but no birthday gifts' until after Christmas, Members thanked their Secret Pals for cards and gifts that they received. The clubs Christmas party .will be held Dec. 11, at the ranch home of Mrs, Fred An derson. The meeting was 'Ad journed and a lunch was served by the hostess. George Shea traveled to Kalispell Tuesday, Nov. 12, on business. G o o d A d j u s t m g n t is G o o d I n s u r a n c e Everg r e e n __ _ Lamey Bull Takes Honors A \■ bull owned by Bidey Lamey of Eureka, took top honors at the -Northwestern Montana Hereford Breeders As sociation show in Kal ispell Tuesday, Oct. 29. The top Grand Champ ion bull was raised and exibited by Mr. Lamey. ; Mr. Lamey1s bull sold for $725. to;Art Lund of Please.nt Val ley* Ben Apeland of'Trego bought a bull, and George Shea of Euhoka bought three bulls at the? show* The average sales price of the stock sold was which is a $110 increase' over last years sales. — ■— -— -- — — — A t --- November l5». 195T; Several other local ranchers attended the stock show. Missionary Society Meets 'at Beans' The Missionary Soc iety of the\ Church of God-met at the home* of Mrs., Armond Bean Tues day, October 29. The ladies finished up their fancy work for the Ingathering i Prayer was held for Mrk. Kate Clark who was_ in the hospital. Those who attended were Mrs. Armond Bean; Mrs, Rena Boslaugh, Mrs. Harry Irwin, Mrs, Harriet Johnson, Mrs. Earl Johnson,- Mrs* Ed Leonard, Mr,, and Mrs. Floyd Pomeroy, Mrs* Amos Kinney, and M r s . . 'Jim .Rein. C ' * \ * » ~ » ■ t - v x O ^ .1 x - > ± O O y-X U i