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Page *+__________________________Evergreen E P i .5 c o p q I Guild C c n t r i b u t e 5 The Episcopal Guild met at Beverly Swings' home on Tnursday, Nov. I k . A voluntary contri bution was taken to give to the Reverend Tjiad Harris as a gift for his new baby boy. Another chapter was read in the book \Empty Shoes,\ which is the program for the month. This is the story of the church work in Northwest India. Those present were Nora Pomeroy, Mrs. Pearl Zook, Mrs. For est Schroeaer, Mrs. Joe Gibbons, Mrs. Tom Smith, Mrs., .Emily Wolfe, Mrs. Marshal James, Jessie Mamion, Mrs. Mary ' Walters, Mrs. Frank 'Bolles, Mrs. Robert’ Holgren, Mrs. Argyle Voorhees and guest, Mrs. Anna Teal. S e v e n R e c e i v e R e b e k a h . D e g r e e A regular meeting of the Rebekahs was held Monday, Nov. 18, with 23 members present. The meeting was opened by a reading from the Scriptures on Miriam* taken from Exo dus. Inez Dierman was re- f 1 C A F F A/ G c o d F l e e c T r E a t A n d t h e h e s t l o o k i n q w a i t r e s s . I n T O W N ported ill. Mrs. Phyles Anderson, Mrs. Lilah Kigle, Mrs. Lillian Leigh, Mrs. Cliff Johnson, Mrs. Fred King, Mrs. Roy Roberts, and Mrs. Clara Hurs't, were can didates iniated . into the Rebekah Degrees. A short business meeting was held. A Christmas -party was planned for December 16, at the home of Inez Dierman. Gifts will be exchanged and secret pals disclosed. A pot luck lunch will be served. The next meeting will be held Dec. 2. G r e e n H o s t s S e w i n g C i r c l e .The Helping Hand Sew ing Circle met at the home of Pheobe Green with”Ffahcis~ Filiat- reau as assisting hos tess, Nov.15, with 11 members present. President, Myrtle Richmond was in charge of the meeting. The secretary an nounced that a thank yo’u card had been re ceived from Yellow stone Boys’ Ranch, for the box sent by the Circle. The coming Christmas party was discussed, and it was decided to have the party at the home of Myrtle Rich mond, Dec. 13, there 8 - P k F r N r w SNG W G A R A T ! R i r n WTUf | G , F CHAINS ___ gjovember 29,1957 will be an exchange of gifts. Secret pals will be disclosed and ■fiew ones /Selected for the coming year. The Christmas party lunch will be pot luck. # Mrs. Pheobe Green won the draw gift. Lunch was served by $ the hostesses. R o m l o w H o s t s B a p t i s t R i d , The Baptist . Ladies Aid met at the home of Mrs. George Ramlow with Mrs. Gordon Lyons as assisting hostess. President .Sina John son was in charge of the meeting. There were 13 members pres ent . The meeting. was opened by all singing \For the Beauty of the Earth.\ Roll call was answered by an article of clothing for Mother School. Mrs. Sina Johnson led in prayer, and read the devotion- a'l reading from the 6th chapter of ' Ephe sians . Communications from Bacone College and from Alia Mae Simmons, a missionary in Burma, were read. The next meeting will be Nov. 21, at the home of Mrs. John son, as the regular meeting date would fall on Thanksgiving day. Everyone was asked to bring their fancy work for the Bazaar at that time. Mrs. Grendahl gave th‘e closing prayer. Lunch was served by the .hostessess. BEAT BIGFORK & TROYII! FIJREKA 1 1 HARP WARE • H t s W i l i e r ' p ■ 1 r t s tr B j r F t e r U P Yc lit _______ H o n e