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February 21. 1958 Evergreen Page 7 Mr. and Mrs. Fred King flew to Spokane Monday, Feb. 17 on business. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Voorhees left for Spokane, Tuesday, Feb0 18. They will board a plane there 2 nd go to visit Mr. and Mrs. Gor. don Riley at San Fran cisco. Norman Livesy pur chased a gray and yel low 1957 Pontiac sta tion wagon from . Man- ions in Kalispell Sun day, Feb. 10. George Evins has sold his r anch to Eric Lundeen. He plans to buy a b’gger ranch near Ronan. They will r.ot move until after school is out, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Roose traveled to Whitefish Saturday, Feb. 16, to attend the dedication of the new Whitefish Post Office. Mrs. Albert St. Pet er returned home from Fort Benton where she has been visiting rel atives, Tuesday, Feb.. 18 . Mrs. Dick Webb and Joy returned to Rex- ford from Sitka, Alak- ka, February 17. Mr. and Mrs. Werner Held and family and Terry Akagi enjoyed a Chinese dinner cooked by Danny On at the Held home Sunday, Feb. 1 6 . Mr, and Mrs.i '\-urge Evins and Carl Flaget traveled to Ronan Thursday, Feb. 13 to look at several farms They returned the foil’'\' ing Monday. MrSo Bill Glass re turned home February 9 from Bonners Ferry where she attended the funeral /Of her• father Ed Eskewh : Mrs. Gene Cogar was taken to the Whitefish Hospital Tuesday, Feb. 11, where she had an operation. A dance was held in the Trego Community Hall on FeJ>c 15 with the HeinJs Orchestra of Whitefish, provid ing the music. A lunch was served dur Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Robinson of Prince George, B.C. f are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Glen ROose o Kenneth Peterson pur chased a; 1955 Chev rolet, from Gibbons Garage. Mr, and ^rs* Charles Ec Cope are the par. ents of a 7’lha 2 oz0 girl born February 3c She Was named . Judith Diane. The Rev. Father Gre- ory Burke returned home from Ireland, Tuesday, Feb. 18/ Mrs, Jack Stevnes and lea Lee, Mrs, Bil lie Stevnes a nd Patti motored to Kalispell, Feb, 16 on business. ing the cance. Art Nutting traveled to Spokane Monday, Feb. 10, and purchased a Hr yard cement mixer mounted on a 2 1- ton 1950 Ford truck. He paid $2500 for the mixer but plans to mount it on a 1953 GMC tandom truck because the wark he plans tto do would be to rougn for the light truck. A large group attended the Annual Congregation Dinner of the Holy Cross Luther- and Church, Sunday, Feb, 9 5 at 6:30 in the basement of the c hurch, The program follow ing the dinner Con sisted of the intro duction of the new members and guests, singing and movies. Mrs. Herb Salois and children motored , to libby, Monday, Feb. lk to spend : . a ; few days with Mr. and Mrs, Fred Isrealson.• ■. Mr, 'and. Mrs. Iver Skogheim-.of Deels, N»I* were visitors of the Howard Hr.nson family, Tuesday, Feb 11 to Friday, Feb. Ik. They had been vacationing in Bremerton,.Wash.and returned to Leeds. Mr. and Mrs, Tony Torres and family have moved to Milltown, Montana where he will work for six weeks. Mr..and Mrs.,H. D* Smiley motored to Mis soula, Feb. 17o They returned Wed nesday Feb 19 . V a l l e y M a c h i n e 6 S u p p l y Welding and Steel Building - ' Auto -and Machine Work M a c ' s M a r k e t Groceries Meats China Gifts Wetzel's S e r v i c e Groceries Gas & Oil Soft Drinks on Highway 93