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Pago . 18 \Evergreen March 21. 1958 J o h n s o n I n s t r u c t s S a f e t y C o u r s e The Hunters Safety- course instructed by Cliff Johnsonand Nor- bert Schuck had their weekly class Monday, March 10. T-hp ..elans' \ reviewed the' 'last* two meetings and Floyd Sederdahl showed tht“' class -flow to fire a gun in dif ferent positions. .. The class ended with the warning to be ready for the big test next Monday. - *■ T R R i d e r s M e e t The Tobacco. Ridge Riders had a committee meeting at the Stock- man Hotel March 15. It was decided to lease the pop stand at the Fairgrounds by the arena for bids. Anyone interested in bidding on these two stands please contract T.V.R. R. in care of Margret Giese by May 1. Phone . 5921 . There will be three prizes for the best entry in the parades June 15 and 16. The first prize will be $15, second $10 and $5 third prize. t The president Orvil Parker set April 13 tenatively to be the date for the Saddle Club ride. F r i e n d s G a t h e r A t H a n s o n s 7 A group of friends gathered at the Har vey Hanson home Satur day night March 15, to help him and Judy Al- verson celebrate their birthday’s. The evening was spent in watching home movies. Birthday cake and coffee was served. 'Those who were there were Mr. and Mrs. Jake Erie, Mr. and Mrs. Huck Alverson, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hanson, Mr. and Mrs. Laird Byers, Ray Hanson, Judy'Alverson, Marline Bolen and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hanson. C o p e t o G o T o C a l i f o r n i a \ • . Y Charles B. C«pe of Fortine' is planning a business trip to Cal ifornia which will take place about the last of, April. Mr . Cope . .will go down by bus or train and re turn by truck with a load of articles for the’Verdenbury Fish Hatchery. He took the truck down to Califor nia last fall and left it there for the win ter. I K e p a i r . S c h e r m e r h o r n I D .Name .. '.... .. Address. .. ..... . .......... __ .. T h i s . . . o f . f a r . . g o o d . . . . . u o t i March 28 i / T A L S ET A L ■ L i m i t o f o n e d e a l p e r c u s t o m e r ng ' T his / I d . i W our M ame / I nd /A ddress I n I he U pper S ight H and C orner ECS Dehorne Paste Penicillin Vaccines Needles Syringes Obstetrical Chains Calf Scour. Boluses. Mastitis Treatments A T h e s e I t e m s ’ ' A h a I v ! a n y M o r e A t N o w