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Evergreen Page 11 November lk. 195>8 rty-1 iven 'A 1 Halloween party and- pie social: we re held at the Trego com munity hall on Friday night, October 31* Mrs. Jean Price and Mrs. Ruth Helming wore hostesses to the party. Prizes .were given to the best costumes* Sammy Doblc drossed as a devil won the prize for pre-school child ren* . Debbie Apeland, dressed as a witch and Kenneth Peters dressed as a lumberman won the prize from the lower room* From the inter mediate room, Doris Nordtome dressed as a scare crow and Barry Dickinson, dressed as a tramp, won the prize for the best costumes. Jeannie Westwood dress ed as a tramp and Phillip Dickinson, dressed as a girl cheerleader, won the prize from the upper room. Later in the evening Jim Johnson and Jack Price auctioned off the pies which the women and girls brought. Some of the pics sold for as much as $3* Coffee and Eool-aid were served. Five $0ake Hunting T rip A hunting trip wds recently made by Stan ley Frost, Kon Frost, A1 Mackey, arid Bill Krueger in the'Green Mountain area. The party was noar the Fern Garden Slide when they spotted a herd of elk. Fern Gordon Slide is about throo miles up on Green Mountain. Three elk wore shot out of the horde Stan Frost shot a cow elk that field dressed about I 4.50 pounds. Al Mackey shot a cow elk and Bill Krueger got a calf . The group walked in- to the slid on one day and packed their elk out the next day* Ivers § loves House Harold Ivors, of Fortine, moved a 30 foot cabin, with Ross McKenzie’s AC cot, next to smother cabin on the north side of the lake at For tine. He plans to join the two for a five room house. Ivers plans to move into the house in a week. His brother, John, will move into the house he vacates. BDr-iPenga 11 y Plans lectures Les Pengclly, the director of the Wild life Extension Service from MSU, will conduct wildlife extension lecturos at the Grange Hall on tho following dates: Nov* 19, Doc; 3, Dec. 17, Jan.., Jan. 21, Feb. i ; , . Feb. 18, March 11, March 25, April 8, and April 22 . These meetings, which aro sponsored by the Rod & Gun Club, will be freo to the public. Movies will also bo shewn* it has ccs't the Rod & Gun Club members a lot of werk to got Mr. Pengolly to come, and ttl Cable System Ruthorized 6E- Lloyd 1W Philco-Leo Collar DEALERS 5402 they would-appreciate a- big turn out. i The faculty was. rather excited the -other morning, it seems they found their beloved chipmunk that was lost in the lower halls of LCHS, It seems, having escaped its cold mieerablb dungeon it sought the warmth of the condes-- er coil fan under the coke machine. It was discovered by Mr. Way, the janitor, after- seeing a cloud of smoke coming from the coke machine and tur~ • ed bhe machine off v.. til tho next morning when some of the teachers arrived to use their intelligence on the matter and found the . poor chip munk chewed up in the fan. Phillip Winkley of Fortine, Montana bought the top price Hereford bull at the Grand Notional Live stock Exposition at San Francisco last week. The bull was bought from Kinnvbrook Frems, Kenwood, ^onoma County for $ij.lOO.OO, IT'S NEW!. IT'S HERE G.E. Credit Payment plan. Payments defer - red up to three months if ill or un employed. Other ad vantages under ■' this plan. Rexford Television Franchised Dealer Lloyd fi. DePratu