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Page 13. ponsers nqo.uomes The Royal' Neighbors of America a nter~t a la ment' committee c o n sisting of Mrs. Phoebe Green and Mrs. Frances Fitiatreau sponsored a Bingo game at the Nov ember 5, meeting atttlo Masonic Temple. Oracle Anita Gilmond presided over the meeting with 18 mem bers present. The Lodge voted to donate \2' toward the TV ffir the «ld Folks home at Libby. A prospective member was balloted on and accepted. Initiation was set for next meet ing pat which time five will be initiated into the Royal Neighbors of America. Thanksgiving nner __ The . .Mountain View Home Demonstration Club of Fortine held their Thanksgiving dinner Nov. 6. There were. 25- woman and T O children at the dinner 10 of the women were guests, Mrs. Be brought a was raffle won by Hume'*' . • A lesson mas decoratings given by Mrs.' Franklin. The membe rs have been working oc a quilt which they have completed now, and arc going to raffle it off to make money for the club. T / Swing gift- which Y*ff and ‘.gg.Hcl&n on Christ- was Mablc Mr. and Mrs, Calvin. St.Ongc and three children and Calvins brother Joe from Libby were the weekend guests of Mr. and M r & * > Roy St. Onge Q j L . T j r a g p . The Cow Bells held t heir r c guTar--.meeting Nov, 5 at the home of Mrs. 3on Carpenter. There was a good at tendance. It was de cided to put on a western dance Nov. 29 with Hunts Orchestra o# Kalispoll furnish ing western pyisic. They also r ‘ . ' V . , g a d their meeting night from the first Wednes day to the first Thursday of each month The next meeting will be a Christmas patty- at Mrs. Mabls. Shea in Eureka. Pink And Blue Shower Coven A pink and blue shower was hel^ for Mrs. Mesley Hansbury at the home o $ - ' . ' M r b , .Hill • Quilling on Thursday, Oct. 30. Ga me s w e r e pl a y . g d and prizes won by 'Mrs. Fred Johnson and T-s. Ar mond B e a n . P5* J r a were in the nature of articles useful for 'a baby and were given to the guest of honor at the close of the party Seven women attended the party. Refresh meats of cake and ice cream were served. November' lU, Ralph Apeland cele- bra ted his tenth birthday at a patry given by his mother, Mrs. Ben Apeland, at their - home in Trego Sunday, November 2. The afternoon was spent by playing many gamesi N0t dogs, ice cream, jello, ana cake were served, Those attending the party were Eddie < | t . Onge, Phillip and Barry Dickinson, Mar vin Osier, Jimmy Ross, Dale Apeland, Betty.- Ann St.Onge, Babbie* Apeland, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ross, Mr. Ben Apeland Sr., and Chot Apoland. Ralph received many gifts. Sandman Civen Party A dinner Birthday party ' was held in honor of Richard Sand man, Sunday, Nov. 9 at the home of Lawrence Bourup. Guests were Rev. and Mrs. A.G. Pullman and Shirley and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hudson and Ester. Also attending were Mrs. Richard Sandman, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Borup and Alta. After supper the guests visited. €Rd€E HIES r t i i T i i i u 1 r e w a y s