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-Eaes. ,16_______________ H o l l o w e e n IPortv Wei d Spooks and goblins ‘yere very much in evi dence at the Glen Lake Halloween party, Fri day, Oct. 31. The Citizenship Club sponsered the festivi t i e s with which the •! parents and children 2 of the community cele brated all Hallow's eve. The traditional ap ple bobbins was a highlight among the harness and a bonfire in the yard made a fitting background for a.witches dance, as well as a means of roasting weiners and marshmallows. The 0 ’ lldren were variously costumed as ghosts, : 7 : . c he s , ’hob os, pirates, and love ly senorit After unmasking, a hula contest was en joyed by the children and the watching par ents . Pot luck lunch was served by the ladies. A surprise birthday party was given for Mrs. Sid Workman at the home of Mrs. Ran dall Richmond, Sunday night, November 9 . The crossing was spent plaj _ g Pinochle and hearts. High prize for Pinochle was won by ' Mrs* M i l Treece. High prize for Iloarts was won by Mrs. Lynn Workman and low prize was won by Mrs. Frank Graves. Those; attending were Mrs. Ken Stockner, Mrs. Lee Utter, Mrs. Ed Finch, Mrs. Roy L y n n ’ s C a f e S e r v i c e W i t h A S m i l e G o o d Food YFaTTHf Richmond, Mis. Amos Kinney, Mrs. Eale Cook, Mrs. Ott Taylor, Mrs. Louie Stangle, Mrs. Archie Cameron, Mrs. Orvaih Storie, Mrs. Duane Combs, Mrs. Dean Evans, Mrs 9 Bob Hark, Mrs. Nibs Whitehead, Mrs. Bill Treece, Mrs. Frank Graves and Carol Mrs. Lynn Workman and Lynette, Mrs. Ch&ck Workman, Sid Workman, Jack Workman, and Mr,, and V s . Randall Rich mond. Trego was hurt Friday October 31 while fall ing trees. He was tak en to the Whitefish hospital to have his leg X-rayed. He was falling trees for Herb Wilke when a teee a- feout onr foot in diam eter fell on his leg. Keith is on crutches and will not be able to work for two or three weeks. The ac cident happened on up per Graves Creek aroa Whore they were build ing a logging road. Gene Schcrmerhorn motored to Kalis pell Nov. 7, On.business. November 1 1 1 . 1958.- e o r g e C o o n l e r v l i e s Funeral solrwlcea were held for Mr. George Coan at the Baptist church, Satur day, Nov. 1 at 2 m y with Rev. W S r r e n Pom eroy officiaring. Mrs. Barvara Mergan and Krs. Frances Drake sang \She Old P.ugged Cross\ and \Rock of Ages\ accompanied by Mrs. Kenneth Hopper. The Masonic Lodge of Eur e k a ’’ conducted the Masonic -Rites. • Pall bearers were El lis Spender, Eohn Crawford, Homer Gar rison, Will Cole Vohn . Citeon, and Jay Stevens,; 0 s i t i o n e s i g n s Sandra Bollos has Sesighed her position as substitute cheer leader ar LCHS. Mrs. Shea reported that Idell Weydqmeyer received the next highest amount of votes when the student boply voted at the be ginning of the school year. During basketball season there will be four cheerleaders. '