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_ ___ _ _ Pag®. / % I b e e B u f f e t A buffet dinner and cocktail' party was held at the home of Mrs, Rose Albee on Sunday . evening, Nov, 2: It; was a combina tion housewarming and birthday party. Champagne cocktails were served to the guests before a 'buffet dimer which .consisted of roast turkey, roast ham and ' t h e trimmings. The dinner was cooked by Mrs, ' Doris Broderick and served bv Mrs , Rex Harvey and Mrs, Duane Meuli, A three--tiered birthday cake wa s decorated by Mrs. Ross Sommers, '; ft f *- av ' the dinrer.- Mr, Craig. Derry of Kalispel1 played the piano and Mrs, M, Cockrell, alsc of Kal- ispell; sang some New ______ Evergreen _______ Father Simons, Mrs, Pat Karamian, all of Kalispell, Mr. and M r s - , . Thomas Dempsey of Whitefish, Mr. • and Mrs. Sliter of Somers, Father Burke, M r , , and Mrs. Jerry. Shaw, Mr. and Mrs. G„ E„ Pres ton, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Elliot arid daugh- ther Sharon, Mr. and Mrs, Dock Webb, Mr, and Mrs. Eugene John son, Mr. and Mrs. John Ellings.ton, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gustafson, Mr. a n d . Mrs. Joe Gib bons, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sabin, all of Eureka and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Franck of Rexford, W i l s o n J o i n s l i b r o r y S t a f f Mary Wilson, LCHS junior, is a new mem ber who has recently been added to the li brary staff. She takes the place of Bill __ November l k - , 1 9 5 8 holder, who quit school. She will work the library fifth per iod and she is learn ing to accession books. Mary also is alternating with Kay Bohag as the f i f . t h period study hall desk attendant. t v o r i s 1 H o m e H o s i F i r e A fire started in the home of Mark Evans about 2am on Wedensday Nov. 5. The fire apparently started by an over- heated stove was burn ing between the walls. The siding had to be removed before the flames could be ex tinguished. The Eureka Volunteer Fire Department answer ed the alarm sent in by Linda Bean, Beat Fernie York folk songs , .'. >s. Albee then opened her gifts ',\ Those present were ’ Judg6 an u Mr s , e , ; b - . Foot M , and ^ . - Mrs, Dale MeGarvey, . - M r . a n d M r s ... l e x K . Bar pie. Jr. , Mp O 1 and Mrs. fT . a r 1 es / Powell and daug hter ■*' ' 1 Teannie , Mr, and Mr cr Art Ridley, Mr. and*Mrs. M.. Cock- rell . and Mrs, Franklin Wheeler . MrV and MrS o Craig D ^ ry, Mr, anu /) Mrs. Elmer Spring and .. son Dick, M A J E S T I C T H E A T R E No Mid week ShoWS Frio Sat, Sun, p e e r i - A Walt Disney Phantasy Relax at ■ -A. \ J‘ !' S h o w ' •A Movies Are Good Entertainme: