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/ a l t a r s o c i e t y ¥ o H o v e D i n n e r The Ladies Altar Soci'ety met at the home of Mrs. Lynn Pur dy with 12 attending. President Mrs. Ray Eberth presided over the meeting. After the routine business was taken care of, a Christmas party to be given as a Pot Luck dinner, held December l i | , at the Grange Hall for the whole parish, was discussed. The Bazaar .Committee reported that the Bazaar was a success. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Lynn Purdy. D a i l y I d o s t s t - t l C l u b The Border 1 |-H Club met at Richard Daily's on Monday, Nov. 3 . They passed out the Record Books. Demonstrations were given by. Richard Daily and Mike Cuff, and two talks were given by Elden Marvel and Idell Weydemeyer. A program planning committee was appoint ed and the leaders, Don Weydemeyer, Walt Patterson, and . Joe Gibbons decided which projects they would take charge of. Gene Johnson while cutting Christmas trees cut his knee Wednesday, Nov. 5 . Several stiches had to be taken internally as • well as externally. tail deer. Mrs. Bunt Weber of Kirkland, Washington has been visiting her sisters and ' families in this area, Mrs. John Morgan, Mrs. Bert Roc, Mrs* Howard Helms and Mrs. Hubert Helms, the past week. Mrs. Weber and Mrs. Morgan are now visit ing John Morgan Sr. who is seriously ill at Port Harrison at Helena• I r w i n f j i v e n U B i r t h d o y D i n n e r A surprise birthday party in the nature of a pot luck dinner was given in honor of Mrs. Harry Irwin, at the home of Rev. /Warren Pomeroy, Sunda’y, Nov. 9 . Gifts were presented to the guest of honor. Forty-five friends, gathered to help her celebrate. D e c k e r s - J o h n s o n s A k t t e n d R e u n i o n Mr. and Mrs, ‘ N e d Decker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson and family motored to Libby, Sunday, N v . 2, to attend a family reunion dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Warner. Dinner was served to about fifty guests; in honor of Mrs, Warner's parents Mr. and’ Mrs; Clintons. Blonshord, of Charlevoix, Michi gan. Pat Hume, Commander of District VPW, and Moritz Ghere, Inspect or for District I, motored to Hamilton for an official visit on Nov. u. They paid their official visit to Libby or} Wednesday, Nov. 5 >. They were ac companied to Libby by Bob Hume. C H i e r e d Perstiol I F o r D e e r For the largost white tail and black tail deer brought into Mac's Market there will be a $ 15 > and $10 prize. The largest white tail will re- cieve $15 and the second largest white tail brought in will recieve $10. The same goes for the black H u n t C a m e Reverend ' Carl Pershall, Glenn, and Allen went to ' Moyie Springs, Idaho, Friday Oct. 2 I 4 . hunting. Mr. Pershall got a doe and a cpw e;d. bit bccaise the elk was diseased they could not keep it. They returned Sat urday night, Oct. 2 5 . S ch a g G I I n s u r a n c e Do You Have ^equate Public Liability and Physic al Damage On All 0f Hour Vehicles???????