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Page 10 Evergreen May 1, 1959 ustards Hosts IPinochieiParty A pinochle party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Mustard, Saturday night, April 25. Irvin Oslerwon men's high prize and Chester Ape land won second. Mrs. Amos Armstrong won women's high prize and Mrs. Meryl Snideg- er won second. Later in the evening a delicious lunch of sandwiches, potato salad, cake, pickles, olives, and coffee was served by the hostess. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Osier, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Wilke, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Livesay, Mr. and Mrs. Meryl Snideger, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Osier, Mr. \Amos Armstrong, and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Mustard. n o s f i f t h B i r t h d o y Mrs. Eugene Yahvah honored her son, Stan ley, on his fifth birthday, Tuesday, with a birthday party. During the afternoon games were played. Prizes were won by Bruce Noble and Bobby Morris. Cake . and ice cream were served to Eric and Brad Parrish, Bruce Noble, Rodney Nacey, and Bob- Ingram, E. j. Denny, Brenda, by Morris, Margaret Yahvah and Stanley. FOR ROTOTILLING ' * ■ s i , *% * r OR TREE PRUNING SEE RONALD ANDERSON CALL 5611 okens iJ ivQ Breakfasts A breakfast was held at the home of [Dorothy Stoken after the Jun ior Prom April 25. Af ter the breakfast of bacon, eggs, pancakes, orange juice, and cof fee some of the group rl q n ho H nr* 1 i o f +- ^ fee some of the group danced or listened to records. Those were: Bob attending ---- DePratu, Beatrice Rogers, George Johnson, Delila DePratu, Bob Johnson, Janice Osier, Ronnie St. Onge, Mary Jo Higle, Mike Hansen, Judy Filatreau, Johnny Stoken, Lynette Work man, Neil West, Shir ley Grob, Jack Work man, Carol Graves, Leland Hansen, Judy Butts, Marvin Senne, Sandie Bolles, Milt Fish, Christie Lenarz, Dexter Schermerhorn, Marianne' Burk David, McFadYean, Ilia Ann Olson, B^b DeShazer, Pat Dickinson, Fred Pitman, Shirley Ward, Jake Greene, Carol Broderick, \Jim Brod erick, Ann LaRoque, Jerry McCully, Patsy Lamey, Stanley Frost, Gerry Cogar, Sharon Osier, Janet Skelly, Christie Roose, Sandy Shay, Patsy Sume, Mike Gwyhn, Pete Shay, Billy Pluid, Brian HelgrenTom Gregoroff, David Benefield, David West, Ike Lillie,Steve Madison, Bobby Clarke, Kurt Roose, Kent Roose, Dorothy and Donna Stoken, y%mbrose Awarded icc Scholarship Willene Ambrose has been awarded a $300 voice scholarship by the Ashland, Oregon, Shakespeare Festival Group. Miss Ambrose is a senior at Montana State University. She will work with a group in concert work this comming summer. .The group offers four scholarships each year to outstanding students in voice and drama. Mi-ss Ambrose sang' the leading women!s role in the Christmas Opera and sang one of the leads in the opera \Figaro\ during the school year. She has been in the MSU Jubi- leers for the past three years and is one of their soloists. Willene expects to re ceive her BA degree in music education in June. Ronnie St. Onge pur chased a 195*+ Mercury hardtop from Manione Tuesday April 7« L / \ GROCERIES SCHOOL SUPPLIES g ^ r \ GAS OIL f t \ CL