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Page 12 Evergreen May 1, 1959 \omi as 'inner An Episcopal Family Dinner was held in the church basement on Wednesday, April 22. The dinner was pot- luck A discussion was held on a summer camp for the children at Camp Marshall on Flat- head Lake in July and August. About fifty people attended. Miss Jesse Hunter was an out-of- town guest from Hel ena. ies Committee Mrs. Burgess Drake, Mrs. Gordon Lyons, and Mrs. ffaddon Finch were appointed a nominating committee at the April 9 meeting to nominate candidates for the election of officers for the Baptist Ladies Aid which will be held at the next meeting at the home of Mrs, Merlin Scott April 16. The secretary read a letter frftm our Missionary, Alice Fin- Stevensville, Montana, April 19-20. White Cross Chairman, Neva Lyons, gave a dedication program telling the purpose of the White Cross, where it goes, and how it has sent, saying our quoto for the year was filled. Mrs. Ramlow read the story of Dorcas,from the scriptures, for her program* A get well card was signed by the group to be sent to Sina John son who is ill in the hospital. 4-H Electricians Heet A *+-H electricity work meeting was held Monday,April 20,at the Dailey home. The group learned how to make an emergency splice on a drop-cord and they examined che prin ciples of an electric motor. The transformer from the high school was used at the meet ing. The next meeting will be held on the third Monday of May. j b le kids Club Banquet The members of the LCHS Bible Club held a banquet at the Parish House on Saturday, April 25. The menu fea tured ham, scalloped potatoes, and angel food cake a la mode. Caroline Decker, President of the Bible Club, acted as toast- mistress. Musical and vocal selections were rendered by Rev. and Mrs. Warren Pomeroy,. Joan Leonard, Mr. Ned Decker, Caroline and Kathy Decker, and Mr, John Ivers. Two films were pre sented- Friendly Bnemy and Preacher's Kids., There were forty three Bible Club mem bers and th£ir parents present, Shirley Bean and Janet Quilling waited tables. George Homier m f Trego who entered the Whitefish General Hos pital early this week was transferred t» Veterans' Hospital at Fort Harrison,April 22; for further treatment.