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V page I ft. ...) Rvprgrftsn May, , , 1 r , . . l - g ? . 9 - ' r a k e H o s t s S e w i n g C i r c l e T h e Helping Hand Sewing Circle met at the home of Frances Drake, April attending. 2*+, with The mystery gift was won by Frances Drake. The raffle apron was won by Neva Lyons. Members reported that they had raked and cleaned Sina John son's yard. Sina is seriously ill in the Kalispell Hospital. Lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be at the home of Barbara Roose. C h i l d r e n W i s i t I c h o o l The children who will begin school next September visited in the primary room of the Trego school last Friday. They will also visit for the next three Fridays, and receive orientation in what to expect next fall. ________________ FOR SALE A 3 BEDROOM MODERN HOUSE SEE JIMMY SWANSON HlAJESTIC THEATER Fri. Sat. Sun. \Paradise Lagoon\ Starring Renneth More Come to the Tues. and Wed. Show Those who attended were Barbara Nordtome, Nancy Lambersoij, Vorgil Rhodes, Fern Davidow, John Price, Betty St. Onge and David Pfrimmer. At 3^30 the mothers attended a short meet ing with the teacher, Mrs. George Rich. Children were reg istered at that time. l e e t s & t P o m e r o y s The WCTU met at the home of Mrs. Warren Pomeroy. Mrs. Floyd Pomeroy served a des sert luncheon. Devo tions were led by Mrs. Armond Bean. The business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Harry Irwin. Plans were discus sed for the District Convention which will be held here on April 29. Bob Johnson motored to Ant Flat Sat. April 2 5 , on business. e l e g o t e s o s o m e l e n o Delegates from the Catholic Ladies Alter Society traveled to Helena, Wednesday, April 15. They were: Mrs. Ray Eberth, Mrs. Jerry Shaw, Mrs. Rose Albee. The trip was made to attend the 25th Anniversary of the Cathedral of Helena. The ladies returned Saturday afternoon, April 18. H o l l C o n d u c t s T o p i c S t u d y The Holy Cross Walther League held a meeting on April 2^. It was reported that the chartering of the league had been approved. Carol Hall conducted a topic study on The Lutheran Hour. Refreshments of pop corn balls, pop, and cookies were served. Attend the May dance A U T O T R U C K F I R E L I F E S A V E - U P T O 3 0 % O n Y O U R F I R E i n S U R A n C E U J I T H O U R B R O A D F O R m P A C K A G E P O L I C Y PH. 5361