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3 soo~ Wa~ Lifer, pre- Shill- dent NUTS ff you bought nuts in the shell for the l oliday seaseG, you may nave some left for munching later, tf .are planning to store some ot the nuts, remem- ber that unshelled nuts keep better than shelled, unsalted nuts k_ey better than salted. If you have shelled nuts, they will maintain their good flavor better in an air-fight container They will keev in the refrige, a- tor this way ]~or six months or more, or in the freezer for up to two years. Away With Spots , . Spotting on machine wasnea dinnerware, flatware and glass- ware is a devesit of mineral salts. There are three possible causes; 1) The water is not hot enough, 2) dishes, flatware and glass- Dell and Eva Evans were last Sunday dinner guests at the Beryl Bresa home in Moorcrdt. Grace Reynolds took the Wayne Reynolds family to dinner at the Hub Care on New Years. She accompanied them to Rapid City Tuesday morning where Wayne left to return to Germany. Grace made a business trip to Sundance on Tuesday. The Dave Reynolds children visited Grace on Sunday afternoon. The Dave Reynolds family went to Broadus Montana New Years Eve where they visited the Bill Perfifields. They returned home New Years night. The Chuck Heald family went to the Bill Snyders at Weston for a snowmobile party on New Years. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hummel, Gillette visited at the Albert Turnquist home Saturday and re- turned home on Sunday. The Max Evans family went to the John Fowler home for supper New Years. Helen Hahn went to Gillette with Bernice Ike and Rose Thorn- dance to install the new officers d the Sundance Oddfellow and Rebekah lodge. Harold Bureh helped John move cattle on Sat- urday. Dorothy, Stormy and Karen Butch and Abe Knapp were Saturday afternoon callers. The Range Riders 4-H Club held a club meeting at the Max Evans home Sunday afternoon. John Fowler was a Friday din- ner and supper guest at the Raymond Shepherd home. Ray- mend took him to Sundance for pickup parts. Jay Tope called in the afternoon. Raymond, Jean- ne and Piney went to Hulett on Saturday. Perry and Sherma Wells were Sunday 31st dinner guests. Dayton, Peggy and Opal were New Years evening guests. The Shepherds went to Sun- dance on Tuesday for license plates. They also visited Mrs. John Blakeman. Harold, Doro- thy, Karen and Stormy were Thursday evening visitros. Jay Tope came and got Piney Friday and took her to Rapid City. She spent the rest of the week at the Topes. )ar eare not completely clean, water is hard. One solu- as Friday, the 29th. New Years is to increase the water dinner guests at the Jim Hahn ~ture to 140-160 den'ees home included Mr. and Mrs. Vet,- for best results, Secondly,-c.~l~k, non Wood .and children, Dayton, Range Riders Sheep Club me man acturer's instructions and Opal Allen and Juel Holds Project Meeting be _m .e_you are loading pro- A project meeting was held TlYi s rmCr as the amount Bin', Toni and Jason Wesley jan. 7 by the sheep club of the ,, . tergent used. . ergent serves to tie up spent New Years Eve at the El- Range Riders 4-H Club at the water ltarness minerals and clean me Wesley home. They returned home of Max Evans. Five of the the dishes. Another way to dim- home on Wednesday. Harold, sheep club members att d- :inata the problem is to use a Dorothy and Stormy Burch and wetting agent to reduce Dwight Donner were New Year's Thea Nuckoils is the proj- .sm'face tension of water drop- Eve guests and to seeect leader. in the last rinse. A rinse age.t is available in either liquid the New Year in. Elmo, Betty, T, J., Toni and Jason visited at ~x 1;aJ)let form. B a..t the Bulge the Orville Jones home New Years night and spent the eve- Redwater Pals 4-H Club ,, trick of wearing pantsning playing cards. Elmo andHolds Regular Meetings nes in knowing what to Betty went to Gillette Wednesday Eight members and three hooee for your particular figure, on business. T. J. leaders attended the meeting of YOU re alm t too thin, thenWesley, Mike Connolly and the Redwater Pals 4-H Club held o ~-rxse pants with pleated .nts and ample legs are for Dwight Donner attended the at the home of Jody and Judy In fact, any wider-leggedwrestling match in Moorcrdt Ripley Jan. 7. The 4-H flag of trousers will look great. Friday .evening. They also at- pledge was led by Judy Ripley But ff your hips and thighs are tended the show in Gillette Sat- and the American flag pledge by on the generous side, you want urday ,night. Ed Henschel. Members answer- pants in a fabric that does not Jerry Berger visited at the ed roll call with their favorite cling too much, in a dark, plain Harry Bergor home this week-Chrismms present. ,c Llor. Tl e cut should be simple, end. Minnie Bergor, Geue, Sara Record books were distributed leg either straight or slight- and April and Sara's brotherand money-making projects were ty . Jack wore this Sunday evening discussed. Plans were also made if, wide.legged, your pants vls ors at the Harry Berger for a card party later in the year to be low cut at the waist home. Harry Berger went to and the social committev met and Worn with a shirt tucked in m le ,thm your torso or with a Spearfish Friday after cake. Lyle made tempm'ary plans. smock top or s ffaq jacket Ike went to Sundance and Belle Joining the club during the mx tucked in. on Saturday. were Ed and Sue Hen- _S.hou!d exlra inches around the Raymeed, Jeanne and Piney waist ..be your problem, choose Sheptmrd visited and playedThe club held its Christmas party pants mat hit either at your ha- cards at the Harold Burches last Dec. 9 at fl e Chester Hejde home waistline or below. Wide- Saturday. John and Paula Fowl- with a carry.in supper served to lted tope are a mistake, hip- er and Abe Knapp were Friday eight members, six leaders and a hel A slightly fitted supper guests. Abe returned to family guests. -__,,,ram sweater worn over the pants with a belt will look well. Casper .... on Sunday. Mr. and The entire group played games b FOr those with the tummy Mrs. Bud Cleme and girls were led by Jedy Ripley and Sharon rage, however small it may be, Sunday dlnner guests at the and Barbara Lanning. The re. pleated front pants or high waist- Burches. Afternoon tebeganning mainder of the evening was spent .o es are a mistake. A tight guests were Becky Roberts, Criss opening gifts and playing crib- wine belt at the top of the trousers Williams, Dwight Donner and T. bage and other games. will only exaggerate a stomach d dtf 't fiat and so will the ad- J. Wesley. Next meeting of the club will be The Neff UiBreaslain family held at the Reed Henschel home ,_ lness of the pleats. Low-cut walked over and visited at the Feb. 4. .wot er that ride on the hips are me solution here, and needless Emmett Brislawn home on new t0.say wearing your shirt out- Years. slae. your pants and your belt Dayton and Peggy Allen were wm Oe a help. Saturday shoppers in Moorcroft Electa Chapter, O.E.S., High-waisted rants also willon Saturday. They returned home Holds Regular Meeting cut the figure a short-waisted by Carlile and visited at the El- A regular meeting of Electa .person, but they are a boon to bert Zimmerschied home. Tues- Chapter No. $, Order of the East- the long-waisted girl, who should day they went to Sundance and ern Star, was held here Thurs- wear low-riding pants as m.ey tend to maximize instead of got their license plates. Peggy day night with Mr. and Mrs. minimize her problmn, took some calves to the sale in Martin Peterson presiding. To be avoided by all pants Belle on Thursday. During the meeting, plans were wearers is the too-shert trouser. Last Saturday afternoon Johndiscussed for the annual ESTARL an, ts should just touch the shoe and Paula Fowler and Mary Dell fund raising project. Members m. r nt without breaking. The Hanber went to Hulett for pickup decided to have a smorgasbord to n_e1 ,llt of the heel of your shoe repairs. Harold and Dorothy be served at the school lunchroom m .es a big difference and high- Burch wore afternoon visitors of March 24. er .heels and platforms, you'll Mables. John and Paul FowlerMrs. Straitor Clark was hon- nna, will be fight for the same and Max and Charolette Evans ants that loo too leng with went to Moorcro on New Years flats. Eve. Harold and Stormy Burch were New Years callers at the John Fowler home. New Years [ Optom t|s [ supper guests were the Max Ev-] Spea Deadwood[ ans family, Mary Del Hauherand Lindaand [ 578.1761 | Neda Ztmmorschied visited at Mable Fowler. Ione k_642"4656 a Ray Robinson home Hanber were Tuesday eve- ou Tues- ping callers of Mables. John, [ DR. OLIVER A. JEWETT1 Panla and Mable went to Gillette | OFTOM RIST I , New Years Eve guests at the on Wednesday and brought home Joe French home was Joe's bro- a load of coal. Art Hauber and J Ph. 892.4171 Belle Fourche 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ned French Mable, members of the Hulett j 615 Fifth Avenue [ ---umuayand baby_._, They returned home Oddfellow and Rebekah Lodge I Tuesday through Satu ay / went to Sun- ored as this year's sec- retary. She was preseated with a Book of Love, autographed by the matnms she had served. The Grand Chapter allows a sec- retary to hold the office in sub- ordinate chapters for 10 consecu- tive years. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Ulric Hawken, Mrs. L. O. Tract and Mrs. Cecil Crago. Next meeting of the chapter will be held Feb. 1. Members will entertain the Masons that night. SUNDANCE S mdance, Wyo Jan. 18, 1975 Cab Guest Clacks at Monuments & Marker All ~s and ~m Priced d#, qusliW unexcelled. We chs~. Call ~11~ or ~ ~lMnvent In ~ hm. FRED B~K~N M~rcmfl, W~ NOW -- SEE THE Beautifully made with 3 bedrooms and 1 baths. You're All Invited to Come in -- SEE THIS HOME NOW ON DISPLAY. 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