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'lag )e~ ,:hat re. at :ltl~ Lin[ Lte~ , nd~ :cel', ~elll.. ifts. Mr. and Mrs. Dorman Ewing, Craig, Colo., have an~nounced the eng6gement of their daughter Linda Lea, to George A. Breaze, our son of George M. Breaze, Little- :ive~l~n, Colo. ,. Miss Ewing is a senior at Mof allS,fat County High School, Craig. ,hileHer maternal grandmother is : aF Martha Frederiksen and her pa- ternal grandfather is Amos Ew- ing. Breaze is a 1968 graduate of MoffM County High School. ri.! Ho Admitted Jan. 13: Damon ~Foltz, Upton. Jan. 14: Kathleen Anthony, Sundance. Carl Olson, Sundance. Lane Smith, Moorcroft. Jan. 15: Delores Lane, Upton. Jan. 17: Alice Moeller, Sun- dance. Jan. 18: Kathleeh Stoltenburg, 3undance. Jan. 19: Patrick]3uckman, .Moorcroft. Dismissed Jan. 13: ,NeMe Humphrey, Sun- dance. Jan. i5: Dorothy Frick, Moor- erof~t. Lane Smith, ~Moorcroft. Al- bert Ratliff, Alva. Jan. 17: Damon Foltz, Upton. Jan. lY: Carl Olson, Sundance. ~Tina Hardy, Belle ~'ourche. Sher- ry Slattery, Moorcroft. Births 7 lb. 3 oz. girl to .Maj. and Mrs. Alexander Anthony, Sun- dance. Named .Megan Kathleen. We completely recon- dition all trade-ins. All are cleaned and checked. Refrigerators and Freezers. Washers . wringer and Auto- m~ic. Dryers . Gas and Electric. Ra,nges . Gas and Electric. Dishwashers. * 3-Way Home Entertaiinment Center, in Excellent Condition. * Several Miscelleneous Small ,Appli~nce$. y erms Available * Colored Portable Television, ~ssed, like new. * Stereos . .all reeond:itioned. C & V ApI SALES a~nd SERVICE Fifth Ave. Belle Fourche, S. D. 'SUNDANCET~S 4~tt CLU,B HOLDS TttlRD MEETING A weiner and marshmallow roast was held before the third meeting of the Sundancers 4-It Club held recently at the Richard Snider home. Members answered roll call with their favorite Christ- mas gift. Next meeting of the club will qbe held at the Wagner home at 2:30 p.m. Feb. 9. Members will go ice ska~ting after the meeting. CARD OF THANKS I wish o thank my Sriends for their visits, cards, phone calls and flowers while I was in John (Btl, rns .Memorial Hospital in Belle Fourche "My thanks also ~o Dr. Redding and the hospital staff. Mrs. Charlie Huckins Houston Creek ,Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Snider of Upton were dinner guests at the Richard Snider ,home Sunday of ~last ,week and rBob Burke and Johnny Rogers of Spearfish were afternoon visitors. Mr. and .Mrs. .Richard Snider were in Belle Fourche Wednesday. ~Mr. Snider attended a meeting at the Dennis ~art home Friday afternoon con- cerning a Community Room in Sundance..Miss Judy Snider at- tended the Basketball game at New Underwood Friday night. Mr. Snider helped Fri,tz Chatfield at the ranch Saturday afternon. Mrs. Snider is having a siege of the flu. .Mr. and Mrs. ,Fritz Chatfield visit. ed ~r. and Mrs. E. ]3. Chatfield and ~rs. Marie Andersen Wednes- THE SUNDANCE TIMES SundDnce, Wyo. Jan. 23, 1969 day. They were at the Richard Snider home Thursday aftevnon. Mr. Chatfield atlended a Co-Op meeting in Bele Fourche Satur- .(lay evening and Mrs. Chatfield. ~Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Chatfield, Richard Snider, Mr. and Mrs. Joe ,Gra~ham of Kara Creek, Mr. and qMrs. Don ,Grubb of Dallas, Texas were supper guests of Dr. and ~rs. R. I. Port. Richard Snider at- tended the ball game in Che eve- ning and Miss Judy accompanied him home. 'Mr. and ~Mrs. Wilbur Crawfovd at- tended the sheep sale in Belle Fourche Thursday afternoon. Mary Crawford was a Friday over- night guest of Linda Sell and Wauneta Sell *was a Saturday overnight guest of Margaret Crawford. Mr. and *Mrs. Lavern Sell and children were Saturday supper guests at the Crawford Home. The Craw~ord Family were guests a the Bill Johnson Home in Spearfish Sunday. Wyman Bushnell and ~3ill Cockerham were in town Friday. Pete and Robert Peterson were at ,the Francis Grubb Home Tues- day. Mrs. Grubb was in town Wednesday afternoon and visit- ed Mrs. Martin Peterson. ,Mr. and .Mrs. George Willey and children of ,Hulett were overnight visitors at the Chas. Chatfield Home Sunday of last week. ~r. and ~rs. Jay Richards of Hulett were ~onday dinner guests. Mrs. Chatfield visi,ted the Geo. Willey family in Hulett Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. Rodney Port and Mrs. 'Fritz Chatfield were Friday sup- per guests at the Chatfield Home. ~Mr. and ~rs. Joe Graham were Saturday evening visitors. Jim 'Habeck was transacting business in town one day during the week. Now's the time to get that second pair of school shoes 300 PAIR Regular values to $11.00 $3.88- $4.85- ANY TWO PAIR FOR $8.73 ONE GROUP BOYS' REDWING BOOTS REDUCED 20% LADLES' SPECIAL SALE On Air Step -Life Stride- Connie Jacqueline REGULAR VALUES TO $18.00 NOW AS LOW AS ;5.00 per pair Buy one pair at regular sale price - get second pair for $3.00 Open Friday Evenings Until 8 Spea ish, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Kennedy and IIarold were in Belle Fourche Saturday and attended the basketball game in Sundance in the evening. Jenuary 20 Today is the day our new pres- ident takes the oath of office, and let us all hope and pray that this year will bring our nation to a long awaited peace treaty. This community was greatly saddened last week when John Olson lost his life in a fire, which destroyed the Olson's home..Mr. Olson had been a resident of ]3eulah for twen*ty seven years, and was employed by Homestake Timber Department. We extend our sympathy to Mrs. Olson and other relatives. A pot luck dinner was held at the Royal Club last Sunday for those attending the funeral of John Olson. Graveside rights were held at the Beulah cemetary, with Rev. Patterson Keller of Sun. dance officiating. Mr. and ~Mrs. Henry Saari, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Metzel and Elaine Olson were last Sunday supper guests of Genevieve Larson. Elaine Olson has spent the past week a~ the Homestake hospital in Lead, undergoing tests. She ,hasn't been 5eeling well lately. 'Mr. and "Mrs. Chas. Crago were evening guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mathews on Thursday and they all (lined at the Echo Hill cafe. ,Mr. Crago had just re- turned from California where he visited his sister and family- the Claude Prothero's, and also visit- ed another sister near Seattle. .Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nonnast were visitors of Mr. and cMrs. Frank Tauck on Saturday. Mr. and /Mrs. Roger ]31akeman and family were hosts to a dinner Friday evening at their home to celebrate Roger's birthday and the ,Gerald ]31akeman's anniver- sary. Bill Blakeman was also a guest that evening. Mr. and 'Mrs. Gerald Blakeman visited John Blakeman at the Ft. Mead hospital near Sturgis on Sun. p. m. Mrs. John Blakeman and ~r. and Mrs. Mick Blakeman were also visitors. Mrs. George Ike and Donn and ~)avid Singleton were ,brief vis- itors of .the Gerald ]31akemans on Sunday afternoon. They were on their :way to Spearfish to visit Mr. Singleton at the Dorsett hom- Donn lke will leave on ,Monday to be inducted into the servivce. Visitors of 'Mr. and Mrs. Don Wendt over the weekend were .Mr. and ,Mrs. Robert Lowe of Newcastle, Lynn Kollars and Shorty Sands, Rapid City, and Jim Paris af Viet Nam. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pulis and family were Sunday visitors. ,Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hill and family of Lead were also visitors Saturday eve- ning. 4 x 8 Ft. Sheets- Specially Priced Old English Oak $9.95 sheet iIi $8.95 sheet Antique Birch $6.95 sheet Framing Grade Mahogany $3.49 sheet Save on Prices start as low as VAL-AIR CARPETING 6-ft. width $3.95 sq. yd. Many Colors and Styles from which to Choose INSTALLATION IS AVAILABLE BUILDING CENTER BUILDING THE GREAT NORTHWEST FOR OVER 80 YEARS Ph. 892-2574 Belle Fourche, S. D. ml -- -- -m -- - -- ....