Newspaper Archive of
The Sundance Times
Sundance, Wyoming
February 4, 1954     The Sundance Times
PAGE 5     (5 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 5     (5 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
February 4, 1954

Newspaper Archive of The Sundance Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2021. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

~E TIMES Feb. 4, ~tr Lodge FFA ~Spons0r Oldtime Auxiliary ~entine Dance 5day Nomen's /~ old time Valentine dance pal churchibe sponsored by the Bear for a s~ FFA chapter on Feb. 13. b. 11 at ~ance will be held at Sunny will ende" hall starting at 9:30 p.m. to attend Fk Allen, chapter adviser tLPrceeds from the dance dl game 21 be used for chapter activ- HOSPITAL ~e and Mrs. Art Zimmerschied )orcroft are the parents of a Iter born January 28 at the e hospital. The baby was rl Bonnie Be~ and weighed bs. at birth. ty Winters of Upton was ad- d February 1 for surgery. tra ~mpoline Act -----~ture Today at ~~'h School Assembly ~trampoline act will be featur- the National School Assem- be held Feb. 4 at 2:30 p.m. Sundance high school gym- ]. Featured on the program *e the Trompoline Stars. mission prices to the program en cents for children under 1, 15 cents for children over ~ and 25 cents for adUltne The ably is open to everyo . Farm Safety 'veys Completed Sundance FFA 0rking in four teams last Fri- mc~mbers of the Bear Lodge napter completed 108 farm ~Y surveys and passed out 216 LSmking'' signs i rA members covered all ranch- ~the Sundance area The chap- | goal in the farm safety drive }50 farms and ranches. The De ~hope to complete the survey ~ f February. Coming 4.H Club Regular Session and Coming 4-H club regular meeting Jan. 24 Jack Wolfskill home at Two leaders, George on and Mrs. Mel Storm, at- d the meeting along with Mildred Terry, Mellie and Robert, Roger and/ Wolf skill. a short business meeting, the Voted to charge a penny next meeting to anyone Spoke without addressing the the meeting, Mrs. Dick- cake and Mrs. W01f- coffee. The members will April 4 at the Mel Storm for a covered dish dinner. The Blue Drug and Jewelry "HOnle of Beautiful Gifts" SPearfish, S. D. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Roberts left Wednesday for Los Angeles where they will spend about ten days vis- iting Mrs. Roberts mother, Mrs. George Barr. Jay Katches left Monday morn- ing for Salt Lake City where he will spend several days on busi- ness. Carl Mayer returned Saturday from Rochester, Minnesota where he spent several days last week going through the Mayo clinic. The Reverend Lamar P. Speier drove to Rapid City Monday to meet Mrs. Speier and son John, who were returning by plane from a visit with relatives in Tennessee. Mrs. Robert Baldwin and son Harry Angus and Mrs. Lloyd Cole and daughter Susie returned by plane Saturday from California where they have spent the past three weeks visiting relatives. Mrs. Roy Schmelzer of Newcastle spent Friday visiting friends in Sundanee. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Roberts made a business trip to Rapid City Fri- day. House guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sharp from Thursday until Tuesday of this week were Mr. Sharp's sister and family, Major and Mrs. O. R. Snodgrass and ~undance l=leCt:ric Sundance, Wyo. three children of Sundai, Japan. They were enroute to Charleston, South Carolina, where Major Snod' grass will be stationed. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rounds and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagner were dinner guests of Reverend and Mrs. Harry Haydis of Newcastle Sunday. Dallas Plaint and Hollywood - two outstanding creations in broadloom carpet by Whittall at Dusek's in Rapid City. Beverly Miller was an overnight guest of Linda Williams Monday. 1st Lieutenant and Mrs. William THE SUNDANCE TIMES C. Brock and daughter Lynn of! Sundance, Wyo. Feb. 4, 1953 Patrick Air Base, Eau Gallie, Flor-i ida arrived Monday and are visit- ""r n- Mr "~ rne Boal and ing Mrs. Brock's sister and family, ~ m. a (1 s. ve .... r "1 r Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kokesh. Lien- Iamlly o~ upton VlSlteQ D . ~ a - tenant Brock will Leave about enoacn ~unoay. February 20 for New York City[ Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl M.~y- enroute to Germany where Mrs. I er and family .Sunday was John Brock and Lynn will join him Mayer of Sturg,s. later this winter. Thomas D. Hunt, field supervis- Mrs. Ray Good and Mrs. Floyd I or for the state Welfare Depart- Carr drove to Sheridan Monday ment, was a visitor at the county where Mrs. Good will visit Mr. welfare office Tuesday and Wed- and Mrs. Bud Dudrey and family, nesday. Anniversary [ ale MORE COMPLETE & BIGGER THAN EVER BEFORE Starts Monday, Feb. 8 for 2 weeks GE and Kelvinator Appliances CARPETS Starting Price $5.95 sq. yd. from Bigelow Alexander Smith Firth Rug Padding Gulistan 98c sq. yd. NO INSTALLATION CHARGES INSTALLATION GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY Flexsteel Pullman Karpen Living Room Suites & Sectionals $139.50 up ii Single SEELY Bedroom Furniture t t, [ ! ~.,..NO FINANCE OR DELIVERY CHARGES 620 Main Deadwood, S. D. Furniture Co. SCHWARZWALD Starting at $47.50 iii 9 x 12 ft. FOLD RUGS $39.95 each formerly $59.50 each Box Springs & Mattress Discounted