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February 4, 1954

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', TIMES Feb. 4, )OG BA ,dule SOCIETY By Bernice Williams ou have news for this column or personal items to report for )Lication in this newspaper please telephone Bernice Williams, )ne 88 before 6:00 p.m. Monday of the week of publication. Club Wednesday members of the Contract Club met last Wednesday with Mrs. Maurice Will- ~ hostess to the group at her ':30 o'clock dessert was serv- the games commenced. of bridge were in play, John Lindsey a guest player. was awarded prize score, and Mrs. Lawrence won prize for second SCore. Mrs. C. D. Roberts score prize winner. club will meet next Febru- ~, with Mrs. Robert Baldwin to the group. Stu~lub ; February 9 Nels Smith, president of Republican Study announced February 9, date of the next meeting Smith has called the meet- 2:00 o'clock at Ray's Cafe, all interested women to call will be answered an appropriate current Ask About 15-Day Trial Offer! Celebrates The guest list included Danny rand Patty Jackson, Bruce and Lindsey Hooper, Teddy and Grace Marie Rounds, Donna and Joan Rounds, David and Michele Young, Douglas McLaughlin, Walter Tracy, Jimmie and Mark Versluys, Mrs. Lorraine Barnes, Mrs. Rich- ard Hooper, Mrs. Ted Rounds, Mrs. Don Rounds, Mrs. Marshall Young, Mrs. Donald Tracy, Mrs. Ted Ver- sluys, Mrs. Wayne Jackson and Mrs. Alfred McLaughlin. .Tack Necklason, Betty Nussbaum Wed Saturday Miss Betty Mac Nussbaum be- came the bride of Jack Conrad Necklason at a ceremony perform- ed at All Angels Episcopal Church in Spearfish Saturday afternoon. The Reverend Stuart Frazer read the single ring service at 2:30 o'clock in the presence of a small group of relatives and friends. The former Betty Nussbaum is the only daughter of Claude Nuss- baum of Pine Bluffs, Wyoming. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Necklason of Sun- dance. The bride chose for her wedding l a blue nylon faille afternoon dress~ with blue accessories and wore a SatUrday corsage of red roses. Mrs. Mar-i ........ shall Nussbaum, a sister-in-law of Sature~:rt~et~rnono]ns, the bride was matron of honor. y en by his mother, i Mr. Tom Davis, an uncle of the ~kesh, at his home. [ groom, served as best man for his . n was spent PlaY'l nephew. After the gifts wereI The bride is a graduate of Pine hday cake and ice[ Bluffs High School and also at- Were served [tended Black Hills Teachers Coil- ege in Spearfish. She has been a teacher in Weston County for the past year and plans on completing her teaching contract for the year. The groom attended Sundance: High school and is a partner with his father on their ranch southeast of Sundance, where .the couplei will make their home after a short, wedding trip through the Black Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Necklason were hosts at a 6:30 o'clock dinner at their ranch home honoring the newly wedded couple. Out of town guests attending the wedding and wedding dinrter in- cluded Claude Nussbanm St.; Mr. and Mrs. Claude Nussbaum, Jr; Charles Nussbaum and Williard Sheppard, aU of Pine Bluffs; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Necklason and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Wellman of Gillette. Gardening Is program Topic at B. S. P. Sorority Meeting Monday Night The "Garden" and "Natures -Landscapes" were the subjects of the program for Kappa and Exem- plar chapters of Beta Sigma Phi sorority at the regular meeting Monday night at the home of Mrs. Gene Reynolds. A film was also !shown to illustrate the topics, which were chosen from the soror- ity study book. Mrs. Gene Reyn- olds and Mrs. Ted Rounds were in charge of the program. Twelve members of the attended the meeting. Refresh- ments were Served by the hostess after the program. The next meeting of the group is scheduled for February 15 at the home of Mrs. Ted Rounds. Parties Honor David Hooper On 8th Birthday David Hooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hooper, was the re- cipient of two parties January 28, given in honor of his birthday, by his mother. Early in the afternoon, the pu- pils of the second grade, were the r guests of Mrs. Hooper at a party[ held in the school room. The/ children all received favors and| were served birthday refresh- l ments. At 4:00 o'clock at a party at the Hooper residence, birthday cake and ice cream were served to Bon- nie, Leslie and Danny Hooper, Gary and Esther Barnes, Patty Kokesh, Mrs. Leslie Hooper, Mrs. Harvey Ferdinand, Mrs. Mamie McAnally, Mrs. Tom Hooper, Mrs. Lorraine Barnes, Mrs. Charles Ko- kesh and the honored guest. KAFJt CIIHK Donald Thompson stayed over- night at Carl Dennises Friday andi went to Belle Fourche with them Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Thompson and Mrs. Wayne Music went to Sun- dance on business Saturday. Mrs. Thompson called on Stanley Weg- ners to see her new grandson Ran- dall and her first great grand-i daughter Cindy Dian, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Waugh of Sundance. ! A fruit truck from Belle I Fourche came through this vicin- ity Wednesday. Page Thorn took his cows down to Thompson's to have them win- tered. He plans on going to Sun- WE INVITE YOU :dance to spend the winter. Mrs. Leonard Wegner and child- ren went to stay with Leonard's folks. Leonard plans on joining her about Friday. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Feb. 4, 195~ Wayne Music, Lee Roy Thomp- ~son and Chuck Niles left for Cas- per Friday while Marilou, Paula and Wayne are staying with her folks. Mr. and Mrs. Art Zimmerschied are the parents of a baby girl born at Spearfish, So. Dak. Jan. 27. This is their second child and first girl. Joe Casary took Leonard and Stanley Wegner out to their folks ranch to get Leonard's car Sun- .... iiij Symptoms of Distress Arlsino from STOMACH ULCERS .vETO EXCESS ACiD QUICK RELIEF OR NO COST DR. F. R. WAll) I)emtist Spearti~ S. D. 146 W. l]iiaols St. day. Over five million packagm of tim WII.Ltt~ TREATMEMr have been sold foe relief of symptoms of distress arising f~om and Duodenal Ulcers due to I~ A Poor Digestion, Sour or Upset Stemaeliw Gassiness, Heartburn, Sleeplessaesst etc., due to Excess Acid. Ask for !'WII~,~ Message" which fully explains ~ls ~g- able home treatment--fr,~--at LEEPS PHARMACY Announcing The Sundance . Volunteer Fire Department HAS BEEN APPOINTED AGENT FOR to attend the opening of . ) Willie s Food Mart F Friday, February 5 We have purchased Richards Grocery from Mr. and Mrs. George Richards and this ~s our invitation to you to come in and get acquainted. Fyr-Fyter Equipment . ALL TYPES OF EXTINGUISHERS AND REFILLS - , , PUMPS WE'LLHAVE FREE COFFEE & DOUGHNUTS , HOSE A,d h __ Kemember-- ~ We Offer...-free_dehvery serv~ice [ Phone 10174 '~ . TWO DELIVERIES DAILY-11 A.M. &4P.M. [ liver Sales Mr..d Mrs. Silly ,