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By HELEN SMITH If you have news for this column please telephone 49 on Mondays between 10:00 a.m and 12 Noon. ii Wina Montgomery Honored At Bridal Shower 3an. 25 Miss Vina Montgomery was honored at a bridal shower given by LaVerne Donaldson, Donna Yschetter, Minnie Mac George and Joan Frederickson at the Donald- son. home Jan. 25. After the hon- ored guest opened her gifts, cake, Ice cream and coffee were served. Those attending were Mrs. Bet- ty Montgomery, Mrs. Emory George, Mrs. Katie Meisner, Mrs. Ellen Roadifer, Mrs. Stella Tay- lor, Mrs. Anna Taylor, Mrs Eliza Cummings, Mrs. Kate Donaldson, Jessie Snell, Mrs. Ruth Ger- l~m~t, Mrs. Una Seeley, Mrs. Vir- ginia Engelhaupt, Beverly Lincoln, Evelyn Walter, Patty Kipp, Reva ]Roadifer, the honored guest and the hostesses. Itl ~athews and Dick Ctmdy Qffonored at Birthday Party Ed Mathews and Dick Cundy "were honored at a birthday party i "Friday evening in Spearfish at the ! +e.ity hall. The evening was spent "in~ "square dancing." Those at-1 trending from Sundance were Mr. j and Mrs. C. D. Roberts, Mr. and! [rs, Jay Durfee, Earl Ike Jr., Mr. i ~nd Mrs. Paul Sharp and Mrs. EI- friede Schloredt. ]Bir~day Party Given for Marbara Hildebrand Tuesday Little Barbara H il d e ttr a n d, tlaughter of Mr. and Mrs. James l~f'fldebrand, was honored at a tmrty Tuesday afternoon on herI fifth birthday. Invited guests werei l~rs. Don Rounds, Donna and Tim-1 may, Mrs. Ted Versluys, Jimmy and l ]Butch, Mrs. Dorman Ewing. Lin-,I tla and Billy, Mrs. Dick Proctor, Debl~ie:" and Dana, Mrs. Ted Rounds, Teddie and Grace Marie and .S.~aron Hildebrand. Appropri-! ' ate tlirthday+ party refreshments ~ere served, and games were+ l~layed during the afternoon. I Pollo Benefit Party Given ]By Mrs. Durfee Friday Mrs. A. B. Durfee entertained from 2 to 5 last Friday afternoon at a "polio" benefit party. Mrs. Dudee matched the money collect;, ~l at the party for the polio drive. Guests present included Mrs. Sid Harvey, Mrs. Tom Graham, C. D. Roberts, Mrs. Jay Dur- fee, Mrs. Bill Durfee, Mrs. Al ME- l~aughlin, Mrs. Harry Nixon, M~r~. Paul Cummings, Mrs. Lloyd Cole, IMrs. Joe Drus, Mrs. John Binney, Nr~ Floyd Carr, Mrs. Lamar o Speior, Mrs. Ralph Partlow, Mrs. ' Frank Blakeman, Mrs. Julius Hewes, Mrs. Bud Miller, Miss Ed- lua Justice, Mrs. Maurice'Claasick, Dixie NuckoUs, Mrs. Margar- et Semsey, Mrs, Irwin Roadifer, Frank Shewey, Miss Harriet lratrvey, Mrs. Bob Sherrard and Mrs. Ted Rounds. General Auctioneering Gl'attuate of Reisch American School of Auctioneering Contact: Boyd Larson or Dick Cundy Ph. 9F16 Spearfish, S. D. i ii Schloredt Home Scene of Dinner Part}" Friday Night Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schloredt en- tertained Mr. ~nd Mrs. Harold Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carr at dinner at their home Fri- day evening. After dinner home movies were shown, and the re- mainder of the evening was spent iR playing cards. Danny Hooper Honored at Birthday ~ Monday Danny Hooper, son of Mr and Mrs. Tom Hooper, celebrated his first birthday at a party given for him by his mother at their home Monday afternoon. Invited guests included Mrs. Harvey Ferdinand, Mrs. Georgia Powers, Mrs. Ray Good, Mrs. Leslie Hooper, Mrs. Glen Roberts and son Leon, Mrs. Everett Humphrey and son Larry and Leslie and Bonnie Hooper. Birthday party refreshments were served to the guests by the hos- tess, Birthday Dinner Given for Nels Smith Friday Night Mrs. Helen Smith entertained several guests at her home Fri- day night in honor of her son Nels who was celebrating his fourteenth birthday. Dinner was served to Mr. and Mrs. Guy Fowler and Guy, Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsey and Mich- ael, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ben- nick and Tommy, and Byrl Jensen.+ After dinner the boys attended Mrs. John Lindsey, Miss Marion Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. C, D. Rob- erts, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Durfee, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Durkee, Mrs. George Kellogg, Mr. and Mrs. Verne Barton, Mrs Helen Smith, Dr. and Mrs. Rodney Port, Dr. and Mrs. Bob Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Trego, Mr. and Mrs. Art Schelldorf, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hoffman and Mr. and Mrs. Curt Shaw. Baby Shower Given at Katches Home Thursday Mrs. Ted Rounds and Mrs. A. J. Katches entertained several la- dies at the Katches home last Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. John Taylor and infant son, Gene Robert. After the many lovely gifts were opened refreshments were served by the hostesses. Those present were Mrs. Jim Hildebrand, Mrs. Lee Schloredt, Mrs. Lamar Speier, Mrs. Roger Thomas, Mrs. Leonard Snook, Mrs. Floyd Carr, Mrs. Ted Versluys, ~Mrs. Claire McGuckin, Mrs. Jay Durfee, Mrs. Eifriede Schloredt, i Mrs. Toad Weaver, Mrs. Don Rounds, Mrs. Kenneth Bennick and Mrs. Helen Smith. Bridal Shower Is Held l~r Domm 'lWIm qPschetter A bridal shower was held for Miss Donna Mac Tschetter Jan. 25 by Gloria and Alice Nielsen at the Nielsen home. Attending the shower were Mrs. Valgene Waugh, Mrs. Alberta Bush, Mrs. Jeanette Wolf, Mrs. Fred Tschetter, Mrs. Gladys Griffis and the Misses Marflyrt Long, Ellen Rush, Patsy Griffis and Patsy Tschetter. KAIA atmzi[ Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Music and Lee Roy Thompson came back from Billings, Mont. and Wayne Newcastle, while Lee Roy is work-, ing on a ranch near by. Mr. arid Mrs. Paul Dillavou and family were Sunday supper guests at their folks' as were the Musics who were all night guests. The maintainer went through twice, but it does no good now. G~andpa Werner was sick in bed Friday with the flu. Lee Thompson got a load of hay Monday and Friday from the Page Thorn place. Carl Dennis and sons got a load of coal from Gillette. Mrs. ,ALbert Manke went to Deadwood on business one day last week. Arch Creek ] Burlcy Ankeney attend lodge in Upton last week. THE SUNDANCE Sundance Wyo. Feb. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Worland, Wyo. spent with her parents, they their way home after tion. It snows most every have 8 inches now. Mr. and Mrs. Ankeney the sale at Belle this Yell 'era, you saw it In The Dr.J.G. Osteopath - Spearfish, S. D. 1953 Mercury 4 Door Sedan i COOL MOTORS Phone 39 Sundance, Wy the movies and the adults spent is working in the oil field at - ...... -- the evening playing cards. - .............. ..w. a, You Play The Cupid... Party Saturday Night Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hewes~en- tertained several friends at their home Saturday evening. After the group attended the "polio" dance, refreshments wereserved. ~ We'll Furnish The TEose present included Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Williams, Mr. and : ....... CANDY Expert Repai [ Work - . 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