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By Norma Bernd Telephone AT 3.2431 Mrs. M. O. Trego Hostess to Exemplar Chapter Meeting Of BSP Sorority Nine members were in attend- ance at the regular business meet- ing of Kappa Chapter of BSP So- rority held Monday evening at the home of Mrs. M. O. Trego. The program for the evening which was given by Mrs. Trego was entitled "Window Treatment and Lighting." Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting by Mrs. Trego. The next meeting of the sorority chapters will be a social meeting held jointly at the home of Mrs. Wes Huckins Feb. 20. m Kappa Chapter of BSP Meets at Don Rounds Home Fourteen members were present at the Monday evening meeting of Kappa Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority held at the home of Mrs. Don Rounds. Programs during the meeting were given by Bonnie Everling on "Travel" and by Mrs. Herb Stech on "Nature." o Refreshments were served at the close of the evening by the hostess. Mrs. Jay Durfee Hostess To Sundance Bridge Club Mrs. Jay Durfee was hostess to the Sundance bridge club in her home Tuesday, Feb. 7 with six members and two guest players, Mrs. Paul Sharp and Mrs. Rodney Port, present. Those who won prizes for the evening were Mrs. C. D. Roberts, high; Mrs. Jay Durfee second high and Mrs. John Lindsey, low. The club will meet nexf, Wed- nesday, February 15 at the home of Mrs. John Lindsey. -...---.. High School Teachers Are Entertained at Gene Reynolds Home Mr. and Mrs. Gene Reynolds were hosts at a card party held in their home Thursday evening for members of the Sundance high school teaching staff. Prizes awarded during the eve- ning went to Mr. and Mrs. Wes Huckins for high man and woman and to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Dick for low man and woman. Refresh. ments were served at the close of the evening by the hostess. Those present at the party were: Mr. and Mrs. Wes Huckins, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Dick, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Allen, Mr. and Mrs. John Seyfang, Bill Schmidt and Jim Anderson. Farewell Party Cemplimen~ Mrs. Roy Jones Monday Mrs. Roy Jones was compliment- ed by a farewell party held for her at the home of Mrs. Lester Maueh, Monday afternoon. Mrs. Jones is leaving Friday with her husband and family to. Ne~tle where they will make ~/rhme. Mrs. Jones was presented with a gift from the guests and a social afternoon followed with a coffee party. Ladies and children present at the party were: 'M~s. Alton Dyb- wad, Koko and pavid; Mrs. Dean Hutchins, Billy bnd Rhonda; Mrs. Cecil Crago and Russell; Mrs. Les- ter Maueh and Dennis and Mrs. Roy Jones, Jimmy ~md Barb~., Mamle McAnally Mrs. Mamie MeAnally was the honored guest at a party held for her by Mrs. Les Hooper Monday at the Hooper home in honor of Mrs. MeAnally's birthday. Grits were presented to Mrs. MeAually and traditional refresh. ments of ice cream and cake were served to the guests. The guest list included Mrs. Richard Hooper, Lisa, Jill, Lind- sey, Bruce and David; Mrs. Tom Hooper, Darmey and Bonnie and Mrs. Lena Sanford. Monday for Denver to be inducted into the armed forces. During the early evening the guests played records while being served a luncheon then all attend- ed the dance held at the Sunny Divide community hall. Guests included: Ralph Altizer, Tom Beagle, I~arry and David McLaughlin, Guy Fowler, Tom Bennick, Russell Tracy, Raymond Donaldson, Francis Grubb, Patsy Tschetter, Karol and Judy Frank, Judy Hutchins, Sanda Mayer, Shir- ley Lincoln, Arlene Altizer, Jean Kanode, Karol Hooper, the honor- ed guests and the hostesses. Birthday Dinner Held For Alfred Mauch Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mauch held a birthday dinner in their ho~e Sunday for Mr. Mauch's father, Alfred Mauch who was celebrating his birthday that day. Gifts were presented and the l afternoon was spent socially. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ackerman and Donnie of Seely, Wyo.; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Maueh and family and Cheryl, Stevie, and Dennis Mauch. Sewing Clinic To Be Held A two day sewing clinic, spon- sored by the Give and Gain home- makers club will be held in the afternoons of Feb. 24 and 25 in the Home Ec room in the high school building. The clinic will deal with sew- ing problems such as the place- ment of zippers, sewing western shirts and making western pants out of old pants. During the two clinic which will begin at 2 o'clock in the afternoons of Friday and Saturday. The first day will be spent on placing the patterns on the material and cutting the pat- terns out. The second day will be spent sewing the garments to- gether. Anyone wishing to attend the clinic is asked to contact Mrs, David Seeley or Mrs. Richard Hoop- er before the 23rd. m Danney iHooper Celebrates 4th Birthday Danney Hooper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hooper, celebrated his fourth birthday Feb. 2 in his home at a party held for him by his mother. After Danney opened his gifts, refreshments were served to the guests who included Mrs. Harvey Ferdinand, Mrs. Bernice Good, Mrs. Les Hooper, Mrs. Vict~ Cole, Janet and Judy, Mrs. Damon Cole, J Mrs. Richard Hooper, Lindsey, Jill and David; and Larry phrey. i Hoe Down Square Dance Club Organized During a square dance the VFW hall Saturday was voted to organize a dance club in hopes of good crowd at every dance. Julius Hewes was elected dent of the organization Harold Bernd, Named on a membership tee were Carl Lathrop and Mr. Mrs. Harold Bernd with Bernd, chairman. Membership for the club were set at $1 person and $I a couple for bers per dance. Dances have been scheduled every two weeks with the next, to be held at the VFW hall 18. Sundance, Wyo. Feb. 9, is away I am going to From NOW and until the Boss gets back, I will GIVE one can of paint for each one you of the following: Is EASY COAT.. $5.10 GLOSSCOAT.. ENAMEL......$ (I am the boss until he finds out about this.) Yl SO-O-O-O IIII I'm Giving BIGGER BUYS T prices are g I MADE SOME OTHER HOT BAR- GAINS: COME IN AND SEE. i II I i i II I Jl IIII IIIIII Farewell Party Held For Sundance Youths Miss Sharon Pearson, assisted by Misses Judy Hutchins and Arlene Altizer held a farewell party in her home Saturday evening honoring Beagle, Leroy Butts and Kenneth Frederiksen who left III I I III Phone AT 3-2974 I I II II III I Paul S. Sharp, Owner Sundanee, Wyo.