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February 9, 1956

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THE SUNDSuNCE TIMES The is a legal newspaper for all publleatlma Jo/m 12ndNy Owner-Publisher Howard ~ News Editor, Advert/s/rig Managur SUBSCRIPTION RATES $8.00 per year in Crook and adjoining eotmtles; $3.50 per year ~4mvhere. Entered at the postofflee at Sundanee, Wyoming, as seeomd class matter under the act of March & 1879. By Bonnie Everling Hi Homemakers and Girls, Seems like Spring is here the ~veather has been so nice the last few days. We're hoping the "weatherman will be on our sid~ for the Farmers Institute, today and Friday because we want to ~ee lots of you people there. Then, too, we have receivod leveral seed catalogues so that's another indication that spring is around the corner. We have sev- eral bulletins that may be of in- terest to you gardeners. They are available at our office --- call or write a card. "Vegetable varieties and High Altitude Freezing" is a good pamphlet based on tests made at the University of Wyoming. We know what vegetables grow best in the altitudes of Wyoming and which ones of these will be best when frozen. Some of the other bulletins are "Grow More Flowers", "Plants for Your Vegetable Garden", and "Ar- ranging PlantS In Your Yard." Are you looking for a new fruit salad to serve your family. Here's something to spruce up your meals. Fruit Platter: Peach Halves, drained, Fruit Cocktail, drained, Pineapple slices, drained, Cottage cheese, Bananas and Salad Greens. Place peach halves, cut side up, on salad greens in the center of a large plate. Fill with fruit cocktail. Spread pineapple slices with cot- tage cheese and top with another pineapple slice, sandwich style. Fill with fruit cocktail. Spread pine- apple slices with cottage cheese and top with another pineapple slice, sandwich style. Fill centers ~ith cottage cheese. Cut bananas in half and slice ~rom tip in, spread- ing apart to make a fan. Dip in pineapple syrup. Arrange pine- apple sandwiches and banana fans around peaches. Garnish with For Those Tender Smoked Hams and Bacon Bring your ~Iogs to BRODSKY Packing Co. For Processing Spearfish, S. D. i DR. KEITH LOGAN [ CHIROPRACTOR Bolles Building | P one I BeUe ou=he, S. D; | I salad greens. Serve with desired dressing. Houston Creek (Feb. 2) Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Bushnell were Sunday dinner guests at the Wilford Kennedy home and Mrs. Roy Kiser was an afternoon visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Bushnell were in l Belle Fourche Thursday. Gene Hindman and Ray Potter were Sunday callers at the Ray Osgard home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Chapman of Upton spent Wednesday at the Richard Snider home. Mr. and Mrs. Snider and children were Sat- urday visitors at the Ralph Mills home and were in Sundance and Upton Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chatfield at- tended the Farm Bureau Meeting on the Divide Saturday evening. Eva June Chatfield was a Monday overnight visitor at the home of her grandparents. Harold Schelldorf was among those attending the Masonic meet- ing in Lead Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Chatfield and daughter were visitors at the Paul Myers home Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Snider and child- ren were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Chatfield home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chatfield entertained at a canasta party Sat- urday night. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Bushnell, Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Kennedy, Mrs. Bill Bushnell, Ray Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Osgard and Susan. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wilkerson, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Snicter, and children, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rice and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hindman and Carol and Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Chat- field and Cheyrl. Dr. and Mrs. R. I. Port wereFriday afternoon, call- ers at the Chaffield home. Mrl and Mrs. Paul Cummings and family drove up from Laramie Friday afternoon and were at home until Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Cum- mings and daughters were Sunday svpper guests at the Leonard Sher- rard home. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hindman and Carol were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Henry Englehaupt home. Carol Hin~man spent Fri- day night with Eva June Chatfield. Mr. and Mrs. Hindman were Satur- .day visitors at the Sam Rice home and Mr. Hindman helped with tag- ging sheep. The Virgil 'Dyer family were guests at the Sam Rice home Sun- day of last week. Mr. and M~. Rice we1'e in town Monday. Alva " (Feb. 2) Mr. and Mrs. Lowell rMahoney and son, Tommy, were visitors at the Jim Gordon home on Friday. The Beaver Creek Homemakers clU~ had a c oyered dish dinner at the home of Mrs. Bruce McAmis. Ten members were present. A MODERN FOOD STORE Groeefle Meats, Fruft Vegetables, Bakery eloods Belle Fourehe, 8. D. ' Mrs. Ted Rounds and daughters Kara ~-~l~r~L" Sundanee, Wyo. Feb, 9, were weekend visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vic French. (Feb. 2) spent this week visiting in Mr. and Mrs, Clarence ,CollinsMr. and Mrs. Herbert Buckmiller Comer Chapman called were dinner guests at the Norman Collins home in Hulett on Sunday. and Mike spent Saturday evening Ames boys Wednesday es Mr. and Mrs. Ellen Nielsen left at Ames'. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ames Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Weaver hogs to Gillette Friday. Bill Dillinger attended accompaniedMnday for DallaS,by Mrs.TeX'LuluTheYNielsenWere and family spent Sunday at the in Gillette Friday. who will remain in Denver to visit home of her parents. her daughter, Mrs. Darrell Stultz. The Farm Bureau meeting at the Alva school house had a good at- tendance. The regular meeting was preceded by showing a series of comedy films. Mr. and Mrs. Vic French are leaving for Rapid City this week. They will remain there for the balance of this winter. Lynda Ames spent the Mr. and Mrs. Albert Proctor with home folks. Keyhole (Feb. 2) Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Erland at/d small children were in and Spearfish Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jones wer~ in Moorcroft Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Shurvinton and Tommy were in Sundance Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Erland and family spent Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cranston and family. Gene Cranston brought Sidney Erland's grinder home Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cranston and small children were among those who attended the Denver stock show in Denver. Floyd Mewhirter is driving a new Chevrolet ton pickup. Top Team in Homestake League Im . % for the successful operation of We are happy to have had a part in the construction of the new Conoco station in Sundance. gO HEATING Deadwood, S. D.