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W. S. C. S. Meets At Sherrard Home Thursday Mrs. Bob Sherrard was hostess to the members of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church at her home Thursday afternoon, February 7. Twelve members were present. The banks of the food baskets were opened and the total pro- ceds were $65.65. After the business meeting re- freshments were served by the hostess. The next regular meeting of W. S. C. S. will be at the home ef Mrs. Paul Cummings on Feb- ruary 21st, and the Study Club will meet at Mrs. Wilbur Dilla- vou's on February 28th, Sundanee Bridge Club Meets Wednesday Night Miss Marion Thompson enter- tained the members of the Sun- dance Bridge club at her home last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Bob ]Baldwin, Mrs. Paul Sharp and Mrs. ]Ray Good were substitute players. Dessert was served by the hostess and at the conclusion of the card games prizes were awarded to Mrs. Bob Baldwin for high score and to Mrs. Ray Good for second high score. Wllliamaons Honored At Dinner Party Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Nels H. Smith were ]hosts at a dinner party given in ]honor of Captain and Mrs. D. F. Williamson of Honolulu, Hawaii at the Royal Club in Beulah last "Wednesday evening. Covers were laid for twelve guests. Beta Sigma Phi Members Meet At Schloredt Home The members of Wyoming Kap- lpa Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Mrs. Lee Schloredt ~onday evening. After a short business meeting, the evening w3s spent in playing cards. The hos- tess served refreshments late in the evening. The next scheduled meeting is at the home of Mrs. Helen Smith on March 5th. Floyd Cart's Entertain At 8merg.~bord Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carr enter- rained several guests at their home Saturday evening at a "smorgas- Ibord" after the basketball game. Invited guests were Mr. and Mr.~. Lee Schloredt, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- tshall Young, Mr. and Mrs. Donald ]Rounds and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dur- fee. IF. A. Humphrey Honored On Seventy.Sixth Birthday F. A. Humphrey was honored en his seventy-sixth birthday last Wuesday evening, February 12th at a surprise "potluck" supper. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Humphrey and son, Russell, ]Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Larive, Mr. and Mrs. Osa Humphrey and Mr. land Mrs. Everett Humphrey and won, Larry. After supper the eve- ruing was spent in visiting. Eewing Club Meets "I~ursday at Goods The members of the Sundance Eewing Club met last Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ray Good with nine members present. Late in the afternoon refreshments were served by the hostess to Mrs. Tom Hooper, Mrs. Richard Hooper, ]Mrs. Harvey Ferdinand, Mrs. Les- lie Hooper, Mrs. Ray McAnally, ]Krs. Charles Baker, Mrs. Glen Rob- erts and Bonnie Hooper. Authorized Florists Telegraph Delivery Shop SIEBRECHT'S FLOWER SHOP Floral Service Plants and Flowers Phone 128 Store--614 St. Joe Rapid City, S. D. Canasta Party Given By Willis Hughes' Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hughes en- tertained several friends last Sat- urday evening at a "canasta" par- ty at their home. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Alien Edwards, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rolf. Mrs. Bob Pearson won the prize for high score, and the prize for low score went to Mrs. Lloyd Rolf. Refresh- ments were served by the hostess late in the evening. Mrs. Elfriede Sehloredt Entertains At Party Thursday Mrs. Elfriede Schloredt enter- tained the members oi St. Anne's Guild of the Episcopal church, their husbands, and other guests at a party at her home last Thurs- day evening. The business meeting of the guild, which was called for 7:30 was attended by Mrs. Roy Jones, Mrs. Glen Roberts, Mrs. Don Rounds, Mrs. Scotty Gladstone, Mrs. Ivan Cressman, Mrs. Floyd Carr, Mrs. Paul Sharp, Mrs. Lee Schloredt, Mrs. Harry Davis and Mrs. A. J. Katches. Other guests arrived at 8:30 for# refreshments and card games. Lat? I arrivals were Mr. and Mrs. George Beagle, Glen Roberts, Mrs. Helen Smith, Ivan Cressman, Mrs. Maur- ice Williams, Floyd Carr, Lee Schloredt, Paul Sharp, Don Rounds and Harry Davis. At the conclusion of the evening prizes were awarded to Scotty Gladstone for high score and to Harry Davis for low score. Lucille Elchenberger, Don Plato Married Sunday at Stnrgis, S. D. Miss L u c i I I e Eichenberger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eichenberger of Sturigs, S. D., be- came the bride of Donald Plato, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Plato of Sundance, in a double ring ceremony performed by Rev. C. D. Erskine at the Presbyterian church in Sturgis on Feb. 17. The bride wore a dark aqua dress with black accessories. She wore a corsage of red roses. Mrs. Louise Wildey, sister of the bride, was the maid of honor. How- ard Allen, was the best man. ! Others attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eichen- ~berger, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Plato, i Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eichenberger, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Plato, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wood, Charles Plato, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wood and Peg- gy, Mrs. C. W. Plato, Mrs. Walt Williamson, Gaff and Patricia, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wildey, Miss Hil- da Eichenberger, Miss Velma Van Cleave, Miss Evelyn Van Cleave, Mr. and Mrs. Don Sager and Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Almire. To Marry Soldier Mr. and Mrs. Norman Miles last week announced the engage- ment of their daughter, Rose Marie, to Pfc. Vernon A. Hunter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hunter of Gillette. Miss Miles, who graduated from the Sund.ance high school in 1951, is attending the National School of Business in Rapid City, and is serving as an assistant in Emergency surgery at St. John's hospital in that city. Mr. Hunter has been with the .~rmed forces since July, 1951 and is now stationed at Ft. Riley, Kansas. No date has been set for the wedding. Dessert-Bridge Given At Durfee Home Wednesday Mrs. Bill Durfee entertained sev- eral friends at her home Wednes- day evening at a "dessert-bridge." Guests present were Mrs. Frank Shewey, Mrs. Harry Nixon, Mrs. Richard Hooper, Mrs. Willis Hughes, Mrs. Floyd Carr, Mrs. Har- ry Davis and Mrs. Leroy Schlor- edt. Mrs. Schloredt won the prize traveling by Sonny Moore and Daisy Dennis. At the close of the games refreshments were served to Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Dee Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Blakeman, Mr. and Mrs. Iean Richards, Mr. and Mrs. Art Rath- bun, Misses Arlene Fowlkes and Tiny Proctor, Dave Reynolds and THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sund~nee, Wyo. Febr. 21, 195~ Jim Frisbee, Art Rathbun, Lloyd Redding, Julius Hauber, and Dale Rathbun helped Bert Rathbun butcher hogs recently. Mrs. Ji~ Frisbee and Jimmy and Mrs. Art Rathbun visited with Mrs. Bert Rathbun during the day. Mrs. A. C. Moore has been staY" ing in Gillette with her daughter, Betty, and family helping to take care of and getting acquainted with her very new granddaughter, Rena Kay Marsh. On Thursday afternoon, a Val- entine party was held at the Ne~V Haven school. After a short prO" gram and several valentine games, the Valentine box was opened and the Valentines were distributed. Mrs. Florence Osborn, the teach" er, served ice cream and cookies to Alice Bolin, Joan Denniston, Ivan Hauber, Harry Frisbee, Lloyd Franklin, Aletha Wood, Doris Franklin, Delores Wood, Mrs. J. B. Frisbee and Jimmy, Mrs. Junior Wood, Roger and George Earl, Mrs. Earl Franklin, Mrs. George Red" ding and Mrs. Arthur Rathbun. A very pleasant afternoon was enjoy" ed by everyone. Ralph Copple who has been do" ing some carpenter work at the Harlan Williams ranch was unable to work the latter part of the weel~ because he was ill. We hope he i~ feeling better. 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