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March 5, 1953     The Sundance Times
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MethOdist Folks of our people living in o Were unable to attend Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. John due to bad weath- hazards. Hegge broke trail for Wednesday in order to choir practice and of- meeting. for the dedication of the on April 26 are underway. interested in these plans of the building to gather at the church P.m., March 11th for din- planning session. Friends please be at this Dinner is free. Dillavou acted as secre- for the Sunday m Mrs. Keyser's absence Rice is acting financial while Mrs. Yeoman is her daughters in Denver, Methodist Youth Fellowship every Monday evening for a period of and study followed by an fellowship and fun. Some people are working If you have a hob- it along and join the high school young peo- to these gatherings. will adjourn promptly Women,s Society of Chris- meets with Mrs. Hes. j 5th at two o clock. The1 draw names for secretI and make plans for the! at the church March 1_1. I Rice and the boys were4 When they didn't appear in1 oust( nary places Sunday g" ~ ~ey are having a bout ~e fit Rice had the flu last week Clark from Newcastle fill- for him. school teachers are get their quarterly order to Mrs. Keyser at on |iea~tt~r--.,-v Easter and church ded- |O'el~. services Wednesday at 7 ~. _lv~~. P-va. They can use more |Pte~-' so if you like to sing |~,ght up. Binney and Mrs. Mary Anderson were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Good. The evening was spent in playing can- asta. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Classick and Mr. and Mrs. Sid Harvey drove to Lead last Wednesday evening~ to see the basketball game between Black Hills Teacher's College and Rapid City School of Mines. The game was a benefit game for the Kiwanis Club of Lead. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cole and Susie were Saturday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Haptonstall. Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Tracy left for Phoenix, Arizona on Friday. After spending some time in Phoe- nix, Mr. and Mrs. Tracy plan to visit at Corpus Christi, Texas and in Florida. They will return to Sundance in about a month. Mrs. Harry Ilsley of Cheyenne and John Ilsley of Gillette were visiting in Sundance last Wednes- day. Kepp, a shop for women, Rapid City S. D. in the post office block next to the Red Owl grocery. New things are being received from our buyers in New York and women- will be thrilled to see what the new season has to offer. Your suit will be a most important item in your wardrobe for Spring and it's because suit fashions are so exciting for the new season. You are going to like them ever so much. Mr. and Mrs. Sial Harvey enter- rained Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Clas- sick at supper at their home Fri- day evening. Mrs. Richard Hooper and Mrs. Charles Kokesh spent Friday in Spearfish. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Endres have moved into the house formerly occupied by the Howard Gates family. A 1-C Robert Snook, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Snook, arrived in Sundance last Thursday from Korea, where he had been for the past seven months. Bob will re- port to Biggs Airforce Base, El Paso, Texas on April 1st. ,~ Mr. and Mrs. John Binney vis- ited Mrs. Binney's parents, Mr. Mrs. John Stahl returned Sun- day from Aurora, Colo. after spen- ing several days at the home of her mother. Drexel-the leading name in bed- room and dining room furniture. see it at Dnsek's in Rapid City. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hayward were in Rapid City Feb. 24 and 25 prevuing the 1953 line of Frig- idaire appliances. Before he left the old sod on his trip to America, Patrick O'- Reilley made a promise to the Widow Durme. ~I~ promised to look up her son, who lived in a little white house in Nebraska, and hadn't written his poor old mother in years. As soon as he arrived in Amer- ica, he set out for Nebraska. When he crossed the state line, he stopp- ed at the first service station he saW. "Do you know of a little white house around here?" he asked the attendant. "Sure (pointing to the rest room), it's right out in back." N. Ellis Mattox, M,D. Eye, Ear, Nose and Thr~t Office Houm 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 65:P/~ Main Street Deadwood, So. Dakota Sundance Times DEADIJNES The following deadline8 on news and advertising to be published in The Sundance Times must be observed by news contributors sad advertk- erL The deadlines were eNab- ikhed ~o that The Suadmee Times can be placed in the mails at the proper time. DISPLAY ADVERTISI~G;~ 10 am. Tuesday of week of Publication. CLASSIFIED ADVER- TISING:- 6 p.m. Tuesday of week of publication. CONTRIBUTED NEWS:-- 10 O'Reilley stalked up to the build- ing and pounded on the door. "Say in there, are you Dunne?" he shout- ed. "Sure am," came the reply. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance~ Wyo. March 5, 19,53 "Then whY the divil don't yott write your poor auld mither im Ireland?" Keep Your Baby Happy Make Us Your Shopping Center for BABY SUPPLIES We have all the items recommended' by your doctor to keep babies happy: "k Food "k Vitamins "k Vaporizers "k Bathing and Nursing Supplies Lee's Pharmacy . Fred Cundy--. Sundance, Wyo.,; H to Sundance Sunday after spending i~L arry Nixon and infant a ten-day vacation with her sister r Mary Luise were dis" in Alberquerque' N" M" HEREFORD SALE from St. Joseph's Hospi- ~ beadwood Saturday and re- J ...... : their home in Sundanee. , ,r. j. u. ,et~s Wednesd h ," Ted Rounds, Grace Marie J ...... ddie usteopam vnymeum , drove to Spearfish , " 11 ~S~a~ra~l~eoo~".- YOnr J S~MJsh, .. .. ay, Marc ~" with Drexel mahogany ~ 2:30 pm. . ~k's in Rapid City ........... .,s i~aa, M~. ~ill Durfee, Mr. ~- Authorized Florists ," ~on ROunds and Mr. and |TelerahDelive Sho LLS 24 FEMALES ~'to (L g p ry p t y Cart drove to Laramie 1 ...... ,,Tin),-. tc spend the week-Chef ' ~J[J[~J~]~-;J~J['J['~ 26 BU , th,,ro they attended the | FLOWER SHOP ~all games between Brigham | Floral Service ' Ultiversityy ~_and the Uni" t P| 4UIs - ~ Year 6SB6!nH~i~!~ars 01d r of W o -- , _lants and Flowers 1 B s Old 12 Co e~lr.sday till Saturday of [ Store--614 St. Joe ~ ~m.iting friends and rel-i [ Rapid City, S, D. " ~zllette. t ~..._.= "L'he Cundy Hereford herd ~s one of the best in Wyoming -- high in quality with s~e and smoothness and carries MODERN FOOD ' the top bloodlines of the Hereford breed. ( STORE ))BCR Battle Spar4 KC Color~do Aster 18 Teton OnwardI' , * Sturgis Livestock Exchange Inc. I SL/'S GROCERY ' "B'ack Hills Leading Mark, et" Sturgis, Dakota ~roeerle8, Meat% Fruits, Vegetables, Bakery Ooods ~OUl;11 Belle Vourehe, S.D. JIM MADDEN OWNERS HARLEY ROTH 'Personal Items and Mrs. O. C. Douglas in Upton a.m. Wednesday of week of l. Joha last Thursday. pubHca'Uon. Phone 44 Sundanee, Wyo, .~inney was a business cal- Mrs. Mary Anderson spent a I~ ueadwood Wednesday. few days last week visiting at the t~ (:~ and Mrs. C. D. Roberts drove l~be~Yenne Thursday where Mr. home of her daughter, Mrs. Fritz Chatfield, and family. ~,.~ attended a meeting of th W-o " Howard Harvey and Calvin ~'~aers.~^- y vain,,, g Highway_ Commis-. Hejde spen~ the week=end with ~e ~, they returned to their their respective families. ~l~g " ~undance stmaay eve- Mrs. Everett Shipek returned /