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~L By HELEN SMITH You have news for this column please telephone on Mondays between 10:00 a.m and 12 Noon. Weaver Celebrates Birthday Monday Weaver, son of Mr. and Tead Weaver, celebrated his birthday at a party given by his mother Monday After the gifts were traditional birthday re- were served. guests were Mrs. Wayne Danny Wayne and Patty, Lee Sehloredt and Judy, Mrs. Young and Davy, Mrs. Carr and Connie, Mrs. Don Donna and Timmy, Mrs. and John and Lyn- Several of the moth- assisted Mrs. Weaver during afternoon. Anderson Honored Party Friday friends honored Mrs. r Anderson at a birthday party home l~t Friday afternoon. gifts were presehted to Anderson and refreshments served during the afternoon. present were Mrs. Georgia Mrs Ray Good, Mrs. Ralph Mrs. Andy Polieky and Mrs. Bob Sherrard and Bil- Rose Farrell, Mrs. Fritz and Cheryl, Mrs. Harold Mrs. L. O. Traey and Mrs. Binney. John Binney Entertains Club Wednesday Afternoon John ,Binney was hostess members of the Sundance Club at her home last afternoon. present were Mrs. Nettle Mrs. Leslie Hooper, Mrs. Ferdinand, Mrs. Vernie Ray Good, Mrs. Georg- Mrs. Lena Simmons and Glen Roberts. were, served by late in the afternoon. next meeting will be at the of Mrs. Vernie Taylor on March llth. Mrs. Baldwin and Mrs. Williams Co-Hostesses at Bridge Party Mrs. Bob Baldwin and Mrs. Maurice Williams were co-hostess- es at a bridge party given at the home of Mrs. Williams last Wed- nesday night. Those present were Mrs. Everett Fowler, Mrs. Bill Durfee, Mrs. L. M. Lorenzen, Mrs. Helen Smith, Mrs. John Lindsey, Mrs. M. O. Trego, Mrs. C. D. Roberts, Mrs. Mamie McAnally, Mrs. John Bin- hey, Mrs. Paul Sharp, Mrs. Frank Shewey, Mrs. Jay Durfee, Mrs. Ken- neth Bennick, Mrs. A. B. Duffee and the hostesses. Refreshments were ~erved, and at the conclusion of the bridge games prizes were awarded to Mrs. John Binney and Mrs. Paul Sharp for high scores, to Mrs. Everett Fowler and Mrs. Frank Sbewey for second high scores and to Mrs. L. M. Lorenzen and Mrs. Maurice Williams for low scores. Kokesh' Entertain At Dinner Party Frid-dy Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kokesh entertained several friends at din- ner at their home last Friday eve- ning. Covers were laRi for Mr. and Mrs. Ted Versluys, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tracy and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Dick. Birthday Party Given For Karen Graham Wednesday Janice Graham gave a birthday party for her sister Karen, Wed- nesday afternoon at the Graham home. Karen was celebrating her eighth birthday. After appropriate games were played, refreshments were served. Guests present included Peggy Tschetter, Sandra Williams, Sandy Versluys, Susan Katches, Jeanne SuttorL, Marilyn Cundy, Cheryl Dick and Ticky Frank. Dr. and Mrs, Bob Baldwin were dinner guests at the Bob Pearson home Friday evening. Four Corners Art Taylor was transacting busi- ness in Newcastle Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward PzinskJ and Beverly Kay were business callers in Newcastle Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pzinski and sons were callers in Newcastle Wednesday. While there Walter was under medical care. children were Sunday dinner guests at the home *of Dr. and Mrs. R. I. Port. Mrs. Marie Andersen spent a couple of days at the Fritz Cha~- field home during the week. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. McAnally and Mrs. Ed Sanford were Friday supper guests st the Sam Rice home. The evening was spent in~ playing Canasta. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pzinski Mrs. Paul Cummings and family were business callers in Sundance spent the weekend at the ranch Wednesday ~ ~. for the first time in several weeks. Mrs. Fred Perino was a social Harold Schelldorf attended the caller of Mrs Edward PzinskilHerefrd sale in Sturgis Wednes- and Beverly Friday [day. Art Schelldorf and Tom Jel- Mr. and Mrs. Bill "Jackson and[bert were Friday dinner guests at daughter were shopping in New-Ithe Harold Schelldorf home. castle Saturday. Carol Hindman was a Monday Mr. and Mrs. John Perino were business callers in Newcastle Sat- urday. ~ Edward Pzinski was a social caller of Mr. and Mrs. Jay May- berry FrMay afternoon. HOUSTON CREEK Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chatfield returned home Tuesday after hav- ing spent several weeks at the Tom Wolfskill home fn Barlow canyon assisting in the care of an aged uncle, George Hanson, whose death occurred during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Chatfield and Mr. and Mrs. Wolfskill left the latter part of the week for a visit with relatives and friends at Buffalo. Ray Osgard was a Saturday call- er at the Cbas. Carson home. Mrs. Bill Bushnell received a telegram from her son, Ray Potter, that he had landed in Tacoma, Washington from Korea, and that he expects to be discharged from the Army very soon. Mrs. Reuben Hindman spent several days during the week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Reinhold in Spearfish assisting in the care of her mother, Mrs. Julia Reinhold. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bushnell, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Osgard and Susan were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Eugene Hindman and mother. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Chaffield are enjoying their newly remodeled kitchen which has been in process for the past several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rice attended the sale at Sturgis Wednesday where he bought a registered Here- ford bull. He returned the next day and trucked him home. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Chatfield and overnight guest of Janice Jensen. Bud Harper flew over from Nis- land and visited at the Ray Os- gard home Wednesday. Miller Creek P,. B. McKennan is ill with a second siege of flue. We wish him a very speedy recovery. Dick Mader was here from Gill. ette last Monday and a caller at Bill Habeck's. Paul Myers, Hally, Henry and Will Oudin attended the Caffrey sale near Spearfish Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hedger and sons were Sundance visitors ~onday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Oudin, Hally Oudin and Paul Myers were busi- ness visitors of Belle Fourche Thursday. Mrs. Ella White, Herman and Ernest and Mrs. Mary Lobe were in Deadwood and Spearfish. While at Deadwood, they called on Herb Minnich. Mr. and Mrs Maurice Moore were afternoon visitors and din- ner guests of the Billy Habecks Thursday. Warren Hedger, Art Montgom- ery, Herman White, Irvin Hapton- stall and Rodney Lebo attended the I. O. O. F. meeting at Hulett Wednesday night. Guy Olson and Paul Myers were Thursday evening visitors at Hal- ly Oudin's. Mrs. Norman Miles kept a den- tal appointment at Spearfish last Thursday. Mrs. Billy Habeck and David, Mrs. Hally Oudin and girls were Sundance shoppers Friday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Chesney Rathbun were business ~visitors of Sundanee $30 For Your Old Kitchen Set DELUXE CHROME DINETTE SET Regularly $139.95 ' I I I III I ilRRSHtlLL-WELLS STORES Paul S. Sharp Owner Telephone 101 Sundance, W~o. _ i 6 i i i TRADE-IN SPECIAL $109.95 And Your Old Set i Hi H i i i i , iiill THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. March 5, 1953 Friday afternoon. Jennie Lea re- turnect with them to spend the weekend at home. Billy Steele of the Navy, is vis- iting relatives and friends here. Henry Oudin was a Saturday visitor at the home of his parents. Miss Marie Oudin, who has been attending school in Omaha, Nebr. returned to Sundance last week and is now employed in the Cotmty Agent's office. For Those Tender Smoked Hams and Bacon Bring your Hogs (m BRODSKY P.acl g Co. F~r Processlm~ Spearfhm, S. D. m_ i it Zyes ~mmined---G~ Fitted DR. T, H. FROCTOR 0PTOKETRIgr Phone No. 300 I "Deadwood Over Montgomery Ward Btore DR. KEITH LOGAN CHIROPRACTOR Belles Building Phone 555 Belle Fourche, S. D. omeln! SEE IT Food Freezer and Refrigerator combinedl Cycla- matic Defrosting in Refrigeratorl Roll-to-You Shelves Now Cycla.matic Levelcoldl See the new Cycla-matic Frigid- abe howl Also see the new Do Luxe, Master and Standa~ models-priced from $188,75 Sundance I:lecffic #e Sundanee, Wyo.