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ion of ,Girl Scout roop Discussed Scout officials from district met here with local Girl Scout council members to reorganization of the Scout troop. attending were Miss Caesar of Sheridan, dis- and Mrs. Leon Mar- district chairman. With Miss Bonnie Ev- Mrs. Alan Roberts, and Mrs. Maurice Sutton and members of council. ai Items D. Roberts and Mrs. played golf in Sunday. announcement of new Patterns anti colors at Furniture in Lorna and Lynn ~?ointments in Spear- li~. Bill Walters attend- at the E. B. Chatfield V held in celebration ay of Billy Grubb, son [ Grubb of Rapid City. present were Mr. and Chat~ield and family, Charles Chatfield and Francis Grubb. left Saturday for where he was called Of his grandfather. and baby stayed with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hanna Pumping Sta- husband's absence. returned to their home Jones and Lou and and Maurine were Thursday business callers in Spear. fish. For Alfalfa Weevil . order your Heptachlor: and Dieldrin now from Sundance "pharmacy. Mrs. Rose FarreI1 and son, Mick- ey Farrell accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hejde and Kathleen to Belle Fourche Saturday where they ,attended the wedding of Hejdes niece, Jayne Hejde. Mrs. Sid Harvey, Mrs. Lloyd Cole and Susie called in Belle Fourche Wednesday where they had dental appointments. Charles Plato, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Plato arrived from Den- ver Saturday to spend the Easter holiday with his parents. He will return to Denver Sunday where he! is attending school. Mr. and Mrs. Cal Werre, who live on the former Ray Wood ranch, were Thursday callers at the Ray Wood home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hart of Osage called briefly at the home of Mrs. Ethel Hart Saturday w]1~e : on their way home from Rapid City. Mr. and Mrs. Deane Bryan re- turned Saturday from California where they had spent the past three months visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cole attend.' ed a Shrine play held in the Shrine Mosque in Sheridan Saturday eve. ning. Their daughter, Susie, stay- ed with her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Harvey while the Coles were gone. Elizabeth Waters was a business caller in Spearfish Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J: P. Wood visited briefly at the Ray Wood home Saturday evening before attending the dance at Kickbush. Mrs. Ethel Hart accompanied Mrs. Edith Thompson on a drive to Mrs. Thompson's ranch Sunday afternoon. For Alfalfa Weevil - order your Heptachlor and Dieldrin now from Sundance Pharmacy. S Frank Smith and Ulric Hawken homes Saturday to Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Kipp and girls were Sunday dinner guests at the George Watts home in Hu- lett and visited the Gary Bush family on the Charles Moore ranch near Seely in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mayer, Sanda, Cheryl and Joan Banks were Thursday business callers in Rapid City. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Humphrey and family were Wednesday din- ner guests at the Rex Dillon home. Mrs. Claude Storm and boys of Hulett visited at the Wilford Col- lins home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Good shopped in Deadwood and Lead Saturday. Mrs. Mamie McAnally returned from Casper Saturday where she had attended a Welfare meeting. Mrs. Bud Cure was a Saturday shopper in Spearfish. Karol Ann Hooper was a guest of Karen Regge on her parent's farm Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lor~ine Barnes ~l family of Chadron, Nebr. were business callers in Sundance over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hooper and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Everett Humphrey home. Mrs. A. K. Hutehins held a din- ner in her home Sunday in cele- Mrs. Jim Bare was in charge of the program. District Institute of the Reor- ganized church of the Latter Day Saints was held at Osage Saturday and Sunday. Those attending from this area were: Mr. and Mrs. Au- bery Long, Lorrie Lucy and David, Mrs. Annabelle Stephens, Mrs. John Mahoney, Margie Gray, Mer- lin O'Haver and daughter Dorothy. Mr. and Mrs. Altnbrose Lappe ~and family were visiting at the Charles Clark home Saturday af- ternoon and evening visitors at the Ralph Apland home in Spearfish. Mrs. Irma Tate of Ashland, Mont. is a guest at the home of her sister, Mrs. Tom Hotchkiss, ! Mr. and Mrs. Bob Skanadore and son of Newcastle were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Storm. Visiting at the Ambrose Lappe home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ross Butts and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Bartlett of Sundance. Mr. ,and Mrs. Ted Ohnsted ar- rived Saturday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs, Jess Storm and Mrs. Olmsted's mother, Mrs. Rosa Wright. They will also visit Mr. and. Mrs. Roy Wright and son at Seely. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Fred Good return- ed to Sundance Saturday from Orange, Calif. where they had spent the past eight weeks vaca- tioning. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Dick and family visited and shopped in Rapid City Saturday. Lathrop is Head Of Esther Morris Drive in County A state-wide campaign to raise $35,000 to pay the costs of creating and placing a statue of Mrs. Esther Morris in Statuary Hall in the national capitol will be conducted during March and April. Carl Lathrop, Sundance attorney, is chairman of the drive in Crook county. Lathrop said persons wishing further information on Mrs. Mor- ris or who wished to make contri- butions to the project could con- tact him. Mrs. Morris, the woman being honored, is recognized as "The Mother of Equal Rights." She persuaded a representative from South Pass City to introduce a bill which was passed by the Wyoming Territorial Legislature in 1860 giv- ing all women in the territory the right to vote. Mrs. Morris was selected for the honor on the basis of a poll conducted in 1954 by the Wyoming State Historical Society and Wyo- ming newspapers. The 1955 legislature authorized bration of her daughter-in-law, Mr. and,'Mrs" Bill Glasby ~d a commission to secure funds for Mrs. Dean Hutchins' birthday, boys visited in Edgemont, S. D. the creation of a statue. Dr. Avard p Sunday with Mr. Glashy's sister Fairbanks of Salt Lake City has |and daughter, Miss Alberta Glashy been commissioned to design the Hulett Beth Glasby. statue. (March 29) t Mrs. Art Morgan and daughter" Lynn drove to Rapid City over the past weekend to visit at the George Flavin home. Mr. Harlo Oliver, father of Mrs. Morgan and Mrs. Y Flavin has been ill with the flu and is not making a satisfactory recovery. He is being cared for by Mrs. Flavin. Mr. Ongvald Christensen was dis- missed from the hospital in Rapid City the first of the week and was able to return home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Forbes drove to Rapid City after him and later took him to Upton where Mr. Forbes is working. Mr. and Mrs. George Watts, Jr. are the parents of a son born March 19 at the hospital in Belle NOW at Tire Fourche. He has been named Extra Service 6:00x16 James David. The Northeastern Chapter of DeMolay held a meeting in Hulett March 19 for the initiation of five with recappable tire candidates, Jack and Donald Hay- worth, Donald Anderson, Jerry . . . Waugh and Tom Owens. Lunch was served following the meeting y 5 T by the DeMolay mothers. 15 afet c An interesting meeting was held at the high school Tuesday evening $18 95 when wills and testaments were ..... discussed by Willet Keyser, Scotty Gladstone and Miss Bonnie Ever- with recappable tire ling, all of Sundance. ' m ,,,,m, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jolly have 'NEW GRIP-BLOCK TREAD moved from Seely to the 'apart- DEFIES SKIDS men~ of Mrs. Effie Jolly. Charles Greer of Springfield, Mo. visited the first of the week at the Richard Barbour and Henry Neiman homes. Mr, and Mrs. Tom Durham visit- ed friends in Whitewood, S. D. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barbour and girls made a business trip to Gillette Saturday. NeweU Garman and son, John, Virgil Tremble, Barbara and Tim went to Casper Saturday. Mr. Gar- man planned to go to Washington and the Trombles visRed relatives over the weekend. Skit night was presented at the high school Wednesday evening by the young people of the Latter Day Saints church. Due to various other~ activities the same night the crowd was small but thoroughly enjoyed the program of music, skits and twirling. Saint Patrick decorations were used at the Mother-Daughter ban- quet at the high school Tuesday evening. Places were set for fifty at the two long tables and supper was served buffet style. Miss Lydia with reeappable tire 3t" Six Months to pay. No carrying charge when purchased on Conoco credit card or Conoco check book. 6th & Cleveland Ann Bucher gave the toast to the~ mothers and Mrs. Malcolm Bucher, president of the Women's Club gave the response. A short pro- Sundanee, Wyo.