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Among Methodist Folks The Ruth and Naomi Circle meets for their annual election at the home of Mrs. Clare Tracy Ap- xil 21 at 2 p.m. The W. S. C. S. Wyoming State nnual meeting will be held in Cheyenne April 27-28-29. At least ,one car will be going from Sun- dance. Any of the ladies that would like to attend may contact the pastor's wife (Hartha Cool- idge), Mrs. Claire Tracy or Mrs. Binney about transportation. Time for the 4th quarterly con- ference is coming up May 15th. Officers and board members of the church let us all have our books ready and reports for the year complete by this date. Rev. Nowlen, district superintendent, will preach during the morning service and preside over the quar- : terly conference in the afternoon. The Jr. M. Y. F. choir will sing for Sunday school, April 24th. The Sr. M. Y. F. plan to go roller skating in Spearfish the afternoon of April 24. They will hold their regular meeting-from 5:15 to 6:00 p.m. Family night at the church Ap- ril 24. A good time for the whole family is being planned by the Mary Martha Circle. Games to play, interesting discussion, din- ner and movies will all be part of an evening jam-packed full of in- teresting things to do. Each fam- ily is asked to bring a hot dish or salad. Coffee and dessert will be furnished by the committee. The ball will start rolling at 6 p.m. So be on time Sunday evening, April 24. IDat to Remember Thursday, April 21: Ruth and Taomi Circle 2 p.m. at Claire Traey's. Sunday, April 24: Sunday school ):45 a.m. Family night 6:00 p.m. :Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Sen- ior roller skating 1:00 p.m. leave from Church. Sr. M. Y. F. regu- lar meeting 5:15 - 6:00 p.m. Monday, April 25: Jr. M. Y. F. 6:45 - 7:44. Choir 7:45-8:05 p.m. Church School planning committee :00 p.m. Tuesday, April 26: Choir rehear- $al 7:00 p.m. Intermediate M. Y. F. 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 27: Spiritual Life Hour 7:00 p.m. Thursday, April 28: Adult mem- bership training class 7 - 10 p.m. Personal Items Mrs. Mildred Cutshall of Denver was a weekend visitor at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Yeoman. Mrs. Osa Humphrey, who is re- covering satisfactorily from ink jm'ies suffered in an automobile accident, returned home Monday might from the Sheridan hospital. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Igwadlmce, Wyo. April Zl, 1955 Dr. C. H. Linandr DENTIST 741 Fifth 4V4 Simarfih, K P GM--mOIqIACrOII mm mma lqume m Fmnrthe, S. D. Kepp, Rapid City, S. D. A shop for women, post office block next to Red Owl grocery. Skirts to wear from now on in as many beautiful colors as there are in a flower garden. Handsome colors and either in light or dark back- grounds.__ A pretty shirt or blouse to go with every skirt to make a smart mix or match outfit. Year round suits, too, from $12.75 to $22.75 in a fine selection of ma- terials. Also new dresses just re- ceived in half sizes, or Missy dress- es for the tall figure. And if you wear a Missy dress in sizes 14 to 20, we have a new assortment and all in new summer materials. Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Liamos and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Boulden, all of Newcastle, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hay- ward. Miss Marinne Kostner of Schweinfurt, Germany arrived in Rapid City Saturday, where she was met by her sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Habeck. Miss Kostner has spent the past two weeks in Brooklyn, N. Y. vis- iting another sister, since her ar- rival by Clipper from Germany April 3. She plans on making her home here with the Habecks. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Duca and family and Mrs. Ben Sager were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kimmel. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Tracy return- ed Wednesday after spending sev- eral weeks vacationing at Phoenix. Mr. and Mrs. Don Steiger drove to Casper Saturday to attend an Episcopal Layman's Conference. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bryan of Day- ton visited friends and relatives i the Sundance area Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsey spent Sunday as the guests of Mrs. Bee Williams of Rapid City. Mrs. Carl Lathrop and children are spending this week in Casper visiting Mrs. Lathrop's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Galles. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Schloredt and children spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis of New- castle. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Carlson were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sharp Tuesday. The Carl- sons, parents of Mrs. Sharp, were' enroute to their home in Madison, South Dakota from a winter spent at Las Vegas. Mrs. Emma McKean and Mrs. Edna Graves were business callers in Sundance Monday. Aladdin Homemakers Club Holds Program at Meeting Eleven members of the Aladdin Homemakers Club attended the meeting of the club April 13 at the home of Claudice Pearson with Nellie Robbins as hostess. Also it 4 ,/ , T_t.N.Y_/R:COMPARI$O/V of'8/G "GAMt i  IcN$-'-''r'IiL-----3- ........... ' --- -" ]/ / / # // / / .  o .- .... .. ": The graph above shows the dramatic increase, not inly in the sale of big game licenses, but the increase in big game ani- mals harvested in Wyoming over t attending was home demonstration agent Bonnie Everling. During the session, the club dis- cussed and planned the exchange program with a homemaking club in Piepot, Canada. The making of glo-candles will be demonstrated by the club at the hobby show in Sundance April 30. Last Monday, a club committee met at the Nickelson home to dis- cuss the Mother's Tea which is to be held in Hulett May 14. Ruth Pickerd and Leona Geis were in charge of recreation at the meeting with lunch served by the hostess. The club will meet May 11 the home of Leona Geis with Ruth Pickerd as co-hostess. Farmers Wives Can Get Numbers In Certain Cases It was pointed out this week by Patrick Shafer, manager of the Casper Social Security district of- fice, that many wives of self-em- ployed farmers were applying for social security num- bers. Shafer said self-employed farm- ers and ranchers should apply for social security numbers but that wives should not apply for a num- ber unless: 1. They arc partners of a bona- fide legal farm partnership. 2. The wife both manages and controls a farm enterprise which TM 4th Annual the last ten years. The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission said that the figures seemed to indicate that a level. ing off in license sales and hunt- "S" CLUB DANCE Sundance American Legion Hall is owned jointly by her and her farmer husband. 3. The wife is the sole owner of the farm business. The Casper manager said that under, the Social Security Act self- employment income should be re- ported in the husband's name and er harvest had reached. However, the non-resident deer and hunting permits increase at a rapid rate. requirements is met, in the income would be der the wife's name and Sharer said that James bett would be in SundanCe day from 8:30 a.m. at tle Welfare office to answer tions about benefits und er APRIL 23, 1955 $5.00Door Prize. ' " AVm00I000 - Doors Open at 9 p.m. number unless one of the above cial Security Act. Iso-Vis Motor Oil 5 Gallons of IS0-VIS 01L plus A 5 Gallon Can ALL FOR TOP BARGAINS in Excellent Used Tires Sizes: 7:10 and 7:60 You'll find many miles of safe driving i these excellent used tires. Low priced, too. Come in and see them. You Expect More from Standard- and Get It ), Buck,SSLtalldilrd$tj00Jce ::, Arlis Blnney, Pro $ndn,-., I Among Methodist Folks The Ruth and Naomi Circle meets for their annual election at the home of Mrs. Clare Tracy Ap- xil 21 at 2 p.m. The W. S. C. S. Wyoming State nnual meeting will be held in Cheyenne April 27-28-29. At least ,one car will be going from Sun- dance. Any of the ladies that would like to attend may contact the pastor's wife (Hartha Cool- idge), Mrs. Claire Tracy or Mrs. Binney about transportation. Time for the 4th quarterly con- ference is coming up May 15th. Officers and board members of the church let us all have our books ready and reports for the year complete by this date. Rev. Nowlen, district superintendent, will preach during the morning service and preside over the quar- : terly conference in the afternoon. The Jr. M. Y. F. choir will sing for Sunday school, April 24th. The Sr. M. Y. F. plan to go roller skating in Spearfish the afternoon of April 24. They will hold their regular meeting-from 5:15 to 6:00 p.m. Family night at the church Ap- ril 24. A good time for the whole family is being planned by the Mary Martha Circle. Games to play, interesting discussion, din- ner and movies will all be part of an evening jam-packed full of in- teresting things to do. Each fam- ily is asked to bring a hot dish or salad. Coffee and dessert will be furnished by the committee. The ball will start rolling at 6 p.m. So be on time Sunday evening, April 24. IDat to Remember Thursday, April 21: Ruth and Taomi Circle 2 p.m. at Claire Traey's. Sunday, April 24: Sunday school ):45 a.m. Family night 6:00 p.m. :Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Sen- ior roller skating 1:00 p.m. leave from Church. Sr. M. Y. F. regu- lar meeting 5:15 - 6:00 p.m. Monday, April 25: Jr. M. Y. F. 6:45 - 7:44. Choir 7:45-8:05 p.m. Church School planning committee :00 p.m. Tuesday, April 26: Choir rehear- $al 7:00 p.m. Intermediate M. Y. F. 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 27: Spiritual Life Hour 7:00 p.m. Thursday, April 28: Adult mem- bership training class 7 - 10 p.m. Personal Items Mrs. Mildred Cutshall of Denver was a weekend visitor at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Yeoman. Mrs. Osa Humphrey, who is re- covering satisfactorily from ink jm'ies suffered in an automobile accident, returned home Monday might from the Sheridan hospital. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Igwadlmce, Wyo. April Zl, 1955 Dr. C. H. Linandr DENTIST 741 Fifth 4V4 Simarfih, K P GM--mOIqIACrOII mm mma lqume m Fmnrthe, S. D. Kepp, Rapid City, S. D. A shop for women, post office block next to Red Owl grocery. Skirts to wear from now on in as many beautiful colors as there are in a flower garden. Handsome colors and either in light or dark back- grounds.__ A pretty shirt or blouse to go with every skirt to make a smart mix or match outfit. Year round suits, too, from $12.75 to $22.75 in a fine selection of ma- terials. Also new dresses just re- ceived in half sizes, or Missy dress- es for the tall figure. And if you wear a Missy dress in sizes 14 to 20, we have a new assortment and all in new summer materials. Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Liamos and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Boulden, all of Newcastle, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hay- ward. Miss Marinne Kostner of Schweinfurt, Germany arrived in Rapid City Saturday, where she was met by her sister and brother- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Habeck. Miss Kostner has spent the past two weeks in Brooklyn, N. Y. vis- iting another sister, since her ar- rival by Clipper from Germany April 3. She plans on making her home here with the Habecks. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Duca and family and Mrs. Ben Sager were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kimmel. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Tracy return- ed Wednesday after spending sev- eral weeks vacationing at Phoenix. Mr. and Mrs. Don Steiger drove to Casper Saturday to attend an Episcopal Layman's Conference. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bryan of Day- ton visited friends and relatives i the Sundance area Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsey spent Sunday as the guests of Mrs. Bee Williams of Rapid City. Mrs. Carl Lathrop and children are spending this week in Casper visiting Mrs. Lathrop's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Galles. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Schloredt and children spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis of New- castle. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Carlson were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sharp Tuesday. The Carl- sons, parents of Mrs. Sharp, were' enroute to their home in Madison, South Dakota from a winter spent at Las Vegas. Mrs. Emma McKean and Mrs. Edna Graves were business callers in Sundance Monday. Aladdin Homemakers Club Holds Program at Meeting Eleven members of the Aladdin Homemakers Club attended the meeting of the club April 13 at the home of Claudice Pearson with Nellie Robbins as hostess. Also it 4 ,/ , T_t.N.Y_/R:COMPARI$O/V of'8/G "GAMt i  IcN$-'-''r'IiL-----3- ........... ' --- -" ]/ / / # // / / .  o .- .... .. ": The graph above shows the dramatic increase, not inly in the sale of big game licenses, but the increase in big game ani- mals harvested in Wyoming over t attending was home demonstration agent Bonnie Everling. During the session, the club dis- cussed and planned the exchange program with a homemaking club in Piepot, Canada. The making of glo-candles will be demonstrated by the club at the hobby show in Sundance April 30. Last Monday, a club committee met at the Nickelson home to dis- cuss the Mother's Tea which is to be held in Hulett May 14. Ruth Pickerd and Leona Geis were in charge of recreation at the meeting with lunch served by the hostess. The club will meet May 11 the home of Leona Geis with Ruth Pickerd as co-hostess. Farmers Wives Can Get Numbers In Certain Cases It was pointed out this week by Patrick Shafer, manager of the Casper Social Security district of- fice, that many wives of self-em- ployed farmers were applying for social security num- bers. Shafer said self-employed farm- ers and ranchers should apply for social security numbers but that wives should not apply for a num- ber unless: 1. They arc partners of a bona- fide legal farm partnership. 2. The wife both manages and controls a farm enterprise which TM 4th Annual the last ten years. The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission said that the figures seemed to indicate that a level. ing off in license sales and hunt- "S" CLUB DANCE Sundance American Legion Hall is owned jointly by her and her farmer husband. 3. The wife is the sole owner of the farm business. The Casper manager said that under, the Social Security Act self- employment income should be re- ported in the husband's name and er harvest had reached. However, the non-resident deer and hunting permits increase at a rapid rate. requirements is met, in the income would be der the wife's name and Sharer said that James bett would be in SundanCe day from 8:30 a.m. at tle Welfare office to answer tions about benefits und er APRIL 23, 1955 $5.00Door Prize. ' " AVm00I000 - Doors Open at 9 p.m. number unless one of the above cial Security Act. Iso-Vis Motor Oil 5 Gallons of IS0-VIS 01L plus A 5 Gallon Can ALL FOR TOP BARGAINS in Excellent Used Tires Sizes: 7:10 and 7:60 You'll find many miles of safe driving i these excellent used tires. Low priced, too. Come in and see them. You Expect More from Standard- and Get It ), Buck,SSLtalldilrd$tj00Jce ::, Arlis Blnney, Pro $ndn,-., I