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Announced rill be a regular meeting No. 26, Order of Job's April 26 at the 1Qdge Upton. The meeting is 7:30 o'clock. Members are urged to be :Mrs. Alfred Mauch and Mrs. Elfriede Mrs. Fred Good, Mrs. Mrs. Gaylen Floyd Hawken of Legion Auxiliary met at Ray's Cafe for Parley. were served fol- discussion. Club Thompson was host- home last Wednesday semi-monthly meet- Sunance Bridge Club. of bridge were in o'clock with prizes at of play going to for high score, O. Trego for second to Miss Thompson for will be hostess to at her home in two Storm Weds Man A. Storm, daughter Mrs. Lyle Storm of the bride of An- of Newcastle at a Performed at Belle 11. ride chose an afternoon aua linen in tailored full skirt for her wed- Her accessories and her corsage was Storm, sister of the only attetndant. She silk with blue ae- and a  corsage of sweet Long of Devils Tower best man for the bride- is a senior in high husband served two United States Army and was a corporal on He is now employed and Vrathers Oil from a wedding trip Black Hills, the cou- in Newcastle until the school year. They locate at Moab, Utah. I00UY KV Dr. and Mrs. $. T. McGuekin Announce Birth of 3rd Child Dr. and Mrs. J. T. MeGuckin of Albuquerque, N. M. announce the birth of a daughter, horn March 7. The baby, named Marcie Elaine, is the McGuckin's third child and sec- ond daughter. Sorority Has Meeting And Square Dancing Party Monday At Durfees Mr. and Mrs. Jay Durfee were hosts at a square dancing party at their home Monday evening for the members of Beta Sigma Phi sorority and their husbands. At a business meeting of the sorority held prior to the social evening, plans were completed for Aladdin Chester Hejde and Jim Larsen were at the Bud Voss home on Tuesday. Bob Vore, Myron Goodson, Jim Larson, Ted Butterfield, Pete Har- per, and Bill Vaught attended the Soil Conservation meeting Tuesday night at the Charles and Frank Pearson home. Neighbors and relatives gathered at the Ralph Nickelson home on Friday evening for a stork shower for Donabel Ross. Larry Ross showed their, home movies after which the guests presented them with films to be used for the new baby. Lunch was served. a Founders Day formal banquet, to Mr. and Mrs. Clare Fruit spent be held at the Episcopal parish Monday evening at the Ben Miller hall, April 24. The Upton and nome. . ..... Newcastle chapters of the sorority . eroza t-iatmer came out to will be the 'guests of the Sundance wnalens on 'rlaay. Mrs. riaroy chapters at a Gay Nineties costume came out on Saturday. Mr. and party on that date. During the Mrs. John W halen and family meeting the group also voted to took tnem sack co elm rourene give $5.00 toward the Red Cross Sunday. drive for funds. Two movies pro- Henry Pickerd graded the road I to Dungeys on Tuesday. vided by the Cancer Committee were also shown. Present for the dancing and mid- night lunch, which concluded the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Don Rounds, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rounds, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stech, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Goodson, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Rey- nolds, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schell- dorf, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schell- dorf, Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsey, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cronn, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Edwards, Miss Bonnie Everling, Dick Durfee and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Durfee. Surprise Party Sunday Honors Mrs. Ted Buterfield on Birthday Mrs. Ted Butterfield was honor- ed Sunday at a surprise birthday party held at her ranch home. Guests at the party spent the day visiting. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Millard Waggoner, Mrs. John Moeller, Mr. and Mrs. John Hel- met, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ripley, all of Belle Fourche, Mr. and Mrs. A1 Nelson; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sager, Bryce and Judy of Aladdin, Ted Butterfield, Donna and Dorothy, Glen Cameron and the honored guest. Mrs. and Mrs. Henry CunJy, Mr. and Mrs. George Burgess, of Otheo, Colorado, Mrs. Irwin Roadifer and Bobby and Leslie Cundyattended a birthday dinner for Walter Cun- dy at the Cundy residence in New- castle Sunday. House guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sharp over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carlson and family of Mineapolis. The Carlsons were enroute home from a month's vacation on the west coast. The Aladdin Homemakers held its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Frankie Pearson in Belle Fourcbe on Wednesday. Mrs. Bert Robbins was hostess. Jennie Rathbun attended lodge in Sundance on Thursday evening. Kay Dungey and Leo Crago had a board meeting with Mrs. Velma Newland in Belie Fourche Tuesday night. The Weaveretts 4-H dance was a i great success. Thanks to everyone who helped make it successful. Mr. and Mrs. Verle Wagner went to Rapid City on Thursday. Mrs. Ben Miller took care of the store. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Nickelson and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pickerd and family attended the 4-H dance at FarraI1 Saturday night, also Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Janes and Juanita. The mothers and children of the Aladdin school had a birthday par- ty for the teacher Mrs. Mae Har- vey on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Whalen and i family were supper guests at the :Jessie Janes home Wednesday eve- ning. Cheryl Gels spent Wednesday night with Sherry Dungey. Art Pattinson was at the Bud Voss home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Verle Wagner spent Wednesday evening at Ben Millers. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Voss and sons attended the show in Belle Fourche Friday night. Sharon Voss went to the shower at Niekelsons. Mrs. Mae Harvey went to Belle Fourche on Saturday with Jessie Janes' and had the rest of her teeth pulled. Bud Voss was at Pearsons on Fri- day and Saturday getting the sprayer ready to spray alfalfa. Mrs. Ben Miller went to the BE SURE OF THE TOPS /iiiii! ii!ii/iiiii!i!ii:!iiiiiiii! ! Select your next halls from a herd where both heifers and steers have consistently topped at many of the nation's greatest shows and es- pecially on tl/e open markets of Chi- cago, Kansas City and Omaha for their satisfied owners. /' We use bulls of our own rais- ing on our commercial cows. of the seven "til, ends" from the Huff- 'of KV calves fed 'by Miss Mildred of Schaller, Iowa. She fed them ex- days, daily average gin 2.12 lbs. eft. 13, 1954, Chicago open market, t. 1103 Ibs., topping the market for davy-- t 28c with a run of 23,000 hal 1  i,n the yards. KV RANCH George D. Cart, Owner Carlile, Wyoming Mother-Daughter night for Jobs Daughters on Thursday night. Mrs. Frankie Pearson went with her as Donna Rue Moore's mother. Mrs. Ted Sager went to Lodge Thursday night in Spearfish. Phyl- lis was on the program with a bari- tone solo. Mrs. Steve Gels drove Steve Gels Sr. to Douglas on Sunday to attend the funeral of his sister Celia Brunger who passed away Tuesday at Neosha, Missouri. Eighteen friends and neighbors of Mrs. Ted Butterfield surprised her on Sunday with a pot luck din- ner for her birthday. Steve Gels Sr. visited in Belle Fourehe from Tuesday until Satur- day. Mrs. Ted Sager and daughter Phyllis spent Saturday in Dead- wood. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sager were in Belle Fourche Tuesday evening. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundanee, Wyo. April 21, 1955 Ted went o Lodge. Mrs. Sager went to the show with Mrs, Kent Robinson. Beagle Hospital Report Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Cunning. ham of Newcastle are the parents of a girl, born April 15. Pamela Ree is the name chosen by the parents for their new daughter. Onion Skin at The Times. Eyes Examined---Glasses Fitted int. T. H. I'ROCTOR OPTOMETRIST Phone No. 300 J Deadwood Over Montgomery Ward Store WE SERVICE COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL AND RESIDENTIAL JOBS We can handle all your electrical problems, Call anytime  we give prompt service! !;UNDANCE ELECTRIC Phone 50R2 Sundanee, Wyo. i i SEW AND SAVE Wife SMART NEW For Full Skirts -Skirt Length -60 Inches Wide -Blends of Nylon, Orlon, Dacron, Acrilon and'Viscose -Crease Resistant SEW TONIGHT - , --Wear Tomorrow DurFee's "Everything to Wear" Sundanee Announced rill be a regular meeting No. 26, Order of Job's April 26 at the 1Qdge Upton. The meeting is 7:30 o'clock. Members are urged to be :Mrs. Alfred Mauch and Mrs. Elfriede Mrs. Fred Good, Mrs. Mrs. Gaylen Floyd Hawken of Legion Auxiliary met at Ray's Cafe for Parley. were served fol- discussion. Club Thompson was host- home last Wednesday semi-monthly meet- Sunance Bridge Club. of bridge were in o'clock with prizes at of play going to for high score, O. Trego for second to Miss Thompson for will be hostess to at her home in two Storm Weds Man A. Storm, daughter Mrs. Lyle Storm of the bride of An- of Newcastle at a Performed at Belle 11. ride chose an afternoon aua linen in tailored full skirt for her wed- Her accessories and her corsage was Storm, sister of the only attetndant. She silk with blue ae- and a  corsage of sweet Long of Devils Tower best man for the bride- is a senior in high husband served two United States Army and was a corporal on He is now employed and Vrathers Oil from a wedding trip Black Hills, the cou- in Newcastle until the school year. They locate at Moab, Utah. I00UY KV Dr. and Mrs. $. T. McGuekin Announce Birth of 3rd Child Dr. and Mrs. J. T. MeGuckin of Albuquerque, N. M. announce the birth of a daughter, horn March 7. The baby, named Marcie Elaine, is the McGuckin's third child and sec- ond daughter. Sorority Has Meeting And Square Dancing Party Monday At Durfees Mr. and Mrs. Jay Durfee were hosts at a square dancing party at their home Monday evening for the members of Beta Sigma Phi sorority and their husbands. At a business meeting of the sorority held prior to the social evening, plans were completed for Aladdin Chester Hejde and Jim Larsen were at the Bud Voss home on Tuesday. Bob Vore, Myron Goodson, Jim Larson, Ted Butterfield, Pete Har- per, and Bill Vaught attended the Soil Conservation meeting Tuesday night at the Charles and Frank Pearson home. Neighbors and relatives gathered at the Ralph Nickelson home on Friday evening for a stork shower for Donabel Ross. Larry Ross showed their, home movies after which the guests presented them with films to be used for the new baby. Lunch was served. a Founders Day formal banquet, to Mr. and Mrs. Clare Fruit spent be held at the Episcopal parish Monday evening at the Ben Miller hall, April 24. The Upton and nome. . ..... Newcastle chapters of the sorority . eroza t-iatmer came out to will be the 'guests of the Sundance wnalens on 'rlaay. Mrs. riaroy chapters at a Gay Nineties costume came out on Saturday. Mr. and party on that date. During the Mrs. John W halen and family meeting the group also voted to took tnem sack co elm rourene give $5.00 toward the Red Cross Sunday. drive for funds. Two movies pro- Henry Pickerd graded the road I to Dungeys on Tuesday. vided by the Cancer Committee were also shown. Present for the dancing and mid- night lunch, which concluded the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Don Rounds, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rounds, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stech, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Goodson, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Rey- nolds, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schell- dorf, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schell- dorf, Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsey, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cronn, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Edwards, Miss Bonnie Everling, Dick Durfee and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Durfee. Surprise Party Sunday Honors Mrs. Ted Buterfield on Birthday Mrs. Ted Butterfield was honor- ed Sunday at a surprise birthday party held at her ranch home. Guests at the party spent the day visiting. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Millard Waggoner, Mrs. John Moeller, Mr. and Mrs. John Hel- met, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ripley, all of Belle Fourche, Mr. and Mrs. A1 Nelson; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sager, Bryce and Judy of Aladdin, Ted Butterfield, Donna and Dorothy, Glen Cameron and the honored guest. Mrs. and Mrs. Henry CunJy, Mr. and Mrs. George Burgess, of Otheo, Colorado, Mrs. Irwin Roadifer and Bobby and Leslie Cundyattended a birthday dinner for Walter Cun- dy at the Cundy residence in New- castle Sunday. House guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sharp over the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Carlson and family of Mineapolis. The Carlsons were enroute home from a month's vacation on the west coast. The Aladdin Homemakers held its regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Frankie Pearson in Belle Fourcbe on Wednesday. Mrs. Bert Robbins was hostess. Jennie Rathbun attended lodge in Sundance on Thursday evening. Kay Dungey and Leo Crago had a board meeting with Mrs. Velma Newland in Belie Fourche Tuesday night. The Weaveretts 4-H dance was a i great success. Thanks to everyone who helped make it successful. Mr. and Mrs. Verle Wagner went to Rapid City on Thursday. Mrs. Ben Miller took care of the store. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Nickelson and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pickerd and family attended the 4-H dance at FarraI1 Saturday night, also Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Janes and Juanita. The mothers and children of the Aladdin school had a birthday par- ty for the teacher Mrs. Mae Har- vey on Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Whalen and i family were supper guests at the :Jessie Janes home Wednesday eve- ning. Cheryl Gels spent Wednesday night with Sherry Dungey. Art Pattinson was at the Bud Voss home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Verle Wagner spent Wednesday evening at Ben Millers. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Voss and sons attended the show in Belle Fourche Friday night. Sharon Voss went to the shower at Niekelsons. Mrs. Mae Harvey went to Belle Fourche on Saturday with Jessie Janes' and had the rest of her teeth pulled. Bud Voss was at Pearsons on Fri- day and Saturday getting the sprayer ready to spray alfalfa. Mrs. Ben Miller went to the BE SURE OF THE TOPS /iiiii! ii!ii/iiiii!i!ii:!iiiiiiii! ! Select your next halls from a herd where both heifers and steers have consistently topped at many of the nation's greatest shows and es- pecially on tl/e open markets of Chi- cago, Kansas City and Omaha for their satisfied owners. /' We use bulls of our own rais- ing on our commercial cows. of the seven "til, ends" from the Huff- 'of KV calves fed 'by Miss Mildred of Schaller, Iowa. She fed them ex- days, daily average gin 2.12 lbs. eft. 13, 1954, Chicago open market, t. 1103 Ibs., topping the market for davy-- t 28c with a run of 23,000 hal 1  i,n the yards. KV RANCH George D. Cart, Owner Carlile, Wyoming Mother-Daughter night for Jobs Daughters on Thursday night. Mrs. Frankie Pearson went with her as Donna Rue Moore's mother. Mrs. Ted Sager went to Lodge Thursday night in Spearfish. Phyl- lis was on the program with a bari- tone solo. Mrs. Steve Gels drove Steve Gels Sr. to Douglas on Sunday to attend the funeral of his sister Celia Brunger who passed away Tuesday at Neosha, Missouri. Eighteen friends and neighbors of Mrs. Ted Butterfield surprised her on Sunday with a pot luck din- ner for her birthday. Steve Gels Sr. visited in Belle Fourehe from Tuesday until Satur- day. Mrs. Ted Sager and daughter Phyllis spent Saturday in Dead- wood. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Sager were in Belle Fourche Tuesday evening. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundanee, Wyo. April 21, 1955 Ted went o Lodge. Mrs. Sager went to the show with Mrs, Kent Robinson. Beagle Hospital Report Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Cunning. ham of Newcastle are the parents of a girl, born April 15. Pamela Ree is the name chosen by the parents for their new daughter. Onion Skin at The Times. Eyes Examined---Glasses Fitted int. T. H. I'ROCTOR OPTOMETRIST Phone No. 300 J Deadwood Over Montgomery Ward Store WE SERVICE COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL AND RESIDENTIAL JOBS We can handle all your electrical problems, Call anytime  we give prompt service! !;UNDANCE ELECTRIC Phone 50R2 Sundanee, Wyo. i i SEW AND SAVE Wife SMART NEW For Full Skirts -Skirt Length -60 Inches Wide -Blends of Nylon, Orlon, Dacron, Acrilon and'Viscose -Crease Resistant SEW TONIGHT - , --Wear Tomorrow DurFee's "Everything to Wear" Sundanee