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'and aut0mobiles' bloom and this season will and cars on the Result: greater care to protect says Carol Lane, authority and wo- director for Shell Oil her plea for safety, on the season's Cyclists and motorists. now some 23 million in this country. The of America ex- sales in 1956 to go making this year ever for bicycling. will share the road number of cars. 3 million more motor road this year than an all-time high of 61 to realize that single killer in this aged 1 to 14 accidents," Miss are supposed to same rules as those for motorists. "But children. It is up to to stay alert and she says. to make bicycle is Working condition youngsters the riding. Church the Church of the Will hold its tra- Day service It Which we ask God's On the newly and for the season the Jr. choir practice with a p~ty afterwards. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Harper and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harper, They visited the Pete Harpers in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Bousa and family took a week's vacation. They spent several days with Charley's parents, l~. and Mrs. Antone Bousa, at Gregory, S~ D., then spent two days with Mr. and Mrs. James Bousa of Central City. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Tetrault and girls were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Mathews. Hubert and Millie went to Rapid City on business Tuesday. Mrs. James Loose was a visitor Friday afternoon. Eddie Osgard went into Sun- dance Saturday to play in the B Band for the Rural School child- ren's day. Monday Marry brand- ed calves. Neighbors helping were Paul and Alex Smith and Palmer Hegge. John Crago of Sundance was a Monday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vines. Mr. and Mrs. Vines had a 6 o'clock dinner April 23 in honor of Eleanor's birthday April 21st. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hawken and Joan Banks, Raymond, Nelda, Lila, Allen and Leon Vines helped Eleanor celebrate. Marty and Leota Osgard stopped Tuesday while looking for trouble on the telephone line. Word has been received by friends that Nick Goetsinger of Moorcroft is in Hot Springs hospi- tal with a heart ailment, he is a former resident of this vicinity. Word has been received from Mrs. Gardner that she expects to be home by May 15. She is leav- ing Klamath Falls April 28 and vis- iting her son Jack at Boise, Idaho. She has been ill with the flu. Mable Vines stayed with the grandchild- ren over the weekend while Ray- mond and Eleanor attended the Shriners meeting at Sheridan. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.' Harry Johnson of Sundance. i Marvin and Annabell Crago cameI down with the measles Saturday. The children had a perfect attend- ance record at school up to this time. Houston Creek .... (May 3) Mrs. Ray Osgard and Mrs. Wil- ford Kennedy took the pupils from the school to Rural Achievement Day ,in town Saturday. Mrs. Richard Snider served cake and ice cream to the pupils and teacher of the Snider school Thurs- day in observance of Gary's, eighth birthday. Fritz Chatfield was at the Snider home Monday. Miss Roberta Stromer was a weekend visitor to Carol Hindman. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hindman were Sunday visitors at the Joe Englehaupt home and in the eve- ning yisited Mr.~ and Mrs. Alex Smith in the Beulah area. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rice and sons were Sat- urday dinner guests and Gone Hindman was a Monday visitor at the Hindman home. Mrs. Fritz Chatfield attended the 4-H Council Meeting in town Sat- urday and on Sunday afternoon the family and Eva June Chatfield at- tended the 4-H Livestock Meeting at Guy Olson's. Mr. and Mrs. Slaughter of Sturgis were at the Chatfield home Sunday and were accompanied on the return trip by Chris Petersen who has been vis- iting at the Chatfield home. Mr. and Mrs. Al Schelldorf were Thursday afternoon visitors at the Harold Schelldorf home and Al WELCOME THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. May 3, 1956 and Art Schelldorf were Sunday afternoon callers. Mrs. John Schell- dorf was the recipient of a box Beaver Creek Homemakers Club Hears Civil Defense Program A civil defense program present- ed by Elsie Holcomb featured the April 25 meeting of the Beaver Creek Homemakers club. Neva of choice avacados from the or-]Davis was hostess to the members chard of her son-in-law Larry Ger-at a noon dinner wig of San Diego, Calif. during Eleven members, six children the week i and one guest, Annabelle Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. Chesney Rathbun attended the session. Members and Jennie Iiea and Mr. and Mrs. ]answered roll call with a sugges- Roger Rathfiun and baby were tion for proje~s, next year. Sunday visitors at the Charles l "All Fam]Jy J~lght- wm feature Cummings home. I the May 23 meeting, of the club .... h .... at the home of Elsie Holcomb. Out- l~lc ~c weLm was an overnight * ;~,.. o, ~^ ~. D ,~..,,.~ ~.^~.~ door cookery will be demonstrated tho wootr Mr a~,~ Mre t~onnle ~vernng, nome uemonstra- d~fgelcl"~at'tencl'ed "'th'e-vaneake tion agent, will show films at the supper at the farm bureau meet- meeting. ing Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Bushnell, When the Series E Savings Bond Mrs. Roy Klser, Mrs. Veach Bush- becomes 15 years old on May 1, nell and Ray Potter were Sunday more than 40 million Americans dinner guests at the Wilford Ken- will celebrate what has become a nedy home. i"way of life" with them. DANCE Farrall Hall Mifich Orchestra Sponsored by/he Farrall Rural Club of the Northeastern W omin Hereford .... g Association We cordially welcome everyone who will be attending the 24th Hereford sale Monday. II Ph. $-1015 8nndance Wyo. arrners, anyone, are e.to attend this serv- dfellow will preach on ye shall find." J ,, i , [k aoi.r Will sin:nds Mrs [rs Ted Roy Ill # it and Mr. ~oodfello~ ~o Evanston, Wyo. to i, ?nual convocation of i [lJ }. :IA Church in Wyoming. oy ~will be attending [, W, by all l Free Mounting ~onference for youth Week in Casper ..... ~ | Black or White have recently been to the I MIlls |R ][o~r mill, .Bull l, l.. | Sidewalls painted ~or the , / Ixtnn I 3T Tri- b-Terned Y Will be in place for[ ees this week. The tl t~he church was snow-It '" / * t. hy I p per a~day but will be done / II IIU IH, v u feWweek. I[ ] We'd like to welcome eve.one ,o Sun- I , I " "vI=&IM= .OWl Cord hdy " , | dance May 7 for the spring sale of the | I I .... 1 =av AS .... uv~r~|*As I Better ~Blowout md Country- Ii ; May you have a pleasant visit. And our best ] I I Itl[| Northeastern Wyoming Hereford Association. | [I tao=t.ol,umolo. ,oo.w u mut. Am, o lcml l wishes to members of ,he association" ifI [ =.,sAw= j ( 4ay 3) ~arr visited Alex I ~ t th, then they all[ and Violet Smith,s I | Hiway Service Station I il I . and Mrs. Reuben [ | I PauiandVioletl, ' ~'~ .addO,~ag, I I ~ " ....... " " " and Mary Sunday ] I Ph" $101' ''M' | 'Raymond Vines n nee 1 1 Wy:' ,.,,. yo. !1 helped. Tuesday I[ Ellen attended | .... /ii!