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Pt~t|~r[e~ t~ral Stmdance, Wyo. May 3, 1956 I Semi-Annual session of the district , "=="=~l'J "=~'l ..... [in Sun1ance Saturday Those in tS~ ~nn I took Michael Petera home to l attendanee were Mrs. Charlie Huck- 1.= ~v= J Spearfish Thursday and visited ]ins, Mrs. Henry Waugh, Mrs. Bill M .......... I their daughter, Mrs Francis Petera f Bush, Mrs. Trusty Moore, Mrs -o. ~ooert l"OllCKy OI " Coln ~,-~ ch ...... ~land family, tWarren Hedger, Mrs. Porter Long, M[..~.~ f,? ~,,~,.,,o[ Mr. and Mrs. Art Zimmerschied ]Mrs. Harvey Davis, Mrs. Harley ~.. ~.y at ~.t. ~ouinS~and children Of Carlile were sun- . ~ / Rathbun Mrs Glen Bush, Mrs he ....... ~p r g sts a t Charles J. WJl- _" - .... l er at her home in honor of Mrs / ~,~y is a veterinarian e ue t he ." clay ' " " " Dillon Rulan, Mrs. Dale Ruland, ,aside:n 2:un~' B~eceellia~s h~leMneda~i/a~th~:;~ere wZ'i:~)aead'lroSodASmuDn~ye v~sat~nPg' Tony Genoff, who recently had lMrS'esN~ir~..~)elC:l~n:nty~Ss AFnn~ .... her home destroyed by fire She , [ Saturda" dinner -uests -" "he with Mrs. Charles Clark m the hos-I " " ] ~ ne "" Ar" ~ "~b "" grandparents are Mr [ .~~ ~ . .2~ L - "~*~l and t- ~ee the~ ...... n~ [ received many gifts. She and her[ ~or , ~vJrs. t Katn un, l~lrs. robn ~ ............ ! ~mory ~eorge rancn, mr. and v'~.~ .... ~ ?- .... "- -,'~" [ husband returned to Texas the last, Art Hauber, Mrs. lrvin rlaptonstall, Pater~n~al~UVran~La;en~s]Mrs. Charles J. Williams and in ~mung me names oz tnoSe lof the week where he has employ-[Mrs. Kay Driscoll, Mrs. Bert Rath- L M-- - gr.. p -] Criss Gay, Mrs. David Seeleyand attenolng the banquet of the Dev-]ment I bun, Mrs. George Dickson, and ~. ~nay t'olieKy oil T ..... n ~a. ~..n ~.~ ~ ...... ils Tower program project in Sun- ]vr.~ MoI ~tnrm ~;;~'and"cl~ildren "w'ere ca~[ers dance last week, two names were l Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Haptonstall "'~" "=-':-'::" . .... I ....... omitted They were Wilbert Lon~ I spent the past weekend in Colorado t ~rs. ~'ranK vasey emertameo at ~ellaer We~ ]uurmg me weeK. ,,.n u.:^m ur^uo T .... ~-^*- :~[Snrinas Colo where the,, attended la birthday dinfler Saturday eve- try Saturday ! . X. ~ Z. ~ "~-- ":" -""" ":'" the Hulett nroaram committee the wedding of their son Melvin to lnmg ior ~rs. JaCK vasey. ~uests ann Mrs. ulauoe ~anKs nave tne ~- o . Kellner, daughter of~ ............ Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dayton]Miss Patty Ball. The ceremony lincluded the Jack Vasey family ~rs. Keith Kellner of] xiu. we nope mey w.m soon oe are the parents of a daughter, born was performed in the Evangelieal land Mr. and Mrs. Albert Proctor. wne the bride of Rich-~ av~e m oe arouna agam~ . at the hospital in Belle Fourche United Brethern church, April l Congratulations to Roger Wolf- son of Mr and Mrs ] Mr. ann. Mrs.. rmrom Larson Tuesday Mr Damon i~ a Wsn~or 14 with three sisters of the bride ] skill and Mel Storm for carrying off " were attenulng tO bUSiness matters-" - ..... ~- }f Upton, Saturday at] in "und n Thu - at Devils Tower for bridesmaids and John Hapton-lflrst and second places m the resbyterian Manse in[ -~ a ce .. rs~ay:.. I Mr and Mrs' Carl Steiger of stall, brother of the groom for best]county spelling contest in Sun- : mr. anaMrs; u~le ramtson mov-] Oshkosh, Wisc" were weekend man. A reception in the social ]dance Saturday e . ea to me rmgn ~oKesn ranch W Walz presided over].,her~ D~ ~ .... ~ .... ,! ]guests at the Don Steiger home. rooms of the church followed theI M~ss Betty Hower was the guest ~ The couplewas] Ur ~,,nM,.~ ,,,h,, vi,,~, ,,,l Mrs. Neal Garman alsovisited wedding. The young couple w ll I of honor at a pre.nuptial shower a~" ,. ......................... m k h e in 1 rad . Lss Vera Woods and ,~l~,.rn ~-^ l~v"'" ~* *h" " F ] there the first of the week. a e t eir hom Co o o I at the Bob Steekman home Satur- ~lms. Linrn]n r~nt, b wbt~ra Mr Wi~ft~r] Bert Scott had hm left leg am- Springs where both have employ-[ day afternoon. She reeewed many . drag, the bride wore ~ .m,,1...a I Putated at the knee at the hospital menL [gifts and lunch was served by the tuag tailored suit with ...... r ~,---. [in Belle Fourche Monday. His There was a ~ood representation]hostesses. Miss Hower will marry 0~.es. She carried a ~ [right leg was removed in a similar of Rebekahs from this area at the]Donald Roberts this spring. ' ~lole covered with a MUleTT, : unaance I operation seven months ago. He , re t roses Her only _ . -- ~is recovering satisfactorily from ~ = : = ::: ~ = : ............ a three-s'trand string FFA BOyS Work I the operation. ^~ ~ A ~ . --,~| ! | ] Mrs. Jerry Knapp and son, Ken.tt W.F. Newland Established 1885 James L Newlaml, "" honor wore a navy un rolr :meepsneo I Aubery were dismissed from the Founder Mummer suit with white ac- -- "hospital and returned home Tues- ~ - corsage was of mother wore a lay- suit with white and a corsage of yel- For the wedding, mother wore a gray With white accessories ge of white carnations. for the ceremony Mrs. Alan Sims and E. Sims. will live at Upton groom is engaged in Kickbush :May 3) a benefit food sale Food Mart, 1:30 and Beverly Jensen entire belongings Those who wish clothing or mon- it at the store or or Genieve donations will be ~d Mrs. Harry Reynolds FFA members from Sundance and Hulett spent Tuesday at the fairgrounds in Sundance working on the sheepshed. Eight boys from Hulett along with their adviser were present. All FFA members from Sundance worked on the shed during shop periods. Shamrock Homemakers Plant Trees, Shrubs at Hall Members of the Shamrock Home- makers club, meeting April 10 at the Sunny Divide hall with Cora Smith as hostess, spent the after- noon planting trees and shrubs on the hall grounds. Eight members attended the meeting. One new member, Doro- thea Hindman, joined the club. A seed, bulb and plant exchange wasI held by the members. The clubI also voted to buy rope and pulleysI for the hall flagpole. 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