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/ i Redwater Mrs. Harry Yore was a Sun- dance visitor on ,Monday, and a dinner guest at the Willet Keyser home. Mr. and Mrs. Pat King were business visitors in Spearfish, St. Onge and Sundance ~Monday. V. I. Myers was in Spearfish on business the first of the week. G. E. Olson was a caller at the ~t, E, Vore home on Tuesday. Harry Vore was a ,brief caller at the Paul Dillavou home Mon- day afternoon. Hospital Benefit Dance tickets on sale at the stores ill Beulah. i Dr. R. M. Buck of Belle Four- the was a caller at the Harry Vorel ranch Monday evening. Pat Murphy of Alva was a call- er at the H. V. Ripley home Wed- ~esday. Orin Reddinger was a Sundanee -isitor Monday. Ted Butterfiehi attended the registered Hereford sale held in ~turgis Wednsday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. 0rin Reddinger are the parents of a new baby girl born at the John Burns Mere-~ orial hospital in Belle Fourche #~pril 18. The name of the new baby has not been learned at this :writing. A special meeting of the Red- water Homemakers club was held at the Henry Tauck home Wednes- day afternoon, for the purpose of preparing a special program for National Homemakers week, May 2-Sth. W. H. Vote and son Teddy were ~buslness visitors in Belle Fourc'he Wednesday morning. ] Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tauck [ ~rere among those who attended l the funeral of Charles Schelldorf heldi in Sundance Wednesday at- terffoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vote were in Spearfish Friday morning on ~business. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Ellsbury ~'ere in 'Spearfish shopping Fri- day; they also took their son Al- lan in for a checkup by Dr. Clark. Vv'e are glad to report that Allan is getting along fine now, and will soon be his old self. Several from this c~mmunity spent the day Saturday May 1st on Sand creek trying their luck on the wii~ trout, Mr. and Mrs. Harry ~7ore were Friday evening visitors at the W'. , H. Butterfield home. Several members of the Red- ,'water. Homemakers club spent ~unday evening at the Lyman :Ellsbury home, working on their window display for National Homemakers week. Ted Butterfield made a trip to Sturgis Friday after a couple of purebred bulls which he pur- chased at the sale there Thurs- da V. Robert Clark of Alva was a brief caller at the Harry Vore ~iome T'riday evening. He reports that they had a fine rain there Thursday evening. We had a fine rain over the ~'eekend with the promise of more ffor the first of this week. Lyman Ellsbury was a busi- ness visitor in Sundance Satur- day. Harry Vore was a brief caller at the John Crago home Satur- day afternoon. "Word was received here of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. ~obert Hamilton at the Dead- ,Wood hospital Friday ni,ght. The ~I-Iamiltons now reside in Tlnton, but were formerly of Beulah. W. H. Vote was among the successful fishermen on Sand Creek Saturday morning. W. H. Butterfleld and sons were among those fishing on Sand creek Sunday. Many from this community at- tended services for Jesse Browder ~hich were held in Spearfish Sunday afternoon. Burial was at -the Beulah cemetery. Mr. and ~Irs W. H. Vore and Jack'Willert attended Rural Life Church services in Sundanee Sun- day morning. Mr. and Mrs. Pat King and family spent Sunday visiting in Belle Fourche. The unsettled weather over the rweekend failed to disturb the fishermen. Sand Creek was lined both Saturday and ~unday. and a lot of them report good luck. -X RMNBOW 4- H CLUB The Rainbow 4-H girls held their meeting at the home of Miss :Roberta Nllson. April 24 at 2:00 o'clock. There were ten regular mem- bers out to the meeting. Our next meeing will be held at Miss Sally Ann Bush home May 16, 1948, at 2: 00 o'clock. All mothers of members please attend this meeting, BOY BORN TO C CES AT LARAMIE. WYOMrSG Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Cammack are the parents of an eight pound baby ,boy ~born on Thursday, April 29th at Laramie, Wyotning. Le- Roy is a student at the university ot Wyoming and formerly lived at Hulett, Wyoming. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cam- mack of Hulett. Mrs. LeRoy Cammack was for- merly Miss Eleanor Hejde, a [daughter of Mr. and ~Mrs. Irven i Hejde of Aladdin, Wyoming. The new arrival wei~ghed 8 lbs., [2 ounces.. x --------- The U. S. Navy now has a total of 271 combatant ships in an ac- tive status. 4-H CLUB The needle and Thimble 4-H Club held its fifth meeting May 1, 1948 at the home of Joan Key- ser. After our meeting we played games and then the hostess set- red refreshments. "l~wo new mem-[ hors FXl~ene Kevser and Shirley Lincoln. joined. Our next meeting at the home of June 5, 1948 at 2 Only one ly assigned to the one to the Pacific are seven large Atlantic and five Fleets. MUTT AND JEFF NO! No! You :O.UR AND TOaD ME "two Ape r REE THREE AI~E CAN YOU BE THE BEST PUPIL IN N IGI.IT SCHOOL W EU YOU'RE SO bUMS? I$ HOW MUCH ARE T REE 'KOOB THREE AND ARE GOSI' , I WAS T. 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