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May 6, 1954

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Methodist Folks conference for Sundance Methodist held May 3 in the The district sup- Clyde J. KeegalL meeting. All corn- and other church committee reports and found to be in or- SPeaks well for all the officers of the the support of reports would not you all. Spec- and Mrs. Rice so much to help also revealed that unforseen trans- annual conference Casper, the Sundance be a one point charge 1, 1954, and Rev. as our full time C. S. will hold the banquet o'clock in the hall. All the church to come and There will and prizes of various The Methodist men and serve the dinner. Naomi Circle will JUnior Senior banquetI School May 8 at 7:00I I 18 known as Nation.[ The suggestion ! has been made that "attending church functions in a family group i would be a proper way to observe the week. The week ends with Mothers' Day, May 9. This church will hold a special service for all mothers Sunday and invites every family to honor "Mother" with your presence in church on her day. The W. S. C. S. annual election will be held May 12 at 8 p.m. Ev- ery member of both circles is urg- ed to be present so that the elec- tion will truly represent the wish- es of all the women. The Ruth and Naomi Circle will hold the Circle election May 20th. Let us have every member of the circle present. Dates to Remember Sunday School - 9:45 every Sun- day. Morning Worship 11:00 o'clock Sur~day. Senior b~ Y. F. 6:30 p.m. Sun- day. Mother-Daughter banquet 6:30 Monday. Choir practice 7 p.m. Tuesday. Spiritual Life Hour 7:15 Wed-. nesday. W. S. C. S. election 8:00 p.m., Wednesday. Study Club 2:00 p.m., Thurs- day. Vumamo More than 200,000 products have their origin in coaL Especially - WESTERN STRAW HATS ; 4-H Member-of-the-Week 4-H Member.of,the.Week selected by the Rush Creek Rambler club of Moorcroft is Bud Dillinger now in his eighth year of club work. Formerly club president for three years, Dillinger is in his second year of Junior leeder- ship. During his club work, he has carried out projects in beef, swine and sheep. Impatient Youth The young bull and the old bull stood on the hill~ looking down into the meadow where a herd of cows grazed. Young Bull. "Let's run down the hill and make love to a few of them." Old bull: "No, son. Let's walk down and make love to all of them." Sundance, Wyo. M,,, c, ,n-~ u DR. F. R. WARD Dentist Spearfis'h, S. D, 146 W. Illinois St. THOMPSON MOTOR Co. The usual morning collection was taken in church one Sunday Comnlete Renair and the minister nticed a lot of ~ r~ ~ dallor bills in the pla~e and two Service pennies. "Ah," he said, "I see there All Makes is a Scotchman present." Where- upon an old Scot rose in the back! Oldsmobile -- GMC of the church and said, "Yes, sir, Spearfish, S. D. there are two of us." DANCE IT'S Kickbush Schoolhouse Saturday, May 8 GOOD MUSIC SO CHECK THE BUYS IN OUR STOCK OF AGAIN Spring is wonderful and it's time to check o~er any building, repair or remodel- ing plans you have. Our Men complete stock of bulldtng YS needs will fill any building $2.49 plans you may have for ~0 spring. See us soon - we'll be glad to help you with any $3.49 of your spring building problems. * ROOFING * SEWER TILE * CEMENT * CEJlHT BLOCKS i BOYS' Western Straws Our New Gravelcrusher g2.4 assures you the freest in clean, top quality sand and gravel. john B, Stetson x WESTERN STRAWS $5'0O Dudee's, "Everything to Wear" Sundanee Phone 48R2