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SOCIETY By Bernice Williams If you have news for this column or personal items to report for publication in this newspaper please telephone Bernice Williams, Phone 88 before 6:00 p.m. Monday of the week of publication. Jill Hooper Observes 1st Birthday at Party Jill Marie Hooper observed her first birthday April 28 at a party l given by her mother, Mrs. Richard Hooper at their home. Birthday refreshments were served at three o'clock to Mrs.~ Mamie McAnally, Mrs. Leslie Hoop- er, Mrs. 'Lena Sanford, Mrs. Har- vey Ferdinand, Mrs. Tom Hooper, Bonnie, Leslie and Danny Hooper, Mrs. Glen Roberts and Leon, Mrs. Lorraine Barnes, Esther, Gary and Dickie Barnes, Mrs. Charles Ko- lmsh and Patti and Richie, David Bruce and Lindsey Hooper. B. S. P. Sorority ~Po Meet May 16 The members of Exemplar an( ~Kappa chapters of Beta Sigma ~Phi sorority will meet May 16 at the home of Mrs. Lee Schloredt. Mrs. Carl Mayer and Mrs. Arthur Schelldorf will take the "Ritual of Jewels" pledge during the meet- ing. There will also be an in- stallation of officers for the en- suing year. Sundance Bridge Club Meets Wednesday Miss Marion Thompson was hos' tess to the members of the Sun- dance Bridge Club at her home last Wednesday evening at her home with two tables of bridge in play. A 7:30 o'clock dessert was serv- ed by the hostess before play be- gan. Mrs. Lawrence Lorenzen was a guest player. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Lorenzen for high score, to Mrs. Jay Durfee for second high score end Miss Thompson won prize for low score. Mrs. M. O. Trego will be hostess to the club at her home May 12. Personnel seaman lc Dorla Ben. nick is spending a 20 day leave ~rom the Naval Base at Seattle ris- king her parents and brother Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bennick and Tommy. To Marry Belle Fourche Man Mr. and Mrs. Harlan E. Will- iams of Oshoto announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their d.~ughter, Virginia, to Ralph J. Troyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Antone Troyer of Belle Fourche, South Dakota. Miss Williams will graduate from Hulett High School with the class of 1954. Mr. Troyer is a graduate of Spearfish High School with the class of 1952. Miller Creek Mr. and Mrs. William Oudin called on Mrs. Juanita Montgomery at the ranch Tuesday evening. Alice Ann Oudin was an over- night guest of Norma Jean Miles Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Miles were transacting business in Spear- fish last week. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Miles, Norma Jean and Mrs. Nona Miles were dinner guests at the Walter Nicholson home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hally Oudin and' For Mother's Day Gifts from Blue's A complete assortment of practical gifts Blue Drug and Jewelry "The Home of Beautiful Gifts" Spearfish South Dakota family were Sundance visitors Sat- urday. Mrs. Lillie Storts, Mrs. Chesney Rathbun and Jennie were transact- ing business in Spcarfisl~ and Sufi- dance Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Billie Habeck were business callers in Spearfish Satur- day. David worked at Willie's Food Mart until they returned. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kiser Were brief callers at the Storts and Rathbun home Sunday and dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Engle- haupt. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hutchins called on Mr. and Mrs. Bill Russell Sunday.' Mr. and Mrs. Earl Randall, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sears and family all of Casper, Mr. and Mrs. Lorey An- derson and family, Mrs. Emily An- derson and Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Nicholson and sons were Sunday dinner guests at the Walter Nich- olson home honoring Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Myers and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Olson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Billie Habeck and David were dinner guests at the Hally Oudin home Saturday evening. The occasion was the wedding anniversaries of Oudins and Myers. Tuff Vore was an evening caller also. Mrs. Walter Nicholson and Mr. md Mrs. R. L. Barnes drove to Casper Sunda~ where Mr. Barnes will leave by bus Monday for Nor- folk, Va. where he is stationed. Mr. and Mrs. William Oudin SundaY at the Henry Oudins in Barlow canyon. Jennie Rathbun is at home now Stmdanee, Wyo. having completed her school term. She taught the Houston creek school. Rose Marie Miles spent the Dr. J. g. weekend with her parents, Mr. and Osteopath - Mrs. Norman Miles. She returned to Rapid City Sunday where she is Spearfish, S. employed. Sweet One of the moments in a girl's the day she is gr.~duated ' a dress designed to Big Day a proud success. find just dress in our grad~atio~ 100% Nylon, Cotton, and Pique . . . some boleros.., your choice of white or dainty pastels. Bee ,Williams Fash,on House 715 St. Joe Rapid City, S. D. Firemen's Ball Legion Money raised from this ball w~ll be used by the Sundance Volunteer Fire Department to complete payments on the resuscitator. Music by the Cressman *e .~. @ @ Admission Price- 75c per person