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of the Give and Gain Homenmkers Club sit taken by War- at the home of Mrs. ones. in 1952, Mrs, Frank is the only remaining becammember Mrs. Lester e a club member officers are Mrs. president; Mrs. president; Mrs. secretary; M~s. treasurer; Mrs. citizensMp; Mrs. family life; Mrs. and Jim Morris, cul- Mrs. Harry Watson, and Pennies for Kneel Taylor, his- and Mrs. Tom Seeley, Ithe. year, the club held and safety project, put- around ponds Sundance area. a safety talk with The city marshal talk, outlined bi- i and gave a demon- light reflectors installed on bicycles. also assisted the coun- and the Sundance last year. year's club project is Education and other needs. to right in front in the picture are Mrs. Lester Mrs. Richard Engel- Phil Mcclary, Mrs. with Dirk Mc- Gene Kipp, Mrs. and Ross Sell and Brtmson. back row, left to right, C~arles Wilson, Mrs. Mrs. Marvin Jones, Mrs. Kneal Blakeman Harry Watson. I~uston Creek i May4 rene Snider FAith Swanson were and Savoy and stop- Wally Swanson home enroute home. Carl Was an evening caller at John Swanson was in on Wednesday and Edith w~re in Gillette LesSer Gramam City, Utah were at C~affield home on and Margery Ruth Froland~: to day during the week. Wflley and Lisa of at the Chipper Cna~- Friday. Helping ranch Sat- Naomi and Lee and Lois Ken- Frolande~ and Mike Prier. Mr. and Mrs. of Billings, Mont. ar- to spend a few at the Chipper the Wilford Kennedy the week were John Swens~, C~ippev and and Lee Ha- vaccinate on Fri- Swenson, Chipper Jim Habeck, Robert and Tom Richaxds. and~ Habeck FFA carnival last in town. Naomi was in Belle during the Guy motored Colorado on Mon- called at 'ray- lors Tuesday evening and Tod Vineyard called Wednesday eve- ning. Arlene Taylor and Dan were in Belle Fourche on Thurs- day. Richard Snider and Patty Crawford and Laurie called on Friday. Ted Speidel called at the Bere- nice Chaffield home during the week. Jaci and Jana Chaffield spent Thursday with Berenice Mrs. George Willey a~d Lisa of Hulett called on Friday. Mrs. E1- v~a Morris of Btfffalo spent the weekend with her mother. A birthday supper was held Sa~r- day night to honor Elvera and Terry Wales. Other guests were Cheryl Wales, Fritz and Ethel Chatfiold, Chipper and Margery Chaffield and Carl and Mable Fol~z of Billings. Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Fritz ChatfieId home were Richard and Irene Snider, Earl, Sandy, Earl Gene and Bobie Shaw. Terry and Cheryl Wales and Ethel Chaffield a,ttended the bible bowl at the Sunny Divide hall Friday ever~ing. Mrs. Dick Courchaine and Rocky and Mrs. Leonard Wales of Beulah and Pat Frolander called at the Fritz Chaffield home on Saturday. Richard Snider accompanied the Earl Shaw family to Pine Ridge Sunday Mterneon. Earl and Sandy Shaw and Richard and Irene Snidex attended a preach- crs luncheon in Sturgis, S. D. on Monday. They called at the Gil Vondriska home in the evening. Richard Snider was a Tuesday dinner guest at the Francis Grubb home. Mrs. Rick Hap~onstall of Carlile called at Sniders Tues- day afternoon. Neal Garman cal- led on Wedn~y and Richard and Irene Snider were Wednes- day supper guests at the Marlin Lappe home. Sial Dinkins acam~- panied Richard Snider to Sturgis on Friday~r tractor parts and they had lunch with Albert and RyeCte Harty and Criss Reed. Richard and Irene Shirley attend- ed the bible bowl at the hall Friday night. Irene Snider cal- led at the Eaxl Shaw home Saturday afternoon and got the news as our phone is out. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Mike Neiman, Hulett, are the parents of a daughter born April 30 at Look- out Memorial Hospital, Spearfish. The b~'by w~igbed 7 lbs. 4 ozs. and has been named Sara Dawn. Mrs. Dick Bush is the maternal grandparent. The paternal grand- Farems are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Neiman. Inyan Kara Shrine Club Will Meet at Newcastle A regular meeting of the Inyan Kara Shrine Club will be held at the Newcastle Cotmtry Club May 11 starting at 6:30 p.m. All Shriners and their ladies ere invited to attend. Those at- tending should make reserva- tions with the club. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ulrich at- tended a "Morning Up" seminar at Dillon, Colo., April 19 to 21. Others attending from this area were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hanson, Custer, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cur- rey and Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Dixon of Newcastle. All are Amway distributors. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. 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