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SOCIETY By Elaine Clerk Phone 283-2178 Jobs Daughters Bethel No. 43 International Or- der of Job's Daughters met Mon- oay evening at the Masonic hall. Election of officers for the next term was the main issue with the following elected: Cl~ris McIner- nay, Honored Queen; Beth Alex- ander, Seafior princess; Billie Mitchell, Junior Princess; Peggy Dudrey, Guide; and Sandra Hejde, Marshall. A discussion was conducted concerning South Dakota Grand E, ethel to be held in Belle Four- the on June 1-3. Sharon Harbaugh will be an escort for her uncle, Carl Pengra of Rapid City who is a grand bethel officer. Wyoming grand bethel will be held at Gillotte on June 13-15 and plans will be made at the next nleeting concerning the attend- ance at this function. The next meeting will be Sun- day afternoon at 1:00 o'clock on May 19 as there was a school function on the regulax meeting date. Tuesday Afternoon Bridge Club Tuesday afternoon bridge club met with Betts Seely as guest hostess at her home. Three tables of cards were played. Guest players included Ethel Slmrp, Jean Collier, Jeannie Wy- att and Marjorie McClary. High score went to Ethel Sharp, 2rid to Mamie McAnally, 3rd to Millie Bernd and low to Marjorie Mc- Clary. Town and Country Bridge Town and Country Bridge Club met with Imogene Thomas as kostess, Wednesday afternoon. Marion Thompson was a guest l~layer. High was won by Imo- gene Thomas, second by Ethel Sharp and low to Millle Bern& Episcopal Chm, chwomen Episcopal Church Women will meet Thursday evening at the home of Marcie Cliver to finalize plans for the Mother's Day tea to be held Saturday at the Parish hall from 2 to 4 p.m. Mrs. Row- ena Rachetts will show her first ladies doll collection and the pub- lic is invited to attend. Host Anniversary - Birthday Party for Local Couples Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wilcox and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Myers and family were hosts to a combined anniversary and birthday party Saturday evening May 4 at the Wilcox home in ob- servance of the 37th wedding an- niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Myers and the 35th wedding an- niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oudin and the birthday of Mrs. Paul Myers. Cremation center- pieces were presented to beth couples with compliments of the hosts and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Moeller. An anniversary and birthday cake was served with punch and coffee to the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. John. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Pollat, Mr. and Mrs. Edsel Rogers, the honored guests and the hosts. The eve- ning was spent playing caxds and visiting. Electa Chapter No. $ Electa Chapter No. 50rde, of Eastern Star met May 2rid at the Masonic hall. A program was given by Kyra Crago honoring mothers. She read two poems ,~nd song "Mother" was vocalized by Gerald Popham and Floyd Cart. Table favors were foliage plants potted by Emily Wright and they were presented to the mothers. The next bake sale will be held May 18 at Boyd's Super Market. Host Anniversary Dinner Party Mr. and Mrs. Merle Sisson and daughter Helen, were hosts to a dinner party Saturday eve- ning May 4 honoring Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frolander on the oc- casion of their 12th wedding an- niversary. Guests included Ken Prier, the Frolander children, Mike, Becky and Shannon, Tom Richards, Ruth Frolander, the honored guests and the hosts. The evening was spent visiting. Ph. 892-3411 For Graduation Gifts.... Portable Smith-Corona Typewriters with Quick-Change Cartridge Ribbon ~- Pocket & Desk Model Calculators ~I~ Grumbacher Fabric Decorating Kits Collegiate Dictionaries Address Books OFFICE EMPORIUM Belle Fourche ClassifiedGet Results - II I III III1_ Dairy Sale I will sell my dairy herd at the ranch located 9 mil~ northwest of Spearfish or 12 miles southwest of Belle che on Redwater (2 miles west of 14 & 85 intersection, north to the community hall, then 5 miles west). Follow signs. Monday, May 20 Sale Timem12:30 Free lunch will be 65 HEAD OF DAIRY COWS 31 head are 4 and 5 years old, 19 are 3 years old, six are 6 years old, one is 7 years old and eight are 2 55 head are producing now with an average rate of 50 Ibs. daily and a herd butterfat test of 3.6. Most of these cows are from artificial breeding. a number of these cows were fresh in March. A. I. has been used for a number of years. A veterinarian has spected this herd and they ere all clean. OWNER SAYS: This herd may be inspected any milking time prior to the sale. He also says that in years he has been in the dairy business at this same that he feels this is the best producing set of cows he ever had. TERMS: CASH Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bryan, Route lmSpeerfish, South Dakotam Phone 605-642-2183 Haley's Tri-State Auction Service--Whitewood BEST DEAL IN THE COUNTRY! SEE OUR COMPLETE BATTERY LINE FOR YOUR RANCH NEEDS Hulett Co-Op Ph. 467-5720 Hulett, Wyoming