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May 15, 1986

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center Friday evening were attended by 15 with Mrs. Isabel Davis and Mrs. Ona Sisson as hostesses. Some played pitch and some rummy. Veronica Clark, Sturgis, visited at the home of Mrs. Lucy Jones, Carlile, over the weekend. Veronica is employed at the VA hospital in Sturgis and it has been several weeks since she was able to get out due to the bad weather. Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Frey, Sheridan, flew to MoorcroR and were met by Mr. and Mrs. AT Wells meet them at the airport. They all dined out. Mr. and Mrs. Frey decorated the graves of deceased relatives and then flew back to Sheridan. They said that they were sorry that they did not have time to stay longer and visit old friends but maybe better luck next time. They are former resi- dents of Moorcroft. Deadwood. Great-grandparents are Mrs. Dick Braithwaite, Rapid City and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Collins, Keystone Route, Rapid City. Sheridan hosting softball tournament The Sheridan Pepsi men's soft- ball team will host a slow-pitch softball tournament on June were among those who attended the the group enjoyed old-time music and each mother Senior Citizens Center's Mother's Day, received a carnation. Friday. Besides the special noon meal, Birth Announcement Joe and Kathy Hurley, Sun- dance, are the parents of a son born May 4 at Lookout Hospital in Spearfish. Michael Thomas Hurley joins a brother, Patrick Cecil, who is 20 months old. Grandparents are Mrs. Cecil Hurley, Spearfish and Mr. and Mrs. Tom McKee, Nemo Route, Gerald later in the afternoon. the Desk Bruce and Judy Penn and boys met Judy's mother in Rapid City il i for Mother's Day. They had dinner together at the Royal Fork. of you have probat;l~" Mary and Mel Shepperson had tin, the doom and gloom supper with their children in Casper Star-Tribune on Black Hawk, S.I). on Saturday of the state. We gave evening. ~_:]?,~ a 10% across the board Jancie and Bud Humphrey had ' '. :) "l to all state agencies in Mther's Day supper with their I ~'~ ~:~i~.~ budget session, including children at their home on Sand es for state employees. Creek Sunday evening. lere is going to be 'a Jerry Fishback was a weekend I V,'~':"I/'/Y~ ]7-- / %, for the biennium and we visitor of Bryan (iraham's. I V/,y ,~/~.% flU.,~,~.,~'..~ ~t~ cide how best to handle Sunday evening supper gmests I ':"J.,f/"/-9,, U.S.D.A. Choice ]em until some solutions of Bill and Jane Dunbar and ~,'~.. '~.,C~I~,,j~,.,, ) found. First of',. the fatal,y, were Mr. & Mrs. Danny ! Arm Cut :can put in place a four O'Neill and family from Spear- but he has decided NOT fish, S.l). "~ is. We cut instead and Visitors of (;race and Don , Semi-Boneless consolidate programs-- Wendt during the week were Mac lbe put in place before Evans, Kithy Hoyer, Kathy Van i.~.~.i',:~~t'~( 986. N igen and boys. Grace and Don ~~.~ |erating budgets will '., had Mother's Day dinner with ~.-~'~:~.4"~,~.~~j~:~'~.7.~,~"~ by the department heads tamily in Rapid City, S.D. Ray i ~ii~'G'" and Shirley Pulis from Piedmont, /~.' .~ ~.~;,~5o~ ~!.,~:.~;,-~,.~,~.~/ ., :(j: ~' creases for July 1986 to Wendt's. i.\it ~- ":" .... ~~ )