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FHA Honorary Members A style show, awards program and tea was presented May 14 by the homemaking classes at Sundance h~h school and mem- bers of the senior FHA chapter. Above, Arlene Altizer, FHA president, presents pins to Mrs. A. J. Altizer, left, and Mrs. Fran- cis Hejde, right, as honorary members. FHA Girls Receive Degrees / Five member~ of the Sundanee FHA chapter received chapter degrees during the awards pro- gram May 14. From left to right they are: Atha Mitts, Karen Jo Roberts, Kaaren Katches, Shirley Cure anet Pony Goodson. ,Presenting the awards is FHA chapter presi- dent, Arlene Altizer. Honored for Outstanding Work Seven members of the Sun- dance senior FHA chapter were honored for outstanding work at the FHA and homemaking progra~ held May 14. FHA president, Arlene Altiser, presented the awards. The sev. en girls recelveO a Jacket for FOUB (May 23) Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hollingsworth attended the 11vestock sale at Belle Fourehe, ~. D. Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pzinski and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fare- ly, Nora Farely, Mr. and.Mrs. Vic- tor Lissolo, Mrs. Felix Perino and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Podio and family, Mrs. John Perino were among those shopping in Newcastle Saturday. W. O. Mayberry visited at the Felix Perino home several days the latter part of the week. Kenneth, Charles and Shirley Dutcher were Sunday evening din- Gift Presented Home Ec Teacher During the program, Mrs. Madelyn Reynolds, home econ- omics teacher, was presented with a piece of luggage as a go- two year's work and a certificate for one year's work. Left to right are: Atha Mitts, Karen Jo Roberts, Kaaren Kat- ches, Shirley Cure, Peny Good- son, Geraldine Joy, Llla Vines and Miss Altizer. (May 23) The ttarvey Talleys visited Mrs. Talley's sister, Mrs. Kenneth Don- newirth, and family in Rapid City Saturday. While there they attend- ed Armed Forces Day, visiting the 'airbase and inspecting the planes on exhibit. The Charles Bousas were Sun- dance shoppers Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith were in Spearfish Saturday. Marty and Leota Osgard had dinner with Smiths one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Palmer ttegge and Robin were callers at the Alex Smith and Alfred Howes homes Friday afternoon. David Howes spent Thursday and Sunday nights with Terry Collins. The Alfred IIowes family were Sunday dinner guests of the Don Swcnsons. A birthday celebration was held last Friday at the Royal Club for Hubert Mathews. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Mathews, Billy and Teresa and Everly Rich- ards, Shoshoni, Wyo. Mrs. Hubert Mathews has just returned from a trip to Seattle, Wash. where she visited relatives. Teresa Mathews spent the weekend in Rapid City and attended the college rodeo. Ernie Tetrault and girls of Spear- fish visited on Sunday at the Hu- bert Mathews home. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Harper re- turned last week from a trip to Denver and the west coast where they visited a son, Lorin and fam- ily, a daughter, Vera and family, and Mrs. Harper's sister, Mrs. C. A. Blackman, and husband. They also visited the Chester Ogdens. Mrs. E. M. Harper, Mrs. Marty Osgard, Eddie and Elana went to the Rural Eighth grade graduation exercises at Newell, S. D. on Sat- urday. Miss Kathleen Harper was Valedictorian. Guests of the David Seeleys on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Crago and family of Spearfish. Thelma Glover also visited Una one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Harper were guests at the Business-Agriculture Day in Rapid City on Wednesday. Callers this week at the Mabel Vines home were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peterson, who were just returning from Arizona, Bertha and Harold Janes; a cousin, Fred Langhoff of Spearfish, Mr,. and Mrs. Ben Sager and Mrs. Lloyd Knapp of Klamath Falls, Ore. ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jay May- berry. Mrs. Fred Perino and family were callers in Newcastle Thurs- day. Mr. and Mrs. Pete LeVeque of (May 23) Broadus, Mont. were Friday din- A lovely rain fell the past week. ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred It is raining again this morning. Perino. This rain is filling some of the Sunday Mary Goodson and Lu- t'eservoirs. cille Wegner were dinner guests The Dick Ackermans branded at the Fred Perino home. calves Sunday. The Frank Mitchells and Gene Brimmers helped. The channel catfish is consider- Harry Scoggin attended the high ed the best food fish in the catfish school board meeting at H~ett family. Thursday. q[~ll~ Howard Robinson, Game War- Afloat and ashore the Navy den from Sundance, was out in serves more than million meals this area getting some beaver that a year. have been plugging up culverts on ing-away gift from the FHA and home economics girls. Arlene Altizer makes the presentation. Sage creek. The Ray Dorsett family were Belle Fourche shoppers Thursday. Bill and Joyce Lobban were Monday evening callers at the Har- ry Scoggin home. The International Implement Co. of Spearfish delivered a tractor and a corn planter to the Charles Moore ranch Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Whitney were callers at the Gene Brimmer home one evening this week. Cliff Tompkins, insurance sales- man from Sheridan, Wyo., was in this area Wednesday and Thurs- day. He spent Wednesday eve- ning at the Charles Moore ranch at Colony. He was a dinner guest Thursday at~ the Harry Scoggin home. Bill and Joyce Lobban attended Eastern Star at Hulett Friday eve- ning. It was party night with Eastern Stars entertaining Past Matrons and Past Patrons. The coons have really been kill- ing the Charles Moores' chickens. Gene Brimmer has been driving truck for Bud Rozell of Alzada while he is recuperating from re- cent surgery. Thursday callers at the Harry Scoggin home were the Charles DeWitts and Ray Dorsetts. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ackerman and Don were callers in Belle Thursday. Dick attended the horse sale. Howard Lemrick, who is farm. ing the Hattie Irvin place, was rained out last week. Saturday callers in Belle were Mrs. Charles Moore and boys and Mrs. tTarry Scoggin The Scoggin family shots. Monday evening suI at the Richard were lhe Dick A IIappy Birthday goe lyn ltill who had a 1/~th of May. Everyone is about done WCTU to Meet Saturday At Wilbur Oillavon The local unit of the meet Saturday home of Mrs. Wilbur meeting opens at 2 All interested persons invited to attend. NOTICE OF RETAIL LIQUO~ Notice is hereby the 3rd day of May,. Holden filed an Retail Liquor License of the Clerk of the for tbe following and premises, to-wit: One story frame cated on Lot 2, Addition to the ToWn lett, Wyoming. The mises being anvlied for, the front portion of sa~u ing and protests, if anY against the issuance of will be heard at the P.M. on the 3rd day in the Legion Hall, Harold Wells City Clerk May 3, 1957 May 9-16-23-30 NOTICE TO Sealed bids for the of a water pump installation for Sundance, Wyoming ed at the City o'clock P.M. MST on of May, 1957. Principal items of 1: 6" Class 150 tos Pipe in Place, 3653 2. 4" Class 150 los Pipe in Place, 6400 3. Submersible pump trols in Place, 1 Alternate bids will be for Cast Iron Pipe. Plans and specific file with the City dance, Wyoming, Engineering, Spearfi~ kota. Plans and be obtained from ing upon deposit of $20. $10.00 will be eessful bidders. Marion City Clerk May 9-16-23 LEGAL NOTICE To: All patrons of Mona Short Line Telephone Company Public: Pursuant to the laws of the State of Wyoming, you notified of the following changes in rates and Short Line Telephone Company which will become 1, 1957, subject to the approval of the Public Service C State of Wyoming, to-wit: TOLL RATES TO FOLLOWING TOWNS AND Places Station to Station Person to Old Rate:New Rate: Old Rate: Gillette .................. $0.75 $0.50 $1.15 Moorcroft ................. 50 .30 .80 Upton ............................. 35 .25 .55 Newcastle .................... 55 .40 .85 Rozet ................................. 55 .40 .65 Sheridan ....................... 1.20 .85 1.75 EXCHANGE RATES ON FOLLOWING SERVICES IN SUNDANCE, WYOMING: Class of Service- Old Rate: One Party business ........................................................ $6.25 Two party business ....................................................... 5.00 One party residence .................................................. 4.00 Two party residence ................................................... 3.50 " Four party residence .................................................... 3.00 Business Extension ......................................................... 2.00 Residence Extension ....................................................... 1.00 All service station line rates and charges, except provided, will remain the same. The reason for the abe that the said Commission has ruled out exception toll in effect with this Company for thirty years last past. rates are higher and in addition to those computed ota mileage bases between toll stations. To offset the effeeted by the change in toll rates and to allow this ate on a sound economic and financial basis, the increase rates is necessary. Dated this 22nd day of May, 1957. MONA SHORT LINE TELEPHONE By M. O. Trego, President (Seal) Attest: Dorothea 1~ Trego, : Secretary May 23-30 June 6-13