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Hulett (May 16 ) From May 13 ~through the 19th, Donna and Norntan Borge of Hot ry Neiman, Mrs. Merle Johnson and Walter Cheshier. Mrs. Frank Vasey entertained Wednesday evening at a partytfor her sister Mrs. Margaret Vasey of discussed. Lunch was served by ticipating and the local grade THE SUNDANCE Mrs. Della Grant. school and the high school bind Sundanee, Wyo. A second TV meeting was held and chorus. There was a large at the Legion room Thursday night attendance and the program was tire audience. with enough paid up memberships well presen~d. In the evening .~ Springs will assist Rev. Wileman Kalispell, Mont., who is her house to assure the community television a mixed program of local talent--TOWNSHIP PLATS hold a series of meetings. Classes guest. Cards furnished the eve- reception. More members will be entertained a large and apprecia- dance Times. for young people will be conducted ning's entertainment and prizes needed to put the club on a secure after school and the adult program wcrc won by Mrs. Jim Bare and financial basis but it is hoped that 4, ....... will be held in the evenings. All Mrs. Myron Scarborough. Tile reception can be secured this corn- classes will be held at the Assembly guest of honor also received a gift. ing week. Anyone wishing to joiri of God church. Other guests were Mesdames Grace may contact the club president, It. Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Taylor of Bush, Elsie Terhune, Jess Storm, Buescher or the treasurer, Steve Sundance and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fount Bush and Fred Borne. Nuckolls. Bush anc~children Jill and Kelly, A Christian family fellowship Those attending the funeral of left Tues'0ay morning for a two supper was held at the Baptist Elmer Richards in Belle Fourche week vacation in Washington church Wednesday evening in the Friday were Mrs. Grace Bush, Mrs. where they will visit relatives, church basement, followed by a Merlin O'Haver and Mrs. Lulu The last meeting of the year of short program and the film, "The Nielsen. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bush the PTA was held Tuesday evening Bible on the Table." also attended the funeral and drove at the high school. Officers elect- Members of the girl scout coun- on to Sturgis to spend the weekend ed for next year are, President, cil met at the home of Mrs. Don with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bush. John Thorson; Vice President, Mrs. Steiger Wednesday a f t e r n o o.n Mrs. Vesta Clark of Plattsmouth, Edv, mrd Thorne and Secretary and Plans were discussed for the sum- Nebr. and Mrs. John Guerra of Treasurer, Mrs. Merle Johnson. A mer meetings and camping. Those Union, Nebr. arrived Sunday for report of the recent survey on attending were Mrs. J. Nuckolls, a visit with the Fred Borne and sidewalks was turned over to the Mrs. Don Parsons, Mrs. Steve Henry Neiman families. Mrs. town council for consideration. The Nuckolls, Mrs. Fred Borne and Guerra is a cousin of Mrs. Borne. sophomore class won the attend- Mrs. Norman Collins. Mr. and Mrs. ttarold Wells Sr. and Shirley spent Mother's Day in Sundance at the Wilford Collins home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Neiman and family of Upton visited relatives here Sunday. National Music week was observ- ed here Friday with a program in the afternoon at the high school with seventeen rural schoqls par- We now have a good selection Colorado Blue and Green Spruce which we are digging now and should be planted soon. l Spearfish, S. D. ante banner. It was decided to serve lunch at the music festival following the afternoon program and during the evening. Refresh- ments were served by Mrs. Charlie Huckins, Miss Reinecke ~lnd Mrs. Hulett Wood. Those attending the boy scout program in Belle Fourche Monday evening were Rev. Wileman, Hen- Installation of new officers was the main feature of the Willing Worker meeting at the Baptist church Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Tom Hotchkiss conducted the cere- mony and the business meeting was in charge of the president, Mrs. Robert Steckman. Final plans for a Mother-Daughter banquet to be held at the church May 13 were m Registration for Free Prizes "k Men's Sport Coat "k Ladies' Pendleton 49'er Jacket "k Men's Field & Stream Leather Jacket Ladies' Western Blouse "k Men's Arrow Shirt Sk Levis or Wranglers "k 1 Pair Girls' or Boys' Acme Boots (Up to Size 6) 10 REGISTRATION PRIZES FOR THE FIRST 10 PERSONS REGISTERING (Lin it one prize to a family) II On the Racks and Shelves at Spearfish Clothiers You'll Find the Best in Clothing Including: "k Dress Suits Sport Coats Dress Slacks Dress Hats by Stetson and Champ Western Hats by Stetson, Champ and Bailey "k Ladies' Pendleton Jackets and Skirts Sk Men's Pendleton Shirs and Topsters "k Arrow Dress Shirts "k Ties by Wembly and Regal Sk Weyenberg Shoes "k Western Boots by Justin, Hyer and Acme "k Ladies' Moccasins