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the business meeting and a lunchTHE SUNDANCE TIMES C.N. Bray and granddaughter, of pie, ice cream, cake, cookies, Sundance, Wyo. May 23, 1957 Karen Bray, of Gillette visited kool-aid and coffee was served at Sunday at the Claude Bray home. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lincoln and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Gray and the close of the afternoon. Charlotte was adinner guest of family of Buffalo, Wyo. were over- Gary and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Vore are the Mrs. Mabel Vines. Sunday visitors night guests Wednesday at the Clark and girls were in Denver OUR $1R[NfiTH------ parents of an 8 pound, 9 ounce with the Harry Reynolds family Richard Spracklen home. The Tuesday to Friday where Mr. Clark baby boy, born at the St. Josephs were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Reynolds Lineolns then spent until Sunday consulted a doctor. hospital in Deadwood May 17. and boys, Judy Bernd and Mary with Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Lincoln Miss Wynn Hooper arrived Sat- Mother and baby are reported do- Ann Gladstone. on their farm near Sundance. ing fine. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Petera and urday from Paradise, Calif. for an Mr. and Mrs. Clark Allen visited extended visit with her sister and Roy Follum from Spearfish set children spent Sunday with Mr. up a TV booster antenna near and Mrs. Woodrow Vote and ram- Mrs. Robert Vore at St. Joseph's husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Beulah last week. On Friday eve- ily. hospital in Deadwood Sunday. Ferdinand. ning several people gathered at Saturday dinner guests at the the Frank Tauck home to watch Emory George ranch were Delos Week of May 26 to June 2 TV. The booster does help, but Plato, Noel Edwards, Mrs. Gene WE TAKE EGGS IN TRADE proclaimed by the offi- it was a temporary try out and Kipp, Mary Gary, Ricky and Bon- our government, local, isn't hooked up to the power as hie. Sunday visitors included Mr. For prices you can afford, bring your repair work and welding nationally; by the Secre- yet. and Mrs. David Seeley, Lenard andto us. All work guaranteed. and by the Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blakeman, Vernon, Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. ALADDIN STORE & REPAIR SHOP the churches throughout Billy and Roger visited the Jesse Williams, Kris Gay, Mr. and Mrs. Aladdin, Wyo. m cooperation with the Singleton family at Sturgis, S. D. Marty Osgard and children. of Soil Con- on Sunday. The Singletons now The men have been busy haul- District to be celebrated live at Hamilton, Mont. but came ing wheat to Belle Fourche in* be- p Week." Near- to Sturgis for their daughter Shir- tween showers. A couple inches will dedicate either ley's graduation. Mr. and Mrs. of rain has been reported in some the 2nd as "Soil Stew- E. J. Svoboda, Hulett, and Mrs. Places Lday." Harlan Williams and granddaugh-~" ...... __~___ A J ODE ] FOOD . Fugue, President of the ter from Oshoto were other rela. Association of SCD's, tires visiting them. They all en. jI~JvPI P rather uniquely: joyed dinner at the Charles ..... S/TI/'~:)L--1.~ ~/-~/-v, rues when I am riding Lindbo home. (May 23) -~ - often at altitudes of The Beulah school held their Vane Cooke and Vic French were our miles - I look down picnic up Spearfish Canyon at t~e callers at the Mel Storms home crops and grazing lands Rough Lock picnic grounds on Tuesday. Sunday. Everyone had an enjoy- Harry Fleming is working at broad areas scarred by able day. the Devils Tower. and 'the white Or grey The men and women bowlers John O'Brian and Searl Beech- SLY~S GROCERY of sterile sub-soil where from Spearfish and the Dramatics ing of Belle Fourche were Alva topsoil is left.e t Club from there held their ban- visitors Sunday. thought usually com s 'o fluets at the Royal' Club here at Rev. ~Troyer of Billings, Mont. ?h!s must be the way that Beulah Friday evening, was a visitor at the Merlin O'Haver :S~Pon what we have done Mr. and Mrs. Royal Mills Sr. home and delivered a very interest- gift of soil. spent Saturday and Sunday at the ing sermon Sunday at the Alva ~!.ght can only bring sad- Den Baldwin home in Spearfish church. turn. m Canyon. Beryl Morris of Newcastle was I think of the many ore Junior Mills, Frank Simons and in Alva on Saturday. He came of People who year by Dick Courshaine spent a couple of through the Peaks from Sundance. alove into our nation and days fishing at Lake DeSmet near Mr. Kirtpatrick and son are mov- Id'. Statisticians say the Buffalo over the weekend, ing to the Dana Simmons ranch ! / " In this country has pass- -- which theypurehased. BUCK W GRAHAM 70,000,000 mark -- a gain . . ---- -- Hubert Hook, who has been illion in six years. Three Klckbush working for the England Construc- :~ Year! . (M~-~ ,~oj"~ tion Co. at Camp Crook, S. D., was ) fail in our stewardship, .... ...... ) _representing not be too far distan, and rs. Henry nglehaupt vl. elan nun an%' ru Tters were blessed abundance which and Mrs. Harry Reynolds motored Sunday callers at the Vic French I Stockmen's Motor Co. ! our strength may give to Spearfish Friday. That evening home. ~arcfty. Then there may| ~--'~-~----'-----~-- ~ JN |~/N ;illette, WyoA / ~s When good crops will a0Ugh to meet our needs. EW AND U ED CARS ND TRUCK ~g at our farms and ranch- ~ high above makes me [ !tain than ever that there-------" ------'--- -'--" ~ ' " I .~ota'ely cneeived charge t ]use God's land wisely,j /]! II I have moved to Gilleffe fromI ' ~sa it on in better condi- VAi&/I I/I ~ I M~aus .e ?f the time I J e next generation. [ ~ ~ ~ICE ~,,O~r // I ~ation be neglectfulof its num- I~' I 400. I canbe con- I P of the land and still ~Y religious nation? Can ..... I tacted at the garage. ~.or rancher neglect the [~~-~~'~-~ II ,[ lP f the sil and still beI Family-Size IFRIGIDAIRIE I ~s Person? 18G , ~e" od s earth. We ought I. of us may better realize ardship in the use of His I withthe Trim, New"Built-ln" .~N,, I I SHE,R LOOK I (May 23) ,__~L? T~~;~ ~lah Beavers held their ~ug at the Donald Wendt I 1954 Chevr?let Bel-Air 4-Door ~ada.y evening. 14 mem- I with_trade _ I. ) Id"~'lSS~g wereJan present,Pranter alsoand[ ~t' Regularly $229.95 1 " $1,095 I ~ [0~rago, leader; Mr. and '~el StItz' Mr" and Mrs" I " / " * / I'~ and family, Mr. and e 1954 Ford Crestline Victoria ;,~'? Wendt and girls, Mrs. ~-~akernan and sons. . ~leCl~re from Spearfish Radlo He taer, Overdrive (-_ ~h services here Tuesday ~Zlk Simons and children / $1400 / ,., . IYrtle Mathews were 1954 Cadillac 60 Fleetwood ! ~'2~!ors on Monday. ~'r~a~ Tauck and Mrs. Leo e hOStesses to the "Come t Completely Eq.lpped, Like ~eW I'Y'~re'] birthday club n / $3000 . . I ~' 14 members and one , '~ __ ;:, Claude Prothero, were We have a selection ofabout ' I I :' C, It. Llnan& r st ickups I Electric Stockmen's Motor Co. / ~ I~IIY " SaturdaY ~ ~ Ask Abut Clr at NO extra c't| --I