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May 31, 1956

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Cross Aids ires With in Funds County chapter of Red Cross revealed that financial assistance the nine families affect- Bryan building fire to- county disaster said the financial aid ~r food, rent, household , medicine and clothing. Lotal assistance, the na- Cross furnished $735.40 chapter $100. the national organiza- into the picture when more families are affected a national disaster which than a county chapter can Hughes was Harry Wil- Cheyenne, field direc- kmerican Red Cross for said the Red Cross want- the help given by county residents funds and dana- the Red Cross itself give complete aid. Four Corners (May 31) Mrs. Pete Kudlock departed Wednesday, May 16 for a two-week vacation in Arkansas, while there she plans to attend a niece's wed- ding and visit other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mayberry and Charles Dutcher were callers in Belle Fourche Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Perino and family were business callers in Newcastle Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hollingsworth were business callers in Sundance Tuesday. Mrs. Norman Johnson and son were visiting relatives and friends on Skull Creek the latter part of the week. Mrs. Sherman Sevenson and daughter are visiting her father, August Jonasson, and brother, Al- bert. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Farely and Nora Farely were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Perino Thurs- day. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rawhouser were business callers in Belle Fourche Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dutcher and family were social callers of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mayberry Tues- day evening. Charles stayed to spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Art Taylor were callers of Mr. and Mrs. Jay May- berry Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Perino and family were social callers of Mr. and Mrs. John Perino Monday af- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dewey were callers in Gillette Thursday. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Felix Per- ino entertained Mr. and Mrs. Karl Thoeming, "Chuckle", Minnie Zan- oni, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mayberry, Charles Dutcher, Fred Perino and Bob Tavegia. Black Buttes (May 31) Mrs. Bertha Queen and Mrs. Betty Torrence and girls visited with Mrs. Jim Ross one day last week. Miss Karen Roberts left for Newcastle last week where she has a job in a care. Mrs. Ellis Hemler is spending a month visiting with her mother, Mrs. Freda Peterson and family. Ellis returned to Worland last Sun- day. June Craig and Fairy Chittim returned to Newcastle Sunday af- ternoon after spending several days at the Peterson home. Mrs. Harry Clingan is staying with her son Merle while he is busy lambing. Mrs. Annie Erickson is helping Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lappe pack for their departure from this neighborhood. She will return to her home in Newcastle this week. Mrs. Lyle Brunson and baby are home now. The baby has had a little stomach disorder but is bet- ter at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fowler and son Guy were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Smith one evening last week. J. C. Christen- sen visited with the Nels Smiths one day last week while on his way to Belle Fourche. A week ago Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clingan and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lappe. This Sunday the Lappes and Mrs. Annie Erickson visited with the Clingans. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ross and Bessie went to Gillette Wednesday eve- ning where Jim purchased a saddle ho~se. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ross of Gillette were overnight guests of the Jim Ross family Saturday. Merle Clingan and his mother, Announcing another big Plym-outh contest. Sundanco, Wyo. May 31, 1956 Mrs. Harry Clingan, Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Clark and Oliver Clark were Friday night callers at the Straitor Clark home. Wesley Mendenhall and Harry Hitzel of Belle Fourche also were callers that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Livingston and family were in Sundance shop- ping Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rail and son Bob have moved to the Helen Smith ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pfleger moved to Beulah. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Tenke and family were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Englehaupt in Spearfish Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. John Tenke and Leslie have moved back to the ranch as Leslie has completed his school term in Spearfish. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Clark of Osage were Sunday visitors at the N. S. Clark home. Dr. C. H. Llnandar DENTIST 741 Fifth St. lqz. 474 Spearfls & D Plate, Jackpot , IN 446 2nd prize: $10,000 in cash 3rd prize: $5,000 in cash 4th prize: $1,000 in cash 442 OTHER BIG PRIZES 2 prizes of $500 100 prizes of $100 40 prizes of $200 300 prizes of $50 You can enter if you own ANY car. Nothing to buy Easy to enter!. 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