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May 31, 1956     The Sundance Times
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Personal Items Saturday evening callers at the Calvin Hayward home were Wal- H. N. Robinson of Bailey, lace Boulden and Mrs. P. L. Liamos ~e( to her home Thurs- of Newcastle. Donna Hayward, having spent the past who had spent the past week visit- visiting her son Howard ing in Newcastle with her grand- and family, parents, also returned home that Bond and children evening with her grandfather and Walter Bond were busi- aunt. a-- in Rapid City, Monday. Kepp, Rapid City, S. D. A shop a~ Mrs. C. F. Hawken for women. Post office block next r( yrington Sunday ta get to Red Owl grocery. Thin things in pretty summer dresses are need. :e 1 s mother, Mrs. C. G. ed now and you will see them here Who will visit them this in voiles, Swisses, tissues and loads Mrs. Hawken had ac- Mr. and Mrs. Edward~ of pretty summer materials. You from California to Tor- can be cool and look well dressed Where the Hamiltons will Hamilton's parents, Mr. w. I. Potter. They will Tuesday to attend of Mrs. Hamilton's Banks from Colorad( up in these smart hot weather things. New separates, too, and they are from Florida, bright and pretty. Lots of play clothes for all kinds of outdoor wear, and won- derfully low in price. Come see. Bill Kokesh spent a few days Mrs. Willis Clark anaround Sundance over Memorial Day. He returned to Cheyenne Haven were Friday Thursday. guests at the Don Policky Guests from Tuesday until Wed- nesday of Marion Thompson were Mrs. Everett Fowler Mr. and Mrs. Frank Supon and ~n Guy and Mike Lind- as Saturday where the family of Pine Bluffs and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Percival and Billy of Spend the week at Boys" Lusk. and Mrs. John Lindsey to Douglas next Sat- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Graham and get the boys. family left Tuesday for Huron, and family spent Saturday to Thursday on a combined business! I and pleasure trap to Afton, Wyo.~ Miss Sherry Robinson was a guest over the weekend at the home of her fiance Carl Bisgaard and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bisgaard of Nisland, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis were Sunday overnight guests at the Reuben Necklason home near Sun- dance. Dr. and Mrs. T. K. Ahrens and two daughters of Torrington were visitors over the weekend of the 19th at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Sanford of Portland, Ore. arrived Monday to visit for a short time with Mr. Sanford's sister and mother, Mrs. Mamie McAnally and Mrs. Lena Sanford. During the course of their visit, the Sanfords, accom- panied by Mrs. McAnally and Mrs. Lena Sanford will leave for Ne- braska to visit friends and relatives there. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hayward and two daughters will spend the Memorial Day holiday in New- castle visiting at the Wallace Boul- den home. Hayward's daughter Heather will remain in Newcastle with her grandparents to visit-for Mrs. Jack Necklason S. D. where they visited Mr. a week. Stephen spent Friday to Graham's sister, Mrs. Inez Lemon. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Miller and tn Pine Bluffs, Wyo. where From Huron, the Grahams drove Gary attended Memorial Day serv- graduation exercise., to Rochford where they are visit- ices and visited at the D. K. Wiltse high school. Mrs. ink until Sunday with other rela- home in Newcastle Wednesday. s brother, Ray Nuss- rives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Hank Reimer and a member of the grad- Mrs. Lloyd Cole and Susie and]Billy of Casper were weekend s. Mrs. Sidney Harvey drove to Belle guests at the home of Mrs. Rei- tSlranee. L. O. Tracy, Fourche Wednesday to see their liner s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl 3-2613. . niece Delores Kokesh who is in the IKipp and family. Mrs. Calvin Werre anu hospital there. The ladies also l Mrs. O. C. Douglas of Upton ar- Sunday evening call-visited Mrs. Cole's father, Lee Ray Wood home. Hurtt, who lives in Spearfish. took Mrs. Charles Mrs. Wilford Collins, Mrs. Dick and son Kenny to St. Proctor, Mrs. Maurice Classick and hospital in Deadwood Mrs. Sidney Harvey accompanied V~here Kenny underwent by Mrs. Harold Bear of Devils ~ery. Tower, attended the meeting of Mrs. Alfred Vines, Su- the Hulett Rebekah Lodge Friday Becky of Cody, Wyo. evening at which time Mrs. Col- -' guests Friday to Wed- lins', Mrs. Proctor's and Mrs. Bear's Mrs. Vineses p;Lrents, sister, Shirley Wells, was initiated. rs. B. E. Trotter. Expected guests at the Charles [fred Schelldorf, Mrs. Donaldson home for Memorial Day oredt and Mrs. Edith were Mr. and Mrs. John Fitchell, spent Monday to Wed- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fist and la Rock Springs, Wyo. family of Rapid City; Mr. and Mrs. had as delegates Women's Con- ladies brought back given to delegates who the longest distance convention. Vines, Nelda and Banks left Monday Greely, Colo. where the graduation of Jack Banks from Col- College. Ware of Spearfish Iday morning caller at home. Bailey of Los An- a Friday visitor of her aunt and fami- Don Rounds. All high school gradua- in Spearfish that Miss Bailey's sis- a graduate. John Taylor and Sunday dinner guests Marvin Snook and Bill Kokesh of Cheyenne and Mr and Mrs. Glen Donaldson of Cas- per. Mrs. Fitchell and Mrs. Fist are sisters of Mrs. Donaldson. Mrs. Kokesh is Mr. Donaldson's sister. Seven Sundance girls who are members of Jobs Daughters, Bethel No. 5 of Upton attended the regu- lar meeting of the lodge held in Upton Thursday evening. Election of officers was held and a bake sale held Saturday was scheduled by the Sundance girls. Mrs. Carl Mayer accompanied the girls to Upton. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Lorenzen rived Saturday to visit for a short time with her daughter and hus- Grubb and Janet accompanied Mrs. El- on a shopping trip Sturgis and Spear- Mrs. George Richards Day in Hulett Sun- bits. Lee Schloredt and Harry Davis attended at BHTC in Their nephew son of Mr. and Mrs. of Belle Fourche of the graduating then motored to where they were at the George Prid- ~lrs. Henry Piekerd of Sunday dinner guests Torrey home. Semsey of New- Mr. and Mrs. and Gary, Mr. and Semsey and John City Sunday where fished and visited of Mr. Miller's aunt, spend the week visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Duca and family were Sunday guests of Mrs. Duca's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Sisson of Moorcroft. Mrs. Frank Humphrey and Mrs. Dorman Ewing and children were Friday shoppers in Spearfish. Sunday guests at the Les Hooper home were Mrs. Hooper's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Coffee of Rapid City. Mr. and Mrs. John Gering of Deadwood were business callers in Sundance Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hejde and Kathleen attended graduation ex- ercises over the weekend at Lara- mie where their son Chester grad- uated from the University of Wyo- ming. They also visited Mr. and, Mrs. Irvin Hejde at Ft. Collins Saturday. to give you I { ust0m T Suner-Cu on U~ ""r- Better blowout protection Better puncture protection Longer mileage More recaps Lower tire-cost per mile SEE US NOW FOR TOP TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES- BUY NOW ON EASY TERMS band, Mr. and Mrs. John Binney. Dale Blakeman, son of Mr. and MORE PEOPLE RIDE ON GOODYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND Mrs. Frank Blakeman, underwent minor surgery at Good Samaritan hospital in Spearfish Wednesday, ~ ~May 23. Cr00k County A group from Sundance who at-~~ R W tended the 25th anniversary cele- bration of Pine Cone Chapter No. efine 41, OES of Hulett Tuesday evening Ph. 3-1015 Sundance, Wyo. the 22nd included Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Frank Shewey, Mrs. Ulric Hawken, Mrs. Harry Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry 0udin and Mrs. Sam Sewell of Osage. HAIL Insurance. L. O. Traey, Phone AT 3.2613. Sunday dinner guests at the Andrew Clark home were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Gray and Gary. Call- ers in the afternoon were Oliver Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Clark and Miss Maxine Petersen. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Kipp and daughters Sherry and Shirley vis- ited at the home of Mrs. Kipp's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Watts of Hulett Sunday. The Kipp girls !remained at the Watts home to --- Garden, Rose & Vegetable Dust -- Black Leaf 40 -- Bordeaux Mixture -- Weedone --- Isotox Garden Spray --- Rose Spray Bombs -- Push-Button Charcoal Lighters -- Aerosol Insect Bombs -- Ortho Lawn Sprayer -- Colorado 44 Insect Spray -- Moth Proof Bombs Sundance Phone AT 8-1265 I June 2 is our fifth birthday and we are celebrating by making i these and other wonderful values possible for you. Pepperell CAb Blankets - Reg. $3.95 Gauze D,apers - 1 Doz. $2.55 ) All Sizes - Reg. 39c Pr. 4 Pr.- Crochet Threads - Reg. 29c Pharmacy Sundanc , Wyo. "A" BALLOONS FOR THE KIDDIES "A" DOOR PRIZES One pair of nylon hose free to each mother or grandmother with a purchase of $3.00 or more and this coupon. "Home of Better Brands" Spearfish, S. D.