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T By Norma Bernd elephone AT 3-2431 Paha Rebekah Holds Memorial Services were present at the of Wi Wicippi Lodge in Sundance evening at which time services were held for members of the lodge Ward Cure, Noble Grand duets entitled "Smiles" and to the Flag" were played George Richards and Mrs. the business meeting, made to hold initiation meeting June 14. were served at the meeting by Mrs. George Mrs. Roger Rathbun and Rathbun. Blue Shower Mrs, Walter Bond Robinson and Mrs. To Be August Bride Mr. and Mrs. Glen T. Gordon of Rapid City have announced the engagement of their daugh- ter, Shirley Mac, to S-Sgt. Rob- err B. Quint, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Quint of Sundance. The couple will be married were co-hostesses and blue shower held for Wednesday, May Howard Robinson home. decorations included a decorated with pink bows, is stationed at Ellsworth Air table with baby Force Base. June 25 at Rapid City. Miss Gordon is a 1953 grad. uate of Rapid City high school. Sgt. Quint graduated from Sun- dance high school in 1949 and p_ __ |. I Attending BHTC graduation ex- mother, Mrs. Loyce Weigeldt. e~o~ |Terns l ercises in Spearfish Friday were Baby Elm Kokesh is staying at the .......... I Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hughes, Cecil Dearie Hutcbins home while his , mr. aria mrs: TeO l~ounas aria/ Hughes, who is visiting from mother is away. zamiJy attenoea a snow in ~eiie~ Snrin~field Va" Mrs Clyde Mrs. Leonard Snook and Mrs. Fourche Sunday ancl called on Mr ~ ~ _~' ~s_^-'.^,, :_~ ~__ "" n ......... "1 Hugh ........ ~,.~.~,~ u.u '~'~'1 Richard Hooper were Friday busi- rtou us aun[, mrs. ~cma tsusn D ........... " . [ cane H. Bryan. Jack Hughes, son Hess callers in Deadwood. . lvlr. anti Mrs. Anuy ~'OnCKy an.a{of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hughes of 1van l elt weanesaay 1or Ft. t2ol-[Moorcroft' and brothers to Willis/! DR. H. GO'D v. | | Jins, t~oio, to visit their son and land Cecil Hughes was a member la~iyl,y' TMhr ;o~dck~Isr~heRbe~tveP~ of the graduating class., i DORLAND ] Laramie where they attended grad- Mrs. Charles Kokesh, Mike, Pat- J 0PT0IEETRIST I uation exercises held there Man- ty and Charles left Friday for ........... day. [ Denver to visit Mrs. Kokesh s I Phone 480 IBelle l~ourehe Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lincoln and Delores visited Henry Lincoln and Mrs. Da'e Fraser at St. Jo- seph's hospital in Deadwood Sun- day. We're Proud As A Monday luncheon guests of Mrs. Harold Torrey were Mrs. Vernon Semsey and Mrs. Emory Miller. Mrs. Ted Rounds and daughters Grace Marie and Teddy Jean spent ruov .A~u41" Our Saturday with Mrs. Rounds' par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. V. M. French, of Alva. Mrs. Waiter Bond received word that her husband was transferred * Plow Work last week from Camp Drum, N. Y. Arc and Acetylene lIT IA; ,, to Ft. Dix, N.J...e...ns Mr. and Mrs. Glen Roberts and "~ Truck and Tractor Repair son Leon of Cheyenne were Sunday * AUto Tuneups guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ferdinand. Complete Equipment for Portable Mrs. Tom Hooper visited in Gil- Service lette Thursday-Friday at the home of her sister and family, Mr. and around it. Mrs. Fred Vines. Also visiting at Maintenance Service the Vines home at that time was games were played Mr. and Mrs. Don Gose Hosts another sister of Mxs. Hooper, were awarded to win- At Square Dance Party Harry L. Garman Mrs. Gaylord th'ather of San Fran- were served Mr. and Mrs. Don Gose of Car- cisco, Calif. Mrs. Prather is the Carlile, Wyo. of the afternoon by lile were hosts at a square dance party held at their farm Saturday former Ethel Mary MacPherson. were included on the night. Following an evening of guest list. dancing, refreshments were served ---'- by the hostess. Kanede Present at the party were Mr. 4th Birthday and Mrs. Alvin Reimer, Mr. and ass Kanode and Mrs. Frank Mrs. Joe Drus, Mr. and Mrs. John were co-hostesses at a Seyfang, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Met- Party held in the Frank calf, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hewes, home Sunday for Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Canfield, Mr. daughter Claudette on and Mrs. Don Policky and Mr ........ birthday. Gose's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vern- Were passed out to the ie Gose, and his brother and fatal- and the afternoon was lly, Mr. and Mrs. Nell Gose, all of games. After Claud-Upton. her gifts, the tradition- birthday cake and ice served by the hostess-N, Ellis Mattox, present included Mrs. M.V. and Cheryl, Marl- Eye, Ear, Nose and Peggy and Nelda Throat Cecil Crago and Rus- Office Hours - 10 a.m. - 4 pan. Ted Glover and Sandra, ~d Dale Blakeman, Tom- 6531/~ Main Street Mrs. Claude Dillon and Deadwood, S. D. Kiser. "I ought to know; I'm the guy who pays the bills - Dad. We profit in many ways; in satisfaction and contentment from GOOD FOOD, wRhout waste; in big savings from EVERY-DAY LOW PRICES; GOOD HEALTH from the best iin quality; in FREE DELIVERY that saves us time and car expense. We never have to worry about weekend specials. We eat better and have more money left at the end of each month. What more could you ask? I'm proud of THE BOSS (that's my wife, who's also the treasurer) because she started us off trading at MODEL GROCERY. Why don't you give it a try mnce, Wyo. in June? YOU CAN'T LOSE!" the Courtroom at the Courthouse _ I I III 'll Ill I This will be an ,important eeting to decide on the mill levy i Richard Snider0 Ph. 3-1041 WE DELIVER Sundanee, Wyo. i Bill Hughes