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The Sundance Commercial Club will meet Friday, Aug. 5 at 6:30 p.m, in the Elkhorn Cafe. Main business will include completion of plans for ~the Com- munity Day Feed during the Crook County Fair. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Bill Habeck at- tended a special meeting of the and Auxiliary Wednesday evening in Sundance. Friday afternoon callers at the Bill Ha- b~k home included Mr. and Mrs. King Olson, Otto Habeck, George Kreber, Emerson Pick- erd and Tommie and Walter Yore. Walter Vore was a Friday evening supper guest of Habecks. Bill Habeck called at Walter Vore's Saturday afternoon and they called at the Jim Habeck ranch. ,Mrs. ClarabeUe Carter .and Mrs. Reynard Mills called on ;Mrs. Bill Habeck Saturday when lhey planned the Farm Bureau float for the fair parade. Tom- my Cooper spent Friday and Sat- urday at the Bill Habeck home. ~Ir. and Mrs. Bud Cooper and family were Saturday evening supper guests of Rabeck's and Tommy returned home with his ~parents. Phil lip Habeck will vis- it Tommy Cooper a few days. Reno Lytle did road work for Habeck's Friday. Reno Lytle, ~owell Buffington and Jennie P~thbun were Friday dinner guests at the Bill Habeck home. ~Vlr, and Mrs. Bill Habeck attend- ed church in Sundance Sunday and were dinner guests of Mrs. Bill Waiters and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Habeck. Sunday, July 24, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carr and Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Trego called at ~he ,Leo Rail home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Littlle and Mr. and Mxs. Ralph Little and c~ldren were supper guests of Rails the same evening. Phil- ip Habeck called at the Leo Rails during the week. Floyd and Connie Cart were Sunday morn- ing callers at the Leo Rail home. Bonnie Zimmerschied was an overnight guest at the Reno Lytle home Tuesday. ~rs. Reno Lytle and Ruth were Sundance callers $~riday and Mrs. Lowell Bttfflng- ton visited ~.rs. Rlanche Cole and at the Vie Cole home. Nor- man Lytle accompanied .the FFA boys on a Imek-in- `fishing trip in the Big Horns from Wednes- day tiUl Saturday. Kenny Rath- bun spent Monday at Lytles and ~r. and Mrs. Roger Ratl~bun and ~mily called at ~ytles in ~he eve. ning. Charley Schoepp combined and delivered wheat to Belle Four- the du~ing the week. ,Penn Smitll accompanied Ern. eat White to Sundanee Friday at- ternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Penn Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Hal Ou- din, Shelby and Murray Moeller enjoyed camping and fishing at the Keyhole ,Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Minnich and Mrs. Lucy Minnich were Sunday evening callers July 24 at the White home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and Danny and Ernest White callled at the Char- ley Schoepp home Wednesday evening. Buster Allen and children vis- Red Saturday evening at the Herb Minnich "home. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Minnich took Mrs. Lucy ~innich o her home in Casper Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Barnes and daughters called at the Hal Oudin home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schleichardt, Mr. and Mrs. `Hal Oudin, Shelby and Murray Moeller called at the Barnes home Thursday evening. Leala Nicholson visited the Barnes girls during the week. Gwen Roadifer has been visiting at the Barnes home also. ,Mr. and Mrs. Denny Nicholson and `family, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Barnes and family and Mr. and Mrs. Louverne Nicholson were guests at the Walter Nicholson home for a barbeque supper Sat- urday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nicholson held a dinner Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Louverne Nicholson and family who left Monday for 51is- ~ouri where they are moving. Attending the Sunday dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Barnes and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Den- ny Nicholson and family, the hon- orees and the hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Huseby and family brought Mr. and Mrs. Louis Huse- by to the Nicholson mill Sunday afternooon. Mr. and Mrs. Huse- by plan to accompany the Lou- verne Nicholson family to Mis- souri and visit awhile. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Engelhaupt and family were dinner guests at the Chet Hejde home Wednesday. Dottle Engelhaupt was taken to Sundance Wednesday evening for medical attention, she received a severe cut on her ankle wi, th a scythe. Joe Engelhaupt, Joey and Jerry made a business trip to Belle Fourche Saturday. Aug 1, 1966 Harold Schelldorf was a busi. hess visitor in Gillette Thursday. Fred Schulze hauled hay from the Schelldorf ranch one day during the week. A1 Schelldorf was a Friday evening visitor. Miss Cheryl Chatfield accom- panied Mrs. Roger Rathbun to Rapid City Monday of last week. The Rathbun ~amily were visitors during the evening, also Miss Jennie Rathbun of Casper, John and Gary Snider were Tuesday callers and Mrs. Ed Blakeman of Carlile was an afternoon visitor. Mrs. Fritz Chatfield visited her mother, Mrs. ~Marie Andersen and E. B. Chatfield at ,the hos- GO modem with a new REMINGTON or HICK ELECTRIC RAZOR Today's electric razors cut the meanest beards - - short and smooth. Check our selection tomor- rOW. ELECTRIC RAZOR REPAIR Batteries for Hearing Aids Sundance pital Saturday. She and Cheryl were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. E. B. Chatfield. Mr. and Airs. Paul Cummings left Saturday for Ekalaka, Mon- tana by reason of the death of Mrs. Cummings' brother.in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cummings and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Seeley at- tended the funeral on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cummings vis- ited Mrs. Lloyd Cole at the hos- pital in Rapid City Friday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Butts and family of Des Moines In., visited the~Cummings familes Tuesday and Wednesday. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard Cummings and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Brunson and baby were Saturday overnight visitors at the Chas. Cummings home. ,Mrs. Chas. Chatfield accompa- nied by Mrs. Jerry Grenwood and son visited at the John Thorn home in the New ,Haven area ~Wednesday. Mr. and Airs. Chat- field were business visitors in Belle Fourche during the week. Mr. and Mrs. John Thorn, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Willey and Marsh of Hulett were Thursday dinner guests at the Chatfield home and Mrs. E. B. Chatfield and Miss ~uth Frolander were evening visitors. Mrs. Steve Gels and Cheryl of Aladdin and the lat- ter's room mate from Rapid City were Saturday dinner guests at the Chatfield home and in the afternoon the ladies attended a bridal shower for Miss Gels at the Allen Edwards home. Sunday dinner guests were Mrs. John Thorn, Messrs. Gayle Potter and Carter of Gillette. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Kennedy and Harold took Joe Perkins to Newcastle Sunday of last week where he took the bus for Mus- kogee, Oklahoma. The Kennedy ,family visited at the J. C. Van- Sickle home in Newcastle during the afternoon. They attended school meeting Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and Danny and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pot- ter were recent visitors at the Kennedy home. Mr. and Mrs. `Herman Habeck were visitors at the Jim Habeck home during the week. Bill Ha- Subscribe to The Times Helen Lake and family. Judy was at the Roger Rathbun home Tuesday for 4-H sewing. John Snider was a Tuesday overnight ,guest of Ren Pulse and on Wed- nesday went with ,the ~FA on a fishing trip to ,the Big Horns. They returned home Satnrday. Richard Snider observed his birthday Thursday with a fam- ily dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Chatfield and Lee Crosby were Friday dinner guests. Judy Sni- der attended 4~H `Home Ec judg- ing Saturday and was a guest of THE Wyo. Carla Hughes and Mrs. family of Mesa, Mrs. J. W. Snider Chapman and Miss of Upton were guests at ,the Wyman nes visitor in town week. Mrs. was a caller the the week. W. F. Newlsnd Founder Established 181LS Jemes I. am GOOD CATTLE REASONABLY GREENWOOD RANC NEWLAND & SON COLONY, WYOMING REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE for beck and Walter Vore were Sat- urday afternoon coffee guests and JOE BURKE, busTnessman and ,Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Chatfield and served two terms on the ir0[ 'Mr. and Mrs. John Thorn were Ways and Means Commtttee Sunday evening visitors. Fritz state legislature. He has first-ha Chatfield cut grain at the Habeck perience in dealing with the pr( ranch during the week. and financial needs of the State0 Mrs. E. B. Cbatfield was a Wednesday supper guest of Mrs. JOE BURKE promises to use h[~ Vern Ferdinand. Members of ence to see that~very penny.T the Chat`field families, Tom Wolf- dollar will be wisely spen! and ~ skill of Barlow Canyon and Miss slst on getting a dollar's valt Patsy Morris of Bafffalo were dollar spent. among those visiting Mr. Chat. :, field at the hospital during the week. Richard Snider attended school meeting Tuesday night and Mrs. PAID FOR BY JOE BURKE FOR GGVERNOR CC~MMITT~'~' Snider and Judy visited Mrs. CHECK FIRST WEST NEWCASTLE PHONE