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" ~efl Mnday for Yellowstone per with the Pcarsons Wednesday July 25-31 We had some more rain. Up to over 3 inches at the Elmer Heetlands. Hail and wind dam- age in places. The worst was at the Bill Sipe ranch. It de- stroyed ~their barn, roofs on oth- er buildings and trees. ~Mr. and ~Irs. /Jester Radcllff had dinner and spent one day with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nickel- son. They leR for thei~ home via Denver on Friday. Elaine Glanzer, Bancroft, school friend, spent the weekend with Cheryl Gels. They and Mrs. Steve Geis were ~aturday din- ner guests at the Chipper Chat- field ~me and then went to the Alien Edwards home to a miscel- laneous shower for Cheryl. Steve and Jim Gels and Alfred and Drew Htrtchinson joined others from Sundance and spent from Wednesday-Saturday in the Big Horns on the F.F.A. trip. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Blumenthal and Mr. and Mrs. A1 Couture- were Sunday visitors at the Jean Carlson home. Jean attended a bridal shower for Joan Jere. miason at the Corral Room in Belle Fourche Tuesday evening. ~Iv. and Mrs. WiUard Viergutz were Thursday evening callers. Gary Brengle helped round up ~orses for Carlsons ,Monday. The family all had dinner there. Billy Sisson and A1 Nelson were callers at the Elmer Heet- lands this week. A nephew and wife and two children, Mr. and blrs. Alvin Heetland, Mt. Rose, South Dakota, visited at the ,El- mer and Edna Heetlands Thurs- day morning. They were touring the Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Hoot- land entertained wRh a picnic Sunday at their home .for Mr. and Mrs. George Wolheuter and sister Eva Wolheuter. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Dilly and Nellie Nairn and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Back, Mr. and Jenks were afternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. Heetland shopped in Belle Saturday evening. ,Mrs. John Rails and Todd were in ~elle Thursday and visited Mrs. ~ess Hunter. She has been hav- ing dental work done in Spear. fish, making two trips a week. Mrs. AI Nelson was hostess at her home for a farewell coffee party ~or Mrs, Edna ~cetland. Guests were Mrs. Alfred Hutch- Inson and Leon, Mrs. Chris Hel- ~ner, Mrs. Elmer Heetland, Mrs. Rails and ,baby, Mrs. Bryce Sager and sons and Fern Nelson. Mrs. Htttchinson, Sager, Heetland and Rails called at the Bill Sipe home. Mrs. Sipe was busy drying out bedding and rugs. The rain ~ew in through the windows. ~ike Hutchinson got home Satur. day from a week at the Metho- dist church camp at Rocker- vitle. The Hutchinsons were ,last Sunday evening dinner guests at the Gene Robinsons. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Mathews and the Bryce Sagers had dinner with the Bert Mathews last Sun- day. Mrs. Eddie Mathews and Mrs. Sager called, at the Dick Mosley home in the morning. In the aRernoon the Eddie Mathews and Sagers roped at the Queen ranch. Mr .and Mrs. Ernest Leitner and Kendall and Mr. and, ~s. Ben Miller spent Friday eve- ning at the Sagers. The Sagers went to Lingle Monday morning and returned Tuesday. They vis. Red Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hergert, Mrs. Sager's parents. Ida Lea ~Me.Knight, Arkansas, visRed the Sagers last Monday. Bryce is ~helplng the ~11sbury Brothers haa] hay from the Divide. The Sage~ had 1~ inches of rain and got l~iled out. Nad~e ~Woed and Anne Klm- ball S~field, California called at :the Willard Viergutz home. Anne was out to see her old home. Other callers during the week were Jean Carlson and .girls, Mr. and Mrs. Hm'ry ~ant and Pay and Otto Carlson. Joan Kylie is reeovering from surgery in the Belle Fourche ~ospit~l. Mary Kylie is visiting at the Leroy Oisen home. Joe is ~omYlng at the Willlard Viergutz e and 'Peter at the Leonard Viergutz home. Becky Viergutz is helping at the Charles Vier- gutz home. Last Sunday Mr, and Mrs. Wes- park. ~'s. Henry Pickerd, Mrs. Kay Dungey and M~s. Frankle Pearson were among those at the school meeting. Ellison Prewie replaced Wayne Wolff on the board. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Dun- gey were dinner guests at the Osloond home Wednesday. It was Mrs. Osloond's birthday. Af- ternoon callers were Mrs. Bill and Mrs. Kenny Sipe, Mrs. John. nie Osloond and Mrs. Nancy and Mrs. Frankie Pearson. Lucille Gertz and John Pearson had sup- evening. The Gary Brengles were callers during the week, al- so Bill Whalen. 17 people were at the Red- water Farm Bureau meeting at the John Whalen home Friday evening. Everyone enjoyed the colored slides which were shown by Mrs. Chris Helmet. Mrs. Larry Ross took Wanda Hejde, Debby Brengle and Chris- ~i Ross to the Home Ec judging in Sundance Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Denzin and family were yer On Our -- THURSDAY If you want to make sure you get one of those sweet, tender Model Grocery Fryers, phone your order in Sundance Wednesday evening visitors at the Ross home. Kenny stayed ~or a visit. Larry and Richard Nickelson were visitors during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nickelson had dinner at the Rosses Sunday. The Lloyd Wa~l- aces were afternooon visitors. 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