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Most of us got over an inch of rain this week. Sorry some got hail. There isn't much news this week as many spent most of the week in Sundance at the Fair. It was a good fair and a good crowd. Mr. and Mrs. Frank O, Pearson and son Cecil returned ~rom a trip to Excelsior Springs, Miss- ouri where they took treatments. Mrs. Nell Hauber and children and Mrs. Jack Herman and child- ren, Belle Fourche, visited at the Lloyd Viergutz home Friday. The Viergutzs spent Sunday at the Hauber home. Steve Gels received word that ~his uncle, Guy Clayton passed away. He was a former resident of the Bearlodge country. ,Mrs. Jean Carlson and girls and Mr. and Mrs. A1 Couture and Claude Freeman attended the 4-H play day at the Walter Massie home Sunday . They had a pot luck dinner at noon. Mrs. Cou- ture spent Wednesday - Sunday with the Carlsons. They went home Monday. Abe Blumenthal and Mr. and ,Mrs. Frank Pavlon and 2 daughters, Cottonwood, S. D. were Saturday callers at the Carlson home. The Pavlons will move their trailer house to the Carlsons and work ~or them. The Carlsons and Mrs. Couture were supper guests at the Gary Brengle home Friday in honor of Randy' 'Smith's birthday. All the Pearsons joined them in the even- ing. Mrs. Carlson and girls were at Pearsons for music Monday. Mrs. Kay Dungey visited at the F,d Osloond home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Osloond ,had dinner with the Dungeys Wednesday. Ree Richards spent Wednesday-Fri- day at the Dungeys. Mr. and Mrs. Gayle Weaver were Sunday visitors. Other callers during the week were Henry Pickerd, Larry Ross and Frankie Pearson. Mrs. Dungey and Mrs. Pickerd assis- ted with the judging of open class clothing in Sundance Monday. ,Ronnie and Billy Ross stayed with the Don Denzins during the Fair. Christi got a blue r~bbon on her feeder calf and the boys red. Maurtce IIauber had supper with the Piekerds Sunday. The Plckerds Sunday. The Pickerds had dinner at the Albert Pickerd home Sunday and visited the Mal- colm Buehers in the afternoon. Howard Piekerd, John Moline, Kenn and Bill Sipe and Rocky Hopeon went to Casper Monday o register for school at the Junior College. Mr. and Mrs. Dungey were Friday evening visit- ors. Mrs. Gordon Shoemaker was a caller at the Frankie Pearsons Monday Frankie cut the weeds along the road to the highway and he and John Whalen had coffee with Mrs. Oscar Lakso. Mrs. Dungey and Mrs. Pickerd called on Nancy Pearson for her birthday Tuesday. John Pearson and Lucelle Gertz were afternoon visitors. The Gary Brengle fam- ily and Faye and Randy Smith had ice cream and coffee and spent the evening at the Pear- sons in honor of Nancy Pearsons birthday. Bill and George Whal- en and Charles Pearson got back from their camping trip Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kay Dungey and Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Pearson had supper in Beulah Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Shoemaker were Saturday night and Sunday night visitors at t~he Pearsons. Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Madden spent Sun- day there. They all and Charles and Faye Smith went to the rodeo in Sundance in the after. noon. Congratulations to Ray Mar- chant and Jim Gels for receiving the purple ribbons on their live- stock. Aug. 15 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moeller were visitors in and around Beuah on Wednesday. They were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mathews and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Kuenne, also calling on the Ger- ald Blakemans later in the even- ing. They were overnight visit- tars of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Craw- ford and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tauck were visitors along with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nonnas, in Sioux Falls, S. D. last week, they visited the Cliff Island and Frank Island families and other relatives while there. Mrs. Gerald Blakeman return- ed home last Friday evening from Maurine, S. D. where she had been helping cook at an Indian Bible camp along with Rev. and Mrs. Vernon Badgett, Mrs. Kathernie Huber of Lem- COW POKES By Ace Reid "Maw, you wanted to have a picnic under shade flees on the bank of a creek.., wal, here we arer' Looking for something better? See us about a loan to finance your project. mon, S. D. and Mrs. Doris Brier of Dupree. Gerald Blakeman wes also a Camp helper on Tues. and Wed. of that week. Dr. Charles Linander of Spear- fish held church services at Beulah two weeks ago on Sunday. Rev. Badgett was an overnight visitor of the Gerald Blakeman's on Monday, Aug. 8th. He and Gerald made a business trip to Lead, S. D. in the evening. Mrs. Gerald Blakeman was hostess to a Stanley party at her home on Tuesday, Aug. 9th. Twelve ladies and three children were in attendance. Miss Rose Ike was a visitor of her aunt, Mrs. Gerald Blakeman, the last of the week. Mrs. Dorothy Griswald of Belle Fourche visited at the Fred Willert home on Tuesday evening. The Beulah Beavers 4-H club .held a special meeting at StoWs on Tuesday and worked on their floats for the Fair. Mrs. Bert Mathews held a pink and blue shower for Mrs. Eddie Kuenne at her home on August 5. Several ladies were in atten- dance and Pat received many use- ful gifts. Mrs. Stella Howes was a Beulah visitor during the week, staying at the Tauck home, while they were away and calling on friends while here. Chas. and Bessie Guidinger were in Rapid City the first of last week, where Chas. had a check-up at the clinic. A band of 150 motorcyclists went through Beulah on Thurs- day going to the Dveils Tower. Mrs. Hilma Saair attended the Echo hill motel and care, while Mrs. Ruth LaFayette and family vacationed in the Big Horn mts., last week. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Blakeman Rick and Russell visited Mrs. W. H. Blakeman in Sundance Sunday evening. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hauber and son of New the Crook county and had dinner her's sister and Mrs. Walter day. 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