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Wranglers 4-H Club record books for the year. Records for Year The next session of the club Carlile Wranglers 4-H club will be held Oct. 10 at the Errett held its monthly meeting Haptonstall home. Roll call will Fritz Schleuning home. be answered by telling what next members finished their year's projects are to be. Devils Tower looming in Sen. Joseph C. addresses the crowd persons at the Devils 50th anniversary celebra- ahoney told the audience he was impressed by what had been sai6 during the celebration. O'Mahongy also asked the au- dience if it would accept an al- teration of the name of the na- tional monument frolla Devils Tower to Finger of God. Milward Simpson is De~s Tower National Monu- as he delivered the mont. to the state of Wyo- Simpson, who was unable to the celebration held remain for the entire event, told at Devils Tower observ- the audience he and Mrs. SimP- ' 50th anniversary of son were delighted to be able to participate in the celebration. Committees are Miller Creek Named by Junior (Sept. 27) FHA Members Mr and Mrs. S. E. Lanning and granddaughter Linda were last Committees for the new school Sunday and overnight guests of year were decided upon last Fri- their daughter, Mrs. Bill ttabeck, day at a meeting of the Sundance and family. Mrs. Minnie Tomp- junior FHA chapter, kins of Butte, Mont., Mrs. Alden The committees and committee Olson and Otto Habeck were also members are: Sunday guests. Program- Betty Pickerd, chair- Dean Conzeln~an spent Tuesday man; Corinne Hewes, Shirley evening at Tuff Vore's. Wendt. Mrs. Bill Habeck was a Sundance Publicity Linda Lorenzen, shopper Thursday evening. chairman; Maxine Jones. M[s. Chesney Rathbun and Jen- Finance - Pat Crago, chairman; hie Lea were Spearfish business Carol Schleichardt, Elizabeth 01- visitors Saturday. Ken Hutchins and Hal Oudin son. Recreation - Nelda Dillon, chair- man; Cheris Waugh, June Myers. Parliamentary - Lorna Collins, chairman; Charlotte Glover. Scrapbook Martha Keyser, chairman; Glenneta Jones, Heather Hayward. Evaluation - Donna Mollenbrink, chairman; Eva June Chatfield, Dian Olson. A few club members were ab- sent and will decide later on the committees on which they will serve. After the meeting, ea~l" co~n- mittee held a short session and reported on what activities they will work on. Chapter members also discussed the junior FHA float for home- coming. trucked wheat to Belle Fourche last week. Mr. and Mrs. Denny Nicholson, Mrs. Walter Nicholson were Sun- day callers at the Bill Russell home. Erncst and Herman White and Norman Allen were Sunday guests at the Will Eaton home near Wes- ton. Mr. and Mrs. Will Oudin, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin were Spear- fish visitors Monday where the former consulted a doctor. Clyde Olson was a business vis- itor in Sundance Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hutchins and daughter, Mrs. Roger Rathbun, de- parted for Oregon Tuesday in re- sponse to a message that Ken's mother had passed away. We ex- tend sympathy to the family. Sundanee Odd Fellows Hold Regular Session Ten members of Sundance Lodge No. 18, I.O.O.F. attended the regular meeting of the lodge Mon- day night. Routine business was discussed during the meeting. Members were reminded of the district meeting to be held Satur- day at 8 p.m. in Gillette. Oregon Woman, Former Resident, Dies Sept. 24 Personal Items George Shay and Tom Thain of Billings, Mont. were Sunday visit- ors at the Edwin Rounds home. They also attended the 50th anni- versary celebration at Devils Tow- er. Thain, who was born and raised in Sundance, is a former Johnson county senator. He now owns the General Custer Hotel in Billings. Shay, owner of the Northern Hotel in Custer, isa brother of Mrs. Del Storm, formerly of Hulett, and Mrs. Rita Grimm, the former Rita Thain, Los Angeles, who taught Smo]cey S D's : ONE OF TNE NATION 5 BEST INVESrM E NQ S-YOUR NATUI: ,L RESOUP, CE... CALLED TREESt here for several years, Mrs. Mont Hutchins, mother of / Kenneth Hutchins of Sundance, died Sept. 24 in Portland, Ore. Luther~in Church Calendar Mrs. Hutchins, the former Lora Sunday, Sept. 30: Provant, was a dormer resident of 8:30 a.m., Worship Service. Sundance, leaving here about 37 9:30 a.m, Sunday School. years ago. Tuesday, Oct. 2: Sunday school teachers meeting, ing the meeting. Pays off in attractiveness, plea~- nrd and hard cash . . . but you got to protect them from tirol Weather The readings: Max. Min. Prec. Sept. 18 .............. 78 44 0 Sept. 19 ............. 82 44 0 Sept. 20 ............. 93 55 0 Sept. 21 ............ 83 53 0 Sept. 22 ......... L.59 33 0 Sept. 23 ........... 72 31 0 Sept. 24 _'. ........... 80 43 0 Shamrock Homemakers Club Holds Regular Session The Shamrock Homemakers club held its regular meeting Sept. 11 at Sunny Divide hall with Crystal Rathbun and Florence Hutchins as co-hostesses. Eleven members attended the meeting. Roll call was answered with bright sayings of children. Mrs. Laura Laney of Seattle, Wash. was a guest. The club discussed the annual Hallowe'en party and decided to hold an old fashioned barn dance this year. Committees for the event are: Opal Oudin, refresh- ments; Florence Hutchins, enter- tainment; and Norma Olson, Rae Olson, Leora Myers, Crystal Rath- bun, Cora Smith and Velma Eaton, decorations. Music will be the local "jam" orchestra and records ......... Clara Mac Hedge~ w~ be ~o hostess for the next meeting. A plastic party will be held with Mrs. Freida Brimmer as demon- strator. Florence Hutchins gave a flow- er arrangement demonstration dur- On sale here, will help you keep the accounts L necessary for income tax purposts. I.t is simple to keep yet provides the record required by the federal government. ' ! ere! you, too, can't reduce the amount of in- I See if