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September 27, 1956

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COTTAGE Sundance, Wyo. Sept. d. con c, th.o=ediat.,,, , Oehome t euo,,er,,.ob",t,m,i,ht --,o. the new~ years activities began You will find a hearty welcome in progress in Homemaking II. dining, conversation, television We are keeping up with new trends viewing, study and games. Light- n with a Fall Rotmd-up of youn'g to every service of the Methodist in the magazines and have found olier fixtures wilt adjust to any folks on Sept. 16., under the direc- church. Drop in and worship with these interesting items. You can heighth. The "Traveller" lamp family on Friday evening tl r! t~on of Rev. Levi Louderback. us. - create new outlooks by making glides across the ceiling to follow dinner guests of Mr. a Young people of Junior high and Dates to Remember your own draperies in fabrics of an expanding table. Lamps for J" C. Pi,~ciotti. , Mr. and Mrs. J~y Mayber high school age will receive a Sunday school: 9:45 a.m. Celanese as: Fortisan, Acetate, and any decoration scheme or period to Gillette to get a load hearty welcome into this group. Morning worship: 11 a.m. Celaperm. For example, take of furnishings. Meetings are held every Sunday M.Y.F.: 6:30 p.m., Sunday. sheer cafes in 2 colors and fabrics' Projects in progress include: re- Saturday. night at 6:30 p.m. Prayer Circle at Dillavou home: and alternate them. Add to this finishing a bookcase, stand and Forest Bey and Joe ] 65 persons were present at the 2:30 p.m., Tuesday. window a full length heavier drape desk; making curtains for school Alexandria, Minn., John~ reception held at the church Sept. Choir rehearsal: 7 p.m., Tuesday. in a texture called "Fortique." rooms and door; selecting and anna Perino were social 19 for the teachers and school Study club: 2 p.m., Thursday. Yes, our old drapes are going out choosing items for a bedroom at the Felix Perino home board members. The program Official Board the first monday of style, home; painting the walls and ceil. day evening. Joe and was varied and interesting. Every- of the month. Have you seen the new uphol- ing at home and choosing a new attending an REA one reported they had a good 4tree. W,S.C.S. the first Wednesday of stery fabric, Lurex? It comes in color scheme; selecting wallpaper the Sylvan Lake hotel. We appreciate the teaehers and the month, multicolors and is made of a non- and paint to match, and others, lowing evening the Felix school board's efforts to make our tarnishing metallic yarn. Notice family were dinner guest c~ty ' better because our it in the stores. A new decoration at the Sylvan Lake h~ are receiving the best motif -.- the "living rose." It ~{~l~r Corners Mr. and Mrs. John ~'onal opportunities they can gives spirit and dash to a living O.L. Roberts, Steve and give them. Sept. 27, 1956 were inner guests of Mr. I In I meeting of the Ruth and Mrs. R. O. Rice of Upton and room in the form of a wallpaperMr. and Mr~ John Perino, Mrs. John Kudlock and family daughter, Mrs. Arlis Binney, shop- pane. If you Like it in table set- O. L. Roberts, Steve and I)ebbie Fourehe Sunday. Naomi Circle the ladies decided ped in Deadwood Wednesday. tings there are: "Living Rose" din. were social callers of Mr. and Mrs. home cooked foods for Saturday Mr. and Mrs. al c hutch sale Oct. 165 Mrs. Wallace Canfield and child- ner plates by Flintridge china; Felix Perino and family Tuesday Perino entertained Mr. a mt ]~iy! bi ~~r ren, Mrs. Dorman Ewing and faro- Silver Rose flatware in Heirloom evening. fly and Mr. an~L~s. J. J. Fred. Sterling;, and Foitorii Living Rose Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mayberry were Matt Perino, Mrs. Piana i ~t~ ~ d~ in ~ eriksen spent S~ ~ternoon ~is- crysl~l pint stemware. A girl's dinner guests of Mr. and. Mrs. Lee V. Shoemaker. @L New" classes will be- iting at the hb~)f Mr. and Mrs. bedroom is an ideal place to use Mendenhall Monday. Joe Hollingsworth was ~tl~ new quarter, the first Sam Snell in Hulett. this theme. For example, North Mr. an Mrs. Harely Hays of n~ caller /n Newcastle in October. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. American Living Rose Lace for Denver, Colo. were dinner guests de~r j ~ ~ Cq/Ur will be and Mrs. Willis ~es and Dougie windows and a ruffled bed spread, of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Perino Thurs~ . and Mrs. Ted i ~ ~e ttZN~ /~t far were }4Lr. and Mrs. Clyde Hughes Roses in decal or hand painted ap- day, later that day they were so- Betty, Mr. and Mrs. Jay p l : ~ Louderhack or Mr. and Jack of Moorcroft and Cecil pear on the commodes. It looks cial callers of Mr. -and Mrs. J. C. were dinner guests of aZld Mrs, Francis HeJde would like Hughes of Washington~ D.C.like a valentine. - Pisciotti. Felix Perino Sunday. to know what you will have for Mr. and'Mrs. Dick Proctor and The trend toward multipurpose Ted Mirich was a business call. Mr. and Mrs. Lee the sa~ so they can get out the family spent the weekend touring areas in the home as am outgrowth er in Newcastle Thursday. were social callers of Mr. ~por informatitm. Won't you the Black Hills. of open planning demands a great- Mr. and Mrs. John Perino, Mrs. Jay Mayberry Sunday R. M. AT. 3-1854 , Wyo, AT. 3-2431