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September 27, 1956

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taming Marriage Anno, Achievement Day Plans Made by Seely Homemakers Eight members of the Seely Cloverleaf club were present at the September meeting of the club held at the home of Ester Acker- man. Roll call was answered with a health or safety hint. Club members made plans for ...... the Achievement Day program and the club booth. Doris Moore and Viva Tromble were appointed to set up the booth. All club mem- bers will take part in the program. New officers will be elected at the Oct. 11 meeting of the club to be held at the home of Ruth Holmes. A Halloween party will also be held. Roll call will be an- swered with a fall poem. On Sept. 20, Doris Moore en- tertained the club members and guests at a ~tanley party. The premium was taken in a form of a commission for the club. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Byrd and Tommy visited Mr. and Mrs. Jake Chaffin at Sturgis on Sunday. Among the out-of-town visitors the nuptial theme carried out in and Mrs. James D. Wham. Sr. to Devils Tower were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gardner and Ella Brandeberry, Hammond, Mont.; John Gardener from Arkansas and Inez Morris.on of Rapid City. Kepp, Rapid City, S.D. A shop for women. Post office block next to Red Owl grocery. Want to see a lot of new things? We are showing fashions that really make news and we have a lot to show you. Coats, dresses, school things, sport things and furs. You will WATER P )WERI ~NE/~r.'q ~ 1:~ST MEA..~JRED THE FORCE 0F AN OCEAN WAV~ W~ TI4OMA~ 6T~VEf~C~N. FAT~:~ Ot~ ~RT L~16 b*T'l~V~b,~.O~L He, INV~/'eD ~ A~gAf~ AND WIT14 TH~ IN.~TRUME'qT PI~.~YVEIgiED THAT THE FORCE OF A~6~,VE C.~ULP E~E A5 Gv.~= "~T A6 6000 POLINPJ "to THE a~ARa INCH//* :~L~r'~ ,: 11-,! ' 'r LOW-C EXPI.CP ,TION! I:~Hl~ V~,f,T ~PE~ C= ~.~',~, : "~ '? CL~*~ IN h~A~ ) AL&R~ $~T " ,," i r.::~. ~'/,.~ like them all. Come see. Be see. of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tschetter attending the Devils ing you. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Miller and and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lee bration on Monday. Thompson of Carlile Sunday. David Dybwad, son o The betrothal and forthcoming miniature bridal appointments on Gary joined Mrs. Miller s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Collins Mrs. Alton Dybwad, was marriage of Miss Beverly Kay colored plastic hors d'oevre spears Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lundeen, of and family drove to Hulett Sunday to Weston County Memo Moyle of Laramie and James D. which were attached to olives, Buffalo Gap, S. D. for dinner in where they visited with Mrs. Col- pital in Newcastle wedne Wham, Jr. of Moorcroft was an- sausages and assorted snacks on a Spearfish Saturday. lins's sister and family, Mr. and minor surgery. nouneed recently by her parents, silver lazy susan centerpiece.Edwin Rounds was dismissed Mrs. Herb Shellenberger of Bill- Mrs. Richard Proctor Mr. and Mrs, Stephen W. Moyle at The appointments also served as a cocktail party and buffet supper favors for the 40 guests who call- from St. Joseph's hospitalin ings, Mont. The Shellenbergersand Mrs. Lena Sieg of attended by relatives and a few ed at the Moyle home during the Deadwood Monday. were enroute home from a vaca-were in Sundanee on bUS Mrs. George Luedke of North tion in Pennsylvania visiting Mr. cently. They also visite< close friends. ~ late afternoon and evening. Coast- Platte, Nebr. and friend, Mrs. Har- Shellenberger's folks. Dick Proctor home. Mr~ Mr. and Mrs. James D. Wham, ers with the message "Bey and old Carlson of Detroit, Mich. were Dana Proctor had the misfor- Mr. Proctor's grandmo~' Sr. of Moorcroft are the parents of Jim, Dee. 21. 1956" and napkins houseguests of Mrs. Luedke's sis- tune of catching her hand in a is teaching school near I~I~ theThegrOo~-elect.supper table was covered alsoWith used.Silver wedding bells were ter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. washing machine wringer Monday year and will be rem~ ~be with a white cUt-work cloth with Out-of-town guests included Mr. C. D. Roberts, Tuesday to Thurs- and hurting it quite badly, as a former resident a~d day. Mrs. Cecil Jones and family and of the late Bill Sieg, Mrs. John Quint were among those County superintendent of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Waugh and family called at the farm homes / Includes 1000 S ples and S ple Remover All b Houston Creek companied Mrs. McAnally and mother to the Tower Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pummell (Sept. 27) of Michigan and Mr. and Mrs. Wm Mr. and Mrs. Richard Snider at- EngIe of Ohio were visitors at the tended the horse sale in Gillette Chas, Chatfield home during the Wednesday of last week. Mr. and week. Other visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Coke Saider were Friday eve- Mrs. Richard Snider and children, ning visitors and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Graham and sons, Harold Chapman and children were Mrs. Geo. Graham and Mr. and Sunday dinner guests at the Snider Mrs. Leonard Snook. Mrs. Chat- home. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Snider field and Miss Jennie Rathbun moved back to Upton Sunday. The were hi Spearfish Thursday. Snider family attended the Tower Mrs. Ray Osgard was hostess to Ceremony Monday. a Stanley Party Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wilkerson with Mrs. Lorraine Courtney of of Douglas and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Belle Fourehe as demonstrator. Those in attendance were Mes- Willenbrecht and family of Osage dames Wyman Bushnell, Veach were visitors at the Wflford Ken- Bushnell, Reuben Hindman, Wfl- nedy home Sunday. Margaret Kiser was a guest at the home ford Kennedy, Chas. Cummings, Cha& Chaffield and Misses Eva Sunday. Mrs. Kennedy and pupils and Nancy Chatfleld. of the Houston Creek school, Mrs. Ray Osgard, Mrs. Chas. Chatfield Mr. and Mrs. William Tiffany are here from the East to visit Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Chatfield attended and Mrs. Fritz Chatfield and other the Towdr Anniversary Program relatives. Mrs. Tiffany and Mrs. Monday Mr. ~nd Mrs. Jesse Janes were Chatfield are sisters. Mr. and guests at the Wyman Bushnell Mrs. Tiffany and Mrs. Chatfield went to Rapid City Tuesday. home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. AI Schelldorf, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hindman and Mrs. Art Schelldorf and Henry were Saturday dinner guests at the Veach Bushnell home. Lincoln were at the Harold Sehell. Wallace Fall and son were call- dorf home Sunday. Harold attend- era at the Gene Hindman ~ome ed the Tower Ceremony ~Monday. during the week. Charles and Frank Kokesh left Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wengner Saturday with a party of ten on and children, who moved to New- a short hunting trip near Gillette. e~u~tle recently, vi.s/ted at the Rew Included in the party were Lain. ben Hindman home over the week. bert W. Little and H. W. Lawrence end. Mr.'and Mrs. Joe Englehaupt of Dallas, Tex, former Army bud- dies of Charles Kokesh. and six and children were Monday supper other men from Dallas. Carol Hindman spent the Pat and Toby Kipp left Tuesday weekend with Annabelle Dillavou. morning for Aurora, Colo. to spend Nick Sehweim and his son, Er- the week visiting their brother and nest, who is visiting here from family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kipp. Chicago were at the E. B. Chat- Cecil Hughe~ of Washington, D. field home during the week. Other visitors were Joe Graham on Sun- C., brother of W~lis Hughes, was a weekend guest at the Willis day and Mrs. Ben Vines Monday. Mrs. Chatfield was a caller at the Hughes home while enroute to Los Angeles, Calif. on business. Dr..Port home Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hayward Dr, J. A. Kline of Melvin, In. and daughters visited Mr. and was a visitor at the Sam Rice home Mrs. Wallace Boulden and Mr. and Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Mrs. Guy Hayward in Newcastle Hindman were Thursday, Mr. and Sunday. Mr& C4fl Werre Friday visttor~ ]~illle Olson was a weekend guest ~ SUND&NCE TIMES at the Rice home. Mrs. Rice ae- Suadaace, Wyo. Sept. 27, 19S6 Tacker, Han Stapler, Desk Fastener The Newspaper Printed tor Crook County '