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October 22, 1953

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g MethodistFolks Inembers of the congrega .... e glad to hear that Mrs. D. ,,~, ,., lrnings is improving at the ffloorcroI~ hospital in Sundance and Mr. and Mrs. Cranston and Mr. ly pray that ff God desires and Mrs. Neal Gray returned Sun- alth will be restored and day from a hunting trip to Jackson Will soon be in our midst Hole. They report an unsuccessful trip. They saw only two elk on Sunday school records regis- the trip and they were on the run. number of new scholars. Mr. and Mrs. Cash Minnich, Hop- People are welcomed into per Cox and son Gone, Lucian and ses. Alden Robinson are among those 25th is Family Night at the who left early this week for the The finance commission Jackson Hole country on a hunting srge of the fellowship hour trip. _ . o'clock. The Laymen will Mr. and Mrs. Vere ~mith ox of the worship ser- Osage, accompanied by Mrs. Mot- 8:00 o'clock. A pot luck and program are ~ being followed by a short wor- Bervice. s Dixon, who is a specialist field of Narcotics Education with us for these services. Will be a film of interest to shown. You are invited your family and a covered or sandwiches. will be no" worship service O'clock Sunday. will be Sunday school at gar~ of Denver visited Sunday at the Frank Noonan home. Mrs. Morgan is a sister of Mrs. Smith's and Frank Noonan. Mr. and Mrs. Prentiss Hall are the proud parents of a baby girl born at the Sheridan Memorial hospital last Saturday night. Moth- er and Babe are reported getting along fine. The little Miss has received the name Rose Mary. ~Mr. and Mrs. Milt Stevenson left last Wednesday for their home in I Espanola, N. M. after spending sev- ~eral weeks here visiting. rehearsal at 7 p.m. Tues- Mr. and Mrs. Vere Smith of Osage accompanied by Mrs. Kate and Martha Circle meets Morgan of Denver were Sunday at 8 p.m. ]visitors at the home of Mr. and Study Club meets Thursdav lMrs" Frank Noonan. Mrs. Morgan _; ~-_ _ - - [ is a sister of Mrs Smith and Frank ,~t ~ p.Lu. I-. " ........ ~oonan. ~nolr meets ~'rmay as ~Card Club Notes P~" Mrs. Gladyce Schlattman was last Thursday evening to ! n -.~1; I m.q n~"ll | ioJ e aIi."! | S i~ ,~ t[.~.~Ib"i1,.1:11 e i =l,.V were played during the evening. High score was won by Mrs. Ber- tha Kimsey, low by Mrs. Iva Brim- mer, traveling by Mrs. Bertha Waymire. At the close of the games the hostess served refresh- ments. Harold Black who has been work- ing at Midwest the past several weeks spent the wekend with home folks in Moorcroft. He will be employed at Jackson in the future. He is employed with Shyrock and Purcell Construction Co. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Reynolds were visitors in town Monday eve- ning. Visitors in Gillette Saturday were Mrs. Mel Donner and niece, Mrs. McGraw of Cheyenne, Mr. ma McKean and Mrs. Bertha Way- mire, Mr. and Mrs, George Siem- ers and daughter Edra Lea. Mr. and Mrs. Al Harding and daughter Lou Ann drove to Rapid City Saturday where Mr. Harding boarded a plane Sunday morning for Eastern poinfs where he will attend to business matters for a few days. He will also visit his aged father and other relatives in New Jersey before returning home. Mrs. Harding and daugh- ter returned home Sunday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Robinson were visitors in Gillette Monday where Mr. Robinson consulted a physician as he has not been very well the past few days. Announcements were reecived this week of the oncoming mar- riage on Oct. 25 at the Ben Jones home in Upton of Ruby May Gray to Robert Macy. Miss Gray is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Gray of Upton and Robert is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Macy of Cheyenne. Prentiss Hall motored to Sheri- dan Tuesday to visit his wife and infant daughter. RED COUNTRY Mr. and Mrs. Alec Smith were Sunday visitors at the Mrs. Joe Howes home in Spearfish. Mrs. O. D. Harper and Mrs. Chas. Bousa made a business trip to Deadwood on Monday. Mrs. Hugh Thompson had din- ner with the E. M. Harpers on Monday. The ladies went to Spear- THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Oct. 22, 1953 with Mrs. Joe Howes and Mrs. John Matson. John Miller sold calves at Sturo gis on Friday. The John Miller&: family attended 4-H Achievement Day in Sundance Saturday. LeRoy" Butts is working at John Millers again this fall. Mabel, Tommy and Beverly and LeRoy Butts went to the show and dance in Sundance Saturday night. Myron Goodson sold their year- lings at the Sturgis sale on Wed- nesday. He bought calves at Stur- gis at the Friday calf sale. The Goodson family attended 4-I-I Achievement Day on Saturday. Campbell County Post Host to District Fi e A. L. Meeting" Talks by state American Legioma ~)fficers and.discussion of the Le- gion's basic programs headline~i the fall conference of district No, 5 of the American Legion held at Gillette Sunday. Campbell County Post No. 4~ was host to Legion members fromt district No. 5. Members held discussion on the four basic programs of the Ameri- can Legion - Americanism, child~ welfare, rehabilitation, and nation~ al defense. American Legion and Auxiliary, members attending from Sundanco were ~r. and Mrs. Everett Shipek Tinge R,M and Mrs. Ed Foster visited Frank Ridinger home Sun- Robinson had bad luck evening. He was riding and fell off breaking his three places. Robinson is ill with the We wish both speedy and Mrs. Clyde Raber and drove to the Spearfish Sunday evening. 'al~o called at Tommy Thomp. and Mrs. Tom Anderson of visited Saturday at the Clyde home. Tom helped Clyde hay from Walkers. and Mrs. Oren Sterns are back to Fruitdale. Mr. has been running the shovel bentonite pit. Ridinger is working at sawmill. He went to on Saturday to bring the home. was a caller in A1- afternoon. Clyde Raber made a busi. trip to Belle Fonrche Wed- and Mrs. Ed Foster visited Clinton Hoffman home Rawl Robinson took Rawlie~ Fourche Saturday to have ~Xdrayed. and Mrs. Bill Ridinger visit- Prank Ridinger home Sun- Harry Morgan of Alzada, at the Ed Foster home Sun- FHA Girls U. N. Week Celebrate United Nations this week, members of the senior FHA chapter dec- a window in the business depicting people of vari- the chapter will fly Nations flag below the flag at school. Davis Has Lifted Year ) Conviction ) motor vehicle di- ) this week that the i of Albert Jefferson Davis had been suspended ) 6, 1954. was convicted last week here for driving license was suspended, the card club. Three tables of 500 and Mrs. Lyal Brimmer, Mrs. Fan- fish in the afternoon and visited land Mr. and 'Mrs. Ivan Cressman. __-t: . 5,000 people this week ! l , m i i i ,i i ,i Figures Based on An Average Family of Four People. With a Sworn Statement of Circulation of 1,250 The .Sundance Times Praised by Many Cussed by Many BUT read by all 4