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" were Mrs. Frank Humphrey, Mrs. on their second wedding anniver- from North Platte, Nebraska ar- the C. J. Toner home. Paul Yeoman and Mrs. Merle Sis- sary October 30th. rived over the weekend and are L.O. Tracy returned from De~ S 0 C I E T Y son, calendar club chairmen for Covers were laid for Mr. and visiting Mrs. Hazel McLaughlin ver, Saturday from a business triP August, September and October. Mrs. Lee McElwain and Mr. and and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred McLaugh- and has since been confined t~ hiJ by Norma Bernd Tentative plans for the next fam- Mrs. Dick Spracklen, Doris and lin and Douglas while here on a home with the flu. Telephone AT 3-1891 ily night to be held Sunday, No- Kathy. hunting trip. Mr. Welch is a neph- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ames of Moor" vember 24th are to have a dinner ew of Mr. McLaughlin. croft called at the Kenneth Wear" If you have news for this after church rather than having it BIRTHDAYS Mr. and Mrs. Gaylen Sutton and er home one day last week. column or personal items youthat evening. V.R. Taylor family of Gillette spent the week- Mrs. Margaret Oudin called on would like to have published, .----- Mrs. V. R. Taylor held a surprise end with Mrs. Margaret Oudin. Mrs. Elmer Smith ThursdaY. please telephone AT 3-1891. Cradle Shower Compliments birthday dinner in her home Mr. and Mrs. Harold Torrey of Carl Lathrop was in Chey.en~e Mrs. Paul Smith Thursday Wednesday evening the 23rd for Douglas and Mr. and Mrs. Dale over the weekend on buslne~ Legion Auxiliary Entertains A cradle shower for Mrs. Paul her husband on his 71st birthday. Pattinson and family of Gillette While there,he visited his paten Junior Members Friday Night Smith was held in the Lee McE1- Covers were laid for Mr. and were Sunday afternoon callers at Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lathrop. The Legion hall was the scene wain home Thursday evening with Mrs. Bill Bush, Tim, Kelly, Jerry V of a costume party held Friday Mrs. McElwain and Mrs. Deane of Hulett; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mat- evening the 25th for the junior Hutchins co-hostesses. A pink and tox, Sundance; Mr. and Mrs. Wil- members of the American Legion blue color theme was carried out bur Zimmerschied, Carlile; Mr. Auxiliary. Serving on the party in the refreshments. Appropriate and Mrs. Henry Waugh, Cheris committee were Mrs. Dorman Ew- games were played with Mrs. Reu- and Jean, Spearfish. Evening cal- ben Hindman and Mrs. Marty Os- lers were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hut- ing, Mrs. O. C. Dinkins and Mrs. gard winning prizes, chins and family. Scotty Gladstone. Included on the invited guest drawingH°ldingforthethelUCkYbest numbercostumeinwasa list were Mesdames Alex Smith, LlOydThe COlebirthday of Lloyd Cole wa.,~ Marianne Gladstone. HaHowe'en Reuben Hindman, Delores Road- the occasion celebrated at the Sid- games furnished the evenings en- ifer, Veach Bushnell, Marry Os- hey Harvey home Friday evening gard, Edith Thompson, Bill Rein- when a group of friends and rela- tertainment and prizes were hold, E. M. Harper, O. D. Harper, tires stopped in for cake and cof- awarded to the winners. Auxiliary Palmer Hegge, Alfred Howes, Har- fee. Gifts were presented and the pins and flags were also presented vey Talley, Charles Bousa, Irene evening was spent socially. to the children. Mrs. Fred Good, Gardner, Anna Guidinger, Joe En- Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ray- president of the Auxiliary, gave gelhaupt, Miss Marion Thompson mond Vines, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice a talk to the girls about the work of the Auxiliary. and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith. Classick, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Refreshments were served at the close of the evening on tables decorated with a Hallowe'en motif. Sundanee Bridge Club Meets Mrs. John Lindsey was hostess at the meeting of the Sundance bridge club held in her home Wednesday evening, October 23rd. High scorer was Mrs. John Bin- ney with Mrs. John Lindsey sec- ond high and Marion Thompson, low. Marion Thompson will be hos- tess to the group at its next meet- ing Wednesday, November 6th. Rebekahs Hold Regttlar Meeting Eighteen members and one visi- tor were present at the regular meeting of Wi Waeippi Paha Re- bekah lodge held Thursday eve- ning in the lodge meeting rooms. In a contest for getting the most members out to lodge, "number two" side won with twelve mem- bers present. Business discussed during the meeting included mak- ing plans for the Smorgasbord to be held Saturday. After the meeting, refreshments were served by Mrs. Ward Cure and Mrs. Logan Brimmer. Family Night Started Again at Methodist Church Family night was held at the Methodist Church Sunday eve- ning, the first held since recess- ing the event last summer. A pot luck supper and games filled the program for the eve- ning. In charge of the supper Sundance Women Entertain At C.arct Party Wednesday Mesdames Kenneth Weaver and Jack Newman were co-hostesses at a card party held Wednesday eve- ning, October 23rd in the private dining room of the Elk Horn Cafe. Tables of Canasta and pinochle were in play during the evening with prizes going to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jensen, high in canasta and Mrs. Vernon Se'msey and Joe Cor- nelia, high in pinochle. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Guests present at the party were Mr. and Mrs. Logan Brimmer, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Glasby, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cornelia, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Semsey, Mr. and Mrs. Curly Mc- Laughlin, Mr. and Mrs. Jack New- man and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Weaver. Plastic Party Held at Dean Hutchins Home Mrs. Dean Hutchins was hos- tess at a plastic party held in her home Tuesday evening the 22nd with Mrs. Logan Brimmer, stylist. Ladies present were Mesdames Harry Watson, Lee McElwain, V. R. Taylor, Stella Baker, Leland Baker and Lester Waugh. Harvey and Mike and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Nash of Casper; Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harvey and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cole and Susie. Maurice Hutchins Mrs. Dean Hutchins was hostess at a dinner party held in her home Friday night honoring Maurice Hutchins on his birthday. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frank and Robyn, Mrs. A. K. Hutehins, Chester and Maur- ice, Mr. and Mrs. Afton Anderson and Kenny of Denver and the Dean Hutchins family. Past Noble Grands and Rebek- ahs - Smorgasbord Saturday, Nov. 2 at the old Stech store starting at 5:30 p.m. Adults $1.50, Children up to 12 - 75c. Mrs. Orville Lincoln and Shirley and Mrs. Jesse Summers visited Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Summers in Spearfish, Sunday. Delores Linc- oln spent the weekend with her aunt and uncle Mr. and Mrs. Art Schelldorf. Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson and son Dallas spent Sunday with Mr. Peterson's parents Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Peterson and family. DeI Welch and three friends Members of the Northeastern Wyoming Hereford Association Otis Reynolds, Owner Phone AT 3-1313 Sundance, WY°' Lee McElwains Feted On Anniversary Mr, and Mrs. Dick Spraeklen were hosts at a dinner held in their home Tuesday evening hon- oring Mr. and Mrs. Lee McElwain It's time for another sale of the Northeastern Wyoming Hereford Association in Sundance. We'd like to welcome everyone to Sundance for the 27th sale. To the members of the associ- ation, go our best wishes for a most successful sale. , Mm. Frelda Brlmmer Ph. AT 8-1288 Sundanee, Wyo. to the : I of the Northeastern Wyoming Hereford Association Phone AT 8-1465 Bill and Elmer Hoff Sundanee,