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for Casper to attend a State Lay- conducted services at the Assem- chester, Minn., where he had gone men's meeting. He will return Sat- bly of God Church Sunday. for a checkup. urday. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Sisson and Ladies who attended the Rebek- Sunday dinner guests at the N. Dennis and Mrs. Ray Neilson drove ah District meeting in Gillette, Sat- W. Lincoln farm home were Mr. to Rapid City Monday evening to urday were Mesdames Bud Cure, and Mrs. Bill Hawley and daughter, visit Mr. F. M. Sisson at St. John's L. O. Tracy, Charles Donaldson, Henry Hawley and father, Mr. and hospital. Iris Partlow, Ray Wood and Cecil Mrs. Wilbur Polly and family and Mrs. Merle Sisson drove to Moor- Mattox. Harold Lincoln of Newcastle; Pat croft Friday to get Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rounds vis- Hallstead and Bob Smith, Spear- Ray Neilson who accompanied her ited Mr. and Mrs. William Lang- fish; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Spracklen to their home in Buffalo, Wyo. hoff in Spearfish, Sunday. Both and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mrs. Sisson then drove on to Sher- couples celebrated Mrs. Langhoff's Ward and family, Rapid City; Rog- idan to visit her mother, Mrs. Syl- birthday at dinner at Margie's sup- er Lincoln, Buffalo, Wyoming. The via Swegle and friend. The Ray per club. men spent the day hunting. Neilsons of Buffalo, then returned Mrs. Paul Sharp and son return- Joe Reed, highway patrolman with Mrs. Sisson Sunday. Mr. ed Sunday from Madison, S. Dak., from Lusk, was a Saturday over- Neilson stayed in Moorcroft and where they had spent the past two night guest at the Bob Langtry Mrs. Neilson is staying in Rapid weeks with Mrs. Sharp's parents home. with her father, F. M. Sisson. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Carlson. House guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ray Good the past week were Dr. Mrs. Kenneth Dudrey were Mr. Spracklen and family Saturday M. M. Mastell of Baltimore, Ohio and Mrs. Keith Lamb and Debbie while here on a hunting trip were and Glen Smith of Basil, Ohio. of Newcastle. Willis and George Spracklen and The two men left Monday after a Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ewing and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Yagcr and successful hunting trip here. Bobby of Devils Tower were Sun- son of Newcastle. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Haywax'd day supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Minnie Ealy and Mrs. Mar- and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Wall- Dorman Ewing and family, garet Oudin called at the home of an forgetting monthly premiums, ace Boulden of Newcastle were Harvey Ferdinand returned Sat- Mrs. Helen Oudin Sunday and an action which might cause the Tuesday business callers in Rapid urday from the Mayo Clinic in Re- spent the evening watching TV. policy to lapse, according to Mr. City. ,."* Home Whittier. Mr. and Mrs. George Richards 4' ................................... In addition to saving .postage, spent Sunday touring the Black ~rs. Lydia Otterbein, a resident he said, GI policyholders paying Hills. I'Iulett for 26 years, was found in advance get the benefit of a Mr. and Mrs. James Kokesh and ~tead at her home Oct. 23. Death discount in the premium rate. family of Belle Fourche were Sun- ~ due to natural causes. She Advance payments at a discount day callers at the Lloyd Cole home. ~8 74. can be made for any period up Monday evening dinner guests l[rs. Otterbein was found by to the full life of the policy if the of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Robinson and Mrs. Aubery Long 'Uneral services were held Sat- ay at Spearfish. Burial was in Spearfish cemetery under the reetion of the Fidler Funeral 011~e. Ilrs. Otterbein was born Dec. 1882 in Finland and came to country in 1696. She was to Barney Otterbein on 23, 1913. Her husband died 17, 1944. She had lived in area since 1931. include: three daugh- Mary Lakso, Nisland, S. D.; Proctor, Newcastle; and Slaybaugh, Buffalo, Wyo. Veteran's News than 2,833,000 veterans GI life insurance policies saving time and money by their premiums in advance, G. Whittier, Chief Insur- Director of Veterans Admin- has announced. said they comprise nearly of the 4,837,000 GI pol- who make direct re- to VA for their insur- premiums. those making advance pay- Mr. Whittier said, 1,203,- Pay annually, 649,000 pay and 981,000 make remittances to VA. premiums in advance the chance of a veter- veteran desires, he said. Information about advance pay- ment of GI insurance premiums is available from the VA affice servicing the policy, or from any VA local contact office. Personal Items Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Les Jones were the Andrew Clark, Edwin Jones and Milton Gray families. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Good visited Mr. and Mrs. Emery Williams Sat- urday. Mr. Williams is still con- fined to the Belle Fourche hos- pital but is improving slowly. 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. Chesney Rathbun, Jenny Rathbun and Mrs. Roger Rathbun, Melody and Kenny were Sunday callers at the Joe Frank and Geo. Beagle homes. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Sutton of Al- bany, Oregon, parents of Gaylen Sutton, called Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Margaret Ou- din. Diners at the Royal Club in Beu- lah, Saturday night were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Torrey, Mr. and Mrs. Don Policky and Dr. and Mrs. Ro- bert Policky of Spearfish. Ted Rounds will leave Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Langtry and baby and Miss Arlene Altizer, Mrs. Ray Good and Mrs. V. R. Taylor were Tuesday callers in Spearfish. Mrs. Dean Hutchins, Rhonda and Billy accompanied Mrs. Lee Mc- Elwain to Sturgis, Saturday on a business trip. The Past Noble Grands of the Rebekah Lodge and the smorgas- bord publicity committee met in the A. J, Altizer home Monday evening to complete plans for the Smorgasbord to be held in Stech's Iduilding Saturday~ Mrs. Harry Reynolds and Mrs. Porter Long and son of Hulett visited Mrs. Nellie Long at the rest home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Bogue and family of Newcastle called on Mrs. Mary Stanton at the rest home Sunday. Also calling on Mrs. Stanton were Mrs. Kelth Cum- mings and children of Newcastle and Mr. Robert Stanton and child- ren of Rapid City. Rev. Salto from St. Paul, Minn., who is here on a hunting trip, L :0me } 8undance, Wyo. Ph. AT II-2111 m ~~--..,oj----~mo~~.,=-qmm~--=-aJ, |m =- == :: = ~_ to be held at the BELLE FOURCHE the ]o_ok of the future...today Ftrefllte SorIN 9 40 BULLS 40 HEIFER Coming 2 years old This sale will be held In conjunction with our regu- lar THURSDAY cattle sale. REGISTERED CAT- LE WILL BE SOLD AT 3:00 P.M. These cattle were bred and raised by Walter Crago Wtto purchased the Bob Pughe herd which is one lie outstanding cow herds in this country. 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