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November 6, 1952

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I)fice Notes by Willet I(eyser ~alendar of Events 1952_ Grassland Improvement Year. r j =~Nov. 10 -- Northeastern V/yo. ! I~erefrd Association annual meet- | l~g in the Extension office. } luNov. 11 -- Northeastern Wyo. | Iqereford Association Annual Fall I ]~Ull sale. Ii Nov. 12-14---State Farm Bureau P~ventron in Laramie. LNov. 14--Fair Board meeting in I~e Extension office at 2 p.m. ], Nov. 14-20--Annual Conference |~ Laramie It,Nov. 15--Moorcroft Homemakers ]t~b Betty Crocker cake contest. ~e Sale [ L The Moorcroft Homemakers club r P sponsoring a Betty Crocker i~lke baking contest in Moorcroft |Ia Nov. 15. The bake sale will be ll~eld in the community hall. Par- i |~:lPation in this contest is invited r l~0~ all over the county. To com- |~te in the Betty Crocker contest I.qe Cake must be Orange Chiffon l~d made with Soft As Silk Cake J LQtw. All cakes must reach the lY~munity hall by II a.m. on the l~lh. Cakes entered in the contest [~ll become the property of the ]~.0ereroft Itomemakers Club. Fol- I~ing the judging of the contest [~.e club will hold a bazaar and l~Ifee and sandwiche~ will be serv- J~'~ Extension Conference ~ Workshop is being held in eon- etlon with the Extension Confer- tee this year. It will give all Ex- ~ion workers training in var- ~ fields of Agriculture. The shop is scheduled for Nov. rrk 'it, 15~ and 17. The regular con- i'~ "ee-wi"ll-be hei(i" 1~ov: 18, 19. ! Personal Items k~. R M Bernd spent last I~k in Denver visiting her son- l~,~aW and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. l',a~e Kipp. [b~1OWard Harvey and Calvin [@JOe of B.H.T.C. in Spearfish, IW,. r. IL WMtD De Jst Sl trft , S. D. 146 W. lllIaeis St. li Rapid City's Lm'pd I. Furniture Stere k~ala, Rapid City, B. D. Authorized Florists J t'elegraph Delivery Shop t SIEBRECHT'S II I I OWER SHOP II Floral Service J[ Plants and Flowers II Phone 128 i| Store---614 St. Joe iL Rapid City, S. D. spent the weekend visiting their families in Sundance. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Drus and daughter Kathleen visited friends in Igloo, S. D. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mauch and family have moved back into their home which was occupied by the ]larry Swank family. The Swanks have moved to Colorado. Airman 2-c Dick Durfee arrived home Monday to spend a 20 day furlough with his family. Mrs. Maurice Classick was a dinner guest at the Sid Harvey home Sunday. i Mr. and Mrs. Nels H. Smith mov- :ed into their new home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Whalen Jr. of ! Rzchland, Washington spent sever- al days last week visiting friends and relatives in and around Sun- THE SUNDANCE TIMES : Sundance, Wyo. Nov. 6, 1952 Kepp, Rapi~ City, S: D. a shopI for women. Post office block next to the Red Owl Grocery. This is the time of the year when women 'are checking up on their .war- drobes. It may be a coat, suit or dress you need or perhaps access- ories. We want you to know our stock ig generous in any of these things. Also keep in mind this is fur coat headquarters. Carl C. Jensen returned to his home in Greenwich, Conn., by plane Sunday after having spent the past few weeks visiting his daughter, Mrs. Helen Smith. Mrs. L. G. Landers of Denver, visited several friends in Sundance Sunday. Mrs. Landers is spending dance, this week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cole visited her daughter, Mrs. Jay Russell Mrs. Cole's father, Lee Hurtt in Durfee, in Upton. Lusk last Monday. Arthur Peterson, Palmer Peter- Kenneth Franklin of Newcastleson and Howard Platte of Viborg, was a week-end guest at the home S. D. spent several days this past of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis. ! week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Nels Janice and Alan Roberts, stud- H. Smith. ents at the University of Wyom- Mrs. Elfriede Schloredt attended ing, spent the weekend visiting l a bridge-luncheon at Upton last their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. [ Wednesday for members of the Roberts, Jack DeBolt, of Torring-] Past Matron's Club of the Order ton, a classmate of Alan's was I of Eastern Star. their houseguest. [ Jay Durfee, Cecil Reynolds and Beautiful restfulness in simple I Everett Ackerman drove to Casper solid maple furniture by Whitney ] Saturday where they attended a at Dusek's, 919 Main in Rapid I banker's meeting. , City. 1 Mrs. Gladys Ross, diStrict pres- - .....a ole s ent J Mr. and Mrs. b~uy,, C p ident of the American Legion Aux- Tuesday in Newcastle on business. [ iliary, was an overnight guest at I Mrs. Jay Russell Durfee and | the home of Mrs. Elfriede Schlor- daughters of Upton, visited at the ] edt last Friday evening after she home of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Durfee [ had attended a meeting of the lo- Sunday. I cal chapter. Saturday Mrs. Ross, Mrs. Schloredt, Mrs. Fred Grubb and Mrs. Tom Bergin attended an Auxiliary meeting in Hulett. Here's furniture witll a family tree . . . classically simple .... simply beautiful with Heritage Cherry from I)USEK'S in Rapid City. Phil McWhirter will leave Thurs- day for Quartzsite, Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Will Good of Maur- ice, S. D. were Sunday guests at the George Middleton home. Mrs. h'ene Gardner was a week- end visitor in Sundance from her school n(~l'~h O[ Belie Fourchc. Eyes Examined---Glasses Fitted Dig. T. It. PROCTOR 0PT0IKETIglS~ Over Montgomery Ward 8tore Phone No. 300 J Deadwood C.F. . . Diagnosis, Medicine, Radium Hot Springs, So. Dak. It P Ill / Ii ItlilI gI I A MODERN FOOD : YT 6ROCt :RF 0 ds Groeedel, $eat , Fruits, Vegetables, Baker! 0 o Belle Fourths, S. Northeastern Wyoming Hereford Association 1952 | i nors H. B. Sager, Auctioneer Henry Holzman, Judge