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--Pioneer " ' (Continued from First Page) Rev. Lamer Speier conducted the services with the C. D. Roberts Funeral Home in charge. Burial was in Mt. Moriah cemetery. Born Dec. 31, 1869 in Watseka, Ill., John Grice was the youngest of eight children born to James and Cyanthia Grice. When he was 14, he went to Ne- braska and drove a bull team from Ogalalla to Deadwood where he knew many of the pioneers of the early mining days. Then, in 1895, he came to Sun- dance. In 1910, he married Jose- phine Caldwell. He was the fath- er of three children, Darlene, Theresa and Lola Jane. Lola Jane died in 1922. Besides his wife, he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Ed. Hay- ward, Phoenix, Ariz., and Mrs. W. L. Duncan, Lander, Wyo., one niece, Bearnice Veach of California and five grandchildren. --Commercial Club Tonight------ --Forests , (Continued from First Page) postpone the deer season in that state until the fire threat had de- creased. ------Commercial Club Tonight,--- Sew and Stir 4.H Club ~Holds Reorganization Meeting Reorganization of the club was the primary purpose of the meeting of the Sew and Stir 4-H club on Nov. 1 at the Melanson home. Nelda Vines was elected presi- dent of the club. Other officers elected were Myrtle Hart, vice- president; Shirley Lincoln, secre- tary; Lila Vines, treasurer; Shirley Dillavou, news reporter and his- torian; Dorothy Quint, parliamen- tarian and health and safety lead- er, and Annabelle Dillavou, song and recreation leader. The club will meet on the second Saturday of every month at the homes of various members. Dues were set at ten cents. In the club, six members are enrolled in sewing, one in garden- ing, one in home improvements and three in junior leadership pro- jeers. In other business matters, the club discussed helping a needy family or a shut-in at Christmas. They also discussed a Christmas party for the club. Committees appointed at the meeting included the program committee for the year and the re- creationand food committee for the next meeting. The next meeting of the club will be held at Annabelle Dilia. vou's home Dec. 13 at 2 p.m. The meeting will be a Christmas party. Each member is asked to bring a small gift costing not more than a dollar. ----Commercial Club Tonight----- Marie Oudin Leaves To Receive Training In Airline School Miss Marie Oudin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oudin of Hul ~et~, will leave this week for Omaha where she will enter an air line school for training as a reservationlst. For the past 16 months, she had worked as clerk in the Extension Service office. I After three months of training she will be eligible for a reserva-I tlonist's position at an airline of- fice. Alice Ann Fall will succeed Miss Oudin at the Extension office. ---Commercial Club Tonight,---- Pvt. Chester I-Iejde Home on Furlough Pvt. Chester Hejde, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hejde, is home from Ft. Bliss, Texas on a 12-day furlough. He tarrived home Tues- day night. Hejde, who entered the Army last June, plays with the 65th Army band. He received basic and radar training at the Texas base. CARD OF THANKS Our thanks and appreciation go to friends and neighbors who as- sisted in putting out the fire at our home, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lincoln t Edwin Jones' Parents Of Daughter Oct. 22 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Jones of S~ndance are the parents of their first child, a girl, born October 22 at St. Joseph's hospital in Dead- wood. The baby girl weighed 5 pounds, 4 ounces and has been named Bar- bara Rae. Local FHA Girls Observe FHA Week With Many Activities The Sundance chapters of the Future Homemakers of America are celebrating FHA week this week. In celebrating the week, the junior and senior FHA girls have staged some activity every day so far this week and will continue to do so on Friday and Saturday. High School Juldors Last Sunday, the FHA girls at- tended the Methodist church in StartPlay Practice a group and on Monday several of For Dec. 2 Showing I the girls decorated the window of the building between Lee's Phar- Play practice has been started macy and the Model Grocery. by the junior class of Sundance The FHA members planned a high school under the direction of skit for the PTA on Tuesday while Mrs. Lorraine Bernd. The junior Wednesday they wore their club play will be presented Dec. 2. colors, red and white. Thursday Among those who will appear in is Smile day with anyone caught the play are Donna Speidel, Dick frowning fined a penny. On Fri- Cummings, Larry Keyser, Bob day, a movie, "Act Your Age", will Cundy, Doris Dirks, Betty Frisbee, be shown with the club holding a Margie Thorn, Dotty Dennis, Ken- panel discussion on it. Saturday ny Fall and John Queen. A few will be "Help Your Mother Day'.' other roles have not been filled. Participation in these activities -----Commercial Club Tonight------- New National FFA Magazine to Hit Stands This Year After having been long discuss- ed, a National FFA magazine will be published this year. Clark Al- len, chapter adviser said that ev- ery member of the Bear Lodge FFA chapter is subscribing to the new magazine. In addition, Allen said that the local chapter had entered sub- scriptions for all honorary and past members. Published four times a year, the magazind costs 25 cents a year or one dollar for five years. --Commerci.M Club Tonight----- Barbara Davidson Places Third High In Lusk 4-H Judging Miss Barbara Davidson of the Cactus Kids 4-H club tied for third high individual honors in the 4-H judging contest held in Lusk last Thursday. Th'e judging was held during the sale of the Central Hereford Assn. Seven Crook county 4-H mem- bers took part in the judging. In all, more than 90 4-H and FFA members competed. The Crook county group judged four classes of bulls and two pens of bulls. Point standings of the various teams were not available. --Commercial Club Tonight.--- Miss Ann Steiger Engaged to Marry Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Steiger of Oshkosh, Wis. have announced the engagement of their daughter, Ann Elizabeth, to Robert D. Haber. stroh of Johnstown, Pa. The wed- ding is planned for December. Miss Steiger graduated from the University of Wisconsin and at- tend Katherine Gibb's secretarial school in Boston. She is a secretary in the office of James Conant, president of Harvard University in Cambridge, Mass. Miss Steiger formerly spent her summer vacations at her father's JH ranch in the Hulett area. Haberstroh, a war veteran, is working for a PhD in mechanical engineering at Carnegie Tech where he holds a teaching assist- antship. --Commercial Club Tonight,----- FHA Co-Ed Ball Set Nov. 12 With Prizes Given Away The annual Co-Ed ball will be held at the Sundance high school band room next Wednesday night. Dancing will star~ at 7:30 p.m. and continue until 10:30 p.m. All of the fair sex have been invited to attend the ball. Three prizes will be given away to the costumes judged the pret- tiest, most original and the fun- nest. Cards and games will be available for those who don't, feel in a dancing mood. The ball is sponsored by the senior FHA girls to raise funds to add new equipment to the home- making room. ---~ommerclal Club Tonight----- helps evaluate the chapter at the close of the school year. Sponsor of the Sundance FH& is Mrs. Gene Reynolds. Past Presi- dents of the senior FHA chapter are Janice Roberts, Jennie Hapton- stall, Ann Hindman and Joan Dud-I rey. President for 1952-53 is Troyce Policky. Other officers of the senior FHA chapter are" Harriet Harvey, vice- president; Lois Haptonstall, secre- tary; Jeanne Donaldson, treasurer; Joan Keyser, parliamentarian; Vir- ginia Ice, reporter; Margie Thorn, historian, and Beverly Humphrey, song leader. Junior chapter officers are Pat- sy Nussbaum, president; Judy Frank, vice-president; Karol Hoop- er, secretary; Mary Engelhaupt, treasurer; Gerry Nussbaum, parlia- mentarian; Arlene Altizer, report- er; Charlene Shipek, historian, and Sanda Lea Mayer, song leader. The FHA, a non-profit organiza- tion, is composed of students en- rolled in the secondary school who have taken a homemaking course in junior or senior high school. Membership is voluntary. Main goal of the FHA is learn- ing to live better today in order that the FHA members' lives and those of their familes may be bet- ter tomorrow. FHA members work on projects which contribute to better family living. These include caring for children at home and for pay, tak- ing more home responsibilities, and initiating family fun nights and family councils. Among the activities carried out by the Sundance FHA is a year book for each member which in- i cluded meeting dates, program, committees, social events and mon- ey-making ideas for each month. Harriet Harvey is in charge of the program this year. Other activities include a co-ed ball, a Harvest Moon ball, in con- junction with the FFA, and a Sweetheart ball, all annual affairs. The chapter also makes trips to district and state meetings and visits neighboring chapters. FHA girls also sell lilies during the Crippled Childrens' drive for funds, and give a program for the PTA. In the way of money-making ideas, the local FHA girls hold bake and candy sales, hold parties and raffles and sell license plate booklets. As a final accomplishment, the club purchases something needed for the homemaking room. Since the program was started two years ago, the girls have added an elec- tric clock and draw drapes for the two main windows. --Commercial Club Tonight----- Navy l ecruit Chief To Take Enlistments In Sundance Nov. 10 Chief Henry G. Langford of the Sheridan Navy Recruiting station will appear in Crook county next week to interview applicants and accept enlistments in the U. S. Navy. Chief Langford will be in Sun- dance Nov. 10 from 11 a.m. until 1:30 p.m., and in Moorcroft on In other business matters, the --Commercial Club Tonight----- Local Ag Students Visit Rapid City Packinghouse Friday Vo-ag students from Sundance high school along with Vo-ag in- structor Clark Alien soaked up information when they took a trip through a Rapid City packing- house last Friday. The students saw sausage and weiners prepared and followed the entire process curing and smok- ing ham. Also shown to them were the steps lard goes through. Since the plant was Federally inspected, the students had an op- portunity to watch the inspectors checking carcasses. Also picked up was the information concerning the damage grubs and bruises do to meat. On the killing and skinning floor, the boys saw the speed with which the animals were prepared for the cooler. They were able to pick up some useful hints for home butchering. In the cooIer, the students were shown the different grades of meat and how the grades are de- termined. Personal Items Walter Stagemeyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stagemeyer of Sundance arrived in Sundance last Wednesday to spend a 60 day fur- Mrs. Lee Schloredt, Mrs FloYd Carr and Mrs. Harry Davis" visited Mr. and Mrs. George Pridgeon in Belle Fourche Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mauch and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mauch were guests at the Frank Blakenlen home Saturday evening. The eve" ning was spent playing cards, and refreshments were served late tu the evening. THANK YOU The Cactus Kids 4-H club wishes to thank everyone who helped to make our masquerade dance a success. Thanks especially to ev~ eryone who helped play, worlCeu i nthe kitchen, judged and a~ nounced. We hope everyone ha a good time and will come agai~ next year. . ~, The Cactus Kids 44-H CltW, ----Commercial Club Tonight'~ Most City, County. Employees Covered By Social Security "Are employees of cities, cert" ties and the State of Wyorni~ now covered by Social SecuritY~ Following numerous request' the answer to the question ~ been released by Patrick J. ShS~' manager of the Casper field otzi~" On Dec. 3, 1951, the Federal So" curity Administrator signed agreement with the state of WY" ming which granted Social Secar~ lough from the U. S. Navy. He has ity protection to the employees 0.~ been stationed in Alaska the past all but six cities - Casper, She~" 18 month, dan, Rock Springs, Laramie, CheY" Mrs. Sid Harvey, Mrs. Henry enne and Rawlins. Under thiS ~" Engelhaupt, Mrs. Gene Reynolds greement, employees of PUb~c and Mrs. Logan Brimmer drove school districts, including teache~ the F.H.A. girls to Spearfish where and all state employees, were ~e~ they visited the creamery and to acted upon. ~. Rapid City where they visited Du- On Dec. 27, 1951, an arne~?~ sek's and the new Safeway store, merit to the agreement granted ~ last Friday. Mrs. Frank Wagner protection to the employees of.~'. and Clark Allen drove the F.F.A. six cities except for their POl~t boys to Rapid City that same day men and firemen. The agree~." where they visiting the packing was furth'er extended to inciU~," plant, the employees of the towns of I-I~ See your Hartford representative ett, Superior, Opal and the RiCer for lovely frocks, lingerie, child- ton Valley Irrigation System..2o ren's clothes, men's shirts, under- Only public employees in ~', state who may not yet particiP~W~ wear and socks. Order now for in the program are those ~ Christmas gifts. Gladys E. Jones. work for the state, the emploY~~" 4547 of school districts and pollce~p. LEAVING STATE, SELLING CHEAP G. E. Refrigerator... $40 6 walt gasoline battery charger... $88 Briggs, & Stratton gas engine... $20 Two.wheel trailer.,. $55 '20 gauge dodble shotgun... $80 g8 S & W revolver... $60 New Weaver Scopes... All models Deer Rifles... All Models Complete radio shop equipment.. $85 1946 Ford, low miles, R & H, like new... $555 All Items New or Like New Don't Miss These Rare Opportunities Jim Bailey Vetsville, Spearfish, S. D. "" Thank You, CROOK COUNTY VOTERS for your support" A sincere thank you extended to ,everyolte in the county who voted for me as county commissioner. I will do my best to serve you the position to which you have ,elected me. 1 P [ ,