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By HELEN SMITH If you have news for this column please telephone 40 on Mondays between 10:00 a.m and 12 Noon. Sundance Bridge Club Meets At Durfee ,Home Mrs. A. B. Durfee entertained the members of the Sundance Bridge Club at her home last Wednesday evening. Dessert was served by the hostess, and at the conclusion of the bridge games Mrs. John Binney held high score, and Mrs. C. D. Roberts held sec- ond high score. Rounds Entertain Group At Dinner at Beulah Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rounds en- tertained several friends at dinner at the Royal Club in Beulah one evening last-week. Covers were laid for Mr. and Mrs. AI Schell- dorf, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Snook, Mrs. Helen Smith, Carl C. Jen~en and Bart O'Hearn. American Legion and Auxiliary To Give Pard Party Saturday The American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary will give a card party Saturday at 8 p.m. at the Legion Hall for mem- bers and friends, Each person is requested to bring an unwrapped gift for "Christmas Shopping Days" for the veterans at the Sheridan hospital. Durfee's Entertain At "Election" Party Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Jay Durfee enter- tained several friends at their home Tuesday evening. Invited guests in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. Mauriee Will- iams, Mr. and Mrs. Art Schelldorf, Mr. and Mrs. AI Schelldorf, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hewes, Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Roberts, Dr. and Mrs. Rodney Port, Mrs. Helen Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Ty Hoese, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Durfee, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Trego, Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsey and Dick Durfee. The evening was spent in listen- ing to the election returns and playing cards. Refreshments were served to the group at midnight. Beta Slgm~ phi ~Holds Regular Meeting Monday The members of Wyoming Kap- pa Chapter of Beta Sigm~ Phi met at the home of Mrs. Mildred Schlor- edt Monday evening. Mrs. Schlor- edt presented a program after the business meeting and refreshments were served late in the evening Mrs. Nixon Entertains Contract Bridge Club Mrs. Harry Nixon entertained the members of the Contract Bridge Club at her home last Wed- nesday evening. Refreshments were served by the hostess, and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Frank Shewey for high score, to Mrs. Paul Sharp for second high score and to Mrs. Clmre McGuckm for low score. On November 12th the club will meet at the home of Mrs. Bob Baldwin. Episcopal Auxiliary to Meet At Rounds' Home The members of the Episcopal Auxiliary will meet Thursday eve~ ning, November 13th at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Ted Rounds. Mrs. Lee Schloredt will be in charge of the program "I Believe" from the book, "Faith of the Church." All members are urged to attend. Second Grade Enjoys ! Hailowe'en Party Pupils of the second grade en- joyed a Hallowe'en party in their classroom last Friday afternoon. Refreshments were served, and appropriate games played during the afternoon. 4 propriate refreshments were serv- ed, and the afternoon was spent in playing games. Guests present were Steve Mauch, Sherril Mauch, Rex Mauch, Susie Mauch, Sherrill Dick, Danny Dick, Dwight Blakeman, Dale Blakeman and Marjorie Cronce. "Jack Benny" Dinner Given For Auxiliary Mrs. Floyd Carr and Mrs. Lee Schloredt were hostesses at a "Jack Benny" dinner given for the benefit of the Episcopal Auxiliary at the Schloredt home last Wed- nesday evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Young, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Tracy, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Katches, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rounds, Mr. and Mrs. Don Rounds, Mrs. EI- friede Schloredt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Tead Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jack- son, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney .Ware, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hughes, Rev. and Mrs. La- mar Speier, Floyd Carr, Lee Schlor- edt and the hostesses. Surprise Shower Held Sat. For Mrs. John Stahl A surprise shower was held for Mrs. John Stahl Saturday after- noon at the home of Pat Fall. Miss Mrs. Frank Blakeman, room mo- ther, and Mrs. Cecil Mattox, teach- i er, were assisted by Mrs. Bob Cronn, Mrs. L. M. Lorenzen and Mrs. Tom Graham. Steve Cronce Honored At Birthday P.'trty Steve Cronce was honored at a party Monday afternoon given for him by his grandmother, Mrs. Lew- is Dennis on his fourth birthday. The party was given at the Frank Blakeman home. After the gi~ts were opened, ap- N. Ellis Mattox, M.D. Eye, Ear, Nose Lnd Thmt Office Hours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. es81 Msin Street Deadvood 80. 9tkott Buyers, Spectators to the 17T, H HEREFORD SALE THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Nov. 6, 1952 Fall and Dottle Dennis were hos- tesses. The guests played games after which the honored guest opened her gifts. Refreshments of coffee and cake were served. Attending the shower besides Mrs. Stahl were Dee Fall, Josie Frank, Margie Thorn, Mrs. Lor- raine Bernd and Judy, Marlene Frank, Shirley Clark, Harriet Har- vey, Betty Oudin and the hostesses. Hallowe'en and Birthday Party Held for Ben Vines Oct. 24 , The home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd H~wken was the scene of a Hallow- e'en and birthday party for Ben Vines Oct. 24. Guests attending were Mr. and Mrs. Hub Finch, Mr. and Mrs. George Middleton, Mr. and Mrs. i Floyd Hawken, Mrs. Irene Gard- [her, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Vines, ]Nelda, Lila, Allen and Leon, and ]Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vines. Republican Women'--~s Club To Meet Friday Evening Members of the Sundance Re- publican Women's study club will meet Friday at the home of Mrs. Jay Durfee. The meeting will start at 2 p.m. It's again a pleasure to welcome you to another sale of the North. eastern Wyoming Hereford Asset- iatlon. We hope that you'll enjoy the sale and your visit to Sundanee as much as you have at previous sales. WELCOME TO THE Do those necessary repairs --- long dreamed of improvements now--before cold weather sets in. Insure long-lasting comfort and weather protection with our quality materials. Buy now and save on these pre-winter values. Safeguard yourself against fires caused by defective chimneys and pipes. Make your repairs now with the best of materials. 3t" Chimney Blocks "k Flue Liners Stove Pipe We are headquarters for McCulloch Chain Saws and Funds Wlll Prevent Students' Att( At Safety Meeting Shortage of funds will any Sundance high school from attending the governor's ty council meeting as was last year. Supt. Frank said that the school had an invitation from the Highway Dept. to attend the council which is scheduled Nov. 20-21 in Cheyenne. Only way for any students to cept the invitation would hinge 'financial help from individuals organizations in the county. ae, o~ oz' Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Newton Morse D~ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore, all Midwest and Mr. Albert smith ~ Lusk, spent the weekend dee hunting in this vicinit- While he# they were housegues~s" of Mr, ~d Mrs. Lloyd Cole. d Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Ware Sheridan visited at the Harry vis and Lee Schloredt homes week. J Mr. and Mrs. John LindseY ~; son Michael were dinner gue~ at the Mike Heinbaugh home [Spearfish Saturday evening. II i II Windows Combination Storm and Screen Doors J "k Windows "k Doors Tom and Dick Sundance, Wyo. Phone 20 L rnber & Edward Petersen, Manager Sundance, Wyo.