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I E Barney Google and Snuffy Smith BLESS YORE BOIgES, Thanksgiving Dinners Mr. and Mrs. Myron Goodson Iwere guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. family, Mrs. Cleo Goodson, Mr. [ Durfee. Mrs. Kellogg and child- Mrs. Leon Niblett of Cheyenne, I ren visited until Sunday. W. N. Harrison of Dubois and I Mr. and Mrs. Amos Ewing and and Mrs. Elvin Leeman and I family were guests at the Dorman Ray of Cheyenne were in Nis-I Ewing home. S. D. for Thanksgiving din- I Mr. and Mrs. tester Waugh and with Mrs. Myron Goodson's Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wat- Ch. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clingan, and Perry Yeoman and Wal- Lawrence were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Yeo- ban Thanksgiving dinner guests of and Mrs. Leonard Sherrard of Tower were Mr. and Mrs. Hejde and Kathleen, Mr. nd Mrs. Chester Hejde, Mr. and rs. David Zimmerschied and fam- 'tly, Mrs. Lila Zimmerschied, Mrs. Iris Partlow, Edgar Partlow, Mr. Lad Mrs. Bob Sherrard and family d Frank Horlocker. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Allen and rally, Mr and Mrs. Bob Pearson d family, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. otter and Mr. and Mrs. Fred ines and family of Gillette were ests of Mrs. Alice Vines. Guests at the William Habeck, ranch were Mr. and Mrs. Bill lters, Mr and Mrs. Billy Habeck, ilt. and family, Devils Tower; Mr. Mrs. James Habeck and fami- Harvey Habeck, Mr. and Mrs. Dybwad and family, John Mrs. Aldeen Olson and Otto Mr. and Mrs. Tom Graham Thanksgiving in Roch- with Mrs/ Graham's mother, Emma Wennberg and other Mrs. Graham, Janice Karen remained in Rochford d visited until Sunday. Bill Haptonstall, who is attend- the National School of Busi- in Rapid City, was home with parents during the Thanksgiv- weekend. Mrs. Ethel Hart was a guest of and Mrs. Amos Hart and fami- of Osage. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cole and of 'Rapid City spent Wed- to Friday as Thanksgiving of Mrs. Cole's aunt and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hum- Mr. and Mrs. Everett Humphrey family dined with Mr. and Harold Larson of Spearfish. and Mrs. Harry Sager 'and! were also present. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Blakeman and family were and Mrs. Gerald Blakeman and of Beulah and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis and family of Haven ),Ir. and Mrs. John Binney held for Mr. and Mrs. Raymond of Newcastle; Mrs, O. C. Upton, and Mr: and Mrs. Carr and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cole and sie and Mr. Sidney Harvey din- at "Gulley's" in Newcastle. guests of Mr. and Mrs. family spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Waugh of Hulett. Miss Elva Warner and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ewing and family of Devils Tower were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frank and family. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Good and Mrs. Georgia Powers were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dudrey and family of Sheridan and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Good of Spearfish. The group also celebrated the 35th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Good. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Roberts spent the holiday with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Fuller of Upton. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mauch and family had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Ballou of New Haven. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Niles and baby of Moskee spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur" Dillavou and Annabelle. Guests at the Henry Oudin home were Mr. and Mrs. Will Oudin, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oudin of Harrison, Nebr. and Mr. and Mrs. Halley Oudin and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Cressman and family, Mrs. Nellie Cressman and Herbert Cressman had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Cressman in Spearfish. Diners at the Raymond Roadifer farm were Mr. and Mrs. Pat Cun- ningham and family of Hammond, Mont. and Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Roadifer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schelldorf entertained Mr. and Mrs. Art Schelldorf, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schelldorf and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Carr, Charlotte Carr, Mrs. John Schelldorf and and Har- old Schelldorf. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylen Sutton and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and family in Rapid City. Miss Sharon Pearson and Jones Snook had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Iver Pearson of Seely. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Allen and daughter, Jill, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Stahl and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sager and Ben K. dined with Mr. and Mrs. Lorey Anderson and family of Devils Tower. Guests at the Clyde Roadifer home were Mr. and Mrs. Don Road- ifer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gerhart and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson were guests of Mrs. Nelson's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Aukerman of Rapid City. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Reynolds spent Wednesday to Sunday in Denver with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Burrus and family. They also attended the DU-Wyo. football game in Denver. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Glasby and family were Mrs. Glas- by's brothers and wives, Mr. and Mrs. William Nehren and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nehren and her fa- ther, Mr. J. E. Nehren of Nisland, S. D. Mr. J. E. Nehren remained and is visiting at the Glasby home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kokesh and family and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kokesh and Jo spent the day at the Tracy Ellsbury ranch near Aladdin. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Ellsbury and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cundy and family. Mr. and Mrs. Curly McLaughlin and family and Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Dinkins and family had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Watson and family of Beulah. Mr. ant! Mrs. Floyd Hawken, Joan Banks, Lila and Nelda Vines and Mrs. Alma Colquhoun were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. i Charles Hawken of Belle Fourche. Mrs. Mamie McAnally and Mrs. i Lena Sanford spent the day with :Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rice and family. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Semsey er guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dar- i rel Cameron and son. Mrs. Marie Anderson and broth- er Cris Peterson dined with Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Chatfield and fami- ly. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Spracklen and family spent the day in New- castle with Mr. Spracklen's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McGee. Mr. and Mrs. Arlis Binney and son were guests of Rev. and Mrs. R. O. Rice and family in Upton. Guests at the Kenneth Weaver home were: Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ames, Don, Ken and Linda; Mr. and Mrs. Burt Buckmiller and Mike of Moorcroft and Mr. and Mrs. George Strong and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ames, Jr. and family and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Dowdy and family of Upton, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tschetter and family of Sundance. Mrs. A. H. Hewes held a dinner at her ranch home and her guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hewes and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ter Redies and girls of Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Smith were unable to attend. A-lc Robert Quint was home from Ellsworth Base to be with his family, Mr. and Mrs. John Quint and Johnny. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sharp and son were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. McCarroll and family in Deadwood. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rounds and family were guests at the Russell French home in Alva. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Miller and Gary were guests of Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lun- deen of Buffalo Gap, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Blakeman and family of Sheridan were din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Osa Humphrey. Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsey and Mike were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heinbaugh of Spearfish. Crago and faraiIy were: Mr.  g jl __ m__ Mrs. CecilCrsgoandfy, Tot 'N Teen and and Mrs. John Crago, Frank  ,, Mrs. Myrtle Crago and Neff l of Beulah. ' the /.ester Mauch family. and . c,,;@ K, I and Andra of tLaZl City 20% off I II ALL JACKETS - PRICE 00--Phil-Gas ........ TANK DELIVERIES When you want it... As you want it We're as close as your telephone. Just phone and we'll be there in a jiffy to fill your gas tank. for heating or cooking I from also 3 Tables of Bargain litems Hi-Way Service Station All creepers, slax, jeans, boy's trou- sers, shirts, T-shirts (except Buster Brown), girls' blouses, whnter head- wear and all nihtwear. I I II II Clearance SALE i ' .. and You Can't Beat WE ARE SELLING OUT " , ONE RACK OF DRESSES Phil-Gas i ALL COATS AND SNOWSUITS t for Heating or Cooking ALL BABY SHOES  We now have {--_.. - facil,ities to fill L-. X  your largest tank  with PHIL-GAS. I E Barney Google and Snuffy Smith BLESS YORE BOIgES, Thanksgiving Dinners Mr. and Mrs. Myron Goodson Iwere guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. family, Mrs. Cleo Goodson, Mr. [ Durfee. Mrs. Kellogg and child- Mrs. Leon Niblett of Cheyenne, I ren visited until Sunday. W. N. Harrison of Dubois and I Mr. and Mrs. Amos Ewing and and Mrs. Elvin Leeman and I family were guests at the Dorman Ray of Cheyenne were in Nis-I Ewing home. S. D. for Thanksgiving din- I Mr. and Mrs. tester Waugh and with Mrs. Myron Goodson's Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wat- Ch. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clingan, and Perry Yeoman and Wal- Lawrence were Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Yeo- ban Thanksgiving dinner guests of and Mrs. Leonard Sherrard of Tower were Mr. and Mrs. Hejde and Kathleen, Mr. nd Mrs. Chester Hejde, Mr. and rs. David Zimmerschied and fam- 'tly, Mrs. Lila Zimmerschied, Mrs. Iris Partlow, Edgar Partlow, Mr. Lad Mrs. Bob Sherrard and family d Frank Horlocker. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Allen and rally, Mr and Mrs. Bob Pearson d family, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. otter and Mr. and Mrs. Fred ines and family of Gillette were ests of Mrs. Alice Vines. Guests at the William Habeck, ranch were Mr. and Mrs. Bill lters, Mr and Mrs. Billy Habeck, ilt. and family, Devils Tower; Mr. Mrs. James Habeck and fami- Harvey Habeck, Mr. and Mrs. Dybwad and family, John Mrs. Aldeen Olson and Otto Mr. and Mrs. Tom Graham Thanksgiving in Roch- with Mrs/ Graham's mother, Emma Wennberg and other Mrs. Graham, Janice Karen remained in Rochford d visited until Sunday. Bill Haptonstall, who is attend- the National School of Busi- in Rapid City, was home with parents during the Thanksgiv- weekend. Mrs. Ethel Hart was a guest of and Mrs. Amos Hart and fami- of Osage. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cole and of 'Rapid City spent Wed- to Friday as Thanksgiving of Mrs. Cole's aunt and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hum- Mr. and Mrs. Everett Humphrey family dined with Mr. and Harold Larson of Spearfish. and Mrs. Harry Sager 'and! were also present. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Blakeman and family were and Mrs. Gerald Blakeman and of Beulah and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis and family of Haven ),Ir. and Mrs. John Binney held for Mr. and Mrs. Raymond of Newcastle; Mrs, O. C. Upton, and Mr: and Mrs. Carr and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cole and sie and Mr. Sidney Harvey din- at "Gulley's" in Newcastle. guests of Mr. and Mrs. family spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Waugh of Hulett. Miss Elva Warner and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ewing and family of Devils Tower were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frank and family. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Good and Mrs. Georgia Powers were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dudrey and family of Sheridan and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Good of Spearfish. The group also celebrated the 35th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Good. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Roberts spent the holiday with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Fuller of Upton. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mauch and family had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Ballou of New Haven. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Niles and baby of Moskee spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur" Dillavou and Annabelle. Guests at the Henry Oudin home were Mr. and Mrs. Will Oudin, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oudin of Harrison, Nebr. and Mr. and Mrs. Halley Oudin and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Cressman and family, Mrs. Nellie Cressman and Herbert Cressman had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Cressman in Spearfish. Diners at the Raymond Roadifer farm were Mr. and Mrs. Pat Cun- ningham and family of Hammond, Mont. and Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Roadifer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schelldorf entertained Mr. and Mrs. Art Schelldorf, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schelldorf and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Carr, Charlotte Carr, Mrs. John Schelldorf and and Har- old Schelldorf. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylen Sutton and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and family in Rapid City. Miss Sharon Pearson and Jones Snook had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Iver Pearson of Seely. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Allen and daughter, Jill, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Stahl and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sager and Ben K. dined with Mr. and Mrs. Lorey Anderson and family of Devils Tower. Guests at the Clyde Roadifer home were Mr. and Mrs. Don Road- ifer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gerhart and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nelson were guests of Mrs. Nelson's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Aukerman of Rapid City. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Reynolds spent Wednesday to Sunday in Denver with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Burrus and family. They also attended the DU-Wyo. football game in Denver. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Glasby and family were Mrs. Glas- by's brothers and wives, Mr. and Mrs. William Nehren and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nehren and her fa- ther, Mr. J. E. Nehren of Nisland, S. D. Mr. J. E. Nehren remained and is visiting at the Glasby home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kokesh and family and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kokesh and Jo spent the day at the Tracy Ellsbury ranch near Aladdin. Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Ellsbury and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cundy and family. Mr. and Mrs. Curly McLaughlin and family and Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Dinkins and family had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Watson and family of Beulah. Mr. ant! Mrs. Floyd Hawken, Joan Banks, Lila and Nelda Vines and Mrs. Alma Colquhoun were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. i Charles Hawken of Belle Fourche. Mrs. Mamie McAnally and Mrs. i Lena Sanford spent the day with :Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rice and family. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Semsey er guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dar- i rel Cameron and son. Mrs. Marie Anderson and broth- er Cris Peterson dined with Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Chatfield and fami- ly. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Spracklen and family spent the day in New- castle with Mr. Spracklen's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond McGee. Mr. and Mrs. Arlis Binney and son were guests of Rev. and Mrs. R. O. Rice and family in Upton. Guests at the Kenneth Weaver home were: Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ames, Don, Ken and Linda; Mr. and Mrs. Burt Buckmiller and Mike of Moorcroft and Mr. and Mrs. George Strong and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ames, Jr. and family and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Dowdy and family of Upton, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tschetter and family of Sundance. Mrs. A. H. Hewes held a dinner at her ranch home and her guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hewes and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ter Redies and girls of Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Smith were unable to attend. A-lc Robert Quint was home from Ellsworth Base to be with his family, Mr. and Mrs. John Quint and Johnny. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sharp and son were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. McCarroll and family in Deadwood. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rounds and family were guests at the Russell French home in Alva. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Miller and Gary were guests of Mrs. Miller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lun- deen of Buffalo Gap, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Blakeman and family of Sheridan were din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Osa Humphrey. Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsey and Mike were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Heinbaugh of Spearfish. Crago and faraiIy were: Mr.  g jl __ m__ Mrs. CecilCrsgoandfy, Tot 'N Teen and and Mrs. John Crago, Frank  ,, Mrs. Myrtle Crago and Neff l of Beulah. ' the /.ester Mauch family. and . c,,;@ K, I and Andra of tLaZl City 20% off I II ALL JACKETS - PRICE 00--Phil-Gas ........ TANK DELIVERIES When you want it... As you want it We're as close as your telephone. Just phone and we'll be there in a jiffy to fill your gas tank. for heating or cooking I from also 3 Tables of Bargain litems Hi-Way Service Station All creepers, slax, jeans, boy's trou- sers, shirts, T-shirts (except Buster Brown), girls' blouses, whnter head- wear and all nihtwear. I I II II Clearance SALE i ' .. and You Can't Beat WE ARE SELLING OUT " , ONE RACK OF DRESSES Phil-Gas i ALL COATS AND SNOWSUITS t for Heating or Cooking ALL BABY SHOES  We now have {--_.. - facil,ities to fill L-. X  your largest tank  with PHIL-GAS.