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--TOWER (Continued from First Page) Bernd said that out of 2300 pro- posals made in a year for special stamps only 17 proposals resulted in special stamps being issued. --NITZEL (Continued from First Page) Dempsey and Mrs. Florence Vande Hyde, all of Grand Rapids, Mich.; seven brothers - Wills, Jake, Paul and Oliver, Moline, Ill., Dale, East Moline, William, Grand Rapids and Carl, Little Rock, Ark.; a half- brother, Christ, Moline, and three grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Paris Giltner of Beulah attended the funeral serv- ices. He is a brother of Mrs. Nitzel. Two Performances Set Tuesday for Junior Class Play Two performancos of the junior class play, "Tish", will be staged next Tuesday in the high school gymnasium. A matinee for the students will be held at 1:30 p.m. with the regular performance be- ing held at 8 p.m. Admission prices for the play are 75 cents for adults, 35 cents for grades 7-12 and 25 cents for grades 1-6. Mrs. Margaret Thomas, high school instructor, will direct the play. Playing the lead role of Tish is Joan Witcher. Others in the cast are Judy Hutchins, Char- lene Shipek, Guy Fowler, Carolyn Donaldson, Tom Beagle, Mike Lind- sey, Maxine Peterson, Karol Hoop- or, Jim Aurand, Karen Hegge,  Mervin Peterson and Janet Witch- or. Judy Frank is the prompter and Kenny Glover manager, Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Vel- ma Case and Mrs. Aria Ernest were Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Smith and son George of Milesville, S. D. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Case and daugh- ter of Belle Fourche. Local Ag Students Get Deeper Into Course of Study Vo-ag students at Sundance high school are getting deeper into the year's work. Ag 1 students have been study- ing the use of power tools, measur- ing, kinds of lumber, sharpening tools, fitting hammer handles and the various sizes of nails and screws. Students in Ag 2 are working on running vertical and overhead beads with the arc welder. The students are also commencing farm marketing and bronze welding with acetylene. Advance Ag students have just completed a discussion of farm sur- plus, prices and government poli- cies. The students are starting a study of laying concrete blocks. On Wednesday morning, Supt. Wes Huckins gave a demonstration on block laying for the class. Weather The readings: Max. Min. Prec. Nov. 22 ................ 47 25 .04 Nov. 23 ............... 42 23 0 Nov. 24 ................ 35 13 0 Nov. 25 ............... 40 21 0 Nov. 26 ................ 44 27 0 Nov. 27 ............... 27 -12 0 Nov. 28 ................ 15 -8 0 Aurand, Allen to Attend Newell FFA Banquet Bear Lodge FFA President Jim Aurand and chapter adviser Clark Allen will attend the annual par- ent-son banquet of the Newell, S. D. chapter of the FFA Dec. 2. The banquet will be held in the Newell high school gymnasium starting at 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schloredt and daughter Linda of Troutdale, Ore. were recent visitors of her mother, Mrs. Velma Case. Junior FHA Girls Name 3 Officers, Chapter Mothers Members of the junior FHA chapter held a meeting in the high school bandroom Nov. 17. Chap- ter mothers and three new officers were elected at the meeting. Chapter mothers are Mrs. Myron Goodson and Mrs. A. J. Katches. Three girls left the chapter caus- ing the election of three new offi- cers. Named were Kaaren Katches, vice-president; Donna Mollenbrink,  student council representative, and 'Atha Mitts, parliamentarian. During the meeting, members discussed the 25 cent dues which are payable every semester. They were due Nov. 23. The eighth grade girls discussed the initiation of seventh grade girls which will be held in December. Following the meeting, members were lead in relaxers by Janice Jensen. Pony Goodson played the piano. A panel discussion was held at the end of the session. On the panel were Linda Williams, Bea- trice Schwartz, Sydney Crago, and Nelda Dillon. The discussion cov- ered Halloween, Lincoln's birthday, Washington's birthday, St. Pat- rick's day, Easter, Christmas, In- dependence day and Thanksgiving. Moorcroft Mr. and Mrs. Russell Krause were visitors in Casper last Tues- day. They report the roads very l icy in places. Mr. and Mrs. Hudson and son !of Buffalo Creek were shopping in town last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Harding and daughter enjoyed. Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Robinson and daughter. Mrs. C. H. Cannon underwent surgery at the Mercy hospital in Denver last Tuesday morning. Last reports were she is getting along fine and sometime this week will be dismissed from the hospital but will remain at the Albany  Hotel for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Frosty Twiford and Personal Stapler A Real Value at *3.30 Includes I000 Staples BOSTITCH Personal Stapler "l'acker, Hand Stapler, Desk Fastener -- All in One Hundreds of Uses at Home-at Work - in School The Sundance Times The Newspaper Printed for Crook County 2- L: -- L: :2 : - . children of Rapid City spent Thanksgiving with Frosty's parents Mr. and Mrs. Russell Twiford. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Epler and children left early Thanksgiving morning for Cheyenne to visit rela- tives over the weekend. They re- turned home late Sunday evening and report a fine trip and weather was nice. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Thomas and daughters of Cody were visitors in town Friday. Mrs. Thomas will be remembered here as Miss Marjorie Stok. Mrs. Jess White of Upton ac- companied by her sister, Mrs. Bob Bartholmew, of Greeley, Colo. were renewing old acquaintances here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bobble Smoot were visitors in Sundance Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Waymire returned Saturday from Laramie where they visited their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Borthwick, and infant daughter. They report the little granddaugh- ter is still in the hospital but is gaining and they hope soon to be able to take her home. Stanley Wenkus of Gillette has been spending the past few days in Moorcroft looking after oil interests. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Stewart and datghters spent the Thanksgiving vacation in Sheridan with Mrs. Stewart's mother, Mrs. Merle Nef- sy. Mrs. Fred Ware is a patient in the Sheridan Memorial hospital suffering from a broken hip which she sustained Thanksgiving day at her home. Her many friends here are wishing her the best of luck. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart are spending some time in Sheridan due to the illness of Mrs. Fred Ware. Mrs. Ware is a sister of Frank's. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Sanders ac- companied by Keith Walker and son, Jim, spent a couple of days in Casper this week. Russell Twiford and Merrill Waymire were visitors in Rapid City Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baldwin of Newcastle spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Cy Russell. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Sech write from Reseda, Calif. their daughter, Rochelle, is having a seige of the mumps. Keyhole Mr. and Mrs. A1 Shepperson and Jerry were brief callers at the Sidney Erland home Monday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Erland and children were in Gillette Wednes- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pickerd and II I i BELLE THEATRE BELLE FOURCHE, SO. DAK. Thursday, Dec. 1 Joan Crawford Melvyn Douglas "They All Kissed The Bride" I Friday, Saturday-Dec. 2, 3 Barbara Stanwyck Paul Douglas in "Clash by Night" PLUS "End of the Affair" I Sunday, Monday, Dec. 4, 5 Alan Ladd June Allyson "The McConnell Story" family spent Thanksgiving castle. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jones Thanksgiving at the home of and Mrs. A1 Shepperson and of Upton at the usual family union held there. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Erland  family spent Thanksgiving home of Mr. and Mrs. Gone ston and family of Upton. Mr. J Mrs. Shorty Cranston of were also there. Mr. and Mrs. Everett were in Gillette Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Erland', family were in Sundance also brief callers on the AI persons. Charlie Williams was a caller at the Sidney Erland Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pickerd family were callers at the Mills, Jr. home Sunday Elmer Pickerd was a the Sidney Erland home night. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Erland family were visiting at the N. Erland home for a short Sunday afternoon. Getting The New Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller, Renewals Irene Gardner, Klamath Falls,  David Seeley, Sundance Chester Clark, Rapid City F. M. Ownbey, Hulett George Watts, Hulett D. J. Lantz, Fontana, Calif. Gone Ewing, Devils Tower Harry Clingan, Upton Harry Scoggin, Alzada, Mont. Harry Fort, Spearfish, S. D. Mrs. Edna Menger, Wyckoff, N. Ernest Fort, Hulett Louis Olah, Sundance Mrs. Frank Toth, Sr., Delano Granite Works, Inc., Delano, Minn. Bill Wood, Hulett M. N. Barton, Upton Aubrey Slaybaugh, Sheridan Ray Wieck, Sundance O. H. Queen, Sundance 'Ray Osgard, Sundance George Sommers, Sundance Quintin Seely COMMERCIAL THEAT!R Sundance - 8.00 p.n  I Friday - Dec. 2-3 H JUNGLE FORD.AmE Sunday - Monday Dec. 4 5 Clnemascope & Color Tuesday, Wednesday, Dec, 6, 7 Stewart Granger Jean Simmons "Footsteps in the Fog" Color by Technicolor I II I I --TOWER (Continued from First Page) Bernd said that out of 2300 pro- posals made in a year for special stamps only 17 proposals resulted in special stamps being issued. --NITZEL (Continued from First Page) Dempsey and Mrs. Florence Vande Hyde, all of Grand Rapids, Mich.; seven brothers - Wills, Jake, Paul and Oliver, Moline, Ill., Dale, East Moline, William, Grand Rapids and Carl, Little Rock, Ark.; a half- brother, Christ, Moline, and three grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Paris Giltner of Beulah attended the funeral serv- ices. He is a brother of Mrs. Nitzel. Two Performances Set Tuesday for Junior Class Play Two performancos of the junior class play, "Tish", will be staged next Tuesday in the high school gymnasium. A matinee for the students will be held at 1:30 p.m. with the regular performance be- ing held at 8 p.m. Admission prices for the play are 75 cents for adults, 35 cents for grades 7-12 and 25 cents for grades 1-6. Mrs. Margaret Thomas, high school instructor, will direct the play. Playing the lead role of Tish is Joan Witcher. Others in the cast are Judy Hutchins, Char- lene Shipek, Guy Fowler, Carolyn Donaldson, Tom Beagle, Mike Lind- sey, Maxine Peterson, Karol Hoop- or, Jim Aurand, Karen Hegge,  Mervin Peterson and Janet Witch- or. Judy Frank is the prompter and Kenny Glover manager, Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. Vel- ma Case and Mrs. Aria Ernest were Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Smith and son George of Milesville, S. D. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Case and daugh- ter of Belle Fourche. Local Ag Students Get Deeper Into Course of Study Vo-ag students at Sundance high school are getting deeper into the year's work. Ag 1 students have been study- ing the use of power tools, measur- ing, kinds of lumber, sharpening tools, fitting hammer handles and the various sizes of nails and screws. Students in Ag 2 are working on running vertical and overhead beads with the arc welder. The students are also commencing farm marketing and bronze welding with acetylene. Advance Ag students have just completed a discussion of farm sur- plus, prices and government poli- cies. The students are starting a study of laying concrete blocks. On Wednesday morning, Supt. Wes Huckins gave a demonstration on block laying for the class. Weather The readings: Max. Min. Prec. Nov. 22 ................ 47 25 .04 Nov. 23 ............... 42 23 0 Nov. 24 ................ 35 13 0 Nov. 25 ............... 40 21 0 Nov. 26 ................ 44 27 0 Nov. 27 ............... 27 -12 0 Nov. 28 ................ 15 -8 0 Aurand, Allen to Attend Newell FFA Banquet Bear Lodge FFA President Jim Aurand and chapter adviser Clark Allen will attend the annual par- ent-son banquet of the Newell, S. D. chapter of the FFA Dec. 2. The banquet will be held in the Newell high school gymnasium starting at 7:30 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schloredt and daughter Linda of Troutdale, Ore. were recent visitors of her mother, Mrs. Velma Case. Junior FHA Girls Name 3 Officers, Chapter Mothers Members of the junior FHA chapter held a meeting in the high school bandroom Nov. 17. Chap- ter mothers and three new officers were elected at the meeting. Chapter mothers are Mrs. Myron Goodson and Mrs. A. J. Katches. Three girls left the chapter caus- ing the election of three new offi- cers. Named were Kaaren Katches, vice-president; Donna Mollenbrink,  student council representative, and 'Atha Mitts, parliamentarian. During the meeting, members discussed the 25 cent dues which are payable every semester. They were due Nov. 23. The eighth grade girls discussed the initiation of seventh grade girls which will be held in December. Following the meeting, members were lead in relaxers by Janice Jensen. Pony Goodson played the piano. A panel discussion was held at the end of the session. On the panel were Linda Williams, Bea- trice Schwartz, Sydney Crago, and Nelda Dillon. The discussion cov- ered Halloween, Lincoln's birthday, Washington's birthday, St. Pat- rick's day, Easter, Christmas, In- dependence day and Thanksgiving. Moorcroft Mr. and Mrs. Russell Krause were visitors in Casper last Tues- day. They report the roads very l icy in places. Mr. and Mrs. Hudson and son !of Buffalo Creek were shopping in town last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Harding and daughter enjoyed. Thanksgiving dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Robinson and daughter. Mrs. C. H. Cannon underwent surgery at the Mercy hospital in Denver last Tuesday morning. Last reports were she is getting along fine and sometime this week will be dismissed from the hospital but will remain at the Albany  Hotel for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Frosty Twiford and Personal Stapler A Real Value at *3.30 Includes I000 Staples BOSTITCH Personal Stapler "l'acker, Hand Stapler, Desk Fastener -- All in One Hundreds of Uses at Home-at Work - in School The Sundance Times The Newspaper Printed for Crook County 2- L: -- L: :2 : - . children of Rapid City spent Thanksgiving with Frosty's parents Mr. and Mrs. Russell Twiford. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Epler and children left early Thanksgiving morning for Cheyenne to visit rela- tives over the weekend. They re- turned home late Sunday evening and report a fine trip and weather was nice. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Thomas and daughters of Cody were visitors in town Friday. Mrs. Thomas will be remembered here as Miss Marjorie Stok. Mrs. Jess White of Upton ac- companied by her sister, Mrs. Bob Bartholmew, of Greeley, Colo. were renewing old acquaintances here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bobble Smoot were visitors in Sundance Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Waymire returned Saturday from Laramie where they visited their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Borthwick, and infant daughter. They report the little granddaugh- ter is still in the hospital but is gaining and they hope soon to be able to take her home. Stanley Wenkus of Gillette has been spending the past few days in Moorcroft looking after oil interests. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Stewart and datghters spent the Thanksgiving vacation in Sheridan with Mrs. Stewart's mother, Mrs. Merle Nef- sy. Mrs. Fred Ware is a patient in the Sheridan Memorial hospital suffering from a broken hip which she sustained Thanksgiving day at her home. Her many friends here are wishing her the best of luck. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart are spending some time in Sheridan due to the illness of Mrs. Fred Ware. Mrs. Ware is a sister of Frank's. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Sanders ac- companied by Keith Walker and son, Jim, spent a couple of days in Casper this week. Russell Twiford and Merrill Waymire were visitors in Rapid City Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baldwin of Newcastle spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Cy Russell. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Sech write from Reseda, Calif. their daughter, Rochelle, is having a seige of the mumps. Keyhole Mr. and Mrs. A1 Shepperson and Jerry were brief callers at the Sidney Erland home Monday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Erland and children were in Gillette Wednes- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pickerd and II I i BELLE THEATRE BELLE FOURCHE, SO. DAK. Thursday, Dec. 1 Joan Crawford Melvyn Douglas "They All Kissed The Bride" I Friday, Saturday-Dec. 2, 3 Barbara Stanwyck Paul Douglas in "Clash by Night" PLUS "End of the Affair" I Sunday, Monday, Dec. 4, 5 Alan Ladd June Allyson "The McConnell Story" family spent Thanksgiving castle. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jones Thanksgiving at the home of and Mrs. A1 Shepperson and of Upton at the usual family union held there. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Erland  family spent Thanksgiving home of Mr. and Mrs. Gone ston and family of Upton. Mr. J Mrs. Shorty Cranston of were also there. Mr. and Mrs. Everett were in Gillette Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Erland', family were in Sundance also brief callers on the AI persons. Charlie Williams was a caller at the Sidney Erland Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pickerd family were callers at the Mills, Jr. home Sunday Elmer Pickerd was a the Sidney Erland home night. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Erland family were visiting at the N. Erland home for a short Sunday afternoon. Getting The New Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller, Renewals Irene Gardner, Klamath Falls,  David Seeley, Sundance Chester Clark, Rapid City F. M. Ownbey, Hulett George Watts, Hulett D. J. Lantz, Fontana, Calif. Gone Ewing, Devils Tower Harry Clingan, Upton Harry Scoggin, Alzada, Mont. Harry Fort, Spearfish, S. D. Mrs. Edna Menger, Wyckoff, N. Ernest Fort, Hulett Louis Olah, Sundance Mrs. Frank Toth, Sr., Delano Granite Works, Inc., Delano, Minn. Bill Wood, Hulett M. N. Barton, Upton Aubrey Slaybaugh, Sheridan Ray Wieck, Sundance O. H. Queen, Sundance 'Ray Osgard, Sundance George Sommers, Sundance Quintin Seely COMMERCIAL THEAT!R Sundance - 8.00 p.n  I Friday - Dec. 2-3 H JUNGLE FORD.AmE Sunday - Monday Dec. 4 5 Clnemascope & Color Tuesday, Wednesday, Dec, 6, 7 Stewart Granger Jean Simmons "Footsteps in the Fog" Color by Technicolor I II I I