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Society Karl Frederiksens Parents of Son A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Karl Frederiksen Sunday, Nov. 27 at St. Joseph's "hospital in Dead- wood. The baby boy weighed 8 lbs., 2 ozs. and has been named Vernon Julius. The Fredericksens now have two sons. Son Born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Diederich Mr. and Mrs. Donald Diederich of Rapid City became the parents of a son born Nov. 5 in Rapid City at the Bennett Memorial hospital. He weighed 7 lbs., 10 oz, and has been named David Lee. Mrs. Wiederich is the former Dorothy Quint. Victor Allen Schwartz ]Baptized Sunday Victor Allen Schwartz, baby son of Mr. and Mrs. John Schwartz, was baptized Sunday at the Mt. Calvary Lutheran church in Sun- dance with the Rev. D. E. Shedler of Spearfish officiating. Sponsors were Ted Speidel of Sundance Godfather and Mrs. Ed- na Barnhart of Walla Walla, Wash., Godmother. Sundance Bridge Club Meets with Marion Thompson Members of the Sundance Bridge Club met at the home of Miss Marion Thompson Tuesday eve- ning, Nov. 22 with two tables of cards in play. Mrs. Paul Sharp was a guest player. Prize winners for the evening were: Mrs, John Binney, high; Mrs. C. D. Roberts, second high, and Mrs. Ethel Sharp, low. The group will meet again on December 7 with Mrs. John Binney who will be hostess. Rebekah Assembly .President Makes Official Visit Mrs. Beryl Agee of Basin, Wyo., president of the Rebekah Assembly of Wyoming, made her official vis- it to Wi Wiccipi Paha Rebekah lodge Tuesday evening, Nov. 22. The evening's activities began with a banquet held at the Elk Horn Care at 6:30. Following the banquet, the members returned to the lodge rooms in the I.O.O.F. hall "and held a business meeting with approximately thiry-five peo- ple in attendance. During the meeting, a check was presented to Mrs. Agee from the lodge in support of the Wyoming Crippled Children's Society, Mrs. Agee's special project for the year. Mrs. Agee then addressed the gathering on the Crippled Child- ren's Society. Also during the meeting, Mrs. Kate Donaldson was introduced as district deputy president and Mrs. Emory Miller as Assembly page of the Rebekah Assembly of Wyo- ming. Members in Wi Wiecipi Paha Lodge are presently conducting a contest for getting more members to their meetings. The losing side will give the winners a Christmas party. Those who served lunch at the close of the meeting were: Mrs. Harold Nelson, Mrs. A. J. Altizer, Mrs. Ethel Hart and Mrs. Emory Miller. Fern Wyman Becomes Bride Of Belle Fourche Man Miss Frn Wyman of Belle Fourche became the bride of Elmer Tryon of Belle Fourche Sunday, Nov. 20 at I p.m. in the Methodist parsonage at Spearfish. The Rev. Mr. Pittenger performed the single- ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wyman of Alad- din and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tryon of New- ell, S. D. Mrs. Elsie McBride of Beulah was the matron of honor while Thomas Tryon of Newell was best man. For her wedding, the bride wore a street-length dress of white nylon with a three-strand pearl necklace and a Black Hills Gold pin as ac. ceories. The matron of honor wore a aL,'eet-length dreu of green rayon. Following the ceremony, the wedding party and guests drove to the R. F. McBride home at Beu- lah for the reception. After the bride and groom cut the first piece of wedding cake, Mrs. Perry Dachtler finished cutting the cake and lunch was served by Mrs. Mc- Bride, Mrs. Robert Wyman and Mrs. John Wyman. After lunch the couple opened their gifts. For her traveling suit, the bride chose a two-piece brown satin dress. After a short wedding trip, the couple will reside in Belie Fourche. Mrs. Tryon graduated from Hu- lett high school and attended the University of Wyoming. She taught school in Crook county and more recently has been employed in Belle Fourche. The groom grew up in the Hoover, S. D. area and is employed at the American Colloid Co in Belle Fourche. Guests at the wedding were Charles Wyman and Kermeth Mid- dlemas of Aladdin; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wyman and son of Rapid City; Mr. and Mrs. John Wyman and children, Robert McBride and children of Beulah; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tryon of Newell; Mr. and Mrs. Perry Dachtler and sons of Pluma, S. D. and Mrs. Ida Dacht- ler of Sturgis. Mrs. Charles Wy- man, mother Of the bride, was unable to attend because of illness. HDA News By Bonnie Everling Hi Homemakers and Girl, Did you eat too much turkey? I'm afraid I did. Not too, too much but I was rather uncomfort- able for a little while. Hope you l all had a happy holiday with your family and friends. The time be- tween Thanksgiving and Christmas is always so short. I imagine many of you have started making goodies for the holidays. It's won- derful now when we have our bet- ter methods of storing and can prepare things ahead of time. You probably plan to make some can- dies, cookies and fruit cakes to give as gifts. This is a very fine idea and I'm sure the gifts are well received. Are you wondering about storing .these goodies? Fruit cakes can be frozen but I don't think this is necessary as long as you wrap them well in aluminum foil or plastic to keep the packages air- tight. They should be kept in a cool place. Candy should be stor- ed in an air-tight container or it can be frozen. An idea I saw in a magazine re- cently. Bake fruit cakes in coffee cans. In the center wrap a fruit juice can with waxed paper. Most recipes call for the use of 3 layers of waxed paper, oiled. Anyway when the cake is baked it will be in the shape of a wreath. These would make a very nice gift wrap- ped in a plastic or aluminum paper and tied with a pert red bow. If you weren't going to give it away you would have a good storage can already. There are many, many inexpensive ideas in our November and December magazines. Yours for the looking. Lots of ideas for other gifts to be made. Mrs. Smith sent out some news notes this week that I think you might be interested in. Tired of peeling potatoes? U. S. Department of Agriculture scientists have fbund that by add- ing a new step to the original pro- cess for making potato flakes -- precooking at varying temperatures and for different lengths of time-- texture of the mashed potatoes can Breakfast Sets to Add HOLIDAY SPARKLE to the Kitchen CHROME WROUGHT IRON with Formica Tops For a lasting gift this holiday season, get something for your home. See our superb collection of breakfast sets. (. D. Roberts Phone 48R 8undunce, Wyo. Sundance, Wyo, Dec. 1, 1955 range from mealy to creamy and smooth. All you have to do is add hot milk or water. This product is not in commer- cial production, but homemakers I am sure like previews of new food to come. Precooking the potato has an- other valuable effect. It makes possible the use of potatoes that contain a lot of water. For a mash that will be creamy, high temperatures and short pre- cooking times are used. Low tem- perature and longer precooking are used to make a pi'oduce that will give a mealy mash. Potatoes are precooked for a suitable time at 140 degrees to 180 degrees F., then cooked again at 212 degrees F. The double-cooked mixture is mashed and fed onto a steam-heat- ed drum drier. As the drier ro- tates, the mash spreads over the surface and dries as a thin sheet. This sheet is then broken into flakes. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Megle were brief callers at the J Quint home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Quint were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs John Ettinger of Belle Fourche. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mayer u family were in Denver on busineSS Thursday to Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Seyfang and family of Hammon, Wyo. ad a son, Arthur, on leave from Great Lakes Ill., were guests Friday Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. John SeY fang and family. Those attending the Jobs Daugl I ters' smorgasbord in Upton" Tue I.day evening were: Joan Baulk, I Sanda Mayer, Nelda and I I Vines, Linda Williams, Carol A I Hooper, Shirley Lincoln, NanCY I and Sherry Robinson and Kathlee I Hejde. I Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Reimer re" j turned to Sundance Saturday, NOV: [19 after spending a seventeen d t vacation in Sedro Woolley, Wa' with relatives. No w-p/e o e 7"14/0 00voriteJ,,adies This wonderful toy Hoover is free, when you buy a new Hoover. New Constellation has full horsepower motor that cleans better with less effort and time.  Double-stretch hose reaches out.., lets you clean twi# the area of any other cleaner. -Over-size throw-away dust bag.  Telescoping wand  com- plete set of tools. CONVENIENT TERMS ALSO UPRIGHT MODELS Sundance Electric 50R2 8undance, WY Society Karl Frederiksens Parents of Son A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Karl Frederiksen Sunday, Nov. 27 at St. Joseph's "hospital in Dead- wood. The baby boy weighed 8 lbs., 2 ozs. and has been named Vernon Julius. The Fredericksens now have two sons. Son Born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Diederich Mr. and Mrs. Donald Diederich of Rapid City became the parents of a son born Nov. 5 in Rapid City at the Bennett Memorial hospital. He weighed 7 lbs., 10 oz, and has been named David Lee. Mrs. Wiederich is the former Dorothy Quint. Victor Allen Schwartz ]Baptized Sunday Victor Allen Schwartz, baby son of Mr. and Mrs. John Schwartz, was baptized Sunday at the Mt. Calvary Lutheran church in Sun- dance with the Rev. D. E. Shedler of Spearfish officiating. Sponsors were Ted Speidel of Sundance Godfather and Mrs. Ed- na Barnhart of Walla Walla, Wash., Godmother. Sundance Bridge Club Meets with Marion Thompson Members of the Sundance Bridge Club met at the home of Miss Marion Thompson Tuesday eve- ning, Nov. 22 with two tables of cards in play. Mrs. Paul Sharp was a guest player. Prize winners for the evening were: Mrs, John Binney, high; Mrs. C. D. Roberts, second high, and Mrs. Ethel Sharp, low. The group will meet again on December 7 with Mrs. John Binney who will be hostess. Rebekah Assembly .President Makes Official Visit Mrs. Beryl Agee of Basin, Wyo., president of the Rebekah Assembly of Wyoming, made her official vis- it to Wi Wiccipi Paha Rebekah lodge Tuesday evening, Nov. 22. The evening's activities began with a banquet held at the Elk Horn Care at 6:30. Following the banquet, the members returned to the lodge rooms in the I.O.O.F. hall "and held a business meeting with approximately thiry-five peo- ple in attendance. During the meeting, a check was presented to Mrs. Agee from the lodge in support of the Wyoming Crippled Children's Society, Mrs. Agee's special project for the year. Mrs. Agee then addressed the gathering on the Crippled Child- ren's Society. Also during the meeting, Mrs. Kate Donaldson was introduced as district deputy president and Mrs. Emory Miller as Assembly page of the Rebekah Assembly of Wyo- ming. Members in Wi Wiecipi Paha Lodge are presently conducting a contest for getting more members to their meetings. The losing side will give the winners a Christmas party. Those who served lunch at the close of the meeting were: Mrs. Harold Nelson, Mrs. A. J. Altizer, Mrs. Ethel Hart and Mrs. Emory Miller. Fern Wyman Becomes Bride Of Belle Fourche Man Miss Frn Wyman of Belle Fourche became the bride of Elmer Tryon of Belle Fourche Sunday, Nov. 20 at I p.m. in the Methodist parsonage at Spearfish. The Rev. Mr. Pittenger performed the single- ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wyman of Alad- din and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tryon of New- ell, S. D. Mrs. Elsie McBride of Beulah was the matron of honor while Thomas Tryon of Newell was best man. For her wedding, the bride wore a street-length dress of white nylon with a three-strand pearl necklace and a Black Hills Gold pin as ac. ceories. The matron of honor wore a aL,'eet-length dreu of green rayon. Following the ceremony, the wedding party and guests drove to the R. F. McBride home at Beu- lah for the reception. After the bride and groom cut the first piece of wedding cake, Mrs. Perry Dachtler finished cutting the cake and lunch was served by Mrs. Mc- Bride, Mrs. Robert Wyman and Mrs. John Wyman. After lunch the couple opened their gifts. For her traveling suit, the bride chose a two-piece brown satin dress. After a short wedding trip, the couple will reside in Belie Fourche. Mrs. Tryon graduated from Hu- lett high school and attended the University of Wyoming. She taught school in Crook county and more recently has been employed in Belle Fourche. The groom grew up in the Hoover, S. D. area and is employed at the American Colloid Co in Belle Fourche. Guests at the wedding were Charles Wyman and Kermeth Mid- dlemas of Aladdin; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wyman and son of Rapid City; Mr. and Mrs. John Wyman and children, Robert McBride and children of Beulah; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tryon of Newell; Mr. and Mrs. Perry Dachtler and sons of Pluma, S. D. and Mrs. Ida Dacht- ler of Sturgis. Mrs. Charles Wy- man, mother Of the bride, was unable to attend because of illness. HDA News By Bonnie Everling Hi Homemakers and Girl, Did you eat too much turkey? I'm afraid I did. Not too, too much but I was rather uncomfort- able for a little while. Hope you l all had a happy holiday with your family and friends. The time be- tween Thanksgiving and Christmas is always so short. I imagine many of you have started making goodies for the holidays. It's won- derful now when we have our bet- ter methods of storing and can prepare things ahead of time. You probably plan to make some can- dies, cookies and fruit cakes to give as gifts. This is a very fine idea and I'm sure the gifts are well received. Are you wondering about storing .these goodies? Fruit cakes can be frozen but I don't think this is necessary as long as you wrap them well in aluminum foil or plastic to keep the packages air- tight. They should be kept in a cool place. Candy should be stor- ed in an air-tight container or it can be frozen. An idea I saw in a magazine re- cently. Bake fruit cakes in coffee cans. In the center wrap a fruit juice can with waxed paper. Most recipes call for the use of 3 layers of waxed paper, oiled. Anyway when the cake is baked it will be in the shape of a wreath. These would make a very nice gift wrap- ped in a plastic or aluminum paper and tied with a pert red bow. If you weren't going to give it away you would have a good storage can already. There are many, many inexpensive ideas in our November and December magazines. Yours for the looking. Lots of ideas for other gifts to be made. Mrs. Smith sent out some news notes this week that I think you might be interested in. Tired of peeling potatoes? U. S. Department of Agriculture scientists have fbund that by add- ing a new step to the original pro- cess for making potato flakes -- precooking at varying temperatures and for different lengths of time-- texture of the mashed potatoes can Breakfast Sets to Add HOLIDAY SPARKLE to the Kitchen CHROME WROUGHT IRON with Formica Tops For a lasting gift this holiday season, get something for your home. See our superb collection of breakfast sets. (. D. Roberts Phone 48R 8undunce, Wyo. Sundance, Wyo, Dec. 1, 1955 range from mealy to creamy and smooth. All you have to do is add hot milk or water. This product is not in commer- cial production, but homemakers I am sure like previews of new food to come. Precooking the potato has an- other valuable effect. It makes possible the use of potatoes that contain a lot of water. For a mash that will be creamy, high temperatures and short pre- cooking times are used. Low tem- perature and longer precooking are used to make a pi'oduce that will give a mealy mash. Potatoes are precooked for a suitable time at 140 degrees to 180 degrees F., then cooked again at 212 degrees F. The double-cooked mixture is mashed and fed onto a steam-heat- ed drum drier. As the drier ro- tates, the mash spreads over the surface and dries as a thin sheet. This sheet is then broken into flakes. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Megle were brief callers at the J Quint home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Quint were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs John Ettinger of Belle Fourche. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mayer u family were in Denver on busineSS Thursday to Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John H. Seyfang and family of Hammon, Wyo. ad a son, Arthur, on leave from Great Lakes Ill., were guests Friday Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. John SeY fang and family. Those attending the Jobs Daugl I ters' smorgasbord in Upton" Tue I.day evening were: Joan Baulk, I Sanda Mayer, Nelda and I I Vines, Linda Williams, Carol A I Hooper, Shirley Lincoln, NanCY I and Sherry Robinson and Kathlee I Hejde. I Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Reimer re" j turned to Sundance Saturday, NOV: [19 after spending a seventeen d t vacation in Sedro Woolley, Wa' with relatives. No w-p/e o e 7"14/0 00voriteJ,,adies This wonderful toy Hoover is free, when you buy a new Hoover. New Constellation has full horsepower motor that cleans better with less effort and time.  Double-stretch hose reaches out.., lets you clean twi# the area of any other cleaner. -Over-size throw-away dust bag.  Telescoping wand  com- plete set of tools. CONVENIENT TERMS ALSO UPRIGHT MODELS Sundance Electric 50R2 8undance, WY