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Hulott News Roundup By Lydia Borne to other parts of the mill. Don Roberts, who was working there at the time, suffered burns. Thanksgiving day guests at the home of Jack Wolfskill were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Durham and Mr. and Mrs: Tom Wolfskill. Don Steiger spent Thanksgiving with his parents at Oshkosh, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Ben B. Mahoney and children arrived the first of the week to spend the Thanksgiv- ing holiday with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Cheshier dinner affair with plenty turkey and all that goes with In the evening there was a pic- show at the Legion hall fol- by a dance. and Mrs. Jack Vasey and ~hildren left Wednesday for Den- ?er, Colo. to spend Thanksgiving With Jack's cousin, Bob Kelly, and Wife. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Shannon ~ove to Laramie for Thanksgiving and to spend the remainder of the ~eek. On December 14th, Rev. Hart- from the Baptist Mission Of. in New York City will preach at both the morning and evening lervices at the Baptist church. He Will be accompanied by Rev. Nord- Rrom of Casper. All are invited to come and hear this fine speak- Walters and daughter were Thanks- giving day guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Chatfield. Mrs. Chatfield entertained Mrs. John Binney, Mrs. Marie Andersen and Connie Carr Monday afternoon in honor of Cheryl's third birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Joy were callers at the Harold Schelldorf home Tuesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Art Sehelldorf and Mr. and Mrs. A1 ScheUdorf and Jack were Thanksgiving day gtmsts. Harold attended the bull sale in and family have moved from Flat Belle Fourche Monday. River, Me. to ttulett and will live ] Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor and Due tothe cold weather and icy in the property formerly occupied I Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Katches and Thanksgiving was mostly a by Herb Bush. daughters were Thanksgiving day Mr. and Mrs. Myron Scarborough spent their Thanksgiving holiday visiting friends in Mobridge, S. D. Miss Barbara Franklin visited her parents in Newcastle, leaving here Wednesday. Mrs. Gertrude Mahoney spent several days visiting her daughter, Mrs. Chub Long and family near Seely. Pat and Virginia Donovan of Belle Fourche spent their Thanks- giving holiday with Mr. and Mrs. Pat Murphy. HOUSTON CREEK Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hindman, Carol, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Engel- haupt, Eugene Hindman and moth- er were Thanksgiving day guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill tl'. Bushnell. Mr. and Mrs. Bushnell Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bush were were Sunday visitors at the Eugene to the Bush families on Hindman home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cummings and family were Wed- Due to a conflict in engagements nesday callers at the Bushnell the Legion hall on Dec. 3rd, the home. Club changed the date Dr. and Mrs. R. I. Port were Sunday guests at the Chas. Chat- field home. guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Snook. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Osgard were Sunday guests at the O. G. Harper home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Joy and children, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Me- Anally, Mrs. Ed Sanford, Nic Schweim and Bob White and Mr. Babcock of Dubois were Thanks- giving day guests at the Sam Rice home. Mr. White and Mr. Babcocl~ i had spent the week at the Rice home. Mr. and Mrs. Rice and guests were in Sturgis Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hindman and Carol were Tuesday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Engelhaupt, the oc- casion being Mrs. Hindman's birth- day. Carol Hindman was a Monday overnight visitor with Shirley Cure. The Hindman family attended the Rebekah-Odd Fellow supper Fri- day night. Mrs. Paul Cummings and child- ren spent the holiday weekend at the ranch. On Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Cummings and daughters were supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard presentation of their play Husbands" until Dee. The Willing Workers Bazaar and sale will be held this Satur- Dec. 6th at the Legion room min~ at one o'clock, Come d enjoy the afternoon. Lunch 11 be served free to all. A recent fire at, the Charles uckins saw mill damaged the Rotors for the edger but was ex- tinguished before it could spread A Christmas Gift (:AIIALLERO by COMFY--Spun rayon tnd Nylon water-repellent 13 Yz-ounoe q:ovar;ng. Lustrous gold satin lining. Styled for the hard.to-flt, slim-hipped ~c:tlve man. Buttoned, flapped 2-way backers with lined hand warmers, plus |Ippered clgaret pocket. Mouton col- lar. Adiustable bottom 2-way zipper. Taupe and range green. S sizes... ktra small through extra large. Come In and See Us at Phone 800 Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chatfield, Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Kennedy and Jim Bowers of Broadus, Mont. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kiser were Thanksgiving day guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Bushnell. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Dec. 4, 195Z HOSPITAL Mrs. Emma Meier was dismissed December I. REMEMBER... 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