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By HELEN SMITH If you have news for this column please telephone 49 on Mondays between 10:00 a.m and 12 Noon. Second Grade ,Holds 'llkanksgiving Party The members of the second grade were ~lven a pre-Thanksgiv- ing party Wednesday afternoon after school by their room moth- er, Mrs. Frank Blakeman, at her home. Refreshments of' cookies and kool-ade were served, and ap- propriate games were played. Mrs. Bob Cronn, Mrs. Cecil Mat- tox and Mrs. ttarold Nelson also were guests at the party. Rebekahs Entertain Odd Fellows Friday Evening The members of the Rebekah lodge entertained the members of the Odd Fellows Lodge at a "pot- luck" supper at the Odd Fellows ball last Friday evening. Approx- |mately fifty people were present. After supper was served, the eve- ning was spent in playing various card games. Contract Bridge Club Meets at Thomas Home Mrs. Roger Thomas/ entertained the members of the Contract Bridge Club at her home last Mon- day evening. Mrs. C. D. Roberts was a substitute player. Refreshments were served by the hostess and at the conclusion~ of the bridge games, prizes were awarded to Mrs. Frank Shewey for high score; to Mrs. Harry Nixon for second high score and to Mrs. C. D. Roberts for low score. The Club will meet next at the home of Mrs. Paul Sharp on De- cember 7. -------. Annual Parish Dinner Given Sunday Evening Members and friends of the Church of the Good Shepherd at- tended the annual parish dinner Sunday evening which was given Mrs. Jay Durfee for high score, to Mrs. M. O. Trego for second high score, and to Mrs. Mamie McAnal- ly for low score. Douglas Bryan Hughes Christened Sunday Douglas Bryan tIughes, six months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis C. Hughes was christened Sunday at the Church of the Good Shepherd. Rev. Lamar Speier per- formed the rites, and Mrs. Allen Edwards, Deane Bryan, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hughes were the baby's sponsors. A buffet supper was served after the ceremony at the Hughes home. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Allen Edwards, Linda and Janice Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Deane Bryan, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hughes and Michael, Mrs. Marie Dorsett, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hughes and Jack Hughes. Beta Sigma Phi Holds Meeting Monday Night Members of Wyoming Kappa Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held a regular meeting at the home of Mrs. John Lindsey Monday eve- ning. Seventeen members were present. After the business meeting, pro- ~rams were presented to the group by Mrs. Rodney Port and Mrs. Glen Roberts. Late in the evening re- freshments were served by the hos- tess. The next meeting will be the Annual Christmas Party on Decem- ber. 15. Cheryl Chatfleld Celebrates Third Birthday With Party Cheryl Chatfield, daughter of Mr. and 'Mrs. Fritz Chatfield, was given a party Monday afternoon l at'her!,home when she celebrated at Ray's Cafe. :her'third birthday. Those attending included Rev. Attending the party were Mrs. and Mrs. Lamar Speier, Mr. and Mliry ~Anderson and Mrs. John Mrs. Leonard Snook, Jones Snook, Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Katches, Kaar- en and Susan Katches, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rounds, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schloredt, Mr. and Mrs. Jay I)urfee, Mr. and Mrs Bob Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carr, Mrs. Harry Davis, Mr. and Mrs. AI Schelldorf, Mrs~ Elfriede Schlor- edt, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Thomas, ]Mrs. Claire McGuckin, Earl Ike, ]Mr. and Mrs. Don Rounds, Miss ~arion Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sharp and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rounds. A short business meeting was held after dinner at which time Ted Rounds was re-elected Senior Warden, Don Steiger elected Jun- ior Warden. Jay Durfee elected Trasurer and Lee Schloredt elected Becretary. Binney and granddaughter, Con- nie 0a~,. r, Rebekahs, Odd Fellows Hold Pot Luck Supper Last Friday A joint meeting of the Sundance Rebekah and Odd Fellow lodgesI Mrs. Llndsey Entertains Sundance Bridge Club The members of the Sundance Bridge Club met at "the home of Mrs. John Lindsey last Tuesday evening. After dessert was served the evening was spent playing bridge. Prizes were awarded to was held last Friday evening, A pot luck supper was served at 6:30 p.m. by the Rebekahs. The remain- der of the evening Was spent playing canasta. Aladdin Nov. 25 Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Meyers have been visiting Art Pattinson the past two weeks. They left Saturday for Deadwood where they will visit their daughter before leav- ing for Omaha. Mrs. Charles Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pearson and children spent Wednesday evening at the Ralph Nickelson home. A Soil Conservation meeting and a soil demonstration was held at Bud Voss' Friday morning. The Farm Bureau held a Thanksgiving Supper at Farrall Friday evening. After supper they had their meeting and completed the evening by dancing. Ray Pattinson and Glen McLain from Rapid City visited A. J. Pattinson Sunday. Visitors over the week end at the Voss ranch were Dr. Franz Logan from Rapid City Air Base, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Bush and Joe of Hulett and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan' Smith of Denver. Kenneth McGillivary spent Sun- day at a Turkey Shoot at Herman jKruegers,. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pearson Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pearson and children spent Sunday at Steven Geis'. Mrs. Art Pattinson is on the sick list. , Henry Voss drove up from Den- ver Sunday to see his brother, Bill. The brothers hadn't met for thirty-three years. The Aladdin Telephone Co. held a meeting at the Aladdin Store Monday evening. Ralph Nickelson was elected President, Steven Gels as Secretary and Ben Miller to the Board. The plans are to put in a new line in the spring. Four Corners Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pzinski and Beverly were transacting business in Newcastle Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Perino were attending to business in Newcastle Monday afternoon. Mrs. Fred Perino and family were business callers in Newcastle Monday. Fred drove on to the sale at Edgemont. Lorene Pzinski arrived from Den- ver Wednesday evening to be with her parents, relatives and friends o Dr. Wallace P. Wildermuth OPTOMETRIST Eyes examined Glasses Fitted Telephone 66 146 W. Illinois Spearfish, S. D. Spearfish Office Hours 9 to 5, Tues., Thurs. Satur@ay Homestake Hospital Ilours 9 to 5, Mon., Weds., FrL Office Phone 66 Res. Phone 66R2 5undance over the Thanksgiving holidays..' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Perino, Linda and Jimmie were social callers of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mayberry Wed- nesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Perino and sons were social callers of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Perino Monday af- ternoon. ~ Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pzinski and family were Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Pzinski and Beverly. Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Rice and Rosalie were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Perino and family Tuesday. Thanksgiving day Mr. and Mrs. John Perino and Andy Kudlock entertained Mr. and Mrs. Fred Per- ino, Linda and Jimmie, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Kudlock and family, Mr. m THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundanee, Wyo. Dec. 4, and Mrs. Leo Perino, and sons, and Mrs. O. L. Roberts, and Mrs. Dora Tavegia, Donnie, and Bob, Mr. and Mrs. Matt ino, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Perino, and Mrs. John Kudlock, and Kenneth. Mr. and Mrs. Edward pzinsld and Beverly were dinner guests,o| Mr. and Mrs. Fred Farley That" giving day. Sunday evening dinner gue~ of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Perino wer~ Mr. and Mrs. John Perino, AndY Kudlock, Mr. and Mrs. Jay MaybeP ry, Albert Perino. 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