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in the Black Hftls of Wromlnf L Gift Suggestions the present perfect for the ~ashion-mlnded woman. The perfect gift for her Lustrous, Matched Pearls a flattering head piece in a variety of lovely colors Novel and beautiful com- pacts for re'lady-- always a welcome beauty aid. The knishes Tines, $undslee, W~yomhq Dressy Handbags ,Latest styles in leather, plastic or wood New York Stores Houston Creek Harold Sehelldorf and mother left Sunday for California. They planned to stop in Lusk and visit the latter's granddaughter Mrs. Arthur Glenn and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lappe and child have moved to the Schelldorf Ranch during their absence. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ewl.ng were in Belle Fourche Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rice enter- tained at dinne? Sunday, the gueests being, Nick Schweim, Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Bushnell, Bill Bushnell, Mrs. Ed Sanford, Mrs. Mamie East, Jim Bowers, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Rice and baby~ Mrs. Lois Kennedy was ill last week with the flu a~d unable to teach. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chatfield were in Rapid City Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. G. E. Olson took a load of hogs to B~lle Fourche Friday for Jim Bowers. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Rice and infant son started for Seattle, Washington one day last week. They had car trouble in the vicin- ity of Moorcroft and returned. They plan to leave this week for the northwest for a~ indefinite stay. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ewlng were at the Tom Wolfsklll Ranch in Barlow Canyon Sunday. Mrs. Fred Grubb was a recent patient at the Deadwood hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Morris of Belle Fourche were Wednesday night visitors at the Chatfield home. Harry Sawyer, the Rawleigh dealer, was In the vicinity dur- ing the week. Mert and Lyman Ellsbury of the Aladdin vicinity were at the Chatfield ranch Monday for cat- tle. Mr. and Mrs. Chipper Chat- field spent Saturday evening at the Billy Waiters home. X' Lower Kara Creek Last Week) Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ames took a load of hogs to Belle Fourehe Monday. Mr. and Mrs. George Storey and Thelma called at the Ames home Sunday night. Church services are being held at the HK school house Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday nights at 7:30. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Sheppersou and Bill called at the Ames home on their way,~ back from Moor- croft Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Carson Gray spent Thanksgiving at the Huck- in home. Frank Thomas returned Tues- day from where he has been with a civilian construction worker. Eunice Graham spent Thanks- giving with an aunt in New- castle. Guests at the W. A. Ames home Thanksgiving were Mr. and Mrs. George Strong and Wilma, Mr. and Mrs, R. E. Swain, Billy and Susie, Mr. and Mrs. M. L, Shep- person and Bill. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Graham spe~t Sunday at George Grahams. (This Week Everyone around the vicinity have been having colds and flu. Mr. and Mrs. Ames took the children .back to town Tuesday night. , .., Albert Graham is seriousJy ltL we hear. We all wish him a quick recovery. Frank Thomas spent a few days in Sundance visiting his brother but is back with his sister, Mrs. Jack Chapman. Mr. and Mrs. George Strong and Wilm~ and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Linton and babies called at the Huekins and Am~s homes Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Melven Shepp'er- son and Bill spent Wednesday evening at the Ames home. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hockett were 1~ Moorcroft Friday. Mr. and Mrs, Lee Graham and Miss Betty Graham were in town Friday. E. L. Jones was doing ,business in Moorcroft the last of the week. -X ...... New Haven Lewis and Louise Clark and l~mtly had as guests Thanks- giving, Mr. and Mrs. Lindon Painter of Hulett and , their daughter Helen Riley. Mrs. John Jensen has ~been very ill with the fl~ for the past week ~but is a little better today. Mr. and Mrs. ,George Stinson and Henry and Jean Sttnson and Children were callers in New Haven Sunday. Dick Durham and son Don shopped in Belle Fourche last Thursday. Teresa Ann Hauber was too ill to attend school last week. Charlie and Marjorie Parks Spent last week in Hulett where Charlie drove a truck for Ed Vines. Lewis and Louise Clark and Shirley left Thursday to drive to Boulder, Colo. for the purpose of bringing home Mrs. Curtis Clark who has been a patient there for the past few weeks. Junior and Clara Wood and two babies spent Thanksgiving Day with Charlte and Marjorie Parks. Rev. Lee Burton was an over- night guest last Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Ho- back. On Sunday morning Mr. Burton conducted services in the church. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haselton and Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Ilsey at- tended the Biggs funeral at Moorcroft Monday. ~ t o~ CASUAL DRESS- UPS! Colorful wools and rayons for the holidays and after! OPA PRICE 6.20 9.80 Lancaster's Belle Fourche, S. D. Ridgeway Mr, and Mr~ James Harris and children were shoppers l~ Gillette Wednesday. The Bob Starr family were in on Friday. The neighborhood was shocked to hear of the passing of Alden Reynolds early Sunday morning. Mr. Reynolds had ~been ill with the flu for the past ten days, but no one realized his condition as being so serious. Friends and neighbors offer condolence to the greived members of the family. Thorvald Jensen spent Thurs- day night at the Starr ranch, he started trailing some cattle back Friday that he recently purchas- ed, and the truckers weren't able to haul, due to muddy roads. Betty Olds spent from Sunday till Monday with the three Don- aldson girls. FAREWJ~LL SURPRISE GIVEN Friends and ~eighbors number- ing around fifty, gathered at the Anna Starr home Saturday even- ing and completely surprised the Bob Start family who soon plan on making a move to a ranch near Forsyth, Montana. The guests all brought deli- cious refreshments which were III [ U [I GEAR CUTTING We Have Equipment to Cut Many Types of Gears Thursday, Decemt~r 8, 1~ served at midnight. The ev~in~ was spent in visiting and card playing. Little Gilbert and Betty Jo Hauber spent Saturday night ~md Sunday with their grandparentm at the Claude Cloeson home. Ray Craft has been doing work on a reservoir at the Starr ranch. Mrs. Rube Harper was a den- tal patient in Gillette Thursday where she had some extracting done. Mr. J. Hedges has been help- ing do carpenter work on the parsonage basement which is be- ing constructed at the Rocky point church. Grandpa Moulten returned from Broadus Thursday where he slant the past month with his son and family. The Bob Starr family a~ad Mrs, A~na Starr, Challis Jones and Mary Ellen and 'Zarrel Drain were dinner guests Sunday at the Bruce West home. Ray West was on a busines~ mission iu Gillette Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Shannon, Mr. and Mrs. E. Skidmore, Mr, and Mrs. Maulten spent Stodgy with the Reeynolds family. I Service with a Smile Is More Than a Slogan! It's our famous ~ policy! "Service" includes all the fine touches which con- tribute so much to the enjoyment of your din- net. ELK HORN CAFE Freida Oudin, Prop. Sundance, Wy0. FOR MOTHER , LAMPS, SILVER SETS, ETC. FOR DAD BAR SETS, TOOL BOX, ETC. FOR LITTLE SISTER TOYS, including durable DOLL BEDS LITTLE BROTHER WHEELBARROWS, GUNS, ETC. FO R THE SMALLER TOT HOBBY HORSES to ride and run with -- HIGH CHAIRS, ETC. TRULY A GIFT SHOP FOR THE FAMILY FOR Kelley Electric First Door North of Golden Rule--Phone ~00 W Four South