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Former Longtime Hulett Resident Dies in Oregon A former longtime resident: of Ifulet~t, Amelia Evenson, died Dec. 10 at the home of a daugh- ter, Elva E4wards, in Pleasant Hill, Ore. where she had resided for the last several years. She was 86. Burial was in Eugene, Ore. Mrs. Evenson ,was ~born at Buf- falo, Ia. [May 19, 1883 and was married to Albert Evenson in 1902. She is survived by seven daughters - [Mrs. Harry ~Murle) ,Coke, Phoenix, Ariz.; [Mrs. Oscar (Ado) ,Nilson, Aladdin; Mrs. George (]~Ssther) Davis, Laurin, Mont.; ,Mrs. Leland (Elva) Ed- wards, Pleasant Hills, Ore.; ~Mrs. Troy (Elsie) Majors, Kansas City, Mo.; Mrs. Francis (Ione) Stafford, Belle Fourche, S. D.; ~Irs. Lloyd (Helen) Harms, Sunset, Utah; three sons - Carol Evenson, Tuc- son, ~riz.; Floyd Evenson, Lara- mie; and ~{ichard EVen.son, Rid- dle, Ore.; 27 grandchildren and 43 great grandchildren. She ~as preceded in death by her husband, ~vo daughters and two sons. Summary WEEKLY SIOUX CITY STOCKER-FEEDER SUMMARY: Sioux City, Iowa, Dec. 12, - A total of 9,136 head .of stoekers, feeders and ,calves went to corn- belt feedlots this week through the Sioux City Stockyards, ac- cording to figures released by the U. S. D. A. 'Market News :Branoh. This is compared with 9.632 head the previous week and I2,196 head the corresponding week a year ago. Feeder cattle and calves sold steady. Choise 800-1100 lb. steers $26.75 - 27.75. Choice and prime 600-800 lb. $31.50-34.00. Choice and prime 500-600 $32.00- 37.50. Choice and prime 500- 700 )b. heifers $27.50-30.75. Steer calves from $33.50-40.00, con- sigament to $40.75. Heifer calves $3000-35.00. A~erage steer weights reached -5 _~- _ ~- mll III _ blossom ~mtm $260 fo the girl who knows what she wants but not where to find it. ~atch your style with our ~any distinctive designs. And nsk us about our famous Drange Blossom guarantee. Your Quality Jewelry Store "Where Gifts Become Keepsekes" Downtown Belle Fourche 709 lbs. this week compared with 796 lbs a week ago. Average steer princes this ,week reached $31.34 compared with $30.28 a week ago. Steer calves ,weighed an average of 442 lbs. this week compared wilh 435 Ibs. last week. Average prices for steer calves reached $37.01 COml)ared with $37.00 a week ago. Ileifer calves weighed an average of 443 lbs. this week compared with 426 lbs. last week. Average prices ]'or heifer calves reached $31.95 com- pared with $32.93 a week ago. Reception Will Honor Local Couple Dec. 28 An open house reception Dee. 28 will honor Mr. and ,Mrs. Deane :Bryan, Sundance, on their fif- tieth ,wedding anniversary. Host- ess will be the couple's daughter, Mrs. Willis ,Hughes, Mooreroft. The reception will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. at the tSpiscopal par- ish hall in Sundanee. HULETT JUSTICE COURT Before Justice of the Peace Soren Ostby: Lloyd Rathbun, careless driv- ing, $10, driver's license suspend- ed for 10 days. ~Rgbert Gray, disorderly con- duct, lacking schoolhouse doors ~ith chains, $25 each count and 30-day jail sentence suspended provided 'he has no arrest or conviction for one year. ])acid Wilson, disorderly con- duct, locking schoolhouse door with chain, $25 each count and 30-day jail 'sentence 'suspended provided he is on good behavior for one year. SUNDANCE METHODIST CHURCH The Rev. Richard Gilbert, Upton Church services - 9 a.m. Sunday School - ]0 a.m. W. S. C. S. Every Third 'I"nurs~ day. THE CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD, EPISCOPAL The Rev. Patterson Keller, Vicar SUNDAYS: 7:00 a.m. Holy Com. .union. 9:30 a.m. Morning Pray. er and Sermon (lst Sunday Holy Communion) Nursery. Sunday, 9:30 e.m. - Church school ages 3-5 and grades i-8. Public Cordially Invited. WEDNESDAY: 10:00 a.m Holy Communion (Nursery) SAINT DAYS & HOLY DAYS: 7:00 a.m. Holy Communion. SUNDANCE WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. Willard Stone Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Service, 9 a m. ~ible study, Wed- nesday, 7:30 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST New Testament Christianity Place - Houston Creek, 8 miles west on Highway 14. Sunday . ~ible Study, 10 a.m.; Worship Service, II a.m. Evening Service 7:00 pxn. ST. ANTHONY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH -- Upton Rev. Clotus Prado, Pastor Stmday Mass: Upton, 8 a.m. Mtmrcraft, 9:30 a.m. Sund~Ttce, 11:30 a.m. Hul~t - 9 a~n., first and third Saturdays. MT. CALVARY LUTHERAN Richard Schroeder, Vacancy Pastor (Effective Nov. 2). Sund,ay services - 11:15 a.m. Sundance School - 10 a.m. Corffirmation instructions Tuesdays, 4 p.m. SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Willis M. Adams Jr., Pastor Sabbath School, Saturday, 9:30 a.m. Worship services, Saturday, 11 a.m. Prayer meeting, Tuesday, 7 pro. The public is invited to attend. Houston Cr( iDec. 14 Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Crawford and children attended the Christ- mas ,Party at ,the Community Hall Sunday .afternoon. ,Mr. and [Mrs. Chipper Chatfield were in Gillette ~,~riday and Sa,tur- day ~to help ,Buck Graham move to his new business building. Mr. and [Mrs. Kidwell and son of Belle Fourche were visitors at the Chat- field home Sunday Mternoon. Mrs. Robert Frolander and chil- dren were callers during the week. Jim i-Iabeck and Mr. and Mrs. Wyman IBushnell were visitros at the Witford Kennedy home one day during the ~veek. ~r. and Mrs. Kennedy were in Belle Fourche Friday and Harold ~vent to Sheridan with the basketball team and returned Saturday. ~r. and Mrs. Jim Hauberk were business visitors in 'Belle Fourche Tuesday. The ~amily attended the Ride and Hide 44t Christmas din- ner and meeting at the .Parish Hall Sunday. ~Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Bushnell 'have bought the ,house formerly Svndance, Wyo. Dec. 18, 1969 owned by ~rs. W. H. Blakeman and have mo.ved into town. Mr. and [Mrs. Herman White helped ,t'hcm move. The Bushnells were in Belle Fourche the first of the ,week. Mr. and Mrs. ,Richard Snider were visitors at the home of ~rs. ~Berniece Cha,tfield [Monday eve- ning and on Tuesday Mr. Snidcr helped Fritz Chatfield to repair her TV. ,Mr. and IMrs. Snider ac- companied IMr. and Mrs. Dick Durfee to ~Hulett Tuesday eve- ning for the wrestling and at- tended the matches in town Fri- day night. The Sniders attended the Community Christmas dinner and program at rthe ~Hall Sunday. [Mr. and [Mrs. John Wrigh't and ,family of [M,ooreroft were Sunday supper guests at the Snider home ,and [Mrs. Helen Lake of ,Rapid City was an overnight visitor. [Miss Judy Snider ~vent to Tongue River and Big ~Iorn ,for the games over the weekend. Mrs. ~Berniece Chatfield and Fritz Chatfield were in Upton ~riday. [Marsh,a and Lisa Willey of ~ulett spent S~urday with ,Mrs. Berniece Chatfield. Mr. and ,Mrs..Lee Crosby and Gary of Moorcroft were Sunday afternoon visitors. Markers All kinds and sizes Priced right, quality unexcelled. We set them for you, no extra charge. Call collect or write for appointment in your homo. FRED BLAKEMAN Moorcroft, Wyo. Reg. SALE ] (1) 3-Pc. Mr. and Mrs. Sets .................... $159.50 $134.50 I (1) Early American Love Seat ................ 139.50 114.50 l (1) Gold Couch Only ................................... 169.50 119.50 / (1) 2-Pc. Beige Living Room Set ............. 169.50 129.50 I (I) Beige Living Room Set ...................... 54,50 44.95 I (2) Coral Platform Rockers ...................... 49.50 39.95 j Be Sure Free Tu to Be Last winner was Mrs. B. Trotter. DEC. 18 DEC. 23 For your Christmas shopping, we'll be open from 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Free Cosco This special registration will be held only for those shopping from 6 to 8 p.m. in the evenings. Drawing Dec. 24. 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