The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965, June 25, 1959, Image 11

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    Page News
Miss Linda Cronk
Honored at Page
By Mrs. Evelyn Gray
A lovely pre-nuptial shower was
given by the mothers of '54 and
57 graduating classes of the Page
high school Tuesday evening, June
16, in the Fellowship hall of the
Methodist church, honoring Miss
Linda Cronk.
At the center of the gift table,
which was decorated in blue and
yellow' with pink roses, were two
hearts entwined, holding the names
of Linda and Larry.
The master of ceremonies was
Miss Sharon Crumly, who read
the life history of Miss Linda.
The Misses Marilyn Terrill, Faye
Rutherford, Lura Ann Crumly, Dix
ie Nissen. and Donna Crumly, with
Mrs. Robert Prill sang se%'eral
songs adding to the life history.
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Rock-a-Bye-Baby” was the open
ing number. The program closed
[with the presentation of many love
ly. and useful gifts to the bride-to
Tke suest book was in charge of
Miss Betty Fetrow, a cousin of
Miss Linda. Those assisting with
the opening of gifts were Marilyn
Terrill, Sharon Crumly and Mrs.
Robert Prill.
The wedding date is set for
June 24.
Mr. and Mrs. Elton Clyde of
Sand Point, Ida., came recently
to visit Mrs. Clyde's mother, Mrs.
Clarence Stewart, and other re
latives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. William Ragland
and family and Miss Donna Crum
ly drove to Spalding Sunday to
attend a family reunion.
Mrs. Jenny Finley entertained
the 4 G's club in her home Friday
afternoon. Elsie Cork was a guest,
j The afternoon was spent with
cards High prize went to Florence
Wood and low to Sophia Dobbins,
while Hester Edmisten won the
traveling award.
A nice lunch was served by the
The WSCS met Thursday p.m.
at 2 o’clock in the church parlors
with 20 members present.
Nellie Finch had charge of the
lesson, also the devotions.
It was reported that the new
date books were on hand. Several
committees were appointed to take
care of business matters.
The ladies worked on two guilts
during the afternoon.
The birthdays of April, May and
June were celebrated after which
Frieda Asher and Helen Braddock
served a delicious lunch.
Otto Terrill left Monday for
Houthton, New York, where he
will attend the Wesleyan Methodist
Little Joan Cronk, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Cronk was
taken to St. Anthony’s hospital
suffering from ear infection.
Mrs. Ethel Park, who spent the
past 2 weeks visiting relatives in
Logan, la., Woodbine, and Council
Bluffs, returned home Monday.
Friday evening callers in Mrs.
Evelyn Gray’s home were Mrs
Leila Snell, and Mr. and Mrs. R.
D. Stevens.
Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Leach had
a pleasant surprise Thursday, June
18 when his brother, W. J. Leach,
his wife and three children from
Sioux City came to spend the day
with them.
1 Little David Max, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Max, is in St. An
thony’s hospital recovering from
a hernia operation. They expect
to bring him home in a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gray from
Lodi, Calif., arrived in Page Fri
day for a visit with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Gray and broth
er's family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Gray, also other relatives and
friends. They will also visit friends
in Columbus.
Mr. and Mi's. Carl Max had as
their guest Monday and Tuesday,
June 15-16, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jor
genson and three children from
Loveland, Colo.
Caroline Max and Juanita Rag
land left Monday for a week’s stay
in the Methodist Youth camp at
Mi-s. Hester Edmisten, Mrs. Cal
vin Harvey and Mrs. Clarence
Finch left Saturday for North
Platte. Mrs. Edmisten and Mrs.
Calvin Harvey will attend the wed
ding of Lorance Edmisten, a grand
son of Mrs. Edmisten, while Mrs.
Finch will go from there to Big
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don't wait too long . . . this will be a sell-out I
Call at anr store today! |
For ~-tdihlt GAS Strvic«
Springs to visit her mother. Mrs.
The East side Kountry Kiub met
at the home of Mrs. Merwyn
I French jr.. Wednesday afternoon, !
IJune 17
Mrs. Ron Park gave the lesson
on making fiber flowers. The door
prize was won by Mrs. Warren
The next meeting to be a picnic
in the Page park on July 3rd.
Mr. and Mrs Keith Weyer of |
Plainview and Mrs. Evelyn Gray '•
were dinner guests Saturday of Mr.
and Mrs. Cordes Walker and fam
Gary Pittack of Foster came to
spend his summer vacation as a
guest of his cousin, Richard, in
the Roy Hansen home.
Mr. and Mrs. Veron Parks and
son, Ronnie, of Omaha came to
spend the weekend with Mrs.
Park's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. H.
Stevens, who plan to leave for a
two week vacation in Minnesota.
They will spend some time in the
home of their daughter and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Keith Cable of Vir
ginia, Minn. Mrs. Cable is eon
valesing from a major operation.
They also plan to visit their two
sons and families, Mr. and Mrs. i
Elvin Stevens and Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Stevens in Hoyt Lake,
Enroute home they will visit in
the home of another daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Dennis La Fave in Onida,
S. D.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kelly and
(laughters, Karen Kay and Peggy
Sue and Mrs. Hattie Carson were
among those attending the wedding
of Mrs. Kelly's cousin, Claranna
Carson and Ray Witherwax on
Saturday, June 13 in the Presby
terian church at O'Neill
Reverend and Mrs. Baty left Fri
day for Lincoln where they will
meet friends, who will go with
them to Houthton, New York to
attend the regular business con
ference of the Wesleyan Methodist
Mrs. Jennie Schroth of Bruns
wick came June 17 to attend Royal
Neighbor camp.
A few years back when Mr.
Schroth was living and they were
residents in our neighborhood Jen
nie was a very faithful member
of the R. N. A. She seldom missed,
a meeting.
It was a pleasure to have her
with us.
An annual picnic was held in
the Page park Sunday by the Nis
sen children in honor of their fath
er, Pete Nissen.
Those attending were Mr. and
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Laurence Haynes and family of
O'Neill, Mr. and Mrs. Luebbers '
and family of Osmond, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Nissen and family
and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Free
meyer and family.
The Pee-VVee ball team played
the Lynch team at Lynch Friday,
winning by 8 to 5.
The boys were sporting their
new suits for the first time.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cullen and
sons, Larry and Bobby of Chicago,
111., came to spend a week with
relatives and friends. They left for
home the first of the week.
Sunday guests in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Gray were their
two sons and wives. Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Gray and Mr. and Mrs.
Willard Gray. The occasion being
the celebration of the birthdays of
Mrs. Robert Gray and Mr. Willard
Gray, also Father’s day.
Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Zumbrum
and baby girl of Kansas City, Mo.,
arrived Saturday evening to spend
a few- days with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Zumbrum, and his
sister’s family, Mr. and Mrs. H.
O. Hallman.
Guests in the Harvey Cullen
home this week were their daugh
ter and family, Mr and Mrs. Tom
Ressell of Edgar.
Mr. and Mrs. Art Miller and
son, Glen came to Page Sunday
to accompany Mr. and Mrs. Arnold
Stewart, to Gavins Point for a days
Rev Mewmaw and family moved
their household goods to Neligh
Thursday, June 18 where he will
have charge of the Methodist
Church. Anton Nissen and Clarence
Dobbins were on hand to assist
with the loading and Mrs. Anton
Nissen served a dinner for them.
Mrs. Raymond Heiss accom
panied them to their new home.
Mrs. Orville Kemper cared for
their children in her home for a
few days. They came for them
Ralph Larson recieved word this
week form his brother. Irvin Lar
son, who lives in Bakersfield,
Calif., that his son. John, who had
l>een in failing health for some
time had passed away.
The Royal Neighbors of Ameri
ca held camp Wednesday evening,
June 17 in the I.O.O.F. hall with
a good attendance.
During the social hour lunch was
served by Leila Snell, Neva Bur
ton, Millie Kelly and Evelyn Gray.
The Page Extension club met
with Mrs. Jesse Kelly June 16
with ten members answering roll
The business meeting was con
ducted by the president, Mrs. Dan
Troshynski Mrs. Elmer Trow
Glenn Ford, Ernest Borgine
'Torpedo Ron"
In Metro Color v
Disney Cartoon
FRI.-SAT., JUNE 26-27
Mickey Rooney, Alan Bunce
'The Last Mile"
Jack Mahoney, Tim Hovey, Julie
"Slim Carter"
9UN.-MON.-TUES-, JUNE 28-26-M
Robert Taylor, Cyd Charlene,
Lee J- Cobb
"Party Girl"
In Metro Color
“Road Racers” — “A1 Capone” —
“Daddy O”
And many of the Big Pictures
being reissued.
bridge gave the lesson on ‘Songs
of Irving Berlin." A song service
was enjoyed by all.
Mrs. Harry Harper, reading
leader, read sveral quotations
A picnic was planned to be held
in July.
A farewell gift was presented
Mrs. Mcwmaw.
Mr. and Mrs. Anton Nissen and
Mrs. Frieda Asher went to Nor
folk Sunday, June 14.
The Nissens attended the wed
ding of their granddaughter. Kera
lyn Clark to George Blakeman
' Mrs. Asher visited in the the
home of Mrs. George Madsen.
Callers at the Harold Kelly home
Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Will
McWhorter of Norfolk.
Banquet Held For Graduates
Thursday, Juno 18, evening the
Page youth sponsored a banquet
at the Improvement Club building
in honor of those in the group w ho
had graduated this year. The grad
uates were Clair Parks, a senior
at Page; Susanne O'Brien, an
eighth grader; and Faye Ruther
ford and Marilyn Terrill, who
graduated from Miltonvale Wesle
yan College.
The room and tables were deco
rated in silver and ice blue stream
ers. The meal was served by can
dle light. A program including
group singing, a reading, scripture,
and a ladies trio was concluded
by a closing prayer.
‘Mrs. Earl Parks and Mrs Otto
Terrill prepared the meal and the
tables were served by Val Jean
Parks, Sharon Elsberry and Peggy
Golden Rule Extension (Tub
Bread was the topic of the meet
ing when the Golden Rule Exten
sion club met Tuesday, June 16
with Mrs. A. T. Crumly.
Mrs. Harold Freemeyer and Mrs.
A. T. Crumly demonstrated French
bread, homemade white bread,
batter bread and a braided loaf.
They also dispayed a braided loaf,
whole wheat and pumpernickel
Twelve members answered roll
call by giving a bread hint.
At the next monthly meeting the
members plan to have their blood
typed it the technician win ne
available. This is one of the goals
of the extension clubs of Holt Coun
ty and services of the technician
are free.
Mrs. Harold Freemeyer won the
guessing game.
Next meeting will be July 21
with Mrs. R. V. Crumly.
Mrs. Olauson Entertains
Mrs. D. H. Clauson entertained
the MM Club at her home Tues
day evening. A 7:30 dessert lunch
was served. High score winners
at bridge were Mrs. Paul Shirk
and Mrs. Harold Lindberg.
Entertain At Picnic
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Krugman
and Mr. and Mrs. Mlinar enter
tained Sunday, June 14 at a 6
o'clock picnic supper at Ford’s
park for Mr. and Mrs. Clement
Cyeary and family of Sleepy Eye,
At Picnic
STUART—Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cou
fal and family enjoyed a picnic
at the Valentine park with their
daughter. Sister Carmela and Sis
ter Marina.
The nuns had been staying at
the John Simons home while
teaching Catechism during the
week at St. Nichols’ parish.
After dinner they took the Sis
ters to St. Francis, S. D. where
they will prepare to leave for
summer school. They had taught
there this past term.
Miss Reed On Tour
Miss Paula Reed, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Dean Reed of O’Neill,
left Lincoln, Nebraska, last Mon
day morning with a bus load of
other Methodist Youth on the An
nual Mission Tour. The group
for 2 weeks toured the home mis
sion projects, institutions, and col
leges of The Methodist Church lo
cated in the south-east part of The
United States. Accompanied by
adult sponsors the students will
spend most of the nights in Metho
dist Churches along the way, cook
ing their meals in the church kit
chens and using sleeping hags and
air matresses for beds.
O’Neill VFW auviliary 926 met
June 9th with president, Mrs. Ver
lin Peterson presiding.
Mrs. Otto Sprague gave a report
on the Buddy Poppy sale. Some
poppy corsages will be made for
the department convention.
Anna Brown, Mrs. George Mor
lang and Mrs. Otto Sprague attend
ed the department convention in
Hastings, June 14, 15 and 16.
After the business meeting Mrs.
Don Richardson and Mrs. Louis
Wray served lunch.
The next meeting will be held
the second Tuesday in July at
8 o’clock
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Venus News
Pan American Pilot
Transferred to East
By Mrs. Ralph Brookhouser
Mrs. Marlin E. Tusha. Genilli.
Russell and Kenneth are visiting
at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Brookhouser. Mr.
Tusha left for the east coast. He
was tranferred from Vacaville,
Calif, to Idlewild airport N.Y. He
is a pilot for the Pan American
Airlines. He plans to have the
family move there before school
starts. »
Mrs. Tusha and family were
overnight guests at the Edward
Tusha home Thursday, June 18.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Goelter re
cieved word fiom Springfield, 111.
that the later's father, Clarence
Fallhaber, suffered a heart attack
last week. >
Mrs. Goelter and twins called at
the Sidney Faulhaber home Thurs
day afternoon, June 18.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Baker and
Susan were June 12-14 weekend
visitors at the home of the later's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Finch mo
tored to Grand Island on Wednes
day, June 17, where they visited
their daughter and son-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Val Pitchier and family.
Many from the comm, nity at
tended the dance at Verdigre Tues
day evening, June 16. given by
♦he newly-weds, Mr. and Mrs. Gail
7azen The couple was wed at the
Si. VVenceslaus Catholic church
that morning. Mrs. Hazen is the
former Marceline Kotrous Mr.
Hazen is the son of Mrs. Errol Ha
zen and the late Mr. Hazen, form
er residents of this community and
now of Verdigre.
WO and Mrs. Border of Quan
tico, Va, and family, who are
house guests at the home of Mrs.
Border's parents, were Thursday
evening, June 18 dinner and over
night guests at the home of her
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. fcimii Karros ana nanny.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Finch were
Wednesday, June 17 evening visi
tors at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Bryan Finch.
, Mr. and Mrs. LaVem Caskay and
son of O’Neill visited at the Harry
and Kenneth Caskey homes on
Tuesday evening, June 16.
WO and Mrs. James A Border,
Douglas and Debra of Quantico,
Va.t arrived at the home of the
later's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph Brookhouser on Saturday
June 13 for a ten day visit.
On Sunday, June 14, a dinner
was held in their honor. Attending
were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hanne
man, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Brook
houser and Hubert Blair, all of
Brunswick, Mr. and Mrs. Emil
Bartos and family, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Sokol of Verdigre, Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Schroeter and daugh
ters of Lindsey, Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Fowlkes and daughters of New
man Grove, Mr. and Mrs. l.ouis
Busteed and daughters of Hum
phrey, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Brook
houser of Cotesfield, Ray Brook
houser of Norfolk, Mr. and Mrs.
Rudolph Pospishil and Mrs. Mar
lin Tusha and family.
Mrs. William Wellman enter
tained a large group of ladies at
her home on Monday, June 15 in
honor of Miss Carolyn Faye Kane
of Orchard, who was married to
James Wellman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Wellman of Venus.
TTie couple was married Saturday
evening. June 13 at the Evangeli
cal United Brethren church of
Orchard. Rev. Duane Lenz offici
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur are the
bride’s parents.
Tire couple will reside at Wake
field where Mr. Wellman is em
The bride to be recieved many
beautiful and usefull gifts.
Mrs. Wellman served lunch.
Hearing Will Be Held on
Page, Ewing Phone Rates
A public heariag will take place
in the Custer county court house
at Broken Bow next Thursday,
June 25, for the purpose of consid
ering an application by the Public
Telephone Company of Blair to
raise phone rates that will effect
telephone subscribers in the Ewing.
and Page exchanges.
Increases are also proposed for
four other towns where exchanges
are owned by Hunt Telephone Pro
perties. Some 1800 phones are in
According to the application the
rate increase would vary between
$1.10 and 25 cents locally The pro
posal would standardize rates, elim
inate charges on grounded serv ice
where it has been eliminated and
cut down the rate listings to three
main groups.
Firm president, E. C. Hunt, of
Blair, and vice president, Robert
C. Hunt, said the increase is nec
essary in order to grant wage in
creases to employees.
The Ewing Village Board of
Trustees will officially oppose the
proposed increase. They have hired
attorney, Richard Spittler, a form
er Ewing resident, of Valentine, to
represent them at the hearing set
for 9:30 am.
It will be up to the Nebraska
Railway Commission, who will hear
the case, to decide whether or not
the increase should lie granted.
Under the rate schedule request
ed by the firm, business phones of
all types would he increased $1.10.
Town residential phones would go
up 60 cents and rural phones
would be increased 35 cents. Ser
vice station switching would he
upped 25 cents. All increases are
per month.
Inman News
Nelson-Geary Rite
June 12 at Craig
By Mrs. .lames McMahan
Mrs. Eloise Nelson of Tekamah
and Calvin Geary of Lyons have
announced their marriage which
took place rriday evening, June 12
at eight o'clock in the Presbyterian
church in Craig. Rev. Henry Gui
notte, pastor of the Divide Center
and Craig Presbyterian churches
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Geary of
Craig were their attendants.
Others present were Mrs. Geary's
two sons and daughter, Gary, Ken
neth and Marlene Sue Nelson.
Mr. and Mrs. Geary will make
their home on Mr. Geary’s farm
notheast of Lyons. Both Mr. and
Mrs. Geary are former Holt County
Mrs. Karl Keyes entertained the
Inman Workers Project Club at
her home on Wednesday afternoon
with 12 members present. Mrs.
Albert Reynolds, president was in
charge and she also presented the
lesson on skillet meals and demon
strated making hot fruit compote
ala-mode and skillet cookies which
were part of a delicious lunch ser
ved by the hostess, Mrs. Keyes.
The Club will not meet through
July and August and the September
meeting will be at the home of
Mrs. F. E. Keyes.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller and
son, Bob of Council Bluffs, la.,
were dinner guests Sunday in the
Earl Miller home and also visited
their aunt, Mrs. Jennie Crosser at
St. Anthony’s hospital in O'Neill.
The Millers left Sunday afternoon
for California where they will visit
their son, Harold jr., and family
in San Diego and their daughter,
Margaret, who is employed at Dis
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dean and
family returned to their home at
Node, Wyo., on Tuesday after
spending a few days in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. James Harte, jr.,
and family and James Harte, sr.,
left Saturday for their homes in
Buhl, Idaho after spending a few
days visiting in the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Harte and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Morsbach
and family of Rapid City, S. D.
came Saturday evening to visit Mr.
Morsbach's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
David Morsbach and Mary for a
Mr. and Mrs. Levi Morsbach and
son of Neligh spent Sunday visiting
in the home of Mr. Morsbach’s
mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Morsbach.
They returned to Neligh Sunday
evening accompanied by Mrs.
Morsbach who will v isi't there for
a few days.
Miss Bonnie Banks was honored
at a bridal shower Friday evening
at the home of Mrs Albert Reyn
olds. A musical number by the
Misses Karen Brown and Marilyn
Siders and games furnished the j
entertainment for the evening Miss I
Banks was assisted in opening her |
gifts bv Miss Marilyn Buhl man of
Bartlett and the Misses Helen So
hotkn, Marilyn Siders and Karen
Brown of Inman. Lunch was serv -
ed. Miss Banks and Mr. John
Buhlman of Bartlett will lx- mar
ried Friday evening at Chambers
Mrs. Bill Butterfield and family
spent Sunday v isiting in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tomlinson at
Mrs. Violet Sholes spent Thurs
day afternoon v isiting in the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Clark and
family near O'Neill.
Ralph Sholes, who is employed
at Ainsworth, spent the weekend
visiting his mother, Mrs. Violet
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ubben and
Christie, Mrs Vaden Kivett, Miss
Margaret Fruss and Don Kelley,
who attend summer school at
Wayne spent the weekend in their
homes here.
The Rev. Miss Mertie Clute of
David City came Thursday to visit
in the home of Miss Mildred Keyes
and with other friends Miss Clute
was a former Inman Methodist
Henry Fowler of Enid, Okla.,
was a Friday caller in Inman
Leslie Tompkins left Wednesday
for his home In Kelso, Wash., after
spending a. few days visiting his
brother and sister-in-law’, Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Tompkins and other rel
atives and friends.
Mrs. I. L Mattson and son and
William Jussila left Wednesday for
their homes in Meadow hinds,
Minn., after spending a few days
in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hancock
of Armour, S.D., spent a few days
in the home of Mrs. Lee Conger
last week.
Miss Mary Mnoting of Norfolk
spent the vv eekond in tlie home at
Mr and Mrs. W, E, Kelley wnd
Mr and Mrs Melvin Mlchaelis
an<i daughter. Sharon and Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Sobotka left Saturday
for a vacation through the Black
Hills and on into v arious parts of
Master Woodie Sobotka, son of
Mr and Mrs. Clifford Sobotka, had
bis tonsils removed Tuesday vit St
Anthonys hospital in O'Neill.
Mrs Pauline Anderl returned
home Sunday from St Anthony's
hospital where she had undergone
major surgery.
Robert Retke. who has tieen em
ployed at Tilden, is visiting his
parents, Mr and Mrs. Otto Retke.
Mr and Mrs Albert Anthony
and family were dinner guests
Sunday in the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Otto Matchullat at Page.
Mrs. Melvin Lorenz and daugh
ter, I>orene, attended a bridal
shower for Miss Linda Cronk,
Tuesday evening at the Methodist
church in Pago. Miss Cronk Is
Mrs. Lorenz* niece.
Mr and Mrs. Tom Kelley and
family of Wlsner spent the week
end visiting Mrs Kelly's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Abney.
The Misses Bernice Oilman and
Ruth Ann Hansen went to Omaha
Friday to spend a week visiting
Brenda Colmnn. who is employed
in Omaha.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Snyder and
girls of O’Neill were Sunday guests
in the home of Mrs Rny Siders
and Marilyn.
Sunday guests in the home of
Mrs. Violet Sholes were Mr. and
Mrs. Sum Leonard and girls of
Wakefield and Mr. and Mrs. Dick
Clark and family of O'Neill.
Jim and Bill Stevens of Rapid
City, SD., spent the weekend vis
iting in the home of their uncle
and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Butter
field and family.
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