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] WOONSOCKET NEWS ..... Woonsoeket, S. D. M Page 4 i Thursday, Janua 4, 1962 { :L, ......... Social and Club Notes Eastern Star Installs Officers Mrs. William McDowall was installed as worthy matron of Unity Chapter No. 71, O.E.S. at an open installation, held the eve- ning of December 21, following a 6:30 potluck supper, at which husbands of members were in- vited guests. The committee in charge of the supper included Mrs. Harold Kappel, Mrs. Win. W. Basham, Mrs, Johanna Leonard and Mrs. Walter Brown. Other officers installed were Kenneth Nielsen, worthy patron; Jesse Bergeson, associate patron; Mrs. Alberta Anderson, secre- tary; Mrs. Florence Long, treas.; Mrs. Johanna Leonard, conduc- tress; Mrs. Jesse Bergeson, as- sociate conductress; Mrs. Walter Brown chaplain; Mrs. Helen Kappel, marshal; Mrs. Harold Horrigan, organist: Mrs. Duaine Swenson, Adah; Mrs. .Emma Nielsen, Ruth; Mrs. Sherman Judy, Esther; and Mrs. Wm. W. Basham, Martha. Installation for absent officers will be held at a later date. Mrs. Harold Kappel, retiring worthy matron, was installing of- ricer, with Mrs. Wm. W. Bash- am, marshal: Mrs. Jesse Berge- :son, chaplain and Mrs. Harold Horrigan, organist. Mrs. Kappel was presented with a past mat- ron&apos;s pin by the chapter. A social hour followed and re- freshments were served by the committee. Mrs. William W. Basham was hostess to the B. C. Birthday Club at her home the evening of December 19 following a Christ- nas dinner at the Corner care. k social hour of cards was held sith Mrs. Harry Roache and Mrs. William Effling receiving prizes. A dessert lunch was served fol- lowing the games. Hostess for the January meeting of the club s Mrs. Leo Hice. Announce Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Regynski of Woonsocket announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Don. na, to Lee Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Anderson of Fe- dora. No plans for the wedding have been made. i , Mrs. H. G. Kappel entertained her 1961 officers of OES at a dinner at the Corner Care last Wednesday evening. Canasta was enjoyed in the Chapter doom, Mrs. Max Marquette winning high, Mrs. Ken Nielsen, second and Mrs. Wm. McDowall low. Mrs. J. J. Hansowitz and Mrs. Anna Rinque entertained a group of friends at a coffee party Fri- day afternoon. Guests from away included Mrs. Richard Par- sons and Burneice Stakke. i m Mrs. A1 Roti entertained rela- tives in htmor of her mother, Mrs. Carrie Hoshor on her 89th birthday Christmas afternoon. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anton and Bob of Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Burchfield of W. Springs and Irvin Hosbor of Eu- gene, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Van Dyke entertained their employees and their wives and husbands at a dinner at the Methodist Church Friday evening, about 60 being present. , # * Mrs. J: J. Hansowitz entertain- ed duplicate bridge friends from Huron at her home Tuesday eve- ning. i The Mr. and Mrs. Club enjoyed New Year eve party at the ome of the Dee Talleys. Each Bob Hansowitz was host at a Couple brought guests and helped New Year eve party at his home rith the midnight supper, for young folks and college ...... friends who were home for vaca- | tion. REX '" THE A group of high school friends were entertained on New Year eve in the Tiede home. ! tt t ! Wed; thru Sun. Mr. and Mrs G. E. Bollinger e of the truly great motion entertained officers of the Nat'l. pictures! Guard from Huron at their home before the Military Ball. "PICNIC" William Holden Kim Novak RosaRussell Arthur O'Connell Sunday matinee 2:30 PROGRESSIVE i AGGR00IVE MARKETING ee enterprise competition St livestock markets assur- producers highest pos- ble prices for their live- Stock. BUY . . . SELL . . . and Wednesday at your rlendly livestock auc- tion." About 36 members of the CD of A enjoyed a pot luck dinner and Christmas party. Mrs. Mav- is Steicben, grand regent presid- ed over the business session. Greetings were read from out of town members, also from the Presentation Sisters an anniver- sary letter. Plans were made for a jubilee class in January. Gifts were exchanged and gift boxes were packed for distribu- tion to shut - ins. The Literary Club was enter- tained Tuesday afternoon for its January meeting at the home of Mrs. W. E. Brewster. Mrs. John Swanson bad the lesson. Mrs. Janes of Minneapolis, a house. guest of Mrs. Swanson, was among those present. Clover Leaf Extension Club held an annual Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Weber on December 12th. Four- teen members answered roll call by telling of some 'Christmas Family Tradition.' Two visitors were present, Mrs. George Tap- ken and Mrs. Dennis Dougherty. The attendance prize was drawn by Mrs. Gordon Kogel. Regular opening and order of business was conducted by the chairman, Mrs. Win. McDowall. Polly Beth Koel was welcomed as the new- est little Cloverleaf and present- ed with a eift from the club by Mrs. Howard Hawthorne, secre- tary. T,e music demonstration, "Enjoy Christmas Music" was piven by Mrs. Boyd Wright and Mrs. Stanley Gross. Gifts were exchanged revealing the year's i Palace City Ludion Co. , Mitchell, S. Dak. Harian Runestad, Owner  Phone WY6-5911 i Licensed and bonded for : your protection Member of the State and National Livestock Associa- tions Tillotson Bros. and Marcel Reisch, Auctioneers secret pals and new names were  ' ' .... drawn. Each member made a from the Christmas bul- recipe letin, w'Ich was served for lunch. N, tctmq fvor and nankins car- a ougherty were we , d as yew members. Next meeti- is January 9th with Mrs. Bovd Wright. it T,be'c-oi once was called cons,re-*In- from te Latin word mea-i to "eat up" or devour. A,d Tt ,or, do "eat ,,n" the disease is called tubeetflost af- ter tt'e t,,hrole bacillus, the ! germ thatcauses TB. Mton Boosters The Alton Boosters 4-H Club met December 14 at the Ed Hostler home. The meeting was called to order by president Betty Hostler, and reports read by Di- ane and Craig Unterbrurmer. Re- ports for the year were passed out, films were shown and gifts exchanged. The next meeting is at the Unterbrunner home Jan- uary 11. Roll call is to name a safety rule. Mrs. Hostler and Betty served lunch. X. W. of Town.. Mrs. Walter Genslchen Mr. and Mrs. Martin Anderson, Sr. of Huron spent Monday with the Jr. Anderson family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kobriger were New Year's Day dinner guests at the Ray Janzing home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Callan were Saturday evening guests of Mrs. T. E. Callan of Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Anderson and family spent Christmas in St. Paul with Mrs. Anderson's father and brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Caftan and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gensichen were New Year's guests in the Lewis Larson home. Twin Lake - Elliot*. Mrs. LloytI S. $ohnson Christmas Day guests in the Cecil Hemminger home were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Smith of Mr. Ver- non, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ross, Clyde Ross, Mr. and Mrs. John Essink, Sr. of Artesian, Mrs. John Essink, Jr. and son of Mit- chell, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sprague and boys of Lyons and Lynn Davis of Brookings. Mr. and Mrs. Peter BuR, Sr. and Adelene, Mr. and Mrs. Peter BuR, Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Pagel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bult and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Buss Brodkorb and family, all of Wessington Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Don Bult and Don- nie of Grover, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Jobn Bult and family of Pierre, Raymond Bult and Delia of Sioux Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Har- old BuR of Huron spent Christ- mas at the LeRoy BuR home. Lloyd Hinker and family and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Vetter and family visited in the Joe Grassel home at Artesian on New Year's Day. Annotmee Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dun- can of Wagner announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Cher- yl, to Glenn Larson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Larson of Woon- ocket. Miss Duncan is present- ly teaching in Rapid City, and her fiance is farming with his parents. Carl Estabreoks were lucky to escape with only one room being burned when faulty wiring caus- ed a fire in their home Tues- day. Becky lost all her things, and other rooms bad some dam- age such as blistered paint. Lee Wayne Rellberg spent Fri- day to Monday with Rodney Johnson. Trinity Luther Leaguers had a New Year's Wake at the church with games, lunch and taking down the Christmas tree. There were guests from other parishes. Wednesday evening s u p p e r guests at Alfred Godfreys were Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Godfrey of Artesian, Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Vearrier, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Helgeland and Mrs. Nellie How- ard. Thursday supper guests in the Cecil Hemminger home were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd S. Johnson and Casper Brewer. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Van Overscbelde and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Grassel and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Grassel and family visited in the Leo Vetter home Wednesday evening. For the next two weeks Mrs. Alfred Godfrey and Mrs. Joe Re- gynski will be taking the news. Please call them. Grandma Godfrey was having a bad spell again on Tuesday at the Sunset Home, with respira- tory difficulties. Thursday evening dinner guests of Levi Larsons were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg, Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Runestad, Albert U h r e, Inglebert Twedt, Mr. and Mrs. Denton Thompson, Carolyn and Peter, and Cheryl Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Feistner and Merlin, Mrs. Alfred Feistner and Delvin, the Ted Nelson fam- ily and Mr. and Mrs. John Berg were dinner guests in the Elmer Feistner home Friday evening. The Rev. and Mrs. Ray Rush- ing of Mitchell were Tuesday evening dinner guests of the Ted Nelsons. Mr. and Mrs. John Swanson left Wednesday for Tempe, Ariz., accompanied by Mrs. Gladys Janes of Minneapolis, and Art Peterson who will stay at Phoe- nix for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Raabe and sons of Spirit Lake, In. and the Harry Bockornys were Christ- ma dinner guests of the Oscar Andersons. The Carl Andersons were also supper guests. .......................... Mr. and MJ. AI R0ti and Jim, Harold Moses and Ronald were The M. A. Hoellwarths of Mit- cheil were Sunday guests in the Harry Stakke home. Byron Parsons received a tele- phone visit from the Dean Par- sons and Tom Parsons in Cal- ifornia Christmas night. The Don Swensons and Mrs. R. L. Colliguon visited Mrs. Col- lignon's sister and Mrs. W. A. Gregg at Kingsbury Manor in Lake Preston Saturday. Mrs. Gregg had been back at the home six days after spending ten days in the hospital and was feeling fine again. June in January DRESSES just arrived at the Jo Jo Store. lc Donald Neelen spent his vaca- tion here with relatives. He is a teacher at the academy in Ros- well, N. Mex. Christmas eve dinner guests in the Kenneth Nielsen home were Mr. and Mrs. Anton Arens, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Nickles. Sandy and Bob, and Judy Kreil of Plankinton. Dinner guests on Christmas day were the Amos Tschetters of Arlington, Mable Nielsen of Omaha, the Wallace Nielsen family of Redfield and Martin Nielsons. Jim Beddow was an afternoon caller. In the evening the Ken Nielsons joined a family gathering at the Adolph Zoss, Jr. home. Pastor Shay is in Minneapolis several days this week for a pastoral convocation. Guests in the Merritt Larson home on Christmas day were Mrs. Pearl Scott, Mr. and Mrs. George Scott and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pryor and family and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scott of Plankinton. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mathis and family of Letcher and Mr. Bernard Schelske of Ft. Ben- ning, Ga., spent Christmas day with their pareRS, Mr. and Mrs. J. Schelske. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weatherford and family spent Christmas day at the Raymond Olson home south of Artesian. Mr. Schelske returned home Wednesday evening from the Methodist Hospital. Bernard Schelske left for Rapid City Thursday to spend a couple of days with a sister before re- storm there of eight to ten inch. turning to camp at Ft. Benning, es. The area had previously" a' had over ten inches. Miss Mary Scott of Plankinton Mr. and Mrs. B. F. ran: spent last week with her aunt, spent over Christmas with Mrs. Mrs.- Merritt Larson and family. Moran's relatives at Parkston. The Bob Cunninghams visited Christmas dinner and sup- per guests at the Oren Teller home were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Teller and Shelley, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Brewer, Susan and Billy and Andrew Reid. Donnie Neelen from Roswell, N. Nex. was an evening ,dsitor. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dunn, Mit- chell, Bob Dunn, Ft. Sill, Okla., and Mrs. Alice Bollinger spent Christmas Eve and Christmas Day with the G. E. Bollingers. Mrs. Germaine Moore and chil- dren of Armour visited relatives here Friday. Friday evening dinner guests of Pastor and Mrs. Dwane Shay were Pastor and Mrs. Har- old Peterson and family of Storla. Pastor Dahlstrom and family of Salem spent the evening with them. Dean Facey returned Sunday after spending the holidays at his home in North Dakota. After visitin here and staying at the Otto Fitting home, Mrs. Fitting accompanied him to Denver on Tuesday to visit her daughter, Mrs. Joe Harsch and family. She also plans to go by plane from there to California to visit the Atley Hegs and possibly other states before returning. Mrs. Agnes Jamison of How- ard, Mrs. Dick Davison and son of Lincoln were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stakke. June in January DRESSES just arrived at the Jo Jo Store. lc Kathy Rowan came from Sioux Falls last week for a few days visit with her grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Rowan. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith of Pierre spent Christmas and the week with her parents, the Har- old Vallens. Mrs. Vallen ac- companied them to Doland to visit the Tom Steich e n s Saturday to Monflay when Mr. Vailen joined them for the day. Craig Stalmt$d Mr, and Mrs. Norman Starr of Manchester and Cedar Rapids, Ia. respectively spent the New Year's week end at the Elwyn Starr home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Olson and Mrs. Alberta Anderson spent Saturday to Wednesday o v e r Christmas with the Eugene An- derson family in Des Moines. They experienced tle big snow in Minnesota last week where his father is in failing health. The Wayne Brewsters of Pierre spent several days with the Art Roberts and others here. Christmas eve guests of the Bert Van Dyke, were his par- ents, t'e Jhn--Van Dykes and Johnny of Wess. Springs. Mr. and Mrs'.Andrew Peter- son spent Friday to Monday in Sioux Fails with the Justus Od- lunds. The Jerry Mc Elroys of Water- town were Wednesday overnight guests of te Fred Scherschligts. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Graft and Kenny of Mitchell spent Christ- mas with the Elmer Steichens. Other relatives called and Mrs. J. P. Steichen was a Sunday eve- ning guest. Dean Steichen was home from the college in Rapid City. Mrs. Lenora Ellig, Dave and Bill of Aberdeen spent Christmas Sunday and Monday with the Wil- bur Foss family. The Bud Carters of Huron spent Sunday and Monday with the Cy Jensens and Mrs. Don Vogt there. Patricia Collignon spent her vacation at borne from Mt. Marty High in Yankton. College students who have been home over the holidays are re- turning to their respective studies this week. The Kenneth Steichens of Spen- cer, Frank Goudys, and Elmer Steichens were New Year guests of Mrs. J. P. Steichen. The Bert Van Dyke and Lloyd Kempf families were Christmas day uests at the Bill Dent_home at Platte. The Mc Coy families gathered for Christmas at the home of Mrs. Irene Eddy and Ray Mc- Coy. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Authier and family were Christmas din- ner guests of the Ed Authiers. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Authier were in attendance at the wed- ding of a niece, Leah Authier, in Chamberlain Saturday, and spent Sunday with the P, A. Leightons at Pierre. They felt the earthquake there, report some windows were broken in town and plaster fell' from the dome of t,e state house. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cochran of Rap- id City were also at the Leighton home. Mr. and Mrs. John Brown were New Year dinner guests in the Lloyd Kempf home. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Easland had as Christmas dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. James Easland and Boger from De Smet, Miss Jua- nita Neuharth of Huron and lone Easiand ...... The Wally Wells of Rapid City spent several days with the John Whites last week. Mrs. John White, Sr. of Tyndall was with them for Christmas and until Thursday and the Lyle Wells family of near Carthage were Tuesday suppem guests. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Romy of Chicago spet over Christmas with her paretRs, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Wood and others here. Mr, and MrS, Ollie Wood left wednesday for Seattle, Wash. for a visit. The Micky Murthas returned from their Iow't visit and spent the New Year' week end here, going back to Rapid City where Micky is completing his senior year of college. Wednesday--pper guests of Pastor and Mrs. Dwane Shay and family were the Obie Ben- sons, Leroy Larsons and Glen, Denton Thompsons, Hazel and Bill Shay. Mrs. Don Vogt accompanied the Bob Melchers to Sioux Falls last Tuesday and spent until Thursday at their home. Mrs. Melcher and Michelle brought her back. Wendell Ferguson talked to his family here by telephone from Renton, Wash. on Christmas night and extended greetings to all. The Gene O'Connors of Brook- ings were New Year guests o  the Leo O'Connors. Burniece Stakke returned to Minneapolis Tuesday after spend- ing two weeks here. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Richards helped Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Jones observe their weddin an- niversary at a dinner in Huron December 21. The Vernon Jones were also uests. The F. D. Ricards' attended the funeral of John Fosberg in Huron. He was a past grar.d master of Masons of South Da- kota. Mrs. Edna Ferguson returned home Monday after spendin the holidays wit the Everett Holsts in Sioux Falls. They enjoyed seein the ice show in the newly completed arena. Mrs. Katie Whitney accom- panied her granddaughter, Myrna Peterson to Huron Monday for an extended visit in the Peter son home. She spent Christmas with the family at Marion Whit- neys'. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Weatherford and boys, M and Mrs. F--" Larson spent New Year's day with the Merttt Larson family. Delores Reimer spent Christ- mas here from Minneapolis. Christmas dinner guests of the Darwin Rotis. New Year dinner guests at the Ed Mideard home were the Louis Midgards of Mitchell, Cleo and Gayland Trudeaus. Matt McCormick s spending some time in southern states. Mary Lynn Davis of Sioux Falls, niece of the D. A. and Byron Parsons recently won first place in the state essay contest, "T.B. Facts and Fallacies" amon over 600 entries. Her read- hag of the prize essay was broad- cast over WNAX. She will now compete in the national contest. Christmas guests in the Roy Hinker home were Mrs. Hinker's brother, Merlin St, dt and fam- ily and mother. Mrs. Theodore Studt from Highmore. Guests in the Jack Schulz home over Christmas were Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Schuiz of Spieer, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fielder and two da-hters of Huron were New Year dinner guests of her mother, Mrs. Fredrica Larson. Mrs. Clara Hi,gins of Mitchell spent several days over Christ- mas with the Stanley Maake- stads. Survrising them with a holiday visit were the Don Merk- les and baby of Rockford, Ill. Booer Searing, a friend, came with them. The Stanley Maakestads visit- ed his familv, the H. J. Maake- stads in Mitchell Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Richards a,d Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Jones of Huron spent Sunday with mem- bers of the Grupe family near Britton. The Fred Scherschlifts spent over Christmas at Lesterville, with Fred's family on Sunday and her family on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Anderson and family of Denver spent over Christmas at the Vernon Berg borne and with other relatives. On Christmas eve they were all uests in the Donald Swenson home, includin Mrs. Olive An- derson and Carl Berg. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Collignon of Britton spent over Christmas with the R. L. Collinons. Joinine a Swenson family gath- erin Christmas night at the Donald Swenson home were the Edward, Charles and Duaine Swenson families and their moth- er. Mrs. R. L. Collignon. The Donald, Edward, Duaine and Charles Swenson families were New Year dinner ests Stmday in the R. L. C011ignon home. A family gatherin at the Vern Baruth home on Christmas Sun- day included Mrs. Sadie Ames who spent the week there, the Wesley. David, Robert, Steven and Kenneth Ames and Millard Barnes families of Miller, Adam Jaroske and sons, and daugh- ter, Mrs. Mav Byrum and small son of Redfield, Mr. and Mrs. John Brown and Walter Mitchell. The Kenneth Ames' spent the evening with her parents, the Browns. Leslie Easland was in Sioux Fails Tuesday on business. Mrs. Ray Miller of Stickney is a guest in the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Neff CaHll for about two weeks. Christmas dinner guests included the Pat Cahill family, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Anton, Dick and David of Wess. Snrins. The Nell a-d Pat Ca'ills and Mrs. Ray Miller were New Year dinner guests in te Nick Anton home at W. Snrins. Christmas eve din-er msts in the Bob Goeman home included Mr. and Mrs. Emrrnuel Sclipp of Java, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Goeman and Ronnie. Dinner guest on Christmas day in the A. W. Goeman home were Mr. and Mrs. Emmanuel Schlipp of Java, the Bob Gee- roans, Mr. and Mrs. Beck Mc- Cormick. New Years eve supper guests in the Bob Goeman home were the Marvin tnde'ons, Leroy Madsens, Wayne Peters', Wally Gutzmer and A. W. Geemans. Jim Howard came from Ft. Belvoir, Va. and spent over Christmas with 'is family at the Carol Bnll home. returning to Virginia for another month of military school. The Jerry Fuersts of W. Sprins and Mary Jo Ball of H,,ron were also with the family d-ring the holiday. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Kanvel were dinner m,et in the Bob Kannel home Christmas eve. Mr. and Mrs. Max Marquette spent the New Year week end at Rapid City. Tt'ey were at Davis over Christmas. STANDARD Ethel Druse and boys. Guests in the J. J. Hansowits"'-"-" home on Christmas day were  I group of friends from Huron an . 0 the Otto Fittings. The Levo Larsons drove to Ft. Worth, Texas last week for a A da visit with friends who hunt herembove each year. mow -- Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hansowit|tave b spent New Year eve as guestSDecemb of the Henry Vonderhaars at the Huron Country Club party. A co The Arne Oftedals and H. Gems - Kappels were Christmas dinnerSeotts : guests in the Marv Kappel home. e Ro. The Celston Slaybaughs andian an Ray Waldners of Huron spentmi Da] Christmas day with relatives aOace W W. Springs. The Jerry Mc Elreys of Water-_ Mr" . town were overnight guests o_ere pt, trl we the Loren Tiedes Thursday _ . vmas nt Mrs. George Peterson a ..," . home T,esday from her easternaYt)'i visit with her son, George an..:, family. She plans to go to RapidV.cKna! City Friday to visit her sister, mmg The Ken Pawlowskis spent Sun- Sund| day with relatives at Tyndall. f PaE Delores Jackson was homeand M from the college at Brookings foraicag the holidays. On Saturday the Taan C Jacksons were in Sioux Falls for'Flandr a wedding of friends and visit Mr. at the 71cbert Knapp home aended Mrs. Dave Easland of Gayiordg at Minn. was a Friday guest otSaturd Delores Jackson. ent we] Mr. and Mrs. Mile Miller and'Elmer family of Mitchell and the Frank Ruth Jacksons were New Year guesSehroe, of the Ray Brosnans. night Mrs. Walt Basham arriveandM home Monday from her Californ.-ed the ia visit, ffor th( The R. D. Carletons of PeoriaPeople' Ill. were guests last week in theat the home of her sister, Mrs. G. ERing. Davis. Several friends were Wedl guests on Friday to visit theminer g! including Mrs. Ferd F iala of Hurhome on. :and 1 Christmas guests of the W. D.ehie . Browns were the Omer FouberBob N family and Luciile Piper. Larsoz Sunday guests of the Leo Jo- Mr. hannsens were Mr. and Mrs. Al'were .. v!n Stoltenberg of Itardwickat the Minn. The Johannsens spentMiteh, Christmas day with Mrs. AnnBrewi J,hannsen in Mitchell. :ltr\\;, Mr. and Mrs. loyd Druse and wet] family were Christmas eve gee s guests of the Don PudhradskysAMr':tm  in Mitchell. Mrs. Jerry Klaas and Timoth fJol returned from the hospital Sun. Ges , day morning. Mrs. Elsie John. and Mr. son is helping several days thh 1 week.  e Richard Ferguson and friet P s left Tuesday to return :to. Sa. Diego ........ i.  :Wel Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ro The came Christmas eve and visial her parents, Mr. and Mrs. -.Rual ford Dechow, Joe leaving to bae turn to camp Saturday and Nan Mr. staying until this Friday. son a'. Lyle. 0000OFESS,O0000L DR. DAVID A. ANDERSON Dentist - Woonsocket, S. D. Call Helen Regymdfl for appointments Phone DR. KROG & HOLMAN VETERINARIANS -- 6-3150 - 6-3155 PHONE 3781 Woonsecket Wess. Springs DRS. 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