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Butler Woonsocket Wednesday. I her mother, who had an operation  * [ Pvt. Marvin Northrup left Seat- [that day.   tle, Washington, Dee. 13 for Se-[ Mrs. Raeburn Moore spent Sat- . and .Mrs. George Rural and ward, Alaska. He arrived at Se-!urday at the Walt Moore home at Verla, Mr, and Mrs. Charles Jus-tward the i6th. They boarded a lArtesian- Ira and Eleanor of Letcher, Mr. }train for Anchorage. He is sta- The K. C. Baldwin family, Mrs. and Mrs. Clarence Stekl of Sioux tioned at Ft. Richardson, with Cliff Herron and Paula spent last FMls and Mr. and Mrs Fred i the Quarter Master's Division. He Wednesday evening at the Mrs. Chaffer of Yankton visited at the i reports he has encountered no Elsie Justra home at Yankton cold weather so far. Sunday. Pie. Kenneth Newell spent NORTH JACKSON Christmas at home. He left Wed- ] Mrs Dou"las Mur"h- nesday morning from Huron. I  v J Pfc. Kenneth Newell will leave I Last Mond-enin-av ev the camp in Kentucky for Color-, ; -- -. %,  visitors. lvirs, szner MUll, ai me r .... " ...... +ha T, l,l-,m,-- *,,, ,.^ ,^* ye ana iamlly oi laplcl ulty, "d 2-d o* T. vr. an v[rs. henry hanson or. -NIr, "'und" lIrt Everett Newell, ndiMr" and Mrs. Earl Hegg and Larry, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence --. ........ Mood, and ,'hi TM ..... o;,n  Tile loyq Hammer, taLKer INel-   .... ..o.u a. son and .L__ o-  '' .......  ..................... were entertained at the Otto Brueske home Thursday even- W. W. SHELDON ing. Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Hegg and INCOME TAX SERVICE sons were Monday supuer guests chell, Tuesday. & Union Mr. and Mrs. Delbert lVfoe' and family wer dinner guests New  trs. albert Zo Year's eve at the E. L. Meluis " (last week) home. Mr. and Mrs. Wally Moe and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zoss, Jan- ice, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Doran daughters and Mr. and Mrs. WiN shopped in Sioux Falls Saturday. liam Irving were dinner guests I Mr. and Mrs. Dwane Johnson Austerman home. Friday at the Harry Anderson of Storla entertained at Christ- Beverly Bauer returned from home, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rowan the hospital last Wednesda'"' ........ ' ......... mas dinner Mr and Mrs. Bert p / l a[lO. a%Dl were evening guests. .+. + ;+u,, ,. _. ,,_^ where she spent ReVerS] dnV nf-[ ,*,**,, u *v***c*, xvt a**u xv ................... 0 -- --  " --  J e Fox and family of Alexan- ter hawng her tonsils removed I ........... orla, Mr ana wlrs /% l-lalllng, The V. J. Rowan family, Ed, At the Churches" " Leo, and Zeta, Mr. and Mrs. Dick iMr..and Mrs. ayle Shawd and Rowan and children were supper x iamny oi Lcner; .... ,uests at Mrs Joe Rowan's New I . .   aroara nawa spen nxmt- e  . " weslayan MelnodJsl Church mas day at the Kramer home YIrrS Mel Moore has had word :esia near Fedora.  .... }that her husband is on his way W.E. Moulton- Pastor Mr. and _rs..aoert '.oss ann , Janice were Sunday dinner guests i home from Korea Sunday School 10 A.M. . ....... Glenda Senska and her mother Morning service 11 A.M. at the erm mon home. . = from near Woonsocket were visit- W.Y.P.S. 7:00 P.M. i. xaymen nawa spent par oz .ors at the Richard Kutil home Evening service 7:30 P.M. : her nrzstmas.vacauon.atthe joe ox nome vmzung wta r'atua Fmday. Prayer meetmg Wed. 7.30 P. ML t Harry Nugent and family from Choir practice Thurs. 8 P. lVL . Mrs. Adams and Etta of Artes- ian visited Sunday at the Jake Mitchell srent New Year's night  Zoss home. at Mrs. A-usterman's. Doris Grassel spent the week- -IE WOONSOCKET NEWS -- WOONSOCKET. SOIgTH J )ONS THURSDAY, JAN. 7, 1954 pA )AY, The Union Farm Hands had i The monthly meetim their regular meeting at Elmer lHe!pful Workers club * Christian's home Dec. 30. There!at the Earl Lambert hl_  were nine members present. Sal-icall was "What you 1 " ' , - y Morgan and Martha Schmt i Chmstmas. We nut the - were to give a demonstration on i on the charter I)arrel storing food for the winter. Mar- l port on chickens, the lean tha was absent so Sally gave i a talk on grubs and sho. A what she had. Leonard too'k down ipi:tures in the Hoardt last ntes and asked us questions and ]men magazine. The leadit w we answered them Lunch was i talk on courtesy. We judV... served by Mrs. Elmer Christian t and oats A lunch was at m ---Reporter.  Mrs. Lambert.Reportealso it Bel Strange Facts About Polio here ands ,.M.g'g Pli ArI'MPT TO ALTE--'Ma h OF A pouo * :/,. fiUUN ca,ear, s across from Postoffice witn Midland Realty Co. :: HURON, S. DK. Office phone 6077; residence phone 2823 / My experience may save you $$$-10 yrs. with Internal Rev- enue Bureau as Income Tax Deputy and .Revenue Agent. The New Capital gains provi- sion on sale:of Livestock will reauce the amount of your tax. Add HEET you r gas ! HEETabsorbs gas tank mois-: ture before it has a chance td freeze. HEET turns dangerz ous moisture into motor fuel t HEET keeps your car from stalling .. gives you quick positive s ta! in cold- est weather. at the Kenneth Helseth home in Huron. On Wednesday they went fishing at Lake Poinsett. A large group of relatives anu friends gathered at the Carl Fen- ske home Wednesday evening to helff LaVerne celebrate her birtl%- day. New Year's day dinner guests at the George Moore home were Mr. and Mrs. James Hanson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dave ,cCoy Sr. of Huron, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Colburn and family of Willow Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Dave McCoy Jr. of near Cavour. The occasion was a reunion of the McCoy family. Rchard and Robert Hopper spent the weekend at the home of their sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Patterson, near Howard. New Year's eve supper guests at the Ivan Hopper home were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Patterson of howard, Joan Karstens and How- ard Hopper of Huron, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hopper and Deborah and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Murphy and Julie. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Johannsen were dinner guests at the Mike Walaner home in Huron on New: fend at home. [ Bill and Anne Grassel, and E {Burns were dinner guests New i Year's day at H. Grassels. i Robert Unterbrurmer and tam- {fly, Everett Burns were dinner guests at Joe Grassels New Year's !day. In the evening the Leo Vet- i ter family came from Woonsoc- i ket and spent the evening. Diana Unterbrunner went home with i them and visited until Monday. Junior Legge returned to the east after spending the holidays at home. Victor Austerman and family spent New Year's night at t he H. Grassel home. N. h. SANBORlh Mrs. . L lomas New Year's day dawned bright and warm and considerable thaw- ing took place which was a good thing as it pinned down this snow to old Mother Earth. There is a lot of winter with us yet, tho. The Raymond Khrdt family spent New Year's day at James Bakers east of Carthage. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Rhoads Year's day. and David went to Rapid City to Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Alexand- I sP end ' the weekend with Mrs.  er and boys and Mrs. Clara Hegg iRhoad s parents and other mem- i and sons were dinner guests Fri- i bers of the family. day at the Julius Lillehaug home Mr. and Mrs.. A: Drake and ne,x Lane. I Eliner went to iani "rnursoay to visit the Clarence Bolte and Or- ville Sween families. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pearson re- turned Tuesday from Temple, Texas where they had spent !Christmas with Mrs. Pearson's Bobby Siedschlaw of Woon- socket visited several days last week at the home of Inger Olson .and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hanson and family, Donald Spellbring and lvirs. Delores Moilan and family were supper guests Thursday evening at the Wm. Hanson Jr. home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hegg and i family spent New Year's day at the Waler Peterson home near Huron Sunday dinner guests at the I Milton Hanson home were Mr [arm Mrs. James Klassen and sons }of Ft. Pierre and Mr. and Mrs. ]alter I-Iegg and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Steiehen and family were Friday guests at e Dougias Muxphy home. parents and families. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Rhoads who were here for Christmas have returned to Champaign, Ill. and Pvt. Vernon Rhoads who had a few days leave from the army base at Ft. Riley, Kansas, has al- so gone back. Miss Lorraine Dillon, a stu- dent at Asbury College in WiN more, Kentucky has returned to school after a ten day vacation with home folks. A. R. Hallander and wife en- tertained the Drake family on New Year's night. Dinner guests Sunday at the Mrs. Nelson and pupils of the F. J. Wormstadt home were the Zell School gave a very inter- Will and Bert ompkins families esting program at Harmony Hall of Carthage, . and Mrs Wayne/Monday night. Legg. daughter and granddaugh' I Mr .and Mrs. C. L. Thomas had ,e of Sioux Falls, Mr. and Mrs. [dinner at the C. R. Bonney home Richard Baker and son of Huron [in the Springs Friday. Jesse Bon- and Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Kneen/ney who is in the Army Air Force was home on his way to a camp JREVOLUTIONARY NEW PASSENGER TiE MADE ESPECIALLY FOR RURAL LIFE Yes, 10 superior to mud and snow tires and equal m cushion passenger t/res for soft riding and mile- --Ps extra strew/g/h; extra resoee m daaa lYy snagging; and extra deep under-tread and deep tread protection against bruises and damage to car. cass. This gives you the first roadability plus a pow/l tire for ice, snow or tough roads, Four rows of sharp, deep strong deat (of a special tread compound) give sure get-away nc- tin, reduces skidding and adds better car control nd son. Afton Anne G  Mrs. F J Grassel went to Mit- .chell last Thursday to stay with in South Carolina for reassign- ment. Schools which have been clos- ed for the holidays will be buz- zing with activity again come nine o'clock Jan. 4th. FORESTBURG Mr. and Mrs. Charley Torger- I son, Mr. and Mrs. John Torger- son and Arlene were New Year's i day supper guests at the home of !Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Peterson. Mr. and Mrs Ralph Lee and sons and Ronald Brakke were Sunday dinner guests of Miss Orphia Lee at Mitchell. "Miss Lila Hanson and Delbert Rumelhart of Sioux City and Mrs. Anna Nesbit spent the weekend at the Albert Hanson home. Darrell Rubida drove Jeanette Oh]son's car for her out to Hot Springs Wedensday and return- ed by bus Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lee and sons, Mrs. Arthur Matthews, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Ellingson, Mr. and! Mrs. Bob Goudy and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Jensen, Mr. and I Mrs. Orville Schefsky and family, Mr. Clarence Tlustos, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Brakke and sons, Mrs. Anna Tlustos and Ed all gather- e._-t at the Herbert Matthews home Saturday night for a farewell party for Fred Dralle who is leav- ing for the winter. The evening was spent playing cards. The Forestburg basketball squad journeyed to Carthage Saturday to May the invitational tourna- ment there. They lost to Carthage the first game and won the next one rom Argonne. Tonight they play Wessington Springs College and Friday night Jan. 8 they play Letcher at Forestburg. The alum- ni team won their game last night with Artesian. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Linke ann family, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Nes- bit and David, Delbert Rutnelhar and Anna Nesbit and Lila Han- son were Sunday linner guests at the Albet Hans home. Phyllis hroeder of Alpena spent several days with Marlene Nelson. Linda, Dianne and Mel-, vin Nelson were guests of the other Schroeder children. Mr. and Mrs. Wlmer Nelso.n, Ronnie and -Billy," and MarIene and Phyllis Schroeder were New Years guests at the John Nel- son home. h.m: -LU.00 - ,  Ava Anderson spent the holt- "]days with her mother ,and has Farmers Union n;m C0 ' returned t her nursing duties hll :Moose Lake, Minn.,- . ..... I Mrs Donald Schmiedt andMrs. ,1 Hmry Anderson visited MrS. Har- ........ ry Clark in the hospital in Mit- Axlesian Methlist Church , Richard Zoss spent the week- Peter Moe, Pastor end with Rodney, Jeffrey and Mrs. M. W. Scott, pmnist i Dana Shawd. Worship service 10 A.M. i Herb Butts came home from Sunday school 11 h M ' Rochester, Minn. last week where Farwell Mehodisturch he has been for treatment the past 2 weeks. Mrs. Hal-old Naser, plan,st ' "^rr" '-'hle-"in  i  '-- "-o-- Sunday SChOOl 10.30 A.M. Brookings for Christmas vacat- worship service 11:30 A.M. :ion. ! Mr. and Mrs. Gerald 01son and ......  .... Connie were Christmas dinner rLrsz xvzeznooasz ;nurcn ; ........ " r," i guests OI lYLr. ano lvrs. om woonso.Ket i Campbell in Plankinton- ,Stuart A. Par wh, Minister . Mrs. Lyle Shawd and Mrs. Jen- "me rrenaiy t_:nurcn with the ny Halling attending the drapery Chimes. and curtain extension lesson in Sunday - 10:00 Church school -, Letcher Monday we have a class for you. i l 1:00 Morning Worship ,with: A 4-H Christmas party was sermon ,,bY. the minister. Big held at the Amos Barstead home Business ]s the theme for this on Dec. i7, with an attendance of service%Music by our Sanctuary eleven members present and ten tnmr, aom us m tms serwce o xdsitors. The boys practiced weld- inspiration, ing on the Barstead's new welder Monday- 7:00- M.Y.F. Skating while the girls looked on. This party at the lake. Return to the was made possible by welding church for devotions, shields borrowed from the R.E.A. Thursday - 7:30 - Sanctuary Durine the party games were choir rehearsal;, , played, after which refreshments aturaay- u: hobby club forwer e served by Mrs. Barstead. all bays. The next meeting will be held 11:00 Boy Scout meeting fer at the Floyd Baruth home on Troop No. 70. i Jan. 21, 1954 unless notified diff- Cuthbert Methodiat i erently.--Reporter. 9:30 - Sunday Morning Wor-! ship with sermon by the minister, "Big Business." Music by our jun- ior choir. Friday - Jan. 8 Pot Luck sup- per for all parents of children, and members and friends of the Cuthbert church. %%% Storla and TrtnUy Lutheran Churches Otis M. Knudson, Pastor Services at Trinity at 11:00. Luther League at Trinity at 7:30. I StJrla Ladies Aid next Wed- nesda" at 2:00 With Mrs. Alfred Feistner as hostess. Jg. Mission Society next Wed- nesday at 7:30 jth Delvin Feist- nez as host. : . Mens' .chorur,ractice Thursday at 7:30. Prayer hour Friday at 3:00. Mr. Olive Lutheran Church Paul G. Wendling, Pastor "The Church of the Lutheran Hour." Sunday, January 10: Services at 9:00 a.m   Sunday schoo at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, January i3: Con- firmation class at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, January 14: Ladies Aid at the home of Mrs. Elmer Jensen, 2.00 p.m. Mt. Olive-Bethlehem Walther League will meet Sunday, Jan. 10. 7:$0 p.m. at Mr. Olive church in Woonsocket Bethlehem Lutheran Sunday, January 10: Services at 11:00 a.m. Sunday school at 10:00. Walther League in town at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, January 14: Confir- mation class meets at 7:00 p.m. Hear Christ's message to our age over the Lutheran Hour, broadcast each Sunday over KIJV at 2:00 p.m.; and over Gos- pel Meditations sponsored by the above churches on the same sta- tion at 12:45, each Sunday. Zion lmmanual Lutheran Church Lane Gerald W. Koehler, Pastor Sunday, Jan. 10: Sunday school and Adult Bible Class at 9:30. Worship at 10:30. Wednesday, Jan. 13: Sunday school staff meets at 8:00 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 14: Choir re- hearsal at the parsonage at 8. Saturday, Jan. 16 Confirmation instruction from 9-12. AssemblF of God Tabernacle Woonsocket Rev. M. petersen Sunaay school at 10:00 a. m. There is an interesting and spir- itual class for y.ot Worship service at 11:00 a. m. Christ's Ambassador's at 7:30 p.m. Evangelistic service at 8:00 p.m. Bible study and Prayer Wed- nesday 8:00 p.m. at the parsonage., Revival meetings starting soon. Watch for further details. A welcome awaits you at every service Weekly thought: What you ea becomes Dart of your body; what you think becomes part of your character. Fizttheran Dwane Shay, Student Pastor Divine Worship - 8:45 A.M. Sunday School - 10"00A.M. Holy Comml ion, Jan. 13, 7:30 p.m. Annual meetiag following ser- vice: Bethan T Lutheran 'Chrc Woonsocket Dwane Shay, Student Pastor. Divie wohip at 11:15 A.M., on January 10, 1954. Dwane Shay, Student Pastor Worship service at 10:00 A.M. CIA Campbell's Tomato yl ock Rival Dog Food No. I tin a 21 'i: S J., A %Ve Ritz NAPKINS Kraft 80 count box *o bdn 21 M IT1 DINNER Sunshine or Pleasmore Chocolate Covered =/ lb. boxk CHERRIES Your choice (Round, sirloin, T-bone or rib) STEAK lb. Polish lb. Sausage. 00PATRON'S WOONSOcKET, SOUTH DAKOT} C0-0P No. 1 tin lly )at}e ! M . M