Lydia Rademacher

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Lydia Rademacher - Mrs. Dave Sugden led the devotion. Mrs. John...
Mrs. Dave Sugden led the devotion. Mrs. John Burke gave a book report on "Africa and . Its People." Mrs. Glen Dunwiddie gave a review on Holy Week. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. John Houlette, May 17. Naomi Group met at the church April 18, with Mrs. Joe Merritt as hostess. Mrs. Colburn Ruth led the devotion, Mrs.. Helen Burns gave a report on "How Easter Originat-! ed." Mrs. Harriet Beales gave - a book report on "Those Who Walk Alone." A 2:00 dessert luncheon was served by the hostess. Each, one of the groups made plans for the rummage sale to be held April 25, 26 and 27. The Auxiliary of Tomahawk Lake country club will meet Tuesday evening at 7:15 p.m. at the guild rooms of St. John's church lor a business and social meeting. Reservations sholud be made with Mrs. Ted Byrne or Mrs. Ned Nusrallah. ST. ONGE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Jack Clason and Ethyll Denevan left by car April 18 to spend Easter vacation at Highmore. Mrs. Clason and Miss Denevan teach at St. Onge town school. The children at Todd school had an Easter egg hunt at the school house April 18. Parents of the children attended and refreshments were served. Lydia Rademacher, teacher, will spend Easter vacation at Deadwood with her sister, Mrs. George King. The April meeting of the Clover Clippers and Future Stockmen 4-H girls and boys clubs has been post poned until April 28, because of the illness of the president of the girls club, Naoda Derosler. Ellis Arnold, Centennial Valley, and Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Longpre of Arpan, visited the early pari of this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bassett Mr. and Mrs. Syd Lang were in St. Onge Apr. 17 enroute to their home from Lead, where they visited their daughter, Mary Lang, B-N. who is employed at the Homestake hospital, and with other relatives at Lead. Students attending high school at' Spearflsh are having spring vacations beginning April 18 until Apr. 22. They are: Florence Dandersnd, Roslyn Anderson, Bernice Bassett Milton Mitchell, Billy Frawley and Eugene Smith. Those attending St Martins Academy who are home are: Therese and Bernadine Furois, Euclida and Carol Oulette, Patricia McNeill and Maxine Konrath. Belle Fourche high school students, Carl and Grace Ellen Ryther, are in St Onge also. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Huflendick and children. Lead, were iecent callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Derosier. Chocolate is cacao with the oil left in; cocoa Is cacao with the oil taken out MAKE

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  1. Deadwood Pioneer-Times,
  2. 20 Apr 1946, Sat,
  3. Page 3

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