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January 31, 1952

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Inyan Kara (Jan. 28) Martin and Mathilda Peterson were overnight guests at the Dan Davis home in Newcastle Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Olah were Newcastle callers on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Little were Thursday evening caIIers at the Carl Mayer's. Mrs. Sfi'aitor Clark and Judy and Mrs. Thomas Clark were Belle Fourche callers Thursday. Glen Canfield and Fred Perino were dinner guests Thursday at the Leonard Peterson home. Reuben and Jack Necklason were business callers in Newcastle Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Nuss- baum and daughters and Mrs. E- laine Clark were supper guests Saturday at the Reuben Necklason home. Louis Micolini was an eve- ning caller. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Simpson and Bud were Thursday evening guests at the N. S. Clark home. Clifton and Oliver Clark and Marshall Nussbaum were Wednes- day callers at the Roy Little's. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Foster were callers Thursday at the Chuck Hart home. Mr. and Mrs. Straitor Clark and family were Wednesday evening callers at the Carl Mayer's. Glen Canfield was a supper guest Wednesday at the Leonard Peterson home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinkcom called at the Roy Little's, Lilla A. McMoran, James and Rosa Waite's on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Neckla- son and Jack, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nussbaum and family were among those who attended the basketball game in Sundance Friday night. Mrs. Lizzie Toth, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Foster and son and Mrs. Don Lampert and family were din- ner guests at the Claude Sackett home in Osage Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nussbaum attended the farm bureau meeting at the Gene Reynold's home Sat- urday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Foster and Mr. and Mrs. Don Lampert attend- ed the Polio benefit dance in Up- ton Saturday night. Louis Micolini called at the Liz- zie Toth home Sunday. FOR BANK ROBBERY HENRY RANDOLPH MITCHELL, with aliases. Michael S. Angle, Martin Hogan, Henry Ralph Mitchell, William Lawrence Wilson, J. C. Womack, "Little Mirth", and others DESCRIPTION Age 56, born September 27, 1895, Lexington, Ky; height 5 feet, 5 inches; weight, about 155 pounds: eyes, brown; hair, grayish brown;[ complexion, ruddy; build, short, stocky; race,white; nationality, Amer-: ican ; occupations, auditor, clerk, ma- chinist, porter; scars and marks, one inch scar left inside wrist, small cut scar inside edge of hfft eyebrow, right little finger crooked and stiff, mole on right cheek. CAUTION Mitchell is considered dangeroum and h believed to be armed. Fingerprint Classification 15 ,~ 1 U 7 L 1 Tt Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Clark and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Cling- an and family were dinner guests Sunday at the N. S. Clark home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark and daughter were afternoon callers. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mayer and daughters were Sunday guests at the Robert Park's home near Nis- land. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Cummings and family of Newcastle were Sun- day afternoon guests at the Maur- ice Lappe home. An indictment was returned by a Federal Grand Jury at Gainesville, Fla., June 16, 1948, charging Henry Randolph Mitchell, with the robbery of the Perkins State Bank, Williston, Fla., on January 21, 1948, said bank being a member of the Federal De- posit Insurance Corporation. Any person having information which may assist in locating this in- dividual is requested to immediately notify the Director of the Federal Bu- reau of Investigation, United States Department of Justice, Washington, l). C., or the Special Agent in Charge of tim Divisiotl of the Federal B1Jreau of Investigation lis~ed on tim first page of your telephone directory. 981467-~ C~PO castle several days the first part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Kudlock were transacting business in Sundance Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rawhouser were transacting business in New- castle Thursday. New Underwood, S. D. 9 6 Bred to Heritage Ruler 601 10 Heifer Calves 10 Bull Calves HEREFORDS ALSO FLYING EAGLE RANCH--BOX ELDER, S. D. S KINDSFATER BROS., BELLE FOURCHE, S. D. Sturgis, South Dakota "Black Hills Leading Market" Mr. and Mrs. Leo Perino and son were business callers in New- castle Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wocicki and Arlene were shopping in New- castle Friday. Gene and Gary re- turned home with them to spend the weekend. Alvin Watson was a business caller in Newcastle Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Fred Perino. Linda and Jimmie were business callers in Newcastle Saturday. Alvin Watson was transacting business in Sundance Thursday. Sunday, January 20th, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Watson entertained Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wocicki, Ar- lene, Gene and Gary. Florence Miller was dismissed from the St. Joseph's hospital in Deadwood Wednesday. At this writing she is feeling much bet- ter and is visiting her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ini6h, and family in Newcastle. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rawhouser were business callers in Newcas- tle Friday. Sunday, Mr: and Mrs. Jay May- berry entertained Mrs. Dora Ta- vegia, Dollie, Donnie, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Perino and Leo, Jr. and Mrs. Felix Perino and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Perino enter- tained Mr. and Mrs. Fred Perino, THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo., January 31, 1952: NOTICE DR. EDW. J. NORWOOD, O. D., ' Optometrist, from Crawford, Ne- .: braska, will be in Hulett, Feb. 5, at the Hotel 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. IN SUNDANCE, FEB. 6 at the Hotel, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Eyes Scientifically Examined Glasses Properly Fitted Eyem Exami~d--Olastmt Fitted DR, T. H. PROCTOR OPTOI ETRIST Over Montgomery Ward Store l hone No. 300 ff Deadwood ;TEEL Protects Your Freedom Linda and Jimmie Sunday. [ ---Pe--rsona----I I--re---ms I ii REWARDREWARD Mr and Mrs John Binney wero I I business callers in Newcastle last[| The Bearlodge Livestock Assn. Thursday. I~ will pay a reward of $350 for Mrs. Elfriede Schloredt en'~er-I~ information leading t_o the at- tained Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schloredt ~ | rest and conviction of any~ per- and daughters, Janet and Judy,~ | son caught butchering or steal- at dinner Sunday at Ray's Cafe.,m [| tug____~___,any livestock belonging to the Bear Lodge Mr. and Mrs. Sid tIarVey were[|n ~ves oc~ ~s.- "an'y m'e~e~r-~n- dinner guests Sunday noon at the ]~ Llvesmc~ as~,~, T.a~a home of Mr. and Mrs. Mauricel I D~ar ~uu~-v Ciassiek. The afternoon wps spent]] Livestock Assn. playing Canasta. I H~N~lm, Nl~ao,mllaam,a,glla~m*~~lllim"mlUl'a~' IM 'n~' ~lw'mqliiuueall~ tnDg gOU LOVE ..... and she'll really love the candy that you get here. We have a tempt. ing selection of choice candies. Valentine I-lear Chocolat:es $2.50 Other Candies 15c and up O--,O All Kinds of Valentines ..... lc up For the Kids -- Valentine Cut Out Books { i i C) der~ Bea~ M fron on at t and R, ten whe spea Sion frie~ forn ents dian W l Irs. ~on surf, and ~)1 canal beer his as f, eats Who The~ C~ii drift and Vase weel dura ard',~ up: a si~ mer Carl , A the Bar drin feah oper Rees chile Mrs. Jim Madden Owners Harley Roth Telephone 44 Sundance