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February 5, 1953

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Hulett News Roundup By Lydia Borne Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Jack were Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Storm at their ranch, the oc- being their wedding an- Frank Vasey was hostess the Womans Club at her home evening. There was a attendance and Mrs. Elsie presided over the busi- session. Plans were discusased a bake sale to be held Febru- 13th at the Vasey store. Fol- the social hour delicious were served. Jacqueline Baker returned Belle Fourche the first of Week after spending several in the hospital. things we have plenty of - mud. a delegation from Hulett to Stmdance Saturday for before the deadline. and Dean Bush returned Oregon this Week where they equipment for their new Mrs. Pat Murphy entered the in Belle Fourche friday. Mrs. Earl Wflison went Friday and two grandchildren returned them to spend the weekend. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. John came after them Sunday. Bush is a patient at Cs hospital in Rapid Bucher drove to Mar- Iowa to get his wife been with her mother i her recent operation. They i Wednesday. February 8th, a talking' Man Who Forgot presented at the eve- service of the Baptist church yon? is invited. turkey dinner at the home and Jess Storm Sun- the birthdays of Mr. and Mr. Matt Brennan. enjoyed the dinner cake were Mr. and Vasey, Mr. and Mrs. and children, Miss Franklin, Mrs. Rosa and the guests of honor. t Four Corners Mrs. Fred Perino were callers of Mr. John Perino Monday. and Mrs. Phil Wocicki and were busines~ c ewcasti ur^J_ , allers in Mr aned "~lrs~esaay. - : Lee Perino and and John Kudlock were so- of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Wednesday evening. and Mrs. Pete,Kudlock were business in Sundance Fred Perino, Linda and weme social callers of Mrs. Pziuski and Beverly Wed- and Mrs. John Perino were Callers in Newcastle Fri- trannsda Mrs. Millard Mitich cling business in New- Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. and sons had as din- gttests Mrs. Felix Perino, Mary Bob and John Kudlock. and Mrs. Fred Perino, Lin- and Jimmy were social call ~ar. and ors sda e M~. Jay Mayberry Y ven,,~. S'dDra Tavegie and family ,_ Tr guests of Mr. and Leo Perino and sons Thur evening, s- of Belle Fourche to visit Mr. Leo Perino and sons, relatives and friends for a week. A. J. Katches en. and, Mrs. Howard City at their Sunday noon, SCS reports rapid growth in Soil Conservation Oistric,ts THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance Wyo. Feb. 5, 1953 Jones Snook and Gene Ewing returned from California Tuesday. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for their floral of- ferings and w~rds of sympathy during our bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Copple Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Copple Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Rain~ater Elmer Copple Ted Copple Roy Coppice.... =, Sundance Times DEADLINES The following deadlines om news and advertising to be published in The Sundance Times must be observed by news contributors and advert4~ lished so that The Sundance No.lParmel's..93,000 . 278,00.0 476,000 668,000 . 863,000 1,120,0001 | ers. The deadlines were estab- J Times can be placed in tl~ i mails at the proper time. I DISPLAY ADVERTISING;~ Year ......... 1943 , [ 10 a.m. Tuesday of week ) Publication. Ho.Dlstrlets... 901 I CLASSIFIED ADVI~]~ [ TISING:~ 6 p.m. Ttmsdmy gdm Chart and 1952 map (above) *~ Mrs. Rodney Port, Mr. and Mrs.[ week of publication. shows the rapid growth of soil Clark is livin~ in Sheridan this Art Schelldoff and Mrs. John Lind-~ CONTRIBUTED Nlg~S:--15 conservation districts in the United winter with his daughter, Mrs~ sey drove to Rapid City last Wed- I a.m. Wednesday of week States. One farmer or rancher Helen Cates " nesday. On their way home they| Q u hl i cation" out of every five in the United Mrs Clarisse Rainwater of enjoyed dinner at the Royal Club States is now developing or carry- Crocker, Missouri has been visit- in Beulah. ing out a soil and water conser- ing at the home of her brother vation plan as a cooperator with one of the nearly 2500 locally or- ganized and managed soil conser- vation districts w~hich include 84 percent of the nation's farm and ranch land. F~rms and ranches of active district cooperators make up more than 25 percent of the nation's agricultural land. Jack Mollenbrink's Parents of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mollenbrink are the parents of a daughter born Dec. 27 at Greybull. The baby girl was named Sherry Kay. The Mollenbrink's have two other child- ren, Terry, 2 and Gary, 1. New Haven Last Week Word has been received that Mrs Lillie Copple died at the Gill- ette hospital Saturday night from a heart ailment. Mrs. Copple has been ill for some time. The entire community extends their deepest sympathy to the bereaved family. Mr. and Mrs. Jean Richards drove to Billings on Monday so that Mrs. Richards could ge through the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Williams and Mrs. J. B. Frisbee attended the funeral for Mrs. Morris in Hul- ett last Monday afternoon. Just about everyone in the com- munity has kept an appointment with his expert accountant lately to have income tax returns made out. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Robinson spent Tuesday evening at the Art Rathbun home and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Frisbee and sons visited them on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Spiedel and daughter and Art Hauber visit- ed Sunday at the Clarence Lawr- ence home near Carlile. "Mr. and M~s. Henry Stinson and family spent Sunday at the Clyde Roberts home. Mr. and Mrs. Trusty Moore spent several days in Gillette at the home of their daughter Mrs. Del- mar Marsh. Mrs. Henry Hauber spent sever- al days at the Art Hauber home last week while Art Hauher and Mrs. Spiedel and daughter had the flu. (This Week) Several families ~rom this com- munity attended the funeral ser- vices for Mrs. Lillie Copple which~ were held at the Assembly of God Church in Gillette last Tuesday af- ternoon. Rev. Overstreet of Hul- ett conducted the services with MrS. Overstreet as soloist. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Clark made a business and pleasure trip to Sheridan this week, Mr. Curtis and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Copple. She plans to re- turn to her home Monday. Sunday visitors at the Art Han- her home were Mr. and Mrs. Hen-I ry Hauber and Mrs. Arlene Han-! ber. Mr. and Mrs. Art Rathbun Dis. Red at the Ralph Copple home and at the Jim Frisbee home Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Clark were Sunday visitors at the J. B. Fris- bee home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Redding and family visited at the Le@is Dennis home Sunday. Jim Frisbee, Willis Clark and Art Rathbun called on Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nuckolls on Sunday af- ternoon. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Roberts drove to Denver Thursday morning. Among those who attended the Junior High basketball game in Spearfish Friday afternoon ~vere Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fowler, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Trego, Mrs. John Lindsey, Mrs. Kennetk Bennick, Me- Curly McLaughlin, ~Cheryl Laughlin, Carl Mayer Mayer. Thursday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Sid Harvey drove to Spearfish to attend the West River Band Clin- ic at Black Hills Teachers College. That evening Mr. and Mrs. Fran- cis Hejde and daughter Kathleen also attended. Mr. and Mrs. Will Langhoff of Spearfish were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Rounds Sunday noon. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Nussbaum, George Beagle, Mr. and Mrs. Ken- neth Benniek and Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsey were among those from Sundance who attended the Junior High basketball game at Hulett Saturday night. \Mrs. John Mollenbrink and son Sam returned last Tuesday from Greybull, Wyo., after visRing Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mollenbrink and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Williams of Oshoto were overnight guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maur- ice Williams Thursday. Mrs. Frank Shewey, Mrs. Bill Durfee and Mrs. HarrY Nixon were callers in Spearfish and Deadwood Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsey and son Michael were dinner guests at the Everett Fowler home Thurs- day. Michael stayed at the Fow- ler home overnight. Don Guidinger and Roger Rath- bun are visiting their respective families in Sundance. Both are stationed at Camp Roberts, Calif- ornia. ~ ' . DANCE .[ i Kickabush School House [ ~SATI~DAY, FEB. 7th ! Bring a Cake or Sandwiches ,! Sponsored by Creta Lincoln and Georgia Fowler ~/ ,~ Good Music _ _ _ I Livestock Sale ! Friday, Feb. 13 ? ~The next cattle and hog sale at the Gillette Livestock ~Exchange will be held Friday, Feb. 15. We have con- ) signed for this sale: P~ I . 7 Registered Yearling Bulls, consign- ed by John Maple Some Good Stock Cows Includii~ one Carload of Black Angus. ~ I.Steers Coming 2 Year-olds I ) "k A Number of Calves - Steers and Heif- ers. ). Several Good Milch Cows ) "k 50 Ewes- 4-6 Year-Olds ) "k 50 Wether Lambs at 60 Pounds ) PLEASE LET US XNOW WHAT YO'U HAVE COM~SG SO WE CAN NOTIFY OUR BUYERS. ) Gillette hvest0ck , . xcflaflge and