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[ Mrs. Elaine Clark and Marshall] Po-son ] ]t ms , THE SUNDANCE TIMES Colony [ Nussbaum were callers Friday eve-I J Sundmzce, Wyo.Febr. 21, 195 (Feb. 11) . ]ning at the Reuben Necklason [Mrs. Alisom Stout and Mr. Wm. [ ~" A cooking demonstration was ~ [home. [Seeckts, of Boston, Mass., niece|day. Mr. Ehlert will return to given at the Jas. Newland home 1 / Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nussbaum ~ and nephew of Frank Ehlert, ar-~Boston with them the last of this last Wednesday evening by Mr. m [~h?erS1~rdaYkce:enil~gmCe?llers at Irived by plane in Sundance Sun-|week. and Mrs. Chidester of Rapid City. i / ~ r d ~,,, v,, m, . Arthur Faber has been spending Mr. and Mrs. Roy Little and sons ~~,#,~ a few days with Robert Pughe on ~ [were Saturday afternoon callers at | ~ ........ his ranch at Colony. ~ |the Melvin Nelson home. |~t? Clifford Bean delivered a truck m Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mayer and ]~~ load of oats to the Greenwood ~ daughters were Saturday guests [), b A | | ~=~ O ~ h x~ t ranch Thursday. . [[ at the Howard Mayer home near|~ "v|n~P U~| n~n ) Mrs. Edna Brantley was a busi- ~ Sturgis. i~ - ~, hess visitor in Sundance last Sat- ~ Louis Micolini called at the Louis [~~ urday. Mrs. Jake Speidel accom- i Olah home Sunday. [~ I~, i l| X lJ panied her on the trip. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Toth and |~ [[J~ at ~_. t~' Miss Doris Richardson attend- family of Upton were guests Sun-|~ ==F ,, ..... ed the funeral of E. E. Siddons m day at the Lizzie Toth and Delbert |~|, Belle Fourche Wednesday sfter~ ~ Foster home. |~ noon. Miss Richardson and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Clark were [ J mm ~ a am_ms Siddons were cousins. Miss Rich- dinner guests Sunday at the Roy] ~ HUIet! tel~lon Hall t ardson returned to her duties at ~ Little's. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mayer] ~ m=.mv .... O ......... ) the Greenwood ranches Thursday. and daughters were afternoonI | Robert Pughe attended the Reg- guests, i ~ _ _ istered Hereford sale at the Stur- ~ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schopen and[J A_ ___| __ ( gis Livestock Exchange, last W~d- I Grandma Schopen of Deadwood[~ ~f||r~ nesday. A couple of electricians from the ~ were dinner guests Sunday at the I ~1 qJ&4l LUi IUIIMIJ y " Maurice Lappe home. [ ~ " " I, ]Miles City Wind Electric Co., were Joe Frank, 62.year-old ex-miner [ Mrs Reuben Necklason was a I( at Colony Friday checking over the and rancher and now the owner I dinner guest Sunday at the Mar- 14# qt t 1 "! installations they put in some time of Joe's Service Station, h.~s been ] shall Nussbaum's i '~ ~ ~ Tf~. [~ | ago. They expect to return in a a resident of Crook county for 40 " -=---=-~,.~.v~..~ .- few days to make some repairs _ . . [ Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanson and[~ -=--.=.~v~...~ :' ......... [family of Newcastle were dmner [~ nd necessary changes, years. Born m etustria in 1890, ne. was orougnt to the ~nx~ea I guests Sunday at the Jimmy Han-[ ~ Aladdin ~ates wnen ne was a year ore, nts [son's [ J ~o.~:~ i~.. qk parents settling in Pennsylvania i ..r', .......... [~ l1tl~lU It#~y / ~ ann Mrs. AlDer[ l~ussvaum ~t When he was 21, he went to l Sunday was a foggy, chilly day .......... and family were afternoon and] ~ Lean, ~ v where ne worgeo mi . .... " ." ~.^ ..." ~'. ~ ..... evenmg guests Sunday at the Billy | quite a change from our recent me nomesza,,~ me ..... y ..... ~W ........... [ ~ spring-like weather. ,He came to Sundance then and' ~t~L~ uvmv. [~ Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Pattinson ran a ranch east of Sundancefor Callers Monday. at the Roy Llt'-[~ were Rapid City visitors one day 20 years. In January, 1951, he sold tle's were Marshall Nussbaum, Mr. [' h last week. his ranch and purchased his pres. and Mrs. Carl Mayer and Cheryl [( r Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Myres were ent service station, store and cab- and Mr and Mrs ~^, "~ f~'-~- "" [~ !.Sunday visitors at Pattinsons. " . L,,u,~ ,.,,~,.. IJ ins from Sid Harvey. John Pearson was a caller at He is married .~nd has five "Wymans and Pattinsons Friday evening. Chas. Wyman and A. J. Pattin- son were Belle Fourche visitor~ 'Thursday. We were sorry to hear of the serious illness of little Miss Nancy Nickelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nickelson. She enter- ed the' Belle Fourc~be hospital last week, Wednesday. We wish her a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Thompson and son of Belle Fourche were weekend guests here at the Bob :Bunney home. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Middleas and children were callers at Wy- sans Sunday evening. Typewriter Ribbons at The Times daughters.--Polaroid One-Minute Photo by The Times lnyan Kara (Feb. 11) Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Schlup re- t,rned home'a week ago Saturday from a months visit with relatives in Colorado and Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Little were dinner guests Wednesday at tha Marshall Nussbaum home. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Nussbaum and daughters were business call- ers in Spearfish Thursday. Rudy Dyer spent Saturday at the Louis Olah home. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Foster were Saturday evening guests at the Louis Olah home. KEEPS 420 LBS. OFGOODFOOD SAFE! / 12 Cu. Ft. Size ,4 SUPER- AP.KE / Hr/n, You Years ago, power for farming operations was fur- nished by horses and mules, and farmers them- selves produced the hay and oats to feed them. Today, tractors and trucks furnish the power for farming--and through their co-ops, farmers have drillod wells, built pipe lines and refineries to produce the synChetic "hay and oats" for their iron "horses." When farmers sell through their co-ops at a saving, and make further savings through their farm supply purchasing co-ops, they are lowering the cost of farming operation. Their co-ops are merely extensions of farm operations--hired hands that handle the many problems which come up far from the farm but which affect the farmer's annual income tremendously. Businessmen, too, have co-ops to do a similar job for them--associations through which they purchase necessary supplies, or in some cases the merchandise which they sell, at a sa ing. Co-ops operated by farmers and co-ops operated by businessmen are both an essential part of the free-ent rprise system helping to build the kind of America we fought a war to protect. m Belle Fourche Dwight Kruse, Manager South Dakota Phone 51 Belle Fourche, S. 1).