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at. ml- ], Wonderful Wyoming SaFety Club Housto,. Creek (Feb. 18) Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Bushnell, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bushnell were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kiser in the Devils Tower community. They were brief callers at the E. B. Chatfield home during tim week. Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Bushnell were in town Thursday. Mrs. Bill Bushnell has received word from her son, Ray Potter, that he has been promoted to Corporal md has been transferred from Ft. Bliss, Texas to Ft. Cronkhite at San Francisco. She has also receiv- ed word of the marriage of her niece, Miss Pat Schouten, Feb. 9 in Denver. The husband, whose name was not learned, is in service and the couple will live temporarily in Tennessee. Pat is the daughter nf Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schouten, former residents of this commun- ity. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Joy and children were Saturday supper guests at the Sam Rice home. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Chatfield and daughter were Sunday afternoon visitors. Dr. Bob Baldwin aecom- panied by Mrs. Baldwin was a pro- fessional visitor during the day. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chatfietd were Sunday guests at the Marty Osgard home. Mrs. Osgard and Mrs. Chatfield attended church in Spearfish in the morning. Dr. and Mrs. R. I. Port were supper guests at the Chatfield home one evening during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cummings spent the week in Ekalaka, Mon- tana and assisted in the care of Mrs. Cummings' father, J. F. John- son, who had been hospitalized for some time. tie passed away on Tuesday and Mr. and Mrs. Cum- mings returned home Saturday. Word has been received that Francis Wells is again hospitalized at Fitzsimmons near Denver as a result of injury to his ankle while skating. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Habeek of lhdett were Sunday dinner gues~::; at the (?has. Chaffiehl home. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Graham and family of Mooreroft were Sunday supper guests and Mrs. I,ester Graham and daughter were Monday guests. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Chatfield en- tertained at a Valentine pariy THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Febr. 21, 1952 Thursday. evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chatfield, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Chatfield and children and Miss Jennie Ralhbun. Bob Rice has been having a sie~e of the flu and missed several clays from school. Mrs. R. W. McAnally and Mrs. Itarvey Ferdinand were Saturday visitors at the Sanfor(I home. [ STEEL Protects Your Free om Crook County Hospital Meeting 8 P.M. Feb. 28, 1952 City Hall, Sundance, Wyo. For the purpose of returning the money collected,or exchanging for pledges. Every interested person is urged to attend. Col. Malcolm E Craig, director of safe Presentin~ ~ ,,;L '. ' ~ ty, (standing) is shown above Governor~Fran~V~na~r;rft~l(s?:~o~ing ,llighway Safety Club" sticker to to the variou .... . ). The stickers are being distributed be issued u. ~ cuunty satety hoards throughout the state. Stickers will rained fro~ mcse board.~. (In Crook county, these stickers may he ob- - Al llarding, Moorcroft chairman of the Crook county board.) Eight safety rules a who reques ~t,-- ppear on the back of the stncker, rhose rule t ~-*cKers must romise to d t t s. Or~a,,: ..... P o heir hest to abnde by 3mse .... ,L~uon of the clubs throughout Wyoming is another step m the overall highway safety "ro,,ram started la Barrett w~ - . :- ~ ' st year by Governor ~a state-wide high_ wa), safety eonferenee~ For Fast Re :ults Use....,.,.. '; The ghifi,d . for Exterior or Interior Surfaces. .... -,_ ............ I Building and Remodeling anll.-_SAVE Spring is the time to rebuild and remodel. Add that extra room to bolts bol supeditte your house, give your house a fresh coat of paint both inside and out, build that new barn or poultry house you've been planning, or make the lady of the house happy A YARD .Exciting new patterns/ Beautiful solid colors! Enthusiastic home-makers tell us there is nothing like this marvelous percale that makes so many lovely things for the family and the home*. Come in and see the new Cloth o/Gold patterns for this season. Sundanee We Carry Simplicity Patterns in Stock "Everything to Wear" by modernizing your house from top to bottom. Spring is the time to do those things and this is the time to plan for Spring. Let us help you vcith your plamfing...and let us supply you with the build- ing materials -- whether it be lumber, paint, nails or mill- work. WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR McCULLOCH SAWS Lumber and Edward [ eter sen, Manager Sundance Wyoming Upton i E