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L Giant 2740 Pound Steer Is Auctioned At Belle Fourche A giant steer, the largest ever sold at the Belle Fourche Live- stock Exchange, was auctioned[ Thursday, Jan. 30. The steer, which[ stood almost six feet high and! weighed 2740 pounds, grossed $617.1'5. It was purchased by Ar- mour and Company at $25 per hundred. The steer was raised by C. L. :Buckmiller on the Moreau river a} Hoover, S. D. Buckmiller said the animal was out of an ordinary milk cow which had been bred to a registered bull. "That's the biggest animal I've ever seen," said Jesse Guidinger, exchange manager, "and I think it's the biggest thing ever sold in this area." Buckmiller said that he thought that the steer could have put on another 200 pounds. Miller Creek (Feb. 4) Mr. and Mr. Bill Walters attend- ed and marketed cattle at the $turgis Livestock sale last Wed- nesday. Friends of Billy Habeck,gather- ed to help him celebrate his birth- day Saturday evening. Cards were enjoyed before lunch, gift pack- ages opened and young folks en- Joyed dancing before guests depart- ed at an early morning hour. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oudin of Sundance spent Sunday with Will Oudin's. Mr. and Mrs. Hally Oudin and girls were afternoon visitors. Norman Miles was taken very ill Saturday night and rushed by Mrs. Miles to the Rapid City hos- Pital Sunday morning. His friends Wish him a quick recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Moore transacted business in Sundance blonday. Truckers delivered hay last ~Veek to J. D. Carr and Storts and Rathbun ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Haptonstall ~ere Sunday evening visitors of ernard Solomon's. Mrs. Ella White and sons, had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and ~rs. E White, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wolfe "and sons and Bill Conzel- ~an. Walter and Dennis Nicholson Rove to their ranch Monday morn- lag. Dennis remained to help with feeding stock. ~Mrs. Lily Storts, Mrs. Chesney thbun and Jenie Lea were busi- 1less visitors of Spearfish, Satur- day. (Feb. II) it Mrs. Lucy Minnich returned Orne from an extended visit with l~latives at Riverton and Casper hat Tuesday. Herb drove to Cas- Per Sunitay to drive her home. ehMr. and Mrs. Don Grubb and ildren were Friday evening ~ests at the Eaton home. Mrs. Ella White and sons' ,~pent ~riday evening with MrS. Minnich and Herb. Protects Your Freedom" MONUIENTS MARKERS The finest selection in the Trl.State Area. i Deadwood Granite and Marble Works Shop Ph. 14317 Ires. 147R R. A. 'Dick' MADER Auctioneer Gillette Wyoming Ph. 0156-R~ Mr. and Mrs. Billy Habeck and David visited Mr. and Mrs. Lan- ning at Spearfish Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Myers and children were Saturday overnight and Sunday guests of the H. D. Myers at Clearmont. The March of Dimes Leap year dance Saturday night at the Com- munity hall, was welt attended. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Wells and children of Hulett were Sunday visitors at the Storts and Rathbun home. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hapton3tall made a trip last week to points in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carr were Sundance business visitors Thurs- day. We are glad to report that Nor- man Miles is much improved over his condition last week following: an operation for a ruptured appen- dix. It is reported that Mr. and Mrs. George Norton have gone to Ne- braska to visit George's mother. While they are away 'Bill' Glover will look after the duties at the Brantley ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bean and family from the Montana section of the Greenwood ranches, were visitors and supper guests at the Newland home Monday. The warm weather the past week is very much appreciated by the stockmen. It has taken off the snow on the range so stock is gra- zing again like early fall and wa- ter everywhere. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Newland and Robert Pughe attended the sale at Belle Fourche Livestock Exchange Thursday. Joe Wattier, Jr. and family were calling on Colony friends Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Don Duane Gour- ley from Webster City, Iowa spent the weekend at the Greenwood ranch. Mrs. Gurley will be remem- bered as Virginia Anderson who lived with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Anderson, at Colony a few years ago. The couple were recently married and are on their honeymoon and stopped on their way home from Denver to visit Colony friends. They will make their home on a farm near Web- ster City where the groom is in- terested with his father in farm- ing and stock' raising. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shea and grandson from Belle Fourche, were at the Newland ranch Sunday. Joe was checking over and repairing the plumbing about the home. George Bean, Jr., was looking after some horses in the Colony vicinity Friday. He called on the Branums. ----- Hulett (Feb. 11) Mrs. Minnie Harstod of Tacoma, Wash and Mrs. Emma Wooten of Yelm,, Wash., left Friday after a weeks visit with relatives and friends. They were here to attend the funeral of their father, Joe Svoboda. John Whities, Sr. drove to Moor- croft Tuesday to meet his son, John and Bill Borchgrevink who are home from Korea on thirty day furloughs. John Callquist and Jess Storm were business visitors in Belle Fourche Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Vasey moved into their new home Saturday. Edward Fowlkes was in charge of the work which converted the for- mer store building into a residence. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vasty will occupy the property known as the "Durfee" home. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Svoboda who have been living in Alva moved to tlulett last week. Mrs. Claude Storm, Jim and Topsy of Gillette were here over the weekend visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bush return- ed home Friday from Calif., where they had gene to get their car. Johnny, Tommy, and Dickie Vines and Kenneth Whities have been sick with the measles the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sutton and :Mrs. Grace Bush entertained three tables of pinochle players at the Sutton home Saturday night. Prize winners were Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Morgan, George Grenier and Mrs. J [Borne. Delicious refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Barbour and children and Wayne Campbell were Sunday dinner guests at the Virgil Tromble home. You bet they do.and we have the feeds that will bring you those increased livestock profits. ---- There is still plenty of winter left. We Have A Big Supply of Such Feeds as Lucky Seven 41 Soy Bean Trisco Corn Cake Cubes Telephone 48R2 Sundance, Wyo. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Straitor Clark and ' children were dinner guests at the Raymond Vines home one evening last week. Mr. and Mrs. Don Rounds and children, Donna and Timmy, were . guests at the Will Langhoff home in Spearfish Sunday. TIlE SUNDANCE TIMES Sund~nce, Wyo. Febr. 21, 195~ Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Tarver and children of Gillette were din- ner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wes Huckins Sunday noon. Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsey and son, Michael, spent Saturday in Rapid City. i Dr. W. P. Wildermuth 1 I Opt:omet:ris(: ) ' . ) ha,_ moved his office into the / Dr. Hare-Ward building ) 146 West Illinois, I Spearfish, S.D. / I ' Office Hours: ) 9-5 Tues., Thurs., Sat. ) ---.---.._. 60c lb. In 5 lb. cases .............. 58c lb. in 5 lb. cases Skinned in 5 lb. cases 40 lb. , lb. II SHRIMP- in 5 lb. cases ............... lb. 9]e Raspberries 10 lb. tin Blueberries 10 lb. tin In 30 lb. Tins .......................... - ........... 37c lb. In 10 lb. Tins ...................... - ................ 45c lb. Concentrated 6 ounce cans 1 can 24c 1 dozen cans, 20c can 1 case--48 cans---S9.60 Crook County Frozen Food Lockers Phone 28 Sundance, Wyo.