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March 5, 1953

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News Roundup By Lydia Borne Bush and his mother Mrs. Bush went to Belle Fourche where they visited Mr. Willard Ripley. Clarenbach, county health came to Hulett Thursday Placed quarantines on three where there is scarlet feD- So far all the cases have been mild form but precautions are taken to prevent the spread disease. and Mrs. John Whities re- word Thursday of a ser- aCCident in which their son- Howard Wright of Guern- was injured. A truck which driving overturned. Mr. suffered a brain concuss- and other minor injuries and at Guernsey. Baker, daughter of Mrs. Baker, was in the hos- in Belle Fourche several the past week. four more inches of snow making travel diffi- more over the weekend all roads. Charlie Huckins and son were Belle Fourche vial- Holmes of Westport, S. Friday for a visit with and friends. services were held at church Wednesday af- for Mrs. Claud Storm whd away at the Saint Mary's in Rochester, Minnesota 21st. ReD. Robert M. of Gillette was in charge services. Music was fur-, by Mrs H. A. Rush, accom- by Mrs. Henry Neiman end Bowen of Gillette, accom- by his wife. Interment Moore Hill cemetel"y. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rush of Devils Tower took over the Vines hotel and care the first of March. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vines will move into their house north of town and the Harry Vines family will oc- cupy their trailer. Mr. and Mrs. Roderick Shannon drove to Laramie Friday after- noon to spend the weekend. Miss Watts substituted for Mrs. Shannon. Moskee Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Apland and children were shopping in Spear- fish Saturday evening. They also visited with Mrs. Apland's parents. E. J. Deranleau was shopping in Sundance Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Trebelcock took their baby boy, Jimmy Joe to the Homestake hospital Friday afternoon. He was reported to have pneumonia. He is an oxygen tent. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Corean and Stella, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Corean and Kelly and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hood and sons all of Spearfish were supper guests at the Charles Madler home Saturday evening. They were celebrating Mr. and Mrs. Tom Corean's wedding an- niversary. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Lappe, Dallas and Eileen were shopping in Sundance Saturday evening. Mrs. Pete Toth, Cookie and Pat- tie were shopping in Spearfish one day last week. Mrs. Henry Saari gave a birth- day party in honor of her daugh- ter Sandra's tenth birthday Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. R. Finch from Lead were visiting at the E. J. Deranleau home Sunday afternoon. Those attending the show Sat- urday evening in Sundance were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Toth and girl, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Saari and family and Chuck Price. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Madler and Mike were shopping in Spear- fish Tuesday. Raymond Niles spent the week. end in Sundance. Small Boy: "What is college- bred, Daddy?" Daddy (with a son in college): "They make college bread, my boy, from the flower ,of youth and the dough of old age." Carlfle Howard 7Ammerschied and fam- ily were supper guests at Ed Blakeman's Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Singleton and son were Tuesday afternoon visitors at Wilbur Zimmerschied's. Glen Hayworth marketed hogs at Sturgis Wednesday. Robert Sisson moved some horses from Upper Cabin Creek to the Deeder ranch Wednesday. Lyle Griffith Tnjured his hand and is suffering symptoms of blood poisoning. Albert Manke made a business trip to Casper this week. Mrs. Manke and children visited at the Erret Haptonstall home Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Elsom visited the latter's father in Scottsbltfff, Nebr. over the weekend. Mrs. Edna Zimmerschied had charge of the store and post office during their absence. Mr. and Mrs. David Roberts and sons made a trip to Sundance Sat- urday after veterinary supplies. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Roberts of Cham- berlain, S. Dak. spent Sunday at David Roberts. Edward Blakeman and Harry Lee Garman are overhauling their tractors this week. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blakeman and John Garman attended the sale at Gillette Friday. David Roberts helped Harry Garman butcher hogs Friday. Frances Garman was surprised with a birthday greet- ing by telephone from Martha and DL F,B. WARD Deatht 14G W, llilaok St. Carl Reimer 0f Radcliffe, Iowa Sunday. Mrs. Lucy Jones attended the funeral of Mrs. Claud Storm in Hulett Wednesday. Leo Kreber visited his wife, who is sick, at Rapid City over the weekend. Slightly Confused "Are you the judge of repro- bates?" the lady inquired. "I am the judge of probate," was the answer. "Well, that's what I want, I , guess. You see, my husband died ~untested and left several little in- fidels, and I want to be their executioner!" 0 THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. March 5, 1953 General Auctioneering Graduate of Reisch American School of Anctioneering Contact: Boyd Larson or Dick Cundy Ph. 9F16 Spearfish, S. D. IMPORTANT Truck Stop! II II Don't drive another day with grabbing, squealing, unsafe truck brakes! The most important stop you can make is the stop you make for brake service. Stop here for complete brake service: Tracy Motor Co. Sundance Moorcroft USED CARS AND TRUCKS "k 1949 Willys Jeep 1 Ton Large engine, 4-wheel drive, good tires, combination stock and grain ruek, very good condition. ~ 1949 GMC Truck m 350 Series Tandem dump body with hoist, 10 yd, new"10x8~5 tires. This truck has been checked over and is ready to work / Aw, You Shouldn'ta Done It ,Pal - - 9 But now that you've given me all these gifts let me thank you for your splendid gener- osity. I always say there's lots of things us kids can use like what's in this advertisement. Me, I always read the advertlsments and I drool- ed over this one. We Have A Very Good Assortment Baby Oils andLotions of Pickups from 1940 to 1951"Models, ~ 4r Johnson's 4r Mennen's ~r 1952 Chevrolet LWB Truck "k Diaper Liners "k Pyrex Bottles Gift Items for Babies 6,000 miles, combination body., This "~" Diaper Bags tru~k Is priced about $1000 under a "~" Auto Bottle Warmers new truck. ~ 1951 Chrysler 4 Door Windsor One owner, low mileage, looks and runs like new. ]950 Buick Super 4 Door 'k 1951Buick 4 Door Roadmaster Tri-State Motor & Implement Co. e 201 Belle Fourche, S. D. iii i i i Baby Rings, Silver Spoons and Forks Are Available on Special Order Sundance Pharmacy Phone 36 Sundance, Wyo. \