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h the Black Hms of Wyomtag Moorcroft Weeklg Roundup Visitors i~ town Wednesday Were Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Slatt- cry; Mr. Anderson and son Leon- ard; Orville Hayes; Roy Kottraba Melvin Mellotte; Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Port of Sundance; Eddie Chatfleld of Sundance; Ty Butcoh- - er and Mrs. Edna Graves of Car- llle. Mrs. Russell Krause was a pas- eenger on 42 Wednesday to Ex- elsior Springs, Me. where she ~Vill receive treatments for the next few weeks. She joined Mrs. John Dougherty of Billings who i ~vas also a passenger on 42 en- .route to the Springs. M Visitors in town Thursday were r. and Mrs. Wm. Ailkers and ~laughter of Buffalo Creek; Frank ~att and Jim Wham of Pine l~dge. Rev. S. W. Markley and his datlghter Dorothy, a returned array nurse, arrived in Moorcroft MOnday evening and are now lo-: eared in the Presbyterian morise. h~eRev. Barkley who came from nver was elected to the service ere a few weeks ago by the con- gregation. The new minister said he Would like to see everyone at eaUrch, either for the morning ~rvices or evening. Services are eeheduled for 11 o'clock in the ~or~ing and 7:30 in the evening. each Sunday during the Lenten ~eason. He will also hold services at 3 p. m. at tl~e Pine Ridge Church. 1~ RaYmond Zimmerschied of Sher- man and his grandmother Zimmer- ~Chied were over night visitors in All the hurtfelt wmpsthy that Is yours lit bereavement can be expressed in the Selection of your monument. Choose, with tender care, every line and symbol to make it truly creation worthy of )'our loved one. --WRITE FOR PARTICULARS-- Deadwood Granite and Marble Works A. L Ouchene, Prop. DEADWOOD, S. D. era,...._ Truck Tires Available 6.50 x 20 8 vlv 7.00 x 20 10 vlv 7.50 x 20 10 sly 8.25 x 20 10 sly 9.00 x 20 10 vlv GOODYEAR GATES U. S. ROYAL Drou us a card. We will send them immediately. Twin City Motor Sales Deadwood. So. Dak. The 8und-nee Times, 8undsnee, Wyoming Moorcroft Thursday night en- route to Cheyenne where Mrs. Zimmerschied lives. Raymond will go from Cheyenne to Ther- mopolis to join his folks who are employed there. Herb Bush of Hulett was a Moorcroft visitor Monday. Miss Dona Taylor was on the sick list the first of the week. Charlie Williams of Oshoto and E. H. Slusser of Osage, an old time resident of Moorcroft several years ago were visitors in Moor- croft Tuesday. Mrs. Joe Watt; Frank Watt of Buffalo Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Rus- sell Krause and Mrs. Lloyd Koch were shoppers in town Tuesday. Mrs. Vern Kirby was a Gillette visitor last Tuesday. Mr. and iVfrs. Johnny Schlatt- ma~ and son Jim were Gillette visitors Sunday. Visitors in town Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Trusty Moore and daughter; Mrs. Betty Marsh; Mr. Semlek and son Robert; Gus Ses- trap; Luther Boles of Gillette; Paul Baker of Raven Creek; Woodrow Peterson; John Schu- richt and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Dennis of New Haven. lVfr. and Mrs. Vern Kirby left Saturday morning for Casper where they will visit a few days then continue their journey on to Great Falls to visit Mrs. Gertrude Kirby a sho~t time before going on to Spokane, where they plan to locate. We are surely sorry to lose the Kii'bys but wish them the best of luck in their new location. Mrs. Gertrude Kirby plans to join them as soon as they are located. Several from here attended the dance i~ Sundance last Saturday night. Mrs. Buzz Zimmerschted and children of Sundance were visit- ors over the week-end at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Hack. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pray were visitors Saturday night at the Pringle home in Upton. Robt. German, Ray Schlatt- man, Clyde Hughes and Truman Vesser attended the funeral in Gillette Thursday of Carl Seely. Walt Davis has been having a seige of the flu the past few days. Mr. and Mrs. Will Forsha of Gillette were visitors in Moor- croft Sunday. They were on their way to Sundance to visit relatives and friends. Mrs. Cal Peterson and son of Gillette are visiting here for a few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Dumbrille and son Johnny of Rozet and Mr. and Mrs. Williams were visitors Friday evening at the McWethy home. Mr. Williams was recently dis- charged from the army. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Zimmer- schied and son of Carlile; Mr.i and Mrs. Rich Thompson; Mr. a~d Mrs. Frank Watt were shop- pers in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Tex Davis and family were visitors Sunday at the home place on Cabin Creek. Mrs. Goldie Hardy came over from Hulett Saturday morning in response to a phone call. Her brother Wayne and wife had ar- rived in town from the west coast. Upon arriving here Mrs. , Hardy fou,nd out they were pass- If It's Electrical-- and needs repairing The Sundance Electric Will repair it and at a reasonable cost U. S. Light Plants engers to Hulett on the stage that morning. Mrs. Currie Griffis and Miss Grenier of Sundance came in on the bus Sunday after attending a convention in Laramie of the Home Economics club. They tell us their trip there and back was de- layed because of the roads being blocked near Cheyenne. They were met here .by Mr. Griffis and all l returned to Sundance. Mr. and Mrs. Forsha of Gillette were visitors in Moorcroft Sun- day. They were enroute to Sun- dance to visit friends and rela- ~ tires. g-- Carlile BIRTHDAY SUPPERS HONORED TWO Mrs. Howard Zimmerschied had a supper for Howard and Art Zimmerschied on Friday evening. Those present were the honorees, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Zimmerschied and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Roberts and Edward. On Saturday evening Mrs. Dave Roberts gave a supper and the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Zimmerschied, Mr. a~d Mrs. WiLbur Zimmer- schied and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Jones, Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Zimmerschied and Art., Mr. Dave Roberts and Edward and Edna Graves. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Jones were Sundance callers on Thursday. RETURNS FROM ROCHI~STER Nell Garman and Mrs. Frances Garman returned from Rochester Friday. Nell seems to he doing real well. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Zimmer- schied and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Roberts were Supper guests with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Zimmer- schied Wednesday the 13th. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Zimmer- schied, Lloyd Atkinson and Phil McWhirter visited Sunday with Edna Graves. Mr. and Mrs. Tex Davis and children visited at the Zimmer- schied homes on gunday. Ed.na Gr.aves was a supper guest with Mr. and Mrs. George Carr and Charlotte Monday night. Little Miss Anna Lee Blakeman was on the sick list a few days. --X Houston Creek E. B. Chatfield and Louis Ew- ing were in Belie Fourche Mon- day. Mrs. Don .Hopkins and her sis- ter, Alice Hockett, were Saturday guests at the Chipper Chatfield home. Louis Ewing and wife were at Rozet Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Morris of Belle Fourche spent the week-e~ld with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Snooks and Marvin were in Deadwood Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Wells and twin sons have moved to Day- ton, Wyoming where Forrest has employment. Louis Ewing was a Wednesday night visitor in Gillette. Mr. a~d Mrs. Chipper Chatfield were in Deadwood Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kiser are living at the Chatfield ranch where Roy has e~nployment. They spent Sunday at the Jim Bowers home. Thursday, March 21, 194{[ Mr. and Mrs. Reu,ben Hindmau were at the Joe Howes ranch Mon- day. We are glad to know that Mr. Hindman is ~ble to be out after his recent illness. Mr, a~d Mrs. Sam Rice were Sunday afternoon callers at the Chatfield home. X. Old'ICE SUPPLIN~---~I2[, KINrDg AT THE TIME~, SUNDANCi. 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