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April 4, 1946

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lla the maek Hak of w~o~ __ The Hulett Branding[: Iron __J Betty and Barbara Stoddard are having the second hitch at the measles. Mr. and Mrs. Erna Ista and son ~ere shopping in tow~ Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hook and Mr. and Mrs. Emery Williams of Alva attended the School dance here Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Toots Gray visit- ed relatlvem here Sat. evening and attended the dance. The Hulett Womana club that was to have met with Mrs. Elleen ~ucher Thursday met with Mrs. Garnet Ntlson as Lydia An~ Buch- ~hwas coming down with measles. ere were 8 members out at the close of the meeting a delicious lua0h was served by our hostess. Mr. a~d Mrs. Russell Hardy a~d children of Denver Colo. spent l~t w~ek-end with Mrs. Engle and other relatives ,in Belle Four- r~he. Russell and the children I I i visited his sister Mrs. Bud Dur- fee a short time while there. Miss Lois Willson shopped in Deadwood last week and visited overnight with the James T. Chit- tim family. Mr. and Mrs. James T. Chttttm are the proud parents of a baby girl born at the Sister's hospital in Deadwood March 2 6. She wcigl~ed 7 lbs. 11 oz. and they ~amed her Lillian Ann. Quite a few of the school child- ren are having a tussle with the measles the second time and a different kind of measles. Mr. and Mrs. Will Nuckolls were shopping here Friday. Inez T. Davidson returned home the last of the iweek after spend- ing a few weeks in Deadwood with her son James and family on the way home she stayed over in Sunda~ce with Chas. and Nadine for a few days. Howard and Harvey Hauber were shopping in Belle Fourche Saturday. Miss Elsie Wyman spent the week end with her family near Aladdin. Dlckie Bush was a business caller at the Ed Vines home Sat. Chris Peterson is doing some Business and Professionall Directory FLUMBING REPAIRS and SKEET METAL WORK Telephone 19 HART BROTHERS LBR. & HDW., Sundanee DR. T. H. PROCTOR OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined---Glasses Fitted Over Montgomery Ward Store i Phone No. 300 I Deadwood DR. I. GORDON BETTS Physician-Surgeon - Osteopath Eyes Examined--Glaues Fitted Across from Post 0ffiee , Spearfish, South Dakota HOLBR00K CHIROPRACTIC SANATORIUM We tell you your ailment with- out asking questions. 82 North Scott St. Sherid~ 8reran Baths. Diet, Drasleu Methods I Pies, Sandwiches, Chili, Oar Specialties LEONARD FELTON Sundance THE SANDWICH SHOP ANNOUNCEMENT TO MY PATIENTS I have entered the Spears Chiropractic S a n 1 t a rlum at Denver and my office will be closed, until further notice. Dr.. GERTRUDE RICH, Belle Fourche, S. D. Home Appliances -- ]~lware Tires and Tubes D & K HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY Repairs and Recapping Belle Fourche South Dakota GUARANTEED RADIO SERVICE Farm Televhones Remired WESTERN RADIO SERVICE Sundance. wvomin~ WHY! WHY SHOULD YOU? Is there any rhyme or reason why you should buy -: at the Model Grocery/ We believe there is... and here's why ... 1. You can buy w~th confidence knowing that all foods are fresh and wholesome. We carry nothing that is stale or old. 9. You get real service here. You can fill your market basket quickly and easily. $. You have a wide choice of merchandise. You'll find all the nationally advertised foods here, at prices Fhat are always fair. 4. Besides all the other reasons why you should do your food buying here, the most important Is friendliness. Our customers are our friends, and we endeavor to greet them with a smile. Pleasing you pleases us and that's why it's a pleasure to serve you better than most stores. Model Grocery Partlow ud Bryn Sundanee, Wyoming work for the Auxiliary ladies in the lunch room of the Legion hall. They will have more room for their patrons. Patsy Coker is able to be out and walking around since she re- turned from the hospital. The many friends here are sor- ry to hear of the death Monday morning of Mrs. Agnes Engle of Alva. The funeral services will be conducted Thursday at Alva. Jack Newman spent the week- end with home folks. Jack Painter is home on a furlough and enjoying Dad's new car. Charlie Richardson who use to live here was visiting relatives and friends, he is home on a fur- lough and leaves in a few days back to camp. His parents live in Belle Fourche. Walter Cheshier; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Davidson and Eva Law- rence shopped in Belle Fourche Saturday and also stopped in Spearfish and Sus~danee on their way home. Helen Roberts shopped in Gill- ette Monday and visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson were business callers here Monday. Charlie Huckins and family en- Joyed a visit Monday from his parents. Mrs. Beatrice Nilson is visit- ing her brother James and family this week and getting acquainted with her namesake. Here is a little late announce- ment but better late than never~ Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Chittim an- nounce the marriage of their daughter Audrey Nadtne (Tudy) to Adolph W. Koenig o~a Sunday February 17, 1946 at Unfonvale Evangelical Church, Unionvale, Oregan. They will make their home at Dayton, Oregon. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Gray visited with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Davidson Thursday evening. Ed Atkinson and son was a business caller here the last of the week. Ben Wolfe was a caller here Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. George Watts were shopping here the last of; the week. X, Devil's Tower Donal Grubb has moved into one of the houses o~ the Whtties place which he purchased recent- ly and is getti.ng ready to be$in farming. Ch~rlie and Sadie Ritch- ey were visiting the Grubbs Sun- day. Edward Thorn, wife and family have returned to the Thorn camp. They expect to make this their home now. Alfred Urness employed at the Campstool, flew out from Spear- fish Wednesday with Mr. Ice. Their low altitude flying caused quite a commotion in the neigh- borhood. The Hv~rry Vines family motor- ed to Hulett Wednesday evening staying all night at the hotel with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vines. We are proud of the Joyner's ability to entertain under trying circumstances. On Saturday when Lord and Lady Halifax and party visited the Tower, Mr. and Mrs. Joyner were ready to receive them and served a picnic lunch on the lawn. They found their visitors very appreciative and the visit will be long cherished. Durand Grenier received his discharge from the Navy and re- turned home Saturday. He will spend the spring and summer with his parents. C. L. Clark was out Sunday and said he intended sellilag or moving his buildings at his saw mill site and he and Mrs. Clark would move out to live at his !son, Lewis' place. Mrs. Clark is feeling much better. Word was received this week from Mr. Bentz of Gillette that" i Mrs. Frank Heppler has been quite sick in the hospital at that place. She was improving with this news. Spring~ Valley (Last week) Joe Dudrey who recently "re- ceived his discharge from the rainy, has been visiting at Gull i fords this week. Billy Ware of Upto~ was a call- er at Lee Thompsons Monday. Jim and H. F. Davis were SVR callers Saturday, lining up for sheep shearing. (This Week) Mr. and Mrs. Joe Beal and Grace Beal went to Sundance on business Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Thompson went to Upton after brooder fuel Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dudrey were week-end visitors in Sundance this week. Thursday, April 4, (Electric and Battery Sets) Arriving Weekly Come In -- Look Them Over. Beautiful Table Models -- Mahogony, Ivory, et~ Coast-to-Coast Stores George Stime, Owner Belle Fourche, S. D. Use Horse Sense to Make Hen Sense Let Us Supply Your Baby Chicks White Leghorns White Rocks White Wyandottes New Hampshire Reds Rhode Island Reds Buff Orphingtons All from U. S. Approved Pullorum Tested Flocks Under Supervision Member of South Dakota Poultry Association and Internaitonal Baby Chick Association a$$$$$$$ 32 Pct. Hog Feed Concentrate Still Have Sonde of-That Hard To Sheep and Cattle Cubes In Pellet and Meal Form Grandview Hatchery and Locker Plant In our new building across from the high Inspect it--400 Frozen Food Lockers and Locker service. Belle Fourche South