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b the BMA ~ of Wyonflmg The 8undanee Times, 8undanee, Wyoming Thursday, April 4, 194$ ~' Moorcroft Weeklg Roundup Cpl. Harry H. Dickenson, son of Hubert F. Dickenson of Sheri- dan has returned to Sheridan fol- lowing discharge from the army at Fort Lewis, Wash. A veteran of nearly four years, Dickenson was attached to the 1304th base unit ATC and saw duty in India for a year. Stewart F~sign accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hauber to Rapid City Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Cash Minnich oc- eompanied by Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson were visitors i~ Chey- enne Wed. and Thurs. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kummerfeld were shoppers in town Wed. Jack Smith left Wed. for the University to resume bis studies after spending the spring vaca- tion with home folks. Cecil Hugh accompa~aied Jack and Cecil will enroll in the University. He ptans to take a course in law. Mr. and Mrs. John Schuricht, Billte Ellis of Newcastle, Mr. Aus-i tin of Devils Tower were visit- ,ors in town Thursday. Frank Proctor and son of HuN ett stopped in Moorcroft Wednes- day evening on their return home after attending the funeral of Howard Seig in Sheridan. Maynard Briggs employee of a Sheridan funeral home left Sheri- dan recently for San Francisco where he will sail for Manila as superintendent of embalmers en- gaged in removal of Military dead to the United States. Briggs served in World War II as a Lt. In the army ski troops. He recent- ly was discharged after a years service i~ Europe. Maynard is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Briggs of Sheridan but were old time residents of Moorcroft. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Twiford accompanied by Bill Bennett left Friday for a few days visit at Glendo. Visitors in town Friday were Joe Watt of Buffalo Creek, Frank Stewart of Rozet, Russell Krause a~d Charlotte, Frank Kock and Mr. and Mrs. Manke of Carlile. Mr. and Mrs. George Seiners SPERLING RADIO SERVICE All Work Guaranteed Spearfish 164-M S.D. In The Gamble Store and daughter were passengers on 42 Friday for Kansas, where they were called by the death of the former's aged mother. They will go by train to Grand Island, Nebr. where they will join George's brother and continue their journ- ey by car. CARD CLUB' NOTES Mrs. Albert DeWolf was host- ess last Thursday evening to the card club. Two tables of 500 were 'played. High score was won by Mrs. Cranston, low by Mrs. Pierce and traveling by M~s. Freda :Shoemake. A delicious hmcheon of sandwiches, pickles, angel food cake and coffee was served. Miss ~fary Straight and Miss Alice Hauber drove up from Sup- erior Friday evening to spend the week end in Moorcroft. They are both teaching in Superior. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Zimmer- schied and sons of Carlile were visitors in Moorcroft Friday eve- ning. Mrs. Trusty Moore and daugh- ter ; Mrs. Delmer Marsh; Edwin Hauber of New Haven; Earl Dil- linger; Hans Kummerfeld; Mickie Pollock and Charlie Eitel were visitors in town Saturday. IVfr. and Mrs. Gerald Hall and sons of Sheridan accompanied by Prentiss and Amos Hall who have been in Sheridan for a short time drove down Saturday afternoon to visit at the Bert Hall home over Sunday. The Senior play "Fingerprint" given at the high school auditor- ium Friday night was well attend- ed and surely enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Russell were callers at the Charlie Eitel home Saturday. Visitors in town Saturday eve- ning were Bill Eldridge, Russell Krause and Charlotte, and Mr. and Mrs. Rex Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Saunders of Dayton accompanied by their son Howard Junior were visitors i~ Moorcroft Friday night and Saturday. Shoppers in town Monday were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hauber and grandaughter of Devils Tower and Mr. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Storm of Hul- ett visited Sunday afternoon at the Vesser home. Mrs. J. E. Latham and Wanda of Gillette visited in Moorcroft Sunday. Mrs. A1 Sylvester has bee~a on the sick list the past few days. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kimsey and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ehner Kimsey attended the show in[ town Sunday night. Grant Dlckerson of Buffalo was an overnight visitor in Moor- croft Sunday night. Beulah Bob, Hamilton is in the hospital at Hot Springs receiving treat- ment for his back, which was hurt while he was in service over- seas. Now Available Lobe King MOTOR OIL Reduces and removes sludge and gum. Has been used for many years by con- tractors and fleet owner The U. S. Army uses this oil exclusively in all mo- bilized equipment. Come in and get our special prices in Bulk Lots Auto King Motor 0i! 100% Straight Distilled--Wax Free. No hard or sticky carbon. Marshall-Wells Store Belle Fourche South Dakota Mr. and Mrs, John Crake and Mrs. Leo Crago and childre~ were shopping in Belle Fourcche the first of last week. Mrs. Frank Tauck and Mrs. Clifford Island were in Spearfish last Tuesday. Mrs. Tauck pur- chased a bunch of baby chicks while there. Mrs. Frank Tauck, Mrs. John and Mrs. Leo Crago attended the Redwater Homemakers club meet- ing held at Mrs. Bud Harpers in Spearfish last Wednesday. man one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mathews and Myrtle visited in Sundance Friday afternoon. Hubert Mathews and Bob Crake graveled their road toward Beu- lah last week. Mr. Ishmael painted Mrs. Guid- ingers kitchen last Thursday. He tells us Mrs. Ishmael is still in the Deadwood hospital, and is recov- ering satisfactorily from pneu- monia. Walter Mathews is remodeling Mrs. Hubert Mathews visited the inside of his store and Mr. Wednesday p. m. with Mrs. W. H. Ishmael is painting it for him. Mathews and Myrtle, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blakeman Marlene Mills visited and stay-I ed over ~ight with Verla Crago]and sons attended a birthday sup- one evening last week. [per given Thursday evening at Frank Tauck has been farming] the W. H. Blakema~ home, in on Dry Creek the past week. } honor of Gerald. Also for Misses Bob Crake helped Gerald Blake-~ Iris Bryan, Mildred Landers and Mr. John TrotSer who were hem@ spending thei~ spring vacation. Everyone enjoyed the evening very much. Mr. and Mrs. John Crake re- ceived word that their son Jack who has been overseas almost a year is to be home soon on a 30 day leave. X. OFFICE SUPPLIES---ALL KINDS AT THE TIMES--SUNDANCB i Xarble Works A. L. Ouchene, ProlL DEADWOOD, K 0, AUCT! ~ v v ~ v v v v ~ As I have sold my ranch I will hold a closing out sale 8 miles south of Hulett, Wyoming; 5 miles east of Devil's Tower and 2~ miles off oiled road turn off 2 miles north of Devil's Tower store on Tuesday, April 16th Sale starts at 1:00 o'clock sharp I,,ncil on Grounds~Bring (',ups 24 HEAD OF CABLE 1 Brindle Milch Cow, age 10 1 Light Red Milch Cow, age 8 1 Red White Face Cow, age 6 2 Red Brockle Face Milch Cows, age 3 and 4 1 Roan Milch Cow, age 3 2 Red White Face Milch Heifers, age 2 and 3 (5 giving milk, 3 to freshen very soon) I Registered Hereford Bull, age 2, a good one 1 Roan Cow, age 3 2 Hereford Heifers, age 2 1 Yearling Steer 5 Yearling Heifers 6 Calves 6 HEAD OF HORSES 1 Gray Work Horse, age 6, weight 1200 very gentle to work or ride 1 Gray Work Horse, age 6, weight 1200 1 Bay Blaze Face Mare, smooth mouth, weight 1200, very gentle to work or ride 1 Brown Saddle Horse, coming 3, hal- ter broke, gentle 1 Bay Mare, coming 3, work type, hal- ter broke, gentle 1 Sorrel Colt, age 2, halter broke, work type, gentle HOGS 2 Red Brood Sows, to farrow May 5th and 9th, weight about 275, age 10 months POULTRY "1 Turkey Gobbler 1 Turkey Hen A Few Chickens FARM MACHINERY 1 McCormick-Deering Farmall Tractor On Steel, two ldOW size I Wood Wheel Wagon, with box 1 ttay Stacker and Sweep 1 Horse Mower, McCormick-Deering, Big Six 1 Twelve Foot Hay Rake I Gang Plow 1 Walking Plow 1 Harrow Cart, all steel 1 Blacksmith Outfit 1 Grind Sione Gal,enized Pipe, 100 feet, half inch Fuel Barrels and Cans Log Chains, Pitch Forks, Crow Bars, Etc. 1 Feed Grinder, eight inch burrs and sacker 1 Galloway Cream Separator, large size, like new 1 International Grain Binder, eight foot, power hitch 1 Twelve Inch Tractor Plow, with breaker attachments 1 McCorm~ck.Deering Power ]flower, 7 foot 1 McCormick-Deering Tractor Disc, ten foot I Iron Wheel Wagon 1 Two Section Harrow I Riding Cultivator I Bob Sled 2 Hay Racks 1 Lister 1 Engate Seeder 1 Drag Saw Outfit 1 Tank Heater 2 Sets of Harness 1 Stock Saddle ~ Barrel of Roof Cover Other Miscellaneous Items Too Numer- ous to Mention JOHN D. WHITIES, Owner TERMS: CASH OR SEE YOUR BANKER BEFORE SALE SAM EWING, Auctioneer SUNDANCE BANK, Clerk