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Mathwig, Rancher, at Spearfish Mathwig, onetime Mos- and a longtime rest- Spearfish Valley, died at Sunday morning after a He had been ill a heart attack Jan. Would have ben 90 May 3. services were held Wed- from the McColley Funeral With the Elder E. J. Meid- Burial was in cemetery at Spearfish. ranched in the Moskee 12 years and at the time he still owned a ranch Was born in Green Bay, Wisc. 3, 1866 and came to the when he was 17. He to Sophia Rebbe in on June 27, 1893. as preceded in death by who died in 1951; a Jessie, who died in in- . and two sons - William, who 1936, and Jay, who died include one daughter, Bell; one sister, Mrs. Rodney, Mich.; eight including Jay L. and William J. Mathwig, D.; and Mrs. Lona Corsi, :Y; a nephew, Willard Alzada, Mont.; a niece, Busse Stillwell, Date, S. a brother-in-law, Henry L. St., Spearfish [lq (May 3) Mrs. Bob Hutchinson's mother, Mrs. Anna Lindstrom, is much improved in her health. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hutchinson, Butter- fields, Sagers, Heetlands and Queens were among the people at the Odd Fellows dance on Saturday night. Loretta Robinson stayed with Mike and Drew Hutchinson. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Fruit spent Saturday night at the John Whalen home and attended the Weaver- ettes 4-H Club meeting. They were Sunday dinner guests at the Charles and Frankie Pearson home. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Pearson were visitors at the Pearson home dur- ing the afternoon. The Henry Pickerd family spent last Sunday evening at the Kay Dungey home. Howard Robinson was a visitor'on Monday afternoon and Mr. and Mrs. Antone Kotek were visitors Thursday evening. The children, teachers and most of the parents of the Eothan and Aladdin schools attended the Rural School Achievement Day in Sun- dance. Grace Whalen and Sherry Dungey entered the spelling con- test. Irma Dungey also attended as much of the 4-H Council meet- ing as she could. Mrs. Charles Pearson visited Rose and Francis Farrell on Satur- day. Flora and Claudette Miller, Dorothy, Margaret and Claudice Pearson and Mary Ellen Ellsbury and Jerry Crago attended the 4-H meeting in Sundance that day. Claudette and Margaret got their driving permits that day also. Gus Johnson, Nisland visited at the Oscar Lakso home on Thurs- day. Mrs. Herman Krueger and daughters were also visitors. The Leonard Viergets family were Sun- day dinner guests, f Mr. and Mrs. Nels Pearson, Mr. I and Mrs. Kenneth McGillivray and ner guests of the Millers on Sun- day. Bobby Miller spent Sunday and Sunday night with Charles Pearson. The Kay Dungey family and Elizabeth Whalen went to Wagners Wednesday evening to practice their songs for Parents' Program. Mrs. Brown was a supper guest at tbe Whalen home on Monday night. John Pearson was a caller Tuesday afternoon. Flora Miller and Bud and Hazel Voss called at the Whalen home Friday morning. : In the afternoon Mildred and Peggy Wagner were callers. Jim Lim- erick, Margaret Bailey and Serola Plattner were at the Whalen home Saturday evening. Claudice, Frank and Charles Pearson and Dan and Dale Voss were in Sundance Wednesday eve- ning. Frank and the boys attend- ed the 4-H tractor meeting. Claud- ice visited Rose and Francis Far- rell, Mrs. Francis He[de and Bon- nie Everling. Goes on Leave The Sheridan Navy Recruiting office will take charge of recruit- ing activities in this area from May 4 to May 21 while the local Navy recruiter for this area is on leave. Persons desiring to contact a Navy representative should be at the Sundance post office at 11:30 on Tuesday or Friday. (May 3) Wednesday eve-Jean were last Sunday evening Card Club Notes Leo Crago home. On visitors at the Bud Voss home. Mrs. Annabelle Hamilton was Leo, Olive and Lonny Dan had spent the after- hostess last Thursday evening to attended the Parent- noon with the Voss boys. Bud the card club at the home of Mrs. l Voss was at the Herman Krueger Bernard Schuricht. Three tables was a caller at the home on Wednesday evening, of 500 were enjoyed during the ranch on Monday. On Mr. and Mrs. Gust Wolff took evening with high score being won d and Katherine Sager Olga Nickelson, Elizabeth He[de by Mrs. Carol Brosa, low by Mrs. Heetland brother's and K ........ and Claudice Pearson to the Hobby Dorothy Twiford, and traveling by tn~an~ nme~laa~ala~ Show in Newell on Thursday af- Mrs. Inez Noonan. At the close s ..... " lvll. . .!g" ternoon. On the way home they Of the games the hostess served upper guesus at the on ~t - . stopped at the hot water well. Mr. refreshments. -- uraay evening ~,~._ .~'~.. ." and Mrs. Wolff had supper at the Thursday morning Mrs. Johnny onU~n ~ager were m Nickelson home. Schlattman accompanied by Mrs. xcmy. Tne ~ager e Sunday dinner m:ests The Verle Wagner family, Mr. Cy Russell and Mrs. Elmore Kim- Hutc -Z ^--t-.-NL -- and Mrs Ashland, Mr and Mrs sey left for Casper, where Mrs. h,muu ~u~:. -" " Russell, Grand Chief of Pythian 0 parents and children Harum, Newell, were droner guests the Weaverettes 4-H at the Ralph Nickelson ranch on Sisters, made her official visit at the Verle Wagner lSunday" to the Casper Temple that eve- le Program was put on[ Mrs. Larry Ross went to Rapid ning. Mrs. Schlattman also attend- ~nts. , . [City on Sunday for the Founder's ed the meeting and Mrs. Kimsey t Mrs Charles Pearson lDay for the Beta Sigma Phi. visited her daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Kirby. All the ladies were over- ie Pearson were in Belle[ Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller and night guests at the home of Mrs. n TUesday. Mrs. Pear-]sons spent Monday evening at the Kirby. They returned home Fri- ~er eyes examined. [Dicky Miller home near Spearfish. day evening. Mrs. Leo Wilson, Belle[ The Wagner family visited the Tex Davis and son, Tommy, were and Mr. and Mrs. CharlielMillers on Tuesday evening. Jesse Sunday callers at the Orville Jones children, Lead, were[Janes had supper with Millers home near Oshoto. I of the Steve Geis IWednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Bender, who has been SUnday. ~Cal Wheeler and Bobby were din- working for the Mountain States Telephone Co. and has lived in Moorcroft since early March, re- ceived the sad news Sunday morn- ing his brother had been killed in a car wreck in Powell. Lynn left immediately to be with his parents who live at Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hahn, who have been living in Nebraska the past several years returned last week to their home at Oshoto. They tell us they enjoyed their stay in Nebraska but are glad to get back home again. Mrs. Hahn is Elmo Wesley's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Voy Cox accompan- ied by Mrs. Gene Cox and children were visitors in Sheridan over the weekend. Roger Roberson and family and Bill Bennett, who have been in Moorcroft since the first of March working for the Mountain States Telephone Co., left last weekend for worland; they were transferred. The rest of the crew will remain here for a few weeks finishing up the work. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Helm returned home Monday evening after spend- ing the winter in Hawthorne, Calif. where they have property. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart were Monday visitors in Newcastle. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart and Mrs. Florence Noonan were Sun- day visitors at the Rex Stewart home near Rozet. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Epler and family moved this week into the J. J. Hauber home recently vacated by the Bob Cramer family, who moved to Sidney, Nebr. Mrs. Bill Thompson and children were shopping in town Tuesday. i: Another sale of the Northeastern Wyoming Hereford Association is com- ing up Monday, May 7. Again we're happy to welcome breeders, buyers and just plain spectat- ors to the spring sale. And, remember - when you feel in the mood for good food, come in and see us. We serve the finest of food - from short orders to full-course dinners. k I'lorl Ca Mrs. Freid Brimmer Ph. 3-1283 Sundanee, Wyo. Ge . Top Quality Work Done in our complete We offer best wishes to the members of the Northeastern Wyoming Hereford Associatiori upon the occasion of their spring sale. Serving Crook, Campbell and Weston Counties Offices: Sundance, Wyo. 52 Spearfish, S. D.