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Beulah (Last Week) Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mathews re- turned from Kelso, Washington Monday evening. They went out tO take Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Rich- ards whose daughter passed away April 10th. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Gene Richards who llve at Clatskania, Washington. Bob Hums from near Sundance was a Beulah and Belle Fourche visitor last Tuesday. Mr. Ismael did some painting 'for Walter Mathews this week. Mrs. Frank Tauck was a Spear- fish visitor last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Erve Richards visited at the Bert Mathews home Tuesday. Mrs. Minnie Island entertained the Redwater Homemakers club last Wednesday. Several members were present and everyone en- Joyd the afternoon. Mrs. E. H. Relnecke and Gerrie called on Myrtle Mathews Wed- nesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blakeman sons, and Donald Blakeman were brief visitors at the Gerald Blake- man home Wednesday evening. Myrtle Mathews was a supper guest at the Gerald Blakeman ~ome Wednesday evening. The 4-H club met at Marlene .Mills home Wednesday evening at 8p.m. Gerald Blakeman plowed sever- al gardens in Beulah this week. :He used Frank Taucks Ford tree- trchas. Guldinger is recovering from his recent illness. Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Ripley were Beulah callers Thursday. Mrs. Larkln Cleveland called on Mrs. Frank Tauck Thursday after- noon. Anna Guidinger was a Spear- fish visitor Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hogansen from Los Angeles, Calif. spent several days visiting their cousins Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Island. They went to Rapid City Thursday to see the Freedom Train which they succeeded in doing by wait- ing in line 4 hours. Mrs. Claude Prathero went to Deadwood this week to have X- rays taken. * Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blakeman and Mrs. Minnie Island attended the polio demonstration Saturday and Sunday and also took the course. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cochran were Beulah visitors Saturday. They i~lan to :~move into the Mable ~Iathews house for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Island and family and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Hoganson were ~unday dinner guests at the Frank Tauck home. Miss Myrtle Mathews and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mathews were Dead- wood visitors Saturday. (This Week) We have been having some rain in this vicinity which is greatly appreciated. Several attended Bible Study at the Beulah school house Wed- nesday evening. Mrs. Frank Blakeman and Mrs. Gerald Blakeman and son were Spearfish visitors Friday. Miss Myrtle Mathews moved to her ranch near Tinton, Saturday. Mr. and M~s. Albert Carlstrom have moved into her home here in Beulah. Mr. Carlstrom will be employed ,by Emerald Reinecke. May 1st ,being first day of fish- ing season the stream was tined with fishermen both Saturday and Sunday. Charles Gutdinger was the ill, st one in with his limit of speckled' beauties. The people of this community were saddened and shocked to hear of the accident and death of Charles S~helldorf. They extend their sympathy to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Schelldorf. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Mills Jr. of Lead spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Royal Mills St. Mrs. :Louise Summers spent the weekend in Beulah. She attended the funeral of Jesse Browder who was killed on the Normandy beachhead. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schloredt returned home from Grass Valley. Calif. where they have lived for the past six months, Mr. $;chloredt plans to take a job with the Homestake Mining Co. at Lead. Mr. Robert Blake returned to Beulah last Friday from Hermosa Beach, Calif. where he has visited with his sister the past five months. Guests of Ann Guidinger Sun- Glay were Mr. and Mrs. John Guidinger, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ouidlnger. Mr. and Mrs, Chet Guidtn, ger andson Johnny, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gru~b, Mr. and Mrs, Win, Mauch, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mauch. Mrs. Louise ~um- mers and Donald Guidinger. In the afternoon Mrs. Creta Lincoln and Mrs. Orville Lincoln and daughter8 Beverly and Shirley called. The Veterans of Foreign Wars from the Sundance Post are to be congratulated on the beautiful and impressive service they con- ducted for the late Jesse E, Brow- der whose body was returned here from Overseas for burial in the Beulah cemetery. Religious ser- vices were held in the Methodist church at Spearfish. S. Dak. --X " Houston Creek Mr. and Mrs. Uel Compton and children of Gillette visited Mrs. Compton's sister. Mrs. Ed Wells and family the fore part of the week. The three oldest children. Bert. Bob aud Sue Compton re- malned for a longer visit at the Wells home. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rice and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph De- Jarliss and children visited at the Elsie IAttlefield home near Spearfish Frida3. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chatfield. Eva June Chatfield and Mercedes Ewing were Sunday afternoon calle,'s in the Carllle community. Jim Bowers and Bill Bushnell were in Rapid City Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cummings and daughters were in town dur- ing the past week. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ~has. Chatfield was in the hospital for a short time during the past week. She is again at home. Mrs Vera McCormick and Mrs. Larry Gerwig of San Diego, Calif. have.been with their mother, Mrs. John Schelldorf, brother, Haold and other relatives during the past week. Mrs. Arthur Glenn, granddaughter of Mrs. Schelldorf and her small daughter of Powell. Wyoming were also there for a brief stay. Mrs. Ed Wells and baby spent Sunday at the Ray Woods home. Ed Wells and J. P. Woods attend- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wells and ba- by, Mr. and Mrs. Uel Compton and children of Gillette were Sunday night supper guests at the Retlben Hindman home. Mrs. Elsie Littlefield, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Littlefield and daugh- ter Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hawkins and Vicki of Spokane, Washing- ton knd R. C. Miller of Spearfish visited with Mrs. Mamie East in town and with the Rice and De- Jarliss families Wednesday eve- ning. Mrs. Ed Sanford accompanied Mrs. Mamie East to Moorcroft one day recently. Ralph DeJarliss and family en- joyed a visit from the former's father of Scotts Bluff, Nebraska recently. Mrs. Dudrey recently finished the Houston Creek school term. She took the children to town for lunch and a show one evening. Mr and Mrs. Hulett Wood and daughter who live on the Fro- lander ranch were in town the latter part of the wek. Mr. and Mrs. E. B, Chatfield were Tuesday supper guests of Mrs. Alma Colquhoun after which they attended the party at the Legion hall in honor of the Senior Class. Kelth and Francis Grul~b have moved back to their ranch after spendtntg the wintbr at the Wolf- skill ranch in Barlow canyon, Fritz Chatfield attended the Jesse Browder funeral services Sunday. Jim Bowers, Francis Grubb Mrs. Sam Rice and Bobby were callers at the Chatfield home dur- ing the past week. Mrs. Jesse Janes was in Dead- wood Friday. She was accompanied by Mrs. Alfred Mauch and Mrs. Ralph Partlow. Jesse Janes was a Sundance visitor Monday. X MINUTES OF A MEETING 0F ed the funeral services for Jesse THE COUNCIL OF THE TOWN Browder at Spearfish. OF THE CITY OF SUNDANCE, Jim Bowers spent Friday eve- ning at the Bushnell ranch. WYOMING Mrs. Reuben Hindman was an The Town Council met this day overnight visitor in town Thurs- in regular session, there being day of last week. present Mayor A. B. Durfee and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rice were Councilmen John Lindsey Amos Spearfish visitors Saturday. Ewing and Dwight Hart. ' Mrs. John Schelldorf and The minutes of the last regular daughters, Mrs. Vera McCormick ] meeting were read and~ approved. and Mrs. Larry Gerwig and Har-] City report showing collection old Schelldorf attended the 4-Hlof $357.25 for water. $10 for dog club church services Sunday. [licenses, $36 for cemetery, $2000 Mr .and Mrs. Ed Wells and ~ for liquor licenses, $5.45 for fines, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hindman[$15 pasture lease and $3 for were in Sturgts Wednesday of]building permits was read and last wek. I accepted. Mercedes Ewing spent the week[ The following bills were allow- end at t,he E. B. Chatfield home. [ ed and ordered paid: The Paul Cummings ,familylKnapp and Spencer Co., | copper fittings .................. $ '12.30 ~lat~e been having a se[ge of the t Times Publishing Co., SERVICE Your car is completely, dependably and promptly serviced by expert personnel. SAVINGS Costly repairs are avoided by using the products best designed for service. SATISFACTION Reliable car performance day after day through our quality products. PHILLIPS "66" SERVICE STATION R. L. Vines Printing ............................... 24.90 [ THE SUNDANCE Tri County Electric, street I Sundance, Wyo. b lights ........................................ 75.00] ..... Mona Short Line Tel. Co., I to build a pump house tolls . .. 1.45 Sidney Harve'y~ Poiice"J'us: ton tO move and tics costs ................................. 4.45 F. M. ~Sisson, l~bor ............. 13,2.00 Ray's Care, meals for pris- oner ............................................... 2.19 Sundance Blacksmith Shop labor . ............................................ 4.50 Ward Cure, Marshall sal- ary ................................................ 175.00 Frank A. Warner, Night Marshall salary and ar- rest ................................................ 151.00 Otis Reynolds, City Attor- ney salary .............................. 10.00 Marion Thompson, City Clerk salary .......................... 25.00 Leslie Hooper labor on water . ......................................... 50.00 C. D. Roberts, Hdw. sup- plies ............................................. 73.03 Rent for fire truck ...... 60.00 Andy Williamson, labor on streets ................................. 849.75 Sta~e Treasurer, Workmen compensation ....................... 5.71 It was moved, seconded and carried to repair the fence and put in a car gate at the entrance to Mr. Moriah cemetery. Comes now Cecil Mattox and offered $20 for one year rent on the City pound pasture and agreed to fix a fence around the water pipe. It was moved, seconded and carried to accept this offer. It was moved, seconded and carried to order 4600 feet of Transits pipe for improvement of the City Water .System. The following building permits were allowed: Frank A Warner It was moved, ried to revise the and put the following effect, imrdediatelY: Lots---$ t 0 each Burial in Green etery $15 per grave. Burial in Mt. Morlah: $20 per grave. No further business council adjourned, A. B. f ffARION THOMPSON, City Clerk NOTICE TO ~state of Annie Deceased. Notice is hereby Letters of A{ been granted to the uI in the above estate. sons having claims decedent or said estate required to ffIe them sary vouchers for the office of Clerk of Crook County, at sundal ruing, or exhibit them sary vouchers to this tor at office of his James T. McGuckin, Wyoming, on or before from date of this notic~ will be forever barred. Sundance, Wyoming, EMILE James T. McGuckin, Att May 6-13-20 DUCHENE MONUMENT CO. JUST ARRIVED LARGEST SHIPMENT OF FINEST IONUN ENTS AND MARKERS IN STATE AREA. NOW ON DISPLAY. YOUR MENT DEALER FOR OVER 40 YEARS. 3IANSHIP UNSURPASSED. Call or Write Today. Deadwood Granite & Marble Deadwood, S. Dak. Estab. 1904 A. L. 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