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Sundance, Wyoming
May 6, 1954     The Sundance Times
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May 6, 1954

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THE SUNDANCE TIMES An Independent Newspaper Publ~ed ~ Th~sday by The Times l~hlish~g C~ The Times is a legal newspaper for all publl~tiol~ John E. Lindsey .... Owner-Publisher Howard Allen, News Editor, Advertising Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES $3.00 per year in Crook and adjoining counties; $3.50 per year elsewhere. Entered at the postoffice at Sundance, Wyoming, as second class matter under the act of March 3, 1879. Beulah Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Koehler showed Evangelistic pictures at the Ripley school house on Wednesday evening and were overnight visitors at the Frank Tauck home. The Koehlers have started a Sunday school at the Ripley school and it will meet on Sunday evening at 7:30. Everyone is cordially invited. Mrs. Frank Tauck has been quite ill with the flu the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Guidingcr were supper guests at the Bert Mathews home Friday evening. Mrs. R. E. Vore was taking the school census in this community last Monday. Little Johnnie Rogers has been quite ill with scarlet fever but is much improved. The Rogers are employed at the John Crago ranch. Robin Vore spent Monday night with Roger Blakeman. Miss Myrtle Mathews spent sev- ral days in Beulah this week cleaning her yard. She plans to move to her home at Tinton, S. D. soon. Royal Mills painted his house - DR... GoR N DORLAND Phone 480 Bella /~Oul~hO Dr. G. F. Zarbaugh EYE - EAR - NOSE THROAT Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted Broken Lenses Daplkated PHONE ~04 DEADWOOD, S. D. this week and also put in a sewer line. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mathews were Belle Fourche visitors Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. John Olson and Mrs. Shappell were supper guests at the Paris Giltner home on Tues- day evening. Roland Hallinger was a Beulah visitor and fisherman Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Follum and children and Mrs. Clifford Island and sons were visitors at the Frank Tauck home Saturday. Roy and the Island boys also went fish- ing. Billy Blakeman caught a 3 lb., 12 oz. trout Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Royal Mills, Mr.-and Mrs. Dea Baldwin from Lead and Jack Christensen were Sunday dinner guests at the Junior Mills home. Miss Anne Guidinger was hos- tess Sunday evening to Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Guidinger and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mathews at supper. Mrs. Donald Wendt and child- ren accompanied Mrs. Gera.16 Blakeman and Roger to Spearfish Saturday. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wendt from Spearfish visit- ed at the Donald Wendt home here. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Blakeman and Arthur Snyder were dinner guests Sunday at the Gerald Blake- man home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blakeman and sons were supper guests. It turned quite chilly here Sun- day evening. The thermometer went to 12 degrees above during the night. Billy Mathews spent 'Saturday night with his grandparents here and attended Sunday school Sun- day morning. The Gerald Blakeman family, W. H. Vore's and Mrs. Conrad Ells- bury and daughters attended Sun- day school at the Ripley school house Sunday evening. Friend: "Why in the world do you have such misspelled and un- grammatical signs in your front window?" Sharp Merchant: "People think I am a dunce and come in to swindle me. Trade is simply booming!" " et Top Quality Work Done in our complete Body .and Fender Shop Spearfish Motor Co. Phone Spearfish, S. D. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of Matthew T. Whalen, Deceased Notice is hereby given that let- ters of administration .have been granted to the undersigned admin- istrators by the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming in the above estate, and that all persons having claims against said estate are required to file them with the necessary vouchers in the office of the Clerk of the above named court or to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers on or before six months after May 6, 1954, the date of the first publication of this notice, to Otis Reynolds, attorney for the administrators at his office in Sundance, Wyoming, and if such claims are not so filed or exhibited they will be forever barred. Dated May 6, 1954. ' Elizabeth W. Hejde and John W. Whalen, Administrators. Otis Reynolds, Attorney May 6-13-20. ROCKI OII Mrs. Chas. Starr took the high school pupils to Gillette Monday morning. Several of the men farmed grain at the C. D. Jones ranch Monday. Mrs. Earl and Mrs. Stanley David- son visited Mrs. Jones that day. Charles Alexander and Mrs. Gertrude West left for Orchard, Nebraska Sunday. Mrs. West will i visit relatives and friends. Mr. Alexander will go to Korea where he will teach the coming year. Mrs. John Kuhbacher is teaching the Rockypoint school in Mr. Alex- ander's absence. Everyone was sorry to hear Mrs. Ruth Garst was in the hospital in Gillette. Mrs. Glenn Harrod is teaching in Mrs. Garst's place. Mrs. Edith Wood was sick and missed Monday and Tuesday of last week. Mrs. Bruce West has taken care of the R. P. post office the last week. Mr. and Mrs~ Ole Lee of Hulett delivered a cow to the Stanley Dav- idson place Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Stardey Davidson took their small son Keith to the dentist at Belle Fourche Tuesday. Donna Craft went home with Mrs. Wood Friday evening to at- tend the spelling contest in Sun- dance Saturday. Ray Craft is nearly done lamb- ing and reports a very good per- centage. The Lightning Flat 4-H Club met with the Crafts Saturday. A good attendance was had in spite of the storm. ' Bruce West hauled a load of freight for the store Friday and brought the high school pupils home for the weekend. Mrs. Anna Starr is visiting her sister in Nebraska for a while. Mr. and Mrs. Sundance, Wyo. visited at the C. D. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. and Keith were callerS Craft home Sunday Bruce West school pupils out Politician: "My boY would like a job in ment." Official: "What can Politician: Official: "That Then we won't have to George Hauber in." Sundance High School Annual for 1 Detach the coupon below, fill out and Sundance high school. I wish to subscribe to the 1954 "Bulldog'~ the Sundanee high school annual. INAME ................................................. ADDRESS ................................................. Enclosed please find $8.00, payment in full. . . : l .. . ,.,.., b A New Shipment of Lovely Formals Blues - Pinks - Whites Yellows $19.95 and. up Sizes 8- 16,7 - 15 Myrlee Dress Shop On the Corner Spearfish, S. ID.