Newspaper Archive of
The Sundance Times
Sundance, Wyoming
May 23, 1957     The Sundance Times
PAGE 17     (17 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 17     (17 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
May 23, 1957

Newspaper Archive of The Sundance Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2021. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

Lunch - Each person should bring their own picnic lunch, un- less their club has made other arrangements. Piano - There will be one avail- " able if a few husky volunteers show up at 9:30 to help move it to the area. 4~H Judging Place - Bud Voss picnic grounds. Grasshopper Spraying Date - May 29, Rain or shine. are safe in signing up for Lunch at noon. Judging after- if there is a question as wards with Ken Faulkner in grasshoppers are thick charge. Bring a picnic lunch. The government will not Deer burgers and refreshments Ying unless there are 5-7 will be provided. ers per square yard. Crickets . Sheridan Judging )rs will be able to get May 31 - June 1. I hope several (probably bait)for small from the prospective State Fair ich they may be able to judging team can attend. We can evaselves after an official take five livestock judges or more a shows a need. If you if someone can dig up another car. ;a?all spot you would like 01 let a member of the Houston Creek Per committee know or !Extension Office. (May 23) arieties m -: ~istance to com on stratus Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chatfield ~ght you might try Kenne- were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ewing at Rozet on +aerokee potato varieties. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Morris ~aised in North and South ,ut apparently not in Wyo- and daughter Patsy from Buffalo met them there for a visit. Patsy accompanied her grandparents ior Leader Comp home to spend the summer vaca- ted not be a Junior Lead- tion. Mr. and Mrs. Chatfield ac- end the June 4-8 Camp at companied Miss Ruth Frolander but must be 15 as of Jan. to Hulett to a Farm Bureau meet- and have definite leader- ing Saturday evening. asibilities. Exceptions to Callers and visitors at the Rich- [bait above are public ard Snider home during the week tad sheep shearing con- were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Chapman ho must be 14 as of Jan. and children, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Snider of Upton, Jack Boos of Gil- ~ne complies with the lette, George Lake of Denver, Har- alifications and would old Castor of Moorcroft and Mr. to camp, please inform and Mrs. Roger Snider. Mr. and Extension office in the Mrs. Snider and Harold Chapman lays if you haven't done were transacting business in Gil- lette Saturday. The Snider family Sunday were in Rapid City Tuesday. worthwhile organS- Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Chatfield left takes time to recog- Monday for Independence, Mo. to of man. attend the funeral of Mrs. Chat- Scout movement sums field's sister, Mrs. Tiffany. They Words "a Boy Scout is are expected home the latter part a thought which every- of the week. [ bear in mind. So, too, raeraber should be rever- Wilford Kennedy, Roy Kiser, Ray Potter and Ray Osgard helped ide a period of wor- Wyman Bushnell with branding On Rm'al Life one day during the week. the clubs combine to Art Schelldorf and hired man and Mike Lindsey helped Harold a.m., rain or shine.Schelldorf with branding Friday. Tower ? near the Cheyrl Chatfield, Patsy Morris, Eddie and Nancy Chatfield called There will be free ad- on Mrs. John Schelldorf one after- to the monument for this noOn during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Buck Graham and You may also or- + der y o u r fresh _ flowers for Mere orial Day through US. Sundance, Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Snook were Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mattox drove Dick Proctor, Wilford Collins supper guests at the Charles Chat. to Aladdin Sunday to visit at the and Alvin Pepper and sons Rodney field home during the week. Gale home of Mrs. Bertha Wilson. Mrs. and Kevin attended Armed Forces Ludwig was an afternoon caller. Lena Simmons, who had been a Day in Rapid City Saturday. The Chatfield family were in guest the past two weeks at the Mr. and Mrs. John Quint attend- Spearfish Saturday. Wilson home, returnedto town ed church in Newcastle Sunday Mr. and Mrs..Wilford Kennedy with the Mattoxes. and visited with Mr. and Mrs. were Sunday visitors at the home Mr. and Mrs. George Richards Harry Hats and got acquainted of the White brothers near the were expected home this week with the Hats' new baby daughter. Tower. The Houston Creek school from Rochester where they went Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rayburne taught by Mrs. Kennedy will come on the llth for Mrs. Richards' of Spearfish were brief callers Fri- to a close on Friday. checkup at Mayos' Clinic. day at the Cecil Crago home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Engelhaupt and children were Friday supper ~ guests at the Reuben ttindman - ! b home. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Weg-/ PUBLIC AUCTI0~ : her and children left Friday morn- L ing to return to their home in F 4 Butte, Mont. "~ Due to ill health, I will sell at public auction at the place +~ Mrs. Ray Osgard accompanied by 4/ miles northwest of ,Ilulett on Hulett-NeW Haven gravel road t, Charlie Carson and daughter, Cora, t noon.Were in Spearfish Saturday after- ~ TUESDAYf JUNE 4 + Mr and Mrs Sam Rice and Bob . Sale to start at 11 a.m. Free LUH (Bring Cups) 'j were in Belle Fourche during the ) [ past week. They were callers at ~ LIVESTOCK ( the Cal Werre home one day. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cundy visited at the Rice home Saturday evening. ( 60 Hereford Cattle 60 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cummings ! were in town one day during ti)e {" 20 young cows with calves at side, 11 cows to calve, 6 dry Ik | cows, one bull, 2 Guernsey milk cows. Above cattle are good df week. Snow that laid on tl~e { qualit}, Herefords. Team; RegiStred livestock brand and1[ ground was reported Tuesday., ~ irons; 2 saddle horses. ( r MACHINERY Pe sonal Items HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE Mr. and Mrs. Tom Graham and ~ . Terms: Cash i family drove to Rochford, S. D. Sunday to visit Mr. Graham's sis- 5 RANCH FOR LEASE ter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brewer of Huron, who were, LAWRENCE "? " guests atthehomeofMr. Graham's ~ J A Owner aunt, Mrs. Mary Hendrickson. I Monday dinner guests at the ~ R.A. (Dick)Mader, Gillette, Auctioneer Leigh Haptonstall home were Mr. Mundane State Bank, Clerk and Mrs. Erett Haptonstall and Sammy of Carlile. farm and water at WITH DIESEL TRACTORS ... Stop surface water from rampaging down the hills . . . digging gullies . . . washing off' the top soil! How? Easy when you have a Caterpillar Diesel Tractor with integral Cat Tool Bar sub- softer! Make the water soak in by storing water in the subsoil! Use that same Cat Diesel Tractor and Tool Bar equipped with Bulldozer to build gully plugs... terraces. Store runoff by building stock ponds. And what's more, you'll plow, disk, harrow, harvest easier, faster, better then ever before when you've a Caterpillar Diesel Tractor. That's because you'll pull twice as big loads--accomplish 60% more than you can with wheel tractors of similar horsepower. Every day you spend on the job, you'll accomplish far more on 60% to 80% less fuel bill. Many average farmers save $300 to $400 yearly on their fuel bill. Make tracks for our sales-serv- ice center. We'll gladly demonstrate a Caterpillar Diesel Tractor on your farm .. in your toughest soil.., with you at the controls! machinery co. Your CATER i I I I 4 I CHEYENNE CAliPER SHERIDAN NSWCA STI.II RIVIIRTON ROCK SPRINOII PILLAR Dealer m m~mm~mq Send me free Ht~aturv on Cat Tool B~ Farming-- t I "Farming tim 3 Dinmmdou'" I farm ._~__. ae~wk I hv them ta+to. 17 Chdw.k Im~ if you aze mtud4mt. Addre~ ..... imm||i|i|||i|i|IImIIllIIl I I + il I'