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May 23, 1957

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RIIIISSIAN nLNAP WBB!II :ENTAU~EA PlCRI$ Thursdayl Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hayworth were Monday evening visitors at Minnieh's. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thorn honored Lorey Anderson with a birthday dinner Wednesday evening. Others to attend were Mildred, Donald and Shirley Anderson, Mike and John Thorn. The County Patrol, operated by John Whities did seine repair work on the county road last week. This community extends sym- pathy to the Werre family in their time of sorrow. Mrs. Ken Hutchins, Crystal Rathbun and PeNny transacted business in Sundance Friday af- ternoon. Mrs. Phillis Habeck, Mrs. Leora Myers and June were business and social visitors in Spearfish Satur- day, as were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thorn, Mike and Johnnie. Lloyd Anderson and grandmoth- er, Mrs. Knapp, of Brookings, Ore. arrived at the Anderson home Friday evening, for a visit with relatives. Jennie Lea Rathbun spent the weekend at the ranch with her parents. Mrs. Lorey Anderson, Shirley and Mrs. Knapp were in Sundanee Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hutchins and Chesney Rathbun were in Belle Fourche Monday. "Mrs. Marie Minnieh, Mrs. Lucy Minnich were business visitors in KNAPWEED rod. Or sodium chlorate 4-6 Sundanee Thursday. Weeds pounds per square rod. Both are Tl~e Chesney and Roger Ruth- soil sterilants, buns were guests at the Cummings erect 1 to 3 feet 3. 2,4-D in 2 applications each ranch Sunday. The men folk help- branches bear- year for two or more years. 1st ed with branding. like flower 3-8 application before bud formation, Friends of Crystal Rathbun willL diameter ranging 6 pounds per acre. (Mid-June). be glad to hear she is now at her to white. 2nd application 60 days later (6 home, following recuperation at and leaves have a dis- pounds per acre), her parent's home from recent ~r taste, and the roots 4. Heavy rates of 2,4-D early in surgery. .~ or black, woody spring. 80 pounds of active mater- (May 16) 5ich are definite ways ial (acid equivalent) per acre or t8 the plant. Upper ~ pound per square rod has giv- Guy Olson and Chesney Rathhun ball, narrow with un-en 'complete eradication in one attended the Buffalo Belle Soil ~. Lower leaves are year in tests. 2,4-D at 100 pounds Conservation meeting in Mooreroft all-green and deeply per acre will stunt but not kill Monday. 0Sembling dandelion grasses. Several families from this vicin- ity went to the senior play Tuesday evening in Sundanee. out alfalfa and ill Miller Creek Mr and Mrs. Forrest Olson and boys and Clyde Olson spent Tues- '~ rapidly in cultivated (May 23) day evening at the Herb Minnich Mrs. Lucy Minnich of Casper home. LzAt~.a_ alone. Requires visited relatives in Moorcroft May Hr. and Mrs. Jerry Carr trans- i~t~ns the first year, 12 and is spending two weeks at acted business in Spearfish Friday. Year to eradicate a the ranch visiting Herb, Marie and Cora Smith returned home Sat- Donna. urday from Seattle, Wash. where 30 Pounds per square Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Olson and she was called by the serious ill- ~,~ ~-. ~ Darrel and Clyde Olson transacted ness of her sister. We are sorry to business in Rapid City Tuesday. hear that her sister, Mrs. Gertrude 44]L OltDER Bill Habeck and Walter Vore Foster, passed away and extend ~CRII'TIONS were business visitors in Belle deepest sympathy to the bereaved Fourche and Sturgis Wednesday. families. ,O I{]E]~ILLS Paul Myers helped Bill Habeck Mr. and Mrs. Paul Myers and .I~ the Postage shear sheep during last week. family visited Mr. and Mrs. Ross Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cart were Scott in Spearfish Sunday. & SEWELRY businessvisitors in Sundance Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carl'-and of l~eautiful Gifts" S,D. family spent Sunday with his par-THE SUNDANCE TIMES ents the Jerry Carrs. Sundance, Wyo. May 23, 1957 Mr. and Mrs. Ned Lanning and er in the afternoon. Linda and Mrs. Lanning's sister Mr. and Mrs. Penn Smith and visited Sunday at the Bill Habeck Geraldine Joy were Sunday guests home. Tuff Vore was also a call- at the Hal Oudin home. W. F. Newland Establisi~ed 1885 James I. Newland, Founder Manager i GOOD CATTLE REASONABLY PRICED NEWLAND & SON COLONY, WYOMING ========================== ~HHH|HH |IiH|iHH H H| H| l i H ! H ! ! ! g H _ i E I ' ' I : begins with us i Custom-Made Havoline before you go travelling. | 2. You can get Havoline at Texaco Dealers in all ~8 m m 8tat68. | 3. Havoline wear.prools your engine for longer life... | cleans as it lubricate#.., releasing lull power from every U drop of gasoline. Continually improved for over 50 years, testa prove it is the best motor ell your monsy can buy. B_ M.~ ~.../. ,., i ~.~P. o: 6 ":':"}Y~ "" >:' I I - Sunc .rice Texaco Service Ph. AT 3-218 Sundanee q Mattox, D~ Nose and 10 a.m.. 4 p.m. Mai~ Street S, D, Tender Hams Bacon ~iop to )SKY Co. ceasing 5, S. D. A. Jewett I'RIST he Office Hardware 7S0) Saturday hours a day seven days a week. I never use under cost specials that have to be made up on sometldng else. It must be a bargain or I don't buy unless ordered by - someone. This is passed on to the customers. You owe it to yourself to investigate. Ice cold soft drinks, ice cream, frozen foods, fresh fruit. The best in- spected meats. Fresh candled and graded eggs brought in and put in the cooler the next day after they are laid. Over 30 Kinds of fruit and vegetable bargains on my food chart where you can it any time. Case goods a specialty. -- . (' HESPE " Established in 1918 .. Carlile, Wyo.