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May 31, 1956

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district. AGO he lost over a year ago in July on high school and 8th grade com- locations for 12 air- Sand Creek was returned to him mencement exercises in Hulett and county to be used by Bert Hedstrom. The watch was Sundance Thursday and Friday the 1951 grass- found lying in the grass on the evenings. ,_ program were dis- creek bank and was not damaged Clyde Olson departed Saturday meeting of the county at all. When it was wound, it rol committee and started right off. in Sundance Mow With almost a total lack of pre. cipitation during the past month, .Gray of Moorcroft has and with millions of grasshoppers technician of the and hordes of Mormon Crickets in- Buffalo Belle Soil festing a large section of this coun- ty, farmers and ranchers in this county are facing a critical situa-: with an area see- is sixth in the pro- cattle by counties in and fourth in assessed report from the State BOard of Equalization of a new Methodist $20,- Proposed for Sundance B. Clayton and trustees. Forest Service road the 25 miles Bear Lodge from the Oscar Nieison Creek will be SUmmer, curves will out and 50 new who is a flying Ice of Spearfish, solo flight the month in a Piper It sure can rain in last week almost and then turned cold. of the wild fruit tion. With the Republican quoting Jefferson and the Democrats quot- ing Lincoln, you have to admit that this is a topsy-turvey world. Alva --- The new schoolhouse is nearing completion. The outside is being painted this week and when the interior woodwork is done it will be ready for occupancy. Seely --- Lyle Brimmer and Tom Durham of Hulett repaired the bridge near the Bay ranch on the 19th. A heavily loaded truck had broken through while crossing it hut fortunately no one was injured. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kipp and daughter Ginger returned to their home in Aurora, Colo. Sunday. Mrs. Kipp and Ginger had spent the past week visitin~ in Sundance with friends and relatives. Miss Ruth Taylor of Sheridan arrived Sunday to visit for a short time at the home of her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Tay- lor. s~ ~:~ I Mr and Mrs 50hn Rogers of on of Mr. and ". " . ran~k ........ ~I Caulheld, Mo. who have visited and br'k~h~'~t W~the past two weeks in and around o e is arm pla]ny g. He wasl Sundance,. left. Monday. for their ~r who set the brok- home in Missouri. Edsel Rogers and Tommy was up,and Mrs. Paul Meyers are the Rog- Same day. j ers' son and daughter. ~ARS AGO Mrs. George Petersen and Mrs. Orville Lincoln and Delores were are not complete, the drive for Cook will reach the or better this week. is in the bank now $100 promised Commercial Club week. g trout, 35,- Friday shoppers in Spearfish and Deadwood. They also visited Henry Lincoln who is a patient at St. Joseph's hospital in Deadwood. Mrs. John Taylor was a Monday business caller in Deadwood. On Tuesday Mrs. Taylor m0tored to Spearfish where she kept a dental appointmenL 2-Years-Old are from the Otis and Lee Wright herd. They are not too fat to go mediately. Jo J-F Polled Herefords for Minnesota for a brief visit with relatives. The Tower Divide and Sunny Divide schools held a joint picnic near Hulett Sunday with parents and friends attending. A picnic lunch was enjoyed at no~n. Fish- ing, softball and horse shoe games furnished recreation. Mr. and Mrs. Chesney Rathbun and Jennie Lea visited relatives in Gillette Monday evening and Tues- day. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hutchins, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Habeck and David, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oudin, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rathbun and Melody were Tuesday evening guests of the Hal 0udins. (May 31) Hal Oudin, Chesney add Roger Rathhun helped with branding at Ken Hutchins Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Oudin were Sundance shoppers Wednesday. Mrs. Walter Nicholson visited her family near Aladdin Wednes- day. Fred Oudin moved his "cat" to the Gardner place and is building a reservoir for Chesney Rathhun. Mrs. Roger Rathbun and Jennie Lea Rathbun attended Rebekah lodge in Sundance Thursday eve- ning. Walter Nicholson is having a --how much more performance a John Deere will give you on any tractor job. ---how the many 'way.ahead eatures of a John Deere will save you time and money every step d the way. IN Hulett, Wyo. eer/astiug lYeaut!/ IIEGI$TIERED with an INTERLOCKING RING SET DIAMOND Secretty but firndy _locked in p|ocn, Starfire Diamond Rings reveal the rodlant beauty of lovely, larger dia- monds . . . exquisite styllngs. NATIONALLY ADVERTISED OPEN YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT---TODAY $100 Wedding Ring $50 "Home of Beautiful Gifts" Spearfish, S. D. --how a John Deere Power Steering Tractor will take you through a long day in the field and bring you home feeling less tired than will any other tractor you could own. You name the date, time, and job.., tell us the model you want demonstrated and we'll be there. Ph. 8-140 ; CO. Sundanee, Wyo.