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CONCENTRATE ON '58 was the theme of a recent Republican party meeting in Washington, D. C. attended by Mrs. Kathryn Meloney, left, Basin, who is national committeewoman for Wyoming and Mrs. Leona Jonson, Cheyenne, state committee co-chairman. They visit here with Congressman Keith Thomson in his office. Saturday to get her brother Allen, Minor in Nisland, S. D. Sunday. Janet Schloredt and Ronnie Carr Mr. and Mrs. John Binney drove who had spent the past week at to Newcastle Sunday to visit Mrs. the Episcopal Youth Camp at Binney's sister and husband, Mr. Ethete. and Mrs. Ray Ross. The Binneys Mrs. Sein Frederickson, who also visited Mrs. Sarah Darlington lives with Mrs. Georgie Dauglas of at the hospital there. Upton, was brought to the Black Mr. and Mrs. Jack Babcock and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Policky ar- Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dybwad and Father's Day supper rived Sunday afternoon for a visit family moved to Newcastle Tues- the Andrew Clark home at the Don Policky home. day where Dybwad, lineman for and Mrs. Leslie Jones, Mrs. Lee Schloredt, Janet and the TCEA has been stationed at Mrs. Milton Gray and Judy and Mrs. Harry Davis of the maintenance outpost. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Beulah were business callers in Saturday overnight guests at Barbara. Deadwood Monday. the I,loyd Cole home were Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Mrs. Charles Donaldson accom- Cole's sister, Mrs. Albert Smith to ttulett Tuesday of last punted by Mrs. Emory George, Mrs. and son Douglas and daughter and an extended visit with l/If. Stevcn Gets and Mrs. Ray Hejde, family, Mr. and Mrs. Bleney of mother, Mrs. Etta ButtS. Aladdin: Mrs. Tcx Olds of Moor- Lusk. Douglas Smith remained at Alvin Pepper spent croft and Mrs. Itarvey Davis of the Cole home to visit this week. Saturday in Sheridan on a Alva attended the Homemakers The Blcncys and Mrs. Smith also trip. convention in Laramie, Tuesday to visited Mrs. Cole's and Mrs. Smith's Friday. father, Lee tturtt in Spearfish, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Duca and Sunday. family were guests on Father's Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Itayward N. Ellis Day of Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Sisson and girls spent Sunday in New- M.D. of Moorcroft. castle visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Miss Helen Dudrey left May 30 Boulden and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Eye, Ear, Nose all| and is expected home July 8, from Hayward. Throat .. a trip to Washington and Calif0r- Mrs. Mimic McAnally, Mrs. Lena I Office Hours - 10 ajn. 41 nia where she visited her brother Sanford and David I-looper return- I and family Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dud- ed Thursday afternoon from a two 6531/2 Main street roy of Union Gap, Wash. and other week trip to California at,d Wash- Deadwood, S. l); relatives, ington. Mrs. George Kellogg, Andra and Chuck of Rapid City were gvests Examination Set ~e tiills left Monday morning for Tuesday to Thursday of her par- Washington to visit in Yakima and cuts, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Durfee. Elna with Mrs. Hill's sisters. TAT Mrs. Kellogg played in the ladies W For Postmaster Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wells of golf tournament held at the Sun- -- .. Hulett spent the weekend at the dance Country Club last week. b home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Montfort representing Jo atAladdin Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Elsie Woods of Burbank, Wells did some carpenter work on Calif. were guests Sunday and Man- Applications for an examination the Collins home. On Sunday, day of Mrs. Montfort's and Mrs. omen's Motor Co. for fourth class postmaster at the Mrs. Collins was hostess at a Woods' brother and family, Mr. Aladdin post office will be accept- Father's Day dinner. Evening call- and Mrs. Alton Dybwad. The Mont- Gillette, Wyoo ed until July 9, the United States ors were Mr. and Mrs. Norman forts and Mrs. Woods were enroute Civil Service Commission said this Collins and family of Hulett. to Cooperstown, N. D. to visit their NEW AND USED CARS AND T[ week. The job pays $1886. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vines and mother, Mrs. Karen Dybwad. Application forms must be filed family of Gillette were Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilson and with the Civil Service Commission, afternoon visitors at the home of family and Mr. and Mrs. Herb I have moved to Gillette fro Washington 25, D.C. and must be Mrs. Vines' sister and family, Mr. Fall and family of Newcastle were received or postmarked not later and Mrs. Tom Hooper. Sunday guests at the R. H. Fall Moorcroft because of the time 1o than the closing date. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schloredt and home. Information about the examina- girls were guests of Mrs. Fred Mr. and Mrs. Osa Humphrey had must spend there. My phone nun tion requirements may be obtained Schloredt al dinner at the Log Sunday dinner at the Eugene ber in Gillette is 400. I can be con" at the Aladdin post office. Cabin Sunday. All attended the Gerhart home. Applicants must actually reside movie in Spearfish in the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hart of tacted at the garage. within the territory supplied by and visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Osage called on Mrs. Ethel Hart the Aladdin post office and be at Davis in Beulah before returning Sunday while enroute home from I can make you a top notch deal on least 18. There is no maximum home that evening. Minnesota where they were called either a new or a used car or truck, age limit but persons who have Guests Saturday to Thursday of last Tuesday by the death of Mrs. passed the age of 70 may be con- Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Sisson and Hart's brother. GUARANTEED DELIVERY IN 30 sidered only for temporary renew- Mrs. Bessie Summers of Moorcroft able appointments of one year.were Mrs. Sisson's and Mrs. Sum- Sunday dinner guests at the DAYS ON ANY NEW FORD D1 mers' brother and wife, Mr. and ~Sidney Harvey home were Mr. and "------ ------ -- MrS.Kan. William Gardner of Republic, MrS.Mr. andJameSMrs.Kkesh'JamesSr'Kokesh,and family,jr., SIRED. . Pe ~o~ ml Items ~, and Mrs. Charles Kokesh and Belle Fourche; Mr. and Mrs. Dar- children visited Mr. Kokesh's sis- roll Potter, Klamath Falls, Ore. Nelda Vines drove to Gillette ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. and Mrs. Mick Potter of Tarring- ton. Sunday m o r n i n g breakfast guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Loren- zen were Mr. and Mrs. L. E. John- Gillette, Wyo. sonbaugh, Susan and Richard of Lusk, Wyo. Hills Rest Home Friday to stay family were Thursday evening din- during Mrs. Douglas' stay in New- nor guests at the Lester Waugh castle with her mother, Mrs. Sarah home. Darlington, who is in the hospital Bill Morris left Saturday for there. Sheridan to assist in building elk Mrs. George Richards aceompan- fences and other government work ted by Mrs. Margaret Oudin, Mrs. which will last for a week. Margaret Kiser and Mrs. Helen Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lundeen of Oudin drove to Newcastle Saturday Spearfish were houseguests Thurs. to visit Mrs. Margaret Oudin's day to Friday of their daughter granddaughter, Mrs. Arthur Bur- and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Mil- dick, and new baby at the hospital, ler. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crago and Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Haptonstall boys were guests at the Charles left Saturday morning for Laramie Rayburne home in Spearfish Sun- to visit their daughter and bus- day. band Mr. and Mrs. James Zinc. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hill of Fair- On Monday, the Haptonstalls drove field, In. were guests Friday to Monday of Mrs. Hill's aunt and to Casper to attend a locker con- uncle Mr. and Mrs. Tony Fort. vention and returned home that Mrs. Hill is the former Ola Koch. evening. 6 #dW/ General Insurance of All Kinds Ph. AT 3-1005 Sundance, Wyo. II = RODEO BY DAY Championship Contests Saddle Bucking Calf Roping Steer Wrestling Bull Riding Bulldogging Wild Horse Race TALENT Trick Riding Specialty Acts War Dances Bull Fighting Clowns Rioting Events Queen Contest I @ BELLE ARI I ?" BY NIGHT Variety Night S!1o 15 Feature Aet Acrobats Anhnai Acts Roping, Twirllef Clowns Trapeze Acts eo Starts 1:30 p.m.; Nig p.m.; Street es y 4 - 5 at 10 a.m. 8,000 shaded seats - Free parking at grounds" Carnival and concessions 2 ickets on Sale at. Hazledine Drugs, Spearfish, Chamber of Commerce, and Sturgis; Duhamel Store, Rapid City; and ltodeo Office in Belle FourC