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T'S NEW SUSAN Agent, to a warr~ agenda this is will ~aost comfort amount of cost of gas- Vacationers will use of further whose contribute to cool. evaporation is the body's heat when tempera- than that of of guard such as hu- air the amount radiation will hhigh high percent- in the air of mois- limits the temperatures humidity) moisture the skin's moving air heat trans- a Cooling as it air trapped of cloth- transfer object to a ~Onsequently, the sun or a body clothing to reject clothing gamto or very reflecting of ab- cotton, and wool, and excess skin to This wet, clam- when to the static cause skin or as cot- are Wool will percent moisture i ,'~et or clam- con- Ln man-made hot weather. Rayon is the one exception. Although a synthetic, it is actually more absorbant than cotton. Many synthetics are now being treated with special finishes to make them more absor- bant. Clothing containing both man-made and natural fibers will be more.absorbant and will, therefore, be cooler than 100 percent synthetic fibers. Air circulation allows for removal of body heat. Thin, lightweight, and open weave fabrics, such as voile and guaze, are much cooler than detain or sailcloth. Open weaves allow the passage of air through them and aid in faster evaporation of mois- ture which in turn cools the body. Open knit fabrics are cooler than double knits. Fabrics with la texture or loft surface trap air which acts as an insulator. For this reason, fabrics with a fiat, smooth surface, will be cooler. The design of clothing can add to the comfort in warm weather. Note the following suggestions: Bermuda shorts or cullot- tes will be cooler than long pants. An open neckline will allow more heat to escape than a tightly fitting neck- line. Garments that fit loosely at the waist are cooler because they do not trap heat. Water-repellent rainwear for summer is much cooler than waterproof rainwear, water-repellent finishes al- low the water to roll off, while the fabric still breathes. ...... For maximum comfort in hot weather, choose loose- fitting garments with large openings at the neck, arms, and legs. Heat will escape more freely through these openings. Layers of clothing do not provide the maximum in cooling efficiency for hot weather because each layer of fabric is surrounded by a thin layer of still air which serves as an insulator. Few- er layers of clothing will contributes to comfort in hot weather. Go-getter: a man whose wife calls from her meeting when she's ready to come home and it's storming outside. North Bearlodge Wilfreda Fowlkes June 20, 1979 Thursday the 7th Larry, Alvin, and Cameron Fowlkes were supper guests of Ruth and Doug Vostad of Belle Fourche. Friday the 8th Rose Riz- zuto, mother of Anita Fish, and her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Micek and their grandsons, Mike and Richard, all of Omaha, Nebraska arrived at the Jerry Fish home for a week's vaca- tion. Sunday morning the 10th Ruth Vostad and Larry Jan- sen both of Belle Fourche stopped by for coffee. Doug Vostad who was ill returned home with his mother. Among the local people and their company who at- tended the Hulett Rodeo at least one day were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fish and Mike, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Svoboda and Bob, Maryl Apland, Rose Rizzuto, Karen Dunbar and family, Eric Ericsson and two grandsons, Mr. and Mrs. Stan Micek and grandsons, Bill Pannell and boys, Clif- ford Fish and John Goertz. All of North Bear Lodge neighbors held a farewell potluck supper for Mr. and Mrs. Kay Driskill at the Driskill place Sunday eve- ning. The Driskills plan to reside in Sheridan temporar- ily while Kay does carpenter work. Card players at the Fish home Saturday night were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Svoboda and Bob, Mr. and Mrs. Son- ny Chistoffersen, Lloyd Graf, John Goertz, Larry Fowlkes, Dennis Skrove, and Wilfreda Fowlkes. Thursday afternoon I visit- e d. at the homes of Mrs, Velma Newland, Mrs. Ada Nilson, and Mrs. Mary Bun- ney all of Belle Fourche. Thursday evening the fol- lowing were present for all- star wrestling at the Mt. Rushmore Civic Center in Rapid City: Sonny Chistof- fersen, Lloyd and Ron Graf, Wilf?eda Bunney, Deug Vos- tad, Larry and Alvin Fowlkes. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fish and John Goertz called at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nilson and Mr. ansd Mrs. Wilfred Bunney Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Erics- sen attended Bob Gilbert's funeral Thursday afternoon THAT'S WHAT I CALL FIREWORKS! In keeping with Independence Day, we wish to promote the 'independent insuranes agent.' He is not the captive employee of one insurance company . he selects your immrsnce f~rom several companies and represents YOU in collecting claims. Ph. 283-1182 in Belle Fourche. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Svoboda went to the Eastern Star meeting in Hulett Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Erics- son stopped at Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nilson of Belle Fourche Sunday afternoon enroute to Rapid City to attend Eric's cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Clearance Sandine 50th anniversary reception. Later they traveled back home for Mr. and Mrs. Kay Driskills farewell buffet. Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Erics- son were Saturday evening Father's Day supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Keegan of Colony. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Svoboda were Lead and Belle Fourche business callers Monday. While in Belle they visited Mrs. Wilfred Bunney. Mrs. Bill Pannell assisted with Bible School last week at the Community Baptist Church in Hulett. Sunday afternoon BOb Auten {former employee of the Pannells), and his folks and sister of Ohio were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Paunell. Also, the Larry Anderson family of Hulett called at the PanneLls. The Clifford and Jerry Fish family and John Goertz went to the branding at the Ivan Moore ranch Sunday. Jim and Billy Panneli at- tended both days of the St. Onge rodeo over the week- end. From this community Mr. JUNE 28, 1979 and Mrs. Clifford Fish, Anita Fish, and Bill Pannell at- tended the f~neral services held for Neva Davis Monday afternoon n Alva. Mrs. Jim Gordon and daughter Casey Ann of Spearfish were Wednesday overnight guests at her parents ranch Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pannell. A photography crew for Marlboro Country was at the A.L. Ericsson ranch last Oct- ober taking pictures for ad- vertising. Some of the pictures can be seen inside the back cover of McCalls; inside front cover of Field and Stream; Sports Illustrat- ed; Sports; Family Weekly of the Rapid City Journal, and Time to name a few of the THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 13 magazines. The pictures ap- peared in the June issues. Saturday we did some more branding here at the place. Here for breakfast and dinner were Sonny Chis- toffersen and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Graf and children, and Lloyd Graf of Belle Fourche. Sue Chistoffersen joined us for the evening meal. "Have you," asked the shopper, "any four-volt, two-watt bulbs?" "For what?" "No, two." "Two what?" "Yes." S6No '' The Country Shop will be dosed Thursday& Friday June 28-29 NC)ffTHEAST N LWYONUNG RANCH AT AUCTI Estate will keep its current mineral production but will 8lye eae-half of minerals owned, to new buyer. ~ HUNTING: Lots of wild game including mule deer, antelope and wild tin'key. :A~: Only 30 miles from town with approx. 14 miles good gravel mad off highway to edge of ranch. ~ NOTE: We believe this ranch is areal sleeper and offem massy pa~ildlities. Would ~make a tremendous summer or yem'ling operation or could be developed for a full-time operation. This ranch offers unbelievable privacy, yet only 30 miles from town. ranch is a real sleeper! RANCH will be OFFERED IN UNITS and es a UNIT With reservation to sell in best manner LI]FJ[tMS: 10% down day of sale, balance at do~ag. * ************************************************************************** WATCH FOR MORE DETAILS AND ADS i MASm O LARa CaF OWNER a Sale Conducted by: He~ ]Hhn, gesa, ~ ~ i J AUCTION will be held at the HOLIDAY INN, in GILLEITE, WYO. A FRIDAY ,o:oo M. JULY 20 I 11,960 ACRE RANCH 11,960 ACRE I k 10,760 DEEDED 800 STATE 400 I~,,Mt pLOCATION: 30 miles northeast of Gillette, Wyoming k RANCH has been owned by Estate for many years and operated as a sheep ranch with r herders- hence no creseTences but lays in one big pasture. Lmtd varies from open andjk , reu gr--.Umd, te beon hm.. fur p that lays separate and for which there m a very ready market. Buildings m ol . T ~Ranch hes been leesed until lest year and former leesee telis es be hes --red : : cows for 5% months. WATER: Spring Creek runs through ranch with live water; however, there should more water development for cattle operat/on. 4 !" r