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,h the B laek Hills ef i H,lett Notes Mr. and Mrs. Fred Borne are enjoying a visit from Mrs. Bornes mother, Mrs. Clark from Nebr. Mrs. Clark has visited here sev- eral times and her many friends are glad tP welcome her ~back this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wlllson, who have been visiting relatives and friends here the last week left for a trip through Yellow_ stone Park on their road home. Mr. and Mrs. Leah Brimmer and Mr. a~d Mrs. Clarence Brim. mer and Mrs. Doll Brimmer ar_ rived last Wednesday from Yak_ ima to visit with relatives and friends here. The boys will return in a few weeks but Mrs. Brim- mers will spend the summer out here. The Willing Workers enter- tained the young people on the Youth Project last Monday eve. ning on the Borne law~ with a picnic lunch at six o'clock. After lunch we enjoyed singing and getting acquainted with the young people. We also had as our guest Rev. McBride and Rev. Burton. Vacation Church schools start_ ed Monday July 8th at Hulett, New Have'n: Little Missouri and O~hoto. There are two or three in each group. July 15 a school will begin at Moorhill. There are several more to start at various places later. Mrs. Steiger and children ar. rived the first of last week to spend the summer on the ranch. Grandma Ruland and Mr. and Mrs. Vic French were visiting friends here Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Chittim and sons of Sunda~ce visited Fri_ day and Friday night at the Louis .Sheldon home and spent Satur- day evening with his mother and Hugh. They enjoyed a picnic -lunch on the lawn, Happy and Jean Sheldo~ were ,also there. Jim Wllliamson of Sundance vis- ited a short time with the David_ sons. Etta Marie Chittim who has spent two weeks at the Shel_ don home returned home with the folks. Mr. ~and Mrs. Bill Villson spent the 4th and 5th in Belle Fourche and went on to Dead_ wood and visited at the James T. Chittim home for a few days and took i~ the fireworks at Sundance Saturday night. Several from here attended the Roundu~ at Belle Fourche the 4th and 5th. The Legion and Auxiliary had the~ regular meeting Saturday The ~mdaa~e Tlmos, ~mlamee, :W~m~hag night. After the business meeting they enjoyed dancing until a late hour. The music was furnished hy - Lella Sheldon; Junior Wolfe and Roscoe Ownbey, also Zack Jay and wife played a few num- 'bers. Lunch was served by the Auxiliary. Fred Sutton made a trip to Gillette Saturday to consult a doctor. Our road work seems to be pro- gressing nicely, at any rate they are moving plenty of rock and dirt. a big angel food pan for sale. Mrs. Lorraine Brimmer visited with Mrs, Etta Butts one day last week. I-- Airfair at Spearfish Set for July 20-21 . The greatest array of aero- nautical talent ever to fly into the Black Hills will be presented at the annual Black_ Hills Air- fair at Spearfish July 20 and 21. Heading the list of attractions Last week four ex-spars (re_ at the show will be the U. S. army male Coast Guard) friends o Wilma Nuckolls from the East ljet-prpelled' P_80, never .before Coast on their way to the Pacific~seen in the state. This plane, one Coast stopped off and spent a lf the fastest in the world, will few days visiting with her a~d]maneuver at times with a speed her family. They were on terrain, tthat is faster than sound itself. al leave from the service. Their]I'n addition to the flight of this names were Ensign Barbara Say. ~jet plane, there will be flights of age, Ensign Laura Nuss, Ensign~ B-29 bombers and P_47 fighters Mary Price and Lt. (jg) ESther in thrilling formations. Taylor. It was their first tripI Topping the civilian array of west and they fell in love with I talent will be Everett Hogan and the beautiful scenery around here[his 2000 h. p. p-51 in a 600 mile an hour dive with pull up in and particularly the red hills of~ front of the crowd at only 75 Hulett. i Verna a,nd Alfred Gray went to Moorcroft last Monday to meet i two cousins (young men) from Kansas City who are going to spend a few weeks on the Gray ranch. Jim O' Connor was happily surprised when his youngest daughter Gula ,came out from Long Beach to spend the sum- mer. She and her father visited with Mr. a.nd Mrs. Hugh David_ son Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Malcohu Bucher returned home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lorrane Brim- mer have moved to their ranch. Mrs. Kate Russell of California is visiting her sister Miss Ida Wilson this week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Proctor visited here the first of the week. Bill Proctor and Albert Proc_ tot were callers here Monday. Harrietti Linklater and brother were visiting friends here th( first of the week. Joe W'ilson is measuring reser voirs arou'nd New Haven and Ewing country. Edwin Hau'ber was a business caller ]xere Monday. Hugh Davidson went ,with Fred Sutton to Belle Fourche Monday. Mrs. Frank Vasey Is enjoying a visit from some of her rela. fives this week. Hugh Davidson and some boys enjoyed a fishing trip and got plenty of fish for a big fish fry. A~yone in need of a 2 gallon ice cream freezer in good condi- tion see Inez Davidson. Also have feet from the ground. Hogan, a veteran performer at the airfair, has the truly privately owned P-51 in the nat~on. In addition to this he will provide thrills with high speed acrobatcis which the ground crowds can easily follow as the plane spreads a trail of red and white smoke. Hogan flying service's AT-6, a 750 h. p. army advanced trainer, will be flown in low altitude ac- robatics. This and the P-51 will undouhtedly be flown try Clyde Adams, outsia.nding midwestern stunt pilot. 'Parachtlte jumps and light plane races are scheduled each day. A coyote hunting demonstra- tion. with light planes, will be given. Mike Bvandon of Hollywood will act as ~master of ceremonies for the three hour show which starts at 1 p. m. (mountain day- light savings). Brigadier General Charles F. Born, comnrandi~lg general of the 15th air for.ce with headquarters at Colorado Springs, Colo., has made arrangements for the big- gest U. S. Army air show ever scheduled for western South Da- kota. General Born, who is a native of Deadwood and well known over a wide territory, has promis- ed local officials outstanding tal- ent for tile inauguration of the ,postwar shows this year. Planes will be flown in and! staked down for inspection by the visitors at the airfair. Seven planes are scheduled for this; P51, P61, P38, C47, C45, B25, and B17. A caravan of 12 units l i of air corps ground display will :be set up in one of the largest: of this kind ever brought forth at any previous airfair. Equip- me-nt, much of it never finished in time for combat use before the capitulation of the enemy, will be handled here in its first show- ing by qualified army personnel who will explain it to visitors going through the exhibits. Grounds open at 10:00 a. m. daily to accomodate persons viewing exhibits and families are urged to bring picnic din,nets and make a complete day of it. Con- cessions will be on the grounds. Three bands will be on hand to furnish colorful music *and maneuvers. The Belle Fourche Comboy band is scheduled for Saturday and the Homestake Thursday, July 11, 'band from Lead as well as Spearfish municipal band both days of the show. Bishop Bros. carnival with concessions and 8 rides will town each evening of the Saturday night of the show ~be the annual airfair dance the city park. Resmnption of the airfair 20 and 21 for its first showing brings the best ever seen in this sectien of country together for two packed days. Personal Items Irene Roark and Ellen left for Thermopolis a visit with Mrs. Clara Helen Roark, who has ~been ing her brother James .and at Livingston, Montana, will them at Billings and go Thermopolis with them. Marcus Lindsay of California visited last week his sister, Hazel L. Kelly girls. This is his first visit he entered the armed the paratroopers divisi(yn in 1! Primary Election Early This The early fur coat catches the finest skins. stock is now complete, and are ready with a marvelous ing of new fur coats, all from de luxe skins. It's none early t~o choose. Have your coat put aside for you. next to Red Owl Grocery, City, S. D. Mrs. A. N. Taylor has been~ fined to her .bed at her Sundance the past week. She jured her back the Elk Horn Care. IKING VILA Choice of Breeders and Feeders of Champions it's Expensive Not to feed minerals. Whether you feed for the show ring or the market. ( County Superintendent of Schools TO THE VOTERS OF CROOK COUNTY: Since my duties in this office prevent me from con- ducting an active campaign, I am taking this means of letting you know of my qualifications. 1. I have had twelve years of teaching in rural, ele- mentary and high schools. 2. I have served on both district and high school boards of trustees in Crook County. 3. I have considerably more ehan enough of the college credits required by law to hold this office. 4. I have had eleven and one-half months experi- ence in the office of County Superintendent, during which time I have learned the duties of the office. 5. During the past year I have visited over sixty schools of this county collecting data to be used in a campaign to bring our schools back to pre-war "normalcy. 6. I am looking out for the good of the school child- ren and I want to serve them. If you feel that the above qualifications and the fact that I am the sole support of my children and myself deserve your consideration, will you please vote for me at the primaries on July 16? Hazel L, Kelly LL I I II I I If Viking Vilak Is the answer to your mineral problem. All Champions At Denver Stock Show, this year, were fed Viking ak. All Champions, But One At Chicago International Live Stock Exposition, year were fed Viking V ilak. THE THRIFTY, SUCCESSFUL STOCKMAN WILL SOON REALIZE ff PAYS IN A BIG WAY TO FEED VIKING VILAK SO--Decide NOW to feed the Viking Way, and get mum returns from your livestock. A TRIAI~-I urge stockmen to try a small amount of this eral and see if stock will eat it--if they won't eat small sack of it they won't eat a ton. HART BROTHERS LUMBER and HARDWARE Wyoming Sundance,