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llo~ e tw ' t i Ur In the Black Hills of Wyoming Ivloorcroft Weeklg Roundup Jr.as Storm of Hulett was a Moorcroft visitor Sunday. Miss Flossie Hall of Gillette visited home folks :Sunday. Mrs. Audrey Brown and nephew Floyd Newhirter who have been working in Greenwood Springs, Colo. stopped i.n Moorcroft a short while Thursday morning on their way to ttulett, where Mrs. Kirk Stoddard joined them and the),.' left for Iowa Friday morning to visit Floyds mother who is in ve~" poor health. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Grand_ bouche and family of Nebr.' were visitors in town a short while Sunday on their way to Sheridan to visit relatives. Sheriff Blakeman and wife of Su~adance visited friends in Moor- croft .Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schloredt and family have been visiting Mrs. Schloredts sister Mrs..Clin- ton Kipp and family the past week. Jim Shoemake of Upton was a Moorcroft visitor Saturday. The Sundance Times, Sundance, Wyoming Miller Creek Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Moore and Kathleen; Mr. a.nd Mrs. Chesney Rathtmn. Jennie Lea and Roger; Mrs. Lillie Starts, Delores VCalters and Bob Turgeon spent the 4th on a pLenic and drive up Spearfish canyon and through Deadwood. Mr. Errett Haptonstall anti Ricky accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Alhert Manke and family on a drive tt~rougil the hills towns Thursday the 4th. Mr. and Mrs. Will Oudin: Mr. and Mrs. Hally Ou(lin~ Alice Ann: Mrs. Corn Vore and Tuff spent the 4th near Buckhorn with the Henry Oudins family. Mrs. J. P. Sololnon left Sunday for Mallo Ca.nyon camp. Mr. Sol_ renan, Bernard, Buford, Mr. and Mrs. Erwell Solomon drove her down and spent most of tile day plcnicing there. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Olson and Sharon attended the rodeo at Belle Fourche the 4th. Mr. and Mrs. Errett Hapton_ stall and Ricky were callers at the Vore and Kelly homes Friday. Most everyo~e from this vicin_ ity attended the gorgeous display *i Mr. a~d Mrs. A. C. Huckins Pearl and Larry Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Huckins, Norma, Don and Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lin_ ton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Huckins and Terry, Law- r~nee Gould and Louis Mtcolini. Lois Ames spent a few days in Newcastle the last of the week. .x Beulah Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Isla.nd and children and Roy Follum went to a Rodeo out north of Belle Fom,ehe it week ago Sun- day and said they saw some good roping, etc. Mrs. Eldene Landis was a sup- per guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nickelson last Monday evening. Myrtle Mathews spent a few days at her ranch the first of last week. Mr. a.nd Mrs. John Crago and family and the Leo Crago family Claude Prathero home Man. eve- ning. Frank Tauck and Emerald Reinecke have ,been spreading grasshopper poison the past week. Mr. and Mrs. James Follum from Spearfish visited at the Frank Tauck and Ralph Nickel- son homes on Tuesday. m_ went to Belie. Mr. and Mrs. V(. H. Mathews a~d Myrtle attended a picnic, near Crow Peak the 4th. There was also a picnic at the Larkin Cleveland home, where several gathered to enjoy a nice lunclL Mr. and Mrs..tack Olson and family and Ted Olson from Spear- fish visited Thursday evening at !the Gerald Blakenlan home, and took home a nless of fish. The ,Clifford Island family and Roy a~]d Lillian Follmn took in the Rode[) at Belle Fom'che the 4th. Roy rode some of the horses. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nickelson went to Sturgis the 3rd, going Mr. and Mrs. Sam McKean, Mr.i and Mrs. Frank Watt, Grandma [of fireworks at. Sundance Satnr_ Kimsey and Bob Bi:Cby were shop- I day night. 1)ers in town Tuesday. | Mrs. Lillie Starts. Mrs. Ches- Mr. ~nd Mrs. Charlie RobertsI hey Rathbun and Jennie Lea and grandson accompanied by [ spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Mrs. Allie Byrd of Hulett attend-]Hally Oudin and Alice Ann. ed the Rodeo in Gillette the 4th. I Mr. and Mrs. Ross Scott drove Miss Marie Kummerfeld who' over from Basi~ last week for a is employed at the hospital i~ visit with relatives here. Cheyenne spent a short time vis- iting home folks last week. Mr. Guhr and nephew Ed Sweeney motored to Hot Springs nday. Mr. Guhr tells us his her has been there the past two weeks receiving treat- for arthritis. Berger left Monday for Springs to spend a short r. and Mrs. Virgil Reil a.nd of Rozet were visitors in 5Ioorcroft Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Frey, Miss Effie Nefsy and Alden Robinson attended the rodeo in Belle Four_ ehe the 4th. Visitors in town Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walt of Buf- falo Creek, Grandma Kimsey and * "~ixby. frs. Ge,,ld M,,~ore a.nd (-uuh_ of Billings were visitors at ,e Hickenbottom home over the 'earth. Several from here attende~l tl~e rodeo in Gillette the Fourth. All report a large crowd and a good time. Cute Shaulis spent a few days town this week. He tells us his brother Gene and family of San Diego are expected in Moor- croft soon to spend a short time. X Lower Kara Creek Mr. and Mrs. C, eorgc Strong of U;llton are tile proud parents of a 8 lb. 4 oz. baby boy. The young fellow arrived lhe 261h of Ju.ne and has been named George Jr. Mother and son are both doing nicely. Jack Linton called at the Percy. Ituckins home Monday and took Jaeky back home with him. Pearl Monroe spent the past at the Percy Ituckins home. IAtlle "Wihna Alice Stro'ng has been visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ames the past two weeks Mr. and Mrs. A. C. ttuckins and children spent Satllrday nite at the Percy Hcckins honle. ,l~-J,- (?!lal)flnau was ill Gillei!e Monday. Pearl ~I(yllrO(~ caltel~ " Alnes Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ames calle(~ on tbeir daughter in Upton Tues- day to see their new grandson. 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Bob ttamilton and Jack Crago who are in tl~e painting profes- sion at tlot Springs, ca me nil Wednesday eve.ning io spend the Fourth with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Blakeman and Daisy enjoyed a picnic lunch in Spearfish on the Fourth. In the P. M. the men fished on Sand Creek and the ladies and children BANK Thursday, July 11, 1941 down on horseback, and went to Belle with Mr. Nlekelson'a fol4kl~ the 4th. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Crago and family fished on Sand Creek Thursday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. John Crago an&. family attended the Roundup in Belle the 5th. The Leo Crago and Gerald Blakeman families enjoyed the Band concert and fireworks in Sundance Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mathews returned home Saturday from a two weeks vacation in the park, they also visited their daughter Ruby who lives in Idaho. A Penny Saved.... and the utoney saved by doing your family buying at TIlE MODEL can be used to get new things for the home.., clothes for children or yourself. 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