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July 11, 1946

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Black Hills of Wyom|ng APPEARING TKIS HEADING WILL CHARGED FOR AT THE RATE ,IJ)c PER WORD OFdb CASH CHARGE ............ 15c ADS .................. 25c EXTRA OF THANKS ........ $1.00 HEREFORD for sale.--Yearltngs and Dillon B. Ruland, AI- Wyo. 4 6 tin TAX AND BOOKKEEP- 'work--Frank Cubbison, 4 tf~l INE NEWS--RENEW OR Time and Life subscrip- 'before price rise on July' Rise in cost of new sub- already in effect. trend is UP.--Mrs. Hilton, 27_28 SALE -- EIGHT ROOM and three room house, lots, 'both houses furnish_ desired--A. J. Barnes, 28 tin SALE -- JOHN DEERE pick_up ~baler with and blocks, also a side_ rake. Both in good Pearson, Sun- )ton r~ad. 28_29* NOTES Calhoun was admitted as patient. She is three girl weighing 6 lbs. at the Sundance hos_ 4 to Mr. and Mrs. Per. named Ronald Eugene ~oetghing 5~ pounds was Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ha~do. Wilson and .baby were Saturday from the and infant were Monday. ~chweim was admitted for treatment and discharged Hemler was admitted treatment and dis. Tuesday. Rhaodes is still in the and slowly improving. Patton was admlttetl as Patient. ~'Y'---------x. Colony Peter Niemann, now liv- Belle Fourche, visited a last week at the Shepard horse ra~e a.t Belle Four. Fourth, Mrs. Velma had a very serious ae. saddle turned with ring her to the ground force that her leg was the fall. ~he is in the under a doctors Lt will no dou'bt be sev, ,before she will be around again. Bean and family from Fourche river district visitors at the Bran_ week. Bra~u,m who has at the home of her Mr. and Mrs. Branum, expects t~ to visit with her at various innesota. ances Harney, "son Walter Burke of tad Gaylord Grant of and Clifford Celery rode the Harney in the parade at Belle Fourth and Fifth. eWland and Son furn- Steers, wild cows and IWORLD'S L,4RGEST CARRIERS SAIL TOGETHER AS EIGHTH FLEET MANEUVERS , . : , , The Sundanee Times, $undanee, Wyoming ~J H i i ill 'books on Educationz--for he is go' ing to College when his trip is over. And although /he is quite modest about saying this, he al- ready has visited some twenty to twenty-four colleges ......... including the U'niverstty of Wyoming. Ferguson has visited Powe]l, Sheridan, Rock Springs, Casper, now Cheyenne--from which he Rawllns, Kemmerer, Laramie and will head eastward once more. Six foot two, weighing almost 200 pounds, this tall ex-marine wears the Presidential unit cita- tion, with one star; the asiatic- pacific ri.bbon with three stars; the Bronze star for a mission which he performed u.nder enemy fire, and accomplished on Saipan; a Purple Heart for wounds re- ceived in action abainst the ene- my during the time of war; and the American Defense rtbbon. Only twenty years of age, hav- ing enlisted when he was just 17, this uncha,nged American youngI man, in hororing Wyoming with his round trip vlsit~says,"thei two year enlistment which the] Yrarlne Corps offers to youngl men sure sounds pertty good." Ferguson hopes to go to college under the GI bill of Rights. His only comment when asked l what he thought of Wyoming I cities and towns? "Wonderful place -- wonderful -- God's court- The USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (foreground) and the USS Midway (astern) take part in maneuvers of the U. S. Eighth Fleet, which is under the command of Admiral Marc A. Mitscher, USN. Both 45,000-tonners they are two of the three largest carriers in the world, the ether one being the USS Coral Sea. The present maneuvers will extend into the summer. calves for the Belle Fourche roundup. Cola ~V. Shepard made a busi- ness trip to Deadwood o.ne day last week and on the way back had a blow_out that nearly caus_ ed a wreck. The car went out of control and wound up 'by strik- ing a ,post on the roadside. The car was badly damaged requlr_ lng a few days in a garage straighten~ing out f~nders and other repairs. Louie Riclmrdson, wolfe ~and so~ Leslie from Renan, Montana visited with Colony friends last Wednesday. Louie formerly lived at Colony hut ~s now located at Renan, Montana. ,x. New Haven Ann Reddall of Omaha and Hazel Berry of Chadron, Nebr. are conducting vacation school in the New Haven church. The two girls ar~ visiting during the week .with Leah Hob'ack and Marjorie. R. L. Horsted of Aberdeen, S. D. is working for John Jemsen during haying season. Mr. and Mrs. Lew Miller are staying on the Edwin Hauber ranch while Edwin and Helen are taking a vacation trip. R~ssell Brown of Hulett, Betty Swanson of Pocatello, Idaho, Helen Ha~non of Pueblo, Colo., Dick Bowers of West Hartford, Conn. and James Ledbetter of Chochtlli, Calif. called Sunday forenoon in the Hob~ck home. These people are holding va_ .cation schools at Oshoto and the Little Missouri school. John Jensen and Jimmle at- tended a church conference at Casper Saturday driving dow.n Friday and returning Sunday. NOTICE County Wildlife Association Meeting at City Hall 8:00 P. M. y, July 15 i EVERYBODY WELCOME Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Reddiug and family visited Sunday with Marjorie Dennis and family. Marjorie Parks called Sunday afternoon upon Mrs. John Jen. Sell. Z Alva Quite a number of people from this vicinity attended the band concert at ,Sundance and the fir~- !works display; they report an enjoyable evening. I 'The well being drilled at Em- ery Williams has twenty_eight feet of water. The well drill has .been moved to Clarence Collins place. Mr. and Mrs. A~cil Sisson went to Sundance ~unday to 'bring their daughter Pat home.. where she will ,be employed in where she will be ewployed in the bank. Miss Karen Bllgllt of Custer h, as been visiting with her grand_ parents Mr. ,and Mrs. E. C. Smith. X~~ Houston Creek Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Bushnell. Mr. and Mrs. Wllford Kennedy, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kiser were among those who attended the rodeo at Gillette on the Fourth. Reed Chittlm is helping at the Harold Sc~elldorf ranch: Wilford Kennedy who had been serving overseas with the Army has returned to civilian life. He and his wife are visiting his parents at Sheridan for a brief time. Mrs. Ed Sanford and Mrs. Mamie East attended the Tri_ State Roundup at Belle Fourche the Fourth. : Dr. Clarenbach was called to the Chatfleld ranch recently to see J. J. Belche Who has been ill. Harold Schelldorf had a new tractor delivered to the ranch one day during the week Mrs. Yeach Potter left the last of the week for Denver where she expects to get employment. Chipper Chatfield has been helping with haying at the Schell- dorf ranch. --x-- "Because he had heard so much of Wyoming, Private First Class Charles E. Ferguson of the Ma- rine Corps, on his way home to far North Massachusetts, said, "it's true that I have seen a little action", (Salpan, lwo Jima a~d Rol Namur), "and now that I am being discharged, would like to see what it is like back here in the good ole U. S. A." So Ferguson who bore the wea- pons of war~now picks up his J I Thursday, July 11, 1946 I . try in :real life. ....... " - X .... Personal Items Captain and Mrs. Wm. A. Tif- fany of Junction City, Kansas were visiting Mrs. Tif~any's mother, Mrs. Mary Anderson in Sundance last Friday. July 16 Tom Nicholas, for Secretary of State, Republican Ballot Mr. and Mrs. Henry 0udln and family had as guests to a July 4th picnic dimler Mr. and Mrs. Earl Scott and family, Mr. and Mrs. Will Oudin, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Fraser, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Woods and Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Hally Oudin, Alice Ann, Mrs. Cora Yore and Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Newm~an. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Newman and family and Ed New- man. This was also a family, re- union for the Newman family. There is a long stretch of hot weather ahead. Are you amply supplied with cool things to wear? Do you need vacatitm clothes? Shop at 'headquarters for cool things. Kepp's, Postoffic6 Block, Rapid City, :S. D. Primary Election Early This Year July 16 Tom Nicholas, for Secretary of State, Republican Ballot CHAS. B. CHITTIM Democratic Candidate for State Senator Primary Election July 16 Born and Raised In Crook County Your Support Appreciated \ I Am A Candidate for the Office of State Representafioe Primary Election July 16 Democatic Ticket . Your Support and~ Vote Will Be Appreciated T. Carl Cha{{in I I II II NU-WIPE TISSUE IN ROLLS Approximately 1400 Sq. Ft. ELECTRIC HEATING PADS LEG COLOR COTTON PLUCKS EVEN FLOW BOTTLES EVEN FLOW COMPLETE UNITS CEDAR JEWELRY CASES WEATHER WIZARDS Lee Pharmacy Leroy Schlorodt ' Sundanee I I .... I I