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Is ~he Black Hills of Wyoming . J i,r i i i i i . , WYOMING HEREFORD ASSN. WILL HOLD FIRST SALE (Continued From,First Page) the Wyoming Hereford Associa. tlon, organized on April 9 at Cas. per, will represent some 250 reg. istered Hereford breeders in the state. Directors of the association are presidents of Iocal and regional Hereford associations in the state. They are H. L. DueH. Arvada, ,'Sheridan association; B. F. Lin- coln, ~undance, Northeast Wyo- ming association, George Mill, Lusk, Central association; Mrs. Charles deRham, Jackson, Ja,ck_ son" Hole association; John Run, net, Saratoga, acting for Oda ~ason, Laramie, Southern Wyo. rasing association; C. C. Lawrence Buffalo, Johnson County associa. tion; Jack Turner, Hyattvllle, Big Horn Basin association: and John Heinz of Goshen county who represents breedrs not belonging to a local association. For lnforw~ation about member- shl~ in the Wyoming Hereford Association or learning more ~bout the show and sale, write or contact Tony Fellh,auer, sucre. tary treasurer, who is extension livestock specialist, Wyoming ag- ricultural extension service, Lar- d/rote. x MELBY TRACY TO MANAGE MOTOR CO. AT ]~00RCROF~ Me,by ~. Tracy ~vho has been employed in his father's place of business in ~undance for some time, left ~unday for Moorcroft where he will take up his real_ donee and assume the manager. ship of the Tracy Motor Co. AL NUSSBAUM IS TRANSFERRED TO SUNDANCE F. S. A. Albert Nusstmum, who left the Sunda~ce F. S. A. office in 1941, being trans[erred to Newcastle. is back home this week after be_ tug moved from the Newcastle office to the one in Gillette, this sprng. Nussbaum was detailed to Sundance after Floyd Moore. who had replaced Ty Butcher in the local office was transferred to the Rlverton office. Nussbaum .~ moved into the former Donald- . son place, in the east part of town, Saturday. His wife is now l~ Colorado where she was called by the serious illness of her fath_ er. .x Mr. "az~d Mrs. Conr~dson of (:hi_ cage, Illinois were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Kokesh of Sundance. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Scott a11d f~mlly of Oklahoma are visiting relatives here. Mrs. Richard Spracklen, re. eently of Loutsana. is spending some time visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Lincoln. BELLE THEATER Belle Fourche, South Dakota AIR CONDITIONED O ~y Saturday July 12th 13th Double Feature Program ~oe Kirkwood E]yse Knox in "ZOE I'KLOOKA CHAMP" and Ken Curtis Jeff Donnell in "TKAT TEXAS JAMBOREE" Chap. 9 "Purple Monster" PIny '~VAH00' Saturday Night Sum Men. Tue. July 14 15 16 I~LEASE NOTE SHOW TIMES AND PICTURE RUNS THREE DAYS Continuous Shows Sunday. Sho~:at 2:~_ 4:30 7:00 & 9:30 lion. Tuea Evenings 7:00 9:30 Clark Gable Greer Garson in ,ADVENTURE" with ~osn Blomlell Thomas Mitchell Tom Tully Harry Davenport News and Special Short '"flHB FLYING ~,EP" i: ~ Wed. Thur. July 17th 18th ~: ~ NOTE SEOW TI]E~ AND THIS PICTURE FLAYS TWO DaYS ONLY Evening Shews 7:15 & 9~30 ~e knell Louis Ilayward ia 'rYOUN9 WIDOW" with F~mt "~ ' i Discharges LESLIE O. SIPE, Sundance, Pvt. Enlisted in Marine Corps 25 Feb., I942 at Casper, Wyo. Dis_ charged 29 Ju~e, 1946 at San Francisco, Calif. Served overseas. No service areas given. JDSSE W. KENNEDY, Sun_ dance. Pfc. 52nd Arm'd. Inf. Bn. }th Arm'd Div. Entered Army 20 July, 1944 at Denver, Colo. Discharged 27 June. 1946 at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas. Served in Ardennes. Rhineland, Ce~tral Eur_ ope. Holds EAME Ribbon. Good Condu~t Medal, Victory Ribbon. CECIL E. REYNOLDS, Sun- dance. Entered Marine Corps 10 November, 1943 at Ft. F. E. War_ ren, Wyo. Discharged 7 July, 1946 at Great Lakes, Ill. No other information given. PAUL G. WATTS, Arvada, Wyo. Pfc. 2nd Sop. Co. Entered Marine Corps 29 March, 1944 at Chey- e.nne. ~ryo. Discharged 18 Jure, 1946 at San Francisco, Calif. No other information given. JOSEPH B. GRAHAM, Moor_ croft. Cpl. 76th Signal Co. Enter, ed Army 28 Aug. 1944 at Den- ver, Cole Discllarged 20 Jun~, 1945 at Ft. Bragg, N. C. Served in Rhineland, Central Europe. Holds American theater service medal, EAME Service Medal with 2 *bronze stars, Good Conduct med- al, World War II Victory medal. FREDRICK T. MAHONEY, Beulah,,' Capt. 555th ' AAFBU (5th Ftr. (~p) Sq. B, Love Field, Texas. Enlisted in army 30 Dec., 1940 at Ft. F. E. Warren, Wyo. Retieved from active duty 26 Dec. 1945. RR 1_5 (D') SO 277, Par. 20. 6 Oct. 1945. Hq. Lowry Field, Denver, Cole Served in ...... i Commercial Theater SUNDANCE 8:00 P. M. Weds. Thurs. July 10 and 11 "STORK CLUB" starring Betty Hutton Barry Fitzgerald Don Defore and introducing Andy Russell It's a wonderful story about a blonde hat-check honey who burns up her boy friend as she burns up her sugar daddy's dough-- . ......................................... Hear These Hit Songs! "If I Had A Dozen Hearts" "Love Me" A Square In The Social Circle" "Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief Saturday--Sunday July 13 and 14 "THE DOLLY SISTERS" in glamorous technicolor starring Betty Grable John Payne June Hayer with S. G. Sakall Glorious as They are Gay! A Grand Sequel to "Diamond Horse- shoe" and "State Fair" Wed.--Thurs. 3"uly 17 and 18 "RHAPSODY IN BLUE" starring Robez~ ~lda as George Gershwin with Joan Leslie Alexis Smith Charles Coburn Julie Bishop Al ~obon ]~aul Whiteman George White Hazel Scott The Jubilant Story of George Gonhwin t Hear: Embraceable You, I Gqt Rhythm, Lady Be Good, Some- body Loves Me, The Man I Love, Porgy and Bess, Swauee and 0thers. It Will Make Your Heart Sing! Make all "3' a MUST SEE on Your Entertainment List The Suudanee Times, 8undanee, Wyomi. ng were Friday ~fternoon vtsitbrs f~ Deadwood, S. D. frs. Kenneth Ealy, Mrs. Bert Ealy and Mrs. E. A. McLaughlin, all of Sundance were Deadwood, i , , , the Asiatic theater, Africa ME theater, American Theater. Holds DFC, Air medal, African Middle East, 1 Bronze Star. X Personal Items Primary Election Early This Year July 16 Tom Nicholas. for Secretary of State. Republican Ballot The W. D. Roadifers. Mr. and Mrs. Osa Htlmphrey, Cl~tde Road- ifer family, Raymond Roadifer family, Stephen Williams and family of Hammond. Montana. Gerald Beck and family of Osage, Carl Lars~n and family, Osage. a gatherlngof 34 had a picnic at the Roadifer ranch near Moskee on the Fourth Tom Nicholas, candid.ate for secretary of state on the Repu.b- llcan ticket at the July 16 pri- maries, was a Sundance visitor Saturday. Dr. A. G. Crane. former presi- dent of the University of Wyo., was calling in Sundance Wednes- day of last week, He was accom, palled by Tommy Thompson. Vernie Gose of the Upton coun_ try was ,a visitor in Sundance Monday. Andy Peterson was a business visitor in the county seat Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Durfee were Sunday visitors in Hulett. Mr. and Mrs. John Ltndsey ~nd son, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jonson, three children and Gerald Richey and Mrs. Carl Jensen enjoyed a picnic lunch at Devils Tower Sun_ day. Mr. and Mrs. George Wise were callers in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Hart and family and Mrs. Ethel Hart re_ t~rned Saturday from Marmarth, N. D. where they visited friends and relatives, going there on the Fourth of July. Dwight Hart was a 'business caller in Deadwood Monday. Come ot~[ and vote July 16 Tom Nicholas, for Secretary of State. Republican Ballot XVm. Haass arrived in Sun4ance Tuesday of last week from Bakers- field, Calif. to be with his wife. the former Joyce Good, a,nd daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dillon and Annabelle Lincoln were Sp~ar- fish, S. D. visitors Saturday of last week. Lee Schloredt accompa.nied his brother_in_law George Pridgeon, of Belle Fourc~e to Denver, Colo_ rado Tuesday. They plan to re_ turn Thursday. Mr.- and Mrs. L. G. Landers S. D. visitors Friday of last Come out and vote Tom Nicholas, for Secretary of State, Republican Ballot have an opportunity to elect a ', / Crook County Man for Gouernor OF OUR STATE We should go ALL OUT for a man Northeastern Wyoming as he stands our problems and will assist us any reasonable request. NELS SMITH FOR GOVERNOR COMMITTEE To the Voters of Crook HAVE LIVED IN CROOK COUNTY SINCE 1889. BEEN IN THE RANCH AND STOCK BUSINESS ALL LIFE. SERVED TWO YEARS IN THE ARMY D U R WORLD WAR ONE, AND AM A MEMBER OF THE CAN LEGION. WORKED AS FIELD MAN FOR ING FARM LOAN BOARD FOR FOUR YEARS. FOUR YEARS ON F. S. A. Be ARD. SERVED 3 YEARS RATION, BOARD AND HAVE BEEN ON CROOK FARM LOAN BOARD ~EVERAL YEARS A N D S T SERVE ON THAT BOARD. I BELIEVE THAT I KNOW Y OUR P R O B L E M S NOMINATED AND ELECTED TO SERVE YOU AS TY COMMISSIONER, I PLEDGE MYSELF TO HONESTLY AND SINCERELY. W. E. "Ed" M Thursday, July 11, Crook County Voters