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/ HE AMIR VISITS THE ADMIRAL L. Conolly, USN, Commander of Naval Forces, ~F.~stern Atla~/o and the Mediterranean, receives His Highness, Amir ;~$~Ul bin Abduilah bin Jelewi, Amlr of Hasa Province, Saudi Arabia And members othis Royal Family on board the cruiser USS Toledo .~on the @cession of the Amlr's return call on the Admiral. The Toledo, JbJmlra~ C~mlly's a~shlp during his visit to the Persian Gulf, de- .]~rtml later for Japsn to relieve the USS Fall River as flagship of ~W, ear Admiral A. M. ]$1edsee, USN, Commander of Cruiser Division ~" ~ '~ # (O~ixl U. S. Nawy Pbotoraph) The Sunny Divide 4-H girls Few l~me~ ~ead m~dical hi-[ met at the Community Hall Fri- ,tories of~ discuss, but ~any peo-] day, July 10 as it was agreed the ple are acquitinted with old class-] July and August meetings be held /C novels, plays and operas in'on Friday. ~;htch a eha~71/~ ~thb victim Eleven mere'hers attended to en- r a delicious covered disli din- ner with hostess Jennie Lea Rath- bun servln~ cherry pie and keel aid. Roll call was answered with hero or heroine who '~My Most Embarrassing ,Moment" was~aSways thi~ ~,wki~h caught nmeh laughtor. We 'with a sewed On~ skirts and dres~s. Be- cough and a hi,gh col- fore the meeting adjourned we ire of chronic ,fever. discussed going to camp and practiced a ~tunt for cam~. We usually decided .what each one would take a~d transP~'rtation. Meeting wax that closed with singing/several songs. ]~k can be cured, that it., does Next meeting w~ill be August 13 ~t mean a."wasting away ,and with Virginia and Anne Hind- ~tatn death for those who ~on- man as hoste~mes. Roll call wiU t~'a~ t it. "We also know that tuberculosis 1o e~siest to cure when detected lnan early stage. Unfortunately, may not rea- have the disease until progrem~d. detected in of a chest X-ray, X-ray can "see" the damage ~hich tu- berculosis is doing, to the lungs 10ng before the ~erson himself even t~ he seems to be healthy, should be answered with "My Favorite Bird." X I2UGAL FORMS AT THE TIM~A THANK YOU NOTE As it is lmpossi~ole to write in- dividual notes, I take this means of expressing my gratitude to friends and neighbors who have been so kind and helpful. Sincerely, MrS. xD. B. Hilton LEON KOKESH ~Freddie Leon Koke~h was born January 10. 1934, at the home of his ,parents. Mr. and ,Mrs. Hugh Kokesh of Sundance. Wyoming and passed away July 11. 1948 at the age of 14 years. 6 months and 1 day. He attended school at the home school through the fifth grade then finished through the eighth grade in the Sundan~e schools. Freddie then a~ended his first year of high school at ~Sundance. Funeral services were held at the Legion hall in Sundance on July 14 at 2:00 p. m. Burial was in ~he Pine Slope Cemetery at Belle Fourehe. South Dakota. The pall bearers were Howard Harvey. Donald Plato. Ed~win Jones. Donald Blakeman. Reed ,Chittim and Chester Hejde. Calvin Hejde sang "Precious Jowels" avcompanied by Iris Bry- an: Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rounds. Ethel Andersen and Francis Hejde sang "Saved By Grace" and "Shall We Gather at the River." I Freddie leaves to mourn, his parents Mr. and Mrs. Hu,ghKo- kesh of Sundance; five sisters, Mrs. Noble Minor, Mrs. Dominic Feeley, Vinona, Julia and Mar- garet Kokesh ; four brothers, James,'Charles. Arthur and Joe, Kokesh. also 9 nephews and nieces. x.-- Nedwater Practically all members of the Aladdin Hustler's 4-H club left on Wednesday fo the 4-H ca~np at Mallo canyon, where they will spend three days. Mrs. R. E. Vore ~was hostess to "Stanley Party" at her home Wednesday afternoon. 1)ue to, the rain only a part of those in- vited were able to attend, but sine ladles were present and re- port a very enjoyable afternoon. RObeta Smith is currently em- ployed at the q~r. H, Vore home. Miss Phyllis ~mith of Byron. Wyo. is making an indefinite vis- it at the home of her sister, Mrs. R. E. Vore. Dave Clark of Spearfish, is ~hest X-rays and treatment can at a "time when it is Hkely to result in an early If the X-ray reveals:no signs Of~tuberculosis, then the indidl- vidual has the satisfaction that with knowing his lungs It is a wise person the h~bit of getting a examination, next article, undulant be discussed. X-- '= oF vz ,nts to express our thanks ~nany actS of kindness, expressions of sympathy, th~ beautiful floral offerings in the recent loss of our beloved Son and Brother. Your kindness will ~ever be forgotten. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kokesh Mr. and Mrs. James Kokesh REG'LAR FELLERS I tl! WEtL --l~O TWE/q'~ -FiVe. Ce.~T~ t K~ tCAKI~ tT spending several days at the home of his son Bob, near Alva, put- ting dp hay. Bob Clark was a caller at the l Harry Vore home Tlmrsday eve-~ nlng. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Vore were business ~risitors in Belle Fourche Thursday of this week. Both of the general stores in Beulah. changed hands this past week. It is not known at tills writing, the names of the uew owners. ~but 'both parties are from Belie Fourche. It is un- derstood that Mr. and Mrs, Mills and VCal~ Mathews will remain in Beulah for the present. Harry Vore was a caller at the H. V. Ripley hmne one day this week. Mrs. W. H. Vore and children were in Spearfish shopping Fri- day forenoon. V. I. Myers helped his brother Ilef. plaster a cistern Thursday. Several from this community attended the Bearlodge Live- s~ock Association picnic held ou the Dillon l~uland ranch Sunday, July 18th. Pat Kin~g was among, those who drove to Mallo canyon Sun- day to help bring back the 4-H members who had attended .cam'p there. Mrs. ~,V. ,H. Vote and children spent the forepart of this week visiting her parents, Mr. and ,Mrs. Harry Reynolds. near Sundanee. .X -South Sundance Miss Wilma Nu~kolls and her mother and Mrs. Paul Yeoman attended the Passion Play at Spearfish Sunday evening. Miss Wilma leaves for Denver on Wed- nesday to resume her position with the Metropolitan Life In- surance Company after" having spent several years of service for the Red Cross sJbroad. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur William of Raven Creek, brought baby Charlotte to get acquainted with great granddad and grandma Roadifer last Thursday. Mrs. ,Harold Roadifer and son of Alexandria, Virginia visited Saturday evening and Sunday with Granddad and Grandma Roadifer. Grandma is .going to Newcastle with them to visit her daughter a few days. ~ ,. Paul Cu,manings and Orville Lincoln ~ent to Belle Fourche Monday, July 19. The Orville Lincoln family went up to the Cummings ranch to spend a few days. THE SU, NDANCE ! Sundance, Wyo. Charlie Brimmer the Gilbert Brimmer spend some time. Mr. and Mrs. Ben *~ ! Ben K were in from T !i called on Mrs. Hilton~ recovered enough to P~ out crutches now. X~ WINNERS OF FARM BUREAU Following are the the various events held Crook County Farm nic at Alva July 11, Tl~e horseshoe pi~cht test was taken by and Harry Vore in first with second going to Neil~ and Shorty Meyers. Mrs. Davis and Roberts won first iu the women'S ion with Olive and Verla~ ~aking second. In the boys races frOlri 15 years. Pete Christy first: Niel ~Stephens Oudin tied for second; Bil terfie]d was fourth arid Wolfskill fifth. For boys 11, Loren Dale StephenS first "followed by Mike field in second place Vore in third. Alice first, Alice Ellsbury Cindy Crago third in race under 12 years. Alva came in first in of war followed by vide in second place.. First in the three were Nell and Bob Cra~O; Roger Rathbun and Ber~ omon; Pete Christy Hamilton were third. Winr, e~s for the elty were Phyllis I1uchinson, Olive crago el Gordon. For the 100 yard place went to Jack oud to Roger Rathbuli to Bob CTago. The final event :waS.i ball game which was Redwater. :~ Orville Meier and are on a trip extending out the northwestern States.- Mrs. ,~mma Meier will Northport, Washington to visit with friends the latter part of Mr. affd ,Mrs. Ben Red with Mi,. affd dorf ,Sunday, July'15. WAY .... C,O. STA~ STILl.. LIk'B I SHOWED YOU. \ By Gene ~O edqO CF.J41~ /