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July 22, 1948

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-=--'= --'--==----==~ 1 the President, Mrs. Olive Long, I ~,~-,,., ,,~q,~.L-~l-~w~.~ev-I n-nrl rr-ltw I[opened the meeting. Roll call[ -I'HK ! NL)/ANt P. IIMP.b Ilwas answered by some ,tmportant[ .................. ~ event that happened in July which~ , An Independent Newspaper .. .. [ | included Benjamin Franklin sl _~blished Every Thursday 'by the Times Publishing Co. [| birthday; Flag Day; U. S. Postal| "roe Times is a legal newspaper for all puhllcatioms. [[ Service began in 1775 and July 9. Lindsey ................... Owner-Publisher l[2~' 1914 First World War start- SUBSCRIPTION RAT~S ~| "A letter was read from Claude's .Months __.._____~___~ 75~ []mother, our llttle orphan boy, ............... .. ........ I I thanking Mrs. BillAnderson. We e~r (In Crook County# ~;., .. ._~ = -'-------'---~'Aav [[ have another package ready to mr ~F. U. Aaareeses uutmae uouza~y) ........ .... [| send him at the postofftce at Sundance, Wyoming as second cla~ II " . _ . the act of March 3, 1879. ~! A number of bOOKS have oeen .......____....._~[read and were reported at this Moorcroft Miller Creek in town Thursday and Mrs. Sam McKean, Mrs. Roy Kimsey and .Mr. Landers of Sun- '~rs. Leslie Watt and son Creek, Mrs. Earl Watt, Mrs. Russell Krause. Frank Somers of Pine has ~een a patient in the in Sheridan the past two ~e are wishing her a recovery. I~iggs and Mrs. Pray, Mrs. ~Whitcher and Mrs. Trusty ~vere shopping in Gillette is the place selected field summer school of of Wyoming corn- July 19 and continuing August 13. Stevenson who has summer school at the first te~m returned and has been visiting Cox home. in town Saturday and Mrs. Howard Zim- and son of Carlile, ~.Ir. Roy Thompson and faro- and 'Mrs. Harry Berger ildren, Mrs. Elizabeth and son and daughter. hfoore and son re- Saturday after visiting at Poplar, Montana the days. Audrey Bush of Hulett i in town a short while on her way to Sheri- attend the rodeo. Storm who has been visit- and friends at Hul- Past two weeks returned and visited at the until Thursday at- When he accompanied Bush to Sheridan. to remain there for a before returning to his California. .Mrs. Vern Kirby of visited friends and rela- over the week-end. Mrs. Ralph Pray and were visitors Sunday Hills and attending Play" in Spearfish Mr. and .Mrs. Will Kelly are enjoying a large gas refrigerator these hot days which they recent- ly purchased. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Montgomery .were )bus2ness visitors of Spear- fish Saturday. Coming home they encountered a cloud burst bebween Spearfish and !Beulah that raised creeks out of their banks and delayed traffic for some time. (Mr. and Mrs. Will Oudin have as house guests Mrs. ,3toggle Webb, Mrs. Ethel Darling of Sheridan and Will McKenzie of Montana, who will also visit other relatives here for a few days. Haying seems to be the main occupation of ranchers in this vicinity. Showers frequently de- lay the ~ork, but everyone is glad to see ,more rain. Mr. and Mrs. Erwell Solomon and friends of Denver are visiting at the J. P. ,Solomon home. Lyle Putman drove up ,from Rapid City last Wednesday to look over crops here. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cart and Ronny spent Sunday at the J. D. Carr home. {This Week) Miss Adelaide Butler of Cana- da, is a guest at the Maurice Moore home, arriving here Sun- day. Eleven members and leaders of the Sunny Divide 4-H club at- tended recreation camp at Mallo canyon last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Watson and Dennis, ~Mr. and Mrs. Harry "Watson and Grandma Polly of Newcastle; Mr. and Mrs. Hally Oudin and Alice Ann :were visi- tors at the Vore home Sunday. Mrs. Lillie Storts, Mrs. Maurice Moore and Kathleen, Chesney Rathbun and Miss Butler made a .business trip to Rapid City Mno- day. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Chatfield and children were Sunday visi- tors at the Billy Walters home. Mr. and Mrs. James Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Paul :Myers and children, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Walters attended the dance at S Beulah Saturday night, i estrap and friend ,---------z ~ i Carolina arrived last] I a short visit here. They! DEVILS TOWER a ' morning accompanied l HOMEMAKERS ] .~ rid Mrs. Gus Sestrap for] For the July meeting the Devils ua)~s tour of Yellowstonel Tower Homemakers met at the J home of Mrs. Dot Storm. Mrs. ad Mrs. Jack Ripley and tFlorence Wotfskll and Mrs. Stol~m mOVed to Moorcroft. lgave the Pressure Sauce Pan Dem- a trailer house onstraion, which was part of the now parked on the lot the Rangeland Court. employment here. New Haven Redding and Jim Frls- a trip to*Gillette Mon- Frishee and Betty Rath- ,turday evening with CPple and wife and file and mother, Mrs. went to the Park and returned Thursday Ratl~bun left Sun- ~ridan ~vhere she ex- su,mmer school. ark returned home to spending some time ~n Lewis Clark. and wife were New Haven the last visiting in the home Sunday were Grant and family, Clyde Roberts, Hen- Mr. and (Mrs. Jun- and family. Mrs. Lloyd Redding at the Lewis Den- George Redding at the Tom Wolf- home ~unday. main dinner. The Demonstration consisted of: Chicken Fricassee buttered onions and ~arrots steamed pudding, lemon sauc~ and coffee and cream, which was very well prepared and was very good. The other club members brought covered dishes, so a :bounteous dinner was enjoyed by all the Club. An outline on the use of Pressure Sauce pans was given each member besides a pamphlet on cooking. After we had done the dishes We Fix All Radios Bring Yours In For A Free Estimate Western Radio Service Harry Clingan Sundance time. (Mrs. uMae Oudin thanked the members for the flowers sent while she was in the hospital and Mrs. Ethel Solomon thanked the club for the $card sent her in her recent bereavement. Plans were made for camp, and a good time was had hy some of the members telling of the good times they had in other years. Three or four Irom the Devils Tower Homemakers plan to at- tend. At our next meeting the 4-H Club will demonstrate making muffins. For recreation Mrs. Grenier had group singing, after which a contest was held to see which member was the champion "Nail Driver." The honor went to Mrs. Florence Wolfskill, who says that she'll challenge any other club member who ~vishes to com- pete with her. We had ten members, four vis- itors and one child present. The meeting adjourned to meet with ,Mrs. Elizabeth Hau~ber August 11, 1948. Visitors always wetcome. 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