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hail and wind afternoon wiped ,grain fields of the dam- an area between Rifle Pit Divide. accompanied by in the rains fell. Sun- .27 of an inch. apparently started where high timber damage. from there hitting ranch with a "Further east, Place suffered ex- damage including of" one barn. storm turned across Dry hit Beulah south to the ranch- Pit. express our sincere all who helped on our ranches, to those who Stinsons. IAn aters Johnsons will fly ~o a re- Evaeuation Hos- Abihne, Kans. Aug. the outfit Schioredt World War North African, invasions. HANKS appreciation in my Special thanks to Larry Rosses, of Aladdin and Belle Fourche. Leota Osgard TO CLASSIFY TO RENT:e 2-BED. te or apartm nt, preI- niSh(d. Call 283-3449. 31* '~l~C'*r at FHA Octor, Sundance, state 'Preside , is in Lara- Other FHA officers to Preach Sunday W. Cornell, Pres. minister, will services at the Community Church of Mooreroft- 7 at 2 p.m. is welcome. Rathbun - 307; .Barbara a03; Jeanne Ulrich - ~dcCullough and - S01; Christi Itoss- -294. in el Courchaine and Kuenne lost about 200 acres of winter wheat, spring wheat, oats and barley in addition to a 65-acre patch of hybrid sorghum. Other ranchers losing grain were Pat King, Hubert Mathews, Alex Smith, Paul Smith, Frank Simons and Bryce Sager. Courehaine said the hail storm hit two of his fields which are about 12 miles apart. Elmer Heetlands reported three inches of rain, Bryce Sager, 1 inches. Beplah had .8 of an inch with a. 60-mile-an-hour wind. The storm moved from south- east Crook County into Spearfish where it did considerable hail damage. It dumped heavy rains on ~he Sturgis area but they were not accompanied by severe hail. For Speeding The following arrests were made by Monte Markeseth, city marshal, last week: Speeding: Russell Boyd, Elm Grove, Wise., 25 miles in a 20-mile-an-hour zone, forfeited a $10 bond. John O'Conner, St. Paul, 40 miles in a 30-mile-zone, forfeit- ed a $10 bond. Ronald Sperlich, .Mitchell, S. D., 25 n les in a 20-mile zone, forfeited a $10 bond. Marlyn Dunsmore, Rapid City, 30 miles in 20-mile zone, forfeit- ed a $10 bond. Robert Kock, Sioux City, 40 miles in 30-mile zone, forfeited a $10 ,bond. Grace R. Shaffer, Moscow, Ida., 30 miles in a 20-mile zone, for- feited a $10 bond. Negligent driving and failing .to stop at the scene of an acct- den~ and report an accident - Ir- ving W. Tupe, Sundance Air Force Station. Tupe was fined $20 and $5.45 costs plus $5 for repair of a road sign and install ation of a new median post on Highway 14 near the Phillips 66 station. Tupe hit the post abottt 2:30 a.m. July 30 while returning to the Air Force Sta- tion from Spearfish. Driving while under the influ- ence of intoxicating liquor to an extent rendering him incapable of operating a motor vehicle-- Chad Yeoman, Sundance. Yeo- man was fined $100 plus costs by Police I gistr te Charles Don- aldson and had his driver's li- cense suspended for one year. Allowing a dog to run loose without a rabies tag and city It- tense -- W. L. (Swede) Nuss- baub, Nussbaum paid the $5 pound fee ~or the release of his dog. The dog had been vaccin- ated and had a city license but had lost both tags. ~iss Marie Petera and aunt, Miss Sylvia Drain, spent the weekend of July 23 v'isifdng Miss Drain's father, Jim Drain, and other relatives of Wood, S. D. Mr. and ,Mrs. Lee Schloredt and Janet flew to Denver Sunday to attend Market Week. They RE-ELECT Mrs. Osgard Escapes Injury tn Accident ,Mrs. Leota Osgard, Sundance, escaped injury Monday morniztg about 6:30 when the truck she was driving blew two rear dual tires. The accident occurred about one mile east of Aladdin on Highway 24. She was hauling a load of grain into Belle Fourche at the time. Residents of the Aladdin area asisted Mrs. Osgard after the ac- cident. PERSONALS Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ewing and sons of Devils Tower were among Saturday evening guests in the Gerald Popham home. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Ferrell and family spent Tuesday-Friday fishing and camping at Flaming Gorge and visiting friends in Eden Valley and Rock Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Partlow of Kansas City, Mo. had supper and spent Thursday overnight with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sherrard while enroute home from a trip to Montana. Mr. Partlow and Mrs. Sherrard are brother and sister. You're invited to come in and browse through the shop - look- ing over our new fall apparel. Children's and ladies' dresses, suits, slacks, sportswear. Use our lay-away plan. Jack 'N Jill Shop, Sundence. returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gilbert and sons returned home Sunday after spending a week at the ranch home of ,Mrs. Gilbert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto ,Lembcke of Laramie. While at .the Lembckes, .Mr. Gilbert helped put up hay. Before going to Laramie, the Gil- berts spent the weekend at Mea- dowlark Lake in the Big Horn mountains where they attended a meeting of the Wyoming chap. ter of the Soil Conservation So- ciety of America. Also attending from Sundance were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Larsen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Waldo FAwonger and family. Mrs. Norman Godfrey of 0p- elousas, La., left Monday after visiting since July 11 with her A few low priced but attract- ive leftovers from our summer fashion sale. If you haven't been in, we'd suggest you drop by to- day. If you can find a fit, you'll find a good buy. Jack 'N Jil,I Shop, Sundance. Mr. and Mrs. Papul Sharp and Robert were guests at a family gathering hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ponath of Rapid City at Latch String Inn in Spearfish Canyon Sunday. The Sharps spent the afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. H. W. McCarroll of Deadwood The Rev. Patterson Keller, Dabble Hejde and Grace Marie Rounds returned Saturday eve- ning after spending two weeks at the Episcopal Church Camp at Centennial, Wyo. VIr. and 'Mrs. George Richards attended the Black Hills Pio. neers luncheon and program at the Franklin Hotel in Deadwood Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bernd and girls visited Mr. and Mrs. Larry Beagle and family while in Rap- id City Friday for optical appoint- ments. MrY~nd Mrs. Larry Petersen attended Frontier Days in Chey- enne Friday-Sunday. While in Cheyenne, the Petersens stayed with Mrs. Petersen's sister, Alice Fullerton. The Petersen children remained in Upton with their grandmother, Mrs. R. D. Darling- ton. Mrs. Frank Petera and sister, Miss Sylvia Drain left ~onday to spend the week visiting relatives near White River and Murdo, S. D'Fred Oudin and mother, Mrs. Annie Oudin, and Mrs. Margaret Oudin went on a sightseeing trip in the Moskee area Saturday. ,Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Lappe and Tommy were Saturday-Sunday guests of Mrs. Lappe's parents, ,Mr. and ~rs. John LRzel. Mrs. Lee Sehloredt and daugh- ter Judy, Mrs. G. R. Hudson and Donna Carnegie attedned Indian Days in Sheridan Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Richards were Tuesday callers in Sturgis and supper guests at the Sturgis area ranch home of Mrs. Rich- ards' son Richard Septka. The Richards attended Krazy Daze in daughter and family, the Rev. Belle Fourche Thursday. and ,Mrs. Patterson Keller. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Barker and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hooper, Bon- nie and Danny, Mrs. Maude Hooper and Mrs. Vern Ferdinand attended the Passion Phy in Spearfish Sunday evening. Mrs. Calvin Hayward drove to Rapid City Thursday for appoint- ments Thursday and stayed until Saturday with her daughters Donna Hayward and Mrs. Joe Jedrykowski in the Jedrykowski home. Fell fashions in full swing at the Jack 'N Jill Shop, Sundance. Air. and Mrs. Howard Harvey and family of Scottsbluff, Nab,, visited Mr. Harvey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Harvey Monday- Wednesday. All drove Rapid City, Tuesday to ,be with the Lloyd Cole family while rs. Cole underwent surgery at St. John's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Habeck and son Bob and nephew Douglas Hemler, camped and fished ~t West Tensleop in the Big Horn mountains Friday-Monday night. and Mrs. Jim Coulter and family of Be]field, N, D. visited Mrs. Coulters ,parents, Mr. and rs. Harry Watson, and Klm Thursday-Saturday. Ir. and y. M.French of Alva visited their dg] ter ana family, Mr, and Mrs. Ted Rounds Friday. / Republican Candidate for / Nomination as Clerk of Court I will greatly appreciate your support in the primary election, Aug. 16. family of Rapid City were Satur- day afternoon callers in the John LitzeI home. All picnicked st Router Springs that evening. The Barkers were enroute home from Yellowstone Park. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lappe and .Marlin spen Saturday shopping in Lead, Deadwood and Spear- fish. Dr. and Mrs. John Gilbert of Austin, Texas, arrived , ouday for a two-day visit with .Mr. Gil- bert's brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Gilbe Mr. and .Mrs. Calvin Hayward and Donna and Danny Hopson were Sunday ,guests of .Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Boulden of New- castle. John 'Binney m derwent eye surgery at St. John's hospital in Rapid CRy eBday. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Watson of Newcastle were Sunday evening c llers in the Harry Watson home. Saturday dinner ,guests in the Frank ~Fetera home were Mrs. I wish to announce that I am Betty Willoughby, Betsy and Brenda of Gillette and Mrs. Ruth Willoughboy of Casper. Mrs. Charles Donaldson, Mrs. Bill Glasby and Mrs. Sidney Ha~'- vey accompanied Mrs. John Bin- ney to Belle Fourche Monday af- ternoon where Mrs.,Binney visited in the Arlis Binney home while the other ladies shopped, Also visiting in the Arlis Binney home were Mrs. Binney's parents, the Rev, and Mrs. Ronald Rice. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Skeesick and family and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ralston attended the 10th annual square dance festival held in Rapid City Saturday evening, Mrs. Milten Gray, Mrs. Andrew Clark, Ardith and Alan and ,l~rs. Leslie Jones visited Mrs. Gr~'s and Mrs. Clark's uncle Tom Jones at St. Joseph's hospital in Dea~d. wood Monday. e Mrs. Floyd Brunson and her;~ sister, Mrs. Rose Brown, of Top:~ penish, Wash., visited relatives in Spearfish Tuesday, including their sister-in-law, Mrs. John Cra- go of Beulah, at Lookout Memor- ial hospital; their aunt, Mrs. Myrtle Crago, at the Dorse.tt Home and Mrs. Brunson's daugh- ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. sell Rogers. They also had lunch with their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moller of Crowe Peak. Mrs. Kathryn Beckmeyer of Sheridan and ,Mrs. W. H. Blake- man were guests of Mr. and Ma~. "Frank Blakeman and family for Sunday dinner in the Blakeman home and a picnic at Reuter Springs that evening. Charles Javrett of Rutland, VS. and son, George Jarrett of Kala- mazoo, Mich. arrived in Sundance July 19 and accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jarrett on a ,trip o Yellowstone and Teton Nation- al Parks and .Montana. They re- turned home July 25 and visited Devils Tower and attended the Passion Play before George Jar- rett left for home July 30. Charles Jarrett remained to visit his son and wife, the Fred Jar- retts, until Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Vines were gone Wednesday-Monday on a trip to Cody where they visited Mrs. Vines' nephew and wife, Mr. and .Mrs. John Ranks. Mr. Banks was a ,patient in the Cody hospital where he had recently undergone surgery. Mr. and Mrs. John Quint drove to Newcastle Tuesday evening where they attended a music program presented ,by a women's trio from Warner Pacific College of Portland, Ore., in the New- castle Church of God. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Sorensen Salem, Ore., arrived Monday for a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hibbard and amily. Mrs. Sorenson and Mrs. Hibbard are sisters. Betet.di Team and Sundance Air Force Station for the hot, pltallty shown m Sunday we pla~yed Sundenco. Mike Elmre, Manager EImre Liveal~k B~I:~II Team, Gillette, Wlm. a Candidate for the Republican Nomination for the Office of Crook County Assessor. I have served as Deputy Assessor for the past two years and feel that I am qualified for the job. Your support at the primary will be el:" preciafed. Thank You,