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August 19, 1948

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Fire a fire in the ranch home of Lil- located 2(! miles west on Miller Creek, the o! August 12. Mrs. Funeral Services for Vernon Hurd Funeral services for Pvt. Vern- on Hurd, whose body was recently returned from Europe. were held daughter, Mrs. Ches-Wednesday afternoon (August 11) and granddaughter, at the ~Spearfish Methodist church, .... Rev. C. F. McCall officiating. tnDun, were alone ..... i " "t " rivat th --" " viii]tary bur ai rl es zor p e , e Hie. ,,orKlng in ~ite so .... Hurd who was killed in action me utstance zrom '~ - ur ~" I n in W'- ....... near ,Luxer~oo g, ~e'ma y "~en (az about Lu rd . _. January of 1945 were conducted ay morning the ' e s o u- eve "" '" v ~bv the American L glen Po t N . p r tnesto e. " ..... 162 and the Veterans of Foreign Caned, but before arrive, the women the fire. No dam- than smoking up the a 'hole burned thl'ough The stove, was re- AT SHOWER Hejde was honored at bridal shower giv- August 12 from 8 ~. 'by Mrs. Wayne Kipp Helen Storrs at the R. M. Bernd. Bar- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. of Sundance, is en- be married to Wayne of - Cheyenne. ival, guests were pre- tea towels for Miss Which each em,broid- ~ame. Gifts were be- n~eans of a treasure the honoree searched the house for" hidden After all were collect- ]de opened them. The the evening with meat was in the Spearfish ceme- tery. Vernon Hurd was born Septem- ber 13, 1918, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter" Hurd at Buckhorn, Wyo- min,g. He attended grade school at ~Buckhorn and liigh school at Newcastle. He was employed by the tim~ber department of the Homestake Mining Co. from 19"I7 ~until he entered military training with the United States army o~) June 21. 1944. He left for over- seas duty on December, 3, 1944, arriving in France ten days later. Thirty-four days after his arrival he ~'as killed in action. He is survived by his wife, nee Norma E. Morehouse, to whom he was married July 18, 1938, his two children. Carroll Dean, age nine, and Helen Louise, age six: 8UNDANCE llfETHODIST CHURCH Wednesday: Prayer meeting, 2:30 p. m. Friday: Choir Rehearsal, 7:30 p. m. ~unday, August 22, 1948. spent Saturday at 'Devils Tower. Mrs. Anderson is ,Mrs. Jensen's niece and Mr. Kleven, her nephew. Mrs. Cornell, of Spearfish, a former resident here, was in Sun- dar~ce Friday. She will teach at i Albion, Montana this year. Friends from Nebraska were !overnight guests of the R. E. An- THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo., August 19, 1948 discussed exhibits for the fair. All books were ~bra~aght up to date. The girls made a plain butter cake and planned a supper for the mothez:s which will 'be served I0:00 a. m., Sunday school. Lesson : Dorcas". II:00 a. m. Worship service, dersons last week. at the next meeting. The boys Message: "For ,Saints Only; Sin- Mrs. L. Derosler and son, Loren,discussed their project. Emma hers N~ed Not Come." of Avondale, Arizona and Nels Lou served a delicious lunch ol~ 7:30 p m Evening' service. Ser- Nelson of Salem, Oregon went to cake and ice cream. men topic: "Who's A-gonnaTell?" Devils Tower and visited in Sun-The next meeting will be on Monday: Official ,board meeting dance on Monday. Mrs. Derosier August 15 at the home of Mrs. :30 p.m. and Mr. Nelson are v~ousins of - ~-lfsktll . C~. .U .... On ~turday. August 28 at 10.- Mrs. D. :B.,Hilton. . .~ :., ~ ~ :: ~ ~,!:~:,,;,:.~ .,0 a. m. tire Sunday school will Mz. and Mrs. John H. Conover have its picnic. All parenfs andand daughter Gerirude, of Bing- ~' SHOES REPAIRED WHILE YOU WAIT Mail your shoes in to us. We will fix them promptly and r~- turn them to you. Sundanee Shoe Shop Mr. and Mrs. George Horlocker ii i children invited. Bring a lunch. Good time p~anned for all. ------X, S0N B0] N TO THE RAYMOND VINES' Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Vines are the parents of a son born at SI. Joseph's hospital in Deadwood on August 10th. The boy, whom they have named Leon Franklin, weighed six pounds, ten otlnces. --X Personal Items (;a~sts of Mrs. Ethel Hart this week were Major and Mrs. Bart- lett. and their daughter. Laura Ann, from 5Ionterey, California, PMrs. Bartlett is Mrs. tlart's niece. Major Bartlett just returned from Korea, where ffis wife and daugh- ter had joined him for" two of the three ye.rs he has been stationed the1'e with th U. S. Army. The Bartletts spent part of their visit with the families of Frank Shew- ey and Charles Hart before con- hamton, New York, arrived Aug- ust 12th to stay with Mrs. Marie Anderson tlntil August 24th. Mrs, Conover is the sister of Mrs. An- derson. The Conovers visited rel- atives in Sturgis, ~South Dakota on Sunday, August 15th, went to see the Passion Play at Spearfmh on August 17th and plan to visit elatives in Belle Fourche on Aug- ust 19th. An eye specialist in Portland, Oregon. confirms the prognosis of the Wyon~ing doctor who took care of RObert Sevey Schloredt's eye injury, stating that all has been done for it that can ~ae done, until perhaps at some later date an operation may improve the sight of t.he eye. The Portland doctor commended the work done on the eye. and believes vision may gradually increase a little. Robert is Mrs. Velma~ Case's grandson. Dr. and Mrs. R. I. Port drove ton Tuesda where Dr. Port