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a m E. V. Robertson, in Cheyenne for two- week enroute from D. C. termed the ree- session of congress a session called for po- by the President to away from the facing the nation, infiltration of corn- OUr government." said he felt the COmbat inflation and which the special the President, to- the powers he already he uses them," to cure the ~wo seri- in a short time. are way out of line that the legislation and handed the Presi- with the powers he if he will use them, to lower prices in a he said, the steadily increas- Payroll and charged year increase" ,000 persons daily to offices was "being put American people by administration." to the American peo- "to step in and the facts" concerning infiItrgtl0n .into ,high the federal govern- has refused allow the investi- access to loyalty eurren fly brought w8 know how far this has gone and what's won't know until the administration as- and we have access ~enator Robert- 't know how many of persons added daily payroll are Com- er Communist-sympa- one can tell, me their rosen thoroly checked. otherwise." get rid of every Corn- federal payroll and of my party, that administration there Will be a there he stated. who this camlaaign for re- the U. S. Senate, de- WOuld visit every sec- state in the coming ~ore than anything to my People the ~laresent situation, and international, ~ae, I'm going to do "-2__ Arch Creek ,< (This Week) Stevens called at Mrs. Art Hager- evening. combined for Mer- and Sunday, nice Shower of rain ing at the Barton 'Don't leave your tools in com- bine when along the road the other fellow may need tools. B. J. Ankeney finished com- bining his oats the llth. Mrs. Merritt Barton and her mother were in Gillette the 12th. We had a nice rain the p. m. of the 12th, also some hail. Willard .May began to combine Thursday. A Texas company is doing the work. Merritt Barton and 3'ohnnie Queen were riding for ca(tle on Thursday. Bruce Gose is spending two days at the ,home ranch. Had a good rain in P. M., the 13th. Daisy May visited at the ranch Friday. Floyd Brunson family have been having a siege with flu. (Last Week) ,Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Gose are spending several days in Casper, Wyo. on business. Sara is visit- ing her sister while her parents are away. B. J. Ankeney was combining oats for Wallace May Tuesday. Willard May is helping haul. George Wise is having tractor trottble. He made a trip to Up- ton after repairs Tuesday a. m. J John Barton of Nebras- Omaha, ka spent several days visiting his mother andS,brothers. He return- ed to his home ,Sunday. "~Voodrow Pete]rson was in Up- ton Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Materi visit- ed her mother at the ranch Sun- day. A cattle buyer from California was in this vicinity several days this week. He bought Art Hag- el~man's steers. It looks like olden days to see the shocks of grain. Art Hagerman broke a wheel on the binder Tuesday a. m. and had it welded in U@ton. Woodrow Peterson was in Up- ton Tuesday. Margie Barton of ,Denver, Colo. is spending her 2-week vacatoin with her grandmother and uncles. Bill Hagerman |s driving the combine for his brother Art. George Wise called at the Bar- ton ranch Wednesday. .The wind blew terrible Wed- nesday but several kept on com- bining. Mrs. Ankeney is quite busy .picking choke cherries and mak- ing jell. tMr. and Mrs. Harvey Reed call- ed at the AnkeRey ranch Thurs- day a. m. The Barton ranch was forsak- en Saturday. They all ~vent tc Dea6wood to ~Days of '76. Bill Hagerman took the com- bine to his father's ranch Thurs- day. Art Hagerman ~went to Upton Thursday p. m. on ~business. We had a nice rain Thursday a, m. The relatives of George Lock have .our sympathy in this sad hour. -X The U. S. Navy has been au- thorized by recent Legislation to not rain at the enroll not over 6,500 women in Ankeney had the mis- its regular service in the next break his truck, two years. Queen tOOk quite illIn World War II, Navy submar- His mother took him, ines were credited with sinking MOnday. 201 Japanese merchant vessels of Called at the Bar-500 or more gross tons, totalling an ranch Tuesday 4,779,902 tons. and son made Although the Navy's su'bmarine to Upton Tues- service had less than two~ percent of the total Navy personnel, the called Tuesday submarine forces sank two-thirds on busiae~, of all Japanese ~ips accounted for by the ~lavy during World War H. . **it A U. ~. Navy st~bmarlne com- mander was distressed when he surfaced after havl~g been depth homered ,by the Japanese and found an unexploded bomb lodged on the submarine deck. Tl~e re- sourceful skipper however, loaded the bom~ on a rubber liferaft and TSfli] ~UNDA~CE TT1WES Sundan~, Wyo., Au~st 19, 1948 carefully sailed away, . 'The annual rental paid by the Navy for leased properties has been reduced by $15,000,000 since the close of World War~I. / IL lues Sleeveless, Slip-on Assorted Colors Sizes 2 to 10 $2.25 Sizes 10 to 16 Plaid Wools and Plain Rayons $7.75 mN DUNGAREES $ Oz. & 10 Oz. Weight Sizes 4 to 16 $1.79 to $2.39 Sizes 3 to 14 Made by Allen, in Brown or Gray Mixture" Sizes 4 to 12 $4.75 $1.98 to $4.95 Sizes 7 to 14 $1.98 to $2.49 Sanforized Shrunk Size 6 to 16 $2.29 All Sizes 20c to 49e for aH the Family--None Better