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Becky Kummerfeld, Prairie Pals 44t Club member had the champion demonstration in the agricultural division at the Crook County Fair. Her demonstration "Value of Performance Testing" shewed the advantages of select- ing livestock through the use of records. Becky won a trophy from the Crook County Farm Bureau. Four Corners Mrs. Jerry Miller and daugh. ters arriver from Cheyenne Tues- day evening to visit her parents Mr. and Mrs. Art Taylor, other relatives and friends here for the next ten days. Mr. and Mr.s Andy Wocicki were Sunday dinner guests of Mr .and ,Mrs. Felix Perino. Louis Mico~ini was a social caller at the Jay ,Mayberry home Thursday evening. Gary Fall stayed with Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mayberry over the week- end. Jimm~e Buricson stayed with his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Art Taylor several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mayberry were Friday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Fall and Gary. Mrs. Art Taylor, Mrs. Jerry Miller and daughters were social callers at the Felix Perino home Thursday afternoon. .Mr. and Mrs. James Chittim, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hunter and family were Sunday evening din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Peterson and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Little were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lesley Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mayberry and Gary Fall were social callers of Mr. and Mrs. Art Taylor Sat- urday evening. Mrs. Felix Perino, Mary and Bob were shopping in Sundance Monday afternon. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Burleson and family, Mrs. Jerry Miler and daughters were Sunday dinner guests at the Art Taylor home. Mr. and Mrs. Art Taylor, Mrs. Jerry Miller and daughters were Friday evening dinner guests of Mr. and ~Mrs. Bill Burleson, Con- nie and Jimmie. Debbie Roberts was a house guest of Marlyn Pzinski over the weekend. Jay Mayberry and Gary Fall were shopping in Belle Fourche Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Farley were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lissolo. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pzinski and daughters were shopping in Spearfish Monday. Mrs. Walter Simpson from Castana, Ia., Mr. and Mrs. Jack Graham and family from Sioux City, la. were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lesley Simpson Saturday. ,Mr. and Mrs. David Peterson were also callers dur- ing the evening. Aug. 22 The Homestake loading crew are now working at the John Miller place south of Rifle Pit divide, due to the rain Friday, they were unable to haul logs. Mrs. Bonnie Cornella and baby son returned home Sunda~" from Lookout memorial hospital at Spearfish. The first son of Terry and Bonnie Cornelia has been named, Shaun Richard and is the Dick Courchaine's first grand- child. He was born Aug. 14 weighing 10 lbs. 2 oz. Mr. and Mrs. Cornella of Dickinson, N. D. are the paternal grandparents. Mrs. Dagmar Wendt has ,been a patient in $l. Josephs hospital at Deadwood, ~. D. the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Suggs were ~aturday visitors at the Don Wendt home, also the Ray pulses. Mrs. Frances Stewart has re- KENNETH SERRES Gillette Office Manager ~ v v v v v v v v v v v v v v CREDIT LOANS & FARMERS Cattlemen, sheepmen, feeders and farmers find PCA loans suited to fit their needs. Op- eratlng loans are usually made for a period of one year and repayments are ~lanned to come due at the time livestock or crops are marketed. Pro- dttctien Credit loans are or- dinarily secured by livestock, feed, machinery and other chattels. Family living expenses, real estate and lease payments, livestock purchases, machiner purelmses, feed - anything that could be called "operating ex- penses" can be advanced by Four ~PCA. You save by paying interest only for the exact number of days you use a certain amount of money. A line of credit is set up so you have money available when you need it. I Your PCA money really works /for you. ~Why not stop in and visit with Kenneth Serres ~bout an oper- ating ~lo/m tailored to fit your needs. Y~u'll find him at the P~ J. Macy Law O~ice every Tuesday. SUNDANCE FIELD OFFICE "R. J. Macy Law Office" Tuesdays - 9 to 12 A. M. Swingers Get e SPEARFISH BOOKSTORE 3 Subject 250 Sheet Pkg. COMPOSITION TYPING BOOKS PAPER $1 Value 49 PENCIL Olivetti-U n derwood Typewriters Portable, Stenclard Electric. From $59.50. Check the Lettera --- a perfect, smell electric at a reasonable price. COMPLETE SERVICE ON ALL ADDING MA- CHINES, CALCULATORS, TYPEWRITERS. CALL COLLECT 642-2740. SPEARFISH BOOKSTORE turned to her home here, after spending the summer in Iowa with her daughter and family. THE Sundance, Wyo. ,i THE COMBINATION THE RED GUEEN With the lines of a reial lady. ; Completely self-storing. Glass and screen removable for easy cleaning. Price includes IDEAL hardware and push button latch. Weatherstripped with red Poly-Pilee. 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