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exhibits his champ- Hereford heifer. The was overall reserve 0Uston Creek and Mrs. Jim Bowers and of Broadus Mont. were and Sunday the Wyman Bushnell and Mrs. Herman *army joined the Sunday. The were dinner guests home Thursday. ~Irs. Wilford Kennedy and Mr. and Mrs. were Wednes- guests at the Herman to honor the birth- Kennedy. Jim family were dinner Kennedy home on ~' Mrs. Alice Kennedy Ki'ser of Sheridan were Visitors. t~. Chatfield was a tlinner guest of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. of Bttffalo spent the at the Chatfield home sses A Timex Student needs to ~vhat time it is. And, Timex, he can afford Resistant - - - $6.95 Watches - - - $7.95 )roof and Resistant - -. $9.95 Shock Sweep Hand, Rad- Dial $11.95 g m ~ I D m $15.95 WATCHES $14.95 :e Drug champion and open reserve champion. and with members of the Chat. field families visited Mr. Chat- field at the hospital. ,Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cum- mings and daughter of Spearfish, Mrs. Wayne Nolin and Misses Margaret and Helen Justice of Bondurant, Ia. and Mr. and Mrs. Sturgis and daughter of Tipton, Okla. were supper guests at the home of Air. and Mrs. Paul Cum- mings Monday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Cummings were busi- ness visitors in Rapid City Friday and SUl~per guests at the Rich. ard ,Cummings home in Spear- fish. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cum- mings and family are vacation. ing in Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Les. ter Sherrard were Sunday sup- per guests at the Paul Cummings home. Fritz Chatfield served on the election board Tuesday and Mrs. Chatfield visited with E. B. Chat- field at the hospital and with her mother, Mrs. Marie Andersen. Mr. and Mrs. Chatfield were guests of Miss Ruth Frolander for Friday supper at Kelly's at the Tower and Miss Cheryl Chat- field attended the Forest Service banquet at Beulah. The Chat- field family had supper Sunday with Mrs. E. B. Chatfield and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Kennedy and Harold were Saturday callers at the Chatfield home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Habeck and Lee went to Yellowstone Park Tuesday for a few days vacation They visited Mr. and Mrs. Fran- cis Johnson at Moran and Mr. and Mrs. Vince Hemler at Lan- der as well as sightseeing in the Jackson Hole country. They re- turned Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Habeck took care of the ranch chores during their ab- sence. The Habeck families and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Itabeck left Monday for Boise, Ida. for a visit with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Knight. Mrs. Richard Snider and young folk went to Rapid City Thurs- day and were overnight visitors at the Robert Stanton home. Judy Snider attended a party at the Charles Kokesh home Fri- day night and was an overnight guest of Carla Hughes. Mrs. Snider was in town Saturday and Carla accompanied her home for a few days visit. The Snider family visited at the home of Mrs. Helen Lake and family Sun- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Snider of Buffalo, Wyo. were Thursday overnight guests at the Snider home. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Schelldorf were Sunday dinner guests of Harold Schelldorf and mother. Mr. and Mrs. Ursel McPherson and family of Lewiston, Ida. were Wednesday overnight visitors at the Charles Chatfield home whil eenroute to Texas. Mrs. McPherson is Mrs. Chatfield's cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Kennedy and Harold, Mrs. Alice Kennedy and Roy Kiser were Saturday afternoon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. John Thorne were over- night guests and on Sunday the group were guests at the Jay Riehards home in Hulett. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Williams were callers during the week. ~rs. Leonard Snook accompa- nied Mrs. Marlene Taylor and children to Belle Fourche Satur- THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundanca, Wyo. August 25, 1966 day. Mr. and Mrs, Snook were Tuesday evening dinner guests at the A1 Schelldorf home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Reinert were Fri- day evening dinner and over- night guests at the Snook home. They left Saturday for their home in Ensign, Kans. Richard Peterson was a Wed- nesday supper guest at the Fran- cis Grubb home. Mrs. Grubb and daughters were business callers in town Saturday. Mrs. Vic Hardy of Denver, ,Mrs. Anna Durfee and Mrs. Richard Hooper were Saturday afternoon guests of Mrs. Mamie McAnally. When swimming under ice, mink, beaver and muskrats of- ten breathe from air bubbles that are trapped there. I want to express my thanks to all of those" I who supported me in the primary election. Your continued support will be greatly appreciated in the Nov. 8 election. Thank You, Kenneth Canfield, County Commissioner Democratic Candidate for Re-election Just west of the Highway 85-14 Junction Near Tastee Freez The interiors of these trailers are not damaged. If you're half-way handy, you can fix one up quite easily. lill