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Initial mouse in@culation tests indicate that the kitten which scratched or bit three-year-old Nancy Schelldorf July 14 was probably rabid. Five mice, inoculated July 22 with the kitten'~ brain tissue, died in the p~riod from July 25 to Aug. 7. If rabies is not identified in a microscopic analysis of the brain of a suspect animal, the mouse inoculation series is used. Further tests are being run. Dr. J. F. Ryff, veterinarian with the Wyoming State Veterinary Laboratory in Laramie, reported the fiundings of the first tests in a letter to Dr. James TI Summers Sundance veterarian who sub- mitted the kitten for analysis. Dr. Ryff's letter: "As reported, the kitten with possible exposure to skunk bite lived for two days after you broug, ht it down here. Bodies suggestive of Negri bodies (evi- dence of rabies) were seen in the brain tissue but they were not definite in appearance. "Five mice were inoculated in- racerebrally July 22. One was dead July 25. One was paralyzed Aug. 1 and dead Aug. 2 (11 days). One was para- lyzed Aug. 2 and dead Aug. 3 (12 days). One was reluctant to move Aug. 5 and it and the last mouse were dead Aug. 7 (16 days). "Death in mice after such in- ocuhtion are presmuptive of rabies, but in this instance, with the paralysis noted and deaths in the time interval observed and the other indications in ~his case, I would feel we were definitely dealing with rabies." Respectfully Yours, J. F. Ryff, DVM, Wyoming State University Lab. oratory, Laramie, Wyo. Immediately after the young Schelldorf girl was scratched by the kitten, she and her family underwent a series of duck em- bryo rabies inoculations. Miller Creek ~Kr. and Mrs. ,Herb Scott visit- eel Mrs. Mary Lebo at the Dor- sett home in Spearfish Friday and attended the fair Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. ,Hal Oudln and Monte Moeller visited :Mr. and Mrs. Herb Scott Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Bill Habeck and Mrs. Herb Scott called at the ,Hal Oudin home Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin, Ken Hutchins, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hab- eck and Philip and Mr. and Rey- nard Mills worked on the Farm Bureau booth at the fair grounds Wednesday evening.~ Mrs. Annie Oudin, Fred Oudin and Mr. and :Mrs. Jerry Greenwood and baby were Sunday dinner guests at the Hal Oudin home Aug. 7. Pete and Philip Kudlock, Bill and Philip Habeek and Walter Vore were ~linner guests at the Keith Kudlock home Tuesday w!iere they helped with thresh- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Pete "Kud- lock and Mr. and Mrs. Philip F~dlock and family were dinner guests Wednesday at Kudlock's. Mrs. Keith Kudlock kept a dental appointment at Rapid City Thurs- day. Sunday, Keith attended the rodeo in Sundance and Mrs. Keith Kudlock and sons visited at the Joe Kokesh home. ~Ir. and Mrs. Earl Randell and Mrs, Peggy Sears visited at the Lorey Anderson and Walter Nich- olson homes last week. Mr. and Mrs, Carl Carlson, Rockford. Ill., also visited the Anderson and Nieholson families the same week. Mr. and Mrs. Ted KirR. patrick, Spearfish, called at the Walter Nichotson ,home Sunday, Aug. 7. Mrs. Walter Nieholson visited at the Lorey Anderson home Saturday'evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Barnes and daughters called at the Anderson home Sun- day afternoon. Mrs. Walter Nich- olson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Barnes and daughters to the 4-1I style revue Friday even- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nich- olson and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Barnes and family attended the fair and parade Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Buster Allen and family accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bears and boys to the Upton drive in movie Saturday evening. Aug. 6, Buster Allen shopped at Carlile Monday and Thursday and caller at the Harry Garman shop T, hursday. Mrs. Buster Allen and children shopped in Sundance Tuesday and Mrs. Allen consult- ed the Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bears and sons, Marshall Bears and Alfred Bears were Satur- day afternoon coffee guests at the Buster Allen home. Mr. and Mrs. Buster Allen and family spent Saturday night at the Mar- shall Bears home. A severe rain and hail storm crossed Sunny Divide Thursday late afternoon leaving from one to two inches of rain and destroy- ing gardens and grain not har- vested. ERASABLE BOND, LEGAL ANI) letter size. Now at The Tlm~. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ralston returned home Monday after visiting a week with their daugh- ter and family Mr. and Mrs. Bob Botz and family of Bismark, North Dakota and another daugh- ter and family Mr. and Mrs. Floren Mischel of St. Paul, Minn- esota who were also visiting in the Botz home. The Ralstons also visited relatives in Dickenson, North Dakota. Saturday afternon visitors in the Harold Skeesick home were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fiedler and children of Deadwood. 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