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Owen of Sturgis won filght in the golf tourna- Sundance last Sun. 96. Second in the flight was Kay of Sturgis. She t ~Sults: -~ Helen Overpeck, 110; Alice Ann Olive Butler, Haze Kellog, Rapid /light -- Mildred Dur- 1~11; Nell Free- 112. -- Claire Tracy, 118; B~rbara Reynolds, also won a putting bIiller of Spear. aers; ~ive on No. 1 -- Kay to pin on No. 3 NewelI. honors went to Aud- Elaine Owen, and who all shot 50 on ADMITTED Ruby Sager, Sundanee Mary Yount, Moor- ~" Kate Friend, Terry ndanee. ~0. Lillian Ames, Moor- Gladys Ware, Gene- Sundance. DISMISSED - Nellie Humphrey, Neva Davis, Alva. - Ruby Sager, Sun- Wesley Nussbaum, Sundance; Mary ; Richard S.D. BIRTHS Aug. 16 - 3 lb. 10 oz. girl to Mr. and Mrs. Edward .Martin, Gillette. Aug. 21 - 7 lb. 13 oz. girl to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Ames, Moorcroft. DEATHS Aug. 17 - Baby girl Martin. Mrs. Orvin Bennett and sons of Lovell arrived Saturday to visit until Friday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Donaldson. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Duca and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Sisson and children were among the dinner guests in the Ancil Sisson home in Moorcroft, Sun- day. Other guests were Ancil and Merle Sisson's brother and wife Mr. and ,Mrs. Leslie Sisson of Oshkosh, Nebr.; and their sis- ter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Bob Conoy of Buffalo. Mr. and ~rs. Raymond Vines and daughter, Mrs. ~LeRoy Butts, and son drove to Buffalo, Friday to meet the Vines' daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sed- lacek of Houston. Mr. Vines and Mr. Sedlacek then joined three friends from Sundance on a week- end fishing t~Lp in the Big Horn mountains while Mrs. Vines, Mrs. Butts and son and Mrs. Sedlacek and baby returned to Sundance. The Sedlacek amily will visit relatives in Sundance until Thurs. da~ when they will leave for Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Knipp of Osage were Friday visitors in the Jim Morris home. ,Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hauber o~ Emery, S. D. ~vere afternoon visitors in the Bob Beaudoin home Wednesday of last week. Irvin Brown and mother Mrs. Rose Brown and uncle Ernest Smith left Thursday morning for their homes in Toppenish, Wash., after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd ,Brunson and other relatives in and around Sundance. Mrs. Brown had spent a month in the area. Mr. and Mrs. William Carlson of Pierce, Colo. and Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Wahlquist of Ea~ton, Colo. spent Friday overnight with Mrs. Freda Peterson then all drove to Buffalo Saturday to attend the wedding of Keith Hubbard. :Mrs. Carlson, Mrs. Wahlquist and Mrs. Peterson are sisters and Mr. Hub- bard, ,their nephew. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. BiU Walters were Mrs. Walters' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Habeck, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Habeck and son and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Habeck and Bob. The Herman Habecks left Monday to visit another daughter and hus- band Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ir,~ght near Boise, Idaho before travel- ing to Phoenix for the winter. Dr. G. R. Hudson and Lee Schloredt flew Dr. Hudson's niece Mary Phyll .Dreyer, to R~pid CRy, Saturday where Miss Dreyer boarded a plane for her return flight home to Huntsville, Mo. Bale Your Hay With Co-Op Twine Fence Your Land With Co-Op Steel Posts and Wire Roof Your Buildings with Co-Op ......"Strong Bar" Steel Give More Power to Your Tractors and Trucks With Co-Op Fuels and Lubricants Ride in Safety on Co-Op Tires and Tubes Mend Your Breakdowns With Co-Op Welding Gas and Rod Paint Your Buildings With Co-Op Paints THEN ... When "The work's all done this fall, take a vacation with the money you saved by doing your business at Hulett, Wyo. POUND Fresh, USDA Choice Sliced, No. 2 Can 4 for $1 Food King I I I POTATO CHIPS, 14 oz. Bag MJB, Pkg. 100 III I Ill ROCKY FORD Canteloupe / Surfresh Saltine 1 Ib- 27 Sliced Northern Tissue 4 rolls - "Your Home Town Grocery Store Give It a Try"