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In the Black Hills of Wyoming Reduced from 80 to 45 Days The Sundance Times, Sundance, Wyoming Duck Hunting Season Is' Moorcroft weekly Roundup Open seasons. No open season is provided on snow geese or on ross' geese and swans in Beaverhead, Gallatin, and Madison counties in Montana in Idaho, Wyoming and in states bordering on the Atlantic ocean. The open seasons for wild ducks, geese, brant and coot in- clude *both dates inclusive: Rails and gallinules~--The open season on rails and gallinules (ex_ cept coot) shall be from Sept. 1 to Nov. 30, 'both dates inclusive except as follows: The daily bag limit on geese and brant (except snow geese in Beaverhead, Gallitan, and Mad_ ison counties in Montana, in Ida_ ho, in Wyoming and in states bor- dering on the Atlantic ocean Canada geese, including Hutch_ ins and cackling geese, and white_ fronted geese in Minnesota, Wis_ consin, Michigan, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Missouri, Ken- tucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, L~ul. siana, Mississippi, and Alabama and Ross' geese anywhere) is 2 of any kind in any combination, including brant, plus 2 snow geese or 2 blue geese singly or in the aggregate. No person may possess more than these limits. Mourning or turtle dove and white_winged dove--ten in the aggregate of both kinds, and any person may possess not more than 10 mourning doves or more than 10 white_winged doves. SPEC,IA,L WHILE THEY LAST--- PACKET STATIONERY AND ENVELOPES, 10c--THE TIMES Mrs. J. R. Anderson, of Whit_ ney, Nebraska and mother of Mrs. 'Duke .Olds of Sundance arrived in ,Sundance Monday evening. She was called here 'by the death of a ,brother, Albert Houston, at Spear_ fish Friday. WASHINGTON--A 45-day duck hunting season--a reduction of 35 days from last year--has been nnnounced by Secretary of In. terior Krug. The regulations for the 1946 :hunting season also reduce the daily bag limit from 10 to 7, and the possession limit from 20 to 14. Shooting hours for waterfowl, coot, rails, and Gallinules will run from one_half hour 'before sun_ rise to one-half hour before sun_ set. This .clips one_half hour from the closing end of the day. In announcing the regulations, Krug ,called the duck_:hunting rules the most drastic since 1938. High points of the 1946 regu. ]ations include: The waterfowl season runs from Oct. 5 to Nov. 18 in the northern zone; from Oct. 26 to Dec. 9 in the intermediate zone: from Nov. 23 to Jan. 6 in the southern zone. The daily bag and possession limits for geese have been reduced to two of any kind in any com- bination, including brant, plus two snow geese or two blue geese, singly or in combination. At the request of state ~ame of_ icials, Kentucky has been trans_ ferred to the southern zone; Iowa Montana and Ohio to the inter. mediate zone. Arizona. Colorado, Kansas, Ne- ibraska, Nevada, Utah, and Wyo_ Tning are added to the list of states with a .closed season for shotting wood ducks. The post_season period for pos_ session of migratory game birds remains 90 days. The regulations prohibit the taking of :waterfowl by means of bait or with the aid of live ducks or goose decoys. The regulations include: Crook County Frozen Food Lockers Fred and Lucille Sundance, Wyo. CHIPPEWA FIELD BOOTS ALL SIZES 17 Inch ................................................ $10.95 11 Inch ................................................ $10.95 ******** FLOOR MATS FOR MOST ALL CARS 1.45 to 3.19 eue Gambles Trusty Moore of the Little Mis_ souri country was a visitor in town Tuesday. tie tells us their daughter, Mrs. Kella Beck and son of San Jose, Calif. are visit_ ing at home for a short time. They came by plane to Cheyenne where Mrs. Moore met them. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Clark and daughter of New Haven and Miss Glenna Atkinson were Moorcroft visitors Tuesday. Rodney Port of Sundance was an overnight visitor in Moorcroft Tuesday night. Frank Stewart of Rozet was shopping in town Tuesday. Mrs. Tom Harris and son of Wessex were visitors in town Sun_ day. Mr. and Mrs. Rollins are the proud parents of a 7 pound ,ba_ by girl ~born .Sunday in Sheridan. She has been named Marsha Di_ Lnne. Mrs. C. C. Hughes returned home Monday after spending sev_ eral weeks in Sheridan. Miss Ione Waddell visited Miss Flossie Hall in Gillette a few days this week. At the home of lVIr. and Mrs. Russell Krause, a family reunion of the Schlattman family wa's held Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Hank Schlattman and daugh_ ter who are visiting here from Ne'braska. Twenty_nine relatives enjoyed the delicious chicken dinner. Visitors in town Friday were Mrs. Orville Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. Sam McKean, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hollingsworth. Mr. ;and Mrs. Claude ~Storm of New Haven were visitors in town Thursday. Mrs. Storm was a pass_ enger of 42 to Nebr. to visit rela_ tives for a few days. Hans Kummerfeld and Emil Evy were shoppers in town Thurs_ day. Mrs. Sam McKinney, Ruth and Earl returned Friday from Ra_ venna, Nebr. where they visited :elatives the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Sam McKean were shopping in town Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Currie Griffis of Upton were visitors in town Fri_ day. Mrs. Fred Kummerfeld enter_ :ained several young girls Thurs_ day ~n honor of her niece, Carol Lee of Osage. Lee Jones of Provo came up on 43 Thursday for a few days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Kummer_ feld motored to Cheyenne last week ~)ringing their d~aughter, Marie home to spend some time at the ranch. Bernard Schuricht is the owner of a new DeSoto coupe. Mrs. Fred Kummerfeld and Miss Marie Kummerfeld were Sat_ urday visitors in town. Mr. and Mrs. Hess write from Medford, Oregon. Mr. Robert Gar_ man and daughter Roberts visit_ ed them. Mr. Garman is visiting his brott~er Carl and family who lives near Medford. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Jones of Carlile were supper guests Sat_ urday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. John 9cburicht ~nd Mrs. Hayes, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Deeder and daughters at_ tended the show in town Satur_ day evening. Miss V. Kay Deeder visited Miss Flossie Hall in Gillette Fri. day and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stubbart who are now living in Sundance were visitors in Moorcroft Sat_ urday night. Donald tells us he ss now working on ~:he county patrol. X Beulah ~[rs. Ralph Nickelson and son called on Mrs. Doyle Christy and Mrs. Gerald Blakeman on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tauck were shopping in the Hills towns on Tuesday. Mrs. Frank Tauck entertained the Redwater Homemakers Club Wednesday afternoon. ,Several members were present. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Mills and M~arlene returned from a five day vacation spent at Lincoln, Nebr. and Sioux City, Iowa on Wednesday. Gerald Blakeman stayed home Thorsday to build a porch on his house, his father also assisted him. Leo Crago comhined grain at their- ranch during the week. The Crago's are still putting up hay over near Belle Fourche. Myrtle Mathews went to Spear- fish Friday to meet a friend, Mrs. Majeck, from Los Angeles, Calif. The latter spent several days vis_ iting at the W. H. Mathews home. Clifford Island and hired man, A.lh. Dealer Matson Bros. Spearfish, S. Dak. Mrs. Frank Tauck, Mrs. Ralph Nickelson and children were pick_ ing service berries near Cement Ridge on Friday. Everyone welcomed the nice rain we had ,Saturday P. M. and evening. The crops and gardens were badly in need of some mois_ ture. Mr. and ]Vrrs. Frank Blakeman and son and W. H. Blakeman were visiting at the Gerald Blakeman home both Friday and Saturday evenings. Lou Sommers who is still work_ ing on Hay Creek spen.t Saturday and Sunday with her sister Anna. Mrs. Chas. Guidinger helped her sister, Mrs. Justice, cook for threshers one day this week. Leslie Mathews had the mis- fortune to break his combine this week, which delayed the harvest_ ing quite a lot. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blakeman and sons spent .Sunday at the formers parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Singletons north of Carlile. Mrs. J. W. Steeh and son Arden of Chadron, Nebr. and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hungerford of Chi- cago, Illinois, arrived in Sun_ dance Sunday for a weeks visit with the Herb ~Stechs. Mrs. :Hun_ gerford is Herb Stech's sister. Thursday, August 29, CARD 01~ THANKS For the many beautiful floral offerings, expressions of syruP thy, and acts of kindness ed to us after the sudden our loved one we want to our sincere thanks and tion. We also take this means thanking those who furnished funeral music. Mrs. Lulu Nielsen snd family Mr. and Mrs. Ben Colvin and family Mr. and Mrs. Vic French and family Mr. and Mrs. Dillon Ruland and son Lift that Mortgage| $10 a month invested in a policy now may one day hold your family to. gether--in ~helr own home.. Geo. W. Richards Phone 87 Sundance Repre~enfing Trill MUTUAL LIFII INSURANCE COMPANY ef NEW YORK 4 Natseu Strut, New York ~il~, Tie Up the Old Money Bag And come in to the annual FREE Crook County Fair. Two big days of entertain- ment to which we welcome you. Tracy Motor Co. Sundance Moorcroft Western Rad/o Serv e Harry Clingan Sundance And bring the radio in to us for econom- ical, efficient servicing. If That Radio Needs Repair .........