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of Wyoming The Sundance Times, Sundance, Wyoming Thursday, August 99, 1940 Colony crew--about 35 the Newland and son Wednesday. Shackett visited with at Fruitdale over the from the weather Cheyenne, was check_ te Colony Bureau Sun- Cota W. ~Shepard has the Colony Bureau. Mrs. W. F. Newland Belle Fourche ~aturday Also Cola W. Shep_ 'wife were transacting In Belle Fourche, Fri_ Geisinger visited a few iWeek with Dale Raber. attended the dance at 'Saturday evening. and Mr. and Mrs. ewland attended the sale at the Belle Four- Yards. N. Groat and son AI_ Albert's daughter Betty 'been visiting in and for a few days, for a tour of the s before returning to in Council Bluffs, Ia. Cola W. Shepard guests at the Brant. Sunday. Jl]a Aron, a sister of and Mrs. Georgia Banks, of Riverton, Wyoming, are visiting w i t h Mrs. Frankie Thompson, of Spearfish. Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Banks are nieces of Arthur Raber and for_ mer residents of Colony. The Colony Homemakers Club met on Tuesday, August 20th "at the home of Mrs. Frances Harney. Most of the members were pres_ ent and, an enjoyable afternoon was had by all. The office of Sec'y-Treas. was voted filled by Mrs. Ruby Roberson. It was for_ merly held by Mrs. John Harney but due to new work she had to resign. After the business meet_ ing Mrs. Harney served a lovely lunch. The next meeting will be held at Mrs..Ruqby Shepard's with the Misses Elsie and Mabel Nor_ ton a hostesses. 'The date is Sep_ tem~ber 17th. Personal Items Herb Minnich, Carlile rancher was attending to 'business affairs here Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Scott ,and daughter Agnes former residents who have been visiting and at- tending to 'business affairs in the county for the past month, left Wednesday .morning for their home in Omaha, Nebraska. 'Sun_ day the ,Scotts were dinner guests of Mrs. Mary Lebo and son Rod. ney ,at the Lebo's ranch home near Devils ToWer. Lyle Putman of Carlile was in ,Sundance Tuesday. He reports that Penn Smith and Pete Hay_ worth who farm his place near the Devils Tower finished harvest- ing last week. They reaped a crop of 12,444 bushels of wheat with the best field of fail wheat averaging 38 bushels to the acre and Spring wheat 20 bushels. The barley yield was 30 bushels to the acre. John Seely, merchant of the Seely community, was a business visitor in Sundance Monday. Newell Joyner, custodian of the Devils Tower national monument park was attending to business in Sundance Monday. Newell says there are still lots of t~urists go_ ing to the tower, Helen Olds and Marjorie Tink. com returned to Sundance Friday, August 16th from Rapid City where they .completed a 12 month course in the NatiOnal ~chool of Business. Mr. and Mrs. Francis HeJde and family returned to Sundance Sun- day after a two weeks vacation trip to Nebraska and return. Mrs. Clarice Newman is mov. ing to Sundanee in the near fu_ ture. She has sold her care. Mr. and Mrs. Art Morgan are the new owners and took over the first of the week. LEGAL FORMS AT THE TI1WES All Of Us At Security Trust & Title Co. Bid You Welcome to the County Fair Here's wishing you two grand days of fun and entertainment. WE LATTER PART OF NEXT WEEK WILL HAVE PLENTY OF Canning Peaches Pears--Plums Tomatoes 0~0~ Cash Market J. Altizer Sundance le Auction TAKE TIME OUT FOR THE FAIR the Old Earl Mitts place 5 miles south Sundance on Newcastle Highway. Lunch at Noon.. Sale Starts at 1:00 p.m. YOU Deserve A Little SHe W YOUR PROD UCE Wednesday, Sept. 4 Recreation The following described livestock: Cows ar 01d Heifers ar 01d Heifers 01d Steer ear 01d Steers 01d Heifers Calves er Calves McCormick Deering Separator ~'Saddle TERMS---CASH Ed. Hoyer, Owner ~Wing, Auctioneer Jay Durfee, Clerk WE JOIN IN EXTENDING A HEARTY WELCOME TO YOU TO ATTEND THE ANNUAL FREE, CROOK COUNTY FAIR AT SUNDANCE FRIDAY AND SAT- URDAY AUGUST 30 AND 31. WE'RE ALWAYS READY TO AID YOU IN SOLVING YOUR FINANCIAL PROBLEMS We mill Close Friday and Saturday at Noon I Sundance State Bank Oldest Bank In Northeastern Wyo.--Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation e