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11 the Black Hills of Wyoming i i ille Commercial Theater SUNDANCE 8:001'. X. LAST NIGHT TO-NIGHT Wednesday August 28 "TOO YOUNG TO KNOW" starring 3oan Leslie Robert Hutton Too Marvelous For Words--Too Lovable To Miss! ! Thurs.--Fri. August ~9 and 30 "WHISTLE STOP" starring George Raft Ava Gardner Victor McLaglen Her Love Had Only One Mean- lug--She Spelled Trouble For Every Guy That Made A Play For Her { ! [ Sat.--Sun. August 31 and Sept. 1 "WILDFIRE" IN GORGEOUS COLOR starring Bob Steele Sterling Holloway Virginia Maples The Story of a Wild Horse Who Knew Good From Bad and Risk- ed Life and Freedom to Save Two Who Had Befriended Him From Death f Wed.--Thurs. September 4 and 5 "MISS SUSIE SLAGLE'S" starring .... ~'eronica Lal~e " Sonny Tufts 3oan Caulfield. It has that "Going My Way" glorious kind of spirit--as gay with laughter, bright with love, brilliant with star performances. The 8nndanee Times, 8undanee, Wyoming The Hulett Branding Iron Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Negis and son Gene of Oregon visited friends in Hulett Tuesday on their way home. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Morris and Mr. and Mrs. John Morris of Sun_ dance were visiting relatives and friends her~Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Hooker and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Waugh of Hot Springs, S. D. came up Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Nels Parkins. Bill Spangler called at the Hugh Davidson home Sunday. The Richard Proctor family were visitors in town Sunday eve- ning. K. B. Stoddard and wife are enjoying a visit from his sister Cora Smith of California. Mrs. Diana French and daugh. ter of Calif. are visiting at~ the home of her sister Mrs. Anna Vines anal family. Mrs. Chep Tromble had a stroke at their home near Seely, she was taken to the Sundance hospital Friday evening. The Willing workers gave a tea Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Burton who has been here a few Weeks. There was a large crowd out to get acquainted with our ministers wife. Our minister will have help now. The body of Mrs. Nels Parkins was brought to Sundance Thurs. day night to the Roberts Funeral home and was brought to Hulett Saturday afternoon where ser_ vices were conducted by Rev. Burton and the .body taken to Alva for burial. Mr. and Mrs. Frances Johnson and son Gene of Kansas City came out Saturday to take Mrs. Callie Woodard back home. Mrs. Johnson (Gladys Woodardl is Mrs. Woodard's youngest daugh- ter and lived here several years ago when quite small and is a sister of Mrs. Warren Gray. They also visited at the Hugh David. son home and Chas. Chitti.m's in Sundance on their way out. Don Borne returned home about a week ago from the navy and is enjoying mothers cooking, visit_ ing gcandma and getting acquain_ ted with his little niece Lyda Lou Nieman. Mr. and Mrs. John Waugh and Carl Wilson took Mrs. Bea Will- son back to Sundance Sunday ~nd took in the picture show that night. So far Hulett is lucky, we don't have any cases of Infantile Paraly_ sis and the writer is knocking on wood and not her head either. Our school will start Sept.. 16 here the last of the week. as requested by Health commls. sion. Edward Fowlkes had quite a fire at his house .Sunday but he was close by and saved the build. ings but ~burnt his hands badly. It was started by a candle, the child thought he had put the candle out and threw it on the bed and went out. They lost quite a bit of 'bedding and other articles before it was extinguished. We. got ,a nice rain Saturday night. John Crago was visiting friends in Hulett Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dillon of Chicago was visiting relatives BELLE THEATER Belle Fourche, South Dakota AIR CONDITIONED Double Feature Program All Shows Daylight Savings ~vening Shows 7:00 & 9:30 Matinee Saturday 1:30 Pat 0'Brien Ruth Warwick in "PERILOUS HOLIDAY" and 3ames Wakely Lee Lasses White in "LOKESOI~E TRAIL" No Serial Due to Polio Condition Watch for starting date of New Serial to be published later Play "WAHOO" Saturday Night Sunday Monday Sept. 1st 2nd PLEASE NOTE PLAY DATES AND SHOW TIMES Continuous Shows. Sunday Shows 1:30 3:30 5:30 7:30 9:30 Monday Evening 7:30 & 9:30 Evelyn Keyes Willard Parker in "RENEGADES" All In" Beautiful Technicolor with Larry. Parks Edgar Buchanan Para. News and Selected Short Subjects Tue. Wed. Thur. Sept. 3 4 5 PLEASE NOTE SHOW TIMES Evening Shows 7:15 & 9:30 Charles Boyer 3ennifbr 3ones in "CLUNY BROWN" with Peter Lawford Helen Walker Reginald Owen Reginald Gardiner Selected Short Subjects THIS IS GOOD. DON'T MISS IT! Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Pearson had as dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Berg and Mrs. J. J. Lohr of Newell, S. D. and Mr. and Mrs. Harry .Smith and Melba ef Deadwood, S. D. The two ladies are sisters of Mrs. Pearson. Mrs. J~mes Willson visited with her daughter Mrs. Enid Frisbee and family of New Haven and went back to Sundance to visit her daughter Ruth O'Haver and family for awhile. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Gray and Gene Johnson of Kansas City were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Davidson Mon- day evening. ~trained so hard Monday that the threshing machine outfit had to close down and wait for the grain to dry. Thursday, ,Sgt. Richard A, 21, son of Richard mer resident of Miss Peggy Marie 19, were united in the Presbyterian gis at 8:00 p. m. ust 10. Attending were the brides Mrs. Clarence ,S. D. and Mr. and Cockrum, sister and law of the bride. The ,bride wore a the groom wore a brown, well pressed uniform. Sgt. Cleveland is the Rapid City Army and the bride is parents in Lead, S. present. SPECIALS Friday and Saturday Gallon PLUMS Dozen, 2-Quart FRUIT JARS Libbys CHILI SAUCE Yellow, No. 2 CORN Sani-Dalry--Lb. BUTTER 3 Lbs. P. & G. OATS BRING IN YOUR EGGS WE LIKE TO TRADE STECH'S Teddy and WELCOM WELCOME Fair Visitors We hop.e you will enioy the fair both days. While ifi Sundance make our store your headquar- ters. WE HAVE A GOOD STOCK OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES VISIT OUR FOUNTAIN FOR IN-BETWEEN REFRESH- MENTS Just received a few Sheaffer pen and pencil sets. They won't last long, so you had better hurry. TO THE ANNUAL CROOK FAIR, SUNDANCE, AUGUST 30-31 .It's success depends upon your attendance IT'S YOUR FAIR ATTEND IT .... LET US FILL YOUR NEEDS IN Petroleum Prod *** ~ **** Crook County F; wkes Drug