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Zenith General Electric Dumont Sales and Service Bring your set in for prompt one-day service. Brodersen Gas & Electric Phone 303 Spearfish, S. D. I DR. GEO. LOWE [ DENTIST Belle Theatre Building Belle Fourche, S. D. X-Ray Phone 25W CLOSED SATURDAYS AUCTION SALES of All Kinds Write or Call W. J. KIRKPATRICK Phone 586 Belle Fourche, S. D. FRANCIS HALEY Phone 7601 Newell, S. D. DALE McPHERSON Phone 851 Sturgis, S. D. DR. W. P. WILDERMUTH OPTOMETRIST 205 W. Main, Lead, S. D. Phone Lead 3075 Hours 8 to 5 Dally Eyes Examined. Glasses Fitted DR. T. H. PROCTOR OPTOMETRIST Phone No. $00J Deadwood Ground Floor, Franklin Hotel Building DR. KEITB LOGAN C1klropracter Office Hours:- Week Days 9 amL to 5:15 pJm. Saturdays 9 a-m to 3 516 Sixth Avenue Swan Cleaner Bldg. Phone 555 Belle Fourche DR. C. IL LINANDER [ DENTIST 741 Fifth St. Ph. 474 Spearfish, S. D. DR. J. G, BETTS Osteopath - Physician Spearfish, S. D. DR. F. R. WARD Dentist Spearfish, S. D. 145 W. Illinois St. Marlys Willey, 16 - year - old Crook county 4-H member, ad- mires the hand-made school out- fit of Boyd Bowles at the state fair in Douglas. Bowles is the first boy to com- pete in the annual 4-H dress re- vue at the fair. A PEEK At the Past FIVE YEARS AGO September 15, 1955 Enrollment at the Moorcroft schools has increased 12 percent over last year, according to en- rollment figures at the schools. A few more students are expect- ed to enroll bringing the total over 160. An increase in enroll- ment at the Hulett schools was revealed following registration of students Sept. 6. Enrollment for the grade and high schools totaled 188. Forest Ranger Everett Shipek left on short notice Thursday for California where he was called to help fight forest fires. Hulett -- A fish that survived in a cistern eight years was dis- covered Friday by Fred Borne. Upon moving to his present lo- cation, Borne covered the cistern which had been used as a pool for fish the children caught in the river. He was unaware that any live fish were in it. The cistern was half full of water fish appeared healthy. Chad Yeoman, son of County Treasurer Paul Yeoman, narrow- ly escaped death Friday in an accident at the Don Griffis ranch near Alva. He suffered face burns and a severely cut under- jaw when a power stacker on which he was working fell, and threw him against the tractor. TEN YEARS AGO September 14, 1950 Plans for an election to decide whether or not School District No. 29 shall be incorporated into the Hulett high school district are being readied. Mobilization activities of the armed forces of the United States have caused a juggling of city officials in Sundance. Charles Stagemeyer was named city wa- ter commissioner to succeed Dean Hutchins. Hutchins was forced to resign the post when called back into the armed for- ces by the army reserve. Stage- meyer resigned from the city council to accept the appoint- ment as water commissioner. Sundance took the first annual Sundance baseball tournament] championship Sunday by down- ing the Upton team, 7-2, in the finals of the tournament. Enrollment in the Sundance schools for the 1950-51 school year shows a drop in the number of students in the schools as compared with the number a year ago. Total enrollment in the schools this year stood at 248. Last year 272 were in the schools. FIFTEEN YEARS AGO September 13, 1945 In a simple ceremony Satur- day afternoon, the cornerstone of Crook county's war memorial was laid by the Grand Lodge of Wyoming, A.F. & A.M.. Wesley Huckins, who is on an indefinite leave from the army as a prelude to final discharge, this week assumed the position of coach in the Sundance high school completing the faculty. list here. S-Sgt. Leland R. Landers of Sundance was one of four Wyo- ming men with the 100th Di- vision in Germany awarded the Bronze Star for their act|o~ during the division's tough cam- paigns in France, Alsace and Ger- many prior to VE Day. Supt. Anderson reports that the enrollment of both the high school and grades is still in- creasing which intensifies the crowded condition of the build- ing. There are now 124 enrolled in the high school, an all-time high. TWENTY YEARS AGO September 12, 1940 Possibility of a lake in the Bear Lodge near Sundance be- came a definite probability this week when those interefted in the project secured pledges of money from Moorcroft and Sun- dance citizens in support of the plan. The proposed lake will be formed on the Luther Boise place about 15 miles from Sun- dance and would dam Miller Creek forming a reservoir with a 25 acre surface. Notice of further restriction in watering hours was served on Sundance citizens this week. The hours have been cut to only one hour a day, from 6 to 7 p.m. Water Commissioner Leslie Hoop- er tells us that the water is far below that of last year. Three of the nine springs supplying the city water are completely dried up. two others are barely running and the remaining four are low. John Blakeman last week an- nouneed the purchase of the Oshoto store from Clifford Cole. He will assume management about the middle of the month. New Haven -- Garnet Hoback, assisted by Leslie Hauber and Brooks Study, completed the tel- ephone line Thursday between Oshoto and New Haven. As soon as switchboards are install- ed the line will be ready for ser- vice. This line and the line to Hulett are owned by Garnet Ho- back and Leslie Hauber. As there seems to be some con- troversy as to the limitations of the curfew law which went into effect Monday, the following ex- planations were made by town officials this week. During show night school activities and dance nights, there will be an excep- tion to the rule of being at home by 9 p.m. Otherwise, loitering and loafing on the streets will be prohibited under the curfew law after 9 p.m. Sept. 12 Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mathews re- turned Saturday from Caldwell, Idaho where they visited their daughter Ruby and granddaugh- ter, Gertrude Ann. They also brought some lovely peaches home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hyde from Custer, So. Dak. have moved into the Myrtle Mathews home here. Mr. Hyde and a friend are employed at the Radar Base at Warren Peak and are driving back and forth. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mathews were hosts at a dinner at the Royal Club on Friday evening to Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mathews, Wash- ington, D. C., Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bober, Newell, S. Dak. Miss Ir- ene Reinecke, Miss Myrtle Ma- thews and Myrna Bryan. Mrs. Royal Mills had as lunch- eon guests Thursday, Mrs. Hilma Saari, Mrs. Donna Hyde and Mrs. Gerald Blakeman. On Friday, Mrs. Mills, Mrs. Hyde and Helen Metzel were lunch guests of Mrs. Blakeman. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Banks, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Larson were Sunday p.m. visitors at the Harry Sagers. Tuesday evening dinner guests at the Royal Mills home were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Porter and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Baldwin, Stur- sis, S. D. Mrs. Dick Metzel visited her sister, Mrs. Royal Mills, Jr. and family in Spearfish on Wednes. day. The Metzels took their dog Prince to the veterinarian Now! We in Spearfish Saturday and he was operated morning for gall stoneS. Mr. and Mrs. Dick were Rapid City visitorS day. Those in Belle Thursday were Mrs. Wales, Pamela and susan, Gerald Blakeman, Mrs Mills and Mr. and Mrs. go from Aladdin. Friday evening Blakemans visited at Blakeman and W. H. homes in Sundance attended their school Mrs. Hilma Saari Summers visited Anne in the hospital at Thursday and Mrs. nated to the blood bank Mr. and Mrs. Chas. were evening visitors at' al Mills and Bert on Saturday. Later in ning Mr. and Mrs. man called on the Mr. and Mrs. Henry were Huron, S. D. visil the week-end, taking in fair there and also Moellers brother and there. Mr. and tJrs. Frank children wece guests of Mr. and Mrs. ahan at Spearfish FridaY' Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sundance, Mr. and Mrs. Austin, Texas and Mr. L. C. Leitner, Taft, Wednesday visitors at R. Mr. and Mrs. man and David were ternoon visitors at man's. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice and family were of Dr. and Mrs. SmileY cabin on Sand Creek ning. Word comes frown Crago that she is some the Memorial hospital She had been at Thermopolis for went to Casper to ter Verla and family took sick. Mr. Crago Casper and their older Ellen from Cheyenne,,. them at Casper last wee~. Miss Bonnie MatheWS from the hospital in on Sunday after gery. Mrs. Bert Sunday afternoon visitor Hubert . Mathews horae Bert accompanied Hubert id City. DR. OLIVER A. 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