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House Set ly at house will be held Sun. at the Black Hills in Sundance. Sunday designated by Gay. Joe as "Licensed Home Nurs- house will be held at the from 1 to 4 p.m. with and doughnuts being serv. registered nurse will conduct through the home explain- uses of different equip- and facilities. of the day is to famiI. with nursing in the state. :e Rites Here Friday services were held the Methodist church Fri. for George Walter longtime Crook county who died Sept. 6 at the Rest Home. He was were conducted by the Louderback. Mr. and Hejde and John accompanied by Mrs. Hooper, organist, sang Night Here and Good Up There" and "The Cross." as pallbearers were William Linch, AI- Lawrence, Carlile; J. W. Nuckolls and Hulett; and Paul Jr., Igloo, S. D. pallbearers were Belle Fourche; and Mel Storm, Frank Glen Bush, Tom Wolf. Vasey, all of Hul- was in Green Mountain under the direction of Funeral Home. Walter Lawrence was Teeumseh, Nebr. on Jan. He was baptized in the h Methodist church. He grade school there and for the Burlington Rail- he was a young man. west with his parents in Crook coun- Was the main support of After the death of he worked for sever. the Hulett area before his home with a sister, Christianson in Belle for 12 years, he moved to Sundance resided with another Paul Yeoman, until his death when he the rest home because Survived by three sisters- Yeoman, Sundance; Christianson, Belie and Mrs. W. S. Nuck- and several nieces in death by a sister, Emma, and John. Fish Are In July in Crook coun- totaled only 900 to Wyoming Game ommission. Reservoir and School were planted and one-half large- ass. Sundance Fair- received the only rainbows measuring of Girl girl weighing 6 lbs., 4 born to Mr. and Mrs. Saturday, Sep- at St. Joseph's has- The Peter- named their daughter Mrs. Tom Davis of the maternal grand- kd Mrs. Freda Peterson grandparent. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank everyone for the flowers, acts of kindness and thoughtfulness at the time of the death of our loved one. Special thanks to those who sang and to the WSCS ladies for serving the dinner. Mrs. Paul Yeoman Mrs. George Christianson Mrs. W. S. Nuckolls Local Girl Named To Business School Uonor Roll Sonja Tracy of Sundance has been named to the honor roll for the summer quarter at the Na- tional School of Business in Rap- id City. Three Men Fined In Police Court Three men were fined last week in city police court on a variety of charges by Police Judge George Richards. On Sept. 6, Roger Renek, Sun- dance, was fined $5 for parking too close to a fire hydrant. On Sept. 7, J. C. Heel and Jack Heel, both of Sturgis, were each fined $5 for speeding. Daughter Born To Merle Sissons Mr. and Mrs. Merle Sisson are the parents of a daughter born Wednesday, September 7th at Samaritan hospital in Spearfish. The baby weighed 4 lbs., 4 ozs. and has been named Helen Ann. This is the couple's third child and first daughter. Fines Two Men Two men were fined for driving violations last week in Moorcroft Justice Court before Justice of the Peace Charles Claar. On Sept.. 9, George Morgan. flash, Moorcroft, was arrested by State Highway Patrolman David Moberg and charged with oper- ating a motor vehicle without hav- ing a valid driver's license in his immediate possession. Morganflash was fined $50 and costs and sentenced to 10 days in the county jail. He failed to pay his fine and is now in the county jail here. On Sept. 10, Aubery Long, Hulett, pleaded guilty to making an improper turn which resulted in an accident. He was fined $15 and costs. Long was arrested by State Highway Patrolman Bill Francis after an accident one-half mile west of Hulett on the Alzada road. Francis said Long was turning around in the road when Leland John Gale, Hulett, came around a curve and hit Long's car. Dam- age to Long's car was set at $200 and to Gale's $150. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Little and Ralph were Tuesday evening cal- lers in the Leslie Simpson home. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Little vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinkcom. Mr. and Mrs. Carrel Turner of Pomona, California and Mrs. Mae Hossel of Denver left for their homes Friday after visiting Mrs. Turner's parents and Mrs. Has. sel's daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Andy Policky. Mr. arid Mrs. Don Denzin and family spent the weekend at the DeWitt Malvin cabin in Spearfish Canyon with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Jahner and family of Rapid City. Leonard Pedersen of Yering- ton, Nevada was a Monday over- night guest in the Jim Morris home. Mr. Morris and Mr. Peder. sen served in Korea together. Karol Ann Hooper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hooper, and Shirley Cure, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Cure, are leav- ing Sunday for Billings where both will attend North Eastern College. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Glover, San- dy and Eleanor were weekend guests of Mr. Glover's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bennett of Gillette. Euroute home Sun- day, the Glovers visited the Jim Etheridge family in Moorcroft. Four Local Men Among 1200 at OmahaConference Four represefatatives of the Federal Land Bank Association of Sundance are attending a con- lerence for directors and mana- gers at Omaha this Thursday and Friday, according to Ivan H. Cressman, Sundance FLBA man- ager. Sundance members attending are W. E. Mathews, president; Alfred Sehelldorf, James I. New- land and Cressman. Also attend- ing a special program for ladies during the business sessions are Mrs. Mathews, Mrs. Schelldorf and Mrs. Newland. This year's district conference, attended by over 1200, is the first since 1952, and replaces re- gional meetings usually held each fall in the four-state Omaha dis- trict. AII[ND A II1' METHODIST CHURCH Levi Louderback, Minister Church School 9:45 a.m. Worship 11:00 a.m. Adult Fellowship 7:30 p.m. MYF 6:30 p.m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHUItCH John W. Reed, Jr., Pastor IOOF Hall - Sunday: Sunday School, I0 a.m.; Worship Hour, 11 a.m. Evangelistic Service, 7:30 p.m. Prayer and Bible Study Wed- nesday, 7:30 p.m. ST. PAUL'S CATHOLIC CHURCH No mass on the third Sunday of every month. On all other Sundays of the month mass will be held at 10 a.m. WESLEYAN METHODIST Rev. Gordon F. Wills, Pastor Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. EPISCOPAL The Rev. Robert W. Dickey, Jr. Vicar Sunday, September 18th, 10:45 a.m. Sunday School, 11:00 a.m. Family Worship Service. LUTHERAN The Rev. philip Molnar, Pastor Thursday evening 7:30 p.m. Lutheran Laymans League meet- ing. Sunday, September 18th, 9:45 a.m. Sunday school, 11:00 a.m. Worship Service. Friends and visitors are always welcome. Wesley Hockett of Worland had supper with the Mural Ealy family Thursday evening while enroute home from a business trip in South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hejde spent Sunday at the David Zim- merschied home in Rapid City. Mildred Majeck has returned to her home in Los Angeles after spending the summer at the Gladys Halleran cabin on Sand Creek. Boys' Billy the Kid Jeans, slims, regulars and huskies. Boys' cotton sateen slacks, slims and regulars, sizes 6-14, guaranteed for one year of satisfactory ~vear. Jack an~ Jill Shop. Junior Wolf, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Elsie Wolf, at- tended the wedding of John Wolf at Bridgeport, Nebr. Sept. 3. From there they went to Chey- enne and visited her son Bern- ard and family and the Larry Buescher family in Laramie. Jim Swartz of Laramie was a Saturday overnight guest of his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. George Beagle. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Glasby and daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. Phil Harvey of Ft. Worth, Texas drove to Deadwood Satur- day, attended a movie in Spear- fish and had dinner that evening in Beulah. The Harveys left Sun. day for their home after spend. ing two weeks with the Glasbys. Hepburn T. Armstrong, candidate for Congressman fro~ Wyoming, Is shown with Senator Henry Jackson of Washlngton,~ Chah.naan of the Democratic National Committee, as they discus|M~l~ water conlervation in the wear durigg Arnmtrong's recent v~dt $0] _WMh gto D. C. g 585 Mrs. Francis Grubb and girls and Mr. and Mrs. George Peter- son and Dallas were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Peterson and family. Last Wed- nesday Mrs. Leonard Peterson ac. cempanied Mrs. George Peterson and Dallas to Newcastle. Friday a fire was extinguished by local ranchers on the Wallgreen place. Carol Petersoa accompanied Miss Elizabeth Waters to Rapid City Saturday. Mrs. David Peterson and girls were in Newcastle Saturday where Diana had a check-up on her arm. Mr. Charles Clark was a din- ner caller of Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Clark on Sunday. Other callers that afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lappe and children and Tommy Clark. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Straitor Clark included Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Sorensen of Nisland, S. D., Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sorensen, Keith Jackson and Marilyn Crawford. Mr. R. W. Sorensen completed some work on springs for Nels H. Smith this week. Sunday cal- lers of the Nels Smiths were Christy Smith and Michele and Mrs. Helen Smith. Sandra Williams was an over- night guest of Joarme Clark Mon- day. Sunday dinner guests af Mr. and Mrs. Lesley Simpson were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Semsey of Pale Alto, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Allen and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Borgialli, Mrs. Carl Hansen and Jackie, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hansen and children all of Newcastle, and Mr. and Mrs. Da- vid Peterson and girls. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Carl Han- sen and Jack/e visited with the Simpsons. Personal Items See the Jack and Jill Shop for Jackets and parkas for your boys and girls, sizes 1-16, and ladies' car coats. Mrs. Mamie McAnally and Mrs. Dick Hooper drove to Rapid City, Tuesday where Mrs. MeAnally represented the State Welfare Department at a meeting of the Public Welfare Association of the mountain states district. Plans were made for the depart- ment's annual m~etlng to be held in Bismark next year. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Graham drove to Roehford, Sunday to vis- it Mrs. Mary Hendrickson and Mr. Graham's sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Walter Broer of Huron who were visiting Mrs. Hendrickson. The Grahams drove on to the Milton Johnson ranch home near Rapid City for a visit before returning home that night. A THANK YOU NOTE My sincere thanks to all thosv who offered blood, also to all my friends for the nice letters and cards sent me while I was in the John Burns Memorial Hos- pital. Their kind expressions are very much appreciated. Thanks so much. Mrs. F. A. Bush Vie Melanson Is Improving At Hot Springs Hospital Vie Melanson, a patient at the Hot Springs VA hospital, is re. ported to be improving. He is on a diet and losing weight and his speech is improving. He is able to be up in a wheel chair part time but his right aide is still paralyzed. Visiting Mrs. Vera Melanson last week were her mother and sister, Mrs. Elvira Wesen and Rita, Glasgow, Mont. They re- turned Don MelansoR to his home after he had spent the last two months in Montana. On Sept. 3 and 4, they visited Vic Melanson at the hospital. Mrs. Wesen and Rita returned home last Thurs- day. Aladdin Girl Is Alternate Member of 4-H Committee Preparations for the 1961 state fair 4-H club camp were started at Douglas the last day of this year's state fair when the camp committee was selected for next year. Named as an alternate north. east district committee member was Sherry Dungey, Aladdin. Mr. and Mrs. Murel Ealy and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Niles and family and Mrs. Minnie Ealy accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Roy Zkwall and Mr. Ekwall's parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barnhill and daughter of Sheridan to Mt. Rush- more Sunday. E. L. Crosby of Cowley visited his sister and family Mr. and Mrs. Don Policky Wednesday of last week. Mr. Crosby's son Pat and Mrs. Abigail Neilson return. ed to Cowley with him following a visit in the Policky home. Smokey Says: ~/lonmnent tu carele~J peoglel