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Hulett Aug. 22-29 Van Cooke was hostess at party honoring her grandson Larry See- and her sister, Mrs. Nancy Those present besides and honored guests Mr. Charles Pearson, Mr. Frank Pearson and faro- Mrs. Ivan Moore, Victor Thompson, Mr. Carroll Tope and son, Mr. and Mrs. Har- and family, Sturgis, md Mrs. Dean Svoboda and Hulett. visitors at the Joe ~, Dean Svoboda, Nellie and Clinton Holmes were Mr. and Mrs. Charlie and son Leroy of Ord, dallers in various homes Were Mr. and Mrs. Don and daughter, Roma, Me. They were enroute Mont. and Mrs. Jack Vasey and returned after spending a Week in the Yellowstone helping W. S. Nuckolls basement at the ranch Nuckolls, John Wood erry Bush. and Mrs. Johnny Hapton- moved in to the old Storms house on the road. and Mrs. Lee Huseby and 'have recently moved back and are living in the in Mrs. Hauber's lot. Mrs. Dutch Knapp and Casper, are visiting rela- and around Hulett. Bush, son of Mr. and Bush, was married to Jean Stephens, Mag- Arkansas at Sidney, Mon- 19. They will make in Billings, Mont. he is an engineer for Oil Co. ahd Mrs. Herb Shellenber. family, Billings, are their vacation visiting Mr. and Mrs. Har- Sr., and other rela. W. S. Nuckolls arrived by Moorcroft Wednesday nearly a month With Mr. and Mrs. Otto and Mrs. J. W. Nuckolls Parents of a daughter 24 at the Campbell Memorial hospital. She Ibs., and has been Adrain. Mr. and Amspoker, Douglas, maternal grandparents, blrs. W. S. Nuckolls, Hul- the paternal grandpar. Mrs. Malcolm Bucher their daughter, Lydia Spokane, Wash. Monday, 29 where she will attend cooked their supper and break- fast. Charles Bare, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bare entered Black Hills Teachers College for a week of pre-football practice be- fore school started. Hazel Hauber is employed at the Rodeo cafe. A birthday dinner was held for Mrs. Myrtle Mahoney at her home here in Hulett. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Wells, Belle Fourche, Mr. and Mrs. Low- ell Mahoney and family, Alva and afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Mert Cochran, grand- daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Durham, Mrs. Wilman and son brought a gift in the evening. The Senior Baptist Youth Group returned from Camp Wy- oba on Casper mountain after spending a week. Among those returning were Lydalou Neiman, Kathy Armstrong, John Long, Lyle Rathbun, Mel Storm. Wil- bert Long served as counselor that week and Mr. Armstrong brought the girls home Saturday. Recent guests at the Charlie Waugh home were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jensen and daughter, June, Moorcroft, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stinson, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Waugh, and family, St. Onge, S. D.; Vernon, Bobble and Joe Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Don Crawford and daughter, LaPlata, Me. Guests at the Fount Bush home are his sister, Mrs. Anna Tate, Sheridan and niece, Mrs. Naomi Thompson of Hermosa Beach, Calif. An old fashioned barn dance was held Saturday night, Aug. 27 at Albert Neiman's ranch near Upton. Those attending from Hulett were Jim Neiman, Henry Neimans, Mae Neiman and child- ren, Gary Bushes and Mrs. Du- ane Bush. Dan Neiman returned with his parents to attend school after spending the summer work- ing on his uncle's ranch The Baptist Men Retreat was held Aug. 27-28 at Camp Wyoba. Those attending were Mr. Win. Pannell and son, Mr. George Dickson and son, Wilbert Long and son, Rev. Dale Van Hovel, Mr. Harlan Williams, Julian Er. ickson, Lyle Rathbun, Mellie Storm, David Neiman and Jerry Knapp. Mr. and Mrs. James Rhea, Lin- coln, Nebr., spent several days visiting at the homes of Henry Neiman and Fred Borne Mrs. Rhea is a cousin of Mrs. Neiman. Fred Steckman, who finished his boot training at Fort Hood, Texas, spent a week with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Steckman, before going to Fort McClellan, Ala. His address is Rct. Robert F. Steckman, U. S. 55651572 - Ind. Chem. Entry Stu. Enl, Sch., Spt. Bn. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Fowlkes College to take and granddaughter Marsha of training. Mills, Wyo. are visiting at the 1~. A. Bush was taken by Ernest Fowlkes ranch home. to the Belle Fourche Tuesday. and Mrs. Eldon Nielsen, Parents of a boy born August 21. Sept. 1 those enjoying a picnic and boating at Keyhole Were Mr. and Mrs. Herb and family, Bill- and Mrs Wiiford Col- Mr. and Mrs. and family, Sun- and Mrs. Junior Wells, ~rs. Bill Winland and and Mrs. Jim Record all of Gillette, Mr. and Oshoto, Mr. and Wells Sr. Mr. and Mrs. and a friend from evening callers at ranch home. Mrs. Roger Lincoln a trailer house to Sundance where employed with Kewitt Co. Knapp and sons, spent the weekend Parents, Mr. and Mrs. returned to Cas. ~. to attend school after the summer with his Mr. and Mrs. War. His uncle Alfred him. and Senior a campout in Mrs. on's back yard and Mr. and Mrs. John Thorson were evening guests at the Don Yestness home Monday. A bridal shower was given for the bride-elect of John Wolf, Nadine Sward, who are being married Saturday, Sept. 3. The shower was held at the home of Beverly Bush with Marge Link- later and Beverly "Bush as hos- tesses. Invited guests were: Mrs. Wolf, Mrs. Edward Fowlkes, Nell Bush, Rosie Holmes, Jane Yestness, Dixie Dickson, Jackie Holmes, Sammy Svoboda, Helena Ista, Sue Svoboda, Pete Bush, Mrs. Wooten and Sally Ann Nei- man, the hostesses and the hon- ored guest. Mrs. William Linch, Alzada, Mont., is staying at the Leslie Waugh home at present. A baby shower was given for Mrs. Lloyd Anderson, and infant son Arthur Lorey at the home of her mother, Frances Morgan. It was given by Barbara Bush and Betty Roberts. Invited guests were Mrs. Bob Steckman, Mrs. Jack Bolin, Mrs. Mike Bush, Mrs. Richard Proctor, Mrs. Glen Bush, Mrs. Jim Neiman, Frances Morgati and the hostesses. A demonstration party was held Monday, Aug. 29 at the home of Beverly Dent with Ros- anna Sheldon as hostess and demonstrator Noel Martman, Sturgis. Invited guests were Anna Knapp, Jessie Johnson, Jackie Holmes, Beverly Bush, Maxine Snell, Beverly Dent, Clara Mae Hedger, Mrs. Steck- man, Mrs. Sheldon, Katherine Vitto, Mrs. Clyde Raber, Ike Bolan, Phyllis Bears, Sally Ann Neiman. A lunch was enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Art Egli arrived from Denver, Colo. for a two weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Nuckolls, also Mr. and Mrs. Ray Neiman and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Steve NuckolIs and family and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nuckolls and infant daugh- ter. Enroute here they visited Mr. and Mrs. Otto Heiser and family at Oelrichs, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Morris, Belle Fourche, enroute from Sheridan, where Mrs. Morris at- tended the Grand Chapter Order of Eastern Star, stopped in Hulett to visit the Johnny Morris fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Rush and family motored to Gillette Thurs- day, Sept. 1 to visit Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thompson of Clarksfield, Minn. Mrs. Thompson is Elvin's aunt. Mrs. E. H. Howard was taken to Gillette Tuesday to he examin- ed by a specialist. Mrs. Worthy White was taken to Rapid City Tuesday for a medical check up. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Shellenber- ger and family left Thursday for their home in Billings after vis- iting relatives in and around Hul- ett. Jerry Waugh, Ted Waugh, Lloyd Page, Frank Proctor, Dick- ey Anderson, will leave Tuesday, Sept. 6 from Moorcroft for Den- ver to take their physicals. Sept. 6 A bridal shower was held at the Bob Steckman home Aug. 26 in honor of Doris Grant, daught- er of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Grant. Invited guests were: Lois Grant, Della Grant, Virginia Bare, Nan- cy Miller, Margy Davis, Carol and Beverly, Neva Davis, Alice Page, Maxine Snell, Delia Huse- by, Beth Watts, Louise Coker, and Patsy, and Pearl Huckins. Games were played and gifts opened. The shareholders of the Little Missouri Telephone Company, at a meeting held in New Haven, Sept. 1, 1960, voted to sell their lines to the Mountain S~ates Telephone and Telegraph Co. Mrs. Maynard Page, Priest Ri- ver, Idaho, is visiting at the Bill Russell and Louis Huseby homes this week. The Harold Stuart family has moved into the Henry Page house. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Greenwade, Westmister, Calif., arrived Fri- day at the Charles DeWitt's to take their three children home for school Gene Bay left Saturday for Scoffs Bluffs, Nebr., where he is employed by the R.E.A. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Huse- by and family, Gillette, Mr. and Mrs. John Cohee and family,Hu- lett, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Huseby and family, Belle Fourche, were dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. Paul Conzelman's and family of the Devils Tower. The occassion being LeRoy Huseby's and Mrs. John Cohee's birthday on Sat- urday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wileman are visiting here in the home of their son, Rev. Don Wileman and daughter~ Mrs. Lee Tremble. Mr. and Mrs. Christy Parkins and family, Cheyenne, spent La. bor Day weekend visiting rela. tives here in Hulett. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wood and family, Camp Crook, spent Lab- or Day weekend with his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Wood. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jensen and small daughter spent the weekend with her .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Waugh. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barbour and girls were Sunday guests at the Lewis Clark ranch home. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bush, Spear- fish, spent Sunday at the Fount Bush home. Guests at the Fred Borne home over Labor Day weekend were Mr. and Mrs Don Borne and son, Gillette, Mr. and Mrs. Bandy Williams, their daughter, Gail and granddaughter Becky, Marion, N. C., Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Don Borne are sisters. A picnic supper at the Fred Borne home S~turday evening also in- cluded Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nei- man and children and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sutton. Miss Elizabeth Waters, Sun- dance, spent several days visiting her sister, Mrs. Roy Neilson and guests Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Phelps and family of the Hauber mine. Guests Sunday at the Frank Proctor home were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Proctor and family, Moor- croft and Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Proctor and son of the Home- stake Mine. Mrs. Jess Storm visited her mother, Mrs, Wright in the Black Hills Rest Home in Sundance. Mel Storm and son Mellie have moved into the Sutton garage apartment for the school term. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Huckins and family, Belle Fourche spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Pearl Huckins, also Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ames of Kara Creek di- vide. A picnic and open house for Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wilson's 40th wedding anniversary was held in the park here in Hulett. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. James Chittim and family, Mr. Garman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown, Mrs. Delbert Williamson and family, Mrs. A1 Zurek and family, Mrs. Minnie Chittim all of Newcastle; Mr. and Mrs. Vic French, Mrs. Lulu Nielsen, Mrs. Ben Colvin, Mrs. Anna Belle Stephens, all of Alva; Mr. and Mrs. Ned Davidson, Moorcroft; Mr. and Mrs. Warren Gray and Alfred, Donald Lemrick, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Trout, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Long and family, Mrs. Gertrude Mahoney, Mrs. Della Grant, Mr. and Mrs. John Mahon- ey and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wilson and family all of Hulett, Miss Sheryl McCracken, Mont.; Mrs. Vic Suhr, Buffalo, Wyo.; Mrs. Lloyd Snell a~d children, Mrs. Claude Smith, all of Rapid City; Mr. and Mrs. John Waugh, and family, St. Onge, S. D. Af- ternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Bush, Spearfish; Mr. Fount Bush, Mrs. Naomi Thomp- son, Hermon Beach, Calif; Mrs. Errna Tate, Sheridan; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gordon, Alva and Charlie Waugh. They received many nice gifts. Labor Day weekend visitors at the Jack Vasey home were Mr. and Mrs. Don Baker and daugh. ter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Owens, all of Gas Hills, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Boltz, Casper. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bay spent the weekend at Jim McClure's summer camp, near Moskee. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Murphy, nephew of A. J. Murphy, spent the Labor Day weekend in Hulett. Their home is in Desert Hot Springs, California. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Amende and Monica, Belle Fourche, spent the Labor Day weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Steck- man. Mr. and Mrs." Bud Copp, Edger- ton, spent Sunday at the Johnny Storm home. A picnic dinner was held La- bor Day in the Belle Fourche park to celebrate the birthdays of Lu- ther Hewer and daughter Jean- ett. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lawrence and daughter, Mr and Mrs. Junior Wood and family, New Haven, Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Roberts and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood and Carolyn, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wood and family, Camp Crook, Mr. and Mrs. John Wood and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kicker Wood and family, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wood and family, Arpan, Mr. and Mrs. Christy Parkins and family, Cheyenne, Mrs. Luther Howes and family, Mrs. Elsie Cheshier, Belle Fourche, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stinson and family, Pat Reinhardt, Nisiand, Mrs. Barbara Bush, Mary Ann and John Hewer, Cheyenne and the honored guests. Lydia Hauber and Ester Shaul and families enjoyed a visit from their three sisters over Labor Day weekend, Mrs. Ruth Roberts, Los Angeles, Calif.; Mrs. Vicky Hardy, Denver and Mrs. Anna Powell, Biddle, Mont. They also visited their brother Carl Ander- son and family in Belle Fourche. On Saturday a family reunion picnic was held in Mrs. Lydia Hauber's yard. There were thir- ty-one of the families present. This is the first time in many years that all the Anderson sis- ters and brother had been togeth- er. Charlie Shaul took Ruth Rob- errs, Anna Powell and Lydia Hau- ber out to visit Lewis Clarks and had dinner. In the evening he took them out to the Shaul and McAmis home for a potato pan- cake supper. Mrs. Nur Silan and Steele re- turned to Denver by way of Douglas to visit Mr. and Mrs. J. W Nuckolls and infant daughter after spending a week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Huseby and family, Gillette were Sunday overnight guests at the Steve Nuckolls home. On Monday they went boating at Keyhole with Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cohee and fam- ily of Moorcreft. Mr. Shipley, Gillette and two helpers moved the Ray Neiman house over onto the new base- ment. On Sunday, Mrs. Steve Nuck- oils and Mrs. Ray Neiman were hosts to a birthday picnic din- ner at the NuckoUs ranch in hon- or of Steve NuckoUs birthday. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Nuckolls, Mr. and Mrs. Art Egli of Denver, Mrs. Ray Neiman and family, children of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Nuckolls and Lyle Crosby, also observing a belated birthday and hostesses. After- noon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Nuckolls and infant daugh- ter, as they had just arrived home from the Douglas fair. The Junior class is putting on a magazine drive. Mrs Walter Cheshier and two children accompanied their daughter Norma Jean to Denver Sept. 5 where she will visit their son Jerry, who was flown back from Okinawa to a hospital in Denver. Rev. and Mrs. Dale Van Hovel and Mrs. Wilbert Long attended the ordination of Rev. Jack Sned. ekar at Buffalo, Wyo., Tuesday, Sept. 6. Dan Long registered Tuesday, Sept. 6 in the Black Hills Teach- ers college for the coming year. David Long and Cheri Me- Cracken left Sept. 7 for Iatmoni, Iowa to attend Graceland Col- lege. Mrs. John Callquist left Tuesday to visit her daughter, Linnea, who is employed in Cas. per. On Sept. 12 the Lions Club will entertain the teachers. HULETT FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Sept. 9---Buffalo, S. D. there. Sept. 16--Tongue River there. Sept. 23--Moorcroft here. Sept. 30--Sundance here. Oct. 5--Big Horn here. Oct. 14--Moorcroft here. Oct. 21--Sundance there. Oct. 28---Newell, S. D. there. Stocker and Feeder Summary Week Ending Thursday, Sept. 8 Outshipments of stockers and feeders from the Sioux City stock- yards during the week ending September 8 totaled 7,567 head. This compared with 7,225 a week ago and 8,773 a year ago. The comparisons are slightly distort- ed since there was a holiday this week and a year ago. The outgo of steers numbered 3,758 head and the average cost was $22.92. This compared with 3,960 head that went out last week costing $23.17 and 4,246 and $27.09 a year ago. Average weight of steers was fairly consistent, being 729 lbs. for the current week, against 737 lbs. the preceding week and 715 lbs. during the same week of 1959. The number of stocker and feeder heifers going to the coun- try was 1;674 head. These weigh- ed 607 Ibs. and cost $22.64. Dur- ing the previous week there were 953 heifers shipped out weigh- ing 601 Ibs and costing $22.42, Last year the number was 1,252 bead, average weight 640 Ibs. and average cost $26.48. Stock steer and heifer calves average $24.47, the wegiht being 424 Ibs. and the cost $2447. A week ago the~ figures were 876 head weighing 450 lbs. and costing $24.90, while last year tim shipments of calves totaled 2,410 head, the weight 422 lbs. and the average cost $31.04.