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September 27, 1956

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senior Senator Barrett and Vice Presi- Nixon discuss cam- just before the starte~ his cross ~campaign tour early this The two men are shown atives Jackson (R-Calif.) and Sherer (R-Ohio). Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Tom Seeley, Mr. and Mrs. David Seeley, Mr. and a breakfast at the Mrs. Loren Bartlett, Claude Seeley AirDoPg in WAghin~ and Tom Beagle attended the just b-efore th'e-Nix----on horse sale in Gillette Wednesday. b- -lane ~ ..... Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson of a fewJm~nut~ la~~r~ftut Yucipa, Calif. arrived Wednesday at~er of a fotu-man-GoP for an extended visit with Mrs. 1tad which also start-~l Nelsons' sister and husband, Mr. of the country Other and Mrs. Claude Dillon and other s of the te . " _ . .relatives. .. am neanea nyMr. and Mrs. Frank Blakeman narrett were Senator and boys drove to Casper Saturday (R-Mich.) and Represent- on business. WELCOME I) SUNDANCE for the tI-COUNTY . ' .ECTRIC $OCIATION, INC. The annual meeting of the members of Tfl-County Electric Association, Inc. will be held here Oct. 1. May we take this Occasion to welcome all of you to Sundance. lS m m m ..... an, l RI kEmkBER, SEI LIS FOR +i +:.+~, ~:+ : lll lll ! iU's Food l+rt Fit, 8"1155 , We Deliver 8undanee, Wyo. , Old World pride at New World week with her parents, Mr+ and THE SUNDANCE TIMES prices . . Sirocco by Drexel at Mrs. J. J. Frederiksen white her Sundance, Wyo. sept. 27, 1956 Dusek's in Rapid City. husband is hunting in the Tetons. Florence Neubecker of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Reimer and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Dick and Wash. was here this week and Mr. and Mrs. Don Gose of Carlile family were Sunday dinner guests last visiting her brother Elmer were business callers in Deadwood of Mr. and Mrs. John Seyfang and Frank in Sundance. Saturday afternoon, son. , Mr. and Mrs. Willis Orr and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cart and Frances Frolander of Rapid City children of Rushville, Nebr. vis- children toured the Hills and had spent Sunday visiting at the Frank ited Friday to Monday with Mrs. dinner at Latch String Inn Sunday. Warner and Dorman Ewing homes. Orr's mother and husband, Mr. and Harvey Loher and AI Wright of Mrs. Bill Glasby. Traverse City, Mich. visited at the Mr. and Mrs. Mack Bartlett of Lloyd Cole and Sidney Harvey Newcastle were Friday overnight homes this week while here for the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Loren Bart- dee rand antelope hunting season. ]ett. When your dreams take shape -- Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Hemler and colorful Etching Carpet from Du- Mr. and Mrs. John Ertman attend- sek's in Rapid City. ed the rodeo in Belle Fourche Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lamb of day. Newcastle and Chester Lamb were Mr. and Mrs. Herb Fall and faro- Sunday night dinner guests of Mr. ily spent the weekend in Newcastle and Mrs. Kenneth Dudrey. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy N. Ellis Mattox, M.D. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Office Hours. 10 a.m. - 4 p~ 6531/~ Main Street Deadwood, S~ D. Schmelzer. Mr. Fall also hunted antelope near there Maureen Frank was a guest of her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ewing of Devils Tower Satur- day to Monday. Mrs. Joe Frank was a houseguest of the Ewings Monday and Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Graham and family visited and had dinner in Rochford S. D. Sunday with Mr. Graham's aunt and sister, Mrs. Mary Handricksen and Mrs. Iris Lemon. Mrs. Graham's mother, Mrs. Emma Wennberg, of Rochford returned home with them to spend the week visiting at the Graham home. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Bartlett were Monday business callers in Rapid City. Mrs. Wallace Canfield and child- ren of Upton are spending this iii iiiii I iiiii W. F. Newhmd Established 1885 James L Newlaml, Founder Manager m GOOD CATTLE REASONABLY PRICED NEWLA CD & SON COLONY, WYOMING 66 99 | "What fat" I remarked cheerfully as I entered the store and was immediately transfixed with a piercing glare from the eye of Edward Petersen. _, He leveled a finger at me and then waved an arm like a golfer addressing his ball for a three.inch putt. "Hardware," he repeated decisively, "will be the theme of ( our advertising this week. Obviously, with winter rushing upon us, people are in need of hardware of all description If to get their homes in tiptop shape for the cold months." ( lk P Mr. Petersen eyed me suspiciously. "Are you getting all I flexed my numbed fingers and continued to take copious ) .o,,,+. '++''F"' +'