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September 27, 1956

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~o~ Bennick, Sundance back, ~OWed under by Big Horn as the Bulldogs opened campaign at home last and Were defeate~ by Big 24-13, to mar the Sun- coaching debut of Coach f~ ...... The Bulldogs led at the half, 13-12. They drew first blood when Ernie Roadifer raced 60 yards and Tom Beagle ran the extra point. Late in the half, Beagle plunged 15 yards for the second and final Bulldog score. Keyser, ~, 8mtdaat, e is tee late am a Big grabs a pass ia the Pete Geael'aux hit with the pare for the Horn Kore in the Earlier im the flr~ plunged up the for the first Big Hora touchdown. In the last half, the Rants clinched the decision. Mellenry plewed over again for what prov. ed to be the winning touehdouu. ~llowe'v~, Genereaux limbere6 up his ororing arm and pained to Balsa for the final score. Three tables of 500 were enjoyed during the evening with high score being won by Mrs. Coralea Lub- Eugene Holmes kin, low by Mrs. LaVern Bennett Guy Holmes of Hulatt and traveling by'Mrs. Carol Brosa. Jones were shoppers in .At .tJle ~clese of U]e games TI~ Mrs.,C. L. Hamfl of week they will meet with Mrs. were overnight stop- $oan Grenier after which they de- ~ft Thttrm~y night eided to meet every" two wek~ in- Mr. Hamtl worked at stead of every week as they have in 1946 during the sum- always done. has always wanted to see the town and the Mrs. Ruuell Twiford and Mrs. met while here. They Merrill Waymire left early Tue~ visiting relatives ta day morning for Zuni, N. M. to and Victoria visit the Falbo family before they They left on move to Douglas, Ariz. The Falbo for their home in Dal- family will leave Friday for All. zona, their orders to move come here they were taken sooner than they had antictpa .ted. to the Tower. Twiford and Mrs. W we nee and children of visitors Saturday at plan to be gone about a Mrs. Elizabeth Tvarusek, of Epler home. Romm, Mont. accompanied by her Mrs. Leland Hall of daughter, Mrs. Keith Armstrong, Nebr. have been guests and children of St. Ignatius, Mont. and Sehlattmaa home arrived on 42 last Saturday and days and enjoying the are visIUaG relatives hare. They season, h.,,n this week at Mr. and Mrs. Durand Grenier and the junction of 14-16 Saturday to THE SUNDANCE TIMES son returned Thursday from Sheri- see Miss Donna Davis bring the Sundance, Wyo. Sept. 27, 1956 dan. They report George Grenier Pony Express mail pouch to town getting along fine after submitting where she handed the mail to Miss $17.95. A week earlier nearly to surgery Wednesday morning. Jeanne Williams who later on the 4,500 head of steers went out at a Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart trip handed it to Mrs. Gene Cox 720 pound average and cost of and daughter Phyllis and daugh- and later it was handed to Gilbert $18.19. A year earlier about 4,400 ter of Topeka, Kan. arrived last Gill, most of the girls had to ride head weighed 737 pounds at $18.09. Saturday and have been guests at a double hitch as the Gillette rid- Heifer supplies showed little the home of George's b~rother, era failed to show up for their end change during the week. About Frank and family. Wednesday of the leg. In Gillette it was hand- 1950 head this week weighed 608 they plan to go to Lovell and then ed to the Patrolman who took it pounds at $16.08. A week ago to Billings to visit before return- to the Taylor ranch and from there about 2050 head weighed 608 lbs. ing here the firt of next week to we were unable to get any returns at $15.69. A year ago around 2,000 visit a few days before returning of the final leg of the trip. The head had an average weight of home. They will also enjoy the girls say it was really quite a thrill 607 pounds and cost $16.15. Near- hunting season here. George says but the next day they all felt very ly 1,150 head of stock calves ave- this is their yearly event to come tired from the trip. raged 416 pounds and $17.11 in to Wyoming to see relatives and While in Gillette Saturday, Mr. cost. Last week 825 head weighed old friends and get in on the hunt- and Mrs. Tax Davis and Donna, 413 pounds at $17.45 and a year ing season. Monday they enjoyed Mr, and Mrs. Charles Williams and ago about 800 head weighed 436 a day at the Tower. children, Albert Raudsep, Norman pounds and cost $17.42. Mrs. Edna Graves of Miles City Epler and children and Mr. and arrived Sunday to spend a few Mrs. Gene Cox and children enjoy- days at the home ranch and also ed dinner at the Goings. enjoy the final celebration at the Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Barton of Tower. She planned to return to San Diego, Calif. have been en- Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alton Miles City on Wednesday. joying a visit with Mrs. Barton's Dybwad and family Saturday to Bill Kimsey of Buffalo Creek was son, Gilbert Gill, and family the Tuesday were Mr. Dybwad's bro. a visitor in town Monday morning, past week. They plan to leave the ther, Philip Dybwad, and Calvin last of the week. Anderson, both of Grand Forks, Orville Jones and Eugene N.D. The two men came to Sun- Holmes and Mrs. Guy Holmes were dance from Sylvan Lake where visitors in town Saturday and at- tended the sale at Bud Roberts's. Stacker and Feeder they were attending leader train- ing school, to hunt with Alton Sunday Mrs. Fred Sehn and ~llrTlnltll.v Dybwad in the Gillette area ~-'~u~Yn~"~h~n~zub"~e'~'~ " "~"~"'"'-~- I --MRS." Dtci~ Proctor and ~Kmfly bridal shower at the home of Mr. Week Ehdb,*, Thursdav *~,~* 21 and Mrs. Albert Piekerd and Bon- and Mrs. Harry Berger i~-honor h ^..,~^--e, .... ~,^f, .~,~t,-, ^~ hie Pickerd visited at the W~ of Mr. and Mrs. Berger's daughter T e ~,~u u~ ~L~.~=~ ~,u ,==u-., ....... * ~avecK,~rrancn one clay tas Gale, who will be married in the ers from the Sioux City stockyards _ weet~ near future to Jimmy Proctor of during the week ending Thursday, .. ........ Hulett. Mrs. Emma McKean and Se,~t 2n am--nted *,, n,,~rl,, ~n~n uenms ~mltn returnea tram .......... " ...... Rawlins last week He spent the Mrs. Tvaruzek and Mrs. Armstrong head or only around 700 headmore .. ".. _ ~..~, than a week suo but e~nsidersblv summer wormng mere aria wut and children and Mrs.~ Waymire ........... attend school here this winter over the 9,100 bead of a compar- .. ........ _ were in attendance at the shower. mr ann mrs ~eweu Joyner oz able permd a year ago. Included _. ..... _ _ Gale received some lovely gifts in th~ w~alr'g ~,t~ w~r~ g fh'~fi Lincoln, Near. were btmaay eve- and a very enjoyable afternoon ............................ r nmg callers of M . and Mrs. C. D. was spent. Refreshments , were head of stocker and feeder steers Roberts. Mr. Joyner is a former served by the hostesses, that had an average weight of 746 superintendent of Devils Tower Quite a crowd was present at pounds and an average cost of national monument. Featuring Royal's Clean-'n Easy RJbbollr Royal 'Your fingers never I I If{ IIII L II I IIIM demmt mlm-- Vdmtem w m elb Ibbli... llel Idle lle l lWwdm" wah TWO IXTIA IYS I touch the ribbonf ' At last.., you can chan e riblma h only 6 seconds and.without getting o spot of*ink on *your honds-byal's new Twin hktdoas itl I I I I I [ l I I I