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For Gust Wc A longtime resident of the Aladdin area, Gust R. Wolff, 82, died Sept. 18 at Crook County Memorial Hospital. Funeral services were held Saturday at the United Metho- dist Church in Belle Fourche with the Rev. Robert Roth officiating. Burial was in Pineslope Cemetery under the direction of Frost and Sons Funeral Home. A memorial has been estab- lished to the Heart Fund. The son of Albert and Johannah Wolff, he was born Oct. 8, 1891 at Hokah, Minn. He attended relatives. Merle Sisson called at the Frolander home Friday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. John Sprague and family were Saturday supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shaw and family visited at the Chipper Chatfield home Wednesday after- noon. Irene Snider and Sandy Shaw and children called on Thursday and Mr. and Mrs. Bub Gibson were supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Sisson called Fri- day afternoon. Hauling cattle to Sturgis on Tuesday for Gene Taylor were Jim Habeck, Joe Engelhaupt, Robert Frolander, Chipper Chat- field and Ed Chatfield and Jaci. Gene, Arlene, Dan and Guy at- tended the sale in Sturgis on Wed- Robert Peterson called at the Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Francis Grubb home Sunday af- Lipe during the week were Mr. ternoon. Francis and Mathilda and Mrs. Mickie Madison,Mr. Grubb were in Sturgis on Mon- day. NOTICE OF STATE AND PRIVATE TIMBER FOR SALE LITTLE HOUSTON CREEK SALE, located within sections 26 and 27, T. S1 N., R. 64 W. of 6th P.M., Crook County, Wyoming. Written bids will be accepted by the State Forester, 113 Capitol Building, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002, on or before October 19, and Mrs. Fritz Blakeman, Mrs. Grace Wendt, Mrs. W. H. Blake- man, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blake- man, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Blake- man of Moorcroft, were Sunday afternoon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Larive and Larry and Dick Courchaine went elk hunting last week, but were unsuccessful in getting their elk. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blakeman returned the first of last week from a two week vacation, tak- ing them to Lander and Pinedale, Wyo. to the Tetons and Yellow- 1973, for an estimated 766 cords stone Park. They came back by of ponderosa pine timber marked Powell, Wyo. where they visited or otherwise designated for cut- the Bill Blakemans and to Sheri- Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pulis and girls visited the Don Wendts on Sunday and they all visited at the Bill Huseby home at Hulett in the afternoon. f HOW TO STAKE YOUR CLAIM school at Hokah and When he was nesday. Ruth Frolander called ting. (40% suitable for sawtim- dan where they visited the Merle 17 went to Belle Fourche. at Taylors Wednesday evening, ber, 11% suitable for topwood, and Roger Blakeman families. Wolff homesteaded in the Alad- Richard Snider was a Thursday and 49% suitable for roundwood.) Mr. and Mrs. Howard Zimmer- din area in 1915 and had farmed dinner guest. Callers during the The minimum acceptable weight- schied were Tuesday evening vis- and ranched there since thatweek were Fritz Chaffield, Andy ed average bid rate per cord is itors of the Gerald Blakemans. time. wa mar George, Orville Pickerd, Irene $6.38. Additional deposit re-Sunday the Gerald Blakemans On Dec. 30, 1915, he s - Snider, Earl, Sandy, Earl Jr. and quired for slash disposal is $0.50 and Mrs. W. H. Blakeman were tied to Alice Lunblad at Sun- Bobie Shaw and Wilford and Lois per cord. dinner and supper guests of the dance. . , Kennedy. Attending the BearThe right to reject any and all Raymond Dennis family near G.I. 6oothe Wolff had' been a memoer ot Lodge FFA judging at Taylorsbids is reserved. Full in orma- New Haven. They also visited at .......... the Belle Fourche Odd Fellows Saturday were Guy Vineyard, Jim tion concerning the timber, the the Frank Blakeman home on : MnM a,-wuacT since 1913. wife AI Dillavou, Guy Taylor, Mr. Hub- conditions of sale, and the sub- their way out. "Where Gifts Become He is survived by his " , " bard and Melody Rathbun. Maur- mission of bids should be obtain- ice, Aladdin; five sons - Ralph, ice Williams called at Taylors ed by contacting Rederick B. Bar- Keepsakes" Jackson, Wyo. and Tucson, Ariz.; Saturday afternoon. Others eal- ker, Newcastle District Forester, THE SUNDANCE TIMES Downtown Belle Orville, Jackson; Merle, Denver, ling were Margery Chatfield and Wyoming District Land Office, Smutaace, Wyo. Sept. 27, 1973 , # Colo.,; Lyle, Byron, Wyo.; and Naomi Habeck. P.O. Box 639, Newcastle, Wyo- Wayne, Colony; one sister, Mrs. Emma Blakeley, Berkley, Calif.; Gillette,FritzSundayChaffieldwyo.dinnerandhmegUestSRichardWereatChar'andthe 746-4261.ruing 82701. Telephone AC 307 --# )I eight grandchildren, two great lie, Maxine and Allison Faust of Sept. 20, 1973 :grandchildren and several nieces Sept. 20, 27; Oct. 4, 11, 1973 Reahv nd nephews. , . - Irene Snider. Ruth Frolander . He was preceded in neath ay was a supper guest. Amos and I Extends a welcome to Sundance to Ted and his parents, four brothers and Bea Ewing called at Chatfields BEULAH Exlendst?la 'r: 12tn tO ' lhree sisters. Monday evening. Glen Cameron --------- --- ,,,,.,---,-,,-,-,.n and family, b and Chipper Chatfield were Wed- Sept. 24 ( W .e w.ish them much happiness here and much suc- nesday dinner gUests. Mrs. G. Blakeman Houston Creek Jana Chatfield spent Monday u cess in their new business. " and Tuesday with Beren ce Chat- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Strong visited,I Our congratulations on their fine new building. It I field. Berenice Chatfield was in friends in Alva on Saturday. Sun- Sept. 22 Upton on Tuesday. Thursday din- day afternoon the Strongs visited was our pleasure to assist in the land purchase. Irene Snider ner guests at Berenices wereMr. and Mrs. Art Anway at Ter- Irene Snider, Andy George and raville, So. Dak. On Wednesday, Jim Habeck was in Sturgis on Fritz and Ethel Chatfield. Mr. and Mrs. Rolla McCarty ofSundance Branch b Rose Zella Proctor r Friday. Mike and Rod Vineyard Edith Swenson retm'ned home Belle Fourche were visitors of 't Phone ere at Habecks Saturday. from Boise, Idaho Sundav. Arnold the Strongs. f Don Mercer of Hulett combined LaRue called at John wensons Mrs. Isabel Gullickson and Lil- F Office--283-3477 L or Wilford Kennedys the first of on Tuesday. John Peterson and ac Mathews of Spearfish visited Home---283-3695 F the week. Jim Habeck, RobertAlbert Oliver called on hursday. Irene Reinecke, Myrtle Mathews Frolander, Tom Richards and John and Edith Swenson attended and Ella Snyder on Sunday af- Ruth Frolander were supper the Northeast District Farm Bu- ternoon. ests. Helen Ellard and l'erry reau convention in Sheridan on eichert spent Sunday at the Friday and Saturday. Robert I(ennedy home. Wilfordand Lois Frolander was a Wednesday din- ] ennedy were in Whitewood and ner gUest at Swensons. ..., Belle Fourche on Tuesday. Nel- Richard and Irene Snider were lie Bationvich of Horn and in Sturgis Monday night for I-Iarold Kennedy of S eridan Col- church services. Tuesday callers lege spent the weekend at Ken- at Sniders were Earl Shffw, Floyd tedys. Brunson, Edsel Rogers, Roger .Mrs. Robert Frolander and fam- and Bonnie Pollat. Thursday call- lly and Kenny Prier spent the ers were Andy and Frances Polic- Weekend in Denver, Colo. visiting ky. N 'ACH" We can expect some more warm fall weather but those cold days of winter are on the way. 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