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h the Black. Hills of Wyoming The 8undanee Times, 8undanee, Wyoming Thursday,:October 4, 1945 J LOUIS HOWARD HAUBER Louis Howard Hauber, who re- ceived the rating of Aviation Ma- chinist third class this September, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hauber of Moorcroft. Louis g~ad- ~uated from Hulett high school in 1939, then worked on his fath- er's ranch and worked two years for Consolidated Aircraft at San 'Diego, Calif. Inducted into the ervice Oct. 20, 1944, he took his ~avy boot trai'ning at Farragut, ,Idaho. He is now stationed in the Pacific where his ,address is ~-~SN Rec. Station, Navy 128, Gen. Detail, Care Fleet Post ] Office, San Fran:isco, Caf. OF C. C ROBERTS i ARE IN THE MONEY i Fillibeg, six-year-old filly of Cliff C. Roberts formerly of Hul- ~ett proved herself far the best in a field of six others in the Gonzaga purse race held recent- ly at Spokane, Wash. This was ~the feature event of th, at 4ay's race program, with a crowd of close to 5,000 turf patrons pres- nt. Piloted by George Koyk, jockey he was sent into the lead at the Start, with Some Hug moving up i~ the last quarter to take dowo the place share of the $700 purse ~)ffered. : 'Phe race, which was decided at the short sprint course of five 'furlooghs, was run in the good PRESERVE Save Future Costly Repairs Dual storm and screen Doors Also Storm Windows, Shingles and Roll Roofing Limited Quantities of Lumber Call upon us for advice with no obligation. HART BROS. Lumber and Hardware Sundance time of of 1:02 seconds flat ,and the winner, who was overlooked in the mutuals paid the price ot $12.00. Edith T., the favorite, was never able to show any real speed and finished in last posi- tion. Carquette, another Roberts horse has won two first places. Wayc.loud brought in one first a.nd two second places, and w,as el.aimed from the string. Shasta Wtlisile has accounted for two second places and one third. Vol: dins Jill, said to be a promising mare, has been added to the string. SON HOME FROM ITALY Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Cressman of Sundance, has received word from their son, Floyd, who has been in Ittaty, that he has ,been returned to the states and is re- tur~ning to his family at St. Paul, Minn. Floyd had not seen his wife and children for over three years. His parents are expecting him to come here for a visit soon. Another son, Ivan, is still in Italy. A tnird son, Herbert, who has been working in California, re- turned home recently. He is planning to esta'blish a restaur- ant at Alzada. ----X REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Warranty deeds--Clyde Bald- win to H. L. Baldwin, Bert Wad- dell to John E. ~ehurieht, Donald P. Bush to Duff O. Gray, Duff O. Gray to Peter F. Smith, John Gardner Closson to A. Policky, Jr. Quit Claim Deeds-- Wyoming Farm Loan Board to Walter B. Vore. Pfc. Dareld Study Swept Into Sea Pie. Dareld Study, 24. was drowned on September 4 in the Philippine area in the service of his country, according to word received by relatives last week. He was a cousin of Forrest Study and a nephew of John Study of Weston, formerly of ~New Haven. The youthful soldier was wash- ed off the ship .a~ad lost while standing guard duty during a storm at sea. He left for the Pacific combat zone in February of this year, just after a furlough and a short leave on delayed tra- vel orders both spent in Gillette. He went through the Okinawa campaign, the last major engage- ment in the Pacific war, with the 96th .division. His basic train- ing was taken in Texas He had lived i.n Campbell county since 1933 working on ranches until he was .called to the service July 9, 1944. His early life was spent in his home state---Iowa, at Thurman and Bartlett. He attended school at .both places. His father, Mar- ion Study, a sister and three brothers all live at Bartlett, Ia. Ed. Kearns of Gillette is another uncle. l[, IN MEMORY of Clyde Hol~es, who passed away Sept. 22, 1941: There is no death! the stars go down To rise upon some other shore, And bright in heaven's jewelled crown They shine forevermore. :There is no death! Although we grieve. When beautiful famili.ar forms That we all have learned to love are torn From our embracing arms. And ever sear us, though unseen, The dear, immortal spirits tread~ For all the boundless universe Is Life---there are no dead. Sadly missed by his Brothers, Sister, Nephews and Nieces. X. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schloredt returneil Tuesday from Eastern South Dakota where Vhey accom- .panied Mr. and Mrs. George Pridgeon of Belle Fourche on a pheasant liunti~g trip. They had 'been gone since last Friday. War Memroial Construction Gets Underway The long awaited crrnstruction of the war memorial ,honor board has finally started; work hegan Monday. Ah'eady the entire I)ase has been placed, constructed almost wholely of very fine, large specimens of petrified wood. ~. Morris E. Lang of Custer, S. D., who has just received his dis- charge after 44 months overseas service in Burma, India and Chi~aa, is charged with the main responsibility for the work and is being assisted by county enl- ployees who are doing the rough work. It is estimated that the mem- orial will be completed very shortly, probably within two weeks. Weather conditions might lengthen the time by a few days. WEEK SET ASIDE FOR EMPLOYMENT OF PHYSICALLY HANDICAPPED Word has just ~been received in Sheridan, Wyoming, that Con- gress has pasesd House Joint Res- olution No. 23, sponsored by the American Federation of the Phy- sically Handicapped, t'he Disabled American Veterans and other or- ganizaticms, setting up the first full week in October as the na- tional "Employ the Physically Handicapped Week." The week of October 7-13 will be observed by a state-wide offer1 to get the names and addresses of every handicapped person who wishes to work but Who cannot because of physical difficulties. The Veterans Employment Ser- vice and the U. S. Employment Service are cooperating in their efforts to help these individuals, and ,both agencies have i,nvited all physically handicapped per- sons who wish to work, whether they do or do not need physical restoration before they are cap- able of wl,oking, to get in con- tact either by letter or in person with United States Employment Service, 321 North Main ,Street, ,Sheridan, Wyoming A ,handicapped person is any- o~e who cannot work at his high- est skill because of physical dis- .ability, and this disability may be other than such cases as loss of limbs, sight or hearing. The state rehabilitatiola program is equipped to give vocational train- ing, medical and surgical treat- merit, a sufficient supply of tools for the trade, physical restora- t.ion necessary for the trade, and personal contact to place in em- ployment t,hose who have been prepared under the program. X" Personal Items Mrs. Mary Ellsbury left last week for her former home at Fort Collins, Colo. She is following doctors orders and is to bake a complete rest. Mr. and ~rs. Elmer Harper left for Rochester Sunday where Elmer will enter the clinic. He has not been well lately. Threshing at the Ed Mathews, Ted Seeley and Frank places is being finished up this week. Sidney Marks was i~ from Alva Tuesday bringing in his mother who has been visiting. She is leaving to return to Washington this week. Ch,~frley Blackman has sold his ranch in the Beula'h country to t~is present tenant, Pahner Hagge. 2 Reels of Wildlife pictures will be shown at the meeting of the Crook Cou,nty Wildlife Assoc- iation at lhe Farm ~Shol) Build- ing, north of high school, Monday October 8t'h, 8:00 p.m. You are invited to attend. Returning home with six elk and one bear, Mr and Mrs. Amos Ewing, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vines and Raymond Vines of'Sundance and Frank Cochracl of Alzada came back from a successful hunting trip last week. Cochran bagged the bear. MAILING BOXE~S HARD TO FIND? Special cartons for sale at Fawkes Drug, Sundance. Mrs. L. D. Warren of Cherry- vale, Kansas is visiting her daughter, and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Reynolds and sons, at their ranch near Sunda~lce. OVERSEAS MAILING CKR- TON~S FOR SALE AT FAWKES DRUG, Sundance. Mrs. M. A. Hack, who now lives in Moorcroft, was a Sun- dance visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zink and daughter, Mary Jane, of Stewart, Nebraska are visiting at t~he Herb Stech home; Mrs. ~Stech is their daughter. The Stechs met them ,at Rapid City Monday Ac- companying them on the trip to Rapid were Helen Olds a~d l~ar- jorie Tinkcom who spent the week end at home; they are students at Rapid City. ~Ma'. and Mrs. Frank Dunn of Worland arrived Thursday for a visit at the home of t,heir daugh- ter, Mrs. W. H. Butterfield. Mrs. Ella Butterfield of Aladdin is al- so visiting there this week. THE THREE THINGS WOMEN are thinking about now--a wint- er coat, a fall suit and a tur coat. No matter which it is, we have a :big stock waiting for you. It's as fine as we have ever &ad. Kepp's Rapid City, S. Dak. Post Office block, next to Red Owl Grocery. Patsye Brown, Bob Wenande, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Finch, Mrs. Ed. Mathews a~d Mr. and Mrs. Fred Good were among those who attended the Gillette Saddle Club "play day" held there Sunday. OVERSIi~AS MAILING CAR- TONIS .FOR SALE AT FAWKE~ DRUG, :~U N~DANCE. Charles Chittim was in Sher- ida,s on business several days this week. Yr!t Our Texaco Seruice #r FIRECHIEF GASOLINE (Prewar Octane) SKYCHIEF GASOLINE (Prewar Octane) MARFAK LUBRICATION EXPERT MECHANICAL SERVICE Hours: 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. LET US PUT YOUR CAR IN SHAPE FOR WINTER DRIVING Chittim Motor Phone 39 Sundance 11 Give to AUCTION at 2:00 p. m. Attend DANCE at 9:00 p. m. Saturday, October 13 at Hulett (The Chittim Band will play, the Sundance Legion having kindly relinquished this date -- The next dance there will be October 27th. DISPLAY OF WAR SOUVENIERS Noon to 2:00 P. M, When Auction Begins Anyone who cannot donate and attend the auction may send in contributions to finance chairman, Carl Nelson, Hulett. Sponsored By: The Hulett American L egion, Commercial Club, Rebekah Lodge, Homemakers and Womens Clubs