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October 5, 1944

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The Black Hills of Wyo. The Sundance Times, Sundance, Wyoming OF THANKS wish to thank all thos~ who so kind following the loss For Victo;y Buy War Bonds of our loved one recently. Sirs. Lydia Otterbein Mr. and 3Irs. John Lakso and a~d family. M~:. and Mrs. Robert Proctor Mr. and _Mrs. Clifford Slay- haugh and daughter. Chiropractic Healfh Service Dr. Gertrude IL Rich Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Bi]!y Driskill and daughter were in town Tuesday. They have rented one of the cab- ins at the East Side camp alad will move in soon. Glenn R. Grubb of Sundance started work last week at the Ar~erican Colloid plant in Upton. Mrs. Bud Seely of Red Canyon is quite ill at the Walter Williams home here. Vern Duff went to Billings on Rapid City's Largest ~-- No Drugnl Friday after the tanker purchased Across the street from the by the Crook County Refinery. '"~lr~ St01"~ Trt-State Milling Co. x------~ AUNT DIES AT GILLETTE |19 Main, Rapid City, S.D. Belle F0arche, S.D. Mr. and Mrs. Todd Seely were ~ 1 ~ called to Gillette Sunday by the ~~ ~ death of her aunt. They went on to Sheridan where they stayed overnight with Mrs. S e e 1 y ' s FO0"I[ |ALL mother, Colony The dancing party at the Raber atFairgrounds Athletic Field home on the 23rd, in honor of Dale's eighteenth birthday, was a ounuance, .yo. and success. A large crowd at- tended and had a wonderful time. BELLE FOURCHE BRONCS RETURNS TO cmcAo0 VS. SUNDANCE BULLDOGS iil" Thomas A. Newland who has been spending a two-weeks fur- lough with his parents at Colony, returned to Chicago last Friday for re-assignment. Mr. and Mrs. Cola Shepard were transacting business in Belle Furche Saturday. A card from the Brantley's states that they are enjoying themselves in "Sunny South" Mr. and Mrs. A1 Blake of Basin, Wyoming have been visiting at the Raber home the past two weeks. Mrs. Raber and Ernest took them to Deadwood Saturday morning where they took the bus for their home. Mr. Blake is a brother of Mrs. Raber. A letter from Mrs. Harney states she was about five miles from the explosion at Hastings, Nebr. but that was plenty close. Neither she or the children were injured. Nels-Pearson and wife were in Colony one day last week. Nels was surveying out new reservoir sites for some of our stockmen. John Reed Richardson and wife and their son Albert and wife vis- ited at the Branum home Thurs- day. Reed ts now located in the state of Washington and Albert is in a Louisiana training camp. Sponsored by Hulett American Legion Estate; Notice is hreby given that Friday, the 3rd day of No- vember 1944, at 10:00 o'clock A. M. of said day at the Court Room of said Court, in the Coun- ty of Crook has been appointed as the time and place for proving the Will of said Alfred Nobs de- ceased and for hearing the appli- cation of Alma S. Karrcr Colqu- houn for the issuance to her of' Letters Testamentary when and where any person interested may appear and contest the same. Dated this 3rd day of October, 1944. FRANCIS ItEJDE, Clerk. Otis Roy,holds, Attorney. Oct. 5-12-19-26. "Everything to Wear" Sundance, Wyo. LEGAL NOTICES IN DISTRICT COURT SIXT Yes--the business of running the coun- ty is one of great personal interest to you for it affects you greatly. When you vote for County Commission- er at the November 7 election give the matter the same thought you would to choosing a manager for a business of your own. I am a candidate for that office and will appreciate your support =DIC L DISTRICT l STATE OF WYOMinG) I Republican Candidate for County Cou " )ss. ! nty of Crook ) I Commissioner NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION OF[ TIME APPOINTED FOR PROV-[ ING WILL, ETC. ! In the Matter of the Estate of ALFRED NOBS, Deceased. To all persons interested in said Y Dr. J. Gordon Betts 1st Prize----S25.00 2nd Prize---S15.00 3rd Prize----S10.00 Any orchestra or dance group, featur- Ing a fiddler, may enter contest---Must Nay two or more numbers--decision of Judges final. Auxiliary and Ladies Aid Will Serve Lunches During the evening. All proceeds of dance and lunch go to Physician - Surgeon Osteopath Eyes Examined-- --Glasses :Fitted Acro~ from Post Office Speerf h, South Dakota Down Through the Years m ml ~r tN ~mr~ t~ m~. o o ~ mdt~t btke ann h~e m Writ fw hrt~ebrs DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE (Not A New Dealer) for from Crook County / Election Day is Nov. 7--Exercise your privilege as an American and go to the polls that day Deadwood Granite and ]Karble Works & L hereto, Prin. Or.AOWO00, & 0.