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For Victory Buy War Bonds Mrs. Frank Vasey returned home Saturday from Deadwood hospital. She is feeling pretty gOOd. The Legion dance Saturday nite drew a large crowd and the Ramblers music was enjoyed by those present. George Watts was operated on last week at the Belle Fourche hospital for appendicitis and is getting along O. K. at this time. Mr. and ~frs. Wiley Brimmer and children of Sheridan, are vis- iting with his parents and othe~ relatives here. ]Rob Coker, Glen Brimmer, IWank Okonskl, H. Howard, Bill RUSh, Ernest Wieck were busi- les~ callers in town Saturday. Son Born llr. and Mrs. John Mahoney &re the proud parents of a baby boy born Sept. 28th at the Earl home. Dr. Clarenbach was hl attendance and reports mother kid baby getting along O. K. We had a nice snow Saturday the ground was white Sun- morning, but it didn't last ]oug. Grace Painter has been carry- the Cowden mail while Ed- lrard Fowlkes has been threshing. rict Churches Get Together ~ne Harvest Festival or Home- day will be celebrated at Hulett church Sunday, Oct. 1944. It will be an all day ~.l~alon so bring your lunch and the celebration. Services be held after Sunday school a program in the afternoon. ~rs. Gee. Watts and daughter shopping here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Zack Jay were in town Saturday evening took in the dance. ~. Ole Lee and daughter help- auxiliary serve supper Sat- night. '~+]~r. and Mrs. Spangler were MiOpplng here Tuesday. ~ary Jane and Carol Vasey are relatives in Newcastle week. ~arold Bear was visiting rela- and friends here Saturday Sunday. He is home on a fur- ]~[arlo Oliver was shopping here first of the week. Word has been received that Tate of Los Angeles is not along so well with her ]l~ark Holmes transacted busl- in Hulett the first of the and Mrs. Mel Storm and were business callers here Legion Hall Sundance The Sundance Times, Sundance, Wyoming In The Black Hills of Wyo. Tuesday. Mrs Zeta Ripley has been help- Ing in the Vasey store the past week. Eva Nuekolls spent the week- end at the Ben Nuekolls home and took in the dance. Several from Sundanee attend- ed the da~ace here ~aturday nigM. The s~mw and rain Saturday night stopped the threshing ma- chine for a few days. Mrs. Hope Evelyn Nleman started nursing in the Belle Fourche hospital Monday. Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Terrell and son spent the week-end in Spearfish. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert William- scm and family were dinner guests Sunday at the Hulett Wood home. X' Aladdin Arch Creek Billy and Charles ttagerman spent Saturday helping their bro- ther. Art put up hay on his ranch on Arch creek. Some of those from this com- m~nity who spent Sunday ante- lope hunting were Mr. and Mrs. Harley IN)uglas, Burley Ankeney and Art Hagerman. Mr. Harley Douglas called at the A~akeney ranch Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. O~ar Douglas re- turned to Newcastle Wednesday. Art Hagerman and Burley Ank- eney have been stacking hay this week, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Dickey spent Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Pete Kokesh and fam- ily. Mr. and .Mrs. Art ttagerman spent Friday in Upton. X- Mona Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oxford and 'Wilfred Bunney and Travis May- nard were business callers in Belle Fourche on Monday The two parties given at the Etti~ger and Pannell home were well attended on Saturday eve- ning and everybody enjoyed themselves. The teacher at the Bunney school quit her job and Mrs. Nm- met Redding took over on Mon- day. Benni- Phillips truked in Em- niet Reddings lambs last Friday. Threshing over and everybody getting in their late hay. I(alph Middleman was lip ill ~he neighborhood Thursday look- ing after sheep to buy. Mary Eidson is staying with Margaret Phillips while Charley is shipping. Mrs. Annie Coburn went to Aladdin Tuesday with Mrs. Carl- son on the mail. Frank Mitchell of near Alzada, purchased grain from Wilfred Bunney a~d is hauling it home. ,X Typewriter Ribbo s at The Timt Mrs. Jesse Dotson was a caller at V~'ymans Thursday morning of last week. Our first snow for this fall came Saturday afternoon and night and was a heavy one of about ten inches at least, but it has settled a lot as it was thaw- ing underneath Sunday. Should be a help to the fall grain. Chas. Wyman helped stack hay at the Blake ranch last week. George Harvey was a Belle Fourche visitor Saturday evening. 5[rs. Jesse Dotson was a caller at Robbtns last week Wednesday. T, SUNNY DIVIDE FARM BUEEAU MZEETS The Sunny Divide Farm Bureau met at the community hall Satur- day night, Sept. 30th with an at- tendance of thirty. The meeting was called to order by Pres. H. D. Myers. County agent Landers gave a talk on treating horses for bet control, also worming sheep. He asked that anyone participating in bet control let him know the number of capsules needed at once. It was agreed that we give a USO benefit dance October 28th at the hall. Gerald Eaton, Hallv Oudin and Nathan Lincoln are the committee in ch~.rge. At the close of the meeting a delicious IJ':~ a ) social heur were enjoyed. The U. S. O. dance coincides with the date of the October meet- ing, so the date of the nert meet- ing will be given later. Mrs. Esther Scott is entertain- ment chairman for the next Farm Bureau meeting. Everyone al- ways welcome to attend. from the finest herds in Northeastern Wyoming will be sold at the second Semi-Annual Purebred Hereford at SUNDANCE, WYO. ~///L/////////////1/////////////j///////////////////////////////////////////////L~////////////////////~////////////////////////////////////////////////////////(~ As I am leaving the farm I will sell at Public Auction 7 Mi. north of Moore Hill cemetery. Road marked at the turn off. Sale Starts at 12:30 Free Lunch---Bring Cups qe 3 Milk Cows, two are holstein, the-other part holstein, aH are milking -- 4 Young Range Cows--3 Yearlings--3 Calves. 2 Smooth Mouth Mares, broke to work and ride -- 1 Work Gelding, six years old, gentle to work double or single.-- 1 Saddle Gelding, seven years old, is half hot blood race horse, al o a good pacer, gen- tle for women. 1 Good Four-wheel Rubber- tired Trailer--1 Corn Plow-- 1 Corn Planter--1 Gang Plow --1 Disk--1 Hay Rake. 1 Good Enameled Cook Stove --1 Kitchen Cabinet--1 Liv- ing Room Table -- 1 Cloth Covered Rocker and Straight Chair--1 Good Davenport and and Chair Set--1 Good 6-volt Radio--2 Beds and Mattress --1 Dresser--2 Linoleums, 9 q x 12---1 Good Maytag Wash- ing Machine -- 1 Gas Iron -- Dishes, etc. 350 Bushel of Oats--1 Oxy- gen-Acetylene Welding Out- fit Two Sets of Harness--2 Saddles--Tools--1 3-4 Horse power Motor with battery charger and grinder--2 6-volt Batteries--Some Chickens -- 4 Cord of Good Oak Wood-- Some Tomatoes and other ar- ticles too numerous to men- tion. --Write for Catalog-- 8td~.__ 75e, Inc. tax ll.|O ,d~te tax and tn- ea~mmd Foderal tax. Music by IE~YTIt'M RAMBI~RS Northeastern Wyo. Hereford Association Art Schelldoff, Sec'y. Bundance Owner, Hulett, Wyoming SAM EWING, Auctioneer Sundance State Bank, Clerk TERMS--CASH