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=At .... the Past , ing in the hospital about two weeks. Devils Tower--Lyle Putman had three fingers of his right hand badly bruised when a metal belt lace caught his glove and pulled his hand between the pulley and belt on a stock water pumping A PEEK ]FIVE YEARS AGO October 21, 1948 A red haze, hanging like a light- ed curtain over the hills immedi. ately north of Sundance brought telephone calls of inquiry from Up- ton and various ranch people Sun- day night who learned that it was a remarkable showing of the north. ern lights. Fire destroyed the trailer home oi Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dudrey where it stood Monday morning at the Blacks' Flat school. Around one o'clock Wednesday afternoon, the fire siren shrieked and the truck hurried to a grass fire burning at the fair grounds and threatening the fair buildings. However, the buildings were un- damaged. Cpl. Don Hack, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Hack, formerly of Sundance and now living in Moor- croft, has been awarded the Bronze ~tar for combat in the European Theater. The Amerada Oil Co. started drilling procedure last week at the Robinson 101 ranch east of Moorcroft. Forty-five head of calves sold by Todd Seeley in Belle Fourche en Monday went for $34.30 per cwt. and averaged 425 pounds each. TEN YEARS AGO October 21, 1943 Lieutenant Robert Saunders of Moorcroft, Wyo., navigator of a heavy bomber, was among return- Lag airmen who participated in the raid on Schweinfurt, Germany in which 60 American bombers were lost. Almost $1200 was realized from the combined auction and dance held here Saturday for the bone- fit of the use National War Fund. the County goal is $2300. Mrs. Katherine Leitner, 56~ of Aladdin, died in Belle Fourche early Thursday morning after be- Eloise Robinson and Gerald Strong, both of Moorcroft, were married by Rev. Ryland at the Presbyterian parsonage at Gillette last Sunday evening. FIFTEEN YEARS AGO October 20, 1938 At an undetermined hour Sun- day night, thieves broke into the (}rice Hardware and Lumber Co. and Vines Service Station. A heavy wrecking bar was used in both cases to gain admittance. Aladdin -- Mr. and Mrs. Jess Dotson are the proud parents of a baby girl born Oct 8 at the hos- pital in Belle Fourche. Here for you--Real Bargains: Beans, 20 lbs.-$1.00; squash per pound-2c; pumpkin per pound- 2c; cake flour - 4 Ibs.-32c. Massie Merc. The Bradbury-Krause Develop- ment Co. of Spokane, Wash. re- ports a new shallow producing well in the Wakeman ranch area about 18 miles northwest of the Osage field in Crook county Mona--William Osloon had the misfortune to lose a mare this week. She bled to death from a wire cut. TWENTY YEARS AGO October 19, 1933 Dave Richards and another man, whose name could not be learned at the sheriff's office Tuesday, were arrested at Beulah Saturday night. The two, it was said, had engaged in a battle in which a milk bottle, a hammer and a butch- er knife had played prominent parts. Sundance won its first football game of the season last Saturday by the top-heavy score of 53-0 at Lead. Tinton--A 'forest fire broke out at Savoy on Thursday. Members of the CCC camp located on Ben Sager's place were working on it. The state Game and Fish Corn- TRUCK Tire Chain SALE 7:50-20-Dual-WAS $32.50 NOW $24.37 10:00-18 Dual - WAS $47.80 NOW $35.85 10:00-18 Dua-WAS $47.80 NOW $35.85 9:00-20 Sing|es-WERE $34.25 NOW $25.69 ] I I I These chains can be cut down to 8:25-20. We also have a good supply of cross chains and re- pa~" parts. Tracy Motor Co. I Sundanee, Wyo._.~. Oct___~. 25_.~, | E. B. Chaffield home. Bruce | Claren who has been at the ( [field home left Tuesday for I home in Ohio. [ Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rice were S | urday evening callers and Mr. s machine. [Mrs. Wyman Bushnell Wedne;l~ [ callers at the Chas. Chatfield hd ~ | Mr. and Mrs. Joe Englehli land baby were Saturday sul)I |guests at the home of Mr. a |Mrs. Stanley Wegner after w~i ithey and the Reuben Hinds [family attended the show. [ Mrs. Leonard Snook was i~ fated into the Eastern Star O~ [ Thursday evening. ] Cap Ranth left Saturday for I big game hunt in the Big Horl ] Mrs. Rauth and children and | Amy Troxel picnicked at the T~ [ er Sunday. SHAMROCK .HOMEMAKERS CLUB exhibited these items at Crook | Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cummi~ County Homemakers Achievement Day in Sundance October 1Oth' [and daugh~rs returned from cneszer, ~lnn Tuesaay ox All the items in the display were made by the clubs members. | - "" " ..... Ct~ .... l weeK. ~r. ann lvlrs. P~.u, mission has issued a warning to Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hindman]mings were in Belle Fourche M( hunters about shooting around the and Carol, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley|day. CCC camps. This does not apply Wegner and baby, Mrs. Bill Bush-| Mr. and Mrs. Buster Pophar~ in this corner of the state where nell and Ray Potter were Sunday|Goring, Nebr., Miss Josie F1 [ CCC camps are conspicouous by supper guests at the home of Eu-|Eugene Ewing and Mr. and D their absence, gone Hindman and mother, the oc-[John Taylor and son were S; casion being the birthday of Reu-|day supper guests at the Lee | ]r.~]rTC~rl~,r~xr ~l~Tr ben Hindman. Mr. and Mrs. Hind- | Snook home. a LxJt.)~lq.y~.~ q..;IL-t,J~JC, JL'k 'man, Mr and Mrs We~,ner and| Mr and Mrs Sam Rice and Mr Vl~vd R~ .... w,,,m~-n Mrs. Juha Reinhold were in Spear.lwere Thursday afternoon ca ! Wa"s~inZ~on~w~o~ s~ e'n~Y~.?."~' fish Friday ~ at the Richard Snider home. ! g , a e VlSltlng " his son inlaw and daughter Mr Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Snook, land Mrs. Smder and sons and and Mr" "~ ~ . s_ , .." Harold Schelldorf and mother l Schweim were Sunday ! "o "~ s. ~ay usgara ana lamny were among those who attended guests at the Rice home. ~orr ~se Poa~enT~aY~e~a~rdr~:~i~Y the Golden Wedding Anniversary " ~ ~ and open house of Mr and Mrs. and their guest were Sunday af- Geor.e Carr Sunda" " ternoon callers at the Charlie Car- s Y" DR. KEITH LOGAN son home. Wiley Brimmer is camping at CHIROPRACTOR the Bushnell ranch for a few days BalIes Building hunting. Phone 555 Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vines were Belle/Fourche, S. D. Sunday afternoon callers at the GIGANTIC ~:' ~i i~~ ~:~:~ :~:~:~: ,;~:i::~ ; ~I~[ Shrine Circus Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Bushnell visited relatives in Spearfish Sun- day. They were transacting busi- ness in town during the week. Ray Good, John Lindsey and son Michael were Sunday morn- ing callers at the Harold Schell- doff home and Art Schelldoff was a Saturday afternoon caller. Mrs. John Schelldorf accompanied Mrs. A1 Schelldorf to Upton Thursday. Upton High School Sundanee, Wyo. 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