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h the Btaek Hills of Wyoming / The Snndance Times, Sundance, Wyoming Thursday, October 25, Houston Creek Mr. a~d Mrs. E. E. Bacon of Deadwood visited the latter's 'bro- ther, Louis Ewing and family Sunday. They were accompanied ,by iMrs. Llllian Ewing, mother of Louis. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chatfield were ~business visitors in Belle Fourche Friday. Mr. Chatfield delivered a carload of steers to that shipping point. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kaiser left Monday for Sherid~p to visit the former's sister, Mrs. A. J. Ken- nedy and family. They may de- cide to locate there for the win- ter. Louis Ewing joined a party of antelope hunters Saturday who went to the Gillette country. He returned Sunday with his ga~ne. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Good of S~n- dance entertained Harold Schell- dorf and mother at dinner on Monday evening of last week. Elmer Wells fini~ed threshing in the vicinity Friday. bldier Visits Kere "Jlmmie" H~beck is visiting his Mater, ,Mrs. Billy Waiters and ,famlly~ He wsls a former resi- demt of this community, but has lived in Minnesota for several years. He spent some tlm~ in England and has now been dis- charged. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Rice were i~ town S~turday. Mrs. Ed. Sanford was at the Bowers home Friday. Sam Ewlng was an overnight visitor Tuesday night at the home of his son, Louis. Mr. a~d Mrs. Billy Waiters, Jimmie Habeck, Elmer Pickerd and Mr. and Mrs. "Chipper" Chatfield left Sunday morning for a hunting trip in t he Big Horns. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Perkins, (MYa. Wyman Bushnell and Mrs. Roy Kaiser were in Belle ]~our~he Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cummings and children spe~t the week-end at Ekalaka, Montana visiting relatives. Weds., Oct. 31 and every other Wednesday Thereafter Will uyB "fill 12:00 O'Clock Noon at C. D. ROBERTS Milling Co. Bring In Your Poultry-- Highest Market Prices Marsh Produce Co. Sturgis, S. D. f Louis Ewing lost eleven head of sheep from alfalfa bloat re- cently, Ulicl~ and Helen Danielson and their mother and Mrs. Bertha Newton of Spearfish were din- her guests at the E. B. Chatfield home Sunday. Nick Suhweim was a business visitor i'll Belle Fourche the lat- ter part of the week. Mrs. Ed. Sanford and Mrs. Ma- mie East were dinner guests at the Charles Carson home :Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Bushnell, Bill Bushuell and Jim Bowers were at the Reuben Hindman home Saturday. Myron Goodson was a business caller at the Bowers home Satur- day. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Perkins spent the week-end with Mrs. Cleo Goodson and Myron and family. X Lower Kara'Creek Mr. and Mrs. Earl Simon who have been visiting relatives in this vicinity have purchased the Ellsworth Baker ranch east of Sundance a~d expect to move there in a few weeks. They left [ l Sunday for Oregon to settle their [ business there. Their son, Elvin ] is staying with Mrs. Sld Erland [ and attending school. Guests at the W. A. Ames Sun- day were Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Swaim, Mr. and lye's. G~orge Strong and Wilma a~d Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Sheppers0n and Bill. Irma Mahoney spent the week- end with the Ames girls. Mr. and Mrs. A. "C. Huckins and Pearl Munroe visited the Lin- ton ~home in Upton the first of the week. Pearl remained with her aunt to attend high school. Mr. a~d Mrs. Melvin Shepper- son moved to the Miller place by the Belle Fourche river this week. Mrs. Bill Ames, Elsie and Lyn- da called ,briefly at the Huckins homes Wednesday. It turned very cold here the last of the week, made us remem- ber that winter is Just around the corner, even if we had been having lovely weather the past few weeks. Mrs: Ames was in Sundance Friday. -X IN ]~EMORIAK In loving memory of our darling son and brother, who passed away 3 years ago this month. He is waiting by the'river Just across the silent stream Where sweet flowers are ever ,blooming And the banks are ever green. The rolling stream of life rolls on But still the vacant chair Recalls the love, the voice, the smile Of the one who once sat there. Sadly missed by Mother, Fa- ther and sisters. * Furniture Store 019 Main, Rapid City, S. D. W. 1~. New]and Established 1885 James I. Newisnd, Manager Bulls coming Two Yr. Olds, Range Bred for Range Use. Price $100 to $200. Greenwood Ranches XEWLAND & 8ON COLONY, WYOMING 1 'ANTELOPE DINNER ENY(YYED BY BEAVER CREEK HOMEMAKERS CLUB The Beaver Creek Homemakers club met October 10 at the hom~e of Mrs. Elsie Holcomb. Eleve-a members, three visitors and six children were present. A very delicious ,chicken and antelope dinner was served by Elsie Hoicomb and Mildred Niel- sen. After dinner the ladies quilted on the club quilt. Mrs. Hassen took the quilt home to finish the quilting and bind the edges. The next meeting is to be at Marion Wells home Nov. 14. Visitors are always welcome. Roll call next meeting is to be a pattern or suggestion for our Christmas kit. X IN LOVING RF~M~EMBRANCE of our ~beloved son, James Ward Hess, who was killed on Oct. 21st, 1944: When Jim put on his uniform To leave us, with that smile, We brushed away our unshed tears A~d smiled with him awhile. We put a blue, star up with oride Upon the window pape And settled back to wait for him To come .back home again. He traveled far from his home shore To gp. where he was told And there on Leyte, bleak and bare, Our blue star turned to gold. It seems that some were notified Their loved ones that they mourned Come back again as from the dead, God b~ought them home un- harmed. "GOd's will be done" it is our prayer But still with hopes anew We'd give the world if we could see Our GOLD star turn to B~UE. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hess, Bettie and Steve. (Writte~ by Stella .Spencer of Roseburg, Oregon). X IN MEMORIAM In memory of Leroy A~dersen who died Oct. $4, 1943. Two years! But to eternity Two years is but a :breath. ~o 'tis to you, ~h gentle lad, Preceding us in death. Two years have gone since he left us, The boy we all held dear. He's at home with his Lord and Master Where there's neither pain nor fear. We miss his cheerful presence Each hour of every day And shall follow the path he fo41owed To the Light of Eternal Day. And though to us the years seem long And filled with toil and woe, To you 'twill ,be as Just one ~lght And love rules every race. Since you left this world below, Until you welcome, one by one, The loved ones to your place, Where joy and happiness abound, SUNDANCE LODGE No. 9, A.F. & A.M. Regular Communica- tions second and fourth Wednesday of each month Chas. B. Chittim Worshipful Master Sidney Harvey Secretary Visiting Brotherz Always Weleome Mrs. Marie Andersen family. Dr. T. H. Proctor OPTOMETRIST EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED l'hone No. 300 Over Montgomery Ward Dr. J. Gordon Physlefa~ - 8urgoom Osteopath Eyu Examined--. --Gl~me Acrom from Put Ol~oo snth ~t, The DON PRATT GRILL Belle Yourehe, 8. D. the finest of foods at prices you can afford to ]my in the most ple~- ant atmosphere --Give Us A Try-- When In 8undance Stop at The BEAR LODGE HOTEL YOU'LL LIKE IT l l Under New Mann With or Without Bath Mrs. Mason Roberts, Spearfish, S. D. LAND'O LAKES MILK 27:. PENICK 32 sYau~ (% Oa~.) .......................................... TOKAY GRAPES ..................................... 290 UNCLE NIC COOKIES 51 lbs ................ PHILLIPS TOMATO SOUP$ . 26 We Will BUY HOGS ALL DAY Monday and Wednesday at the W. D. Hall Yards in Sturgis and Tuesday and Thursday at T. J. Broadhurst Yards In Belle Fourche (Will Pay Full Ceiling Price) (No Commission, Feed nor Yard Charges) Blach Hills Pachin9 Co. Rapid City Harry W. AIgner, Buyer in Charge