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h MN Black HMIs of Wyonfllg ~ kndan~ ~ kn&an~, Wyoming Thursday,~ October 25, 1945 Moorcroft WeeklB Roundup Word comes of the birth of twin girls at the Sheridan Mem- orial hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Donegan of Gillette. Mrs. Done- gan will be remembered here as Miss Eva Mann. Mrs. Orville Jcmes of Gillette stopped in Moorcroft Monday morning on her way back to Gil- lette after spending Sunday with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Davis and family are now living in Moorcroft. Rodney is employed at the bentonite plant. Discharged Soldier Returns Floyd Mewhirter arrived on the bus Monday from California, hav- Ing received his discharge from the army. Floyd says as yet he does not know what he will do. He is ~ow visiting relatives and friends at Hulett. Let us prepare you for winter. We check your car on these points-- Change to win- ter lubrication. Battery charged Tire pressure correct to save wear and tear. Delco and Na- tional Batteries. Truck Chains Car Parts and Accessories We have all parts for your ignition system Clark's Friendly Service Station A. L. Clark, Prop. Spearfish, S.D. I Mrs. Merrltt Barton, mother, Mrs. Elsie Robinson attended the i Jack Lantz sale Monday. Visitors in town Monday were Frank Stewart of Rozet, Mr. and l Mrs. Prazma of Wessex, Mr. and Mrs. Worthy White of Devils Tower and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wolfe, also of the Tower country. Mr. Giroux of Sheridan was a business visitor i'll MoorcrOft Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul John Mc Kean and Mrs. Emma McKea'n were callers in town Thursday evening. Marshall Ross of Gibbon, Neb., arrived on '43 Friday and will buy some lamhs in this commun- ity. Card Club Notes After a recess of several months the card club started last Thursday with Mrs. Elmer Kim- sey as hostess. Two tables of 500 were played. Mrs. C. E. Russell won high score. Low was won by Mrs. Lenora Whitch- er. A delicious luncheon of sandwiches, olives, cake and cof- fee was served. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Thompson and daughter were Moorcroft and Gillette visitors Friday. Mrs. Lena Whitcher and Mrs. Willa Beck spent the week-end at the Trusty Moore ranch. Mr. Mrs. Sonny Moore entertain- ed the family Sunday at a birth- day dinner i~ honor of their daughter's first birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam McKean were visitors in town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Astin and Howard Connoly of Upton were visitors in Moorcroft Saturday evening. Mr. Scott and son of Gillette were callers in to~n Sunday morning. Mrs. Emma McKean, Mr. and Mrs. Paul John McKean and Mrs. Johnny Berger were Moorcroft visitors Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dumbrille and son of Rozet were Moorcroft vis- itors Sunday. Several from here attended the dance at the Astin hall on Pi~e Ridge Saturday night. Visitors in town Tuesday were Roy Kimsey of Buffalo Creek, Chesney Rathbun of Tower Di- vide and Walter Tracy of Sun- dance. Jake Hauber was a visitor in Sundance Wednesday. Frank Kimsey and son of Chey- en~ae arrived in Moorcroft Tues- day for a short visit with rela- tives and friends. Mrs. Howard Saunders and son Robbie, of Dayton were Moor- croft visitors Friday. They came down to get some furniture they BACK AT THE OLD STAND AGAIN. IN TIME TO WELCOME ALL OF YOU FOR HOMECOMING DAY after a seven month "vacation" we're back at work again to bring you the BEST OF SERVICE and the BEST OF FOODS possible under present conditions Fred and Freida Oudin ELK HORN CAFE Sundance had stored here. Mrs. Saunders tells us their son, Howard, is in Honohflu. Their daughter, Dor- othy and husband and daughter, are expected to arrive in Dayton soon. Mr. Vaught has bee~ dis- charged and )vill help Mr. Saun- ders in the box factory. She also stated they recently purchased a house in Dayton and are now husy getting settled. Chesney Rathbun trucked 3 loads of cattle to Moorcroft Tues- day having sold them to Jess Storm and Ben Edelman. Stationed In Japan Miss Betty Thompson recently heard from her brother Ed, stat- ing his outfit had moved from Saipan to Nagasaki on Kyushu is- land, which is the southern is- land of the Japanese group. At the time of this writing (Sept. 28) he s.aid they had been there fqur days, and it was really a hell hole. They live in old Jap bar- racks, which were real crowded and rationed a quart of water a day. He hoped they would soon move to a~ot.her place where there was plenty of water. Back From Army Rodney Davis arrived home Tuesday, receiving his discharge from the army. He has ,been sta- tioned in North Carolina for sev- eral months. On Way to States Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Ensign received a letter this week from their son, Stewart Jr., saying they were on their way to the states, coming by way of Panama. John Stubbart, formerly a res- lide.nt of the Oshoto country, who is now living at Independence, Me., arrived on 43 Monday to spend a few days looking after business interests. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Russell were visitors Friday evening at the Fred Ware home near Rozet. Mrs. Nadine Gill came down from Sheridan Sunday and visited. with friends here. She states her sister, Mrs. Freda Smith, has been quite ill at the home of their sister, Mrs. Will Shunk. Mrs. Smith operates a beauty shop at Eugene, Oregon. Miss Ruth Driskill visited friends in Upton Saturday nite and Sunday. PERSONAL ITEMS James R. Hawken writes from Spearfish that he has just re~- turned from Rochester where he underwent an operation. He was gone a month and says he feels "a new man now.' A. B. Durfee spent the first of the week in Omaha on a buy- ing trip. J. L. Cook returned Monday noon from Rochester, Minn. HOMECOMING for old GRADS and for the many returning SERVICEMEN is a time of rejoicing for all--we're glad to join in with a R WELCOME ' ALL YOU Old friends will enjoy a get-together af- ter the game or any other time at~ Lee's Pharmacy Leroy Schloredt, Prop. , Sundance Use Quality Materials from Fish & Hunter INSULATING WALLBOARD is easy to put on yourself. insulates and helps to dead- en sound. Inexpensive. INSULATE YOUR F U R N- ACE PIPES so as not to waste one iota of precious heat this winter. A Warm Victory Over Winter STORM D 0 0 R PROTEC- TION will be appreciated - when winter winds blow. Draft tight; a size for every door. "~ WEATIIER STRIPPING for WINDOWS, doors, casements etc. Cut down on family colds, keep out drafts. FISH & HUNTER CO. M. W. (Jack) Hannah, Mgr. Belle Fore.he, S. D.