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tbz the Black Hms of Wyomhq~ The $undanee Times, $undanee, WyominK " Thursday, October 25, 194& Discharges (Continued From First Page) deal of action. Leo entered ser- vice Jan. 20, 1944 and served in the Rhineland, Ardennes and in Central Europe and holds the European African Middle Eastern i ill i ii,i : ) Commercial Theater SO~D~CE 8:00 P. M. WEDNESDAY--THUIL2DAY October 24--25 VERONICA LAKE and SONNY TUFTS in BRING ON THE GIR with EDDIE BRACKEN ]~trjorie Reynolds Ws An Eyeful in TECHNICOLOR KbTURDAY--SUNDAY OCTOBER 27--28 BREWSTERS MILLIONS Starring Dennis 0T, eefe Helen Walker June Havoc Eddie "Rochester" Anderson Gaff Patrick Mischa Auer A 'Bn.~0N ZAUGHS WEDNESDAY--THURSDAY OCTOBER 31--NOV. 1 IltJSH EYES ARE SMILING t with Monty Wooley June Hayer Dick Haymes In Beautiful Technicolor rilybon with three bro~nze service stars and the Combat Infantry- mans badge. He also has the Purple Heart for wounds received February 5, 1945 in Prance. He was returned to the states this spring for hospitalization and was given a medical discharge Oct. 12, 1945 at Camp Carson, COlo. Still another back home in Moorcroft is Sgt. Steven A. Hick- enbottom, Jr., who received his discharge Oct. 14, 1945 at Ft. Logs.n, Colo. He fought in the Rhineland, Central Europe and the Ardennes and wears the American Defense ,Medal, the Good Conduct Medal and the E AME service medal. Steve was sent to Iceland in August 1942 and remained there for over two years. He was then sent to Eng- land and later served in France and in Germany. T-5 James E. Habeck arrived from England last week after having served in that country from July 7, 19'42 to Sept. 24, 1945. Jimmy, who arrived in Sundanve last week and is ~ow visiting with his sister, Mrs. Bil- ly Waiters, entered the army "Jan. 9, 1942 and holds the EAME service medal and the Good Con- duct ribbon. He was released from the army Oct. 1], 1945 st Ft. Logan, Colo. He formerly lived in Sundance until going to Minnesota a few years before his entry into~ service. China Veteran Discharged Sgt. Ray Lyle Fall, who served in China from February 15, 1943 through April 17, 1945, received his discharge Sept. 20 at Lowrey Field, Colo. He entered the army April 3. 1942 and selwed as ao airplane engine mechanic during the air offensive over the Pacific, the Ryukuas, China, Japan, In- dia, Burma, Central Pacific and Luzon. He -holds the Asiatic- Pacific ribbon with 6 Bronze stars. He did not return to the states until July of this year as the trip. both to and from China, took about three months travel time. Pfc. Harry Kriningcr of the Colony country entered the ~rmy February 10, 1942. Serving in the southwest Pacific for two years, he returned to the states about a year ago and was releas- ed Oct. 9, 1945 at H~t .Springs, Ark. For his service in New Guinea he has the Asiatic-Pacific theater ribbon with 1 bronze star and wears one service stripe and four overseas bars. Little information was given with the discharge of Robert M. Blake of the Aladdin .country who wv:s released Oct. 4, 1945 at Camp Carson, Colo. Robert was in- ducted Dec. 9, 1942 at Los An- geles and served in Sicily and Normandy. He is .now visiting his father, Louis Blake, at Alad- din. Frank Curtis Bickford, who formerly lived on Manhattan route out of Sundance, was dis- charged Oct. 11, 1945 at Walla Walls, Wash. A veteran of the Central Europe and Rhineland eampa'igns he has the Good Con- duct medal, the EAME Service Medal and also wears the Purple Heart for wounds received April 4, 1945 in the European theater. He served as a~ infantryman. Capt. Edwin Gibson (Ted) Rounds also of Sundance, was to receive his discharge from th~ Marine corps Oct. 3, 1945 accord- ing to his discharge papers. Ted entered service August 6, 1941 and has served as a naval aviator. He served 15 months as a trans- port pilot in the South and Cen- tral Pacific and was returned to the states last November. Since that time he has been stationed at the Marine Air Corps base near El Centro, Calif. He and his wife are expected to return to Sundance for a visit soon. Fredrick Donal Grul~b, Gun- hers .~ate first class with the U. S. Navy, was released recently at Shoemake, Calif. Now 25 years of age, he enlisted in the navy February 15, 1942. He served in both the Atlantic and Pacific during his 44 months naval duty; recently he has been aboard the USS North Carolina Off Japan, Donal is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grubb of Sundance and his wife is the former Fern Eaton. Pfc. Joe Hando, who returned BELLE THEATER Belie Fourche. South Dakota PLU_51B ! N G FriD~yb, lesaFtueartdUayre 0Prc~.gr~6m, 27 ?:892 Chester Morris, Victor MoLaughlin There's Plumb- ing all through your house that needs to be fix- ed~ AND WE ARE NOW ABLE TO . TAKE CARE OF XOUR PLUMBING R E P A I R NEEDS. Call On Us For Any Service You May Need. in "ROUGH, TOUGH AND READY" and Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy in "THE BULLFIGHTERS" Chap. No. 2 "THE MONSTER AND THE APE" Play "WAHOO" Saturday Nite Sunday, Monday, October 28, 29 Continuous Shows Sunday at ,2:00; 4:30; 7:00; 9:30 Monday Evening 7:0@ & 9:30 Come Early On Sunday. Attend the Matinee and Avoid the night crowds Donald Crisp, Nigel Bruce in "SON 0P LASSIE" with Peter Zawford, Jane Lockhart ALL IN BEAUTIFUL TECHNI- COLOR Plus This Is America "NAVY YARD" and Selected Short Subjects and Paramount News Don't Miss This Great Attraction It's One of The Best and It's GOOD FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Oct. 30, 31, Nov. Ist Three Big Nights Evening Shows 7:30 and 9:30 No Bargain Prices Thursday Nite Hart Brothers George Raft, Joan Bennett Vivian Blain, Peggy Ann Garner in LUMBER & HARDWARE Telephone 19 Sundance, Wyo. "NOB HILL" with Alan Reed, Henry Morgan Here Is Another Real Good Picture Plan to See This Show There Will Also Be Selected Short Subjectt from Europe in August, 1945, has received hts discharge and is nw [ G0 [~en WeddinE .back in Su~dance with his wife l and family. A veteran of the (Continued From First Fage~ "Old Hickory" division, the 30th Infantry division, which broke up Germany's supreme counter-of- fensive in Normandy, Joe was in the group which spearheaded the St. Lo breakthru, poured across Northern France, Belgium and Holland and later helped to stop Vcm Runstedt's attack in the Ar- dennes. The 30th crossed the Rhine March 24th and fought its way more than 200 miles to the Elbe to join the Russian forces. Joe has five battle stars for his part in the fighting. Pfc. Willard G. May was hon- orably discharged from the army this month, officials at the separ- ation center at Fort Lewis, Wash- ington have announced. Willard is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Emery May of the Arch Creek country and has 'been in the army for over three years but has served that time within the United States. Clarence Ivan Brown, .who was a member of the navy, is another from the Upton country who has received his discharge. No details were given. Robert W. Sell, formerly of Aladdin, was released August 25, 1945 at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan. He entered the army October 7, 1944. Pfc. Dillard A. Duvall of Sun- dance has also received his dis- charge. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Duvall of Sun- dance. Dillard served with the 8th Infantry Division in Norman- dy and the Rhineland winding up at the Elbe river. He entered i servtce February 12, 1943 and was overseas 21 months. He has the Combat Infantry badge and the Good Conduct medal. Frank ~Y. Demyan, who enter- ed the army from Crook county, received his discharge several months ago, according to his bro- ther Stephen of Four Corners. He is married a~d is now living at Evanston, Wyo. Frank served in the Pacific 21 months in New Guinea, New Britain and the Al- lison islands. X. Typewriter Ribbons at The Times assisted by the people of that: community, planned the celebra- tion as the Bush's have made their home in Hulett ever since they were married. An afternoon tea was serve~ from 2 to 4 P. M. by the ladies of the community. A lovely wed- ding cake, which served as the centerpiece, dominated the long. table decorated in gold and white. Mrs. Nell Bush acted as toast mistress and a program of music" was presented .by Evelyn Neima~a and Russell Born with Mrs. George Grenier accompanying on the violin. Mrs. Jim Bush of Belle Fourehe gave a reading as. did Mrs. Ed. Haurber of Devll#. Tower. W. W. Wood of Belle. Fourche was the mai~a speaker of the afternoon. After the program several pic- tures were taken of the family- and relatives. It was decided by the couple's. friends that they would get a great deal of enjoyment out of a new radio and tl%at will be their anniversary present to be purchas- ed as soon as availeble. x-- Dorothy Schulze Starr, who hag. been working in Gillette, is now" back i~ Sundanee. Mrs. Kenneth Ealy of Sundance. underwent surgery at the Sun- dance hospital Monday. IW M//l/ons goO go 01~ Of HEAD COLDSi zt's so ea~to ~et prompt, effective relief from d~ tress of ht~l colds with Va-tro-nolt Works right where trouble is to reduce congestion - soothe irritation - make breathing easier. Also helpe prevent many colds from developing ff used in time. Tryit ! l$ollowdlrectionstnfold~*o VICKS VA-TitO-NOL A Lot of Ranchers Want and Need New Farm Machinery This Bank Will Finance Your New Farm Machinery Needs. 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