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inlc IS A ~ree diabetic clinic for all students and interested adults ~vill ,be held during the first two ~weeks o~ November by the Moor. croft schoels. The clinic will ,be held from Nov. 3-7 and Nov. 10-14. Assist- ing with the clinic will be the Prairie Pals 44I Club. ~Photos of the luw level flights Vertical co ntro~ will h,ave to be an of ~che Cabin Creek Wa~tershed obtained in ~f~he ueual manner. have been received by the Soil ~l~bevt Zirnmerschied, a mern- ,Con.~tion Service. bar of the Cabin Creek W~ter- First morning urine speci- Two survey crews of the Wat- Shed Steerirtg Committee and a supervisor of the Buffalo Be~le mens ~vill ,be ~hecked to de~er- ershed l~anning Party will start SWCD, has agreed to work with mine the presence of sager and this week to obtain horizontal acetone, and vertical control of the pho- t'he survey party as a member of Persons ~zith questions about tos. A ~celemeter ~vill ,be used to the crew. the ~linic are asked to call Mrs. obtain hm'~zo~tal distance. T~his (Mr, Zimmerschied's ~irst ]~and Ch~lds, the school nurse, at 756- is an electronic surveying m~- knowledge of the area Should 355~ during sohool hours, chine that operates on a line of speed up the survey consider4d~ sight and is extremely accurate, ly. Presently serving in the arm- ed forces are Steven (top) and Stanloy Elwongar, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Wally Elwonger, Sun- d~nce, and great grands(ms of Mrs. Inoz Rawle~, Sundamce. Steven, who was recently pro- moted to sergeant, is stationod on Guam as an Air Forco cook. He has served two years. Stenloy, who has been in the Army for 11/= years, Is serving with the 9th Army Band in Alas. ka. North Bearlodge (Mr. and Mrs. Joe Svoboda at- tended the Beulah Ric:hards sale (Monday. M'r. and Mrs. Joe Svo- beda had dinner Wednesday at the Dean S~oboda home. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bunney were in Rapid CRy Monday. Clifford ~sh ,sold sheep at ,the sale ring in elle FourChe Tues- day. ~Vl.rs. ~ob Fowlkes bad some dental werk done in Spearfish Tuesday. ~v~r. and Mrs. Bob Fowlkes sold calves at the sale ring in (Belle ~Fourche Thm'sday. Wick C~rr sold c~tle at the sa~e ring in Sturgis Wednesday. Ado Nilson shopped in Belle Fourche uesd y. (Mr. and Mrs. Joe Svoboda at- tended the Sunny Divide Farm ~reau meeting at the Ralph ~t~lla home Friday night. Mrs. Joe ,Svohoda spent Saturday vis- itirtg Nellie Svobocta in Hulett, also a~tendi~tg the stoekgrowers meeting in the a~tern~n ~hile Joe was g~thering Farm ~ureau member hi,p. 'Rosalind ~unney shopped in ~elle Fourvhe and SpearfiSh Frl- day. Joke Gri~fith ,the brand inspect- or, called at Oscar Nilsons and Wilfred J?~unne~s Saturday morn- ing. Mr. and ~Irs. Oscar Nilson, Mr. a~d ~tirs. Joe Svoboda and Mr. and Mrs. Wigred ,Bunney attend. ed the Alva Farm Bareau meet- ing ~t Henry Colemans Saturday v ght. ,Mr. and Mrs. George Kinds~a~. er visited at unneys Sund,ay at. ternoo~. Mr. and (Mrs. Frances Stafford o~ Be~le Fourche visRed at Nil. sons Sunday. (Mr. and (M~s. Tommy Huckins spent (Monday and Tuesday at Kay Driskills hetpin,g Kay r~und- up ca,ttle. Kay Driskill sold calves at the sale in ,Belle F~ur- che Thursday. Mr. and ,Mrs. ~illo ~arrington of Rapid City spent Tuesday visRing {Mr. and ~s. Kay Driskill. Fire volleyball game of the ~ ~, read ~rom servicemen regarding the cookies mailed to them. An- for Sundance high school other ~rom the lander Training girls will be held at Moorcroft (Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Baty, Car.School thanked the club for the Four Men On Thursday, according to Supt. Rog- liale, .Mass., are the parents of nine boxes of clothing delivered er Thorson. Game time is 4:30 ,their first child, a son, 'born Oct. by Mr. and (Mrs. Warren wood. 24. The 4 lb. 10 oz. b~by has p.m. * * * been named Christopher Thomas.Foll~wirtg the ~usiness race,t" Supt. Roger Thorson will at- (Mrs. Baty is the ~ormer Shir-ing, a Christmas gift ho~by show F~ur Sundance high school tend a northeast district school ley Cure, d'aught~r of ~r. andwas held featuring hand-mad~ players .have .been selected on edmlnlstrators meeting at Gil-Mrs. Bud Cure, Sundance. Mrs. gi~fts. Each men~ber brouga the l~ort,heast District all-con- lette Monday. Cure was e~pected to flyto gifts h)r display and t~Id ~v ~e.rence offensive and defensive He said the meeting will cover Massachusetts Wednesday. they made them. ,- ~footbal,l te'a,ms. The all-con~er- planning of events and coordin- Next me~i.ng of the club will ence clubs were named this past 'week. Named to o~ffe,nsive unit were Jim Viergets, ~aekle; Perry Liv- ingston, gu,ard; and Gary Road- ifer, ~ullba'ck. .Alan ~arper was named as a defensive back. ,All are seniors except for Viergets, who was the on,ly S~l~homore named ~o the squad. The offensive unit lists two ttulett players - guard Ed Wilson and quarterback Wayne A~berg. Moorcraft's Jim Kentz was named to a ~ckle spat on the defensive team. Others selected on the offen- sive unit were: Ends - D~ve IIarshman, Mid- west; and Jim Sobotka, To,~gue River; tackles - Terry Whom, Upton; center - 'Dale Miller, Mid- west; &aiffoa,cks . (Bimbo Ran.kin, U~ton; and Randy Macy, Mid. west. Other defensive unit seleotions were ends - ~ob Eldridge, Mid- west; and Joe Mackay, Big Horn; tackles - Anton 'Booek, Tongue River; guards . J. C. Gu~pton, Tongue River; and Tom ,Barritt, Upton; and defensive backs - Rich l~arkinson, Tongue River; Wayne Dally, ~ig Horn; Brad Chapman, (Midwest; and Wayne ~udson, Upton. Roadffer, Harper and Living. ston were also named to the all. conference squad last year. Notice to Creditors In the ~atter ~ the Estate of Harvey F. Davis, Deceased. Notice is ~hereby given that letters testamentary have been granted to the undersigned ex- ecutrix by the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, in the ~bove estate, and ,that all per. sorts ,havir~g claims against said estate are required ~o ~ile them vith the necessary ~uchers in the office of the Clerk of the above named court or to e~hibit them ~rith the,necessary vouchers on or before three months after October 30, 1969, the d,a~e of the ~irst pu~blication of this notice to ,t~e undersigned executrix a ~.he law offices of Reynolds & Httghes in Sundance, Wyoming, and i~ such claims are not so ~i,led or exhibited, they will be forever ~barred. ~)ated this 30th day ,of October, 1969. Neva G. Davis, Execu~xix Reynolds & Httghes, Attorneys ,Oct. 30, Nov. 6; 13 PIctures of Sundance student~ will be taken Nov. 4 and 5 by Samuels Studio, Rapid City. Packot pictures will be taken on Nov. 4 with senJor students having their pictures taken Nov. 5. P~rents who wish to have pic. ture~ taken of preschool chil. dren are asked to bring them to seheol at 3:30 p.m. on Nov. 4. t Ct A concert by the Air Forco band from EIIsworth AFB, Rapid City, will be presented in the high school gymnoslum Thurs. day starting at 1 p.m. The pub- lic is Invlted to attend. Hulett Wom~n Granted Divorce in Court Here (Mrs. ,Mary Kathryn Russell, Hulett, was granted a divorce from James W. Russell in district court here Oct. 13. Earlier in- formation give~ The Sundance Times had indica,ted that Russell received the divorce. Attorneys ~or Mrs. Russell were Charke, ~i41 and Lamke, Belle Fourche. Richard J. Macy, Su,ndance, represented Russell orion of activities between Buttons & Bows Club be held, Nov. 19 wi.th Betty Oln" schools. Holds Monthly Meeting d y as hostess. Election of of- The regular monthly meeting ~icers and the secret pal ex- o.f ,the ~Buttons and ,B~ws Club change will highlight the mee~" ~as held re,cently .at the home in,g. Members ~vill attempt to of Ione ~au,ber. Nine members guess their secret pal for rol~lt answered roll call with "Some-call. thing I Neglect Doing That I ShouJd." Infants' snowsuits and bunt" Plans were .completed ~or the ings, one and two-piece, stool!, ]~r~ch that was served at the medium, large and toddler 2-3~ I ........... Beu,lah Riehards sale Oct. 20. Jack gad Jill Shop. Club members were reminded to ,turn in the l~ink slips from the The :~ge ,grouse, ~metimes Gold ~nd group program to called the sage hen or sage chic~" Shirley Ratl~bu~n. en, is the ,largest grouse on @e Two th,ank you letters weer North American Continent. 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