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October 31, 1957

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A PEEK started control work on the Pine Bark Beetle in the Bear Lodge. The work is now being conducted Four Corners (Oct. 31) Albert Perino was a caller in Contrary to popular belief, the Belle Fourche Friday. call of the bull moose during the Quite a number of people from mating season is a low-pitched, At the Past timber department, was killed in an accident Saturday morning. He callers in Newcastle Monday. YEARS AGO , was operating a bulldozer with a W.O. Mayberry, Mr. and Mrs. ;r 30, 1952 veen 700 and 800 people jam- timber crew on Sand Creek about Jay Mayberry were callers in New- a mile above the Annenberg es- castle Monday. Durfee's Dry Goods store Mort- rate when a falling tree struck him. Albert Perino was a dinner guest When open house was held to Sundance grade school children of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hitzel. the opening of Bud and collected 110,293 pounds of scrap Fred, Maisey and Nora Farely Russell Durfee's store in their iron, or almost 830 pounds per were callers in Osage Wednesday. Ed Pzinski was a social caller at conditions in the child, putting the Sundance school the Jay Mayberry home Thursday. as a good contender in the state Hills and Harney National contest. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wocicki re- along the Sandpit Trail. FIFTEEN YEARS AGO Louis Nicholoni was a social cal- here attended the Ealy sale Tues- brief grunt. It is the cow moose Elmer Olson, 32, an employee of ler of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mayberry day. that gives out a series of loud the Homestake Mining Company's Monday evening. John Perino attended the live- sounds, which may be described Mr. and Mrs. John Perino were stock sale at Gillette Friday. as bawlings. W.F. Newland Established 1885 James l. 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Jack, owes the state the sum of Forest Service has again $5,277~ ~.,then make yourself J l at $3,100. cent findings of a dinosaur on the ~ce ( 16 oz. fleece, 75% wool, 15% nylon, 10% cash- mere Simulated leather buttons. Quilt lined (18 oz. body. S ze 6 thru 16 I ).00 100 Acrilan in Wyoming and South The Continental Oil Co. moved turned Friday from a two weeks have forced the postpone- in machinery last week prepatory vacation in Conneticut, Nebraska of the hunting season in to drilling which started Tuesday and Illinois where they had been GOOD CATTLE Dakota and will do the same on the Coltharp ranch about 14 visiting relatives and friends in REASONABLY PRICED portions of the for- miles northeast of Moorcroft where those states. sOuth of Highway 14. they have leased several hundred Fred, Maisey and Nora Farely R. Bush of Hulett, a acres of land. were social callers of Mr. and Mrs. resident of Crook county, The Office of Price Administra- Victor Lissolo Friday. in the Belle Fourche hospital tion announced today that begin- Forrest Bey, Ted Noeske and NEWLAND & SON ~e~ 22. He was 75. He had ning midnight, Nov. 28, coffee will Jack Trumm from Alexandria, in Crook county since 1882. be rationed throughout the United Minnesota were week-end guests COLONY, WYOMING recipe for hunter's steaks has ~Sid Harvey of Sundance in States at the rate of one pound at the Felix Perino home. ovember issue of Field and every five weeks for each person over 15. The ration will permit .-.-,- magazine. His recipe will slightly more than a cup of coffee i[ ~ -.---- in the cookbook section of per day for each person. [ Ir" 7 It lakes a good neighbor to found , magazine. TWENTY YEARS AGO I 1 BlrSI T1 kT [3" Ii a good neighbor store, Today, # ; YEARS AGO October 28, 1937 ( I I ID. ii the over 1690 stores that continue ] /~er 30, 1947 Soil and range conservation ben- I 1 l'll II I I-J Penney's good-neighbor w~y of ! cost Hereford breeders of the efits for 1937 in Crook county will heastern Wyoming Hereford be about double what they were in doing businesss honor him with ~iation exactly $30.14 per ant- 1936 with somewhere between $80, ~ ~ m m m the year's most dramatic offers . . . to sell 46 head of registered 000 and $100,000 being distributed .'ford bulls at the sale here among the 750 ranchers and farm- ~ i 11, Willet Keyser, secretary of ers who have participated in the Spearfish, S.D. Thursday, riday, Sat. association, revealed Tuesday. program. lwln G. Rounds of Sundance Many local sportsmen are of the elected president of the re-opinion that the deer season ly reactivated Northern Black should have been closed in the ! Association at a meeting of Bear Lodge this year due to the board of directors in Spearfish. fact that an estimated 250 deer ~e Harry Linklater sale held at have perished in that area from 'ranch near Hulett Monday of hemorrhagic septicemia. Week saw livestock and ma- That dinosaurs roamed around sold at good prices. One this neck of the woods about the Perfect C. Aster 6th, a time Devils Tower was a hole in animal, topped the the ground is evidenced by the re-