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October 31, 1957

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TOEXPECT ~vo~ several inquiries regarding guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Speide]. , THE SUNDANCE TIMES possible extensions and said the Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Davis of Gil- S~ndance, Wyo. Oct. 28, 1957 inquiries indicate that some sports- lette visited Sunday at the home and Mrs. Harold Bernd and chil. GAME SEASONS THIS YEAR a.nin to avi ' ro* er ron wore a, o dinner guests at anticipated extensions, rather than The Wyoming Game and Fish for existing seasons and not coufit during the regular season. Mr. and Mrs. George Beagle. Mr. the Beagle home. t suggested today that on extension of seasons.State Game and Fish Commis- IPol~smen plan their hunting trips The Department said it has sioner A. F. C. Greene said "every re- attempt has been made to establish ~ rip Salute~W| ST N C0UI hunting seasons this year on the ! ~ ! basis of the best information avail- able as to populations, needs for ( ... Western Gateway to the Black Hills reductions and anticipated win- J"t~ ' ~ tering,, and summering condltzons." " Therefore, in conformance with the stated policy of the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission, no extensions are anticipated except in cases of emergency or where ~ eond,tionsinvoved rebeyondou,, no,n,, ' control. We suggest hunting trips be planned for the existing sea- sons." I Spn" ed bY SeUpad l, eenV u tee F re1m Aladdin In northeastern Wyoming, on the South Dakota ; EGION HALL -. SUND,a NC borderd is Weston County. Nestled in the western (Oct. 31) portion of the Black Hills. it's a scenic wonderland. Mrs. Ted Sager spent the week- ) . , . { Here is the stepping-off point to such historic high- end at Dayton, Wyoming and also ) Admission: Music by lights as famous Mt. Rushmore, Custer State Park. visited her daughter Phyllis and Newcastle, county seat of Weston County, Is a husband at Worland. 1 oOO person Bill Dafoe Orchestra fast-growing city of 6,000. It is a community built There was a telephone meeting by ranchers and oil men. Newcastle became an oil at the Ralph Nickelson home on center in 1949 and is now the headquarters of oil Friday night. They decided t/ ~ATU~DAY~I activity in northeastern Wyoming The area is still build their own line and will start 92% range land, however, and more than 45,000 choice as soon as the material is obtained. stock cattle are raised here each year The United Mrs. Ralph Niekelson spent last States Brewers Foundation salutes Weston County week in Belle Fourche at the Don and its friendly, progressive citizens who favor our Nickelson home while Don was inI I Self.Regulation program- a program which assures the hospital. He got out on Friday the sale of beer and ale under orderly, well.regulated and Olga returned to her home on conditions, that day. Riehy Niekelson spent . 0 the week with the Larry Ross'. BEER and ALE... Mrs. Larry Ross made several trips j~~ to Belle Fourche during the week. O~ The Ross family and Richy visited at the John Whalen home Thurs- UTAH-WYOMING DIVISION United States Brewers Foundation, Inc. 366 South 5th East Street, Salt Lake City, Utah l h. AT 8-1065 | and the of the Edward Peterseu, Mgr. Sundance, Wyo. day evening. Mrs. Don Nickelson was hostess to a birthday dinner on Sunday evening for the birth- days of Mrs. Ralph Nickelson and Diane Nickelson. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Styles and son from Big Stone City, S. Dak,, Mr. It. L. Bancroft and sons of Minneapolis are at Millers hunt- ing. Claudette Miller visited Tues- day with Darlene Dillavou. Claude ~ ,~ ,,~'~ ' Miller is at the Ben Miller home for a few days. The Whalen family visited at the Henry Pickerd home Tuesday evening. The Pickerds were at the Whalen home Sunday evening. The Conrad Ellsbury family is enjoying TV. James Clayton, a cousin of Steve's is spending a few days at the Steve Geis home. They have hunters from Minnesota and Mis- souri. Wally Elwonger visited at the Charles and Frankie Pearson home on Tuesday. Mr, and Mrs. Roy Nel- son and Donnie spent the after- noon at the pearson home on Sun- day. Howard Robinson was a caller. The Redwater Farm Bureau held its regular meeting at the Aladdin school house Friday eve- ning. Mr. Warren Ferrell showed two films, one was on conserVa- tion and the other on safety. Everyone in the Aladdin com- munity may have their blood typed at the Belle Fourche hospital. This enables anyone in the com- munity to have a pint of blood when needed at the price of $15.00 where it would cost over $50.00go to the otherwise. Leona Gels has given a pint to start with and no more is Northeastern Wyoming Hereford needed until that is used. Please have it done as soon as you can. Assoc" " Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Pearson latlon attended the Crook County Farm Bureau Membership Drive meet- ing at the home of Ruth Frolander on Sunday evening. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. John Lindsey spent the weekend visiting rela- tives in Worland. A Most Hearty Welcome Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crago and boys made a business trip to Spear- to., fish, Wednesday. Mrs. Lee McElwain attended a bridal shower for her sister Nancy Follette held in Sturgis, Sunday. Mr. McElwain and Miss Follette's fiance Frank Frey spent the day hunting in the Bear Lodge. Mrs. Leonard Snook received treatment at St. Joseph's hospital Saturday following an accident which severely cut two fingers. Mrs. John Taylor and children went to the Snook.farm Saturday Ph. 3-2185 Sundance, Wyo. to help Mrs. Snook with her work. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Kordziel and children were Sunday supper