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Mr. and Mrs. George Hoyer spent t couple of days with their son Merlin and family. Frank Ratcliff had the misfor- of cracking a rib while work- on his well. School was closed last week in 0rder to partition the upstairs into two rooms. Mrs. Ed Gantz has the grades and Mrs. J. O. of Sundance is teaching the grades. and Mrs. E. C. Collins were surprised Tuesday when former's father, Wm. Collins brother, James Collins of New Iowa, arrived for deer Woodrow Hale and Ray- Cox also accompanied them. luck favored them and they Dak. [ For better news in and around Hallowee'n was very quite a-'Alva please send your items round town. All the little folks Box 31. It is hard to write about' made the "trick or treat" round something you know nothing about. and then gathered at the Wilford Your help will be greatly apprec- Collins home where they played iated..Thank you. games and ate pop corn. Maurice and Mrs. Hauber spent Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Miller Creek Henry Pickerd and family. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Collins ac- companied Dave Peters to Belle Fourehe Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Stultz and family of Newcastle visited at 0'- We fill orders for: - fit for a king[ . Pies "k Cakes "k Rolls Orders will be filled on 24-hour notice. While you're in town and you want a real taste treat try our steaks, mountain trout and wall.eyed pike. The hunting season opened here with a bang! Many hunters, the majority being out of county, were out the first day and during the week, most filling their licenses, we hear. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Shaw of Belle Fourche were house guests last week at G. E. Olson's. J. D. Carr was a business visitor of Sundancc last Monday. Chesney Rathbun hauled coali from Gillette to be ready for win- ter which is just around the cor- ner. Jennie Lea Rathbun spent the weekend with Dixie Nuckolls at Hulett. Mr. and Mrs. Frank ttaselton of Sheridan visited at the Storts and Rathbun home over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Moore and Kathleen were Sunday visitors and also spent the afternoon at their ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blakemani and sons were recent guests at the Billy Habeck home. I Pauline Bunting of Extension Service gave a lighting demonstra- tion and Bob Sherrard of REA gave a talk and showed a film on uses of electricity in drying grain and hay at the hall Oct. 20. Those who failed to attend missed a very worthwhile demonstration, educa- 4,1 ............... -7"~ tional as well as interesting. We I OUR PRIVATE DINING ROOM IS ()PEN TO I hope to have another showing of the film to a larger group. ! I | EVERYONE. | Paul Cummings and Reno Lytle i i were callers at Hedgers Saturday. ..__ TItERE IS NO CIIARGE FOR ITS USE. | Mr. and Mrs. Norman Miles, I = .... = = = = == == ................. l; Norma Jean, Alice Ann and Dor- othy 0udin attended the show in Ray's Cafe Ida and Johnny Phone 100 Sundance, Wyo. Sundance Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Waltcrs and Delores were Business visitors in Sundance and Spearfish Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Miles and Chesney Rathbun were Rapid City visitors Monday. The dance at Divide hall Satur- day night was well attended. A good time is reported. The lucky number was held by Corky How- ard. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Myers, Billy David and Junie, Mr. and Mrs. Hil- ly Oudin and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Olson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Miles and Norma Jean attended 4-H Achievement ac- tivities at Sundance Saturday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Will Oudin, Hilly Oudin and Alice Ann, Tuff Vore and Penn Smith were Sunday THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Nov. 6, 1952 guests at Henry Oudin's. Mrs. Ella White and sons, ~. Lucy Minnich and Donna Niles were shopping in Spearfish and Deadwood Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Hilly Oudin, Dor- othy and Mrs. Annie Oudin were Sundance visitors Monday. Mrs. Billie Waiters entertained friends at a Stanley party at her home Monday evening. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Sid Harvey spent last Tuesday in Deadwood on busi- hess. Betty Crocker Cake Baking Contest Moorcrof Commun; y I-lall 3 Wonderful Rules of the Contest: I. Orange Chiffon Cake 2. Must use "Soft-asSllk" flour 3. Cakes become property of club. 4. Cakes must be in by II a.m. Large Bazaar - Sandwiches - Coffee Sponsored by the Moorcroft Homemakers What The Smart Westerner Wears... N I-IATS .up Westmoore Mfg. Co.'s Panhandle Slim Western Shirts up All-Virgin Wool I "You'll like these nails from TOWER LUMBER top quality and extra sharp!" We have just received a car of barb wire. If you need wire, better see ub soon as it is going fast. q Complete Repair and Service On All Makes of Cars and Trucks Thompson Motor Co. Oldsmobile GMC Spearfish, S. D. Dr. Wallace P. Wildermuth 0PTOMETEIST Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted Telephone 66 146 W. Illinois Spearfish, S. D. Spearfish Offlee Hours 9 to 5, Tues., Thurs. Saturday Form Fitted Western Shirts up (Men's and Women's) Western Cut, Waistband Overalls All colors, all prices I Devils Tower, Wyo. Better Building Materials for Less Homestake Hospital 9 to 5, Ion. Weds. FH. Hours Phone 300 Come in aid see us at Belle Fourche, S. D.