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!!i Carlile Roberts and Leo Kreber the Hoese cattle from sum- to the river Monday. of the telephone Dhas been delayed, awaiting the of more poles. Hole dig- has been completed on the stretch of line. son was born to Mr. and Mrs. ~rd Zimmerschied at the Gill- hospital Oct. 23. 's. Edna Zimmerschied and Lucy Jones motored to Sher- Sunday and returned Tuesday. rid Roberts, Martha Reimer Harry Lee Garman marketed and attended the sale at last Wednesday. and Mrs. Elbert Zimmer- ymade, a trip to Spearfish Wilma Lawrence is the owner of a piano which her purchased for her at the sale. Lee Garman, Minnie May and Martha Reimer enjoy- sa evening of hunting Wednes- Reimer returned to her in Iowa Wednesday after a weeks visit with relatives friends. She was accompanied brother, Neal Garman who her back in the car. ~Ir. and Mrs. George Hurlburt Oregon. were brief with relatives and friends community and in Sundance Week. They had not been here ten years. Mrs. Hurlburt is a to Mrs. Frances Garman Ed Blakeman of Carlile, John W. tI. Blakeman of Sundanee. gathering was held in at Ed Blakeman's Sun- Those present were David family, Edward Blakeman, Ed Blakeman, Garmans, Martha Reimer, Robert Blakeman, Marvin Blakeman, John Blakeman, W. H. Blakeman and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lamb of Oshoto. David Roberts and Harry Lee Garman trucked cattle to Belle Fourche for Ed Blakeman Thurs- day. Mercedes Roberts and sons spent Thursday at Gracie 7Aramer- schied's. Mrs. Howard Zimmerschied re- turned home from Gillette hospital with her infant son Tuesday. Both are doing nicely and the baby has been named Danny Ray. Howard Zimmerschied is having a new bath room addition built onto his house. The Hallowe'en party at the Cabin creek school house Friday evening was well attended. Pres- ent were the families of David Roberts, Orville Jones. Art Zim- merschied, Howard Zimmerscbied, i Wilbur Zimmerschied, Dutch Zim- merschied, Elbert Zimmerschied, Frances Garman, Mrs. Elsom, Lawrences of Carlile, Harry Ber- ger, Del Evans, Fred Sehn, Bill Svobodo, Piney Sheperd, Bob Bris- lawn, Harold Birch, Mr. Dixon, Ce- cil Irwin, Junior Williams of O- shoto, Max Svoboda of Hulett. Emory George, Dean Hutchins, Eu- gene Kipp, Mrs. Vernie Taylor of Sundance and Miss Minnie Mac George, teacher of Cabin Creek school. A nice program was pre- sented by the Mirch-Brislawn and Cabin Creek schools combined. Gale Berger spent Sunday visit- ing Alice Garman. Other visitors at the Garman home over the weekend were Robert Garman of Moorcroft, Ben L. Garman of Holy- oke, Colo. and Mrs. Bertha Miller of Riverton. They are brothers and sister of Newell Garman. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Holmes visited to the i #Off d4N at the Garman home Monday eve. ning. Edw. Moeller, Sr. returned to his home in Laramie Sunday after spending an unsuccessful week of hunting in the Big Horns and vis- iting relatives here. for which application No. 111-FM- 127 was filed by Conrad Williams, Belle Fourche, South Dakota, and | application No. lll-FM-150 was fil- ed by Neiman Brothers, Hulett, Wyoming. No bid will be consider- ed for less than $6.00 per MBF for the Ponderosa Pine. Total ap- I praised price $942.00. Deposit to accompany bid $95.00 plus 10% of amount bid over $942.00. De- posit will be applied on the pur- chase price, refunded, or retained ~in part as liquidated damages ac- cording to conditions of the sale. The right is reserved to reject any and all bids. Before bids are sub- mitted full information concerning the sawtimber, the conditions of sale and the submission of bids should be obtained from the Re- gional Chief, Division of Range and Forest Management, Bureau of Land Management, 1245 North 29th Street, Billings, Montana. Sundance Times --- Nov. 6 From 1942 through 1947, farm* ers retained as net income about 50 percent of their annual gross THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Nov. 6, 1952 Infestations of sucking lice have been extensive enough that they virtually sucked all the life blood from cattle. SAWTIMBER FOR SALE, UNIT- income. Since then, however, ex- penses have taken a larger and Total, volume of power, ma- ED STATES DEPARTMENT OF larger proportion of gross income, chiner~, and equipment on farms THE INTERIOR. Subject to the In 1952, only about 38 percent of l January 1, 1952, was about 85 per- Act of July 31, 1947, (43 USC Sec., gross income is being retained in I cent above the average of 1935- 1185) and the regulations there-lthe form of net income. This isl39. Because of relatively high under, (43 CFR, Part 259), sealed i the smallest percentage ever re-Ipurchases in 1952, USDA econo- bids will be received by the Re- corded except in the severe de-lmists expect amount of machinery gional Chief, Division of Range pression years of 1921 and 1931- ] and power on farms in 1953 to ex- and Forest Management, 1245 33. eeed that of any previous year. North 29th Street, Billings, Mon- tana, up to and opened at 11:00 a.m. Mountain Standard Time, No- ' ~e vember 13, 1952 for all the Saw- Outsells all other Kentucky whiskies timber marked or designated for because it's- ~ ~] removal, situated in the SWa SWlA Sectin 27' Twnship 54 ~~~/~' .~~ North, Range 66 West, 6th Prinei-II pal Meridian, Crook County, Wyo- ming, estimated to be 157 MBF Ponderosa Pine, more or less, and F b Handy Door Shelves , . . Buffer- Keeper... Big 52 lb. Freezer Lock- er... Full-Width Freezer Drawer .... 20 sq. ft. Shelf Space .o. Flexible Shelf Arrangement,, .. Giant Twin Crispers. THE OLD SUNNY BROOK COMPANY, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY on 1946 JEEP Heater, Prestone, new battery, five extra good tires. I I 1949 CHEVROLET TON Radio, heater, spotlight, sun visor, good rubber, winterized I I I 1950 FORD TON Tires are good, heater, spotlight, Prestone, stock rack. HUNTER'S 1946 JEEP Just the outfit to pack home your deer 1948 NASH ]radio, heater, motor completely overhauled, anti-freeze. ! 194J6 CHEVROLET 1 ToN Heater, six very, good tires, anti-freeze, meehanh'aily O.K. DeLuxe 10 MODEL KZ-HIOD 1940 DODGE COUPE Clean ear with heater and music I0 Cu. Ft. C-,paclty 1940 DODGE RECON Pay for the tires and it's yours. Paul S. Sharp Phone 101 Owner 8undance, Wyo. Farm Harold Bovee Phone 198J luipment and Walter "Chick" Runyan Belle Fonrehe, 8. D. @