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Moorcroft (Last Week) Mrs. Elsie Watson of Los An- geles, who has been visiting at the Vesser home for several days left last Saturday to visit at the Bill Blakeman home in Sundance for a few days. She plans to spend some time with her sister Mrs. ~ary Lebo near Tower before de- parting for Iowa. Rodney Guthrie of Newcastle, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gibson and son of Gillette were visitors in Moor- croft last Sunday. Mrs. Marie Dor,~ett of Sundance is visiting at the Burt ttall home. Mrs. Prentiss Hall is on the sick list this week. Mrs. Russell Krause spent last Sunday at the home of Mrs. Bayes in Sturgis. It was Mrs. Baye's birthday and Mrs. Krause helped her celebrate. Mrs. L. H. R~binson and Mrs. Russell were Monday visitors in Upton. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Storm and Mrs. Wright of tIulett were Sun- day visitors at the Vesser home. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Cannon of Casper spent a few days in Moor- croft this week attending to busi- ness matters. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Holmes of Hulett were passengers on 43 Mon- day .to visit their son Ray and family who live near Sheridan. bits. Frank Somers of Pine ]Ridge was a passenger on 43 Mon- day to spend a few days in Sheri- dan on business. Mrs. Bud Cannon and Mrs. J. T. Vesser were visitors in Sundance Monday. Card Club Notes Mrs. Bertha Waymire was hos- tess last Thursday evening to the card club. Three tables of 500 were played. High score was won by ]Mrs. Dorothy Twiford, low by Mrs. Bertha Kimsey, traveling by Mrs. Marie Pierce. At the close of the games the hostess served refresh- meats. 'Tuzz" Scott of Gillette and Mr. and Mrs. Niswender were visitors in town Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Stewart took their daughter Sandra to Rapid City Wednesday to consult phy- sicians. We are surely wishing San- dra a speedy recovery. Mrs. Merle 1Nefsy is keeping Cynthia while they are away. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Twiford went to Glendo Thursday to spend a few days at the home of their son Bob and family. Bert Carter of Deadwood, S. D. was renewing old acquaintances here Friday. Bert is an old time resident of this vicinity, but for a number of years has lived in Deadwood. He was on his way to Gillette to visit old friends. Pythian Sisters' Gran~ Chief Visits Gloria Temple Pythian Sisters held their meet- ing Wednesday to honor their Grand Chief Grace Johnson of Basin who made her official visit at that time. Thirty-three mem- bers were present to enjoy the work put on by the Temple. Mrs. McCullough was initiated into the Order. After the business meeting a delicious luncheon of sandwiches molded salad, pickles, olives pumpkin pie with whipped cream, coffee and tea was served. Five visitors from Newcastle, Mrs. Li]- lian Cummings, Mrs. Stikes, Mrs. Morgan, Mrs. Hayes and Mrs. Har- rod were present to enjoy the work. Mrs. Cummings is Grand Protector of the Order. Mrs. John- son was accompanied by her hus- band, A. X. Johnson who is also a member of the Order. IIarry Dean's father and broth- er left Thursday for their home in Parsons, Kansas after enjoying a few days visit here and also a hunting trip. They planned to spend a day on the way home hunting pheasants, and visiting rel- atives at St. Frances, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Robinson @ere visitors Thursday in Sun- dance and at the Jack Lantz home. Mrs. Helen Macy Alsup of Mich- club. Three tables of 500 were]night. They went to Carlile Wed- played. High score was won by Mrs.l0 nesday to spend the night at the Della Stewart, low by Mrs. Marie[home of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Waddell, traveling was a tie be- Jones before returning to their tween Mrs. Dorothy Twiford and[home. They had visited in Sheri- Mrs. Freda Shoemake. Cut of the ]dan the past week with their son cards gave the prize to Mrs. Shoe-[:tay and family who live near make. At the close of the games [Sheridan. the hostes served delicious refresh- [ Bill Dexter of Clearmont was ments. [admitt@d to the hospital in Sheri- Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ripley re-Idan recently. It was learned here turned Friday after a two weeks [that he and his son were hunting trip to Calif. to visit their son, l in the Big Horns and his son's Jack and family who live at Fres- gun was accidentally discharged. no. On their return home they Bill was shot through the heel. visited their daughter and family (This Week) at Powell, Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. Sam McKinney of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ripley vis- Ravenna, Nebr. spent the week ited relatives and friends in Hul- end in Moorcroft. They returned ett Saturday. Sunday evening taking their grand- Bill Dexter of CIearmont was daughter back with them for a admitted to the Sheridan Memorial short visit. hospital on Oct. 24. His manyMr. and Mrs. Roy Kimsey of friends here are wishing him a Buffalo creek were shopping in speedy recovery, town Monday. Former Buffalo Resident Dies Mr. and Mrs. Orville Jones of Funeral services for RObert A. Carlile were visitors in town Sat- Watt were held Tuesday at Buff- urday evening. alo. Mr. Watt was in the roadWord was received this week construction business from 1915 from Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cooper to 1938. He died Friday iv Den- who are now stationed at Iowa ver while visiting his daughter, !City where Bob is R.O.T.C. in- Mrs. Rex Ratliff. Survivors include structor at the University of Iowa. a son, Bartlett Watt of Overland Mrs. Cooper is the former Mary Park, Kans., four brothers and a Beth Jensen. sister. The brothers and sister are Mrs. Doris Hall and Mrs. Mina Frank of Mooreroft, Gene, Upton; Lea Keef and children of Sheridan igan left on 42 Thursday after vis-IBruce, Pinedale; Fred, Knoxville, visited home folks here over the iting relatives and friends here [Tenn.; and Mrs. Arthur Puckett, weekend. the past week. Helen says she loves Michigan but is always glad to get back to see old friends and the old home town. Gillette visitors Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schuricht and children, Mrs. Joe Falbo' and daughters, Mrs. Nelson and daugh- ter Bonnie, Mrs. Dan Brennan of Rozet. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Vesser and Mrs. L. H. and Emily Robin- son. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart-Ensign were overnight visitors in Hot Springs last Thursday night. Frank Rogers and Bobble Smoots were among the ones going hunt- ing Saturday. Bobble Macy was a visitor in Sheridan over the weekend. Mrs. Orville Jones and Mrs. Ed- na Zimmerschied of Carlile spent a couple of days in Sheridan this week. Word came Saturday stating Mrs. Joe Gates of Custer, Mont. had submitted to surgery and was a patient in the Deaconess hospital in Billings. We are surely sorry to hear of her illness, but are wishing her a speedy recovery. Harry Dean left Sunday for Douglas where he will continue his work with Knisely-Moore Construc- tion Co. Card Club Notes Mrs. Marie Pierce was hostess last Thursday evening to the card Ft. Collins, Colo. Mr. Watt helped build a piece of road between Moorcroft and Gillette years ago when the work was all done by horses. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ragan spent the weekend in Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. "Fuzz" Scott and children of Gillette were visitors in town Sunday. Mrs. Stewart Ensign and daugh- ter, Mrs. Bobble Smoots, were Mon- day visitors in Sundance. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Robinson and family left early Tuesday morning for their home in La Cres- eenta, Calif., after spending the past week visiting at the A1 Hard- ing home. Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. Harding are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Vesser attend- ed the last rites for Herb Bush in Hulett Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Holmes and Airs. Orville Jones and Mrs. Wil- bur Zimmerschied returned from Sheridan Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Holmes visitod at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vesser Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Smelser who live near Gillette enjoyed Sunday din- ner with the Stewart Ensign ilYl~Iiss Flossie Hall visited Douglas over Sunday. dl Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kampr$ and Mrs. Margaret Boyd of On~I~ spent several days visiting at home of Mr. and Mrs. Merldll Waymire. Mrs. Kamprath and )~. Boyd are sisters of Mr. Waymire~'~ Mrs. Ellen Russell, Mrs. C~. Spaatz and Mrs. Tex Davis atte~ ed a luncheon in Newcastle l~, Tuesday at the home of Mrs. CbSt" lie Martin, with Mrs. Harold Bald" win as co-hostess. Card Club Notes Mrs. Ellen Russell was hosteP. 1;~st Thursday evening to the ca~ ~er~ club. Three tables of 500 played during the evening. Iti~ ~core was a tie between ~rs Cranston and Mrs. Pierce. Cut 0* the cards gave the prize to ~' Cranston. Low was won by ~*' Mary Falbo and traveling by hi#* Bess Robinson. At the close of ~ games the hostess Served refreSW meats. The fire siren was sounded.( bout 5 a.m. Tuesday morning ~ a fire which destroyed the c.0~" tents of the office at the S and ~, l~_otel. Origin of the fire is n~ known, but it is believed to be ~' the electric wiring, lVir. and tieim were all packc:l ready to leave Tuesday afte~'noo~ for south' era points where they plmlned to spend several months this #iS' ter. WELCOME PARDNER to the FALL HEREFORD SALE PROTECT THE PAY END OF YOUR COWS! FRANKLIN CHAP OINTMENT So[toning, Soothin9, Healing Avoids Odors in FRANKLIN UDDER.EZE for Cracked and Chapped Teats and Congestions Sundance Pharmay Phone 36 Sundance, Wyo. BREEDERS, BUYERS, VISITORS to the ANNUAL FALL HEREFORD SALE TO OF 1 New before winEer sees in / F-6 2 Ton V-8 2 speed rear axle, Booster brakes F-5 1 Ton V-8 S p- WYO. HEREFORD ASSN. We're happy to be able to welcome everyone to Sundanee for another sale of the Northeastern Wyoming Here- ford Association. Thts Is the 17th. And, as in the past, it's our hope that the sale again proves to be a success. And while you're in town, may we suggest that you stop in for a relaxing' drlng and a delicious meal. Phone 39 Sundance John Sehwartz Elmer Jensen Sundanee, W yomlng