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Ravage U. S. Forest Clamps Down Considerable damage to timber the Bear Lodge has been-done according to Ever- forest ranger for the Lodge district. of the Bear Lodge are said' Shipek, to kill porcu- whenever they have a chance. Forest Service has been at- to stamp out the pest for ~e time. )rotected by law, the porcu- can be killed at any time the year except in parks wildlife refugees where all is protected. assistant regional for- Arthur L. Nelson in charge timber management for the Service reported last Fri- that porcupine damage to in the Rocky Mountain re- was reaching serious propor- "Records reveal that a single can and often does dam- or kill as many as 100 trees a winter," Nelson said. climb into trees and girdle them by eating the killing many trees and dam- others. Unsociable animals, )ines have hollow, air filled enabling them to float a- streams and ponds. They once a year and bear a porcupine in the spring weighs about a pound. said that while the start- in the number of pot- had not been satisfactorily it might be related to reduction of predatory ani- Seely Ackerman returned home from Rapid City where Underwent minor surgery. Fount Bush visited Thurs- at the R. S. Jolley home. and Mrs. Ward Pruitt and and Mrs. Emery Watson and Billie, returned to their home at Barnard, Kansas, having spent the past week at the T. E. Tromble Mrs. Pruitt and Mrs. Trom- are sisters. and Albert Gray, Max Homer~ and Clint Holmes home from their elk in the Tetons. They report luck." Mr. and Mrs. Dale Iverson spent Colony I Middleton who will leave Tuesday ] TIrE SUNDANCE TIMES Saturday visiting at the Then ] night by plane for Houston, Texas. I Sundance, Wyo. Nov. 6, 195:$ Tromble home. The Robert Henwood family/He expects to return at Christmas / Word has been received of th--~ On Friday the Johnson school spent Thursday and Friday visit- time after which he will move his |death of Smythe Davenport of with Fern Davidson, teacher, and ing Mrs. Henwood's parents, Mr. the Goldie school with Edith Cody, and Mrs. Jake Speidel at Sundance. Denville. Texas. lte was a brother teacher, visited the Elk Horn Returning Friday evening they school. The three schools are or- brought Robert's father, Mr. Tom ganizing a basketball team. Those Henwood of Spearfish who will who attended besides the teachers visit for a few days with Bob's and pupils were Mrs. Roy Brim-family at Colony. met and children, R. S. Jolley, Mr. ttallowee'n did not pass un- and Mrs. Then Tromble, Mrs. Peg- observed at Colony. The little gy Stewart, Mrs. Esther Acker-folks rigged up in horrible cos- man and Donnie and Aubrey Longtumes and false faces and called who is coaching the boys. at the various homes. They sure Mr. and Mrs. Dick Ackerman did throw a terrible scare into were in Hulett Saturday on busi- we grown ups. Tricks or treats ness. was their "war cry" and after re- Jay Airheart returned home on ceiving their treats they left and Friday. from Rapid where he went played no pranks. through the Medical Center Clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Newland at- Rosa Homes and daughters cal- tended the Western South Dakota led at the Osborn home Saturday. Sheep Growers convention in Belle Max Osborn was a business cal-Fourche last Wednesday and ler at the Charles Shaw home Sat- Thursday. urday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bean de- Homer Homes attended a school livered a truck load of grain to board meeting at the Bernard De- the Greenwood ranches one day Lancey home Friday night, last week. (This Week) Mrs. Dave Rowand and Mrs. Dick Ackerman was in Rapid Max Middleton were callers at the City, S. D. Monday for a checkup AI Geisinger ranch Friday after- at the clinic, noon. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tromble re- Robert Pughe is having a cement turned to their home at Coleridge, water tank built at his ranch near Nebr. after having spent the past' Colony. A1 Harwood is doing the two weeks visiting the former's work. cousins, Thea, Virgil and Vernis ~Tromble. Mrs. Ray Brimmer and children returned to their home near Miles City Sunday. They had been visit- ing the past *.~ree weeks at the hcme of her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Jolley. The Clint and Homer Holmes families were in Sundance on busi- ness this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Svoboda were in Belle Fourche Thursday to the sale. While there Mrs. Svcbodal called at the Dale Stover home. About 60 people from the. As- sembly of God Church gathered at the Thea Tromble home Saturday night for a Masquerade Hallow- c'en party. Mr. and Mrs Dick Ackerman and Donnie vi3ited the latter s varents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mauch, in Sund:nce Tudsday Two of our com'uis,ot*.i E. J. Svoboda and Trvs'y Moolc 'r, ade a business trip to Montana Mon- day to meet with the Commissicn- rs there. Mr. and Mrs. James Newland were hosts to a group of friends Saturday evening at a supper par- ty. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Churchill Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rowand, Mr. and Mrs. Max Middle- ton, Lillian and Alfred Jenson. The party was in honor of Max family to Corpus Christi, Texas where they will make their home. The Colony tIomemakers club of IIenry Davenport who is well will have their annual Thanksgiv- ing dinner for all members and their families. It will be Saturday evening, November 22nd, a week later than usual, to put the date closer to Thanksgiving. The place will be announced at a later date. known in this area. Minor Shaykett and a crew of workmen are repairing and re- building the corrals and buildings at the old Clel Raber p!ace on Owl creek. ----Commercial Club Tonight------ A4verHsoment From where I sit... Joe Marsh Left Ham Sandwich Ambled over to Bob's Restau- rant Tuesday for lunch and noticed a new sign "Left Ham Sandwich, 40 ... Right Ham Sandwich, 30#." "Why the sign, Bob?" I asked. "Don't tell me you believe hogs scratch more with their right leg than with their left--so's the left ham is more tender?" "No," he says. "I don't take any stock in it. But, some people have ordered those 'left' sandwiches. When I explain to them that ~here's nothing to that fable, that the sign is just a business-getter, and I've only one price, they enjoy to the Nort:ha st:ern Wyoming -40 a regular, old fashioned, plain ham sandwich all the morel" From where I sit, stcu'ies like "right" hams being tougher thrum "left" ones are with us becau~ .~me people get ideas into their head and hang onto them for dear life. It's like those who think am adult like myself hasn't the rigldt to a glass of beer with my mmiJper. I say let's keep our opinionw free from being "sandwi~-in" b~ misinformation. Copyright, 1952, United States Bretoers Fo~ I-lere Cord Assn. Commercial Club Tonight----- ,/ My Love and Devotion.--Doris Day Indian .Love Call--Slim Whitman The Ruby and the Pearl--Frankle Laine Piece A.Puddln'--Jo Stafford and Frankie Laine Special Record Sale 45 and 78 rpm's Some good Some mediocre 1950 CHEVROLET Ton Pickup Like New 1950 CHEVROLET Ton Pickup Excellent Condition $1250 ...... " DOOR , ' .... 1 41 FORD 2 1949 CHEVROLET 1945 DGE 2 Ton Truck Speed Axle | Short Wheelbase Ton Truck 5 Speed Transmission Speed Axle Some horrible Come in and take them home. / . 1942 Studebaker - 5 passenger coupe "k 1939 Ford Coupe . 1938 Chevrolet - 2 Door On the Balcony in Walt's Book Store Spearfish, S. D. Phone 40 Sundance, Wyo. I