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| lnyan Kara [ Wyo__2 No,___. e_, 195._ L']~[r. and Mrs. Delbert Foster and [ Mrs. Annie Erickson, Mr. and ~key and Mrs. Lizzie Toth were tMrs" David Erickson and Larry |~ests last Sunday at the Louis [were guests Saturday at the Leon- 10~hPs. hlc~r, and Mrs. Jay Mathwig andlard Peterson's. Other callers dur- ling the week were Lenus Larson, |~hie of Custer were guests last Howard Sorenson and Mrs. Maur- ,|Inday at the Roy Little s. ice Lappe. ] ~Ir. and Mrs. Sam Rice were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hansen and PPer guests last Tuesday at the Miss Lorraine Hansen were Sunday rgil Dyer's. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Little were ;ernoon callers at the E. B. atfield's last Monday. ~Ir. and Mrs. Lesley Simpson Bud were guests Wednesday the Louis Olah's. ~Ir. and Mrs. Waiter Johnson of ansas City, Me. arrived last week tel are visiting at the Reuben i~,~eCklason home. While here Mr. J~nson is enjoying deer hunting. Henry Voss, Mrs. Carl Mayer ~cl Cheyrl were dinner guests ~ednesday at the Roy Little's. . l~Ir. and Mrs. Marshall Nussbaum ad Miss Betty Mae Nussbaum at- ~nded the sale in Sturgis Wednes- Ly. Kathy and Susan Nussbaum ent the day at the Roy Little's. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Neeklason Gillette spent the weekend at Reuben Necklason home. Mar- ~all Nussbaum was a caller Mon- eY. "3 ~Ir. and Mrs. Steve Demyan were |~Uaday dinner guests at the Virgil .~_10ers, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Olah |~e afternoon callers and Julius |u--e~nYan was a Monday caller. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Foster ~rve a birthday party Thursday their son Mickey. Those pres- ~Were Mr. and Mrs .Louis Olah, Lizzie Toth, Mr. and Mrs. I.~s- Simpson and Bud. guests at the Jimmie Hanson's. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Clingan and family and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark and daughter were Sunday dinner guests at the N. S. Clarks. Mrs. Sam Lappe and children and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Clark and daughter were afternoon and eve- ning callers. Miss Myrna Mac Butts and Ol- iver Clark called at the Tommy Clarks, Leonard Peterson's and Willie Richmann's Sunday Sanda Lea Mayer spent Tuesday night at the Roy Little's. Other callers during the week were Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Nussbaum, Miss Betty Mae Nussbaum, Carl Mayer and Buddy Livingston. A good crowd attended the Mrs. Fred Crisman sale. Mrs. Crisman and Tony plan to leave this week for California where she will visit with her daughter Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinkcom and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Ahr and family of Lead were Sunday guests at the Roy Little's. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Olah were dinner guests Monday at the Ben Justisce's in Spearfish. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Living- ston, Mr. and Mrs. James Locke, Jimmy and Bill Hanson were guests Sunday at the Buddy Liv- ingston's. to the We are boosting for the success of your 17th sale to be held in Sundance November 11, 1952. ;sn. Bringing electric power to Crook, Weston and Campbell counties. Offices: Sundance, Wyo. 0 WNED BY SERVE to the HEREFORD SALE NOV. 11 WITH THE NEW DE LUXE REFRIGERATOR Full-Width Super- Freezer Chest Exclusive Quick- ube Trays Twin, All-Porce- lain Hydrators New Meter-Miser with 5-Year Protection Plan Beautiful new cabinet st)'fJng NEW ! Roll - to -You - Shelves ! --glide out full length-easily, silently on nylon rollers. No more "hlde-and-seek" with back-shelf foods. Cooling coils in cabinet walls and around Freezer Chest provide SAFE temperatures---from top to bottom l New built-ln Food-Safety Indicator proves it l Also see the new Cycla-matic, Master and Standard Models priced from $214.75. Easy Terms-Liberal Trade-in Allowances }hOne 50R Cal and Dora Hayward 8undanee, Wyo. Will sell all classes of calves, feeder steers and heifers. Most of the consignments will be in carload lots or near carlots. Already listed: a good many large consignments of feeder heifers and steers and calves. One consignment of 175 choice Angus calves, ]nixed heifers and steers. This sale will he nationally advertised and if you have stock to consign, please advise as early as possible. In connection with our regular cattle sale, we will sell all kinds and classes of sheep. Sale begins at 9:30 a.m. All classes of horses: saddle horses, ponies, shetlands, breedy stock and range horse. A consignment sale of registered cattle, Registered bulls, cows and heif- ers. 'rids consignment will be limited to 60 head of bulls and 25 to 30 head of cows and heifers. We will probably have to limit the number to 6 or 7 for each conslg'nor. We will imld additional sales in the future so that you will be able to sell the amount desired. Anyone wishing to consign registered cattle please get in touch with us at once. H. F. Hockett, Manager Gillette Wyoming |ll II1|1 III I|1 IIIII