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November 23, 1944

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I For Vicea Jry Btty War Bonds Phe Sundance Times, Sundance, Wyoming i and Mrs. Schouten of Devils Tow- shots, have to. Very few from ~~ at Moske_e. _Th.e/~ nm ~lr J l n 1 _ | er for helping make the Red Cross Mrs. Walt Wilson of Alva, who town can get in. I tie boy is their second chi/d ~ Inn ,men .ranamg l Kits and Housewives. They were has been visiting at the Ray Mrs. Audrey Parkins and child-I their first son. ! w | all completed and sent in the last Stoddard home, spent Friday nite run visited with her brother Kick-I --~--~-x_~ [. ir0n I of October. with Della Grant a~d went home er and family a few days last I BROT]~'~Rr~TREPOR~'~D~-rr~Tt --e*~rrtxr |I =~=--=- , -- The snow storm the past week on the stage Saturday. week. ~ I~ AC'~ION /liel Mrs. Charlie Wood who has was one of the worst we have The snow storm was so bad GOT~D--------~XDIvI~D-------~ Pvt. Stanley Mendenhall o[.~ been visiting relatives at Kirks- seen for some time in November,. Tuesday the grade school dis- ._ ...... ~ntantry was reported kll~& rifle, Me. and also Cheyenne, Wy- This is the first time the Moor- missed for the day. , Mrs. v. 4. Tromme was orougat--~'.-V--~.~ ~ -~--:-,_.al4-- ........ ~n action octooer zo at oming, returned home last Thurs- croft mail failed to make the John Dirks visited friends initem tae lseiJe ~'ourcne nospi~al ...... \__~ dlH " "h ....... ~y, aceoramg to wor a day and brought her daughter, r~und trip and the Belle FOurche town last week. ' ~o ~ e home or ear. ann ~rs~~.-'=y ~ ..'"-'/'_~1[~ ......... h r - " -~ast week. Heis the b rO~ Mrs. Christie Parkins and two was snow .bound" a~d not able to ~Tan~ and Charley. Ownbey ~usn or nuJett T U saay~~-,~,"~="-~dlHu will stay until the roads ar~.Mrs" tteglnala ~all ol ~[I ~hildren home with her for a few get in for two days. The Ewing came to town Saturnay norstbacK ed e nough.forocarsto get t~t"" Mendenhall had been /~ weeks visit. Christie is in New and Alzada route also failed toto attend the AAA meeting. Mexico training and as soon as hemake their trips. Some of the Ernest tsta came to town on Mr. ann ~rs. ~rnest ~'owtKes ~.~ *h~ ~ ,~t, ~a,-a al~|~ is settled Mrs Parkins and child his tractor in order to get through and family spent Sunda~~e eSt e tw s~acers ~ the big drifts a~d attended theMrs. Fowlkes father, F. L. Stock- V run will go to him. Mrs. Mona Holmes and daugh- ter of Cheyenne are visiting rel* atives here. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert William- son and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hulett Woods Saturday evening. Mx8. Satlie Bostwick Luhrs of Rock Port, Me. is visiting her brother Charlie and family this week. " In~ D~vidson wishes to take this means of thanking tne Alva Homemakers Clu,b; Laura ~Porter Dick Dudrey's and stayed there from Monday evenl~g until Sat- urday before the women got home. Earl got a saddle horse and came on home Tuesday to care for the stock. I Mrs. Dale Rathburn and small son went to Belle Fourche Tuns-] day on the mial, so the 'boy could] take his last whooping cough I A. A. A. meeting Saturday. Edward Fowlkes has been car- rying his mail with the tractor and trailer. Mrs. Bill Bush and children have moved into the Jack Vasey home for the winter so they can be closer to school. Floyd Mewhirter is spending his furlough with relatives and friends here. Hulett has been on the quiet order this week.. Snow too deep for people to get out tmless they BUY ANOTHER BOND WAR LOAN! ton. Lois Borchgreving spent this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. - Hans Borchgrevink. Lois has been working for Mrs. Forbes in Hulett. F. M. Ownbey was a visitor at Virgil Trembles Wednesday eve- ning. F. L. Stockton and son were at- tending to business in Hulett Thursday. Mrs. Charlie Ownbey visited her daughter Mrs. Lyle Mahoney and family i~a Hulett Monday af- ternoon. Mrs. Effie Storm, Jimmie and I Topsy and Miss Donna Griffis[ were callers at Edward Fowlkes Saturday evening. Kicker Woods made a business trip to Hulett one day this week. Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Fowlkes were brief callers at Edward Fowlkes Saturday morning. Hr. and Mrs. Art Morgan pass- ed through Ooldie Divide Friday enroute to Hulett. Charlie Ownbey was a caller at F. M. Ownbeys Monday morning. Ernie Ista was trading in Hul- ett Nov. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Art Morgan and family visited at Mr. and Mrs. Linden Painters Friday evening, X ON FURLOUGH Pvt. Vernon Hur~ is visiting his ~-ife and son at Spearfish while on furlough. He emtered the army June 21, 1944, going through the Crook county board. X DAUGWTF~ BORN A daughter was horn at St, Jeseph's hospital Friday, Nov. 10 to Pvt. and Mrs. Lee McGriff of: Spearfish, former Sundance resi- dents. X SON BORN TO THE RUDY JF~RDF~S Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Jerde of Palo Alto, California, are the par'- ents of a sou born at that place last Saturday morning. Mrs. Jerde was formerly "June Hines a.nd both are well known here, having attended Sundance schools March. He was sent to shortly after the invasion in North and fought through land and Belgium. _ Prior to his entry into tl army he made his home at Ctu~ S. D.; his wife and twin daUl~ tars are now liv~g at PI~ Iowa. In addition to them he: survived by his parents who ll~ *at Custer, five sisters and .brothers, two of whom are in the army--one in India one in the European theater war. There are also three !~ brothers, one of whom is in tM ~avy. IN I F ORIA In memory of our darling and brother Dickie Evans, passed away three years ago month: His smiling way and face Are a pleasure to recall. He had a kindly word for each ] .And died beloved by all. ' i 41 Some day we hope to meet hil~! ~ Some day, we know not when, To clasp his hand in that bettefl;~ land Never to part again. | Nothing can ever take away |~ The love a heart holds dear, | Fond memories linger every daY~|~ Remembrances keep him near. | --Sadly missed by mother-|: father and sisters. NO WAITING ! ! 3 Barbers AI Dinty Parker at BRONC BARBER SHOP Belle F0urche, S. D. Next Door to Golden Rule It's not over, over there--not by a long shot! /\ \ War Loan Drive, now on. t Uncle Sam can count on the fighting men to keep on fightlng--and he must be able to count on you to keep on backing them, by buying extr.__ a War Bonds in the Sixth I SEE WHAT YOUR EXTRA $100 BOND WILL DO: It will help pay for the things our men must have--guns, planes, tanks, food. It will help hold down the vent of ilvini. It will provide a nest egg for the future--the Un;ted States Govern. merit gura~tees that you will IDt your money beck. It will show our fighting men that yet, ere willing to do yew patti YOUR* COUNTRY I$ STILL A.T WAR-- ARE i i II'l Realizing that heavy purchases of War Bonds during this Sixth War Loan drive will speed the victoi, y and hold down inflation, the follow- business firms have sponsored and paid for this advertisement: / GOODYEAR CAR AND TRUCK , BATTERIES 2 USED 10-GALLON CREAM CANS (Good as New ................ $4.00). Wood Chisels, Cold Chisels, Hammers, Screw Drivers, Whet Stones, Grinding Wheels Spearfish, South Dakota