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For Victory Buy War Bonds The Sundance Times, Sundance, Wyoming In The Black Hills of Wy . M00rcr0ft Weekly Roundup ___ Monday visitors in town were Joe Watt of Buffalo creek, Hans I~ummerteld. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wolf of Devils Tower, John Schuriebt and son Bernard a~ld Orville Hayes. Martha Garman Honored At Farewell Party A farewell party was given at the Melotte home last Monday night in honor of Miss Martha Garman who left Sunday for New- castle where she will attend school the rest of the year. She will stay with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Slenker. Stewart Ensign was o~ the sick list se~;eral days last week. Return to Moorcroft Monday of upsetting his car and injured his arm. None of the other occupants, including his three small daughters, were hurt. Mr. and Mrs, Bill Nefsy and daughter Virginia Ann left Wed- nesday mOrlling for their home ill Mt~ntana. Mrs. R. G, Somers is convales- cing at her home after falling and hurting herself last week. We wish her the best of luck and hope she will be able to be up and around again. Ann Ormsby spent several days in Sundance last week on busi- ness. Miss Marie Kummerfeld of Newcastle is visiti.ug her brother Fred and wife at Las Vegas, Ne- vada. Sunday visitors in town were Mr. and Mrs. Otis Deeder and daughters, 'We~s Richardson of Gillette. Vern Barton, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koch who Crook County Men In The Armed Forces ul| :have been living in Custer the Mr. Morrison. past year and half sold their pro- ~Card Club Notes Mrs. Minnich was hostess last ~ laerty there and are now living in the Shaults house in Moorcroft. Thursday night to the card chtb. TCtY'trtTV V'~'..~.W Mr. Koch says they plan to make Two tables of 500 were played. ~ ............ FIigh score was won by Mrs. Kir-Lt. Johnny Vesser, who is their home there. We are surely by, low by Mrs. Russell, traveling the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. glad to welcome them back. Their prize by Mrs. Kimsey. A delic- Vesser of Moorcroft, entered the ] son Kern drove them over but re- ious hmche(m of sandwiches, ol- air corps March 28 1943 After[ turned to Custer the ~ext day. " ~, " , - ' taking hk basic training at S ep- [ Mr. and Mrs. Bob Twiford came lves macarom salad home made s h - • _ard Field, Texas he was s nt t up from Glendo Monday, because l candy and coffee was served n e o i Jay Reid Barney of SheridanlEau Claire "Wisc to college for] of the storm had to remain here ." - five month's. His pre-flig t a-| came down on the bus F]idav! h tr i a few days. mormng and spent the week end n a ~na | Mrs. Whitcher was hostess " - ning was taken at Sa t . , Tuesday to the Pythian Sisters. visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Calif., and his primary training After the business meeting a soc~ Kirby. He returned to Sheridan at Tucson, Ariz. He was then o~ the bus Sunday afternoon. iM hour of cards were' enjoyed, after which the hostess served a delicious luncheon of cherry pie a la mode and coffee. Ni.ck Goetstnger was a passen- ger to Gillette Wednesday to con- sult a doctor in regards to his arm. Nick had the misfortune Moorcroft visitors Thursday were Eddie Latham of Gillette, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koch and son Kern of Custer. Shoppers in town Saturday were Al LaBounty of Buffalo Creek, Bernard Schuricht, Andy Williamso~ and children and Mike Graham of Sundance, Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Koch and family, Or- ville Hayes, Mr. a~d Mrs. Sam McKean, Lyle Putman of Towel' Divide, Wa~'d Cure and Mr. A1- tizer of Sundance. Monday visitors in town were floe Watt of Buffalo creek, Hans Some of these you have been asking for Childrens Long Hose 0 sent to Ontario. Calif., for his basic flight and later to Phoenix, Ariz. where he completed advan- ced training, receiving his wing's June 27, 1944. After a brief fur- lough he reported 'at Lancaster, Calif. where he has been stationed since July as check pilot. He is 20 years of age and is a graduate of Moorcroft high school in the Class of '41. Personal Items Mrs. Elizabeth Percival is now convalescing, at her home in 25c Mens Wool Sox 49c \ Mens Lined Mackinaws $15.00 Boys Jackets $3.95 Ruffled Curtains $4.95 All Wool Blankets $12.50 by that time. Mrs. E. A. Brandeberry. a former Sundance resident, now living in Spearfish, entered the Deadwood hospital November 1 4 where she underwent nlajor sur- gery. Lillian Behlon, who is teaching school near Sundance this year. was a recent week-end visitor with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Williamson in Spearfis hvalley. Jim Roberts of~ Hulett also visited at the William- son home over the week-e-nd. Edwin Hauber was in from the Hulett country Wednesday. He f jreports the Barlow Canyon and New Haven roads still blocked; he made the trip in by way of Oshoto and Carlile. Grandma Mitts was admitted to ~he Sundance hospital Tuesday for medical care. Mrs. Gaylen Sutton arrived here Friday: she plans to visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Oudin for some time. Her husband is in the navy. Mr. and Mrs. James T. McGuck- in and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Thomas returned Friday from a business trip to Laramie and Denver. Kummerfeld, Eddie Vines and son and grandson of Devils Tower. Mr. McCalla and son of Sheri- das visited relatives and friends in Moorcroft last week-end. ,I CARD OF THANKS For the many acts of kindness and expressions of sympathy we wish to express our thanks. Mrs. Everett Arnold Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitts Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McAfee Mr. and Mrs. Emmis Hart John, Leroy and Edward Arnold Lakewood, Colo. following a ser- ious operation. She is improving satisfactorily writes her mother, Mrs. Hugh Thompson who has been with her the past two months; Mrs. Thompson probab- ly will remain there for a month or 'so until Elizabeth is able to do her own work. Clarence Gets of Aladdin was dismissed from the Belle hospital November 9 after receiving med- ical care. Mrs. Maude Fall of Seattle ar- rived here Sunday. She is stay- ing at present with her son, Red -% Wonderfully quick, a little Va-tro-nol up each nostrR helps open the nasal ~es--makes breathing earlier-- when your head fills up with stuffy txansient congestion ! Va-tro-nol gives grand relief, too, from sniffiy sneezy ~e~ of head colds. Try It i ~m X Fred Kruger of Aladdin was ]ofFall'thebUtmonthPlanstot° them°Vehousethe firStnow admitted -for two-day medical]occupied by the Carl Chaffin This year the Early Christmas Shopper care to the Belle hospital on No-l family. They expect to be in will be "in clover" for many of the vember 10.. |~heir new home here in Sundance Christmas gifts are limited in quantity and all it represents Reminds us of the many Blessings embodied in that one phrase--- "I AM AN AMERICAN" Today We Truly Give Thanks and variety. VISIT OUR TOYLAND IN THE BAL- CONY TO THE REAR OF THE STORE Bring the Kiddies along. They are top selectors of toys wanted. PRACTICAL HOME GIFrS,--In Home Furnishings, C u t 1 e,r y, Dinnerware, Glassware, Scenic and Art Pictures, Mir- rors, and many other al-ticles which are appreciated by those receiving these re- ,membrances. "Do your Christmas Shopping F_mxly" Belle Fourche Sundance Hardware and Furniture Phone 108 Belle Fourche