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Moorcroft Mr. and Mrs. McCullough and were called to Lusk Fri- by the illness of Mr. McCull- mother. Mrs. Stewart Ensign and daugh- Mrs. Frank Rogers and Mrs. Smoots were Friday Visit-I in Gillette. Mr. and Mrs. Albert DeWolfe, and Mrs. Frank Hollingsworth Jimmy Taylor and Carol Kum- were visitors in Gillette Saturday shoppers in town were and Mrs. Russell Krause and Somers and granddaughter of Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Woods and came down from Grey- Saturday to visit at tho Russell home. Their daughter Lin- has been spending some time ~Vith Mr. and Mrs. Krause. Orville Jones of Carlile was a in town Friday. i. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Baldwin of ~ewcastle were T h a n k s g i ring at the home of Mr. and s. Cy Russell. and Mrs. Merle Waymire, Emma McKean and Mr. and Paul John McKean ~vere Uests Thanksgiving at the home of r. and Mrs. Mark Hohnes near ulett !home. They returned to Casper Friday. Mrs. Richard Gray and sons and Bobble Macy were visitors in Sher- idan Wednesday. Mrs. Dexter Hall and daughter Nancy Kay returned home on 43 Thursday after spending the past week in Denver. Sidney Erland of Pine Ridge had the misfortune Thanksgiving morn- ing to injure three fingers in a fan on a car. He was taken to Gillette and spent Thursday night in the hospital. We learned later two fingers were cut off at the first joint and a third finger was badly cut on the end. Mrs. Frank Noonan had the misfortune Thanksgiving morning to fall on the ice breaking her left wrist. She was taken to Gillette and was hospitalized that day and night. She returned home Friday about noon. Miss Flossie Hall was on the in memory of Elmer Wells, who lost his life in Korea. Mr. and Mrs. Yost previously visited in Moorcroft and Oshoto after which they planned to visit in Sheridan and Montana before returning to their home in Nebras- ka. sick list several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Cubbison en- I joyed Thanksgiving dinner at the n home of Mr. and Mrs. Millard Ripley. Mr. and Mrs. Voy Cox and Mrs. Camblin and son of Gillette were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cox. Bobble Macy and Phil Whisler were visitors in Sheridan over the Ill O Mr. and Mrs. Jim S~hoemake of weekend. I Gillette, Roy Sh,Jemake and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Erland of' ~r Doroth,~ Alma were guests at Pine Ridge were visitors in Moor- tae Tex Davis home Thanksgiving. croft and Gillette Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Boyle of Gill-[ Mr. and Mrs. Rex Stewart and enjoyed Thanksgiving dinner ] daughters enjoyed Thanksgiving ........ : the home of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle at the home of Mrs. Merle Nefsy. and family. Author Visits Harris Swartz' Mr. and Mrs. Irving Twiford Mr. and Mrs. Harry Yost of guests at the Russell Twiford Maxwell, Nebr., visited recently Thanksgiving. with Mr. and yrs. Harris Swartz of ._ Guests at the Bert Hall home Gillette. Thanksgiving were Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Yost is the author of "Pin- ~%rald Hall and sons of Sheridan, :nacle Jake" a true life story of her ~r. and Mrs. Prentiss Hall, Dex- father, A. B. SUyder, and depicts and Amos Hall and Harry life when he was a cowboy on the l~an of Douglas. old 101 ranch near Moorcroft in bit. and Mrs. Joe Falbo and the late 1800's. John Porter, a qaUghters were Thanksgiving din- cousin of Frank Watt, was foreman Doll Houses Is. ,%~r guests at the home of Mr. and of the ranch at the time and ran q| rs. J. T. Vesser. upward of 70,000 cattle, from $5.98 Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Brimmer en- Many of the old timers of the !Yed having all their children and vicinity are mentioned in the book, leir families, besides other rela- of ~vhom only a few remain. A. B. Yes Thanksgiving and surely en- Snyder, narrator of the book, is ~Yed the day. There were 32 pres- 80 years old and lives at North it. Platte, Nebr. ~Ir. and Mrs. Bud Cannon of "Pinnacle Jake"'has been placed ~Per came over Wednesday and on th~ memorial shelf of the re guests at the Vesser home George Amos Memorial library in ~t night. Thanksgiving they en- 13illette by the Campbell County 'ed the day at the A1 Harding Post 42 of the American Legion, ~D.--eo.--4p Frankly Speaking Two chorus girls were looking over a newspaper between acts. "Gee, look, Marne," pointed out one. "It says here that Mr. Adams, the octogenarian, has died. Now, what the heck is an octogenarian?" TIlE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Dec. 4, 1952 "I dunno," replied Marne, "But they're sure a puny, sickly bunch. You never hear about one but what he's dyin'." O Typewriter Ribbons at The Times a :" ':" Children's Table and (;hairs $14.95 Comp et ASlSqlsrtment and make this a Memorable Christmas Rockers I 48R2 Floor and Table Lamps Sundance, Wyo. Y A set of these under a little girl's Christmas tree means hours of full for her.-- -4 c up Tree Lights from $1.49 Make their eyes sparkle Christmas morning. SLEDS $4.95 and up Miniature Gas Station ...... $4.89 I I IIII II l Paul S. Sharp Telephone 101 w Owner Sundanee, Wyo.