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December 6, 1945

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b tile Black ]~tls of Wyemhtf m, The $undanee Times, 8undanee, Wyoming Thursday, December 6, 1945 I ulah ling were: Glen Cameren, Mrs. Be Weaver, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald I Blakeman and Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Mrs. and Mrs. John Crags ms- J 0sgard. Sunday evening Wills Psi- toted to Deadwood last Monday [ lure visited in Spearfish with his evening to get their son Bob ,who J wife and family. was returning from Cheyenne. He' x : had taken his sister down the pre- vious week. Walter Mathews and sisters from Wisconsin went to Lead and Dead~vood last Tuesday. Mr. Mills has been painting and fixing up the cabin he pur- chased from Orville Lincoln. Rev. Clayton from Sundance visited with Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blakeman Tuesday evening. Mrs. Frank Tauck alrd Mrs. Island attended the Red~vater Club meeting held at Mary Ella- bury's Wednesday p.m. Mrs. barktn Cleveland visited Thursday with Mrs. Clifford Is- land and Mrs. Gerald Blakeman. There was a farm bureau meet- ing held im Beulah Wednesday p.m. Quite a few attended. Alva " Road Committee Goes To Cheyenne A committee consisting of Em- ery WiIliams, Frank Vasey, Rus- sell French, Cash Minnic h and Bert Evans went to Cheyenne last week in the interest of the Hulett-Belle Fourehe road. They were assured that the highway commission would build the road in the next three years, a por- tion being let each year. BACK TO POST Wilfred Collins and family left Wednesday of last week for FortI Sill, Okla. where Wilfred .has to report ~back for duty. The family plans to stay with him if the ! can find living accommodations. i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pearson and Cecil were guests at the Freuch~ home, Sunday. ] Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shaul ] and Peggy were out over the[ w'eek-end. They attended the Le-I glen meeting and dance at Hulett Saturday night, and visited Sun- day with Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Engle. Esther and Peggy return- Charlie stayed to do some work ed to town Sunday eveni.ng but at the ranch. e Victor Slaybaugh has been here a week trying to get repairs for his car which broke down the day he came down, He finally got it in running order again. Harold and Junior Wells haul- ed the house to Hulett last week, which they bought from Carl Nel- son at the old sawmill site. The Harold Well's and William families attended the Legion meeting at Hulett Saturday night. Paul Evans has been taking advantage of the good roads and hauled wheat to town, Betty Jean Willey spent the week-end at home. HO~E ON LEAVE Al.bert Stockton arrived Satur- day for a visit with his pareg~ts, Mr. and ~V[rs. H. A. Stockton, at the Aladdin ranch. Stationed for some time at Midway, he has just returned to the states and is now to report to Denver Dec. 18 for further orders. He is hoping to receive a discharge from the navy soon. ~Hls sister, Mrs. Janita Waiters is now visiting in California wit.it her husband who is to be trans- ferred to Califomlia soon. Waiters is also in the navy. Mrs. Waiters has been staying at the Stockton ~aneh for the past several weeks and her chgldren are remaining there dfiring her trip to Calif. z. Typewriter Riblmn~ at the Them W2LZIAX ~ MAKONEY l~OW at Williams field, Chand- ler, Arizona Cpl. Win. K. (Bill) Mahoney, 17150545, enlisted in the air corps Nov. 9, 1942 at the age of 18. Bill, who is tile son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mahoney of 6pearfish where he later attend- ed college after graduatlng from Hulett was born July 9, 1924 at the Hulett high school. Before entering the air corps he worked for his father in the sawmill at Halett. He took his pre-flight training at 'San Antonio, Texas and hirer took aviation mechanic teeht~ical training at Amarillo, where he graduated as an elec- trical specialist this spring. He ts married to the former Rosa- belle Ripley also of Hulett; she and their son are now with him near his station. His post addi'ees is Box 128.' Mr. and Mrs. Claude Prathers shopped in Beulah Thursday and accompanied Mr. and Mrs. John !Crags to Belle Fourche in the afternoon. There were several truck loads of cattle, passing through Beu- lah Thursday. The Beulah school children are practicing and getting ready for their annual Christmas program. Mrs. James Singer a~d Mrs. Gerald Blakeman and children did some Christmas shopping in Belle Fourche Friday. There was a meeting of the Redwater Club held at Ruby Vore's Friday evening, so they could practice the play they are going to present at the Farrel hall the 22 of December. Walter Mathews drove his two sisters to Rapid City Friday even- ing where they were going to board the train for their respec- x BACK IN STATE~ tire homes in Wisconsin. 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