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tl tie-Blsek HIlb of Wyomtll Seely (Last Week) Miss June King of White Riv- er, S. Dak. has returned to her home after being a house-guest of her friend Miss Ruth Lee. The young ladies were class mates at Rapid City Business College. Everett Davldson was a busi- ness caller in Belle Fourche the 15, a~d trucked out ranch sup- plies for himself and O. L. Lee the next day. Arthur Linklater visited his ousin Van Meter Johnson Sun. MY. and Mrs. Tom Bay and children were Sunday callers at O. N. Le~. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Heaton took their little daughter Jantee to Sundance last Saturday where Dr. Clarenb~ch removed the cast trom her leg. Sunday they and the former's .mother, Mrs. John D. 8eely visited at WrtghtL Mrs. E. J. 6voboda has been ill ~vith flu the past few days. Sgt. and Mrs. Vernis R. Trem- ble arrived the 17 and are visit- tng relatives and friends. Sgt. Tremble' was inducted into the army at Ft. Logan, Colo. in July 1942 and sent to Maryland as a me~ber of the Ordnance Dlvi- Iton, remaining in the same work ~zntll a week ago when he receiv- ed an honorable discharge at ~Iarrisburg, Penn. From Nov. 1944 until July of 1945 has ser- ved overseas in the European area. IS DISCHARGED Ray Dorsett is enjoying a-visit from his cousin John Cochran Jr. recently discharged from the ar- my, where he served in the Paci- fic area for many monthL Junior is accompanied by two close friends, S. Sgt. Don Craig and Pfc. Harry Martensen who are Cousins. All three boys came from Auburn, Calif. , Dean Svoboda was over irom Alva Sunday evening and visited ~vernight with his parents, Mr. &nd Mrs. E. J. Svoboda. Today he took a load of fat hogs to Belle Fourche tor them. Mr, and Mrs. John D, Seely left early this morning on a corn- The hndaaee Times, 8unduee, Wyemlmg btned shopping and business trip that will take them to Belle Fourche and Rapid City. Mert Cochran and son David were recent visitors at the home of Ray Dorsett and his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Shtmpf of Casper spent several days visit- ing at the home of Mrs. Shtmpf's father, T. E. Tremble. Mr. and Mrs. Everett David- son entertained with a family dinner on Thanksgiving. Harold Bear, who received an honorable army discharge about two weeks ago, spent a few days last week visiting at the home of i his uncle Tom Bay. Thanksgiving Day, he and the Bay family drove to Moorcroft for a family dinner at the home of Harold's parents, i Mr and Mrs. C. L. Bear. E. M. Terhune was a Seely ,business caller on the 21 while enroute from his sawmill to his wife's ranch. Mrs. O. L. Lee has returned after a ten day visit with friends in Cheyenne. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bay and children visited with Mrs. Bay's brother Clyde Stull on New Haven divide one day of late. Billy Svoboda was out from Belle Fourche on Thanksgiving DaY, to visit home folks. While enroute to Hulett on the 21, Harry Linklater's car skidded on a slick stretch of road near Mrs. E. N. Terhune~ ranch, and turned on its side in the ditch. Luckily neither the oc- cupants nor the car received more than a shaking-up, and with help from Mr. Terhune and :his tractor the car was soon a- righted. The T. E. Tremble and Alton Shimpf families spent Thanks- giving Day at the Virgil TTomble home near Goldle. (This Week) BACK IN STATES Mrs. Esther Cohee received a wire from her son John early this week stating that he had arrived safely in New York City after serving with the armed for- ces in Europe for two years. Ed Vines of Devils Tower trucked cattle to the Belle Fourche Livestock Exchange .for Harry Linklater and Frank 0konski. Everett Davidson and Art 0li- ver trucked hogs belonging to the latter, to Belle Fourehe for the Thursday sale. John D. Seely with the help of Francis Ballou is erecting a Windcharger in the Boyes, Mont. vicinity this week. Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Lee are re- modeling their home. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Edsall were callers in the Hills early in the week and remained over-night. Warren Gray and shson Alfred are sawing lum~ber for E. J. Svoboda. Trucks for Belle Fourche pass- ed through Seely on Wednesday taking cattle to market for Carl Johnson of (]oldie. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dodd were here from Alzada during the week and spent a short time with the latter's relatives. John D. Seely delivered a load of supplies in the Black Tail cicinity south of Hulett on Tues- day afternoon. X PRICE CEILINGS FOR APPLIANCES SET People are anxious for house- hold appliances to again ,become avail~ble now that the shooting wars have ended. Chester Bowleg, OPA Administrator says he is happy to announce that people will not have long to wait and the agreeable part is that this equipment is soon coming back at 1942 prices. "New radios," he says, "table top sets, will again sell at $18.75, other sizes in proportion. "New washing machines, fam- !ly size model with power wring- er, with an OPA ceiling of $59.50 same as three and one half years ago. "Heavy underwear manufac- turers have been given a slightly higher price in an effort to stim- ulate production, but the advance will be absorbed by wholesalers and retailers and not passed on to the public. "New refrigerators, some at and some below 1942 prices. The roomy seven foot model, for in- stance that cost $149.50 before the war will sell for three dol- lars less, "New automobiles are priced approximately, at pre-war fig- ures and unless held up by strikes will soon become increasingly available. "New tires are being priced at pre-war figures and the supply is increasing. "Price control is the enemy of inflation and the public is asked to help with price control at this time by asking to see OPA ceiling prices on equipment. Inflation is i now our number one public en- I emy and with the people in pos- i session of $146,000,000 of sav- ings the inflation danger cannot be exaggerated. De your part like a good soldier by refusing to pay more than ceiling prices." X' RANCHER~ PROTECTED BY PRICE CONTROLS Price controls have been ef- !fective and will be necessary to i protect the rancher on his pur- l chases until production is bqck to normal and the supply of man- ufactured goods is equal to de- mand, say the leaders of Wyo- mls~g's leading agricultural or- ganizations after a meeting held in Laramie November 27 with representatives of OPA. The ranch people feel some changes in price regulations and ceilings are need- ed in order to improve quality in some lines of goods but are uaan- lmous in oppositio~ to dropping~ conlrols at this tlme. All consumer subsidies, the men and women from Wyoming's ranches feel, should be discon- tinued but even that, they say, ~hould be done gradually. With ~pecitic reference to the "roll- back', subsidy paid packers on meat production, the group re- commends that the subsidy be re- duced by successive stages with a c~rresponding raise i~ ceiling prices to compensate. While declining to take sides !in the current Labor~rndu~try 'disputes "lacking full information as to the merits of opposing con- Thursday, December 6, lg41[~ tentions", the group deplores t~@ delay in reconversion which tho disputes are causing, pointing out that such delay greatly increau8 the danger of inflation. The state organizations repre- sented at the meeting were Wyo- ming Wool Growers Association; Wyoming Stock Growers AmJoei- ation and Wyoming Cow-Belles, an affiliated organization of wo- men cattle producers; Wyomkzg Farm Bureau and the Associated Women of Wyoming Farm Bur- eau; the State Council of Home Demonstration Clubs; and the Wyoming Agricultural Council i m Dance Legion Hall Sundance Saturda3 , Dec. 8th Admissions: Grade aids,.-.- 75e, inc. tax Adults $I.$0 Includes state tax and Is-- creased Federal tax. Music by Chittim Dance Band J The Great Victory Loan Drive Ends Dec. 8th Have YOU Bought YOUR Share ? PROTECTING AMERICA'S FUTURE is a many- sided job,. one that's up to a//of us. For in- stance, your money jn Victory Bonds will help to Continue the plann~3ng and research that short- ened the war . and will assure the peace ! HELP WANTED THE ROAD BACK from war will be eased foe l our fighting men by our purchase of Victory Bonds now. Held by millions of Americans, bonds will provide a solid reserve of buying power to assure steady jobs for returning veterans. .... .,,llilflllli~/I/l#~ I YOUR DOLLARS IN VICTORY BONDS are needed to proteet our eommtry in another way. By buying bonds, we help keep the lid on prices o/ scarce goods.., help prevent runaway in.dliltioil with i~ sure follow-up of depre~ion. NATIONAL SECURITY, and yon" own p,natd seem'fry, are both lerved by Vletory Bond pll, chases. Victory Bonds provide a reserve for you for farm improvements later.., in I nation kept Jumlthy and prosperous by Bond investmeaml i i C. D. Roberts Chittim Motor Tracy Motor Co. Sundar ze Service Station Hi-way Service Station Li : Teleph0ne Co. The Sundan Times