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h the Black Hills of Wyoming wl Weelil Roundup Mrs. .Sterling Anderson and ~hildren of Torri~gton have been visiting relatives here the past two weeks. Mrs. Anderson tells "us Sterling is now in Manila. Ed Stevenson is reported on the sick list this week suffering with a seige of the flu. GETS COMMISSION Jesse Warren Taft, son of Mr. .and Mrs. Jess R. Taft was com- missioned as an ensign i~ the U. E. Navy at the University of SOuthern California in Los Angel-! ~. He had completed 9.8 monthe~ of Officers Training and has been ~tssigned to active duty on the 'b~ttleship U.S.S. Wisconsin. His Parents attended the graduation. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Kummer- feld and daughter, Marie, were visitors at the Johnny Kummer- 'feld home in Osage Tues. evening. Several from here attended the ~)id Time dance in Gillette last Saturday evening. All report a good crowd and good time. Shoppers in town 'Wed. were: Mr. and Hrs. Russell Krause, Mr. ~d Mrs. Orville Hayes, Everett Jones, Charlie Williams of Oshoto, Jess Storm of Hulett and Fred Ware of Rozet, who tells his son :Keith writes he thinks he will be home ,by Christmas. IS IMPROVING i Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Sipe tell] us their daughter Joyce, who hasI ,been a patient in Casper for some [ time suffering from infantile pa-~ ralysis, is much improved and is | now able to walk arond by her-" :self. They hope soon to be able to bring her home. Bill Glover was a visitor in Moorcroft a~d Gillette Thurs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Watt of Buf- falo Creek were shoppers in town 6;aturday. Mat Brennan of Hulett came over Saturday and spent a couple .days in Moorcroft. Herb Bush of Hulett and Mr. Miller and Miss Norton of Miles City were visitors in Moorcroft Sunday night. Rodney Port of Sheridan was caller in Moorcroft Sat. even- ing. *Mr. and MrS. Orville Jones of Carlile motored to Newcastle Sat. tO meet Mrs. Jones brother, Eu- gene, who has recently been dis- charged from the Army after be- lug overseas for almost three years. They returned by way of Moorcroft and stopped a short ~time before going on to see his ~arents, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hol- mes near Hurett. CARD CLUB NOTES Mrs. ~Lenora W~itcher was hos- tess Thursday night to the card ~lu~b, Three tables of 500 were ])layed. Higsh score was won by The Sundanee Times, 8undanee, Wyoming Pine Ridge Mr. a~d Mrs. Frank Somers were shopping in Gillette Sat. A stork shower was given for Mrs. Albert Manke at her home last Wed. The afternoon was spent in visiting and a lovely lunch was served by Mrs. Miles and Mrs. Clark. Mrs. Mike Erland went to Sheridan last week. Rev. and Mrs. Cornwell brought Rev. Bassire to the church Sum- day afternoo~a to conduct services. Those present enjoyed a very good sermon. Mrs. James Wham has been quite ill for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Deeder and Mrs. Lyle Griffith returned home from their trip to the West coast. They visited Mr. Deeder's mother while away. Nels Erland was trading in Moorcroft Saturday and attended the sale in Gillette. .x Carlile Mr. Jim Roberts, Pfc., Edward Roberts Fl-c and Mrs. James Blakeman and Mrs. Virgie Lipe visited Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rob- errs Friday AM. In the PM they all went to the Devils Tower and Hulett. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Jones went to Newcastle Saturday and met Eugene Holmes who just ar- rived home and has received his discharge. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Blakema~ and Anna Lee were Sundance callers last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Zimmer- schied and Art and Mr. and Mrs, Dave Roberts shopped in Dead- wood Saturday. LIPE--ROSENLUND " Sl-c Bill Lipe, formerly of Hul- ett, and Miss Betty Rosenlund of cious luncheon of vegetable sal- ad, hot ,biscuits and Jelly, apple sauce cake and Coffee was served. Miss Jessie Baker arrived Sun- day on 43 to visit home folks for a short time. ON FURLOUGH Willis Hughes surprised his folks Sunday, arriving home on 43. He will spend a short fur- lough before returning to his base at Atterbury, Ill. Willis thinks he will soon be discharged. t Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hughes re-[ ceived a letter Sunday from their[ son Cecil stating he hoped to be] home by Saturday. ] Rodney Davis of Newcastle was[ a visitor a short time in Moor-] croft Saturday evening. I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Borne an~r] daughter Evelyn and small baby were Moorcroft visitors Sunday. Mrs. Borne was a passenger on 42 to Nebr. to visit her mother who is reported in ill health. Cy Russell who is now working at Hulett spent the week-end in Moorcroft. Mr. and Mrs. Sid Virgith of Gillette visited a short time in Moorcroft Sunday. Mr. Virgith and'son Charles have been doing the plastering and stuccoing of the new addition to the Hopper Cox ,home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gatis came down from Billings Sunday on the bus to visit home folks for a short time. Mrs. Effie Storm and daugh- ters Neal and Cleo motored to Lusk Friday where Cleo caught the bus for her home in Los Angeles. She has ,been spending we weeks with home folks. John Dougherty and Tom Kem- erald of Billings were overnight visitors in Moorcroft Friday site. Mr. and Mrs. O'Connor were shoppers in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Boles of Gillette came down Monday to attend the last rites of Otis J. Biggs. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. White and neice, Shirley were visitors in tow~ Monday. IS BACK IN U.S. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hall receiv- ed a wire from theor son, Pren- tiss, who has been overseas the past two years that he landed in the states Nov. 29 and expects to be l~ome soon. Mr. and Mrs. Manual Sipe oil Moorcroft, received word that af- ter" 16 months on Guadalcanal their son, Frank, is ~aow on Rus- sell Islands loading ammunition. He hopes to .be home by Christ- mas. Frank has been in the navy 2 years in Jan. His brother Lynn writes from San Diego, CaliL that he had finished his training hav- ing graduated from the yeoman Demob. school and expected to be shipped out seen. Mrs. Fred McCrady of Kearney, Nebr., Mrs. Marshall Ross and Minneapolis, Min~. were married Thanksgiving Day at Portland where he is stationed. 'X Colony Last Monday Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Newland, Mr. and Mrs, Cola W Shepard and Bob Pughe attended the AAA meeting at Aladdin. Mrs. ~d~cMillen spent the week- end, at the Roberson home. Mrs. M.cMillen is Mrs. Roberson's mother. Last Tuesday Jas. Newland had eight of his Corriedale rams at the sheep sale in Belle Fourche. Thursday, December 6, 1~[l~ ii They brought very satisfactory prices. Mrs. Frances Harney, son Stan- ley and son Howard and wife visited at the Tony Koteck home in the Aladdi~ country Sunday. Last Friday the Post Office In- spector, accompanied by Mr: Borne, postmaster of Hulett, cal- led on the Colony postoffice. He gave this office a very flattering ~report. He complimented the pat- rons on the interest they are tak- ing in this bond drive and their generous purchases of .bonds. ,Last Friday Chas. Moore had his fingers badly crushed while coupling his trailer to his car. He will lose part if not all of tlie finger. Cola W. Sheppard rushe& him into Belle Fourche to have a doctor attend to it at once. Ernest and Dale Raber attend- ed the IOOF Dance at Belle Four che, Saturday night. NATI_ONA_ L EDITORIAl-, T~ JOHN E. L|NOSEY hblidler VELMA H. NUTTERFIELO ~-- E4itlir PuMId.~ L~m Itemw t~ THE TIMES PUBLISHING CB. Offkial fw Ceuty, CHy & O. S. Land Offl4e As Ind~mmleM H~ SUBSCRIPIOB BATIk: THREE MONTHS 75c SIX MONTHS ...... _ $]t.W $2.00 Per Year In Tri.StMe Trade. Am .$2.s0 Pw Yw 0vtsio T~-Staie Tnde' Am Ibtamd nt the pasteff1~ a~ SunVmcL W~ earing as saswd clan matter umlas Ike ~ lla~k S. 1879. the misfortune of getting one of ..... PRO~ InstantlY rellef from dlstre~ 01 g~i#f~T~~ head colds starts to come the mo- ment you put a little Va-tro-nol up / Double-Ou~ Nose Drops ~ ~..~1i each nostril. It soothes irritation, ~k W0~ks last R|ght Wheo ~f ~,~-~ reduces swelling, relieves conges ~// ~,,v~ tion. Also helps prevent many colds from developing if used in time. Works free ~lUf|~l@'~ ~0110w dlrectlons m folder. ]~ I| ~ VA-TRO-IIOL at Lee's Pharmaql Sundance, Wyoming Xmas Cards -- Dishes -- Vases -- Salt and Pep- per Sets Bath Pwd Mitts Plaques Men's Shaving Kits Bath Salts and Cologne Leath- er Traveling Kits Manicure Sets Nail Pol- ish Sets Ash Trays Perfumes Stationery i Plastic Picture Frames Soaps Dolls Toys Mrs. Russell, low .by Mrs. Doro- thy Twiford, ~nd traveling by Mrs. Nellie Clark of Gibbon, Games Children's Dish Sets Billfolds Hair Nebr., sisters of Mrs. Biggs, were Brush Sets Sliver Jewelery Black Hills Jew- Mrs. Freda Shoemaker. A dell- here for the funeral Monday. ~. " elry Lockets Dresser Sets Xmas Wrap-, ~ I[ ~ ~~ ~ pings Seals Ribbons Predatory Control Meeting Scheduled For : :::- ~ ,-~ -~ ,-:: Weds Dec 12th " At 2 P.M. At Court House In Sundance For The Purpose Of Electing A Director And Transacting Other Business Of The Association t Crook County Predatory tri t Dis c