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II the Black Hms of Wyoming Aladdin Frank Blake was an Aladdl~ shopper last Thursday and also a caller at Wyman's. Irvtn Hejde and son Dannie were among those who went to Belle Fo~lrche last Thursday ev- ent~ to see the 4-H calves sold at the sales ring. George Harvey was a caller at Blokes ,Sunday. Chas. Wyman was employed at~ Whalens Saturday. Frank Blake was a visitor at l Toddy Blakes last week Wbd. The kndanee Times, Sumlanee~ Wyoathtg Wanda Canfield accompanied Guilfords to Upton Sunday might. Willis Butholph was coyote hunting around Gillette, a couple days last week. James Guilford, his father and Eugene, were dehorning cattle Thursday. -z Devil's Tower (last week) Mrs. Lucy Storm was moved from the Holmes home to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Rosa GOIgS TO CHICAGO Vesser, in Moorcroft at the be- . Miss Marjorie HeJde departed ginning of the week. ~ast Thursday enroute to ChicagoI Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jones of to attend 4-H congress going by Newcastle moved their belong- way of Newcastle where she willI ings to the Hart Mill on Satur- Join other 4-H ers going to Chi-[day where Roy is employed. sago. [, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jc~h~son and John Whalen w~ a caller at [boys were guests at the Ed Vines v n, ant T rs av ~vA f Ihome on Thanksgiving W_ma_ 1___ hu d .... ntn~. Bob Blake w/tlB a caller at Wv- ] Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hayworth man', ~atu d v - [ and the ,Solomon Boys took in the __~_ ~t__r_a.. ~ ~ _ '._ . I charivart at the Aston place Sat-~ mas. wyman ann son merz [ .Pdav .t~.ht in hnnnr Of rim Way and grandson Kenne(h Middleman worth and ,his bride. ~wed up slabs for wood at A.J. Mrs. Ruth Fowlkes spent the Pattin~ons a few days last week. Sprin;Valley week end at the ranch of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hauber a~d Mary Fowl, ken ate Thanks- giving dinner with her in Sun- dance. Mrs. Ella White had Dr. Clar- enbach call last week as she had a severe case of flu. Ernest and Herman are now having their turn at it. Mr. and Mrs. Joyner visited in the Hills Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Yvon~e Johnson stayed with the children at the Tower. The Ben Wolfe family have all had the flu but are around again. Rodney Lebo enjoyed a birth- day dinner in his honor at the home of his friend, Maurice Hattber, on Sunday. Ed Vines has been busy mov- ing furniture and livestock to Hulett, where he a~d Mrs. Vines have taken over the hotel. We wish them luck in this new ad- venture. Harry Vines and family are moving into the home vacated by his father. Mr. and Mrs. Frolander and little Robert visited with Abe and Ilene ~lpe at the Campstool Ranch Sunday afternoon, Nov. 25. On Monday, Rod~ey Lebo and George Grenier worked ~n the Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Guiford are visiting at the home of his ~parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Guilford. Eugene Guilford recent- ly received ;his discharge from the ~Marine Corps. ! Joe ~al was sick with the flu last week but is some ,better at~ this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Horner of Upton had Thanksgiving dinner ~vith George Beal's. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Thompson and children went to Belle ~-'ourche after their radio Satur- day and stopped to visit with! their daughters, Mrs. Paul Dill- avou and Mrs. Fred Tschetter of SPearfish. Tommy Fuller is now staying at S. V. R., he plans on staying all winter, unless he can get a ~)lace as chore boy some place. Mr. a~d Mrs.. Eugene Guilford, Mrs. E. Guilford, James and jd. ellen, were business callers in Up- ton and Sundanee Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Horner of Upton stopped at S.V.R. and had a dish of ice cream on their way home Thursday. Thursday, December 6,, 'telephone. line where a couple of I program with particular refer- I Floyd and Pauline Dillon poles had been ~broken down. [ence to the huge stock piles of]turned Wednesday from Arlln Mr. and Mrs. J. Whltles are ]wool owned by the United King- ~tvn S. D. wher.~they had the parents ofasonborn Nov 27 Idom an" -ow -t-r~i- "h .... i'e~|" " ....... I s "" ~J "'" .... t OU- *'! utt eu eu n t eUUL UltOr tile ourtal .)1 ~r,. J~ucy ~vJrs. ~en~e rage 18 netp ng [ a~ I~.. I the Whitles home. ..~ [,~mtes. l lon X-- WYOMING SENATOR ON WOOL COMMITTEE Washington, D. C. Nov. 21:~Sen- ator E. V. Robertson, Republican of Wyoming, was today appointed a member of the ,Special Senate Committee to Investigate the Pro- duction, Transportation and Mar- keting of Wool. ~enator McKellar, President pro-tern of t;he Senate, made the announcement. The Wyoming solon will fill the vacancy caused ,by the death of the Honorable John Thomas, the late Senator of Idaho. The appointment of Senator Robertson brings to this Com- mittee a wool grower whose years of experience in the sheep busi- ness in northern Wyoming will be beneficial to the Committee. At the present time hearings are being held on the entire wool WHEN YOU WANT ESPECIALLY Nice FRESH VEGETABLES you will find the largest supply and assortment at 8LY'S Grocery. New goods received every day In the Bakery department you will find a complete a~ort- ment from two ,bakeries received daily. IN THE MEAT SHOP at all times is Just about everyth|~ in fresh, cured and lwnch meats, all of the very best quality obtainable. P SLrS GROCERY ~'i~, M~, l~.m% ~,~bl~, Bakery ~ ~:i:i !:i:i:!:! : i :i:!:!: i i :::::::::::::::::::::: i/ if' 8UPER/tt4N Our Buyer just returned from the eastern markets .AND IT'S TRUE he find lots of Hard to Get Merchandise These goods are coming in every day. 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