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The Lusk Herald from Lusk, Wyoming • 12

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The Lusk Heraldi
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Lusk, Wyoming
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PAGE 5 THE HARRISON SUN and SIOUX COUNTY NEWS Harrison, Nebr. June 22, 1961 Just HODGE PODGE by BONNY Touche, Jim Griffith. Knew I shouldn't have let you read the column before it was printed. Something tells me I'm at a disadvantage in this fued. How about a truce? (That's a sneaky way of saying, "Just wait until I can think of something to get even Had a talk with some of the Jubilee committee members, and they asked me to pass a message along to the effect that they would like to see more town folks, particularly in the stores, wearing their old fashioned costumes on Saturdays.

It's a boost and advertisement for the big celebration. I've noticed that the gals in Lusk and Crawford have started the practice already. Say, when the Rural Fire District fellows hold an informal meeting it's really that. But if sitting on the courthouse lawn in the shade can spur people into getting things done like that group, I say let's have more such meetings. This is a pure and simple plug for the good work they're doing.

Think everyone is of the same mind in hoping that we never have any occasion to use that equipment, but it's a good feeling to know that if we need it--it's ready. I think everyone has put up with my moving around in fine stead, and I'd like to thank you for not getting impatient while I found a place to settle. Have one favor to ask though. When calling in news, would you please use the Harrison Sun number (7651). It takes time to get everything written down and if we are talking on the Sun phone, the Extension Office line will be open.

Would like to remind you again, too, that the earlier you can call things in the better it is for me and the folks in Lusk. Relieves the pile-up on Monday. Lots of folks have asked me how I like my job(s) and in discussing all the advantages I forgot to mention the best thingthat good pepermint glue on the Harrison Sun envelopes! Last Rites Held for Anna Thompson Funeral rites were held June 12 at 2:00 p.m. at the McColley Funeral Chapel in Hot Springs for Anna J. Thompson who died June 9 at the Sister's Hospital in Hot Springs after a long illness.

The Rev. Donald H. Scheuer of the Custer Community Church officiated, with graveside rites being conducted by the Eastern Star lodge. She was a member of the Community Church, the O.E.S., Rebekah and Royal Neighbor lodges. Mrs.

Thompson. was born in Cherry County, on March 15, 1883 where she spent her early life. She was married to Howard H. Thompson in 1904 at Hot Springs, Dak. They had one son, Ralph who with her husband died previously.

Surviving are three foster sons, Dr. Arthur Bachman, M.D., Cincinnati, Ohio, Charles Modlin, Tampa, and Frank Modlin, Harrison; one brother, John Saske, Ardmore; nine grandchildren. Sunday dinner guests of and Mrs. Bob Reece were Mr. and Mrs.

Don Mack and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Perlinski, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Staman and family and Mr.

and Mrs. Dave Mansfield and Merle. personality in a hat THE OPEN ROAD by STETSON Long the most popular hat in the West -where a man and his Stetson are inseparable--the Stetson Open Road has also journeyed eastward. Business and professional men, both East and West, have taken it to their hearts and heads. There's personality and individuality in it for you, too.

Ask to see it today. Largest Stock of Stetson Hats in Western Nebraska WHITEAKER'S STORE Phone 4311 Harrison, Nebr. Last Rites Held for Mrs. Roy Norton Funeral services for Mrs. Roy Norton who died June 8 at the Crawford Hospital were held June 12 from the Methodist Church there by Rev.

H. C. Johnson and burial was in the Greenwood Cemetery of Chadron. She was born September 4, 1896 at St. Joseph, the daughter of William S.

and Lucy McKee Jackson. When she was 9, her mother died and Helen went to live with her aunt, Rie McKee. After her graduation from high school at Portland, she went to live with her father at Birney, and she taught school there for nine years. September 10, 1923. she and Roy Norton were married at Forsythe, after which they moved to Andrews, to make their home on a ranch.

One daughter, Betty, was born there. Mrs. Norton was a member of the Christian Church and of the Rebekah Lodge. Besides her father who made his home with her for 17 years, her husband also died previously, in 1951. Surviving are her daughter, Mrs.

Rex Osborn, and one grandson, Terry LeRoy Osborn. Mrs. Norton made her home with the Osborns for the past 10 years. Sioux Antelope Area 300 Permits Sold Out Lincoln Would-be antelope hunters had better get moving. Choicest of the pronghorn hunting units for this September is already filled.

The Game Commission said the North Sioux Unit with 300. permits closed to further applicants last week. This leaves the Box Butte Unit with 400 permits and Banner with 100. Many of these are already taken. Mailing of permits will probably begin this week.

The three-day antelope season runs in three management units in the Nebraska panhandle from September 16 through 18. The early season catches the animals in fine meat. Nebraska's antelope herds remain at about the same or slightly better numbers than in 1960. The Banner Unit was opened. to relieve some crop depredation complaints.

Applications for '62 Wheat Must Be Filed Farmers who are not eligible for an old wheat farm acreage allotment but who intend to seed wheat for harvest as grain for 1962, must make application for a new wheat farm acreage allotment if they wish to have such farm considered for the establishment of a new wheat farm acreage allotment. The closing dates for accepting written applications will be prior to July 1, 1961. Blank application forms are available at the Sioux County ASC Office for use in filing requests for allotments. Harold Dunn Graduate At Colo. Ag.

College Harold Dunn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Dunn, graduated June 10 from Colorado State Agricultural College at Ft. Collins where he majored in soil conservation. He will be home for at least the summer awaiting the call of Selective Service.

Mr. and Mrs. Dunn and younger son, Jimmy, and Dick Dunn, an older son now county agent at Mullen, attended the graduation. Mrs. Bob Hutchison and Mrs.

Dolly Rising and children, Jody, Cathy, and Allan, of Riverton, visited a week at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Holtz. They returned home Thursday of last week. 140,000 Acres Leased By Oil Companies A total of 140,000 acres were leased by Continental Oil Co.

and Humble Oil Co. in Sioux County during March and April according to Clarence Schnurr, abstractor. Continental took 110,000 acres and Humble 30,000, all at a 50 cent bonus and 50 cent rental. Elmus Corbins Are Married 57 Years Mr. and Mrs.

Elmus Corbin were honored at an open house anniversary party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lee in Mitchell last Thursday night. The Corbins have been married 57 years. They are former Sioux County residents.

Those attending from Harrison were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Nunn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Corbin and family, Mr.

and Mrs. George Buckley and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. L. C.

Corbin, Mrs. Edna Mae Abel, Fred Hamaker and Cris. Mrs. Phil Joss and Judy and Sandra Joss of Keeline were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.

Merill Quintard. U.S. Bond Sales Ahead of Last Year Savings Bond sales in Sioux County during May amounted to $619, according to Chas. Umphenour, chairman. He said that the county's Series and sales for the first five months are running ahead of last year and total $51,081.

This is 68.1 per cent of the yearly quota. AN AUCTION 140 STATE OF NEBR. AUTOMOBILES TRUCKS SAT. JUNE 24TH AT 11 AM. LOCATION: State Hiway Dept.

5001 So 14th Lincoln, Nebr. 64 AUTOS INCL: 3 '60 Chevs, 18 '59 Fords, 11, '58 Chevs, 32 '57-'55 Fords Chevs. 73 TRUCKS INCL: 27 '57-'53 Ford Chev Pickups, 5 Panels, 41 Ford Chev Dumps. Some Grading Equip. All Positively Bank Financing Available.

TERMS: Cash or Check Day of Sale. Further Information Write E. W. Ficke, 600 Anderson Bldg Auctioneer, HE 5-6433, Lincoln. High speed the cost of baling FARMHAND TAKES THE HARD WORK OUT OF HAYING The new, improved Farmhand F-11 Loader is rapidly becoming the nation's favorite loader-stacker.

It sweeps and stacks up to 50 acres a day. It handles hay gently to prevent damage to the proteinrich leaves. You can get your hay off the field fast and into compact, weather -tight stacks with only one helper. The F-11 has 3500-lb. lift, 21-ft.

reach, new quick-attach hydraulic pump that easily slips on or off PTO. It's low in fits most row-crop tractors. Come in and see it today! UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED Hay Basket and Push-Off. New, improved model is dependable. Heavier materials, complete revision of Push-Off linkage, Shown with Farmhand Steel Teeth that practically eliminate tooth replacement costs.

Farmhand MATERIALS-HANDLING IMPLEMENTS BINDER and BALER TWINE We have a big stock of both U. S. and imported twine. Get your supply Now! HIWAY GARAGE Phone 7211 On Highway 20 HARRISON, NEBR..

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Pages Available:
3,380
Years Available:
1959-1963