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Pinedale Roundup, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1933, Pinedale, Wyoming THE PINEDALE ROUNDUP PINEDALE WY 0 August 24 1933 THE PINEDALE ROUNDUP Thursday at Comity Seat of County K Publisher Entered it at Wyoming under Lht act uf 3 The business of haying every ing hour and a crippled telephone line precludes your correspondent from i describing at the given at the new Community Hall last Saturday night Ninety ler enjoyed dancing and the bountiful prodded by ladies of them expressing their intention of Member of National Editorial Association and Wyoming Association the next dance September Second advance ptr year Telephone 15 -13 Years Ag HOME OWNERS LOAN 0 CORPORATION HERE Community Church Rev A C NEXT SUNDAY Church A M Public P M Morning and Bouder 3 P M A Word to the Church f from the tiles we step from page one recover their homes lost within two week m mounting of the years prior to June 13 provided This is the second the present holder will accept me n but k aheaM for a an has ari now only a Years Ago ua out und brut us to a basis of one devoted to a reprint of a story that c A loan made in j cent interest and cannot KO per cent of the appraised value nor can it exceed d Such loans as are maje in bear t per cent interest and cannot in the Kemerer Republican exceed per cent of the appraised the moving of the from to Tho story says that the value of the home e Loans made solely to pay taxes where there i no other cannot weeks The Forty Rod Club arid the Bronx Community Club talte this here this week enroute to Yellowstone means of thanking their many friends Park They enjoyed a visit with Mr ana the public for their patronage ot and Mrs Fairish while here this their first dance in the new ing Just shipment of Fall Mr and Mrs William Gilpin and Hats and Silk Cash son Rauph of Rock Spring spent Store week with friends on Green River Both gentlemen are expert fishermen H A Shannon who has been and took home a good catch visiting in Idaho for the past few Pape had the misfortune returned to Monday to struck by a horse on the left causing a severe dis- cation Dr Booth of Pinedale draped the a member which will have to be carried in a sling three or four Haldi of cade Idaho who will visit here for Mr and Mrs W F Parrish have re- from a trip to Cheyenne and le people vent to their feelings j of lne appraised Mr and Mrs Henry and in regard to the of the office in a very forceful manner that it was Supervisor Beam to the truck while the forest of- fice were being loaded for to One n on says To emphasize their someone entered the Pinedale value and bear 5 per cent Daughter Ruth and family arrived in fl The borrower must be his community last week from their in the judgement of the home in Montana for an ex- to secure relief elsewhere g The loan must be secured by a tended visit with relatives and friends hi The house must he occupied by the owner the eastern part of the state where they were called on business Mr and Mrs Walter F Oeland of Cody parents of Arthur Oeland local attorney accompanied by their Legion Convention held in Lander last week Those attending the Grand of the Eastern Star at Lander this week from this section are Mrs C C Feltner Mrs D C Carson Mrs R E Clark Mrs Sadie Hall Mrs L H Hennick and Mrs M Ousterhout of Big Piney C C nied them is attending Grand Lodge of the A F and A M I and a weeks Vacation during which they visited Denver and other of interest in Colorado e Mrs S A Lloyd of Halfway was In town Wednesday morning shopping Little Dickie Doyle son of Mr arid Mrs Thurston Doyle celebrated hte birthday Monday with a party for youngsters of pre-school age at the home of his grandmother Mrs J W Bloom L D Wine federal agent from the Department of Justice with quarters in Salt Lake City vras in Pinedale the early part of this week looking into an alleged federal tion The nature of the violation was not disclosed and it is understood that Mr Wine found little to substantiate the report that brought him here Just shipment of Fall Hats and Silk Cash Store F B McFadden of the Pinedale Cash Store loft the middle of this week on his vacation Franklin Lodge No 31 A F A M Regular communication fourth Saturday of each month Visiting brothers cordially welcome H A Shannon W H John L Allen Pinedale Chapter No 30 EASTERN STAR Meets the second of each month at Masonic Hall Visiting members cordially welcome Mrs Etta Hennick Worthy Marjorie Hagenstein Secretary thru a window night Mr d r t in I Jeam in the carefully j all the nil from the and differential Mr car emptied the tank and water and then run the batteries down There was enough gas iin the vacuum tank tu get the car out of the city a short distance when the super- visor discovered the act of vandalism and had to return for help In the Rental properties do no in the provisions of the Act i Advances for maintenance shall in no case include additions or im- Loans will be on an tion plan for a period of not exceeding 15 years k In cases of unusual distress the of the U S A are refinancing week for a visit at the Oeland absent are going to consult a good farmer here- Oeland artd more i and learn how he does it so that returned to their home in Cody may do likewise Sunday but Mr remained here and will supervise the building of one PICK-UPS i Mr and Mrs W F Allen who were here for a time last winter were brief visitors this week stopping here ter a trip thru Yellowstone They re- borrower may be granted a P W of Cora a on payment of principal ness caller in town this week interest tax assessment ne rest the summer and Mrs Tom Allen returned to Rock payments are kept up by i that would be back here Tuesday after a visit at and provided the moratorium home of her parents Mr and Mrs shall not exceed three years Ed Miller How to Obtain a Loan Sheriff Earl Belknap if your home is within the Warden Harry Klein set forth and you are in danger returned home today from the losing it secure the necessary per country with two parties Blanks from the office serving conducting service they have under for horse district inp Fill in the application carefully Miss Hennick went to the assistance if necessary of Colorado Saturday where she your banker attorney or other fied person and forward it to your with her friends and attend high school this winter district office L E Cooper business In From time to time the District Rock thi Misses Velva this winter They were accompanied by a brother of Mrs Allen o Fred Sr accompanied Rev Best to the Green River COC camp last Tuesday afternoon The two remained for supper at the camp returning home that evening Mrs J B Westley is enjoying a visit from a brother John Barrett and little daughter of San Diego who arrived here early this week Manager may require such additional i week Mr Barrett will remain for ml Virginia Boyce information as may have bearing visit and may possibly to visit Three parties are concerned in the Walter at making of a loan First the property ant p-i his wny home from owner should arrange the terms Snake River where he had gone on with the mortgage holder I business and then can the Corporation Miss Robinson visited last proceed Sunday with Johnson hkr ng He was here for one summer i four or five years ago of the forest buildings in the Merna country Mr and Mrs Mervin Billings and Mrs Mary Dalton Sister of Mr ings all of SaH Lake City are up at Kendall where Mr Billings is ing his father with the building of the Kendall ranger station They are tives of Mrs Arthur Oeland Mr and Mrs Frank Bybee of Big Piney wens in Pinedale Tuesday ning visiting with Mr ents Mr and Mrs A A Bybee Mrs Pauline Bayer departed the middle of last week for Larater where she will visit with lier daughter Mrs Arthur Mann and later with another daughter Mrs John Winninger who resides at Shoshoni Mia Bayer companied Mr J W and family of California to Lander The Burchs who have not been here for some eleven years stopped for a short visit in Pinedale enroute from their present homo in California to reports that their old home Mr Burch was at one time deputy sheriff of Fremont ty and it was at that time that he Be- came m section while SCIENTIFIC STUDY I When the holder of the mortgage has agreed to accept bonds the plication has been approved the INni Perty appraised and the title attorney and found from Page Onel supply that vitamin to cows a part of the present being made by scientists so that practical of scientific he has just received a communication here on various official duties from state unemployment officials that i there will be an opening shortly tor TUf and Mrs Harve were a number of young men on the among those attending the American Alcova project in the south eastern part of the state The men are re- quired to have at least two tory bonds will be delivered and the mortgage assigned to the deficiency of Vitamin A Just how jf have cleared Attention is called to the fact that our people owe Twenty Billion Dollars on home mortgages It is therefore be had by the cowman that only a small part of this Demonstrations are being made i can thru the H 0 supplemental feeds on the range which have saved many Furthermore no large volume of Merely by putting cows on a mortgages can be liquidated in cash feed the period has firsti because homes are mado it possible for some outfits for more than 40 per cent of their calf crops from 50 to the value second because sufficient 75 per cent Cowmen arc finding that js not even a limited amount of irrigated i pasture on which the cows may have i TD V a from feed n green in certain ureas may re- i NARROW ESCAPE in a kirrer better calf crop may the difference be- tween profit loss Implant in the feeding of dry lot also heon tn cattlemen It that hrt n the cf accepted nf mnv be col- education and wages are to be dollars per month and Mr and Mrs R M Morris and family of Denver where Mr Morris Is vice-president of the Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph passed thn New Jewelery Store 121 K Street Complete Line of Jewelery We Are Experts at Repairing WATCHES CLOCKS American or Swim B K ud Company Continued from Page One of her knees which was thot to have occured when her knee struck brake as the car rolled ver is healing and no are expected suffered a badly lacerated in the window but It was serious The other occupants lacking in i of the car escaped entirely unhurt ex- by of a very small cept for minor amd shock f or thai the damage incurred by the A may increase of the car it was scarcely daily a- ii very extra they said per their the party are their way to an unoccupied liy of California which bin nearby where they made a fire of and later went for help The accident will pnv cowmen where the road from mnv to Milroy ranch crosses American Legion BOXING CARNIVAL at c in d ark of low Bulletin WYOMING RANGES ARE BELOW NORMAL the It said to be a larly hazardous pWo and following the thoso who have occasion the road most widened tne in order that the danger of future accidents minimized WILSON HALL SATURDAY SEPT FOUR GOOD BOUTS Watch for list of matches in this paper pare in nrd central The will the drior to chip than The nro to i n port of the will feeders With tho are apain with a limited outlet of old but this situation ic not as the past of the loss this t ho r i m bor of old Recause of the in the of durinc recent yoara a marked tendency this year to hold o-wv for financial food conditions will permit The condition of on is at 84 per cent ac o per cent one month fll per cont year ajro and per cent the f BASEBALL Sunday 2 p m PINEDALE vs JACKSON At Pinedale yOU Cannot afford to NEGLECT your child's Education Sherwood Hall Ivinson Hall For Boys For Affiliated with Preparatory School of University of Wyoming TUITION PER YEAR School opens Saturday September 1933 For information and Write immediately THE CATHEDRAL SCHOOLS LARAMIE WYO Franklin BLACKLEG VACCINE LIFE IMMUNITY WITH CONCENTRATED 10 to I For those who wish a Less Expensive Vaccine we now have Cutter's Vaccine at per dose CARSON DRUG STORE ONE SPIKE Won't Build a Railroad A single spike just marks a good intention A thousand of them will hold together a track that will carry the weight of a great train A gle deposit in a savings account like a Spike will rust from disuse without to those deposits regularly and you'll soon have enough to support the crushing weight of an build you a ballasted roadbed to Easy Street STATE BAN K OF PINEDALE
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