Pinedale Roundup, August 24, 1933

Pinedale Roundup

August 24, 1933

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Pinedale Roundup, The (Newspaper) - August 24, 1933, Pinedale, Wyoming THE PINEDALE ROUNDUP, PINEDALE, WY 0. Urarsday, August 24, 1933. THE PINEDALE ROUNDUP cvwy Thursday at Comity Seat of Subli-lUr County KAVMOM' K. WOOLEKY, Publisher BROJVX Entered Severn! ;it Uu- Postoffke at Pine-dak1. Wyoming, under Lht act uf Miuvh 3, The business of haying every wak- ing hour and a crippled telephone line precludes your correspondent from i describing at lengrht the successful! tiance given, at the new Community Hall last Saturday night. Ninety coup- ler enjoyed dancing and the bountiful prodded by ladies, many: 'of them expressing their intention of. Member of National Editorial Association and Wyoming rresa Association attOTUjing the next dance, September Second. _ _________i. advance) ptr year Telephone 15 -13 Years Ag HOME OWNERS LOAN 0 CORPORATION HERE Community Church Rev. A. C. NEXT SUNDAY Church School..........10 A. M Public Worship__________8 P. M. Subject: "Morning and Evepinfr.'1 Bouder 3 P. M. Subject: "A Word to the Church." j.-.-in- i.f L'b'th, f from the tiles we step Contiirued from page one recover their homes lost within two; week alu.ui m i'ur mounting of the years prior to June 13, provided, new- yi'-u-rdiiy. This is the second, the present holder will accept me, n missing- but k aheaM for a tmu- an has wt- ari' now only a fi-w lui'k- aifv "l.'l Years Ago" ua." crowilcil out und !hat 'brut us itaok to a curl-tint basis. Ttu- KTt'HU-r jHirt of pajre one wa? devoted to a reprint of a story that (c) A loan made in bo.'ids bear? j cent interest and cannot excei'i! 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 irlativv the moving of the fores-t from Pint-dale to Kern- nu'rt-r. Tho story says that the Pine- value of the home. (e) Loans made solely to pay taxes, where there i; no other li.-n, 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 build- ing. Just shipment of Fall Mr. and Mrs. William Gilpin and Hats and Silk Cash son Rauph of Rock Spring" spent the! Store. week e.nd 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 Ra-rney Pape had the misfortune. returned to Pin0dale ac- Monday to be1 struck by a horse on the left shoukier causing a severe dis- cation. Dr. Booth of Pinedale draped the; a wojndtd member which will have to be carried in a sling three or four Haldi of Cas- cade. Idaho, who will visit here for Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Parrish 'have re- i.rurned from a trip to Cheyenne and le people vent to their feelings j cerlt of lne appraised; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boi'np.-r and in !L" rvuvpct. crntrnl nrd wiiith central ;irciis. The rlroueht will trrowors the drior to chip parlipr than iipual. The fr.ll nro exportpH to i lUrhtt'r thfin nn'.'t n pro- port !on of the crort will feeders. With priopp. tho prowpr? are apain ronfrontod with a limited outlet of old CTVOP but this situation ic not a? as durinp the past venrs bocaupo of the hravv loss this spripK "wWch greftth" reduoed t ho r i m bor of old Recause of the markod incroase in the of fwo durinc recent yoara a marked tendency this year to hold o-wv lamhs for replnrpment purnascs financial R.nd food, conditions will permit. The condition of on A-.ip-.jj-t is at 84 per cent ac oompnred (o gF> per cent one month ac-o. fll per cont. year ajro, and Hfi per cent, the 10-year nverapo. f BASEBALL Sunday 2 p. m. PINEDALE vs. JACKSON At Pinedale SrWWWWWW 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 16th, 1933 For information and eatilog Write immediately THE CATHEDRAL SCHOOLS Box85o 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 7c 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 sin- 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 ;