The Mountain Home Hotel
Mr. Waugh Hibben ran the Mountain Home Hotel and a blacksmith shop.  Walter Shideler had a barber shop in the hotel.  This log building and the blacksmith shop burned in 1912.  Shideler then built a new home and barber shop on the main street which became the Gray Inn when Mrs. Lena Gray bought it in 1917.
(Photo courtesy of Jonita Sommers originally from Arlene Kape)
Mr. and Mrs. Waugh Hibben
(Photo courtesy of Jonita Sommers originally from Pearl Spencer)
Wah Hibben, John Budd, Lee Smith
  Waugh Franklin Hibben was born February 9, 1883, at Popular Bluff, Missouri.  In 1900 he came to Big Piney with his parents, George and Sarah, and his sisters, Mabel and Stella, in a wagon train bound for Oregon.  They decided to earn some money haying and continue to Oregon later.  When haying was finished, it was too late to go on and they had come to love the area, so decided to stay.  Waugh and his father opened a blacksmith shop and worked together until 1910.  Waugh married Martha Ann Smith on March 15, 1909.  In 1910 they homesteaded in the Hoback Basin then moved to Arizona in 1916, to Pennsylvania about five years later, then back to Wyoming at Star Valley four years later.  They finally moved to Daniel in 1927.  Through the years Waugh worked in timber, as a freighter, and delivering mail.  At the time of his death March 24, 1960, he was the caretaker of a lodge and cabins on Half Moon Lake.
Sources: Wyoming's Last Frontier, p. 79 
They Made Wyoming Their Own, 115 
Jonita Sommers