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...W/L/ _WoR - FOR K For Sale Will deliver. Vale, S.D., 45-4 SALE: Alfalfa or Lee Schloredt, 283- 50tf~ 1973 Ski-Doo 2-3* or Room- nice champion trailer, )' ,4"bedrom, 13A an appliances, fire- Parked and skirted low rent lot in area west of Reasonable Call Alberta Cox ALCO Realty, 756- 2-3 1977 Yamaha Call Bill Oudin P.m. 283-1707. It Open face gun guns, storage 2222 after 5 2-3 2 used studded traction snow good condi- 1043 after 6 3-4* High protein hay. See Trading 7:30 a.m. and 892-2791 days 3-4 60 tons tons wild hay loose hay. 283-2971, -I024. 3-5 For Rent for rent m Ph. 6O5-642- 1-4 Small, furnish- 5 miles west of Call 283-2813. 3-4 trailer Call 756- 3-10 for Rent. and family Motel, 283- 3-4 WANTED TO BUY: Furs/ ARer4 day 46-8* WAnT One full-time aur g of nursi~ It ~r ~1~1 bus ~ bus t:hedule and Must pass exam and Aor license. of. 2-3 2-3 ADDRESSERS wanted IM- MEDIATELY. Work at home - no experience nec- essary - excellent pay. Write American Service, 8350 Park Lane, Suite 127, Dallas, TX 75231. 3-6 IServices Repairs-s ~ s, ANcE Shop: We repair bikes, chaiusaws, lawrmmwers, small en- gines. Chainmws sh~.- pened. Ph. 283-1746. 14tfe --~ .... . .... I mLfCELI.AnEOU J _ ' ~ liart BUYING or Selling . Call Alberta Cox, Salesman with ALCO Realty, 756-3449 for professional personal help. Jay La Cmix, Broker. 51-3 Beulah Mrs. G. Blakeman Jan. 15, 1979 Glenda Harvey and Joanne Farley were hostesses to the Beulah Birthday Club at the Harvey home on Wednes- day~, Eight members and four guests were in atten- dance and enjoyed a most delicious pot-luck dinner. Elaine Olson was the honor- ed guest for this month. The afternoon was spent playing "Traveling Bingo" and vis- iting. Glenda and Donna Harvey and Joanne Farley became new members of our club that day of which we were all happy. Mary Bridges spent a few days'in the Rapid City East Regional hospital this past week where she underwent minor surgery. She is get- ting along fine and returned home Sunday afternoon. Enid Giltner is visiting her brother and wife - the Sid Nichols in Yuma, Az. for a few w~eks. We are glad to report that Joanne Farley is home and recovering satisfactorily after undergoing minor surgery on her foot at Rapid City this week. This community was sad- dened this week when they learned that another loyal friend and neighbor had passed away at a Rapid City hospital on Wednesday - Lilac E. Mathews who lived in Beulah for several years, then moved to Spearfish and later going to Rapid City - to be nearer her daughter. We extend our sympathy to her family and many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Nel- son and'daughter visited Elaine Olson Sunday after- noon. Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Lipe this past week were: James Daniels, Whitewood, S.D., Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Daniels, Dorothy and Myrna, Hilton Saari and Grace Wendt, Beulah; Mr. and Mrs. Pat Lipe and baby of Minnea- polis, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Blakeman and Cloo Blakeman of Sundance. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Koski visited their son and family in Rapid City a few days this past week, also keeping eye appointments while there. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Larive and Mr. and Mrs. Bin Dun- bar attended the stock show in Denver this week. Vie Courchaine kept the Dunbar children while they were away. On 5 timbered acres 5 miles West of Sundance. Lovely 3 bedroom house nestled in the timber with an excellent view. Lots of storage space and electrical 1 heating. A NICE NEi AWAITING A NEW FAMILY Beautiful 3 badnmm beuse on IV, let with pdvecy fonce lecated in Suadance. Has eompletaly flnlehed basement with franklin stove and bedroom that eonid be used as a rental. Too many extras to mention. UNHAPPY WITH INFLATION'?. What you are pay~__g for rent could be used as a trailer peyment. We have: 1972 12 X 65 Flmnlngo Trailer - $3,750.00 - Sundmme. 1972 12 X 60 ~ Trailer - $7,~0.00 - Sundance. 1974 24 X 44 Champion Trailer - $16,000.00 - Suadonce. Realty 1~ ~0, Sunchnce * Vhlghda Kildinger, Broker 283-1458 Sharon ~, Broker 756-3227 8hql, 756-3511 Redger Mae~, Sdesm~ 2S&IM Cathy He~ 283.1613 Senior Citizens. .... JANUARY 18, 1979 THE SUNDANCE'TIMES PAGE 15 Women's P.E. Night, 7:30 meeting, Gillette. p.m. Jan. 25-27-High School Jan. 24-Junior High Pep Boys Basketball Regional Club Bake Sale. Tourney at Moorcroft. Activities scheduling "Weekly Waggin's" First off let's pause a moment to count our bless- ings. Although we do have snow by the "feet and inches," most of us were born and raised to accept a considerable amount each winter and have learned to live with it, along with most any fluctuating temperature, without serious hardship. No, we didn't say we have ever learned to enjoy itl But anyway, we haven't had disastrous floods, earth- quakes, ice storms, tornados or paralyzing blizzards. Our hearts go out to the victims of such calamities. While on the subject of "living with" our generous serving of cold and snow, we certainly compliment all of those responsible for keeping highways, roads and streets o.pen so the rest of us can go hither and yon as we think' necessary. Your work does not go un-noficed, but too often is un-mentioned' in appreciation. Action at the Center the past week included a meet- ing of the beard of directors on Monday evening the 8th, bus runs to Rapid City on the 9th, and to Fort Meade on the 11th. Also the Center was the site of a wedding reception honoring Steve and Linda Miller who were mar- ried in Costa Rica on the 19th of December last. Continuing into this week there will be a pancake, sausage and egg supper served at the Center from 5:30 to 8:00 P.M. this evening the iSth. Our nurse Jean will be making her Highway 585 run on Tuesday, and both she and Ruth will be in Beixlah on Wednesday, the 17th. Don't forget ladies pool games on 1~ouraday after- noons, cards any day that enough show up with the urge, and we would like to men's cribbage play going, so you fellers come on up and join the fun. Wephm to get set up for seme real serious bingo play, sometime in the next month, m watch fur notices or posters. We cannot boast "How green is our Valley" but we cannot be dealed the brag, "How Wldte Is Our Moun- tain"IU Hulett School events Jan. 18-Juni~ High Bas- kethall Team at Gillette, 5:45 p.m. Jan. s ool ketball Team at Upton, 5:45 p.m. Jan. 19-20--Jtmior High Boys Basketball Tourney at Jan. 20-High School Bas- CHURCH OF THE GOOD SIIEPHERD EPISCOPAL Rev. Stanley C. Cliver, Vicar Services - 9:30 a.m. Holy Communion - first and third Sundays. Morning prayer - second and fourth Sundays (nursery provided). Sunday School - 9:30 a.m. Mid-week Holy Communion - Wed., 7:30 p.m. ST. ANTHONY'S CHURCH AND MISSIONS Rev. Maleolm Re/d, Pastor ST. ANTHONEY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH MASSES: Sunday, 8:15 a.m.; Sun~ - Sunday, '10:45 a.m.; MoorcroK - Saturday, 6:30 p.m. UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Oene Hagmum Sunday School - 10 a.m. Worship Service - 11 a.m. (nursery provided). Junior and Senior high MYF, Sunday evening. COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH OF Rev. Dmme H. Kincaid Ph. 467-5779 Sunday School, 9:45; Morning Worship, 11:00; Sunday Eveniv~g Worship, 7:30; Wednesday Night Bible Study, 7:30; Wednesday Night Youth Recreation, 7:30. CHURCH OF CHRIST Gaylan Walton, Minister Sunday- Bible study, 10 a.m. Worship service and communion, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Wednesday services, 8 p.m. SUNDANCE WESLEYAN CHURCH Gary Russell, Pastor Wednesday - 7:30 p.m. Mid-week Service. Sunday - 9:30 a.m. Sunday School; 10:30 a.m. Worship Service; 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship, Tuesday - 9:00 a.m. Women's Prayer and Study Group. SEVENTH.DAY ADVENTIST Richard Holmes, Pastor Sabbath School, Saturday, 9:30 a.m. Worship Services, Saturday, 11 a.m. Mr. CALVARY L~ CHURCH Pastor Dudley Johnson Ph. 283-1356 Sunday: Sunday School and Adult Bible Class, 9:30 a.m., coffee fellowship, 10:30 a.m., worship service, 10:45 a.m. Holy Communion second and fourth Sundays. Ladies Bible Class, Wednesday, 9 a.m., Mary Ann Jundt's home. Visitors welcome. Confirmation, Wednesdays, 3 p.m., grades 6 through 9, L.W.M.L. first Tuesday of the month. st vANc B msT csvaca R~v. O.W. Vandanbe~, Paster Worship with us - basement of the courthouse. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship - 11 a.m~ ARernoan Bride study - Beulah ccmmanity building - 7 p.m. Thursdar Bible study and prayer, 620S. Third, Stmdm~ - 7:30 p.m. Beulah Services - Sunday 7:30 p,m. IM)RGANIZED CHURCH OF JESUS CHRi~ OF LA~ER DAY SAINTS Pasto~ Ger~ Mahom~ Hulatt, Wye. Sunday morning - 10 a.m~to 12 noon. Thursday evening (family fellowship in the home) - 7:30 tp.m. CHIMI~ OF JESUS M OF LATI't~ DAY SAINTS Warren Fraser, lkaneh Presidant Sunday Mom , in the IOOF BuUding. PriesUmod zm~sting, 9:15.~ Sacmme~ meeting, 10:30 Lm. kethall Team with MoorcroR, CHAPEL OF FAITH 5:45 p.m. at Hulett. Pmmw John Wilmm Jan. 22-Title I pot luck bi,~g at The Church of The Good Shepherd Episcopal, supper, 6:30 p.m. comer of 6th and main. Jan. 23--Adult Education Sunday school- 2:00, Bilge Adventure Time- sges 1-9, Epergy and Enviranment Youth Vibrancy - 10-13, Youth IMe - 14-18, Adult Study. M ? p.m. w,, ap - s:0o.