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January 31, 1952

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HOSPITAL Charles Cummings of Upton un- derwent a tonsillectomy at the Beagle hospital January 16th. Hulett (Jan. 28) Mrs. Ray Neiman was dismissed from the hospital in Belle Fourche on Wednesday and is convalescing at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Nuckolls. Rev. and Mrs. Jervis and child- ren left Friday for Nebraska where Rev. Jervis will make a speaking tour for the Baptist Mis- sion Society. They will visit friends in Morrell, Kansas, their former home, and with the par- ents of Mr. Jervis at Atwood, In- diana before returning home. Word has been received from Mrs. Curt Lindsay of Miles City, Mont., that her husband recently suffered a cerebral hemorrhage and is in a critical condition. Dean Bush left Saturday for ~:mp at San Diego, Calif., having en called home by the death of his brother. He was accompanied as far as Los Angeles by his par. eats, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bush, Who Will drive their car home. They were forced to leave it in California due to the storms and drifted roads. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Howard and son, Corky, and Mr. Frank Vasey arrived home the last of the Week after a visit of several weeks duration in California. The How- ard's were guests of the Jonas Hupt) family and Mr. Vasey visited a sister. All of them visited for- raer Hulett resident, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson at Yucaipa, Calif. , A large crowd was attracted by the official opening of the Rodeo Bar Saturday night. Free lunches, drinks and entertainment were featured by the new owners and operators, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. l%es. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Knapp and children of Gillette were guests of Mrs. Elsie Terhune Sunday when length novel.--Polaroid One-Minute Mrs. Ralph Cook, proprietor of The Second Hand Store in Sundance has been in business here for twelve years and a resident of Sundance since 1937. She likes handmade things. Mrs. Cook spends a good deal of her time making quilts, rugs and dolls. Her hobbies are oil painting, short story writing, poems and songs. She is now working on a full Photo by The Times. she entertained at dinner in honor of her son Anselmi's birthday. Members 6f the Past President's Parley held a tureen dinner Sat- urday evening at the home of Mrs. Fred Borne in honor of her birthday. Those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Art Montgomery, Mrs. Elsie Terhune, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neiman and children, Everett and Joe Knapp and Mrs. Della Grant. Other guests who came later and spent the evening were Mrs. Jess Storm and Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Morgan, Sr. Legion and Auxiliary meetings are held regularly the first Satur- day night in each month. Mem- bers are urged to keep the date in mind and attend. := == "- -" t Mrs. A. C. Huckins accompa- nied her granddaughter, Dorothy Linton, to Casper Saturday where Dorothy will have the casts re- moved from her legs. She was op- erated on six weeks ago at the Children"s hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Huckins and children were business visitors in Belle Fourche Saturday. County Attorney Reynolds Has Major Surgery at Rapid City County Attorney Otis Reynolds underwent major surgery at St. John's Itospital, Rapid City, S. D., Monday, January 21. Ite was re- leased last Sunday and was back at his desk Monday morning. Mrs. Floyd Carr and children, Mrs. Lee Schloredt and daughters, and Mrs. Harry Davis visited at the George Pridgeon home in Belle Fourche Saturday. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo., January 31, 1952 For Those Tender Smoked Hams and Bacon Bring your Hogs to BRODSKY Packing Co. For Processing Spearfish, S. D. 9 Front End Alignment Belle Fourche, S. D. Phone $18 Residence 895J Stop in and look at the nero We've got the best bunch of late model used cars we've ever had. ALL CARS PRICED under the OPA Ceiling : :: :: :: :: :: :: = : :: : :: :: :: : :: :: : :: :I :: : :: - O0 If You do a great deal of driving in winter weather, make sure your tires, chains and battery are the best there is. The Best In TIRE Our Weed chains are a neces. sity for winter driving on icy surfaces. The Best In Our Deice, Willard and Goodrich batteries have plenty of snap. You can depend on (hem to tart your car in cold weather. The Best In TIRES For safeness and sureness equip your car with Fire- stone or Goodrich lires. Don't gamble on worn tires. Protect yourself with tires of proven worth. In the Grinding Tests that Won it the Motor Trend Magazine Award, Chrysler proved itself the Best Engineered Car in America CHRYSLER SURPASSED ALL OTHERS WHEN MOTOR TREND TESTED FOR: ~k" Average Braking Distance in Feet ~k" Ton Miles per Gallon ~" Average Acceleration in Seconds Acceleration Over Standing ~ Mile in Seconds Average Top Speed in M.P.H. ~r Maximum Road Horsepower "A" Pounds per Road Horsepower ~k" Maximum Torque in Lbs.-Ft. ~r Maximum Brake Mean Effective Pressure First in Total Points finest engineered cars in the world 15 different American stock automobiles--equip- ped as you buy them--were driven by Motor Trend Magazine as hard as steel and rubber can be driven. In these actual road tests of efficiency and performance, measured by the most accurate instruments obtainable, Chrysler proved itself superior to all others. In 13 tests Chrysler was first in 7--tied in 2, making a total of 9 out of 13 . . and first in total points! Only by taking an engine to the limit of its poten- tial, only by turning the corners at high speeds, applying brakes for emergency stops, torturing body, springs and shock absorhers, can you learn just what performance you can expect from the make of car you drive. Tim results of the Motor Trend tests were conclusive . . . as Chrysler, again, proved itself the one best car in America. The Motor Trend Award, like numerous other honors today's Chrysler has won, is both a proof of and a tribute to Chrysler's magnificent Fire- Power engine and master engineering. Each dem- onstrates why, among men and women who know automobiles... Chrysler is always the first choice. Tom and Dick Sundance, Wyo. GILLETTE, WYOMING