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The Sundance Times, Sundance, Wyoming For Victory Buy War Bonds the Wyoming Black Hills ~411"~h Crook County Fighters All Over the Globe FIGHTERS N Hutohins Wounded Anna Hutchins received recently that her son, Pvt. Hutchins, was wounded day. Since the offic- notification she received a from him stating that he getting along O. K. and that was hit in the shoulder. He wounded while in Luxem- His address is uncha~ged the Times will be glad to friends who desire it his and infantry numbers. APe is 80. Dean's .brother, Chester, who now a Corporal, is somewhere Germany. Q Wounds not Serious 6-Sgt. Edgar Partlow has writ- up with some mbrtar shell and has one eye bandaged but can see fairly well with the other. Cpl. Elsa Jane ~coggin, who received that rank Christmas day, writes from Africa that she is very happy in her work and that she is located in what she thinks is the most luxurious of any G. I. set-up overseas. Her position is a confidential one in which she handles material relative to open promotions for the North African division. She has been in the service for 14 months. @ T-5 Willard L. Viergutz, ad- vises us that his APe has been changed to 950, Care postmaster, San Francisco, Calif. He has parents that he was not been stationed as "seriously injured" as War department recently re- and that he is getting O. K. He said he connected : Rapid City's Largest Furniture Store 919 Main, Rapid City, S. D. Dr. J. Gordon Betts Physlcl~ - Surgeon Osteopath --Gles~ ~Itted Ac~ trom Post Offle~ Slmufish, South Dakota Chiropractic Health Service Dr. Gertrude H. Rich No Drugs the street from the Tri-State Milling Co. : Belle Fourohe, 8. D. WANTED Horse Hairs / ~ane Hair 15e to 35e per lb. Tail Hair 50ci to $1 lmr lb. ]]ring it in or send it ~Pareel ,post Qr express. tL L. STURGES Belle Fourche in Hawaii for some time. Henry L. Netma~ has been moved from San Diego and his mail now goes to the Nay. Const. Tra. Center, Camp Endicott, Da- visville, R. I. S~Sgt. William Mauch is some- where in Belgium (APe 451) now, he writes his wife the form- er Mary Maurer, who was visit- ing in ~Sundance last week from ~Spearfish. Her ~brother, Pvt. Arthur J. Maurer, was rec- ently home on furlough. Anoth- er brother, Rex, who served some time irt the Marine corps, receiv- ed a medical discharge Some months ago alad is now employed in a defense plant on the west coast. S-Sgt. ,Stephen A. Hickenbot- tom writes that he was sent to Belgium the latter part of De- cem~)er. He was shipped from England to France about two months ago. Stephen has a desk job with the signal ,corps reports his father who was here from Moorcroft the later part of the week. APe 333 is the number thru which ~-Sgt. Floyd R. Grubb, 20950258, will now receive his mail via the postmaster at New York. Floyd h~s been taking parachute training at Camp Mackall i~ North Carolina. From Fort Des Moines, Iowa comes word that Pvt. Ardyce L. Good, daughter of Mr~ and Mrs. Ray Good of ,Sundance, recently left the first WAC Training cen- ter there for duty with the army at lVHnter Field, Bakersfield, California. Lester Sherrard is now at the Great Lakes, Ill. Naval hospital. His oddress is Ward 32 E. Recent changes to overseas addresses includes the following the New York postofflce: T~Sgt. Charles S. Waugh, (37- 453452) APe 89. Pvt. Burt D. Ratl~bun (3771-" 1601) APe 1571~). Sgt. Vernis R. Trom, bla (37- 453483) APe 448. He is in France. Sgt. Victor Cole (in ]~ngland) APO 519-B. Pvt. Jesse W. Kennedy'(2771- V. J. Newlud ]btabliJhed 188J Samm L Nmr~ BfiHsReg. coming Two Yr. Olds, Range Bred for Range Use. Price $100 to $200. b'E~ & SON COLONY, WYOMING 0286) APe 15709. Pvt. James Ward (in England) APe 152. X. Lower Kara Creek Mrs. George Strong, Wlhna, Lois and Ruth Ames spent the week-end at home. Little Jule Rogers spent sev- eral days with the Ames family. Is Promoted George :Strong writes from France that he is now a sergeant. He has been overseas for 13 months now a~d says he is surely anxious to get :h~ae again. Bert Hockett brought a load of wood to the H-K school last week. Lois Ames and Dorothy Chris- tensen called at the Chapman home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Huckins, are visitin.g relatives in Hulett this week. Bill Ames called on Percy Huckins Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Shepper- son and Billy spent Sunday at Ame~. Bob Bixby a~ad Elmer Klmsey are icing this week. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Graham were in town Wednesday. Dorothy Christensen spent the week-end at the Albert ,Clyde home. Goldie Frank Ownbey was shopping in Hulett Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Svoboda were visiting Edward Fowlkes Wednesday. K. B. Stoddard has been haul- ing ice to hie home in Hulett from a reservoir on his ranch ~here. His grandsons, Harvey and Howard Hauber helped him. Others who were getting their ice there were Ernie Ista, Ed- ward Fowlkes, Charlie Ownbey, and Hans Borchgrevink. Mr. a~d Mrs. Ernest Fowlkes and George Stockton were shop- ping and attending to ,business in Sheridan Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stod- dard attended the ,band .concert and dance in Hulett. Ira ,Stockton visited with his sister, Mrs. E. C. Collins of Alva this week. Mr. a~d Mrs. Trusty Moore visited at Linden Painters Satur- day evening. Donna Jolley spent the week end with Lella Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Tremble and daughters Jeanne and Bar- bara Ann spent Sunday at Ed- ward Fowlkes. Mr. and Mrs. Er~ie ~sta were shopping in Hul~t one day this week. Mr. and Mrs. Hudson Wood and Mr. and Mrs. E. Ista were callers at V. Trembles last Sun- day. x Mrs. H. Cremeens writes that they are now living at Leesburg, Indiana (P. O. Box 267). 2~hey are former ersidents of the Alad- din country. The Best of Cars Can Be "Winter-killed!" If your car is not in condition for cold-weather driving--and there are weeks of it ahead--it can de- velop troubles that may be beyond repair under present condition. Avoid costly repairs, or possible loss of the use of your car, with the proper winter servicing now. DRIVE IN TODAY HOWELL MOTOR CO. Belle Fourche, South Dakota Don't Fall Asleep at the Switch Stop Losses Now and Go Ahead on Production Feed TRISCO All Purpose Mineral TRISCO All-Purpose Mineral is not a feed--neither is it a medioine or a stook rent- edy. It is a mineral supplement built to supply the es- sential elements whioh are lacking in range ~ and natural fee& Feed TRISCO AI~PURPOSE MIN- ERAL to Range Cattle, Dairy Cattle, Poultry and Turkeys, Hogs. Get some from your TRISC0 dealer today and keep it available for your stock at all times. Ule plenty--They won't eat too much. It's profit and iziourance in the same bag. Buy that bag today. Tri-State Milling Co. Belle Fourehe, South Dakota ~a