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For Victory Buy War Bonds The Sundance Times, Sundance, Wyoming In the Wyoming Black Hills i i,tm Churches -- I" ]BAPTIST CHURCH SERVICE8 (Rev. Lee L. Burton. Minister) H~LETT--Sunday school every hnday morning a[ 10:00 o'clock. Church service every Sunday OVenlng at 7: 30. Young people's service every T~aUrsday evening at 7:00. Regular mid-week mervice ev- Wednuday evening at 7:30. ALVA -- Sunday school every Sunday at 10:O0 a. m. hureh service every first 8un- ~urntng ~ n:00. 'N]DW HAVeN--Church Jervlee Over7 8ee~d and four 8alnday ttte~atnp st 11:00, '~'OSH~hureh aervteo ev- MT Neoad S~nday afternoon at |.,Be. DEVILS TO~ureh ee~ vJeo every third Sunday morning at 11:00. z ~oDI~r CKmgCH (Banders B. Clayton. peetor) hnday School--10:00 A. M. Sunday Morning Worship -- 11:00 A. M. Sunday Evening Worship ?:SO P. M. Monday Evening High School YOuth F~llowship Hour- 7:30 P.M. Wednesday Evening Prayer ]fleeting 7: 30. BEULAH let Sunday--Sunday school 2: ~'orehip Service 3:00. 3rd Satur- day night, worship service 8:30. RIFLE PIT DIVIDE 3nd Sunday, Sunday ~chool |:00. Worship service 3. Each Thursday evening Bible study and prayer service, 8: 20. WILLIAMS DIVIDE 3rd Sunday--Sunday school J. V~'orship serv-lce 3. 1st Saturday l~ght, worship service 8: 30. SUNNY DIVIDE 4th Sunday--Worship service, m:80. 2nd Saturday night, wor- adzip service---9: 00. x. em~cx oF TEE G00D RKEPHERD, EPISCOPAL ' Church service every second .aid fourth Sunday at 3:00 p. m. ~8tdney L. Morgan, Vicar. x. CKEISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH "Love" is the subject of the Lesson,Sermon which will .be read in Churches of Christ, Scientist, throughout the world Sunday, @ebruary 4, 1945. The Golden Text is: "How excellent is thy loving kindness, God! therefore the children of ~en put their trust under the Shadow of thy wings." (Ps. 36: 7). Among the citations which Comprise the Lesson~Sermon is the following from the Bible: "Beloved, letus love one another: for lqve is of God; and every one FUL.O.PEP FEEDS for Cattle, Sheep, Hogs and Poultry by Quaker 0atl Co. Dr. Sahsbury's Medicines WE BUY POU'LTKY AND 2G.G9 GRANDVIEW HATCHERY . V. ~1t~ 1~. Belie ]teethe, 8oath Dakota that loveth is born of God, and knoweth God. He that loveth not knoweth not God; for God is love." (I John 4: 7, 8). The Lesson-Sermo~ also in- cludes the following passages from the Christian Science text- book "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy: "The starting-point of divine Science is that God, ~pirit, is All-in-all, and that there is no other might nor mind, that God is Love, and therefore He is divine Principle." S & H 275: 6-9). "X" FINAL REPORT ON CHRISTMAS SEAL SALE Latest returns have brought the total received from the sal~ of Christ~uas ~eals to support tu- berculosis control work i~1 the state to $29,000, and in Crook county to $369.68. All but five per cent of the money will be used within the state to further the work. The remainder will 'be sent to the National Associa- tion to support its coordinating program and medical research. The Wyoming tuberculosis as- sociation, says Miss Seabright, executive secretary, has already embarked upon its 1945 program, which includes the following ser- vices: All school children of Sweet- water county this month are hav- ing an opportunity for the tu- ,bercullu test; former positive re- actors and ex-sanatorium patients are having re-x-rays. This is done through the local doctors with the Christmas ~Seal Funds. When the work is complete in Sweetwater county, the a,ssocia- tton will work in Hot Springs and Fremont counties. X-raying with Christmas Seal funds con- tinues throughout the year ev- erywhere in the state when the family physician asks for the service for his patients. It is cheaper and causes less anxiety to find tuberculosis early than to try and cure a far advanced case. .x HOME ON LEAVE Billy Jackson, S l-c, left Sat- urday after spending a leave here with his mother, lY~rs. Virginia Jackson, and his brothers and sisters. Billy volunteered last year when he was 17 and has al- ready seen eight months overseas service with the navy; he is a radio operator on a heavy cruis- er. During that time he has seen plenty of action in the south Pacific area. His mother enter- tained at party in his honor last week ~before he returned to Los Angeles to begin another tour of duty. His father and brother, Norris a~d Wayne Jackson, are both sta- tioned at Guam where they have been since that island was re- captured from the Japanese. The eider Jackson is in the Navy CBs while Wayne is in the mar- ine corps. ~t CELEBRATES 78TH BIRTHDAY Andrew Peterson enjoyed a family gathering Sunday in hon- or of his 78th birthday. A pleasant surp~e of the day was the arrival of lhs son, Pvt. Ed- win Peterson, Who has ,been sta- tioned in Hawaii for a time. Others gathering there were the William Roarks of ,Shell Creek, August Ericksons and Maurlce Lappes who live ~ear there, and the J~mes Chittim family of Deadwood. James Chittim and family stayed over in Sundance Monday for the opening of his brothels new motor company. Bousto: Creek Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chatfteld entertained at Sunday dinner in honor of 2nd Lt. Donald Grubb who is home on furlough. The guests were Lt. Grubb, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Morris and small daugh- ter from Belle Fourche, Mr. wnd Mrs. Billie Walters and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Chatfield Richards, Jim Bowers, Vera Mae ~nd ba~by, Fritz Chatfteld, Jay "Wells, Betty Graham, Keith and Frances Grubb and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ewing and Bobby. Art S chelldorf and Tom Jilbert drove the jeep to Harold Schell- dorf's ranch Friday. Donald Grubb was a Wednes- day evening supper guest at the Louis Ewing ranch after which he spent the nt,ght with Jim Bowers. He visited at the Billie Walters home Tuesday evening. The young folk from the Chat- field ranch and Jim Bowers were among those who attended the dance in Hulett Saturday night. Wyman Bushnell and Jim Bow- / era were in town Monday. A1 Schelldorf was a visitor at the Harold Schelldorf ranch one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Billie Walters took a load of hogs to Rapid City Tuesday. E. B. Chatfield took Donald Grubb to the Tom Wolfskill home in Barlow ca~ayon the latter part of the week where he visited for a brief time. Harold Schelldorf was in town one day last week Devil's Tower Mrsl Lyle Poole departed for her home in Torrlngton Sunday Ration Roundup MEATS, FATS---~ix new red stamps, Y5, Z5 and A2 thru D2 were made valid January 28. In addition to the above red stamps, stamps Q5 tlwough Z5 are still valid. House- 'wives received 60 instead of 50 red points during the cur- rent food ration period since it covers five weeks--begin- ning January 28 and extending through March 3. PROCI~SSED FOODS--FIve new blue stamps, H2 through M2 were validated February 1. Iqa addition, blue X5 through Z$ and A2 through G2 are still valid. SUGAR----A new stlgar stamp, No. 35, was made valid Feb- ruary 1 but must last two weeks longer than. the usual 2 months. Another will not be validated until May. This order in effect cuts down the individual allotment. Sugar stamp'34 remains ~ood indefinitely. GASOLINE---A-14 coupons, good for four gallons each, are valid through 15~arch 21, 1945. SHOES---Airplane stamps No. 1, 2 and 3 in Book three con- tinue valid indefinitely. EXPIRATION dates, says OWI, have not been set for stamps that still remain good. ALL FOOD 8TAMI~ IN B00K 4 THE M'O D E L GROCERY ~nOASOCK, W'teanta JJtSd~ 'l~JR $Tl(t8 YOgD HOPPiHI ~ VMKJJ iH 8~JJO~tCS. evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Clark and daughter Shirley of New Haven spent Saturday at the C. L. Clark home and attended the ~band concert Saturday evening at Hul- ett. Mrs. Charles P.e~erson, Mrs. Lyle Peele an[l Miss Helen Clark spent several days at Weston visiting their sister, Mrs. Jim Bensou. Clyde Brown spent the week- end in Rapid City. tertained friends from Sheridan Sunday. C. L. Clark was transacting business in Moorcroft Saturday. Mrs. Ed. Atkinson was shop- ping here Thursday II General Auto Repairing All Make~ of C~n Harry Fort attended the dance at Hulett Saturday evening. Mr. a~d Mrs. Floyd Bentz de- livered a load of coal to George Grenier Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Long en- Acetylene Welding Eepain and :Eeca-ppin~ TKOXPSON KOTOR 00. Phone 67 $petzitth . I I I i i I ,, , i l, Holbrook Chiropractic Sanatorium WE TELL YOU YOUR AILKENT WITHOUT ASEIHG QU~I0]N. Sheridan, Wyoming We are mow in our new home at 32 NORTH 8C0'1~ ST. Steam Baths Diet Drugl~ Methyls I II I I lag l I I I I I " I[ I I I I I|1 Spearfish, S. D., FLOUR Gold Medal .................................... (with 25c Coupom ..................... $2.14) 2'39 STOCK,., SALT ................... 95c GRAPEFRUIT 9 . for ........ ORANGES ........................ 52C APPLES. o. ...................................... 4.?5 --ONCE AGAIN-- ..Dance.. that others May Walk at the Annual President's Birthday Ball for the Infantile Paralysis Association to be held this year on Saturday, February 3 at the Legion Hall Sundance Music by The Rhythm Ramblers Admission: $1.30, including~