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3 81qOOM.R TAX AND BOOKK:BHP- Ing work~Frank Cul~Jmon, Sundance. Telephelle I~7R2. tn ART PAPER--MANY COLORS, 9x12, 50c a package. The Times. O~DERS FOR PKIgS~RIP- tlons and other needs filled promptly at Blue Drug and Jewelry, Spearfish. S.D. STtfn BRING YOUR RADIOS TO GAM. ble's in Spemrflsh for expert ser. vtco. 29tfn. FOR SALE -- JACUZZI WATER pump systems. Crook County Re- finery, fin FOR SALE 1951 Chevrolet 8-4 Ton Pickup 1946 Mercury - Five Passenger Coupe I Heater, Radio COOL MOTORS Sundance, Wyo. INVENTORY SHEETS AT THE Times Housm rol South Sundan~, one In main S~ wy~Jzg Umd~--Zd. win Rounds, Realtor. fin ~UTHORIZED S E R V E L GAS, 'refrigerator sales and service. . Crook County Refinery. tfn FOR SALE." BROWER WHIRL- : wind feed mixer complete with motor and starter switch. $200. . Small Homes Co., Sundance, Wy- ~ omiaa t~ ,]~ISURANCE - HOSPITAL, POLIO, aectdent,~life, commercial. Trav- ~ clefs Insurance Co. Agents: John Whities, Hulett, Frank ~lakeman, Stmdance. fin. ~RA- DUSTLESS SWEEI~NGi Job, use Luster-Shene wax o~-oilI base sweeping compound.Small "~: Homes Co. fin. INVENTORY SHEETS AT THE Times FOR SALE: HOUSE IN SOUTH Sundance. Scotty Gladstone, Sun- dance, ltfn. SECOND HAND STORE IS BE- ing remodeled to make necess- ary room. Working hard to re- open as soon as possible. Jean- ette Cook, Telephone 50R3. ltfn. FOR SALE: BALED HAY, FIRST, second or third cutting. Lloyd Heston, Newell, S. D., Phone 7021. 5-6* SEE US ABOUT OUR VIKING Fanning Mills. McDonald Im- plement Co., Belle Fourche, S. D. 5-7. FOR SALE: TWO-ROOM HOUSE and lot in Hulett. See Bill Svo- boda, Oshoto, Wyo. 5-7* FOR SALE: BENDIX AUTOMAT- ic Washer. Wayne Jackson, Sun- dance, Wyo. 5-6* INSURANCE: HOSPITAL, POLIOj accident, life. Commercial Trav- elers Insurance Co. Agents: John Whities, Hulett, Frank Blakeman, Sundance. tfn FOR SALE: LOOSE ALFALFA hay. See Chester :Garrett, 4 miles NE of Beulah - Old Mur- ray-Hansen farm. Cal4 mornings only. 6-7. FOR SALE: PIANOS. WURLITZ- er spinet, used less than two months. $100 discount. Three reconditioned uprights, all in A-1 condition - $75, $115 and $125. Dean's Piano Shop, Spear- fish, S. D., across from Interna- tional Harvester. Piano tuning and repair, it FOUND: BLACK HILLS GOLD tie clasp with Masonic emblem. Owner may have by paying cost of ad. Can pick up property at Sundance Times office. It FOR SALE: USED 3-25 McCULL- FOR SALE: ONE WHITEFACED och chain saw in good condition. Hereford bull, out of Dillon New Chain. Paul Snell, Sun- RuIand breed. Can be seen at dance, Wyo. 5-6 Adelaide Ripley ranch. Owner, Henry M. Crago, Beulah, Wyo. FOR SALE: CANARY HENS. 6-8. Phone 6F4. Mrs. Raymond Road- ifer. 5-6 FOR SALE: LA CASE. USED one year - 1019 Tenth Ave., Belle Fourche, S.D. 6-7-* A-1 Used Trucks 195~ Ford F-3 $-4 Ton l~eavy Duty, ,q Cylinder Pickup ,-Like New Christie Motors Spearfish S. D. JOB PRINTING-- The Quality Kluge Way With our new Kluge Automatic Press we are Fully Equipped to Care for All Your Job Pr inting Needs. Letterheads p,' Envelopes Statements Invoice Forms , Index Forms Manifold Forms Ruled Forms No matter what the job we can do 5t for you QUICKLY, ,NEATLY and INEX- PENSIVELY. I The Sundance Times WANTED: IRONING TO TAKE in. Mrs. Charles Baker, Box 22,1 Sundance, Wyo. lt* FOR SALE: USED ADMIRAL radio and 3-speed record chang- er. 50. Sundance Electric. it[ WANTED: SUMMER PASTURE for 65 head of cows. Ambrose Ryan, Aladdin, Wyo. 6-7-* FOR SALE: NEW GE UPRIGHT Vacuum cleaner. Ordinarily 69.95. Special price 41.95. Sun- dance Electric. It COLONY Mrs. Albert Groat of Council Bhfffs, Iowa has spent the past few weeks visiting her sons, Ger- ald, Dale and Ernest Raber. She left for her home Tuesday. Her son Ernest took her to Edgemont, where she made direct train con- nections to Council Bluffs. C. W. Shepard went to Belle Fourche Thursday to bring home his wife, who has been a patient the John Burns Memorial Hos- Mrs. Shepard's many friends rill be happy to know that she is getting along nicely. Joe Wattier who suffered a se- vere attack of lumbago, has re- turned to his work at" the Green- wood ranches, -Bob Henwood delivered the cat- tle from the sale yard in Belle Fourche to the Greenwood ranches bought by James Newland at Thursday's sale. Mrs. Marian Eixenberger has I been visiting at her son Paul's home at the Barold plant. Mrs. James Newland drove to town Friday to bring her son Ron- aid home for the weekend. Pat Garcia of Belle Fourche was a Colony caller Sunday. Mrs. Henry Coleman was hostess to a group of friends and neigh- bors at a surprise birthday party foi~ Mrs. Robert Norton, at the Coleman home Saturday night. Visitors at the C. W. Shepard home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. John Roos, Mr. and Mrs. David Rowand, Mrs. James Newland and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shea and grand- children of Belle Fourche. Mrs. Chas. Massie has been ill at her home for the past two i weeks. She was better upon re- ceipt of this bit of information. Chas. Moore who underwent i major surgery at the St. Johns hospital in Rapid City last Thurs- day is recovering nicely. Lambing has started in the Col- ony area. (This will bring a storm if anything will.) David Roberts arid Harry Lee Garman made a business trip to Belle Fourche and Spearfish last Wednesday. The Roberts family have all been sick with the flu. Harry Lee Garman has been do- ing the feeding during their ill- ness. Mr. and Mrs: Orville Jones were Moorcroft visitors Thursday. Ed and Edw. Blakeman are re- roofing their barn. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Zimmer- schied were supper guests at Bill Svoboda's Thursday evening. They also attended the basketball game in Moorcroft Saturday night. The flu is still raging in our midst. Members of the Elbert, Howard and Wilbtir Zimmerschied families are sick. Jack Zimmerschied went home with Miss George to spend the weekend. He reports a very en- joyable time. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Johansen and children of Denver arrived at the Edna Graves ranch Sunday eve- ning. They plan to stay for some- time. Mrs. Johansen is the daugh- ter of Mrs. Graves. Howard Zimmerschied and Neal Garman put up ice Thursday. Loren and Dick Altaffer were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Garman home. Loren stated that he had received his call from the draft board to report for physical examination on Feb. 9. Ralph Mills and daughter are victims of the mumps this week. Miller Creek Last Week Spring weather prevailed in this' vicinity again during last week with much of the snow disappear- ing. Everyone agrees that this is the mildest January they can remember. The G. E. Olson, Cleo Olson and Irvin Haptonstall families were last week flu victims. Mrs. Bern- ard Solomon and girls were also victi~as. Wednesday, Irvin Haptonstall, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Solomon and girls were consulting a doctor at Spearfish. The little girls were quite ill. We hear all are much improved and up and about again. Pvt. A. Roger Rathbun arrived by plane at Rapid City from Camp Roberts, California Friday noon on an 8-day furlough. His father and sister met him and they were also. callers at the Glen Roberts, home m Sundance that afternoon~ enroute home. Rodney Lebo and Herman White were Sundance business visitors Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Walters and l Delores drove from Buffalo Sat- urday and were guests at Bill Ha- becks returning home Sunday. Billy David Myers was a house guest from Saturday afternoon un- til Sunday of David Habeck. The dance at the community hall Saturday night for Pvt. Roger Rathbun was attended by a lively crowd and a good time is reported. Mrs. Lorey Anderson returned home from the Gillette hospital Saturday. Mrs. Earl Rush departed Jan. 19th for Rochester, Minn. where she entered Mayo's clinic. We hope she returns soon in better health. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cart were shopping at Carlile Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kiser recently purchased a new Chevrolet pickup at Sundance. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Waiters and Delores; Mr: and Mrs. Warren Hed- ger and sons; Mr. and Mrs. Hally Oudin and girls, Pvt. Roger and Jennie Lea Rathbun; Cora and Walter Vore enjoyed an early .breakfast Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Habeck. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Habeck of THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance Wyo. Feb. 5, YOU NAltfE (Ed Note: We need a name this column. What do you gest?) Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Harper been helping out at the Bud per home near Nisland, So. for a week Their Nancy has been in the Rapid hospital since Jan. 27 and mother is down there with her Ray Osgard and Gene were down to visit Marty Monday the 26th and the men made a business trip to Fourche and Spearfish. Alfred Howes was wheat to Belle Fourche two last week. Evelyn Howes Leota Osgarcl on Tuesday and went to Belle Fourche and fish. They visited Mrs. Earl son and Mrs. Harold Griffin new son while there. The fred Howes family visited the Bosea family on Monday and saw Bosea's new son, Many in our vicinity have having the virus influenza severly. Ben Vines, Palmer Evelyn Howes, Jeanne Bosea, ty Osgard and Ralph have been in bed with it, bors have been doing Marty grad's chores for a week as he been unable to be out. Word from Mr. and Mrs. Howes at Mesa, Ariz., weather is warm there and are entertained by friends and busy rock hunting. Word from Jean Harper ' has polio is that she is still 'proving and is able to self and get upstairs by rails. She has just had have their children Jo Ann Alam. Palmer Hegge's had a supper for Mary ~mith on day the 31st. Others there Paul and Alex Smith. The Clye Weaver family Mabel Jefferson from visited at the Alex Smith on Rifle Pit Divide one day week. The John Miller family of Canyon took in the show in dance last Friday. John and my also went to the Polio fit on Saturday night. Personal Items Mrs. Ted Rounds and Mrs. Versluys, Jr. drove Mrs. Ted ! sluys Sr. to Spearfish day evening. Mrs. Versluys for her home in Marshall, after having visited at the of her'son and.family for several days. Among the diners at Saturday evening were Mr. Mrs. Edwin Rounds, Mr. and Don Rounds, Mr. and Mrs. Snook, Rev. and Mrs, Speier and Mr. and Mrs" Weaver. Mrs. Ross Lynn of Red from Wednesday until day at the Vernon Bick PAINTING Interior Stippling EXPERIENCED A. L. HALL Box ~$4 Phone ~ooreroft, Wyo. Sundance were Sunday dinner guests. I [ Pvt. Roger Rathbun is spending REWARD a few days this week at BuffalI ~lhave a visiting relatives and friends. The Bearlodge Livesteek ~n~,o ,~ Warren Hedger was a Sunday af- will pay a reward of $35# l~"~.'~ m~ ternoon caller at Hally Ot~dinS.at the community hall II i~n~:!i~:~gO~ ~~-~ gh l~ s, at U SaturdaY l, tug any livestock belong ;~st~ ,~ afternoon. II any member af the Bear ~' d.m.e ~m~, lStr When I was young and spry andI1[I Livestock Assn. ~' new gay, I I Bear Lodge I eyed each girl who came my way; ~- Now that I'm olderl I admit, I I haven't changed a single bit. [