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FOR RENT FOR 1~1~1': ONE AND TWO bedroom apartments and homes for rent. Ted Rounds, Circle S Motel, Ph. 283~A03. 6tfn. FOR RENT: ELECTRIC FLOOR ~mden and edger~ Gambles, SpeswZlah, S.D. 48tfn. FOR 'RENT: MODERN, WAIE~I 2- bedroom house - $45 a month. Inquire Lee's Pharmacy. It FOR RENT OR SALE: 2-BED- room modern house in Hulett. B. L. DeLancey, Ph. 467-5731, Hulett. 7-8" CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENT RATES 4 per word for each insertion. Minimum charge 25 each insertion. Payment must accompany order for advertisement. Needle Zig-Zag Automatic in beautiful console. Party with good credit may assume the last 7 payments of $8.87. To see, write Credit Department, Box 335, O'Neill, Nebr. 6-7* FOR SALE: 1960 INTERNATION. al Travel-All 4x4 with 7-ft. snowplow. Charles Morris, Lead, S. D., Ph. 584-3204. 6-8* MISCELLANEOUS RADIO, TELEVISION AND AP- pliance repair. S~mdance Elec- tric. 7tfn. i SMALL APPLIANCE LAWN MOWER TELEVISION RADIO REPAIRING AND D0m's 11 at GAMBLES Speerfish, $. D. i COMPLETE LAUNDRY dry cleaning ~rvico. Cleaners, Phone 283-2492 fin. NEED STANLEY PRODUCTS ? Call Gerri Hartberg, 283-3183. 50tfn. THE BEST OF ALL KINDS OF insurance, bonds. L. 0. Tracy, Sundance. 51tfn CUSTOM A.RTIFICIAL INSEM- ination service. All breeds available. Breed for quality and added profit. Chester Hejde, Aladdin, Wyo., Ph. 283- 3542. 7tfn. FOR SABLE: USED FRIGIDAIRE refrigerator . $85; used Kel- virmtor refrigerator - $65. Sun- dance Electric. It PIANO FOR SALE: FINE SPIN- et, like new. Assume low monthly payments. For in- formation, write Credit Man- ager, Box 940, 'Idaho Falls, Id- aim. 6-7 WANTED AT ONCE: PARTY IN this area to assume the last 6 payments on 4 ,month-old Singer automatic zig-zag with new guarantee. For more in- formation, write Credit Depart. meat, Box 451, or call 336- 2780, O'Neill, Nebr.: 6-7* Miller Creek Feb. 8 Mr. and Mrs. Herb Minnich called at the Irvin Haptonstall home Monday afternoon and transacted business in Hulett Thursday ~ternoon, Hal Oudin was a caller at the Minnich home Friday afternoon. ,Mr. and Mrs. Hal' Oudin, Dorothy and Monte Moeller shop- ped in Sundance Saturday and were dinner guests of Mrs. Annie Oudin. Monte Moeller went to the home of his parents, the Don Moellers, in Rapid City Saturday a~ernoon. Hal Oudin took the "A" Cheerleaders to Midwest for the basketball game Saturday night. Linda Watts also accom- panied them. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Garman and children transacted business in Gillette AIonday. Neal attended the Weed & Pest meeting in Sun. dance Tuesday, Mrs. Garman shopped in Bell~ Fourche and the Garman children visited at the .Reynard Mills home. Neal Gar- man helped Reno Lytle Friday and helped with branding at the Keith Kudlock ranch Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Penn Smith shop- ped in Belle Fourche and Sun. dance Thursday and called at the Hal Oudin home. Chesney ,Rathbun came home Monday evening from the Robin- son ranch. Tuesday morning Mr. and Mrs. Chesney Pathbun re. turned to the Robinson ranch, coming to their home again Thursday. Neal Garman plowed the snow from Rathbuns road Wednesday. .Roger and Kenny Rath~un called at ,the Garman home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Chesney Pathbun, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Pathbun and family attend. ed business matters in Sundance Thursday. Reno Lytle called at the Leo Rail home during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Rail shopped in Sun- dance Friday and were supper guests at the Reno Lytle home. Mr..and Mrs. Keith Kudlock and David were dinner guests at the Henry Engelhaupt home Tues- day and transacted business in Newcastle in the afternoon. They were supper guests at the Richard Ra.whouser home. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Kudlock and David were Friday supper guests at the Hen- ry Engelhaupt home and spent the evening at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Summers and family. Ernest White visited Ellsworth White at the Ft. Meade hospital Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herm. an White and Danny visited Ells- worth Saturday and shopped in Sturgis and Sundance. Ephriam Wenger called at the Irvin Haptonstall home Monday evening and spent Sunday after- noon with the Haptonstalls. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Haptonstall visited at the Lee Willey home Wednesday and attended the card party in ,Hulett Thursday evening. Friday, Mr. and ~Mrs. Irvin Hap. tonstall visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Summers and Mrs. Fannie Kelly in Osage. Penn Smith and Charlie Schoep called at the White .Bros. ranch during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and Danny and Ernest White visited Ellsworth White at Ft..Meade hospital sev. eral times during the week. mr. and Mrs. Herman White and Dan- ny shopped in Sundance Thurs- day. .irvin ~aptonstall attended lodge in Hulett Wednesday eve- ning and Mr. and Mrs. Hapton. stall attended lodge Friday eve- sing. Mrs..irvin Haptonstall call- ed on Mrs. Herb ,Minnich Thurs- day morning. ~Mr. and Mrs. Hap- tonstall spent Sunday at the Reu- ben Everson home. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Minnich transacted business in Belle Fourche Monday and attended the International day and the live. stock sale in Belle Fourche Thurs- day. ,Neal Garman, Keith Kudlock, Walter Vore, Hal Oudin, Roger .Ra~bun and Fritz Chatfield went to St. Joseph's hospital in Dead- wood Thursday where they donor. ed blood `for the blood bank for Paul Cummings who is in a hos. pital in ,Rapid City. Mrs. Neal Garman and children shopped in Sundance Thursday. Neal Garman spent Friday at the Harry Garman shop. Keith Kudlock helped Neal Garman Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. Summers were supper guests of the Keith Kudlocks Saturday evening before the group attend- ed the dance. Ken Hutchins was a dinner ~uest at the .Roger Rathbun home Sunday, 'Feb. 7. Roger Rathbun accompanied him to Hulett in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roger .Rathbun and Randy transacted business in S,mdanee Friday. ,Mr. and Mrs. Bill Habeck and Philip called at the Roger Rathbun home Friday evening. Philip Habeck spent Friday and Saturday with Kenny Rath. bun. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Habeck, ,Philip and David, were dinner guests at the Ned Lanning home in Spearfish Sunday, Feb. 7 in observance of the birthday of Mrs. Bill Habeck. David Habeck visited Robin Vote during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rathbun and family were supper guests at the Bill Ha,beck home Sunday, Feb. 15. Kickbush Feb. 15 ,Saturday night Mr. and .Mrs. ~Ulric Hawken were honored guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emory George at their home. The oc- casion was the celebration of the couple's twentieth wedding an- niversary. Mr. and Mrs. Emory George spent the day Sunday at the David Seeley home at Osage. The Jack Lantz family have been having a bout with the "flu" the past week. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller got home Saturday night from their ~isit to their son and ~amily. THE SUNDANCE TIMES S,mdance, Wyo. Feb. 18, 19d kL 'In~y were aelayed by the ex~] tremely bad storms in ,Iowa an~| Nebraska. They were stuck i~l Council Bluffs and stranded Omaha and missed their train Lincoln, caught a second train an~| were held up in Lincoln m~ hours where rains and buseJ| were held up by the twenty-~! inch snowfall. The city was ~| crowded with stranded travelS| that they couldn't get a room~| a hotel so had to sleep onthelfh !| elbows in the station until 4h~ were able to get a train ors While at Ames they went to~i souri to see Mrs. Bush and tb weather was beautiful down ther6 Just like Spring. Mr. and Chuck Powell and Jimmie spe$ Sunday at the John Miller home, Mrs. Laura Simon and Mr. Jol~I Kay]or ,were supper guests at the| Harley Douglas home Thursd~[ night and visited at Lee Thom~| sons. Elvin Simon attended tht~ Rock Club meeting Thursday ev~l ning. The correspondent made a lUi~ take last week by saying that A~ fred Sipe took his daughter bac!| to school at Rapid after spendiSJ| the weekend at home. She is a!'] tending the Black Hills State Coi!~ lege and her address is Miss Vi~ ion :Sipe, Black Hills State Co~| lege 125 West Hall, Spearfish} S. Dakota. Miss Sipe spent tl1~ past weekend at home and ~I and Mrs. Sipe took her back Spea~ish Sunday evening. I@ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reyno attended the Boy Scout Expo~ tion in Sundance Saturday afte~ noon and called briefly at tl~ Larry Craw`ford home on th~ way home. Newton Holbert has been the sick list during the past we and Ed Meisner took him Spearfish to consult a doctor. Personal Items:i I! Toner a~ iunda~ vA~ ~nd fami~ ,hey of t~J . the S~ Sundanc~.~ [1 games~ over ~ Stahlec~ callers t~ The St~ eon | din | ,Mr. and Mrs. C. J Toner ai family spent Friday-Sunday Mrs. Toner's sister and Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Money of falo while attending the dance.Big Horn and Tongue River basketball games Bi~ Horn and .Dayton over weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Verlyn and sons were business callers Deadwood Saturday. eckers and ,Mr. and Mrs. ~_,dwards of Spearfish had in Beulah that evening. DON~ FORGET - OPEN HOUSE, Sara Coventry jewelry showing at Log C~bin Care, Feb. 25, 2- 4:30 p.m., 7-8 p.m. New jewel- ry. 'Prizes given. For inform- ation, call 283,3353. It FOR SALE WE TRADE, BUY AND SELL aew and used guns and sport. In~ goods. Gambles, 8pc.uriah, S.D. FOR SALE: CABIN IN THE Hills, near trout stream, 20 x 34 ft., 2.bedroom, with fire- place, completely wired. Lam- pe~t Lumber Co., Spearfish, S. D. 25tfn FOR SALE OR TRADE: NEW and used refrigerators and freezers. Gambles, Spearfish, S.D. 48tfn. FOR SALE: GOOD USED TV sets, Zemth, RCA, console and portable models, reasonable. Sundance Electric. 50 tfn. FOR SALE: 1960 ALMA MOBILE home, 45~10, 2 bedrooms. Bryce Sager, Belle Fourche, S. D. Ph. 896-3126. 5-8. FOR SALE: HAZEI~AKI~ ranch west of Hulett, on creek, also ,good springs and meadow la~d. Mary Hazelbaker, Rte. 1, Corvallis, Mont. 5-7* M~JST CLOSE ACCOUNT IN ,this area on 1964 Whi,te Twin- More information on this Ed Mathews" picture of Beulah in 1890 or 1891 has been furnished by B. F. Lincoln, Sundence, who helped build several of the struc- turn in the picture. On the left side of the street nearest to the camera is the liv. ery barn whore the horses were changed on the Spearfish-Sun. dance mail route. Lincoln helped build the barn in 1888. Next door is the Ed Wheeler hotel. Lincoln worked for Wheeler at that time. At the left, Lacress Sand Creek and f~cing east, was the EIIsbury store, post office end livery stable. Left of the livery stable was the BIIsbury Hotel built by Sol Bunker some time before 1887. Third building from the front c~ the right side of the street was Louis Minzer's grocery store, now the Sand Creek Trading Post. Lincoln helped with the construc. tion of that building end he also had ~ hand in building Bert Bes- cecce's saloon end dance hell about 1888. At the far r!ght, sitting by itself, is the Beulah flour Fox end Reinocke had it around 1889. Helping with construction of the mill, still stands, was Frank Frank recalls working SL~q0 day and he boarded mdf.