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ALL CLASSIFIEDS 5 CENTS A WORD, each insertion. CLASSIFIED RATES DEADLINE: Tuesday noon of week to be Inserted. MINIMUM CASH Insertion SO& MINIMUM CHARGE INSERTION, $1.00 Locol BLACKFACE READERS per line. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY -- S1.25 per column inch. CARD OF THANKS -- 1.00. NOTE: WANTADS not ordered to be published in coneaeuflve Issues ef The Sunclanco Times, must be reordered for each subsequent Insor~ion. FOR SALE FOR SALE: Lo~ at Keyhole r~ sort area, approx. 90 x 164 /t. l~. 283-2886 or contaot Fred Tsehetter at Keyhole Marina. 3 tfn. FOR ,SALE: 1970 Evinrude snow. moblles, Skeeter and Bobcat, 25 hp., 15 and 20-inch track, reverse gear standard in all wide tracks. See or call Roger DerK, Box 191, Hulett, Ph. 467. 5790. 2-0 FOR ~: 1968 Volkswagen square block, one owner ear, good rtflfver all around, about 19,000 miles, make an offer. Ph. 283-1586. 7-10 FOR SALE: 1948 Willys Jeep pickup, just overhauled, 4 new recap fires. Can be seen at Conoco station in Hulett. 7-8. FOR SALE: 79 good Hereford cows. Ph. 307A4~7-5~18 or wrRe Gerald ~ahoney, Alva, WFo. 7-8* FOR SALE: 1962 P~ymouth Fury 9~pass. station wagon, engine completely overhauled, auto- marie trans. Call a~ter 5 p.m. 283-3264. 8-9 AN~N-UAL Spring Bull Sale: Sell- ing 50 top quality Hereford Range Bulls on Tuesday, March 3 - 1:30 p.m. See our ad in this .issue. Schmele Hereford Ranch, Ne~vell, S.D. 8-9 FOR SALE: Victor adding ma- chine, ,hand operated, $25. It works. Orville Har~er,Ph. 283-1911. 8-11 FOR RENT RENT' FLOOR sanders and edgs. Gambles Spearfish, S.D. Itfn FOR ~'1': 6-room house with 1 baths, garage, storage house, /ended in yard. Ph. 2~-1975 after 6:30 pan. 6-9 MISCELLANEOUS CUSI )M ARTII ICIAL ] TmmS. tnation service. All breeds available. Breed for qtutUty and added pr lt Chester HeJde, Aladdin, Wyo., PIL M,42. ltM THE BEST OF ALL KINDS OF insurance, bonds. 1. O. Tmey, Sundanee. lira TV set on the blink? Call I~rl at Sundance Electric, 4~n SYIOP SEARS Catalog Store in Belle Fourche or call 892-2632. 5-8 FOR FREE moving estimates, call Don Denzin, United Van Lines agent. Ph. 283-3324. 17tfn. FOI2$~ SAW FILING. For expert saw filing see Wilbur Dillavou, 283-1974, Sundance. 17~n SH~P AT HOtME by Phone. Call ~ears 8~632 in Belle Four. the. 7-10 V~AN'H~: Buying calves a.t cur- rent prices /or later delivery. Phone 842-2913, Spearfish, S. D. 12-15 EDUCATION ;~HGH school conviction through ~ome study. Free information. American School - District o~- flee, ~ox 3296A, Butte Mont. 50701. VA approved. 8-12" UPPER LITTLE MISSOURI Feb. 15 A b~by girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wood Feb. 11. Richard Pew, o~vner of North Ridge ranch .is there on a visR. He came from his /arm in Penn- .sylvania. Ray Stoddard ~vas a Saturday dinner guest at Dick Ackermans. (Mr. and ~VIrs. Dick Ackerman ~wertt to ,the sale in Belle Fourche ,Thursday. They attended the basketball game and dance in Hulett Feb. 14. Mr. and ~Mrs. Dee Clark were Sunda~y, Feb. 8 dinner guests at ~he Jw Nuckolls ranch. The senior class of Hulett ~h.igh school sponsored a dance ;Feb. 14. Those ~urnishing music ~were: :Miss Jo~ce L~bban, Leon .Jay, Miss Karen Evans, (Miss Joy Belle Jay and Miss Brimmer. Sam and Pan'tie JoUey were supper guests ~ ,Dee Clerks Wed- nesday evening. Mr. and (Mrs. ,Sam Jolley attended the Men's Fellowship supper at the B~ptist church Feb. 12. ,Sam and Effie Jolley ~vere business callers in .Belle and Spear~i~Sh Feb. 9. Paulie Jolley and Barbara ~lark were callers at the Jerry Ista home Feb. 13. Mangled wreckage is about all thaYs left of this 1965 Ford after it crashed headon into the railing of the Donkey Creek bridge on old U. S. 14 about two miles west of Moorcroft Feb. 15. Iniured Beulah Man In Galveston Hospital Larry Larive, ~tflah, who was injured in an explosion ~t a gas plant no~e~h of Belle Fourche ear- lier this month, is now receiving treatment /or burns ~ a Galves- ton, Tex. hospital. .His parent~, (Mr. and Mrs. Ed Larive, are with ~heir son and re. port he had a good @ay Saturday. He is expected to be on the crR- ic~ list ~or a month to six weeks. Cards ,may ,be sent to Larive at ~his address: Room 7C, Jebn Sealy Hospital, Galveston, Tex. 77550. Merle and Denise Clark end Lindy Bartlett went to (Midwest .Feb. 13. The bo~s are on the lwrestling team and Denise is a cheer leader. Park Wood is home from the service. He served part of his time in Alaska. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Long and (Mr. Julian Erickso,n were Sunday dinner guests at Sam Jolleys. Jerry Ista had his sheep shear- ed ,the ~ast week. The local Sheep shearers were: Irvin Brimmer, ~ene Gri/fis and George Watts. Admitted Feb. 9: Alva Way, Upton. Richard Baswel'l, (Mel~ssa Thomp- son, Debbie Gr'tfifin, Debbie Ger- hart, Sundance. Feb. 10: Billie Jo Rathbun, Don- na ,Motisi, Millie Ferrell Kathryn Liewer, Sandra Humphrey, Nellie Humphrey, Sundance. Delores Lane, Upton, Patricia Sturman, Upton, Effie Robinson, (Moorcroft. Feb. 1 I: John Boswell, Sally Baswell, Mark Ferrell, Damon Hart, Sundance. Cheryl Stugel- meyer, Upton. Feb. 12: Ray ,Robinson, Moor- croft. Gerald Popham, Jerry Jew. el, Scott Tschetter, Sundance. Oismissacl ,Feb. 9: Leo Davis, Moorcroft. Jerry Jewel, Sundance. Fob. 10: Scott ~elgeman, Sum dance. Sandra Humphrey, Sun- dance. .Feb. 11: Viola Oliver, Hulett. Melissa Thompson, Sundance. Debbie GriSfin, Sundance. Alva W~y, Upton. ~tuth Way and baby boy, Upton. Taken to the Gillette hospital with undeterminecl Injuries was Juchon Nordvold, 20, Eagle Butte, S.D. He suffered some head chest injuries. State Higlhwey Petrolman W. O. Wright said the accident oc- curred about 6:40 e.m. as Nord- void was eastbotml on the old highway. Wright said the car ren off the 'htghwey end crashed dead-center into the bridge rail. ing. Shamrock Ladies Club et Sunny Divide Cora Smith w~s hostess Feb. 12 to .the meeting of the Sham- rock Ladies Club ~eld at the Sun- ny Divide community hall. Mem- bers exchar~ged valerttines and answered roll call with the verse. The community auction discus- sed at ~he January meeting sins tabled until the iMarch meeting. Feb. 12: Patricia Sturman, Up- ton. Cheryl Stugelmeyer, Upton. Delores Lane, Upton. ElSie Robin- son, (Moorerof, t. Donna Motisi, Sundance. Nellie Humphrey Sun- dance Debbie Gerhart, Sundance. Feb. 13: Scott Tschetter, Sun- dance. Millie Ferrell, Sundanee. Billie Jo Rathbun, Sundance. Feb. 14: Ray Robinson, Moor- croft. Richard Baswell, Sundance. C~enda Baswell, Sundance. Sally Ann Baswell, Sundance. John Baswell, Sundnace. Damon Hart, Sundance. Gerald Popham, Sun- dance. Orville ~ickerd, Sun- dance. Births ,Feb. 11, 1970: ~aby ,girl ~ Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Liewer o~ Sun- dance. Weight 9 lb. 7 oz. Named Ca,rol Marie. g 585 Feb. 16 Mrs. 'Marshall Nussbau,m, ac- companied by (Mrs. Buddy Living- ston and Mrs. Rex Dillon were R~pid City visitors Friday. Mrs. Harriet Peterson accompa- nied ,Mr. and (Mrs. Robert Peter- son to Rapid City Saturday where she visited her dauff~er, Mrs. Larry Heupol and new grandson in the hospital. Sunday afternoon and evening callers in- eluded Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peter- son, Mr. and (Mrs. Richard Peter- son, Mr. and (Mrs. George Peter- son, Mrs. AdotFh Buresh and Duffy and Melvin Peterson. Ther- on and Thad Peterson spent ,Monday ~ith their grandmother while their mother, (Mrs. Karen Opal O udin reported on the I~waiian /ilm the club can o~ tain ~for an .~pril shelving a~ the hall. The club ~a$ also obtain slides ~f an international flo~ver show for a spring shewing. (Mrs. Oudin read an article on smog prevention and Fern Grubb showed some money-making lit- eralure and gave a quiz. Cora Smith reported on replies to letters written to two child- ren's homes. The club will pre- pare a box o/ clothing for spring mailing and will prepare another during the fall months for a children's home. The club extended its thanks to ,Mr. and (Mrs. AIerri,tt Barton /or showing slides of ~heir South American tour Feb. 7. Neal Garman, Hal Oudin and ,Penn Smith mere noon guests and Clara (Mae Hedger was an all- davy visitor. Penn S~nith show. ed scenic slides /otlowing ~e club's business meeting. Peterson, was a teacher tu~te. Mr. and (Mrs. Jim Clark girls were in Spearfish where Mrs. Clark kept a dot appointment. Saturday guests art the Clerks were (Mr. Mrs. Ulric Hearken, Mr. and Straitor Clark and Larry, Livingston, Air. and Mrs. Nicholas and Adolph Buresh. evening ~vas spent playing Callers during ,the week at home of Mr. and Mrs. Tinkcom ,were Mr. and Mrs. bert Perino, Louis Micolini, and Mrs. Btnk N~ssbaum, Mr. (Mrs. Walt Ehrlich, Frank Mr. and ,Mrs. Lesle~ Simpson, Mr. and (Mrs. Bud ~impson daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Detbert were Sund~y callers of Mr. Mrs. Louis Olah. Louis ~icolini called on and (Mrs. N. S Clark Tuesday ternoon. S~turday evening Clarks and ,[~)uis Micolini guests o~f (Mr. and Mrs. Clark. The evening was playing cards. Sunday were Sam Lappe and son (Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clingan family, Mr. and (Mrs. Da~laz pe and children and (Mr. and Jim Clark and ~rls. (Mr. and Mrs. J.~rry called on Mr. and Mrs. tin Peterson one evening Janet Clark attended a ,ball ~ame. Martin Pe,terson a ~eam of borses ~or Straitor day. Nels J. Smith called da~" ,this week. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundence, Wyo. Feb. 19, Ne~t meeting will be March 12 with Gertrude I~ytle hostess. Roll call ~ill ,be ed with something ~bout IRS Gives Reasons For Refund Delays District Director o~ Revenue R. L. Hurt, said a question asked by reds ~f Wyoming every year is "Where is m~' fund?" ~M, any refunds are held u@ cause the Post Oi~fice cannot iver .t'he check because move without leaving a ing address. Another reason is the/act .the ta:~payer's name or is unreadable on ,tbe Hurt said this can ~be avoided pt~tting the pre-addressed on the return filed.