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and Mrs. Robert E. Vore, have announced the on. of their daughter, to Charles Pearson, son of Mrs. Frank A. Pearson, An August wedding is ~n~:~!roMisSVor.e will graduate in May "" _.mack Hills State College, r fi~.. Pearson grad uated , Ue.lle Fourche high school Is. rn the rsnching business r'm his faH~r. Moorcroft Driver Has License Suspended The Wyoming ~(~tor Vehicle Division ~has released a list of driving suspensions and revoca- tions for the week ending Feb. 13. Included on the list is John Lee Preston, `Moorcroft, who was convicted Jan. 16 cd driving while under the influence. CARD OF THANKS We wish .to ,thank our many friends for their sympathy in the loss af our beloved daughter Kathy. 4Ir..and ~Mrs. Roy Armstrong Devils Tower, Wyo. ,Mr. and ,Mrs. Vernon Wood, ttulett, are the parents of a daughter born Feb. 11 at Lookout ,Memorial Hospital in Spearfish. The baby weighed 7 lbs. 1 oz. and has ,been named Ginger Mae. 4V[aternal grand,parents are Mr. and ~Mrs. Juel Hahn, Oshoto. Mrs. Vyrlee Wood Fowler, Tru,th and Consequences, N. ~Mex., is the ,paternal grandparent. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Feb. 19, 1970 Florence Ori, tten*ton ~,ome in IIelena has statistics that show that early pre-natal care assures the birth o~ ~ewer babies with handi~capping eo,n,ditians req,uir. ir~g special care than normally WEEKLY SIOUX CITY STOCKER-FEEDER SUMMARY Sioux City, Iowa. ~Feb. 13-- A total (~f 4,586 :head of stockers, feeders and calves went .to corn- belt fee,dlots this week through the Sioux City Stockyards, ac- cording to ,figures released by the U. S. D. A. Market News Branch. This is .compared with 3,211 head the previous week and 3,913 head the correpsonding .week a year ago. Feeder cattle and calves sold steady ,to strong. Choice and prime 925-1150 lb. feeder steers $27.50-29.00. Choice and prime 700-900 lb. $30.00-35.00. Choice and prime 500-600 lb. short year- ligns $37.50-39.00. Choice and prime 700-950 lb. heifers $27.00- 28.00. Choice and ~)rime 600-700 ,lb. $29.50-3225. Choice and prime 500-600 lb. short yearlings $32.50- 34.25. Steer ca~ves from $38.50- 40.00. ~Iei,fer calves $33.25 to $35.00. Average steer weights reached 740 lbs. this week compared with 723 lbs. a week ago. Average steer prices this week reached Lodge ular Meeting of ;-Iulett Rob- 34 was held Feb. .members attending. Noble Grand Night were filled as far with PNG'S. All observed a minute of deceased Past Noble also ~oll Call Night. In ~o the 24 members at- cm.munications were re- 19 others, makir~g a from two-thirds of the was installed as to ,the Past Noble initiation scheduled ext ,meeting has been SMALL ENGINE REPAIR 2 and 4 Cycle Engines Inboard and Outboard Boat Motors ARCTIC CAT SNOWMOBILE Sales & Service JOE RICHARDS REPAIR Ph. 283-2117 Sundance birchwood paneling is one of the fastest ways to change and renew any room, no matter how tired and middle aged it looks, and we've that the varieties of pre-finished paneling are as numerous as the de- sires of women who want true distinction in home decorating. If you've been feeling chilled and take an afternoon and paint your walls a warm cheerful pink, yellow or orange. You'll be amazed how much warmer you feel at home even when you just come in from being and, ladies and gentlemen of the area - we promise you can on our dependability. We'll be here to see you are satisfied with the building material you buy. I I i Ph. 283.1065 sen Edward Petersen, Manager Sundance $32.71 compared with $31.90 a week ago. Steer cal~ves weighed an average of 458 lbs. this week compared with 457 lbs. last week. Average ,prices for steer calves reached $39A0 compared with $3'7.86 a week ago. (I-Ieifer calves wei~ghed an ,average o 458 tbs. this week compared wiJth 447 lbs. last week. Average prices for heifer calves reached $34.28 com- pared with $33.91 a week ago. SCHMELE'S ANNUAL SELLING TOP QUALITY HEREFORD RANGE BULLS all coming two years old in April, May and June. ALSO, 4 OLDER BULLS 3 & 4 Years Old that are Top Quality Individuals. SALE TIME: 1:30 p.m. -- Lunch Awilable at Sale at the ranch in heated barn Located 4 miles West and 3 miles North of 212-79 Junction i,n Newell. (Signs posted at Junction). These bulls are sired bsr bulls weighing ~rom 2,000 o 2,400 pou~ls, and out of cows bred for size and ~e ability to raise a ,heavy cal~ under range conditions with no creep feeding. This ),ears bull calves averaged 545 pounds one month ~ter weaning when weighed for ,performance test. Sale bulls sre same breeding as top gaining calf ontered by us at first weighing of calves on gain test at Bear Butte Bull Testing Station. SCHMELE HEREFORD RANCH BILL SCHMELE -- NEWELL, S. qD. 57760 -- PHONE 456-2605 FOR AL.L. SEE OUR FABRICS FOR SPRING including Full Permanent Press Dacron and Cotton Blends from $1.98 yd. Turbo Orlon Acrylic Plaids and Solids $4.50 yd. 100% Dacron Polyester Double Knits $5.98 to $6.98 yd. Ph. 283-2082 Sundance