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~COMm TAX AND BOOK.E~IHP- lng~ work--Frank Cubblson, Sundance. Teleph~e 127R2. tn ORDERS FOR P~RIPo tione and other needs filled promptly 'at Blue Drug and Jewelry, ~pearfieh. S.D. STtfn BRING YOUR RADIOS TO GAM' ble's in Spearfish for expert ser- vice. 29ff~ HOUSES FOR SALE--4 IN South Sundsnce, one in main Slmdance. Wyoming Lands--Ed. win Rounds, Realtor. tfn ART PAPER--MANY COLORS, 9x12, 50c a package. The Times. FOR SALE--25 ACRES CORN fodder in shock. 6 ton oat hay. Sell all or any part. Can be fed on place if desired. Wilbert Long, Hulett, Wyo. tfn. 'ONE MODERN H 0 U S E A N D Cabins for rent.--Mrs. Carl Jen- sen. Telephone 97R2. tfn. FOR SALE -- 160 ACRES IN Bear Lodge. Price $1,000. Rich- ard Smith, Sundance. Box 155, or Phone 4F3. 5-8* .FOR RENT--3 ROOM HOUSE-- .John Morris, Devils Tower, Wy- 7-8-9 Used Cars 1951 Ford Victoria Demonstrator, low mile- age. New car guarantee. Heater, radio, etc. Christie Motors Spearfish, S. D. FOR AN EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD Job use Luster-Shene Sweeping Compmmd. --Small Homes Co. ttn FOR SALE---300 BALES ALFAL- fa hay. At old Ellis Hamilton place, Beulah, Wyo. -- Anton Troyer. B-9* | FOR SALE -- FOUR BURNER Coronado gas range in good con- dition, $50. Mrs. George Beagle. 8-9 RELIABLE MAN WITH CAt wanted to call on farmers in local county. $25 a day or more, possible. No capital required.-- Write: A. C. Myers, 2401 Larimer St., Denver, Colo., CH 6050. It WANTED TO LEASE A RANCH, either on shares or cash rent. Have machinery and some stock. Prefer stock on shares.--Inquire Sundance Times office. 8-10" W A N T E D -- A PERMANENT ranch job with a future--15 to 20 years experience. --- Inquire Sundance Times office-~ 8-9" Moskee (Feb. 18) Mr. and Mrs. Morris Slagle and Johnnie were in Belle Fourche Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Milten Gray, Mrs. Andy Clark and Sharon, Mrs. Les- lie Jones and Edwin Jones visited Mrs. Edwin Jones in the Dead- wood hospital Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Deranleau and Carl were Spearfish shoppers Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Apland and children were weekend guest at the Ed French home in Lead, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Milten Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Clark and Sharon shopped in Spearfish and Dead- wood Tuesday evening and visited Mrs. Edwin .Tones in the hospital. Francis Madler and Joan Phoe- bus, of Baker, Montana, and Ber- nard Madler of Spearfish visited at the Charles Madler and B. A. Jesfield homes Saturday evening. Among those shopping in Sun- dance Saturday evening and at- tending the show were Mr. and Mrs. Morris Slagle, Johnnie and Vanda Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Clark and Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. Milten Gray, Henry Saari and Les- lie, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Craig, and Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Lappe, Dallas and Eileen. Mr. and Mrs. pete Toth and Nancy attended the show in New- castle Sunday. Mrs. E. J. Deranleau, Mrs. Hen- ry Saari, Mrs. Pete Toth, Mrs. R. J. Pattinson and Edwin Jones were shopping in Spearfish and Deadwood Thursday. Mrs. Deran- leau, Mrs. Saari and Edwin Jones visited with Mrs. Jones in the Deadwood hospital. Sunday dinner guests at the An- dy Clark's were Mr. and Mrs. Am- brose Lappe, Dallas and Eileen, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark and O Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Milten Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jones, Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Clark, Oliver Clark and Myrna Mae Butts. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Arnoldt and Douglas were visiting at the B. A. Jesfield and Charles Madler homes Sunday. A Valentine party was given at the school house Friday afternoon. Lunch was served to all that at- tended. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker of Rapid City brought Mrs. Manda Walker home Sunday. Thursday evening dinner guests at the Milten Gray home were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Clark and Sharon and Edwin Jones. Mrs. Ambrose Lappe and Eileen were Sundance shoppers Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Slagle and family spent the weekend in Rap- id City. Mrs. Manda Walker is staying with her son and family for a week. Mrs. Ambrose Lappe, Eileen and Mrs. Robert Craig were Sundance shoppers Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Deranleau and Carl had Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Clark and Sharon visited Sunday afternoon at the Harry Clingan's in Upton. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Clark and Oliver Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Peterson, Sandra and Leslie Saari and Carl Deramleau attended church in Spearfish Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Lappe, Dallas and Eileen were Sunday dinner guests at the Charles Clarks. Mr. and Mrs. Milten Gray, Mrs. Andy Clark and Sharon and Mrs. Leslie Jones spent Wednesday in Spearfish and Lead. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Deranleau and Carl were visiting their daugh- ter, Mrs. Edwin Jones in the hos- pital in Deadwood. Mr. and Mrs. Milten Gray spent the weekend visiting in Sundance. Personal Items Mrs. Leonard Snook spent sever- al days in town this past week. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rolf enter- tained Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hughes at dinner at their home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rounds and children spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Vic French in Rapid City. John Binney was a busines call- er in Newcastle Monday afternoon. Miss Barbara Franklin of Hulett visited at the Harry Davis home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Beagle spent Friday in Gillette. Ronnie Carr was an overm guest at the home of his grand. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cart Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis, Miss Barbara Franklin and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schloredt spent Sunday in Belle Fourche at the George Pridgeon home. Miss Doris Prid- geon celebrated her birthday that day. John Binney and Sid Harvey were Upton callers on Friday. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Cart and family visited at the Jerry Cart home. Mrs. Don Rounds and Donna, and Mrs. Ted Rounds, Grace Ma' rie and Teddie spent Saturday in the Hills. Among the diners at the Royal Club in Beulah Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bennick, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shewey, Chuck, Mr. and Mrs. Frank corn, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rounds, Mrs. Helen Smith, Nels and Con" nie and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Round~, Complete Repair and Service On All Makes of Cars and Trucks Thompson Motor Co. Oldsmobile GMC Spearfish, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Patterson and Tex Craig accompanied Mrs. Henry Saari and Mrs~ Frank Pet- erson to Spearfish Monday. Mrs. Saari and Mrs. Peterson were busi- ness callers in Belle Fourche Mon- day. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Lappe, Dallas and Eileen were shopping in Sundance Saturday evening and attended the show. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Jesfield shop- ped in Sundance Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Peter- son were callers in Sundance Sat- urday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Hunt and daughters were visiting at the Bob Hunts in Moorcroft Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Slagle and Johnnie and Mrs. Pete Toth were shopping in Spearfish and Belle Fourche Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jones were visiting at the Andy Clark's Thurs- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Toth and girls visited at the Claude Sackett home in Osage Monday. A MODERN FOOD STORE $r Groceries, Meats, Fruits, Vegetables, Bakery 6oods Belle Fourehe, 8. B, THIS WEEK WE HAVE TIIE following things and all are so good looking --- new suits for Spring with all the new details, some with the new full swinging skirts and little short jackets. New dresses have come in, too, and all are so good looking. Women will have plenty of op- portunity to dress up this spring and you will like our new styles. Kepp's, a shop for women, Rap- id City, S. D., in the post office block next to Red Owl Grocery. FOR SALE 1948 Plymouth Sedan Radio, Heater 1948 F-1 Ford Ton Pickup Radio, heater, spotlight. 1946 Ford V-8 Sedan 1942 Chevrolet Sedan 1958 Ford Tudor COOL MOTORS Sundance, Wyo. '11 You're right, sister -- h e' d better come to "I still think it would be better Tower Lumber to buy our lumber already cut!' Co. for his doors and windows. We have the equipment, the material and the skill to make up doors and windows to suit your needs. Also, we carry a large supply of stock doors and windows. You'll get a better deal if you deal with-- Devils Tower, Wyo. NEURITIS Responds Readily To Care Sh