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t# ~" ...................... Margaret Kiser was a Monday ' were afternoon visitors. | cLAs wind ADvERTIsiNG RATES evening visitor at Minnich's. Otis I)eeder returned to his home S $ Roy Kiser transacted business in Sunday after being hospitalized in Newcastle Wednesday. Gillette hospital with a broken | k per word for each insertion. Minimum charge 25c each m- Opal and Dorothy Oudin, Walter arm. I mzrtion. Payment must accompany order for advertisement. Vore and Cora Smith visited the Mrs. Richard Manke, Mrs. Tom = ................. = .......... _~ Hollis Watsons in Newcastle Elsom, Charlotte Carr and Mrs. NO. i MIMEOGRAPH PAPER, Legal and letter size at The II~kDIO-PHONOGRAPH REPAIRS. Complete Ii~ of parts for all radios, record clumgers. All work guarantee. Gambles, Spearfish, S.D. tin FOR SALE: &ROOM HOUSE with bath in Newcastle. Cash or will trade for part livestock or machinery. Write or see: N. W~ Lincoln, 713 Wood St., New- easfAe., 12d3" FOR THE BEST IN ALL TYPES of insurance - see L. O. Tracy, Sundance. 46tfn FOR SALE: 4-ROOM HOUSE, modern, bath. 1 blocks east of school. Elmer Jensen, Sun- dance. 10-13 America's lowest priced 4-wheel drive I ton truck Willys Oliver " ment & Thursday. Lorey Anderson took a car load of F.F.A. boys to Lander Thursday, returning Friday night. Mrs. Warren Hedger and sons were callers at Anderson's Thurs- day. Mrs, Lorey Anderson is a pa- tient at the Samaritan hospital in Spearfish at this writing. Her many friends are wishing her a speedy recovery. Friends and relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Oudin Sunday evening to help them celebrate their 53rd wedding anniversary and to wish them many more happy anniversaries. Cards and refreshments were en- joyed during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nicholson, Mr. and Mrs. Louverne Nicholson and family and Shirley Anderson were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Barnes and Denny Nicholson. FOR SALE: TRAILER COURT, good location, reasonable. Write or see Amy Brown, Sundance, Wyo. 12-15 - JA =wATER p~mp systenm. Crook County Re- t s'y, t/n. Your SAMOS ZO ble's in Spurflsh for expert SmhL Lyle Griffith attended a meeting of the Inyan Kara Homemakers Club at the home of Mrs. Emory George near Sundance on Wed- nesday. Reynard and Raleigh Mills sheared sheep at the Newell Gar- man's and David Roberts' Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Alven Refiner and Patsye Brown visited the Donald Gose home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Refiner and Jill were Sunday evening visitors, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Erland, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle GriHith and. family, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Deeder; Mr. and Mrs. Art Zimmerschied and family, Mrs. Tom Elsom, Mrs. Richard Manke and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Altaffer and family, Mr. and Mrs. John W'ham, Mrs. Frank Summers and Rev. and Mrs. Spencer attended the Bible Study class at the James Wham and J. P. Wood homes on Friday night. Veteran's News FOR SALE: USED AUTOMATIC Phone 128J Carlile Veterans of the Korean and Bendix washing machine - $75. Belle Fourehe, S.D. ' John Lindsey, Phone AT 3-1232. (March 29) post.Korean conflict period are l losing valuable GI insurance rights[ B ....................... , Mr and Mrs Edward Moeller z,.~ ~ tnxx ~z~ ~,rqo , " " because they are filing applications .......... ~~land Mike were business callers in for special five-year term policies x~aunary ~erv~ee m avauame ln l !" if...l ...... Sundance twice a week; free] [ PRIDE HYBRIDS - [it~ll.lette ~a~raay. . . ~ four months after separation in- Leonaru ttranam returneo home pickup and delivery on Mondays - ~PED--TH-R-OUGH [I .......... stead of within 120 days. zrom me hospital in ~unuance ~ri- and Thursdays. Bear Lodge Hotel ..... RESEAR~ ..... [ [ da fter ..... The law grants only 120 days is pickup station, lffn Thou~n~"-of---ma-w--hours areII y a a siege wim pneumonia, in which to apply for this non- Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wham and convertible term policy without TOWNSHIP PLATS - THE SUN- spent by experienced, trained Mr. and Mrs. James Wham were medical examination. dance Times. fin men in the development of business callers in Spearfish Mow PRIDE hybrids every year. The "One hundred and twenty days," results of this breeding and de- day. VA explained, "can be, and usual- SAVE60 ~, and Mrs. David Roberts and ly is, less than four months. So. velopment program are Pridefamily visited at the Howard Zim- when a Korean or post-Korean Hybrid varieties tailormade for merschied home Tuesday evening, veteran counts on a four-month the farms in this area. There's Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gose visited leeway and thus files his applica- a Pride variety developed spe- at the home of his parents, Mr. tion one, two or three days late, cifically for your farm. Stop in and Mrs. V. O. Gose near Upton on he cannot be granted insurance W th an Oliver and ask about it. Thursday and Friday. under the law. PETERSEN Mr. and Mrs. Chester Clark of Not only must the application Diesel Tractor LUMBER & GRAIN CO. Rapid City were Saturday evening for this special five-year noncon- Available in six sizes Sundance, Wyo. visitors at the Albert Manke home. vertible term policy be filed with Willys Oliver ....... The Manke and Clark families vis- VA within the 120-day period after ' ited at the Errett Haptonstall home separation, but the first premium Miller Creek on Sunday. also must be paid within the same Mr. and Mrs. Lavane Mitchell period. (March 22) were guests at the Mike Erland A longer period of time in which Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carr were home last week. to apply is granted to Korean or Sundance shoppers last Friday. . Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Griffith and post-Korean veterans who are CO Mr. and Mrs. Paul Myers andfamily were Sunday evening sup- found by VA to have service-con- * June were supper guests of the per guests at the Otis Deeder nected disabilities. These veterans Phone l $J Bill Habeeks Wednesday. Roy home. Belle Fourehe, S.D. Kiser was an afternoon caller. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blakeman, Mr.themUStdateapplYvA withinfinds theirne disabilitiesYear from Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Yore and and Mrs. John Blakeman, Mr. and to be service-connected and they Ronnie were Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Kenneth Blakeman and Ran. must pass a medical examination ]JAIL ORDERS FOR PRESCRIP- visitors of the Guy Oisons. dy, Bob, Calvin and Tommy Blake- to show they are otherwise insur. tlons and other needs filled] Mr. and Mrs. Hally Oudin andman and Mr. and Mrs. Edward able except for their service-con. Blakeman and' David Ray were nected disabilities, VA said. promptly at Blue Drug and [Dorothy were Sundance business Sunday visitors at the David Rob- Jewelry, Spearfish, S.D. 37tin visitors Wednesday afternoon, erts home. Moreover, their choice of GI in- Fred Oudin cleared brush with Howard Wham motored to Rapid surance plans is wider. They may INVENTORY SHEETS AT THE his "eat" for Hal Oudin and Rath- City Sunday to visit his wife, Mar- apply for a five-year term policy Times buns during last week. ion, wl~ has been hospitalized or for any of six permanent plans Chesney Rathbun was an after- there. She underwent minor sur- of insurance. IS YOUR CAR,GIVING YOU THE noon caller at the Don Griffis gery Saturday. Even the term policy for these shock treatment due to wheels home Friday. He made the trip Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blakeman disabled veterans is different, VA that wiggle and bounce, that get through mud and bad roads with and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rei-[ said. It is convertible, whereas out of line and wear badly? End a jeep. Jennie Lea returned with mer and Jill, Mr. and Mrs. Neal the term policy for which Korean the shock treatment - get our him for the weekend. Garman and l~ynard Mills were~and post-Korean veterans must precision wheel balancing and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rathbun, dinner guests at the Newell Gar- apply within 120 days after separa- Bear alignment service. Linstad Mrs. Ken Hutchins were in Sun- man home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. tion is non-convertible. However, Alignment & Brake Service, dance, Spearfish and Deadwood Elbert Zimmersehied and fami] all of these policies, whether con- Belle Fourche, S.D. 24fin Friday. Ken Hutchins was a Sun- dance business visitors also. FOR SALE: USED 3-SECTION springtooth harrow; used Inter- national drill; used Internation. al 3-bottem plow. McDonald Im- plement Co., Belle Fourche, S. D. ltl ...... FOR SALE: USED 5-PIECE DI. nette set - $15. Marshall.WellsI Stores, Sundance. It i,,,,, , , , , [ FOR SPRING HOUSECLEANING I see our new Hoover and GE vacuum cleaners. Sundance Elec-i tric. It FOR SALE: SMALL CAFE, FUL-! ly equipped. Call ATlas 3-12~tl.i WANTED: TRASH, GARBAGE, and miscellaneous hauling in Sundance. Call Atlas 3-2653 or see John Stahl, 13-14 m=,,, WANTED: USED BABY JUMPER. Phone 3-~ 13-14 vertible or nonconvertible nonparticipating -- that is, dends may be paid on them. ..| Any VA contact office will ~| glad to assist Korean and P~,~ Korean veterans in applying ~ the GI insurance to which they~ be entitled. [ Twin Beds--- Customer: "I'm looking f gift for an employee of mine is a proud father for the time. What would you Clerk: "How about a nice watch?" "Grandma, what kind of band do you advise me to "My advice is to leave the bands alone and get single man." Eyes Examiaed---Glam OPTOMETRIST ]Phone No. 300 J Over Montgomery Ward Used Farm Implements 1 Used 8N Ford 1 Used Farmall C tor. Reco 1 Used Farmall 1K tor. New tires 1 Used 14.ft. miek Peering Drill 1 Used 15-ft. Disc Harrow 1 Used New Holland ge del 76 Hay Haler 1 Used New Holland del 77 Hay Baler Bargain of the Week o 1 Used 1958 Chevrolet Ton Pickup Good tires. Clean Spearfish Implement Co. Spearfish, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oudin and Will Oudin were ~dinner guests Saturday of Rathbuns. Save on production costs by dealing with us for Chesney and Jennie Lea Rath- bun were Sunday visitors at the GASOLINE FURNACE OIL " LITHIUM GREASES HEAVY DUTY OIL AND BATTERIES DIESEL FUEL TRACTOR FUEL GOODYEAR TIRES III Phone 8-1015 Your Independent 0il Dealer Sundance, W o. \ Ben Nuckolls home in Hulett. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Walters and Harve Habeck were Sunday guests of Bill Habeck's. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Habeck were Saturday visitors. Sunday guests of the Herb Min- nichs were Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hockett and Ada Marie. Mr, and Mrs. C. B. Kennedy of Sheridan were Monday overnite guests of Roy Kiser. Several from this vicinity at- tended the Hulett dance Saturday night, o Ed Thorn spent Sunday at his ranch and visited his father and mother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Johw son. (March 29) Mrs. Herb Minnich was a Sun- danee brininess visitor Monday. Phone