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Fuchsias and potting fuchsias is 75% coarse builders 10 percent leaf a~ pinch of bone cuttings clay pots that in water a r. When them damp, baskets need day; during they may day. Af first in sunny outdoors in grow, keep chias like warm days and cool nights. Winter the plant in a 40 degree basement. Water once a month to keep the old wood from drying out. Bring them into sunlight indoors in February. Tuberours Begonias Are Among the Showiest Flowers For best flower produc- tion, tubers should be thick and fresh showing the pink buds on the top. Start indoors February through April. Use any good medium that drains well, cover one half inch. Water with great care. Maintain moisture, not soggy wetness. Place in strong light, not direct sun. a broad base After the first two leaves Then allow are developed, transplant to grow and produce ~rays. Further 4 or 5 inch pot. Give plant la~ hold back food all thru the blooming period. Overwatering is the most full bloom, start half liquid or so- every 2 hanging ten days be- irrigation blooming, the seed out of rays Fus- common mistake people make with Begonias. Al- though don't let the soil become dry. At seasons end withhold water, let die back, and discard stems. Leave tubers potted, and keep soil barley moist during dor- macy. So long for now. Fie Hutchins S questions pertaining to our operation, please call me at the Center on any week day, Monday thru Friday, 9:00 to 5:00 or contact any active member. We at the Center are saddened by the passing of Penn Smith. The family has the sympathy of us all, knowing he will be missed by many. Sp~ial happenings here during the past week includ- ed a 6:30 dinner served to the Sundance Lions Club on the 7th, and a carry-in noon luncheon hosted at the Cen- ter for the family and friends, preceding the fun- eral of Penn Smith. Pre- paration and arrangement was done by the Senior ladies, and friends of the family. The many nice covereddishes of food broughtor sent inwere sincerely appreciated. The Center Van took a load out to the Tower cemetery after- ward to attend graveside rites. Agnes Fraser kept a doctor appointment in Rapid City on Thursday, and we under- stand received an agreeable report. This we like to hear. If you can get appoint- ments referred on those dates, be sure to call. Gotta go7 ] See ya next week. Bye! Mary Bmmey April 8, 1977 On March 28th & 29th we had an old fashioned blizzard which left us with about three feet Of snow. It didn't get too cold. Most of the ranchers are calving, but no report of very much loss. Most of the moisture has gone into the ground as it didn't warm up to fast. The County Read Crew were busy last week-end trying to get the roads plow- ed out. They worked all day WAGGIN'S" ' activities of the seems that we month of April as busy as P~ore and more community are of the fac- to offer and which we It has. although we almost every we of to tell our BY.R~MEDON B|RRIGAN & J,~AS~,RAF T~19760 of the area who are our oper- we are doing residents of the having Illlllllllll~ __=- = of the j ZEPHYR V-12 SHE %~./AS A LUXU~IOLL~ LADY FOR THF LATE DEPRES- SION MARKE AND ONLY 2514- WERE BUILT. 3"TANDARD WERE ~ V-1Z ENGINE, 3-SPEED STICK, HY- DRALILIC BRAKES, REAR FENbER. SKIRTS, OIL LEVEL GAUGE, AND 2 EACH OF GLOVE BOXF__.% CIGAR UGHTER,~, AND ASH TRAY& "OF" COURSE" OPTION..~ INCLL/bED ~ COLUMBIA OVFRDI~IVE, RADIO, HEATEla, WHITEWALL3, LEATHER INTERIOR, 0UTGIDE MIRRORS, AND FOG LIGHTS. AN UNI:'OP~LL-TTAI3LE STYLING CLINCHED HER CLA~IC ,S'TATLJS .... MORE. THAN ~ YEAP,3 AGO. submit a ----SPECIFICATIONS $ ENGIN_E- L-Hr::AD V.lg, 2.6Z3 CLI.IN, 1 IO BHP. appl~ !- ~ LEI~3TH-196~ .... WlffrH-'?'4~ blEIGffr-63.~;' ~IGHT- 3Ac)o.. resume' _---- PRFORMaJqCEI 0-.,N:) HPH IN 9.9 SEC, TOP ...SPEED 9b MPH. and-------- AVERAGE FUEL HI~.EAGE (OVL:P.DRIVE)-~) N.P.G. -- VALUE t 1939 PRICE @t,320~ TODAY (NINT} ,~6,OOO+. OIANT II"x 17" FRAMABLi C0Pl|$! SEND $2 EACH TO: for ~3z GRJAT CARL BOX ]242, N. HOLLYW00D, CA 91604 II aeleeted form BILL'S STANDARD SERVICE = Ph. 283-2465 Sundance mail - Beulah- BLAKEMAN'S SALE & SERVICE of the -= Ph. 283-1770 Sundance IIIIIIIIIII GENE'S AUTO PARTS Ph. 283-1941 Sundance and far into the nights. Joe Svoboda, Sonny Christroffersen and Wilfred Belle Fourche this morning Bunney went to a specialto bowl. They couldn't go Mason meeting in Hulett last Thursday as the roads Saturday night, were blocked. Clifford and Sue Svoboda, Annie Fish,Annie Fish and Larry and and Sue Christroffersen vis- Wflfreda Fowlkes went to ited Wilfreda Fowlkes Satur Hulett Tuesday night to day night, square dance. Mr. and Mrs. Joe SvobodaMr. and Mrs. Joe Svoboda were Sunday night supperwere in Sundance Tuesday guest at the Sonny Chris- and Wednesday.'Joe at- troffersen home. After sup- tending County Commis- per callers were Clifford and sioners meeting. Mr. and Annie Fish. Mrs. Joe Svoboda and Sue Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Dris-Christroffersen went to Sun- kill, Mr. and Mrs. Tom dance Thursday night to Huckins and Tommy spent attend Friendship night of Sunday at the Kay Driskill the Eastern Stars. home. Annie Fish, Sue Christmf- fersen and Wilfreda Fowlkes shopped in Belle Fourche L RD 0FIHAIIK.rJ Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ericsson went to Belle Fot~'che Satur- day. They brought YvonneCARD OF THANKS Ericsson home with them.Thanks to all who sent Yvonne had gone into Belle their best wishes, cards, Fourche before the stormflowers, plants, and made and couldn't get home. phone calls and visits to me Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred in the hospital. Also thanks Bunney took Mrs. Rennie to the nurses and Dr. Gattis Graf to the doctor in Spear- for caring for me and to my fish Monday. Mrs. Graf family for their many trips stayed in Belle Fourche from and for caring for me while I Monday - Thursday with was convalescing. Lloyd and Peggy Graf. Blessings to all -- Mrs. Jerry Fish and Wil- Cleo A. Blakeman f~da Fowlkes went into APRIL 14, 1977 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 13 CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank Dr. Mead, Dr. Brown, and the nurses who took such good care of me while I was in l~okout Memorial Hospital in Spearfish. I wish to thank Dr. Bltmck and the nurses in Regional East Hospital in Rapid City, S.D., for their good care. I want to thank "each of you for your beautiful cards, letters, telephone calls and the beautiful flowers I received. They are all greatly appreciated and your concern is very much appre- ciated. Thanks to each and every- one. Mamie Stoddard Toll-free telephone lines to regional offices for benefits' assistance is available to about 90 per cent of the nation's veterans, according to the Veterans Administra- tion. TIMES CLASSIFIEDS Gem Resnits If you'd bclonged to The ('lub. it would have. Foronly $3 a month, automatically deducted [mm your check- Jllg acCOUllt, you could have checked all o~ the dbove. loin The Club . , . be[ore your m'xt paycheck takes o[[. Piek jouP when yo CB mik u oin The Club. The All Around Bank With Western Hospitality We pay DAI LY I NTEREST on Savings Accounts an o ieial Federal Depos ito ry.