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NEW FOR OLD in Kan- City, Mo., where (above) _ powered by Caterpillar engine crumbles buildings two-ton Lg Wrecker destro buildings in five square blocks. (CNS PHOTO) DALLAS DARLING Jayne Mansfield, (below basks in Hpllywood shine where she is starlet. (UP PHOTO) CATCH was made by (below) of Pana- when two big fish (CNS PHOTO) Hulett Mrs. Bill Bush, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Glen the funeral services Taylor in Sundance Vasey spent the past where her sis- Landrigan is ser- ad Mrs. Ted Wilson return- ed home Tuesday from a trip to Salt Lake City. They will make their home in the Bucher apart- ment until they can build on the ranch east of town. Dick Bush has been having trouble lately with dogs running his calves in the north part of town. Considerable damage has been done and owners of dogs could cooperate by keeping them tied until the calves can be moved. FULL 2-PLOW Allis-Chalmers CA Tractor with Live Power Hydraulic System Wide Front Axle Power-Adjusted Wheels Snap Coupler Delivered on Your Farm for $1740 Plus Sales Tax Rev. Jervis and Malcolm Bucher made a business trip to Bismark, N. D. by plane Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Long drove to Sheridan Wednesday on busi- ness. The Willing Workers held their annual progressive dinner Thurs- day evening with courses served at the homes of Mrs. Lydia Hau- ber, Mrs. Glen Bush and Mrs. Wy- man Ford. Following the dessert a business meeting was held and election of officers. Those elected were: president, Mrs. Malcolm Bucher, vice-president, Mrs. Fred Borne; Secretary, Mrs. John Call- quist and treasurer, Mrs. Lydia Hauber. The May meeting will be held at the church at which time the new officers will be installed. Friday the main street had a face lifting job done on it. All cars were removed from the street and dirt, snow and mud removed. Let's hope it will stay, this way permanently. Mrs. Rosa Wright celebrated her eighty-ninth birthday Friday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jess Storm. She entertained many call- ers during the day and was the recipient of many cards and gifts. It was necessary to take Mrs. Bill Clark back to the hospital in Gillette this week. She has been ill for several months. Mr. Frank Vasey and Mrs. Jack Vasey spent Friday in Deadwood. Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell of Hermosa, S. D. spent the weekend visiting friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Phelps and son of Sundance visited Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nil- son. TtIE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundanee, Wyo. April 21, 1955 Personcl Items Attending the American Legion Spring Conference for District No. 5 in Gillette Sunday were Mrs. E1- friede Schloredt, Mr. and Mrs. Scotty Gladstone, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mathews and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Good. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hawken Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. tIub Finch and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rolf and sons. Mr. and Mrs. George Burgess of Otheo, Colorado arrived Saturday and will make an extended visit with relatives and friends in the Black Hills. Mrs. Burgess is sister of Mrs. Henry Cundy and Mrs. Sam Rice. d As I have sold my ranch, we will sell at Public Auction at the ranch located 12 i miles north of Upton and 16 miles south of Sundance on Sundance-Upton-. high- t way the following described property. I Monday, April 25 SALE STARTS 10:30 A.f. Lunch Served by WSCS Club at Noon 75 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 4 Shorthorn milk cows, 6yrs. old, two should be fresh by sale day; Shorthorn milk cow, 3 yrs. old, milking now; White Shorthorn bull, 2 yrs. old; 20 head Hereford heifers, yearlings; 11 Hereford steers, yearlings; 7 Angus heifers, year lings; 8 Angus steers, yearlings; 5 Shorthorn heifers, yearlings; 4 Shorthorn steers, yearlings; 7 Brahma heifers, yearlings. QUARTER HORSES (Hancock Breeding) ,Palomino mare, Reg. AQHA, 5 yrs. old in foal to Dust Storm; Palomino yearling stud colt, Appendix. Reg. by Dust Storm out of above mare; Sorrel yearling filly colt, out of Don Juan, Reg. - Registered Appendix. CONSIGNED BY RAY BAKER Two-year-old filly by Salty Joe breeding; Bay mare (roping, dogging or barrel racing) 12 yrs. old; Yearling stud colt, by Omega Socks (RL Underwood breeding) Line bred Salty Joe stud, two-year-old sorrel, racing prospect. MACHINERY 1952 Ford tractor, 12 speed trans., about llO0 hrs.; 74t. mower; 2-bottom plow, 14" and breaker bottoms; tiller; Krouse one way; Blade; 8' deep furrow drill. All 6 above pieces Ford attach- ments7, New W-W steel cattle branding chute for right or left side (Brahma size); 1953 New Hol- land baler, like new; Morrflle side delivery rake; 2-section spike tooth harrow; 11/o HP IHG gas engine; 2-wheel trailer with flatbed; IHG 8" feed grinder; Clipper fanning mill, like new;, IHG end gate seeder; Timber Lock combination grain and stock,,fits 1/o ton Chev.; Hudson tank heater, used 4 weeks; pump jack; Power Kraft, 3-4 HP electric motor; 500 chick A. R. Wood LP gas brooder; two sets of harness; steer roper's saddle in A-1 condition; saddle bronc tree in A-1 condition; bob sled; 1 ton Chev. pickup box with fenders; forge, anvil; cycle grinder; 8' stock tank; Montgomery Ward 700 IBS seperator; 1947 Massey larris 2-plow size, Farmall type; 2-bottom plow, 14"; Posthole digger, like new; 400-ga., septic tank; good buggy and driving harness, like new; platform scales; 4 sacks alfalfa seed; 50 posts. TWO BRANDS LH LH AND IRONS HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1948 7-cu. foot Frigidaire; Hardwick apt. size LIP gas, 4 burner range; Montgomery Ward coal and wood range; living oem set; GE washing machine; coal and wood heater; several bedl and mattresses. llll I l II I I TERMS - -- - -- - CASH Other Articles Too Numerousto Mention b WALTER L. CHAPMAN Owner t P McDONALD IMPLEMENT CO. I Y ]tlle FOUrche South" Dakota l a . Dick ]Wader & Fred Perino, Auctioneers Union St.te Bank, Clerk NEW FOR OLD in Kan- City, Mo., where (above) _ powered by Caterpillar engine crumbles buildings two-ton Lg Wrecker destro buildings in five square blocks. (CNS PHOTO) DALLAS DARLING Jayne Mansfield, (below basks in Hpllywood shine where she is starlet. (UP PHOTO) CATCH was made by (below) of Pana- when two big fish (CNS PHOTO) Hulett Mrs. Bill Bush, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Glen the funeral services Taylor in Sundance Vasey spent the past where her sis- Landrigan is ser- ad Mrs. Ted Wilson return- ed home Tuesday from a trip to Salt Lake City. They will make their home in the Bucher apart- ment until they can build on the ranch east of town. Dick Bush has been having trouble lately with dogs running his calves in the north part of town. Considerable damage has been done and owners of dogs could cooperate by keeping them tied until the calves can be moved. FULL 2-PLOW Allis-Chalmers CA Tractor with Live Power Hydraulic System Wide Front Axle Power-Adjusted Wheels Snap Coupler Delivered on Your Farm for $1740 Plus Sales Tax Rev. Jervis and Malcolm Bucher made a business trip to Bismark, N. D. by plane Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Long drove to Sheridan Wednesday on busi- ness. The Willing Workers held their annual progressive dinner Thurs- day evening with courses served at the homes of Mrs. Lydia Hau- ber, Mrs. Glen Bush and Mrs. Wy- man Ford. Following the dessert a business meeting was held and election of officers. Those elected were: president, Mrs. Malcolm Bucher, vice-president, Mrs. Fred Borne; Secretary, Mrs. John Call- quist and treasurer, Mrs. Lydia Hauber. The May meeting will be held at the church at which time the new officers will be installed. Friday the main street had a face lifting job done on it. All cars were removed from the street and dirt, snow and mud removed. Let's hope it will stay, this way permanently. Mrs. Rosa Wright celebrated her eighty-ninth birthday Friday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jess Storm. She entertained many call- ers during the day and was the recipient of many cards and gifts. It was necessary to take Mrs. Bill Clark back to the hospital in Gillette this week. She has been ill for several months. Mr. Frank Vasey and Mrs. Jack Vasey spent Friday in Deadwood. Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell of Hermosa, S. D. spent the weekend visiting friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Phelps and son of Sundance visited Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nil- son. TtIE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundanee, Wyo. April 21, 1955 Personcl Items Attending the American Legion Spring Conference for District No. 5 in Gillette Sunday were Mrs. E1- friede Schloredt, Mr. and Mrs. Scotty Gladstone, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Mathews and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Good. Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hawken Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. tIub Finch and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Rolf and sons. Mr. and Mrs. George Burgess of Otheo, Colorado arrived Saturday and will make an extended visit with relatives and friends in the Black Hills. Mrs. Burgess is sister of Mrs. Henry Cundy and Mrs. Sam Rice. d As I have sold my ranch, we will sell at Public Auction at the ranch located 12 i miles north of Upton and 16 miles south of Sundance on Sundance-Upton-. high- t way the following described property. I Monday, April 25 SALE STARTS 10:30 A.f. Lunch Served by WSCS Club at Noon 75 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 4 Shorthorn milk cows, 6yrs. old, two should be fresh by sale day; Shorthorn milk cow, 3 yrs. old, milking now; White Shorthorn bull, 2 yrs. old; 20 head Hereford heifers, yearlings; 11 Hereford steers, yearlings; 7 Angus heifers, year lings; 8 Angus steers, yearlings; 5 Shorthorn heifers, yearlings; 4 Shorthorn steers, yearlings; 7 Brahma heifers, yearlings. QUARTER HORSES (Hancock Breeding) ,Palomino mare, Reg. AQHA, 5 yrs. old in foal to Dust Storm; Palomino yearling stud colt, Appendix. Reg. by Dust Storm out of above mare; Sorrel yearling filly colt, out of Don Juan, Reg. - Registered Appendix. CONSIGNED BY RAY BAKER Two-year-old filly by Salty Joe breeding; Bay mare (roping, dogging or barrel racing) 12 yrs. old; Yearling stud colt, by Omega Socks (RL Underwood breeding) Line bred Salty Joe stud, two-year-old sorrel, racing prospect. MACHINERY 1952 Ford tractor, 12 speed trans., about llO0 hrs.; 74t. mower; 2-bottom plow, 14" and breaker bottoms; tiller; Krouse one way; Blade; 8' deep furrow drill. All 6 above pieces Ford attach- ments7, New W-W steel cattle branding chute for right or left side (Brahma size); 1953 New Hol- land baler, like new; Morrflle side delivery rake; 2-section spike tooth harrow; 11/o HP IHG gas engine; 2-wheel trailer with flatbed; IHG 8" feed grinder; Clipper fanning mill, like new;, IHG end gate seeder; Timber Lock combination grain and stock,,fits 1/o ton Chev.; Hudson tank heater, used 4 weeks; pump jack; Power Kraft, 3-4 HP electric motor; 500 chick A. R. Wood LP gas brooder; two sets of harness; steer roper's saddle in A-1 condition; saddle bronc tree in A-1 condition; bob sled; 1 ton Chev. pickup box with fenders; forge, anvil; cycle grinder; 8' stock tank; Montgomery Ward 700 IBS seperator; 1947 Massey larris 2-plow size, Farmall type; 2-bottom plow, 14"; Posthole digger, like new; 400-ga., septic tank; good buggy and driving harness, like new; platform scales; 4 sacks alfalfa seed; 50 posts. TWO BRANDS LH LH AND IRONS HOUSEHOLD GOODS 1948 7-cu. foot Frigidaire; Hardwick apt. size LIP gas, 4 burner range; Montgomery Ward coal and wood range; living oem set; GE washing machine; coal and wood heater; several bedl and mattresses. llll I l II I I TERMS - -- - -- - CASH Other Articles Too Numerousto Mention b WALTER L. CHAPMAN Owner t P McDONALD IMPLEMENT CO. I Y ]tlle FOUrche South" Dakota l a . Dick ]Wader & Fred Perino, Auctioneers Union St.te Bank, Clerk