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CI SSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES: | k per word for each insertion. Minimum charge ~ each m- I sertlon. Payment must accompany order for advertisement. NO. 1 MIMEOGRAPH PAPER, Legal and letter size at The Times. RADIO-PHONOGRAPH REPAIRS. Complete line of parts for all radios, record changers. All work guaranteed. Gambles, Spearfish, & D. tfn fOR SALE -- JACUZZI WATER pump systems. Crook County Re- finery, fin. ~RING YOUR RADIOS TO GAMe ble's in Spearfish for expert vice. 29t FOR SALE: USED AUTOMATIC Bendix washing, machine'- $75. John Ltndsey, Phone AT 3-1232. BILL'S DRY CLEANING AND Laundry Service is available in Sundance twice a week; free pickup and delivery on Mondays and Thursdays. Bear Lodge Hotel is pickup station, ltfn TOWNSHIP PLATS - THE SUN- dance Times. fin MAIL ORDERS FOR PRESCRIP- tions and ether needs filled promptly at Blue Drug and Jewelry, Spearfish, S.D. 37tfn Used Farm Implements I Used 1951 Farmall Tractor, Like New 1 Used John Deere A Tractor 1 Used 8N Ford Tractor 1 Used New Holland 77 Hay Baler 1 Used New Holland 76 Hay Baler 1 Used Model 45 McCormick Hay Baler 1 Used 14-Ft. Grain Drill 1 Used 3.Furrow 14-In. Plow SPECIAL BARGAIN 1 Used 1952 Chevrolet Pickup Spearfish Implement Co. Spearfish Phone 189 FOR SALE: 100 HEAD GOOD heavy wooled ewes; ages - 2, 3 and 4; with lambs; ready to go on grass. Priced for quick sale. Will sell any number or all. Kiuack Bros., Lower Spearfish Valley, S.D. 17-18 ....... Acco ioN, Series E Suvings FOR THE BEST IN ALL TYPES of insurance - see L. O. Tracy, Sundance. ~ 46tfn IS YOUR CAR GIVING YOU THE shock treatment due to wheels that wiggle and bounce, that get out of line and wear badly? End the shock treatment - get our precision wheel balancing and Bear alignment service. Linstad Alignment & Brake Service, Belle Fourche, S.D. 24t~ FOR SALE: GOOD QUALITY Bliss Triumph seed and eating potatoes. Reasonably priced. Kissack Bros., Lower Spearfish Valley, S.D. 17-18 FOR SALE: IH DEEP FREEZE, 11.5 cu. ft.; garden tools, lawn mower, record player;, miscellan- eous items. Call 3-2325 after 5 on rubber;International Harvest- er mounted corn planter, like new; new fertilizer attachment. E. Platt Witcher Estate, Helen Witcher, Administratrix, Alad- din, Wyo. 18-21 WI~ P-~CCK UP CLEANING'~T Devils Tower Store (formerly Greniers), Art Morgan's Service Station, Hulett; at Fleming's Grocery, Alva; Aladdin Store- Mondays and Thursdays. Bill's Dry Cleaning and Laundry serv- ice. Elmer Jensen 18-21 Lt. Calvin He|de Starts Marine Flight Training Lt. Calvin Hejde, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hejde, has completed his pre-flight training at the Pen- sacola, Fla. Navy air base. Hejde is with the Marine Corps. He was scheduled to start flying last Thursday. Oil men find about one cubic foot of natural gas for every cubic foot delivered to consumers. to the We're Pleased to A product that has become an indispensable part of the American scene observed its 15th anniversary May 1. In 15 short years, the Series E Savings Bond has become a permanent part of the nation. Walter Tracy, chairman-of the Crook County Savings Bond com- mittee, said, "Many of these E bonds purchased through the war years are now sending children through school, making down pay-I ments on our dream homes or pro-i viding additional income for those in retirement. "At the time we bought them, we probably felt we were helping to win the war through our bond purchases. Now we realize that we ourselves are the real bene- ficiaries." THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. May 3, 1956 Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chatfield were Monday evening callers at Lorey Anderson's and Don Grubb's. Mrs. Emma Lou Barnes was an honored guest at a pink and blue shower at the Anderson home Wed- nesday afternoon with Mildred An- derson and Cora Smith co-hostess- es. Appropriate games were play- ed, gift parcels opened and a lunch of pineapple short cake and coffee was served. Invited guests in- cluded Erma Nicholson, Florence Hutchins, Mac Rathbun, Jessie Pearson, Olive Long, Leora Myers, Phillis Habeck, Mrs. Lebo, Clara Owens, Dixie Dickson, Jennie Lea! Rathbun, Opal Oudin, Margaret Thorn, Clara Haptonstall, Marie Minnich, Evelyn Mills, Crystall Rathbun, Evelyn Edmonds, Cleo Bear and Betty Nicholson. Mr. and Mrs. James Culbertson and family of Missouri arrived Thursday to visit the Paul Myers and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thorn were Local S. D. College Studenl Industrial Tour Jerry Trego, son of Mrs. M. O. Trego of among the 26 members of a S printers organization at ,,;oU kota State College who left nesday for the club's ~ I dustrial tour of Chicago. The members of the Club will return from the May 6 after visiting panics and plants of tries. Companies to be visited students include the R. R. Donnelley and Sons, kins Printing Rand-McNally and Co. Typography Co. Accompanying the group Don Maxwell, instructor iS ing, and Mrs. Maxwell. NOTICE OF TIME FOR ,PROVING An instrument the Last Will and Burley J. Ankeney filed in the District Crook County, Wyoming, with Petition of'Minnie M. to be appointed as thereof and that the said admitted to probate. Now, therefore, notice given that hearing Petition will be had Judge of the District Court, Courtroom, in the Sundance, Crook CountY, ming, at the hour of in the forenoon on the of May, 1956, at which Roy Kiser was in Sundance Sat- persons interested may Mrs. Ken Hutchins, Allie Hutch- urday having repair work done. be heard and contest the ins, Mrs. Roger Rathbun and Mel- Mr. and Mrs. Lorey Anderson they so desire. 0fI ody were Tuesday morning callers and Shirley were Tuesday after- Dated on this 3rcl day of Opal Oudin and Dorothy. noon visitors of the Herb Finchs Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rathbun in their new home near Upton.1956. and Melody and Mac Rathbun were Guy, Cleo and Forrest Olson via- Marion Cure, ~,~ Tuesday evening callers at Ha- ited their brother, Clyde, Sunday, (SEAL)Clerk District Cotv" beck's, as were Mr. and Mrs. J. D. who was hospitalized at John Burns Carr Wednesday evening, hospital in Belle Fourche. We Jones & Dumbrill, Attorney} Louverne Nicholson helped with wish him a very speedy recovery. May 3-10-17-24 ranch work at the Nicholson ranch, returning to his home Wed- nesday night. Roger Rathbun made a trip to Belle Fourche for repairs Tuesday. Fred Oudin completed a large dam at Rathbun's last week. Rodney Lebo and F. Owens were ranch. Wednesday callers at the Rathbun Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Minnich consulted Dr. Logan in Belle orh yw I}tY both are much improved. Chesney Rathbun attended the Sundance Farm Bureau meeting Monday night and Farm Bureau meetings at Hulett, New Haven and Alva Tuesday evening. Of the Northeastern Wyoming Hereford Association Security Trust & R 4c Boxed Candy Jewelry Purses Billfolds Black Hills Gold Jewelry Cosmetic Sets "k Stationery "k Perfume Remember Mother's Day, MaY 13, See Our Fine Gift SelectionS' q Y I