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@ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES: ~ per word for each ir~-'Uon. Minimum cl~ge 25e each in- sertion. Payment must accompany order for advertisement. N i I NCOME TAX AND BOOKKEEP- ing work. Frank Cubbison, Sun- dance, Telephone 66R2. ltfn ART PAP~MANY COLORS, kl~ 50c a package, The Times. INVENTORY SHEETS AT THE Times FOR A DUSTI~SS SWEEI~NG job, use Luster-Shene wax or oil base sweeping compound.Small Homes Co. fin. AUTHORIZED S E R V'E L GAS refrigerator- sales and service. Crook County Refinery. tin NO. I MDIIF, I~R.~H' PAPER, Legal and letter size at The Times. iml FIVE HOUSES FOR SALE - 4 IN South Sundance, one in main Sundance. 3 cabins for sale cheap, in South Sundance. Wy- oming Lands - Edwin Pounds Realtor. fin. FOR SALE: C()SSACK ALFALFA seed. Emory George, Sundance. 17-20. PARAKEETS FOR SALE-YOUNG birds, males, females, variety of colors, $9.75 each. Jack New- man, Elk Horn Cute, Sundance. 16fin. WAITRF~S WANTED AT RAY'S Care, Stmdance. 13tin. J~ A-1 Used Trucks 1953 Ford 2 Ton Big Six engine, S-speed axle, 8:25 rear tires, less than 6,000 actual miles, a real saving. I FISHING " SEASON SPECIALS Fishing season is now open and we have a good stock of ears ideal for going fish- ing. Stop in and look them over. Take Your Pick of these SPRING BUYS in TRACTORS / MINNEAPOLIS. MOLINE, MODEL Z Like New $1470 OLIVER 60 STANDARD Late Model, Extra Good Shape $475 FORD TRACTOR New Motor $890 Christie Motors. Spearfish, S. D. OLIVER 60 ROW CROP New Paint, Top Mechanical ~ Condition $450 L FOR SALE "A" 1947 Buick Sedan ~r 1941 Ford Sedan ~- 1989 Plymouth Sedan LARRY ENDRES Sundance, Wyo. NOTICE: TAILORING, DRESS- making, altering, remodeling, what have you. Excellent work- manship, price fair. Jeanette Cook at the Second Hand Stere, Sundance. 43tin WANTED: BOARDERS Mrs. Ralph Cook, The Second Hand Store. Sundance. 13tfn. o/m u m,. mP. ~ ~ other neods flll~ll ~!~ at Blue Or~g and amwe~/;~urftsh. 8. D. S?ttn ': ~:~ gas range, visual . ~ White poreelaln. Phone i X~ Su~_an~. 17-18 Farm Equipment and Supply Co. Oliver - Kaiser- Wlllys Belle Fourche, S. D. 8RING YOUR RADIOS TO GAM- bl~'s in Spearfish for expert see, v/re" 29fin. RADIO.PHONOGRAPH. REPAIRS. Complete line of parts for all radios, record changers. An work guaranteed. Gambles, Spearfish, S.D. tin FOR SALE ~ JACUZZI WATER pump systems. Crook County Re- finery, tin. RANCH LOANS: LONG TERM, estate low interest rate real mortgages. Drisooll.Hauson, lnc., Rapid City, S.D. 41fin. FOR SALE: 20 HEAD OF GOOD registered Hereford bulls 18 to 26 months old. Domino Lad C 14th breeding. Priced to sell. Walter C. Taylor and Sons, 9 miles southeast Rapid City, S. D. city Airport road, Phone 46R3. 18-20. ,,. 0 FOR SALE: THREE REGISTER- ed bulls, two yearlings, one two- year-old. Phone 10Fll, Marshall Nussbaum, Sundance. lt* LITTLE CHICK BROODERS-ONE three or four lights. Sundance Electric. It GOOD RAWLEIGH .LOCALITY available of 1500 families. No experience needed to start. Large sales mean good profits. Per. manenL Full time. Write Raw- leigh's, Dept. WYE-53-104, Den- ver, Colo. FOR SALE: McCULLOCH CHAIN saw, used 30 days. Roger Snider, Sundance. 18-19" MIDA SEED WHEAT FOR SALE. E. O. Kester, Hulett, Wyo. It* FOR SALE: CODY OATS, FEE- bar high protein barley, Siberian hay millet, early corn. Bober Seed House, Newcll, S.D. 18-21. LOST: HEXAGON LEATHEII"- tooled pouch shaped purse let- tered V.M.N. Reward for return to Mrs. Marshall Nussbaum. lt* FOR SALE: ONE 1952 MM ';ZA'; tractor with uni-matic and live pump, used very little. Several late model Ford tractors. Mat- kins Motors, Sturgis, S. D. 18-19 Jervis and Rev. Burton, former Htdett pastor, appeared on the pro- gram. Mrs. Robert Steckman was installed as Associational vice-pres- ident of the Missions and Mrs. Lewis Clark was appointed Assoc- iational White Cross Chairman. Mrs. Lydia Hauber also attended the meeting. Mrs. Tom Durham and Mrs. Frank Fowlkes spent a couple of days in Gillette the past week. Fred Sutton went to Sundance Friday to visit the Gaylen Sutton family before returning to Sand Draw, Wyo. May 7th is the annual Music Festival with the local and rural schools participating. The Band Mo~ers will serve dinner and supper. Cindy Bush the year old daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bush has Ibeen seriously ill at the hospital !in Belle Fourche over the week- end. The Senior Class held Sneak day Friday by going to Denver to at- i tend the Ice Capades and visit the museum and mint, Three cars took about thirteen students and were Nero Roundup By Lydia Borne An error was made last week in listing the cast of the play given the school. The name Holmes should" have read Baker, who did exceptionally well in her performance. John Mahoney was hospitalized a couple of days the first of the week in Belle Fourche. May llth is the date set for the city election for Mayor and two councilmen. Four representatives from the local Baptist church attended the Central Association of the Womeus Baptist Mission Society in Lusk, Wyo. on Tuesday. Mrs. Clifford N. Ellis Mattox, M.D. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Office Hours. 1O am. 4 pm 6531/s Main Street Deadwood, S. D. MONUMENTS AND. MARKERS" for ,Memorial Day and for generations to come AT YOUR RELIABLE DEALER Serving you, your families and friends for over 50 years. Duehene's DEADWOOD GRANITE AND MARBLE WORKS Deadwood, S. D. WE ARE ALWAYS HERE THE SUNDANCE Stmd~nce, Wyo. accompanied by Mr. Buescher and Miss Jane and returned home ning. There are Senior class this year. The Junior-Senior held Wednesday evening high school with the room decorated to represent Planetary idea. Space planes and rocket shiPS bring out the theme. more girls who served quet were appropriately in costume. A three was served and Jim as toastmaster. given by Patsy Brimmer, Storm, Bob Stewart, Mr. Mr. McRann and Mr. House guests of Mr. ~i Glen Roberts this week Leon White and Mrs. A~e' and son of Gillette. For Those Tender 8rooked Hams and Baeon ~'l~g your ROP ~0 BRODSKY Packing C~ For Proeessts~ 8pearflab, 8. ~. W. F. Newiand Established lU5 James L Founder Manager Registered Hereford Bull Calves GOOD CATTLE REASONABLY NEWLAND & 80N COLONY, WYOMING One Drive Proves It~ New INTERNATIONAL ONE ,.HUNDRED Newest, easiest-to-drive pickup lowest-priced field The One Hundre~ is a new low