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THE SUNDANCE Sundanee, Wyo. May ................... i :: -cLASsIFIED ADvERTIsING RATEs: per word for each ~ertion. Minimum charge 25c each in- sertion. Payment must accompany order for advertisement. NO. I MIMEOGRAPH PAPER, FOR SALE: GOOD QUALITY Legal and letter size at The Times. MAIL ORDERS FOI~ PRESCRIP- flabs and other needs filled promptly at Blue Drug and Jewelry, Spearfish, S.D. 37tin erd spent the weekend in Belle Fourche. Mrs. Elizabeth Hauber and Maurice called at the Henry Pickerd home Friday afternoon. Frankie Pearson took his tractor to the Jordon repair shop on Thurs- day. Frankie called at the Voss home on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Helmer and Bliss Triumph seed potatoes; Ed, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Heetland grown from certified seed; $2.25 and Carolyn had dinner at the A1- per hundred. Also eating po- fred tIutchinson home. They cele- taloes reasonably priced. Kissack brated Elmer's and Alfred's birth- Brothers, Spearfish Valley, S. D. days. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hutchin- 21-22 son are spending a few days in with the average price week more than 400 calves at a price average of weight average of 403 lbs with the average price $16.32. outgo of calves a year Around 200 stock calves sold to around 390 head, the countrymen during the week. weight 434 lbs. and the These averaged 453 lbs. in weight price $18.67. W A N T E D: SALESLADY OR Rawlins, Wyo. with their daughter , salesman to sell McNess Pro- Roberta. She had an operationfor all good drivers to have their anti' ducts part or full time. Big last Thursday. profits. No experience needed. There were 25 out to Sundayfreeze taken out and their ear's cooling Will teach and finance you. School. Mrs. Heetland gave an sy.st m flushed and Checked for summeZ Write today. McNess Co., 120 object lesson. There will be no? No.E" Clarkl0 pulISt" Freeport, Ill. withlt*oneSUndaYis invitedSCh0l neXtto attendSUndaY'theEverY'4-H drlvmg.The " of radiator" corel Rural Life Sunday program at the type complete DeVils Tower at 10 o'clock the 26th. price new hydraulics and engine, - $350; Bring a picnic lunch for noon. Clipper seed cleaner-$15; grain Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Nickeison has been reduced from last year. blower with V4 Wisconsin en- and "family spent the weekend at gine- $300. Red Ranch, Beulah, the Ralph Nickelson home. Chuck Wyo 21-26 Brown and Kenny Nickelson from ~-~ ~ ~ the airbase in Rapid City also in my home in daytime. Phone spent the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pearson, WE HAVE WALLPAPER IN 3-2685, Mrs. Harry Watson. 21-22 Mrs. Rebecca Davis and Mr. and your choice of price or pattern. Phone U Ainsworth's, Spearfish, S. D. 15 Mrs. Frankie Pearson and Margar- tfn. et went to Baccalaureate services in Bell Fourche Sunday evening. Chuck Pearson spent the night LOGAN'SDRY CLEANING AND (May 23) with Bill Whalen. LaundrY Service . Hats cleaned and blocked, alterations made The John Whalen family spent on all clothing that needs it. Tuesday evening at the Pat King Pickup on Mondays and Zhurs- home. Tom Christopherson had Stocker and Feeder days. 50tfn supper at Whalen's Friday. John REPAIR IN HONE OR IN SHOP All Parts and Work GUARANTEED ]86 W. Hudson Phone 88 Whalen hauled mail for Ben Miller Summary on Monday and Wednesday. Ben -- / returned home Wednesday after- Week Ending Thursday, May 16 noon. His brother is better. Whalens branded on Friday. Frank Slightly more than 3,000 stocker and Charlie Pearson, Kay Dungey, and feeder cattle and calves moved Bud Voss and Butch, Francis from the Sioux City stockyards dur- Hejde and Larry Ross helped. Mrs. ing the week ended Thursday, May Nina Hardy returned to her home 16, at prices 50c to $1.00 above last in Belle Fourche on Monday. Flora week and sharply over prices cur- Miller called at Whalen's Satur- rent a year ago.. Included in the day morning. The Mille family outgo were around 1400 stock visited at the Coon Ellsbury home steers scaling over 500 lbs. which Friday evening. They spent Wed- averaged 761 lbs. and sold at an nesday evening at the Cal Wheeler average price of $20.14. In the home. Mrs. Miller and sons went same period last week 1425 steers after Claudette at the Latchstring sold to farmers and feeders with Inn Sunday evening. Flora Miller the average price $19.59 per cwt. GLASS: WE SELL IT, INSTALL and Annpbelle Ellsbury helped and the Average weight 729 lbs. it, or both. Ainsworth's, Spear- serve at the banquet in Sund'ance A year earlier around 1475 head fish, S.D. 15tfn Saturday night, of steers were consigned to farms WANTED: FEEDER - CATTLE It rained most of the week so and feedlots at an average price of news is scarce. Over two inches $18.29 and the weight average 682 for fall delivery. Get more men- fell since Sunday. lbs. ey tOT your cattle selling direct Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wyman More than 800 head of stock to the feeder. Let me know what Sr. have moved to the old Finn heifers were purchased by farmers you will have so I can see them place east "of Aladdin. and feeders during the week. The before the buying season startS. Irma Dungey, Clara Ripley and average weight was 611 lhs. and J. B. Driskill, Ph. 223, Spearfish, Mrs. Brown and Claudice Pearson the average price $19.06. Last week S.D. 16tfn finished the extension course in slightly more than 600 heifers L Belle Fourche Wednesday night, were included in the outgo which BEAR LODGE WOOD PRO- Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hejde are in averaged 594 lbs. and cost an ave- duets, Sundance, Wyo. We Denver where Jay is going through rage of $18.41. In the same period build truck bodies, kitchen cab- a medical clinic. tneLs, utility cabinets, custom The Bud Voss family visited at last year only around 300 heifers built windows. Dealers for Mid. the Dick Ryan home Friday eve- were tallied and weighed 574 lbs. western Homes. Dinkins and Tschetter, 1 mile east of Suv ning. Mrs. Voss, Sharon and Dan dance" on Highway 585. Fred and Mrs. Smith and Kenneth re- Q Tschetter, Ph. AT 3-2652, O. C. turned from Nebraska on Monday. Dtnkins, Ph. AT 3-1804. 50tfn Gale Ludwig and Jim Morris spent Tuesday evening at the ~'OR SALE: JACUZZI WATEI~ Charles and Frankie Pearson home. pump systems. Big D Oil Co. There was to be a Soil Conserva- o tfn tion meeting but due to the rain no one else came. Margaret Pear- CESSPOOL PUMPING: CA LL son visited Whalen's Saturday af- Bill Howard, Gillette, Wyo. ternoon. Phone 393-J, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dorothy Pearson and Mary Pick- and 296-W after 5 p.m. tlffn ......... FOR SALE: RAINCHIEF IRRI. gating system $1500 below cost or $2000 less than new one to. day; 660 ft. 4-in. pipe, 638 ft. 5-in. pipe, 600 ft. 6-in. pipe, 32 sprinklers, 5-in. pump with Chry- sler motor, used one year, system like new. George Pavlovich, Rockypoint, Wyo. 19-21" v FOR SALE: NEW 5-ROOM HOUSE in ~nd~nce, full basement hard. wood floors, very good location. Write Box 222, Sundance, Wyo. 19-23 u WOMEN 18-55, to address and mail our circulars at home on com- mission. Write GIFT FAIR, (Dept. 8), Springfield, Pa. 20-22* Dr. J. G. Betts OsteopIth - Physician I i ii Spearfish, S. B. Eyes Examined--Glasses Fitted DR. T. !t,. ]PROCTOR OPTOMETRIST Phone No. 300 J ,Deadwood Over Montgomery Ward Store DR, KEITH LOGAN t (~HIROPRACTOR Bolles Building Phone 555 Belle Fourche, S. D. Spearfish, S. P: All owners of household traileO should have them licensed not later than "It's take-it-easy time, neighbor time, that is!'" smoothest of fine Kentuck bourbons... good and golden in sour glass and rich as a prospector's dream! FOR S ALE: YOUNG PARA- keels, in training, all colors; $5.00; Some canaries, 1957 hatch. Mrs. Jocye A. Junek, 914 St. Joe, Spearfish, S.D. II q Cheerful as i# Name/ THE OLD SUNNY BROOK COMPANY, LOUISVILLE, KY., DISTRIBUTED BY NATIONAL DISTILLERS PRODUCTS KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKEY. 86 PROOF. Paul Yeoman Crook County Treasurer # /