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....... - ..... T Wallice Simon, 62, CLAssIFIED kDvERTIsING RATEs: [ k per word for each insertion. Minimum charge 25c each m-I ! Former Resident, I mr t ion. Payment must accompany order for advertisement. I == ....................... : Dies at Douglas NO. I MIMEOGRAPH PAPER, GLASS: WE SELL IT, INSTALL Funeral services for Wallice Legal and letter size at The it, or both. Ainsworth's, Spear- (Wallie) Simon, 62, former Sun- Times. fish, S.D. 15tfn dance resident, were held June 8 ~ at Stark's Chapel in Douglas. Simon t/GaS and other needs filled with V-4 Wisconsin engine. Red died June 6 in the Converse Coun- promptly at Blue Drug and Ranch, Beulah, Wyo. 23fin ty Memorial hospital. The IOOF lodge was in charge Jewelry, Spearfish, S.D. 37tfn of the service with the Rev. H. H. WANTED: FEEDER CATTLE Lindeman assisting. Burial was in for fall delivery. Get more mon- Douglas Park cemetery with full ey for your cattle selling direct military honors. to the feeder. Let me know what Simon was born Nov. 30, 1894 you will have so I can see them at Courtland, Kans., the son of before the buying season starts. Abraham and Mary Jane Simon. J. B. Driskill, Ph. 223, Spearfish, S.D. 16if? While still a small boy, he moved with his parents to a homestead FOR SALE: JACUZZI WATER at the foot of Devils Tower. On July 6, 1926, he was married pump systems. Big D Oil Co. at Moorcroft to Grayce M. Kaiser tfn of Chadron, Nebr. He was a veteran of World War Bill Howard, Gillette, Wyo. I and a member of the Odd Fel- Phone 393.J, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. lows lodge. He is survived by his wife, WW- HAV~~WATJ.PAlaW.W TM and 296-W after 5 p.m. 11tfn Grayce; a sister, Bessie Rakestraw, o Grove Ore broO room house in Sundance; un- Bert of Jacksonville, Fla., and Guy furnished. Phone 3-2815. 23-26* of Jansen, Nebr.; and several nieces and nephews. A brother I Joe preceded him in death. Gov enl " " " C, Inlr n a windrower, see the new (June 2O) Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moore and = , sons and Cliff Tompkins from II.R SELF-PROPElLED I, Sheridan drove to the Buffalo ranch south of Gillette recently the windrower with the semi-revolving cam-type reel (available where the Moores purchased a with pickup fingers for lodged hay and grain), buckskin pony for Tim. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Aekerman and family called at the Verle See These Other Features, Toe: Pierce ranch one day during the week. 1. Full hyrdaulic control of header and reel. Despite the muddy roads a good 2. Choice of cutting heights from 2 to 30 inches, attendance was at the Seely Clover- leaf club at the Joyce Lobban home 3. Economical 25 HP air,oGled engine with electric starter. Thursday the 13th. Everyone en. 4. Ruggett channel iron construction, balanced weight, joyed the frozen food demonstra- tion. 5. Planetary.typo steering with constant full power.Congratulations go to Donna Rae 6. Unlimited field operation . no grain or hay run down. Moore, who was chosen South Da- kota high school rodeo queen at 7. Continuous range of swathing and road speeds, 2.8 mpbo Watertown last weekend. Norma 8. Grouped controls convenient to operator. Ann Moore was last year's queen. Besides these honors Donna l~ae, 9. Sgedal long.wearing bearings which reduce maintenance. Norma Ann and Nancy Lea Thomp- 1O. Gem,farm', lights and starter, standard equipment, son have all been rodeo queens at the Hulett rodeo. They are the 11. Dual drive wheels optional, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Moore. Mrs. Maurice Madden and Mrs. • Verle Pierce were Sundance callers • one day during the week. I • Phone 125-J Belle Fourehe, S. D. LOGAN'S DRY CLEANING AND FOR SALE: 1954 CHEVROLET 3-4 Laundry Service . Hats cleaned ton pickup, 31,000 actual miles, like new, one owner. First and blocked, alterations madeplace south Devils Tower. Cecil on all clothing that needs it. Cushman. lt* Pickup on Mondays and Thurs- days. 50tfn FOR SALE: USED JOHN DEERE one-way plow; used John Deere _ - = = = _ = :: - = = - mower; used Graham-Hoeme REPAIR HOM"E OR IN SHOP All Parts and Work GUARANTEED 186 W. Hudson Phone 88 FOR SALE: MILLET, 'CANE, milo, 75-day corn, Sudan and any seed adapted to l~is area. Bober Seed House, Newell, S. D. 23-26 plow. McDonald Implement Co., Belle Fourche, S.D. It FOR SALE: A HORSE-DRAWN mowing machine, in running or- der and almost as good as new. Price - $35. Claude Dillon, Sun- dance. 25-26* FOR RENT DURING SUMMER: Furnished 5-room modern house. Call AT. 3-2751 or see Mrs. J. O. Brown. It == ~| TWO-BEDROOM, ALL - MODERN house for rent. Inquire Lee's Pharmacy. It g~ubber Name Buna is the name of a syntheUo rubber developed in Germany. A fishing picnic was held on the Belle Fourehe river Tuesday. Those attending were the W. B. Lobbans, Charles and Raymond DeWitts, Zaek and Bill Jays and Jim O'Con- ner. Fro mall reports fishing was good. Mrs. Richard Youngberg spent several days at Newell the past week visiting her folks. Doctor Baldwin from Gillette came out to the Charles Moore ranch Tuesday to see if he could set a bull's leg, but was unable to do anything with the leg. The Chester Whitneys are busy constructing a new shed. Joe Miller is helping them. Mr. and Mrs. Charles DeWitt and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond DeWitt .toured the Black Hills Monday. Friday they drove to Forsythe, Mont. to visit Mrs. Charles DeWitt's father. The Raymond DeWitts left for their home at Garden Grove, Calif. Thursday the 13th. Mrs. Mark Cushing, Spearfish, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tarres from Lead were guests at the Glenn Fink home Wednesday evening. Harry Scoggin attended the high , i Dr. Oliver A. Jewett OPTOMETRIST Belle Fourehe Office Over Frey's Hardware (Phone 730) Tuesday Through Saturday THE SUNDANCE Sundanee, Wyo. patrol car. Mrs. Langtry panied her husband to where she spent two days relatives. school board meeting at Sundance Mr. and Mrs. Bud Thursday the 13th. Gary had Sunday dinner The Charles Moores, Harry Scog- Miller's mother, Mrs. gins and Ray Dorsetts attended the Semsey in Spearfish. barbecue in Belle Fourche Wed- Andy Policky made a nesday, trip to Broadwater, Nebr. Bill and Joyce Lobban attended Collins, Colo. Thursday to a sheep herders jamboree at Sul- day. phur, S. D. the 9th, reporting a ~-- good time. Serial W Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Hassen were NOTICE OF APPLI( callers at the Charles Moore ranch UNITED STATES Tuesday. Bureau of Land Mana triet Land Office, Cheyenne, ming. Personal Items ~o,oo is hereby pursuance of the Act Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hughes who approved May 10, 1872, are leaving sometime this month Phillips and Harry E. for Casper to make their home, whose Post Office ad~ were in Casper Monday to Wed- Aladdin, Wyoming, have nesday to look for a house. Hughes' plication for patent for son Douglas stayed at the Allen chant PhiUips No. 2 Plac Edwards ranch during his parents Claim in an unorganise absence, district in Crook County, Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Brimmer and as follows: family of Mooreroft visited Sunday Marehant Phillips No. 9. at the George Richards home. ing Lot 3 of Section Mr. and Mrs. Tony Fort, Farmer Resurvey Township 56 Knerr and Mr. and Mrs. Frank of Range 62 West of t Hill of Fairfield, Ia. visited Mrs. Prinei@al Meridian, Hill's mother, Mrs. E. C. Raey, in County, Wyoming, con' Spearfish Sunday. 39.83 acres. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Clark of AYrsg yandto theall saidPers°nScharlieClal Rogue River, Ore. arrived Thurs- ve~n,, day for a visit with Mrs. Clark's h'psand Harry E. M~ tel sisters, Mrs. Bessie Summers of placer mining claim so Mooreroft, and Mr. and Mrs. F. M. cribed and applied for, or Sisson. On Sunday, a family din- thereof, are hereby n)tlJ ner was held at the Summers farm unless their claims are d home with the William Gardners according to the Laws ant of Republic, Kan.; the Hugh Clarks, tions thereunder with the Rogue River, Ore., and the F. M. of the United States Land and Merle Sissons of Sundance Cheyenne, Wyoming, wiI present, time provided by law, the, Mr. and Mrs. Arlis Binney and forever barred by vir~ Jon drove to Basin, Wyo., Sunday provisions of the above to visit Mrs. Binney's parents, Rev. Statute. ' t~ and Mrs. R. O. Rice and family.Dated this 3rd day of MaY, ~r Mr. Binney returned home that day 1957. while Mrs. Binney and Jon remain- Craig A. Decker, ed for a two weeks visit. Manager May 9-16-23-30, June Bob Langtry drove to Cheyenne Thursday to get a new Chevrolet July 4 • • Ship" I i Tee.Tab o go. lfershirt J m no ron l cron-pima / Plenty of fashion-in-actionl The shirt with the tee poeketl Center-back pleat for swinging ease. t tails, converible collar. Dunk, drip-dry and you're play without benetit of ironl Won t pill or fuzz. The Dacron-pima blend in white, pale pastels. Sizes 28 to See other Ship'n Shore no.iron blouses, from 3.50 ,' _p FOm'" ' *DESIGN I'ATI~NY APpkll Sundanee "Everything to Wear"