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MISCELLANEOUS C~MP~ LAUNDRY AND dry cieanlng sex:ice. Doe's Cleane~ Phone 283-2492 11 CUb~)M ARTIFICIAL INSEM. Inaflon service. AH breeds available. Breed for quality and added profit. Chester HeJde, Aladdin, Wyo., Ph. 283. 3,542. ,7tfn. IANCE 1 Washer and Dryer | I TELEV,S,ON "/ i RADIo / J REPA:RINGI I / THE BEST OF ALL KINDS OF i~mrance, bonds. L. O. Traey, Sundana~. 51tfn P, OLLER SKATING. AMERIC~ Legion l-loll, Sundance. Every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, 7-10 ~p.m. Sat. and Sun. afternoons 1:304:30 p.m., Sat. and Sun. evenings 7-10 ,p.m. 25-26" FOR SALE: HOUSE, 2 bedrooms upstairs, 2 bedrooms and bath downstairs, 4 lots, 7 trailer hookups. ~hown by ap- poin,tment. Call 283-2154 after 5 p.m. 20tfn. FOR SALE: 3-BEDROOM HOME, fully carpeted, 24' by 44', full basement..Call Gene Spurlin, Ph. 283-3812. 24-27 FOR SALE: 21 -FT. OWENS cabin cruiser, has toilet and kitchen sink, inboard motor, with trailer, $2500. Buck Mas- on, Box 295, Story, Wyo. 24-25* FOR SALE: USED - WESTING- ~house Deluxe automatic washer, Westinghouse Deluxe electric clothes dryer, Kelvinator 40- inch electric range, 8 cubic foot G7 refrigerator, 8 cubic foot GE freezer, Motorola 21. inch TV, 3-pc. bedroom set, one dinette set and 6 chairs, other miscellaneous items. Ph. 283-2553. 24-25* FOR SALE: 14-FT. ALUMINUM boat and trailer, 25 hp. Scott motor. Don Kokesh, Ph. 468- 2292, Upton. 25-26* FOR SALE: TWO, USED APART- ment size gas ranges - $35 each. Sundance Electric. It. FOR SALE: 1954 INTERnATION- al RDF405 Diesel truck - $3750, Tracy Motor Co., Sundance. lt. FOR RENT and edgem. Gambles, 81Dem'~sh, S. D. RENT: 2-bedroom house In b mclanoe. Glen Kessler, Ph. k?,-3190, Spearfish. 21tfn RENT 2-BEDROOM HOUSE, modern, located next Co Sun- dance Trailer CouP. Hm'old ~heIldo~, i~h. ~.~, call t~ter 6 p.m. 24-25" FOR RENT: I VE-ROOM HOUSE with full,basement. Robert Sorense , Ph. 283-2995, tfn. FOR SALE FOR SALE: HOUSE AND LOT IN Hulett, 2 rooms and bath. Dean L. Svoboda, H~ett, Wyo. 25-28* WANTED WA~I'ED: ANTIQUES OF ALL kinds. Will buy, sell or trade. Gambles, Spearfish, S. D. 24tfn LOST YED: branded L.R. under bit L. Ear. Sold at Belle Fouvche Livestock. Proceeds to Wyom- ing Stockgrowers Assn., Cheyenne. 24-25* guests at the Reynard Mills home Tuesday evening and ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. Harry Garman and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blakeman to Rapid City Sunday. John Garman called at the Neal Garman home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Reno Lytle and family attended the Hulett Ro- deo last Sunday. Bill and Phil- ip Habeck were dinner guests of Lytles Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Reno Lytle took Melody Ra~hbun, Linda Barnes, Becky Roberts, Bonnie Zimmerschied and Ruth Lytle to the Home Ec judgir~g in Sundance Saturday. Sunday the Lytle family attended 4-H meeting at Pine Garden ,Park back of Garman's Machine Shop near Carlile. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Engelhaupt and hmily were dinner guest at the Roger Rathbuns Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Engelhaupt and family joined Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hindman, Wanda Wegner, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sisk and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sisk for a picnic on Sand Creek Sunday. Mrs. Ken Hutehins called at ~he Roger Rathbun home Tuesday afternoon. Ruth Lytle spent from Tuesday till Thursday with Melody Rathbun. Mrs. Roger Rathbun and Kenny shopped in Sundance Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cummings and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Engelhaupt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rail, Bill Habeck and Philip were dinner guests at the Rathbun home Friday when the men help- ed with ,branding. Neal and Jeff Garman and Lloyd Harper helped Roger Rathbun move cat- tle Saturday. Kenny spent from ~Friday till Sunday forenoon at the Habeck home. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rathbun attended the Chatfield-Thorn wedding in Gil- lette Sunday afternoon. Mr. and .Mrs. Hal Oudin and Mrs. Penn Smith helped the Don- ald MoeHer family move to the Ted Butterfield ranch Tuesday. Mrs. Hal Oudin stayed with Moel- lets ,till Thursday evening. Mrs. Penn Smith accompanied Mrs. Hal Oudin to Sundance Saturday and they visited Mrs. Ray Rich. mann in the Sundance hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and Danny called at the Penn Smith home Thursday evening. Mr. and ,Mrs. Herb Minnich call. ed at Smiths during the wek. Mr. and M~s. Hal Oudin accompanied Smiths fishing at Parks Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Louverne Niehol- son and family were dinner guests at the Neal Garman home last Sunday and moved their trailer house and ~haying equip- ment to the 2Y ranch for haying. I _ _ , The Nicholson haying crew is presently haying at St. Onge, FOR SALE ~ June 20 Mrs. Denny Nicholson and ehil- Mr. 'and ,Mrs. Paul Conzelman dren attended the ,Hulett Rodeo New end R~ondiflemHI and family called at the White Sunday and called at the Niehol- (d home Monday evening. Gene son mill Thursday afternoon. Lin- MAYTAG Ewing called at WhaLe's during da Barnes stayed from Tuesday Wmdh~rs, Dryers and Parts ! the week. Paul ConzeIman wastill Thursday with Leala Nichol- ~~~ l a dinner guest f WhaLe's Wed" sn" Mr" and Mrs" Walter Nich" nesday. Herman White and olson were dinner guests at the Danny shopped in Sundance Sat- Denny Nicholson home gaturday. urday. Ernest White attended Saturday, June 11, Mr. and installation of his lodge in Hulett Mrs. Sam .Bears and boys were Wednesday evening, dinner guests at the Buster Allen Spmrflsh, $. D. ~ Reno Lyric and sons called at home. The Marshall Bears chil- the 'Leo Rail ,home Thursday eve. dren stayed Saturday night and WE TRADE. BUY AND SILL uw and used guns and aport. Ing goods. Gambles and Mat, Sporting Goods, Spear- fish, S.D. 4#tfn u TIME PAYMENTS and GIFT CERTIFICATES at Matson Sporting Goods and Gambles Store Spearfish, S. D. F~R .~ OR' RENT: 7-ROOM' house, avails,hie after June 15. R. M. Bernd, Sundance. 22tfn ning. Leo helped Roger Rath- bun gather cattle Thursday. Mrs. Leo Rail shopped in Sundance Friday and called at the Rathbun ranch. Leo thil has been fencing on the Binney ranch. Steve Sisk, Spearfish, spent last weekend at the Joe Engel. haupt ,home. Mrs. Steve Sisk and friends from Spearfish were din- ner guests of Engelhaupt's last Sunday, June 12. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hindman and Wanda Wegner called at the Enge~h~u@t home last Sunday forenoon. Mrs. Joe Engelhaupt and daughters shopped in Sundance Thursday. Lloyd Harper is employed at the .Neal Garman ranch for the summer. Mrs. Neal Garman and children shopped in Sundance during the week and in BeLie Fourche Friday. Neal Garman has been building fence this week, Mr. and ,Mrs. Neal Gar- man and family were supper Sunday at the Allen home while their parents attended the rodeo dance and the rodeo in Hulett. i~. Herman White called at the Buster Allen home Monday. Mrs. Buster AUen and Ginger called at the Paul Conzelman home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Buster Allen and family called at the Herb Minnich ~home during the week. ~uster Allen helped Mar. shah Bears work on a "eat" in Hulett Sunday. Mrs. Allen and children were Sunday dinner guests at the Sam Bears home on Kara Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Habeck were supper guests at the Bill Habeck home Monday evening. Mrs. Bill Habeck spent from Tuesday till Thursday in Rapid City to be with Miss Jennie Lan. ning who underwent hip surgery Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Habeck and Philip and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lanning and family toured the Black Hills Sunday and visited Miss Jennie Lanning at Bennett-Clarkson hospital in Rapid City. Mrs. Keith Kudlock and sons joined Mr. and ,Mrs. Chet Hejde and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Engelhaupt and family and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Engelhaupt for a picnic on Sandcreek Sunday, June 12. Mrs. Keith Kudlock and sons, ,Mrs. Henry Engelhaupt, I=Iank and Dehbie Engelhaupt shopped in 'Belle Fouvche Mon- day. Sand Croak Homemakers Club Meets June 9 Eleven members attended ,the regular meeting of the Sand Creek ,Make and Bake club held June 9 at the home of Mrs. Peter Smith. One visitor and six chil. dren also attended. Before the business meeting, Betsy Mosley gave the demon- stration on master cake and cookie mix. During the meeting roll call was answered with a rec- ipe exchange. The "VCyoming Homemaker" paper was passed around and the report on the county council meeting was passed around for members to read. Margaret Blakeman and Isabel Willert were appointed to attend the freezing and canning school held June 10. President Mary Bridges ap- pointed these committees: Mem- ber ship - Elvira Litner, chair- man; Pat Kuenne, Margaret Blakeman; entertainment corn mittee for Achievement Day - Isabel Willert, chairman; Pat Kuenne, Gladys Hatleran, Betsy Sundance, Wyo. Moseley. Club holstery for Oct. 3-8. Mrs. Willert that R. A. Smiley, attorney, will and other "Retirement" at club meeting. Mrs. Willert als~ book to be dance school bers were terns for the Pat Kuenne told mother, Ruth fered to let the home for meetings club needs a Pennies were Pennies for and cookies made mix at the be meeting were meeting. CARD OF THANKS We wish to iation to our bors for the food, sympathy. Speci; G. R. Hudson, Beagle and the The Family Wi,lliams CARD OF THANKS We wish to and neighbors who ebrate our 25th sary. Thanks to all cards and Mr. and Mrs. Furniture - Antiques - Tools - Dishes Many Unusual Items As we have sold our homo, end are moving to a house, we find that 20 years of accumulation will sold and will offer the following at our home Ross directly across street east of water tank on the Gillette, Wyoming. Sale will I~ held in back yard. SATURDAY, JUNE 25, "66 Sale to Start at 1:00 p.m. FURNITURE Zenith TV set wl~ new tube; GE TV set in Steel kitchen overhead cabinet. 2 combination lamp stands; couch; overstuffed choir; Duncan phyla limed oak dining ~able with 3 extra leaves; plate set of four f01ding music stands; a lot of real coffee tables; lamps of many different kinds; fens; 3-piece circular sectional; overstuffed ch~ir; desk lamp; 2 childs rockers; several mirrors; steel inet; unusual blonde combination youth bed; Hot 1000 automatic washer; one year old; chest of cabinets; drop leaf table; and many items of misC. Baby play pen; electric iron; waffle iron; electric popcorn popper. ANTIQUES AND THE UNUSUAL Antique bed; antique dresser; antique chest of drawerS; of antique and unusual dishes; bell collection; vase unusual tea sets; old and unusual glassware; sleeve board; old lamps; small trunk full of yarn; all kinds of i lace; fancy work to be done; buttons; boxes of ladies who llke to sew--this is areal unusual offering); ed napkins; handmade handkerchiefs; different kinds goods; Buffalo robe; above items from g] new watch bands; dozen new alarm decks; misc. items of new and used clothing including new cowboy hat, never been worn. TOOLS Circulating pump for hot water system; shovels; tubing; 30 used glus brick; new electric L~wn lawn mower, used one season; golf bag; sleeping ! cleaning rod end kit; hunting knife; hand tools ferent kinds of plumbing tools; tool box ing tools; set of inside micrometers, 2-inch to barrow; lawn cart; children's wagon; g~-den tools, other items. TERMS-CASH CHRISTENSEN, Owner R. A. "Dick" Mader, Auctioneer Barlow Gillette, Wyoming -- Phone 682-3882 Box 898, NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS NOTE--There will be many different ~ unusual items seldom see on a sale and you sure won't want to miss