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WANTAD RATES: 6 Per Word Each Insertion IDEADLINE: Tuesday 10 A.NL of Week to Be Inserted. ~AINIMUM CASH Insertion 50 MINIMUM CHARGE Insertion $1.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per Column inch $1.40 CARD OF THANKS _ $2.00 6LACKFACE READER ADV. - Per Line _35 NOTE: Wantads not ordered to be published in consecutive issues of The Sundance Times must be reordered for each subsequent insertion. @ublisher's Notice: All real estate adv~;rtising in this newspaper is subject to #he Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal te advertise "any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on face, co/or, religion, sex, or national origin, or an intention to nake any such preference, limitation, or discrimination." This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising (or real estate which is in vio[ation of the law. Our readers are informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are 4vailable on an equal opportunity basis. FOR SALE FOR authorized Kirby vacuum cleaner sales and service, ~li 283-1899. 2tfn. CHOICE Hereford bulls for sale. Yearling and conMng two-year- old homed and polled buUs. From arCLficial insemination ~. Sired by p~orm- a.rce t~stt] progmy proven s~res. Priced low, in line with the times. Ernest Smith, 3 miles east of Hulett, Ph. 467- 5605. 23-26 FOR SALE: John Deere one-way 12-~t. Surflex plow. Carl Mayer, 283-3754. 24-26* FOR SALE: Beefalo Semen. For more information, contact Al- bert Neiman, Htdett, Wyoming, Ph. 46"/-5735. 24l~. FOR SALE: In this area, 1974 Si~ Select-a-Stitch with new guarantee. Will sell for $87.S0 or $5.00 a month. Also have 19 745inser Future. Will sell on paymems. To see, send phone number and address to Credit Box 451, O'Neill, Nebr. '68763. 25-26 FOR SMJ~: 14 ft. flatbed trail- er, wood dock, good tires; now rmr~ gear, wired ~or Ughts. $~0. Ph. 28.~-1637. 25-27 FOR SALE: Pickup box; 2-wheel tedtity ~, spare tire, 2" l~tch. Call 283-2761 after 6 p.m. $200. 25-26 FANTASTIC! That's what this home is. The new is still shiny and it's loaded with extras. Comes complete with drapes and curtains. The grass is up, strawberries, shrubs and flowers are in. Financing is available. Don't wait, call today. Sundance Pb. 2833477 :MUST SELL at Once: Two 1974 Kirby vacum~ cleaners with wide heads priced at $127.47 and $234.66. Both carry one year goaramees. Tuese are good shag units. To see, send .~~ and address to Credit Department, Box 84, O'Neill, Nebr. 67763. 25-26 FORSALE: Registered horned Hereford btflls, two-year.olds, at Gre~hill Hereford Ranch. Wyoma Cranston, Moorcrofl, Wyo. 25-26 FOR SALE: 13-ft. Aljo camper, gas refrigerator, heater, lights, $700. Ph. 283-3363 after 4 p.m. or on weekends. 25-26" FOR SALE: 1967 (~'vrolet Im- pala 4-door. Ph. 283-1723. 25-26 FOR SALE: Mosler burgl~f, fireproof safe. Double-door combination lock, day-time in- net" security doors, key lock, in- side top right burglarproof com- bination money chest. Call Busi- ness Machines, Inc., 308-432- 4165, Chadron, Nebr. 25-26 FOR SALE: 1967 sport top Scout. Ph. 283-2793. 25-27* ON HAND: 3-pt. hitch with booms - $850; high pressure cattle sprayers - $750. New sprinkler and flood pumps com- ing in. Steen's Feeds, Belle Foray.h, S.D. 25-28 FOR SALE: Horses - 6-year-old registered quarterhorse roan getding, gooa roping prospect. Been shown in 4-H and was all-atota~ performance horse. 13-yesT-oki maR, has speed, went ~0 barrel racing school Comact Carla Linklater, 467- 5325 a~ter 6 p.m. 25-26 FOR SALE: Toyota Corona sta. tioa wagon, good omdttion, clean, radio, Michelin radials, disc brakes, carpeted t~mm~- out. Moving, must sell, best offer. 467-,~B7. Box 54; Devils Tower, Wyo. 82714. 25-28 FOR SALE or Trade: Older house to be moved or ~orn down, Wond m~e a good storage building or barn. Call 283-3695 or cm~ta~t Dick Proctor. 26-27 FOR SALE: 6 milk co'vs. Ph. 283-1645. 26-29" FOR SALE: 12-ft. Ahmdrmm boat, 7 ~. and ,trailer, $500. Bob Ulriah. Ph. 283-3560e.- it FOR SALE: Two 39" hardwood bunk beds wi~ hardware to convert to trundle. Mattresses clean - $75. Harold Bernd, 283- 3378. It FOR SALE: Used Frigidaire dish- washer - $65; Stmdance Elec- tric. It FOR SALE: Used TV sets. Come in and see these specials. Sun- dance Electric. It FOR SALE: 14-ft. Cres.Liner boat, 9V2 I-[P. Johnson motor and trMler with box. E. F. Breja, S~. 25-26* FOR SALE: @t set of twin French provincial canopy beds in good condition. Ph: 283-1978. It WANTED WANTED: Pa,rty with goodcred- it to asstane balance of $124.75 on 1975 Pfaff Dial-a-Stitch and balance of $175 on 1975 New Home with stretch stitch, but- t~holer and blind stitch. Both caz~ new gtmrantees. Please send phone nurRber and ad- dress ~ ~ Manager, Box 325, O'Neill, Nebr. 68763. 25-26 CUSTOM Haying. All New 11[o1[- hnd equlpme~. Ommct Fred or Bruce Cundy, Ph. 253.5402. 25-26 VERNON J. SEMSEY: The Pi- a~o man. Piano tuning, regulat- ing and repair. I will be in this ,area last week of July and first week of August. Watch rids space for dates. Contact Redell Hoopec, Ph. 283-2293, or Mrs. Kd~ Hamel, Ph. 283- 161I, for appointme~. 25-30* HELP WANTED HELP WANTED: Immediate em- ployment in hay and harvest fields plus excellent long range oppor~mity to work into a share of ca, tile and grain ranch. House, furniture and extras provided. Orville Harper, Beul- ah, Wyo., 307-283-1911. 26-29 FOR RENT CABIN for Rent. Ph. 283-1120. It MISCELLANEOUS OPPORTUNITY: START now . local Amway distributor offers opportt~ty for good earnings. You pick the hours. We assist. For appoinlanent, call 283-3560, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. 24-26" | CASH REGISTER SALES & SERVICES And Supplies Everything for the business and the office. Full service for all equipment. BUSINESS MACHINES, INC. 24Obst 3rd St. Box 786 Chadron, Nebraska f YOUR DREAM HOME Smart styling with versatility, modem with homey and hospitable atmos- phere. Solid, round procut logs. Write for information. WYOMING MODELOG HOMES Bimey Star Rte. Sheridan, Wyo. or call 674,6511 HOMESTEAD 6d0 acres - acquire ~L~C land FREE. Government Survey, 155 Laws - 20, Ukiah, CA. 95482. 26-29* DO SOMETHING bea~Jful for your diamonds. Have them re- mounted into one of our many sensatioaa~ new settings. NEU- GEBAUER JEWELERS, 1020 Main S., Sturg]s, S. D. 57785 It DR. MEYER will be in Sundance Thursday, 1:30, ff your horses , or dogs need shots. Contact Lynn ,Sch].or .e.d.t, 283-1448., It r Maytag and Coronado Franchised Dealers 5ervidng what we sell makes our many satisfied CUS~. II hom I t Q We by, Sell er Trade G~ma 714 Main 642-~51 Spearfish, S. D. , . t POP Piam Cetwse. for adkdts or aayone ~tterested in a fast pi. am meehod. Mrs. Keith Hamel, Pk 2~3-1611, Sundam:e llt~ R(IL,~ ~J.TING, ~ Smdan, Wyo. E~md Sl~iay, a~moem za., st., ,=d ,, md San., a~=rmun 1:~ to 4:00, axe at MalloCm- EVENGING6 ,~:~) to 9:3~. yon Rearing .el skatee and admis- Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sted~nmt ed. A~e~rciseaud v~sifingd~eir6angm~anamm- lots of fan. 22-26* flies and a granddaughter,Cazta " D. Cro~s, came home with ~n Hulett J~me 25 Flm~nce Oebom Miss Atice MaOmmughy of Sheridan, Wyo. is a house g~est and visitors of Mrs. Neff Bush and they are enjoying some fish- i~, camping aad sightseeing trim. Earl Ike Jr. and ,two sons, Mark and John ~f Los Angeles, visRed Mr. and Mrs. George Ike, other relatives and fxiends here past week, also viewed the former 77 ranoh v~here Earl lived with his parents who owned and oporat~d it for many years. Mrs. Alice Roberts of Billings, Montana, spent last week here visiting her brothers .Leslie, Ed- win and Julius Hauber, their wives and other tamiy members at their'z~spective homes. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Nemmn and small .da~hte~ spent S~mxiay in ~sh and the surrounding axea sightseeing, shopping and visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hahn of the Oshoto vicinity, we~ Thursday evoning visitors of her pa.rents, Mr. m~d Mrs. Gon~ge Ike. Janell and Mauree~ B~nger "of Larmme, Wyo., speJtt a week here visi~g their ~ran@arents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hauber, who took ,them as fax as Lusk when they r~rned home, where their mother met them. The Haw hers also haft another grand, daught~ spend several days with ,them, little Miss C,~ven Krenz of Rapid City, S. D. Virgil ~romble of Casper, Wy- onung, was here over ~e week end to ~ his sister, Mrs. Viva Tromble and other relatives. Mrs. Loiuse Coker ~Fan- ied Mrs. Prank Fowlkes, and her mo~er, Mrs. Eunice Mower,/ to Belle Fota'cJ~ on the 19th, where all shopped and visited relatives and friends. Miss Rachel Brink of Stu~is, S. D., spent a week here visit- ing her cousin, Deb~e, who re- turned home with her for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Tromble and two children, of Rapid CRy, were here on Stmday to vi~t her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barbour, her sister, Mrs. Shirley Leonard and children and other relatives, h the evening Tim Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Davidson and son Larry, of Sm~mce, and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Davidson, of C~eyerme, were out to ,the ranch over the weekend and spent the time work'u~ rand camping. Sun- day some f~ds c'al~ on them and all took a drive before re- turning home. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Fowlkes and Che lather's mother, Mrs. Eu- nice Mowery, were in ,Sturgis on the 20h wi~re the latter visited while the other went to Fort Meade where Frank consulted his doctors. Mrs. Margaret Cheshier leaves this week ,for Colorado to visit a sister. for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Johnson ~d three children have re~ ~shing and sight-seeing trip to norti~rn Monitoba, Canada~ / Feeder Report Sioux City, Iowa, June 20 - Feed- er cattle soki $I - $2 higher on steers this past week on the Sioux City-Maxket with he~ers $2 - $3 higher, in some instan~p._, $4 -_$5 higher on good thin~heffers, 50O ~bs. A total o~ 3,~00 oattte were sold at the Wednesday aoC- tion. One load of steexs, choice and Pc~oiceme, 509 lbs. brought $43 wi~ 400-500 lb. steers, 435 .]~ and good and choice, 37O - see l bs.,bs.. $33.25 - $36.75. There were rive loads of steers, choice and Rri~, 646-705 Ibs., at $41 - $44. 600-700 lb. ~,w~e ~th mixed good and choice at $36,75- $39. ~ loads of choice and prime 70S lb. st~s wes'e $39 - $42 w'th "re loads I choice and prime fleshy 793 - 880nth|bs., ~t $44.25-$46;80. ~A few choice 800 - 900 lb. steers were $43.85 - $44.15. Standard and good Holsteins, 800-881 lb., $30.25 -- $31. There were three loads choice and prime heifers, 483 lbs. going at $30.25 - $31 ~ith choice 400-500 lb. heflers, $3L$0- $36. Mixed geed and ~ hero 500 ll~. Two loa~ grime heifers, 563-576 lb~., rong~ $36 - $37. Choice heifer, 500 - 700 Ibs., sold at $32 - $37 with one load of choice arm prime heifers, 686 lbs., long yearyear- |ings, very thin, at $40.10. "ffaere were a ~few lots of 500 - 700 lb. IWed hei{e~ at $25 - $29. There we~ a tot~l of ~ ~ ~ tt~ron~ ~ City Y~xds this yast week ~,.- pared with 5,321 last week 1,480 a year ago. P~-es aver- ages were: Steers .,~.86 It~,&1 ,~t44t He~t~-s $33.51 $32.86 St. calves $34.61 $32.73 $~39 I-If. caJves $31.2