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Rick and Paula Husking were Ideas for Resolutions supper guests that evening. On At Farm Bureau Meeting Tuesday, Paula and Mary DellIdeas for resolutions on agricul- Hauber attended the horse judg- tural districts and the scope of ing at the Alden Robinsons and county extension in the future WANTAD RATES: 6 Per Word Each Insertion July 1 Melody Rathbnn returned withwere discussed at the June 25 DE&DLIN[: Tu~day noon of Week to be inserted. Effie Jolley Paula. Paula and Melody went to meeting of the Alva Farm Bureau MINIMUM CASH Insertion ............................. $0c Mrs. Warren Wood' had surgery Belle Fourche on Wednesday at- at the Tom Maupin home. b $11MUM CHARGE Insertion .................................... $l.00 in the Spearfish hospital last ternoon. MaNe Fowler called at There will be further discussion the Wesleys Friday morning to of these resolutions at the July C $SIFIED DISPLAY Per Column Inch ................... $1.40 week. We wish her a speedy re- visit with Mrs. Ruby Hahn. The meeting. Material for the resolu- OF THANKS .......... -- - _ ....... $2.00 covery. BUkCKFACE READERS ............... 3,f Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stinson and Donners called at the John Fowl- tions is found in the May and NOTE: WANTADS not ord md'- - -imbli od in consecutive is- family of Denver visited friends ers on Friday evening. Ruth and June issues of "Wyoming Agricul- and reatives in the community Gerald Boardman visited Satur- ture." sues of The Sundance Timos must be murdered for each during the Hulett rodeo, day evening. Reports were given about twine subsequent insertion. Russell Stinson is employed at The Dave Armstrong family ofavailable at the County Farm Bu- FOR SALE DEL'S CARPENTER SERVICE : the Marvin Snook ranch. Gillette were Wednesday visitors reau office, the Farm Bureau Vic- SAL . uo,,*o- a ...... Available - Experienced Car-Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. at the Chuck Healds and Bobbi Jo tory banquet at Moorcroft and Vernon Wood who were marriedreturned with them for a fewthe speech of Dave Flitner, Wyo- ell , .... penter instructor to budd your ............................ cabi e .............. recently. They are employed at days Arline and Krista Hauber ming Farm Bureau president, at ale Rm,. T n rs. t'none ouo/o z-zo:, , and Inez Fowlkes visited on the banquet. County Commission- ~- .........................Delme~ w .... t- pR~ T,,, ~ the F. A. Bush ranch. Z ulah ..................... , ..... , 643.21 .ma, your tTt LJ rqo 2 fna" Valley Rd., Spearfish. 27tfn. A family reunion of the Wood Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. er Joe Svoboda spoke briefly on Jim Leberknight and girls of Ida- revenue sharing and tax assess- family was held at Devils Tower ho Falls, Idaho are visiting this ments. .. "- ....... AMBI'HO'-US- P-'ERSO'N-- G'eneral June 24. FOR SALE in Spearfish, S D Foods is expanding. CosmeticRoger Brimmer, now of Mineral week at the George Healds of ,.Because of retirement I am" sel" Distributors needed here to Point, Wisconsin, watched a tor- Weston. A luncheon of sandwiches, var- nado level two barns on the Ray Elmo and Betty Wesley went ious salads, cookies and cakes to Moorcroft Sunday the 24th to was served after the meeting, and ling my large 4-bedroom home, learn, and teach Professional Brimmer farm where Roger meet Mrs. Ruby Hahn of Sheri- a social hour followed. cutup.lately carpeted, excellent makeup techniques. Complete works. Condition 1V4 lots nice yard training with continual guid- The July meeting will be held and trees, curb and m,tt r 2 ance Call for interview 682-2646 Sum and Paulie Jolley tookdan. On Friday, the Wesleys, ] atios, rock wishing well, yard Gillette, Wyo. 27-28Edna Serviss to Rapid City for a and Mrs. Hahn were in Gillette. at the Joe Svoboda home. areplace and carport. This ........ medical check-up on June 25. Her Don and Dane were home for the home has one 1 bath and ..... new pacemaker is doing fine and weekend helping stack hay. Saower and 2 half baths, also a I Maytag ancl ;oronaoo [ she is on the road to recovery. The Max Burches and Doug THE SUN'DANCE TII S areal cabin. If interested, call Franchised Dealers [ Bob and Effie Jolley were sup- Miller were Tuesday eveningSundance, Wyo. July S, 1973 SPearfish 642-2359 or 642-6292, rrancmsea uealers I day evening. Bob and Effie Jol- Fowler baled hay for Harold on 9r write Mrs Merle Ray, 345. I West Michigan 94-97 krvtet wtmt wo ma I ley shopped in Belle FourcheThursday and Friday. Mr. and ."" ..... " ........ I June 27 and visited at the Fay Mrs. Bill Rigby and girls of ....... ---- -- Mitchell home. Callers at the Driggs, Idaho were home on I OkiRSALmEotoUr:;de 9373cyI .,waS y Rent electric floor sanders, Jolley ranch during the week in- Thursday for the weekend and 900 miles, brand new condition, edgers, and polishers here. eluded Barbara Clark, Rev. Ax- son.brughtElaineStrmYandhmeLindafrmjons Jack-from reasonably priced. Contact mann and sons, Mrs. Audra Wil- Baggs, Wyoming, former ronm- 'erry at Bill's Auto Repair, son of California, Ethel Bush and mates of Karan, were weekend Wednesday through Mildred Storm. aXter hours 283-395125tfn _ ..... --_ We Buy, Sell or Trade Guns Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Burbage guests at the Burches. Mr. and Tuesday P600 FORDS: 1970 has 17-ft. of Poynette, Wisconsin left for Mrs. John Rittberger, Mrs. Fred Rittberger and boys of Hermosa, Shows 7 and 9 their home after visiting her par- S. D. and Marge WiUuweit of hoist,Stuck 9.00x20and grainon rear,bx' 4-speed20"tnweek.ants' the Bob Jolleys the past Wall, S. D., the ladies are sisters and two-speed rear axles. 1969 Mrs. Anna Hauber was a pc- of Dorothy, were here to attend Same as above except 5-speed tient in the Spearfish hospital last the wedding of Karan Burch to Cad new tires all around. Nels week where she had surgery. Best Abe Knapp on Sunday afternoon. Smith, 283-2803. 26-28 714 Main 642-3351 wishes for a speedy recovery. The Johnson boys of the Svalina ranch were Sunday evening mot- I 3R SALE" by owner, well keFt SpoarlFish, S.D. Neighbors in the vicinity help- orcyclists at the Burches and Older 3 e'droom home. Hot wa- , I ed with branding calves at the Stormy returned with them for tar heat, automatic water soft- Ackerman ranch on Saturday. the night. ener nice yard and garage. The former Alice and Vera Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rigby and Phone 642-3021. 27-28WYOMING Production Credit As- Wood and families of Denver girls visited Sunday morning at sociation manager will be at have been recent visitors at the the Tax Johnsons. I OR SALE: House. Bill Conley, the Mac), law office Tuesday, home of their parents, the Kicker 5th & W. Jack Box 301, Sundance, Wyoming. July 10 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Woods. Spearfish Ph. 283-1331. , lt* 26-27 Ph. 642-$702 I OR SALE: Quality 4-year-old WILDFLOWER Seed Wanted. Wednesday through Hewes Hereford Bree lg Scarlet Indian Paintbrush, Col- New Uu]l. Ph. 283-2808. umbine, others. Collectors con- July 1 Bernie Shroll, Sundance Saturday tact Applewood Seed Co., Rte. 3, Donna Heald Gladys Houston, Canoga Park, Shows 7 and 9 SALE: 1970 Kawasaki Trail Box 84, Golden, Colorado 80401. California Runs , $150. Contact 26-27* The Harry Bergers branded on Bud Goodvin, Devils Tower retry at Bill's Auto Repair or Thursday with the help of neigh- Renewal call 283-3951. It ROLLER SKATING. Legion (Ma- burs. Dennis Hart, Sundance -Ai Tch sonic) Hall, Sundance. EveryGrace Reynolds and Mrs. Ruby R.K. Mitchell, Belle Fourche cap: Horse water-Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Hahn were business callers in Jay Mahoney, Alva trough. Security Trust aria Stmday. Afternoons - 1:30 to Sundance on Thursday and supper Richard Peterson, Sundance Zltle Co. Ph. 283-1882. It 4; Evenings - 7 to 9:30. Renting guests that evening at the Elmo Dick Moseley, Aladdin of kate and admission $1.05, Wesleys. Grace returned to Sun- Terry Rubald, Devils Tower .WANTED taxincluded 26 27"dance on Saturday and .had.sup- John V. Callquist, Hulett in Moorcroft with the Dave David McLaughlin, Hulett W I fED: Used Electric' Refrig- Reynolds and Wayne Reynolds Curley McLaughlin, Rapid City m' tor in running condition, family. The Dave Reynolds at- Malcolm Bucher, Sheridan tact Steve Scheldt, Sun- /lecno itel that evening. tended the car races in Moorcroft Robert S. Ulrich, Sundance lt* Elmer D. Smith, Cheney, Wash. w,.. VrED: Lawns to mow. Si ven ltted John Johnson visited at the AI- Mrs. Elmer Smith, Sundance cIamghlin, 283-3798. 26-27* June 26: Leland Wells, Moor- bert Turnquists on Wednesday. Herman T. White, Carlile croft. Steven Roll, Sundance. The Turnquists went to John Gar- Helen M. EUard, Sundance LOST Kendon Rindels, Stmdance. Bran- mens on Thursday and were sup- Macy Law Office, Sundance I _T: One Farmhand Hydraulic da Maynard, Sundance. per guests at the Burches that Harold E. Taylor, Sundance L)tlinder. Between Sunny Divide July 1: Erma Quint, Sundance. evening. On Saturday Turnquists Warren Gray, Hulett arid my ranch. Bill Pannell, Dismissed visited at the Chuck Healds and Mr. and Mrs. John Knaus, Hulett Phone 467-5690. It June 26: Mary Butler, Moor- with the George Healds at Wes- croft. Viola Oliver, Hulett. Jay ton. -"- The Raymond Shepherds and Shepherd, Grand Junction, Colo. FOR RENT June 27: Marlene Popham and Piney went to Casper on Monday baby girl. to see Roy. Mildred and Jay I 0R RENT: 5-room house across June 28: Elva Warner, Sun- Tope and Piney returned to Cas- Cara Dick's Standard station, dance. Steven Rolf, Sundance. per on Thursday. Frank and Den- Key at Dick's station. 26-27* Kendon Rindels, Sundance. nis Brislawn visited at the Shep- ........ June 29: Brenda Maynard, Sun- herds on Friday and John Fowler _ MISCELLANEOUS dance Pearl Huckins, Hulett. was a Saturday visitor. Ralph Kopple called at the John BILL Thompson, Thompson Deaths Fowlers Monday afternoon and t ek and Key Service, 627 Sth July 1: Nina Hardy, Belle ave., Spearfish. 37finFourche. LARAMIE WYOMING BEST of All Kinds of Insur- Births _ ca, bonds. L. O. Tracy, SlUt June 24th: Born to Mr. and JUBILEE DAYS tlaace. Mrs. Gerald W. Popham, a girl, weight 5 lbs. llV2 oz., named July 11-15 Ranch. Rumor control num- Heidi Kay. er. 283-2727. 21-29 Horse Show July 11 and 12 Social Security Representative N~TICE: The Federal Land Bank To Appear Here Monthly ciation Manager or Field- Ray Jelle, social security repre- RCA RODEO will be at the Security sentative, will be at the jury roomJuly 12, 1 3 and 1 4 and Title Co. office from at the Crook County courthouse on (evenings) a.m. until noon, the secondJuly 11, August 8 and September fourth Tuesdays of every 5 from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. King Merritt Memorial Onth. He will answer all your ques- tions regarding social security. PARI-MUTUEL bI KPES: Custom made to fit STEER ROPING Your windows as cheap as ready Mr. Albert Pickerd was honor- July 1 4 and 1 5 Free catalog. Write ed on his 85th birthday with a (afternoons) O. Box 26241, Lakewood, party at the home of hi~ son 25-28' I{enry Pickerd June 29. / Friday and Saturday SUNDAY ONLY Sunday through Tuesday Shows 7and 9