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home economics wh~ will attend (I to r) -- Billy Crago who teamed with Cathy Helmer (not shown), Shirley Dur- fee, and Mariorie Ferrell. David is the grandson of Mrs. Ethel Yeoman of Sundance. Following a trip to Lake Tahoe, the couple will reside at 1231 Albama St., Vallejo. The bride is a graduate of St. Vincent Ferr- ar and attended Monterey Pen- insula College for one year. Her husband is a graduate of Hogan High, Vallejo. He is a third-year sheet metal apprentice at Mare Island Naval Shipyard. The bride's parents honored the couple with a dinner party at Green Valley Country Club. Memorial Hos| ADMITTED Aug. 10 -- Jeanette Wilson, Sundanee. Aug. -- 11 Edward Chatfield, Sundance; Mildred Mathews, Beulah. Aug. 13 -- Marie Hewes, Sun- dance Aug. 15 -- Armando Gomez, Sundance; Nellie Humphrey, Sun- dance; Neva Davis, Alva; Mary Martin, Gillette; Richard Devitt, Sioux Falls, S. D. DISMISSED Aug. 9 --Gene Spurlin, Sun- dance. Aug. 12 -- Mildred Mathews, Beulah. Aug. 14 -- Jeanette Wilson, Sundance; Michael Stow, Sun- dance; Marie Hewes ,Sundance. Livestock judgers for their record at the Crook are (I to r) -- Ray team; Moroce Dil. Robert Lincoln, )r judger; Can- field, state team; Ronnie Ross, 1st junior judger; and Joe Bush, state team. The winners were picked on highest scores from four out of six judgings held in the county. Whitesides ~3ecame the bride of David Lee Marry Yeoman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Catherine White-Dean Yeoman, 2945 Redwood of Mr. and Mrs. Road, July 23 in the Chapel of of Vallejo, Cat, the Bells~+R~no, Nev. .. Stocker and Feeder Sioux City Ia. -- This week, 8338 head of stockers and feed- ers went to area feedlots from the Sioux City Stockyards, up 2200 from last week and 150 few- er than last year. The receipts consisted mostly choice steers weighing 550 lbs. and over with a large number between 700-900 lbs. For the most part, trading was active with the market strong to 50 higher. There was a lot of demand for fleshy steers weigh- ing 850 lbs. which are suitable for a quick turnover in a feedlot. The average weight of steers this week was 743 lbs., 33 lbs hea~vier than last we~k and 17 be glad to hear that our FEED MILL is back in operation and work DAYS A WEEK. We'd suggest that you get yoru feed early be- busy season. It helps a great deal if we don't have to process order at the last minute. PROTEIN BLOCKS MOLASSES BLOCKS DRIED MOLASSES AMERICAN SALT (In 50-pound bags) CUDAHY MINERALS gain This Year We Have Automatic KETCH.ALL Mouse Traps ith attachment for drowning. Catches up to 15 mice in one Maury says, "There's nothing like the Ketch-All to catch If it doesn't work for you, return it and we'll give you your back." $4 for the trap. $1 Mr the attachment. Belle Fourche THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. August 25, 1966 lbs. heavier than last year. The average price this week was $25.70 per ewt. while the aver- age last week was slightly high- er, $26.29, and the average last year was $23.42 per cwt. Aver- age heifer weights this week were 689 lbs., 616 last week and 632 last year. Heifer prices were $22.87 this week, $1.00 lower than last week and $1.60 higher than last year. There were 1351 ,head of calves on the market .this week compared with 914 last week. The average choice steer calf weight was 452 lbs. with the average price at $28.53 per cwt. The average choice heifer weight for calves was 430 lbs. with an average price of $26.11 per cwt. Country Boys Bowling League Meets Wed. The Country Boys late Wed- nesday bowling league will meet WedflLa~day, Aug. 24 at 8 p.m. in the TCEA hospitality room. Joyce Grubb models a granny nightgown and cap at the Crook County Style Revue, Friday night. We're remodeling the building and need room - NOW! So... If you're in the mood for a new Chevrolet (we've got a couple of 1966 Buicks too) toddle on down to Spearfish Motor. The prices will surprise you . . as will what we'll give you on a trade-in. 1966 CAPRICE SPORT COUPE (Demonstrator), Power steering, power brakes '396 V-8 with Hydramatic. Aztec bronze, was $3959 1966 IMPALA FOUR DOOR (Demonstrator). Air conditioned, power steering and brakes, 327 V-8. Tropic turquoise. Was $3871.50. Now$3495 1966 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN Power steering, power brakes. 327 V-8; with powerglide. Bronze. Was $3716.20 Now $3395 Aztec 1966 IMPALA SPORT COUPE Power steering and brakes, powerglide. Was $3490.60 327 V-8, Marina blue. 1966 CHEVELLE SPORT SEDAN Powerglide, 283 V-8, White. Now $2845 Was $3040.55 1966 CHEVY II FOUR DOOR 6-cylinder, powerglide, Was $2629.80 Every car is equipped with radio Ind many extras not I1M1KI. Visit our lot. If your car is not quite up Lto the tough drivint season ahead, you'll probably be able to find a new Chevrolet to satisfy your needs and not stretch your budget. 741 Main Your Chevrolet and Buick Dealer Cll 2.23 7' :2"