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Ira' the Black Hills of Wyoming The Sundance Times, Sundance, Wyoming Thursday, August 29, 1946 Wyoming's 1946 mill levy for.;, axation purposes will remain at iwo mills--reportedly the lowest a 11 western states. a" Earl R. Burns, chairman of the ~ate board of equalizatiou an_ e~OUnced that the 'board had decid_ u to fix the levy at the same rate as for 1945 and added that It Would produce "sufficient re_ ~,eZlue to meet the appropriations .z the 1945 legislature and the 1946 special session." 'T ,,, he board's action,' he said, ~a continuing the levy at two ~aills permits Wyoming to retain ilta present status of having the ~West per capita tax collection of [a.y of the 11 western states, ~ai.ch is approximately 23 per ee~t 'below the national average." t'T:he :board set the 1946 valua- t?0b for taxable property at $391,_ t48,250 an increase of over six lailllon 'dollars over 1945. &MP PADS AND ,STAMP PAD ~THE TIMES EOA:L VORMS AT THE TIMES Alva Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Nielsen left for their home in Buena, Wash. They were accompanied by Mrs. Lulu Nielsen and Mrs. Lana Col_ vin. Mrs. Willie Beard and Mrs. Chas. Ostrander returned to their home in Edgemont after visiting in Alva and attending the funeral of Grandma Ruland. Mrs. Marjorie Goodwin and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Odeneal left Thursday for Dallas, Texas. Clarence 'Simmons of Warner R~bins, Ga. is visiting his sister Delia French in Alva. Mr. and Mrs. Clare Negus and son Eugene were .calling on friends in Alva last week. They were on a trip from Oregon to S. Dak. Clarence Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Vic French and Jean were Sunday dinner .guests at Vernie Taylor's. W toming Mill Levy Goes Unaltered Rev. Lee L. Burton, Pastor ttULETT~Sunday school at 10 a. m. Worship service at 7:30 p.m. Midweek service Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. ALVA--Sunday school at 10 a.m. Worship Service every first Surtday at 11:00 a.m. NEW ,IIAVEN--Worship ser- vice every second and .fourth Sunday at 11:00 a.m. MOORHILL SCHOOL HOUSE-- Worship service at 2:30 p.m. ev- ery fourth Sunday of month. DEVILS TOWER--Worship ser- vice every third Sunday at 2:30 p.m. OSHO~O--Worship service ev- ery second .Sunday at 2:30 p.m. X SUNDANCE III~,THODIST Sunday ~chool--10 : 00. Morning Worship--ll:00. Evening Worship--7:00 Prayer Meeting Wednesday at 8:00. Choir Practice Friday 7:30. Rifle Pit Divide 2nd and 2tth Sundays after- noons. Sunday Scho)l 2:00 Worship Service 3:00 ---X CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCH * ".Christ Jesus" is the su~bject of A Smart the Lesson_Sermonwhichwillbe read in Churches of Christ, ,Scien_ tist, throughout the world Sun- day, September 1, 1946. The Golden Text is: "The fath_ to Build A Smart Home ~r judgeth no man, but hath committed all judgment unto the Son: that all men should honour Cinder Blocks the Son, even as they honour the USe Father.,, (Joh______~n: : 22,23 ) Miller Creek Indorsed by Architects and Builders Everywhere 16 REASONS WHY l~Strength: The highest structural efficiency Of any masonry building material. 2---Light Weight: Easy to handle; reduces building' weight. 3---Tough : Is not brittle. Will stand rough handling Without breaking. 4~Durable: Will not rot or decay--Not affected by temperature extremes or moisture--haproves with age. (12 other reasons follow) The Cinder Block Products Co. Box 485 Newcastle, Wyoming [ The Harold Miller threshing outfit, completed threshing grain at the Putman ranch Wednesday. We understand the yield and quality were good. Kathleen Moore spent Wednes- day at the home of her grand_ mother, Mrs. Storts. Chesney Rathbun com.bined grain at the Walters ranch last week. Mrs. Jimmie Montgomery ~pent Wednesday with Mrs. J. P. Solo_ nlon, Friends of Lee Graham were grieved to hear of his death last Tuesday and extend sincerest sympathy to the bereaved family. Mr. and Mrs. Pete IIayworth and Lyle Putmau were .business visitors in the Itills towns Thurs_ day. h'vin Itaptonstall moved his com.bine to his brothers Erretts grain fields, Friday. zelman and Solomon ran,ches. Mr. and Mrs. Don Tippets and children spent Sunday afternoon and evening at the Storts and Rathbun home. " Delores ,Walters xisited Sunday and Monday at the Hally Oudin home. Mrs. Rae Olson and cifildren were calling in this vicinity Sat_ urday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Myers are enjoying a visit with John Rog- ers of Missouri, the latters bro_ ther. A nice rain fell over this vicin_ ity Saturday night. It delayed combining and threshing opera_ tions, but put water in reserviors and helped gardens and pastures. Mrs. D. E. Wells and Fran were visitors at the Jimmy Montgom- ery home Friday evening. Bill Turgeon af Spearfish is visiting at the home of his sis_ ter, Mrs. Norman Miles. Reno Lytlt was a brief caller at the Oudin ranches Monday. x O,LD NEWSPAPERS--A LARGE BUNDLE FOR 5c AT THE TIMES LIVESTOCK BILL OF SALE BOOKS AT THE TIMES. Welcome Visitors A little time out is a good investment-- Come In--Join the Fun August 30-31. HI- WAY Service Station and Garage R. L. Vines Sundance Mrs. A. J. Montgomery took _.~" ~.~ , the bus at Moorcroft for Chey- ~"~'" - enne Wednesday evening, where "~ she attended a meeting of the !~./.-~,,.It Auxiliary. Glen Conzelman began thresh_ ing at his place last week. This week they are at the I:~ill Con_ t~ ~~ ~--~--~~ C, ONOCO H 0 W/) Y FRIENDS There's a real Western __,__:~:_,, Fair Visitors We]come--FromAll of us "N~ " " " We Welcome You at the Sundance Service II111 , tothe Fair Station. ~ ,o,o.o,, Welcome DRIVE IN--FILL UP WITH N'TANE GASOLINE SUNDANCE SERVICE STATION 8Undance, Wyoming If You Need Welding Or Drill Press Work SEE US FIRST Sisson's Welding and Machine Shop A. J. Altizer Sundance Merle Sisson And Cordially Invite You To Come In And Inspect Our New Store WE CAN SUPPLY ALL YOUR FOOD NEEDS The Finest Foods Expertly Prepared When In Spearfish Drop In for Lunch Or A Full Course Dinner AIRPORT CAFE Spearfish, South Dakota