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September 15, 1960

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Robert Priebe, Osburne, Hubert E. Mathews, Beu- announced the engage- forthcoming marriage daughter Teresa to Wil. Fertilization lawn is thin, yellow, or Probably is due to lack this month will give benefit to grasses dur- many weeks of mild Weather that will occur ~ext summer. ~e of several fertilizers such as 20 pounds or 10 pounds of a 10- 1,000 square feet. to spread the fertilizer If the weather is hot SOil dry, it may be desir- Wash the fertilizer into With a moderate water- fred Tope, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Tope of Belle Fourche. A Sept. 16 wedding is planned by the couple. your County Agent. Granular Type Wee~ Killers D. B. Granular and Benzabor, two dry type weed killers, are very effective on noxious weeds when applied in the fall before snow flies. These dry type weed killers will ~enerally sterilize the soil from one to two years. Temporary soil sterilization is especially adaptable on small patches of weeds. Many prefer the dry material over liquid as it eliminates spraying the weeds several times during the growing season. Ask your County Agent about these granular type weed killers and how they can be ob- tained through the Crook County Weed and Pest Control District. Casper Tuesday of last week af- ter attending the ram sales there and in Douglas and Buffalo. John- ny Snider spent Thursday night with Leonard and Larry Nichol- son. Mr. and Mrs. Snider were Friday dinner guests at the Fritz Chatfield home. Kenneth Faulk- her from Wyoming University was a Sunday morning caller and Mrs. J. W. Snidcr of Upton was an overnight guest. Mrs. Clara Roark who has been visiting at the Snider home returned to her home in Newcastle. Light frosts to hard freezes pre- vailed in the area during the past week. Reuben Hindman of Spearfish acompanied by Stanley Wegner were visitors at the Gene Hind- man home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Loren O'Haver and daughters and Tuff Vore were Sunday dinner guests at the Jim Habeck home. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hemler were Saturday guests. Mrs. Wilford Kennedy was a caller during the week. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rice and Mrs. Myrta Rice were in Sheridan and Spearfish during the week. Mr. Rice is working in town at the new hospital. Getting The Times New Lydia Ann Bucher, Spokane, Wash. Pvt. Martin R. Peterson, Fort Leonard Wood, Me. Capt. Jim Finney, Colorado Springs, Colo. Kaaren Katches, Minneapolis, Minn. Mike Lindsey and Tom Bennick, Laramie Nels J. Smith, Laramie C. J. Christensen, Beulah Renewals Reynard Mills, Upton Leslie Hauber, New Haven Mrs. Cleo Lindsey, Hollywood, Calif. Alden C. Robinson, Moorcroft 3. H. Altaffer, Moorcroft Mrs. Neal Cochran, Visalia, Calif. Sundance State Bank, Sundance Sundance High School, Sundance Jack and Jill Shop, Sundance C. W. Hayward, Sundance J. K. Bennick, Sundance Marion Thompson, Sundance Claude Dillon, Sundance Lyle Fall, Sundance Bob Pearson, Sundance Donal Grubb, Devils Tower C. H. Eitel, Moorcroft John D. Whities, Hulett Rodney Guthrie, Newcastle Carl Wilson, Alva R. D. Perkins, Minneapolis, Minn. Malcolm Bucher, Hulett Lydia A. Hauber, Hulett Wayne Wolff, Belle Fourche A. C. Reynolds, Moorcroft Mrs. E. J. Svoboda, Hulett B. L. Reynolds, Deerlodge, Mont. Wick Carr, Aladdin Lorey Anderson, Devils Tower Iver Pearson, Alzada, Mont. Wayne Baker, IIulett Mrs. Nellie Humphrey, Sundance Myrtle N. Wood, Hulett Helen J. Smith, Sundance Frank Toth, Upton Mrs. ttarold Richman, Portland, Ore. Roe A. Storm, Albion, Mont. Fred II. Simons, Beulah Ethel tIart, Sundance Clinton Holmes, Hulett Robert Bunney, Aladdin Pearl tlumphrey, Sundance Elizabeth T. Braadt, Zion, Ill. Mrs. C. W. Fowlkes, Dodge City, Kansas. James Guilford, Callaway, Nebr. A. E. Pickerd, Sundance F. J. Good, Sundance R. W. Bender, Sundance You count on heating comfort when you count on Standard Oil STANDARD Home Heating Ol|e with STA-CLEAN* assure .you clea.n, dependable heat. They're made to Standard's rigid quahty s~- ~ations in the same refineries that produce famous Standard Gaso- lines. STA-CLBAN, blended-in at the refinery, is your assurance of uninterrupted heating comfort. ~A-CI.aAN keeps your burner dean.. rust~ree and working like new. ", You Can Depend on Reliable DeF/vety and an Amp/e Supp/y from Phone AT 3-2465 $undance STANDARD I; STANDARD HOME HEATING'OILS WITH STA-CLEAN* *TRADEMARK Gasoline Tax Refund have until September for a Federal gaso- refund. The refund is Portion of the gasoline farm purposes. are based on two rates, gallon for gasoline October 1, 1959, per gallon on that since that date. This that the tax law was are available from Houston Creek Sept. 12 Fritz Chatfield returned Tues- day of last week from ram sales in Buffalo, Douglas and Casper after an absence of ten days. Dr. R. I. Port and hired man, Rich- ard Snider and Gee. Terry helped chop corn for silage last week. Mrs. Chatfield and Cheyrl attend- ed 4-H meeting Friday evening. Connie Carr was a weekend guest of Cheyrl Chatfield. Fritz and Chas. Chatfield are helping cut corn at the Port ranch this week. Mrs. Fritz Chatfield and Cheyrl and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Chatfield were Sunday dinner guests. Word has been received by rel- atives that Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bowers of Broadus are the proud agricultural agents or parents of a. baby daughter that the Internal Revenue arrived the past week. Mr. and who filed re- last year will automatically by Makes Low-Cost ground lumber-type posts and wire prom- low-cost yet ef- for the silo crop. the sides with kraft COvering the top with spoilage was held one percent of the stored in an experi- Shrinkage is als~J 12 percent on a 500 of the struc- se ~f loading and un- Mrs. David Young and little son of Sheridan were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Kennedy and Horold. Wyman Bushnell and Elmer Pickerd were Thurs- day dinner guests at the Kennedy home. Mrs. Margaret Kiser and Herman White were Sunday morning callers. Mrs. Mamie McAnally was a Sunday afternoon visitor at the Chas. F. Carson home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom WolfskiU were visitors at the Chas. Chat- field home one day during the week. Mrs. Louis Ewing of Rozet and grandson of Gillette and Mrs. Francis Grubb and children were Saturday visitors. Mrs. Chatfield and children visited her mother, can all be done Mrs. Iola Graham on Kara Creek with regular farm Sunday. All rain and snow Mrs. John Schelldorf was a outside the silo and guest at the A1 Schelldorf home silage. This helpsfor Sunday supper. Mr. Schell- dorf took his mother to Spear- information on fish Monday. of silo, contact Richard Snider returned from Fall clearance of ladies' dress shoes, oxfords, casuals, fiats and children's cowboy boots. Sale starts Sept. 14 at 9 a.m. and continues until all shoes are gone. 1000 pair of shoes go on this sale. We always have a big sale and this, one promises to be the best of all, with lots of goo~ quality, sizes and patterns to choose from. Come early fez best choice. 450 Pair Red Cross & Red Cobbles Cross For dress, oxfords, and casual wear, values from $11.95 to $14.95. Reduced from this sale to --- $6.95 250 Pair Jolene, Trim Treds and Victoria Cross for Dress Smart dress shoes, values to $11.95. Slashed to $5.95 200 PAIR OXFORDS, WEDGIES AND FLATS, all nationally advertised, good quality merchandise for only $3.95. 100 PAIR ACME COWBOY BOOTS FOR CHILDREN. Sizes from 8 through big boy size 6, a real saving for only $5.95. ONE LARGE TABLE OF ODDS AND ENDS of sizes for "WOW" $1.00 Where can you buy shoes any more for this price? This merchandise is from our regular stock -- not something bought for re-sale. See for yourself. NO REFUNDS NO EXCHANGES PLEASE Leonard Harold "Your Family Shoe Store" Belle Fourche, S. D. /