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I, AIIIFIID RATll Dwdllne -- Tueeclay men ef week to be Ineertod. All Clmlfleda 4 trends weed each Imertlen. i.e l |l kfVee Reedm Ue wflnL FOR SALE IlIA oat IuY Cl~mlfled Display Ada--$1.00 per wlunm Inch. CARDS UP THANKP --- $1.00 Minimum ~ Immrtion SOL Minimum ~rge Inasrtien~ $1.00. \ WANTED Newspaper dealer in Sundance for There is much to be said about getting up early in the morning. Just the other day I heard thM. I wonder why it's never I~. Some weeks it's tough to write m column. But I promised beth my readers I'd produce one this week. As you can see, I have a new reader. For weeks my mother was I THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundence, Wyo. Sept. 21, 1967 enough time to think about the bond Issue ~xl then make an of- fort to vote Tuesday. You should have enough pride, enough re. spect, in your community to take part in helping eolve Its problems. If you don't there Is no o11 else. ~llen nCr0c~hmY e~oe; eiseTLnlJ~1 ~t the Chatfield ranch++, Mrs. Wilford ,Kennedy I old and Bill Cocker.man ~+vn Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. William of Seattle w~ho were Indiana. Mrs. old visited Mrs. IKamie in the afternoon. nedy Ft. Collins, Colorado on a, tour. Mr. and Mrs. Red ~t ~he Herman WhJ~ Sunday. Wyman Bushnell was heSS visitor in town ~1oyd Hawken +o the Harold SeheLldod dur g week. Ohas. and FrRz WAN'I~D: Wood 4rod/or eoel deuce. WriCe SSttn and Mrs. E+]mer Jensen and had dinner wRh them Monday eve- ning. John God~rey leR Monday after spending the summer months wKh his sister and ~ami, ly, the R~v. and Mrs. Patterson Keller. chief hive 4+11 studied the pros end cons. Repair of the old trucks was considered ~cl rejected. It w~ decided to ask the voters to approve new truck. Per~nally, I think new truck should selvQ the city's fire fight- Godfrey ~ visit triends and red. WANTED: Your old stamps for atives while enrouCe to B~falo, Veterans Hospitals. Enelose New York mPhere ,he will be am- your name ~or ;tcknowle6ge- ployed. ment and dtstribu+ion. Bunch Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mor- Hobbies, 'Box 1014, Hot Springs, 67747 S.u.. 36-39* ris and family Sunda~, were Mor- rigs brother and wife, Mr. and WANTED: Babysitting in my Mrs. Boh Morris of Lake City, home. Ph. 283-1330. lt* Colorado. lag problems for quite a few years. The amount of money involved is c~msiderd01e. On the other hand, the new truck, with its greater ca@abilities, would only have to prevent one major fire to pay for itself. City residents ought to take Orlo Jackson was in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Wednesday-Sunday via. Ring ,his mother Mrs. Alma Jack- son and ,his sister and her hus- band, Mr. and Mrs. WaRer Reedy. Rebekah-IOOF euctlon sale, county fairgrounds, Sundance, Sot., Sept. 30, 1 p.m. Of more importarN:e is the bond Mrs. Walter S. Reel]y, Denver, . Issue election coming up Ttmaday spent Saturday-Tuesday +vith ,her before voters of the city. The fate of a new fire truck hangs on the decision of the voters. The meyer, the council, the fire the 25th day of October, 1967. The date of ,the ~irst publication of ~his notice is Septemher 14, 1967. Crook County RecreatLon and Advisory Board By Is~ Richard J. Macy, Chairman. Publish Sept. 14-21-28. Accidents .................. 6941 County 19s7 Deaths ..................... I Injuries ...................... 55 .Accidents .................. 102 Houston Cree Sept. 18 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jergensen of West Bend, Iowa and Mr. and Mrs. Bob 3ohnson and Kirby of Miles City, Montana were visitors at .the Paul Cummir~gs home dur- ing the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Scaly were 'Sunday ~uests. ~pproximately five inches of moisture fell in .the area the .past week, includin,g two inches of snow. Mrs. Fritz Cha~field vi,si~+d Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Ch~tfield and Mrs. Marie Andersen during ,the week. Mr. Ohatfleld is confined o the hospital. She accompanied Mrs. Allen Edwards o Moorc~ Wed- nesday. (Mr. and Mrs. Cha~ield attended the local Farm Bureau .meetir~g Friday evening ,and on Saturday the 'family .~ttended the banquet in town. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Snider and Judy were Sunday dinner, guests at the Chat- field home. Mrs. Helen Lake and Sue and Gene Snell were af- ternoon visitors and Mr. and Mrs. Admitted Sept. 12: Thomas dance. Donna Dinkins, Ada Dowdy, Upton. Sept. 13: Edward Sundanee. Sever~ Rist, ,Florence Carr, Carlile. ~mes, Moorcroft. Sept. 15: Doris +Hall, Sept. 16: Ji.m Drake, ,Ariz. Clinton Hagerman, Sept. 17: M~argaret dance. J~tdy Sinclair, Sept. 18: ,Nave Davis, Dismissed Sept, 13: A+]dean dance. Sylvia Neff, Soren Ostby, Hulett. Sept. Thomas dance. Bonnie dance. JiLl Hooper, George Mowery, ulett. Ames, Mooreroft. Sept, 16: Donna dance. Jim Drake, Sept. 18: lvin Doris Halts, Upton. german, Upton. main in Suadmme. One build- ing or all. Contact John E. Box 118, Sundanee. fin WANTED: Someone to remove, sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. for the natrials, buildln~ on John Lindsey. Mrs. Reilly also proper~ located at 7th end visited her brother ,and wL+e, Mr. WANTED MY ,CHRISTMAS card a,lbums are in. Western and ,general, with or ~Itbout name. Contact Charlotte Lindsey, Sundance Times o~fice, 283-3411. 4~n FOR P,~NT: Small apartment, suitaMe ~or one person. ,Light housekeeping faci+]lties. Harold SeheHdonf, Ph. 283-2827. 3738* fOR RENT: FLOOR .andem and edge C, mnbl S.D. attn. FOR SA E: Apt. size bottled gas stove. Ph. 283-2,486. ltne FOR SABLE: Holstein milk cow, 5 years old, very good milker. Product of m'tificial insemin- ation via top sire. Calved around Sept. 17. Ph. 283-3524. 38-39 you can't be first every day. Of course, as the publisher wrote me in a memo iust the other day, you shouldn't be last ovary day either. What I'm trying to do here is get more people |nterested in arising early ~ enjoying these semo benefits I am ~ow getting. If enough of you get up at the first glimmer of dlybrelk take advantage of these fringe benefits, it won't ha too long be- fore they're all used up and then I can sleep in. Doggone, I'd sure like to be the first one some morning to open up. It would make my day. e weeks old. Champion blood- Unes. Ph. 283.2+50@ after 5. It* loyal reader and ~1~ re4mtly m~- ~ Crosby were Tuesday shoe= Casper Star-Tribune ,istad another fan for me. As | men, women an-d- boys. Dress understand it, he threw ~weyMiss Nelda Dillon of Saota Ana, guests at ~+he +Riehar~ or work ~ Will show "ne Contact mine of my mofllWl"S invoiom ,f California arrived S~turday night home and helped round~ and like ordm b'y eplxdnt, to spend ~ ~reeks wRh her ~ink Nussbaum ~as an a~ the store and he is being ixm~l- ~'ents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. ~ended PTA Tuesday n~l men~ Carl 283.1~4, Wilbur R.C. KEJTH izod. caller. Mr. and Mrs. Snt mU.vou. _ rams. Arrowhead Motel As I m4mtiormd above . there Rex Dillon and Peggy and other were aecommpanied bY is much to be said about getting relatives. up early in the morning. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Graham Hughes who was an or+ They won't let me print it hare, drove ~elr son RusseLl to Mts- guest. Mrs. Snider ca.]led MISCELLANEOUS Seriously, though, getting upsoula, Mon~lna Saturday where Martha .Bailey Thursday COMPI,EI laundry and dry early does have its advm t . I RusseLl enrolled at the University She accompanied Mr. eleaning service. Don'l Clean- speak with authority on this.of Mon~na where he pl.ans toRo~>ert SCanton and bffs. .major in forestry. The Grahams Roark of ,Rapid City ~ eel, Ph. 283-24@2. 48t.fn I'm so eager to get up in the +]is, Wyo. to visR her si morning I frequently best the drove ,to Missoula via BiMn.gs CIJ'S~M--A~Jk~ ~J[~[. alarm clock to the punch, where .they were joined ,by their Louise Conner in the lnlflon lerviee. All breeds Now abe~ those advantages I dattghter Karen for the +xip .to Mrs. Roark remained a available. Breed for quality mentioned. You get first crack Missoula. , A~ter staying overnight era returned Saturday. der wen~c +o Mid~ve+t F and added pro~lL Chester at the fresh air before it's been in Missoula, Mr. and Mrs. Graham for ~he football game HeJde, Allddin, Wyo., Ph. 283- breathed too many times, and Karen returned to their re- spective ,homes Sunday. day went ,to ,Laramie 3542. 7~D The first rays of the early sun Rebekeh-IOOF auction sale, Hubbard for state are yours along with the pure sol- county fairgrounds, Sundince,Snider was a itude of the young day., It's the Sat., Sept. 30, 1 p.m. ,guests of Cheryl Mrs. Chas. Chatcfield ( ....... Sundanee.lnm~anee' bonds. L. O. Traey,51ffn day.last peace end quiet you II get all Mr. and Mrs. +Frank Blakeman Eddie R. Chatfield ac I TIME PAYMENTS You get first crack at break,dined out in Spearfish monday evening in ?lebration o,f ,their Miss Ru.th Frolander o I and No HUNTING on any of our ]andfast. The kids are snoring in 24th wedding anniversary. City Monday. Francis ( their hammocks and you can have Mrs. Calvin H, ayward drove to .a Tuesday dinner .guest l GIFT CERTIFICATES owned or controlled.by us with- what you like. For instance,Newcastle Wednesday to stay with Chatfield home and Mr.. out wri,tten permission. Mr. jelly and toast or toast and jelly, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace J,ay Richards and O onna J at and Mrs. Charles Moore, Seely, What I mean is, you have a Boulden un,til Sa.turday. Mrs. ett were Wednesday < Wyo. 38-40* g3ests; Mrs. 'Leo Morris o~ choice. Later on in the day, you Botflden has returned ~co ,her Matson Sporting may not have a choice, home following her dismissal ,a d Mrs. Lee Crosby ~e] noon visi,tors. Mrs. Ohatf l Goods You walk to work early. Streets from the Weston County Memor- Mrs. Joe Graham ,were l and are mostly deserted. What few ial ~Hospital earlier this week. I Gambles Store people you meet are favored per- -- dinner guests at Che Gee sons like yourself. Everyone ex. ,home in Hulett. Mr. and J Spearfish, S.D. changes broad cheerful toothy NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE AND Chatfiel(] were Sunday ~, ) smiles and the greetings are full FINAL SETTLEMENT FOR guests at the Geo. Willey of little bubbles. You meet friend- ROAD WORK H3~ett. Mr. and Mrs C;~ FOR SALE: 3+bedroom house with ly dogs. Usually they've been out Notice is hereby given that the w e Sunday dinner guests and Mrs. Eddie R Chaffie full basement on lot 60x140. on the town all night and are Crook County Recreation and Ad- in the aflcrnoon vial.ted House 24x44 built in 1961. Con- grateful to see a living soul. visory Board has accepted as Chn~tfield at the hospital ~ tact Gene Spurlin, Sundance, The sidewalks are soothing to completed according to the plans t dad the Open ~House Ph. 283-381~+. 35-38 your feet. Much later in the day and specifications the work per- Medical Clinic. The Gee. FOR SALE: +House with seven they will hurt your feet and give formed under that certain con- family w(re Sunday eve~i lots, full basement. South Sun- I '~ you something called hustlers hip. tract dated the 10th day of Aug- Right now in the dew-filled hours, us t, 1967, bet.wean the Crook laura.at .the Chatfield and dance. Clair Roadifer, Ph. 642- SMALL APPLIANCE/ they are gentle and waft you County Recreation and Advisory Chatfiekl at the ,hospital. 3306, Spearfish. 35-38* Washer a.d Dqjer | qiuck,y to your place of endeavor. Board and Jim Storm, the con- Chatfield, Joe Graham av You'll notice that early in the tractor, on Keyhole Road Project Graham ,were business viSJ FORrefrigeratorSALE: One. $25.WestinghouSeone Tappan i TELEVISION [ morning, you get firsts at iust No. 1 consisting of shale topping Belie Fourche ThursdaY. gas range- ~$45. Younffstown J RADIO / about everything. This is one of and miscellaneous earth work on .... Mrs. Robert Cook, Sundance, REP ING shot at anything. Usually, we near the intersection of.the Moor- 0mind Ph. 283-3500. 37-38 are second best, like when wecroft County Road and the Pine II buy a used car and someone has Ridge Road .to the main entrance TrafficTo ~OR SAL~: 50 shares in the l [ uss