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THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Sept. 21, 1967 CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends in Sundance fo; their cards, flow- ers, visits and other acts of kind- ness and consideration shown us when our daughter and grand- da~tgthter passed away. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. Telgen, Dick & Machelle Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Edwards Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Telgen C~mtlmdng The Crock County Newe N|WS l An Independent Newspaper Publi~ecl Every Thurmby by The Tim~ Publishing Co. The Times Is a legal newsNper for ell publir~tiom. John B. Lindsoy, Publisher Chorlotte I. Llndsoy, Circulation Mamlger Howard Allen, News Bdlter m Subscription Rates: To P. O. Address in Wyoming, and Butte, Lawrence and Cart- er Ceuntles, $4.00 per year. To P. O. Address outside Wyo- ming S4.50 per ysor. i Minimum Subscription, 6 Moe. $2.50 NOTE: If changing address, please INCLUDE former ad- dress. Also give Box or Street Ne. ~ your ZIP CODE. Entered at the postof ee at Stmdance, Wyoming 82729, as second class matter under the aot of wm-c.h 3, 1879, CUSTOM AUTO CRAFT Glass - Body Repair Painting Ph. 892-2461 Belle Fourche, S. D. DR. J. G. BBTTS Osteopath Physician Spearfish, S. D. DR. OLIVER A. JEWETT OPTOMETRIST Ph. 8924171 Belle Fourche 615 Fifth Avenue Tuesday through Saturday Dr. T. H. PROCTOR OPTOMETRIST Ph. 578-1761, Deadwood Ground Floor, Franklin Hotel Building DR. CARL MOORE DENTIST Clarkson Medical Bldg. Belle Fourche, S. D. Tues.-Set., 8 Lm. to 5 p.m. Ph. 892-3785 Northern Hills Building Telephone 642-2644 614 Main, Spe~rfish Dr. C. H. Linander DENTIST Dr. D. M. Dailey DENTIST Dr. K. A. Allison OPTOMETRIST Virginia Ramsoy, EHE What grows in great variety ranks high in vitamins and min- erals, but is low in cost and cal- ories? Answer: The whole fam- ily of vegetables ~rom A - aspar- agus to Z zucchini. Fresh produce is ,highest in quality, lowest in price, when in season. And right now there's a colorful, bountiful array of late summer vegetables at stores and ~vayside stands all over the west, which is why seasonal veg- etables'have been d esigna.ted a Plentiful~Food-to-Feature by the United States Department of Ag- riculture's Consumer and Market- ing Service for the week of Sep- tember 17-23. Cabbage, sweet corn, onions, cucumbers, carrots, green p~p- pets and potatoes are especially abundant at this time of year. Tempting as it may be to casual- ly refrigerate fresh produce "as is" from the market, it is es- sential - for flavor and freshness-- ,that proper care be taken of such items. Remember .that green, leafy vegetables will wilt very quickly, chartgin, g in flavor ~as water evap- orates from the tissues. Vege- tables such as corn and green beans lose their sweetness within a short lime after picking, as theix sugar con ten.t changes to starch; they should be purchased Ss near as 1 ssible to the meal for which they are cooked and served. Most fresh, ~green vegetables keep well, and stay crisp if put in covered containers or .plastic bags and stored in .the refriger- ator. Lettuce and other leafy vegetables - including celery should at least be rinsed before storing, but should also be drain- ed thorously as too much moisture will ~hasten decay. Always sort vegetables before storing, ~nd discard at once any which are bruised and soft - do no.t store them with those ~Vhich are sound and firm. A note of caution: attractive as .this September's seasonal vege- .tables are, both in appearance and price, shoppers should be careful not to succumb to the ,tem~ation to buy large quanti- Lties which will lose freshness be- fore being used, or ~vhieh ~viJl present space problems in the refri, gerator. Moorcroft Sorority Chapter Holds Meeting Sept. 6 Omega chapter of .Beta Sigma ,Phi sorority, Moorcroft, met Sept. 6 at the ,home of ,Mrs. Pat Beckley with all members attending. Plans were made for rushing new members and for a Harvest Moon ball to .be held in Gillette. A lesson, ,the "Definition of ]-tappiness" and "To See and To Know" was given by Mrs. Ray- mond Sehlattman. Following ~he meeting, refresh- men.ts were served by the host. esS. Suncbnc., Wyo. Sept. 21, Typewriter Ribbons The Mr. and Mrs. Larry Addison, ,Gillette, are ~he parenCs of a da.ughter bern Sept. 6 at the Campbell County Memorial Hos- pi.tal in Gillette. The baby weigh- .ed 7 lbs., 8 ounces and has been named ~Betty Louise. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stall, New Haven, are the maternal grand- parents. Paternal ,grandp&rents are Mr. and Mrs. Russell Addison, Gillette. Monuments & Markers All kinds end sizes. right, quality unexcelled. sot them for you, no cl~rge. Cell collect or for appointment In your FRED BLAKEMAN Moorcroft, We wish to call your attention to some things that hive taken place during the past year: . j,, starting salary higher than the last Manager ever received? . _, At our last Annudl meeting it was moved and carried tl~ Capitol Credits be paid at this Annual Meeting. This has been a good year, according to the Tri.CoU~ff "report.'" Will we get some of our Capitol credits back 011 September 23? If not, why? Attend the Annual Meeting September 23 and ask so~ questions. VOTE FOR HARRY HABECK and CLIFFORD SCHULg|i.' THEY ARE ASKING QUESTIONS TOO. Committee for Better Tri-County Electric Assn. Sept. 14--21 MMM I Swanky lines distinguish the . Smart '68 Clle olet CaPrice Coupe Be sure to register for prizes - need not be present in order to win Your Chevorlet-Buick Dealer Spearfish, S. D.