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WANTAD RATES: 6c Per Word Each Insertion DEADLINE: Tuesday noon of Week to be inserted. MINIMUM CASH Insertion .... 50c MINIMUM CHARGE Insertion ............................. $1.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per Column Inch $1.40 CARD OF THANKS $2.00 BLACKFACE READERS Per Line ..................................... 35c NOTE: WANTADS not ordered to be published in consecutive is- sues of The Sundance Times must be reordered for each subsequent Insertion. end. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Mitchell went to Eastern Star in Hulett on Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Crago. Mrs. Preston Mitchell, Billy and John helped Mr. and Mrs. Preston Mitchell Jr. move into their new 14 by 70 foot mobile home in Sundance on Saturday. The Bearlodge Exercise Club met at the Gary Steele home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Steele got the fat pig and Mrs. Lloyd Vier- gutz the skinny one. Mrs. Fran- cis Madden and Brian were visit- ors. Gary Steele spent the evening with Frank and Charles Pearson, MODEL RAILROADERS. operat- FOR SALE ing He railroad. New member- and Francis Madden. Frank and FOR SALE: Shotguns and rifles- ships open. Call 283-1677 or 283- Charles Pearson, Francis Mad- why pay more? Buy your gun 1811. It den, Jerry Ryan, and Rick Bren- at the Coast to Coast Store in gle spent Friday evening at Spearfish - we trade. 35-39 .. Steeles. Our New Mr and Mrs Larry Magel, St FOR SALE: 1959 International Paul, Minnesota called at Frank ~ckup cab, good condition. 756- 1. 37-39" FOR SALE FOR SALE: 1970 Jeep, CJS., 4- wheel drive, vinyl top. 283-1077. 38-39* FOR SALE-- R'e sFer "Suffolk rams, 2 yearlings. Ph. 283-2850. 38-39* FOR SALE: Used color and black and white TV sets. Wide selec- tion of sizes and styles. Harl's 'IV Repair, 283-2115. 38tfn FOR SALE: Vacum cleaner, can- ister type, hardly used, $35. 283-1077. 38-39" FOR SALE: 1951 Cadillac, 66,000 actual miles, exceptionally clean. Call 283-3797. 39-40" FOR SALE: Apples. Call 283- 3363 after 4 p.m. It CONSIGNMENT Auction. Satur- day, Sept. 29 - 1 p.m. 2 ml]es north of Upton, U. S. 16. Furn- iture, tools, antiques, misc. Gladys Chapman. Ken Sackett, Auctioneer. lt* isn't complete but we are doing business every day. Come in and see us. We have a nice building rite for a split-level home, )riced right. The Sundance Apartment Motel is for sale. Apartments in the winter, motel in the summer. This business will pay for itself and make you a little extra money. Call for details MILE.HI Sundance Branch Rose Zella Proctor Phone Office -- 283-3477 Homo -- 283-3695 Pearsons Monday afternoon. Lar- ry hunts at Pearsons. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Madden and Brian spent last week visiting Gordon Shoemakers and at Pearsons. They left for their home at Glen- dive, Montana on Sunday. Lori, Sandy and Nell Ishmael spent Tuesday and Wednesday after- noon at Frank Pearsons. Mr. and Mrs. Ileff Myers, former resi- dents visited at Pearsons Wed- nesday afternoon. Harold Ander- son was also a caller that after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pear- son and Brian Madden called at Alfred Hutchinsons Thursday and at Wolffs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. John Me- line, and Mr. and Mrs. Rick Brengle and children went to the traveling card party at Colony Sunday afternoon. Almost all of the neighbors went to the funeral for Gust Wolff Saturday afternoon. He will be missed by all who knew him. FOR SALE: Farmers Income , ...... A discussion of homecoming -"- week events featured the Sep- Ta:~ Record Books at The 3-C'~ FACTORY authorized Norelco &tember meeting of the Sundance Remington razor service sta-High School student council. FOR SA~E--~9~-F-ord "pickup,tion. Prompt in warranty or Tins Sprague reported that it electric drill, .22 rifle, .30-30 out of warranty service. 24-hr. had been asked if there were rifle. Can be seen at Petersen mail service. Neugebauer Jew- any rules involved in judging the Lumber and Grain Co. 39-40* elers, Sturgis, S.D. It floats in the homecoming parade. ... ,,, j ~ The council decided the only rule ~HEJ WAl~d[ eclaytag?na_~oro_n,ao| was that all floats must follow the parade theme, "Comics." Events scheduled during the HELP WANTED: Maid, week- J Franchised Dealers | days only. Apache Motel. It homecoming wee~ are: "umeJ~ w~t we ~1~ matin Oct. 8 - Red and White Day - ~tr mamr tatka~t ~ everyone will dress in red and WANTED: Responsible man to work on ranch. Must be able to work alone with livestock and machinery. Wage plus live- stock. Contact Neal A. Garman, 283-2874. 39-40* WANTED: Maid, Bear Lodge Mo- tel, Sundance. 39-41 WANTED WANTED: Grain or livestock trucking. Licensed and Insured. Bill Mathews or Hubert E. Ma- thews. Tel. 307-283-2389 or 605 892-4744. 29 tfn Rent electric floor sanders, edgers, and polishers here. ttt tt We Buy, Sell or Trade Guns 714 Main 642-3351 Spearfish, S. D. I WANT to lease 100 ~o 125 cow ranch in Crook county. Write: Four Corners Route, SR Box O, Sundance, Wyo. 82729 35-39* WANTED: Cash register, prefer- ably small type. If you have one call 283-1130, or 283-1230 after 6 p.m. It FOR RENT Sept. 17-23 Claudice Pearson Don't forget the Turkey Shoot at Aladdin Sunday afternoon, Oct. 7. John Pearson went to Belle Fourche with Chester Hejde on Tuesday. FOR RENT: Trailer space for Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller spent parking at Beulah, Wyo. See from Friday-Tuesday on a trip Gee. Hoyer or call 643-3168.39-- to Cody, Jackson, into Idaho and 41" through Star Valley. Mr. and MISCELLANEOUS SEE BILL Thompson, Thompson Lock and Key Service, 627 5th Ave., Spearfish. 37tfn BEST of All Kinds of Insur. bonds. L. O. Tracy, Sun. lffn REDUCE excess fluids with Flui- dex water tablets at J.B.'s Pharmacy. 32-46 Mrs. Horace Anderson and Clau- dette Miller took care of things at home for them. Mr. and Mrs. Miller were at Dick Mosleys Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ryan went square dancing at Vale Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon El,el, Kaycee, Wyoming visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilard Viergutz. Mr. El,el is a brother of Mrs. Viergutz. Clayr Alexander spent the week end at home from his school at the School of Mines. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ryan and To Give Away: 4 male puppies Mr. and Mrs. Larry Byrnes and out of good stock dogs. Ph. 283- Linda Erich went to the NRCA 2850. 38-39* rodeo at Miles City last week- white. Oct. 9 - Theme Day - students will dress according to the home- coming theme, "Comics," with judging to be held and the win- ner selected from each class. Oct. 10 - Spirit Day.- the classes will put up signs m the halls with the signs to be judged on quality. Oct. ll - Dress - Up Day - ev- eryone is to dress up neatly. Oct. 12 - Quiet Day. The council decided to ask the junior high students to participate in these activities. Some type of activity during halftime of the homecoming foot- ball game was discu~,;sed and Kirk Ellingford was to consult band instructor John Gaylord to see if the band was going to perform at halftime. A skit by the fresh- men was discussed but not decid- ed upon since permission from the freshman class was needed. The council also approved a suggestion that the homecoming floats be taken to the football field for exhibit following the parade. Each class must clean up its own float after the game. The coronation of the home- coming king and queen will be held Oct. 11 in the high school gymnasium with the homecoming dance planned for the following night. The council agreed to have the opposing team invited to the dance. The Lettermen's Club will be asked to build the "S" for the burning ceremony. Kirk Ellingford, Tina Sprague and Peggy Talley were appointed to a committee to plan and dec- orate the front bulletin board dur- ing homecoming week. The council selected Peggy Tal- Icy to check with the Hulett and Moorcroft student councils on having the three councils meet three times a semester at the various schools. Results of the workshop held recently were given by Kirk EI- lingford. The general session of the workshop was broken into small groups which then discus- sed communication. There w~ also a session on evaluation, mor clinic and broken puzzle. THE SUNDANCE TIMES .., Sundance, Wyo. Sept. 27, lg/a Complete List of Items Including Antiques In Next Week's Paper to the music of & His -.on-- 9 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. fhu rs day s ar Our dining room is open Sundays from 4 to 10 p.m. PRIME RIB Thursdays and Sundays [U Fran and Verlin Griswold The Land Bank has always had both the desire and the resources to provide dependable long term credit to farmers and ranchers. Now, with the new Farm Credit Act, the Land Bank has the flexibility to help more people in more ways. If you haven't talked with the Land Bank people lately, you should stop In and get all the details about the new Land Bank and the new ways they can help you with a loan on land. LOANS ON LAND CHARLES G. SUTTON, MANAGER FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSN. BELLE FOURCHE, S.D. 57717 Note: Special Notice in this issue