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September 28, 1967

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Subscribe to The Times CLASSIFIED RATES Deadline -- Tve lay 14 week to be IMerted. All Clmiflede 4 gents each Imertlon. LNal Bledcfoce Readers per Iie . lmifled Display Ads--4;1.00 per column Inch. CARDS OF THANI~ -- $1.00 Minimmn c4mh irmertlon 50e.. Minimum Charge In~rflon. Sl.00. FOR SALE wn TRADE, BUY AND grow mui used guns msd sport. gooc C, amb Sporting Good Spe 8. D. &StUn payments of $6.20. WriCe Cred. it Manager, P. O. Box 3281, Cheyenne, Wyoming. 82001 39-42 FOR SALE: 8 Corriedale ram lambs. Mrs. Harry Reynolds, Sundance. It FOR SALE: Take over payments on two-bedroom 10x50 trailer house, 1964 Nashua. Cahl 283- 2813. 30-49 FOR SALE: One Tappan 40" gas range - $45. 42" Youngstown kitchen sink with cabinets - $40. Mrs. Robent Cook, Sundance. Ph. 283-3500. 39tfn TIME PAYMENTS and GIFT CERTIFICATES at Matson Sporting Goods Gambles Store Spearfish, S. D. ) umim FOR SALE: 50 shares in the Rockypoint Grazing Association. Chuck Williams, Ph. 756-3210, MooreroR, WFO. 38-40" FOR SALE: Holstein milk tow, 5 years old, very good milker. Product of ,artificial insemin. ation via top sire. Calved around Sept. 17. Ph. 283-3524. 38-39 MY CHRISTMAS card a*l.bums are in * Western and ,general, with or withouth,, name. Contact Charlotte Lindsey, Sundance Times o~fice, 283-3411. tfn FOR SALE: Personalized Christ- MISCELLANEOUS COMPLETE laundry and dry cleaning service. Den's Clean- ers, Ph. 283-2492. 48tfn C~STOM AR22FICIAL INSEM- ination service. All breeds available. Breed for quality and added profit. Chester HeJde, Aladdin, Wyo., Ph. 7tin THE BEST OF ALL KINDS OF insurance, bondL L O. Trmey, Sundanee. 51re- NO HUNTING on any of our land owned or controlled by us With- out wri~en permission. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moore, Seely, Wyo. 38-49" NATIONAL Tavghee Sheep Show and Sale Saturday, October 7 - show 10:30 a.m. Sale 1 p.m. Fairgrounds - Billings, Montana. Stud and range rams, flock reg., and stud ~ves. 39-40 We RqNIr TIMEX WATCHES for free estimate. Hanes News Stand And l I mas cards. Arna Duca, 283- Jewelry 2541_ It* Gillette, Wyoming FOR SALE: 1964 Plymou~h 4- ~ door, Slant Six, 35,000 miles, perfect condi`tion, new ~ires, $1200. L. O. Tracy, Sundance. 39-40 FOR SALE: German ~hepherd pups, 40hp.~apeake Retriever, I RADIO I 1968 SIN~ER ZIG ZAGS, 'burton- holes, monograms, embroiders, blindhems. There s all this and I GAMBLES I much ~nore. No attachments to ! I buy. In walnut console. Pay | Spee~sh, S.D. J balance of $37.00 or ake over We want to welcome everyone to Sundance for Sundance Homecoming Day, Friday, Sept. 29. Offices: Sundance, Wyoming FOR RENT FOR RENT: ELECHtIC FLOOR sanders and edgers. Gambles, Spem-nsh, S.D. 48t . WANTED WANTED: Someone to remove, for the materials, buildings on prope~'y located at 7th and main in Stmdance. One build. lng or all. Contact John E. Lindsey, Box 68, Sundance. tfn WANTED: Wood and/or coal kitchen heater; used quilting frames. Write Box 43, Sun- dance. 35tfn WANTED: Your old stamps for Veterans Hospitals. Enclose Four name for acknowledge- ment and distribution. Bunch Hobbies, Box 1014, Hot Springs, 57747 S.D. 36"39* State 1967 1966 Week of Sept. 25, 1967 ,Deaths ........................ 116 120 Injuries .................... 3113 2827 Accidents ................. 7187 6842 County 1967 1966 `Deaths ....................... 1 1 Injuries ...................... 55 54 Accidents ................ 102 82 Regular Meeting Held By Hulett Rebekahs Fifteen members attended the regular meetirtg of Hulett Rebek- all Lodge No. 34 Sept. 22. The lodge made plans for the distri~ meeting to be held in Gil- ~lette Oct. 14 and for the Assem- bly President's visit Nov. 29. Della Grant gave a report on ~Che origin of ttebekah lodges. Members of the Past Noble Grand club will meet at the ~home of Norma Moore at 11:30 a.m. Oct. 3. Lodge meetings will start at 7:30 p.m. beginning with .the Oct. 13 meeting. Open House is Set For Former Residents ,Open house honoring Mr. and Mrs. Vern Duff, forlner Sundanee residents, on their 25th wedding anniversary will be held Saturday ~rom 2 ,to 5 p.m. The open house will be held at ~he home of Mr. and Mrs. Ken- net, h Kerns, 216 First Ave., New- castle. Town and Country Bridge Club Notes Mrs. Roger Thomas was hostess ~or the meeting of %he Town and Country Bridge Club held in her home September 20 with three tables of cards in ,play. Mrs. Mur- ray Collins was a guest pl, ayer. High scorer mas Mrs. Thomas; second ,high, Mrs. C. D. Roberts and low, Mrs. James M~uckln. The nex~ club meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Lee Schloredt. from Cecil Crago Ph. 283-1623 Sundance You may win one of 1000 '68 Mustangs or one million dollars In Cash Prizes Offered Across the Country " $I00, $25, $5, $I NO PURCHASE NECESSARY Come in today - you may be a winner WELCOME TO HOMECOMING Ph. 283-2465 Sundance