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la the Black Hms of WyonJng The Sundanee Times, Sundance, Wyoming |1 , i , Classifieds ADVERTISEMENTS APPEARING W~[DEI~ TI-LIS HEADING WILL DE OHARGED FOR AT THE RATE OF lc PER WORD, CASH. ][[]~[~L~M CHARGE ............... 15c BI~IND ADS ............... 25c EXTRA CARD OF THAI~KS ....... $1.00 KBG16~I~ERED H E R E F O R D ~bull8 for sale.mYearltngs and twos. ~ Dillon B. Ruland, Al- va, Wyo. 6tfn ]POR ~kI~_,---USED FURNITURE and Stove~.NThompson ~Iotor Co., Phone 87, Spearfish. ANYONE INTEREST,ED IN trading hogs or cattle for live- ato~k feed contact Grandview Hatchery, Belle Fourche. Have ~me feed with sacks damaged. 18 tfn. a~kI~ REPRESENTATIVE AND Demonstrator for Fine line of popular priced Cosmetics L~beral commission on new and repeat business. Part or full time- would consider giving exclusive sales agency for large area with privilege of appoint- ins sub-agents. Now is the time to start a profitable busi- ness of your own, no invest- ment is required. Please give full details in first letter.-- House of Shaw, Memphis 3, Tennessee. 36-42 * NORTHWDST BUS SERVICE -- Spearfish to Moorcroft, daily except Sunday. Leaving Sun- dance 12N, return 5 P. M. 37-40 LIFE'S POPULAR PRE-WAR renewal rates now in effect-- 2 yr. $7.00, 3 yr. $10.00. Of- fer expires Nov. 10. -- Mrs. i Hilton, agent. 38tin ! 1940 MODEL 6 FT. KELVINA- tor refrigerator for sale. Like new., Damon Stevenson, Moot- croft, Wyo., Ph(me 37F2. 3840* ~E}WING MACHINE REPAIR W. H. Butterfield, Phone 37, Sundance. FOR SALE--CHEYENrNE WIN- ter SEED WHEAT, price $1.30 per :bushel. Bill C. Bush, HuN ett, Wyo. 39-40 ak. IN'I~ERES'YED IN T R A 'D I N G standard size boy's bicycle for small size bike. W.H. But- terfleld, Sundance. LARGE TRUNK WAN'~D Olive ~chelldorf, Sundance. It FOR SALE 100 HEAD GOOD breeding ewes. Ages from 3-6 years. Also 3 Rambouilett [ Theater I I ; 8:00 1~. M~ Thiz WEDNESDAY THURSDAY OCTOBER 3--4 Lou Costello Bud Abbott in LOST IN A HAREM with Marilyn Maxwell and ~immy Dorsey and His Orchestra Music ! Mai&ens ! Merriment SATURDAY--SUNDAY OCTOBER 6--7 MINISTRY OF FEAR Ray Milland with Karjorie Reynolds ~xt WEDNESDAY -- THURS. PRACTICALLY YOURS Starrim Olndette Colbert L, lhml Maalg~y Bucks and 1 Purebred Lincoln. For information contact H. F. Davis, Upton-Sundance Rte. 40-41 WANTED -- MARRIED MAN without children or single man for general ranch work. Mrs. E. E. McKean and Son, Moor- croft, Wyo. 40-42 FOR SALE--JOHN DEERE FAN- ~ing mill. Same as hew. Gee. Carr, Carlile. 40-41 AUCTION SALE---ABERDEDN- Angus registered cattle, Oct. 18, Dickinson, N. Dak. High quality animals from most popular families of the breed will be offered including 26 bulls, most of which are ready for heavy service, and 42 young females carrying ser- vice of some of the outstand- ing bulls of America. Free catalog on request. M. H. Mc- Donald, Secretary, NDAC Far- go, North Dakota. FOR SALE--HEATING STOVE, coal or wood. Would trade for grain. -- Elite Pattinson, Sundance. 40-41 .FOR SALE --i OUTSTANDING registered hereford bull from the O'Brien herd, six years old. 1 Large Registered Here- ford bull from the A. B. Har- din herd, 4 years old. 1 Good Gue~-nsey milk cow. gentle and easy to milk, 6 years old, fresh March 1. -- Frank Tinkcom, Sundance. lt* FOR SALE--700 HEAD 2, 3 and: 4 year old ewes. -- Glenn Wil-i liams, Sundance. It ----X --Discharges (Continued From First Page) Stays In California Edward J. Marenda, son of Mrs. Orph~a Rush of Sundance, was given his discharge at Los Angeles on Sept. 23, 1945 and is now living there at 1336 W. 76th St., Zone 44 his papers show. Ed- ward has 15 months foreign ser- 'vice from May 12, 1943~thru Sept. 6, 1945 when he left to re- turn to the states. He partici- pated in the battles of Normandy, Northern France, the Ardennes, Central Europe and the Rhine- land. No other information was given on his honorable discharge papers. 8 Returns to Hulett Pfc. Oscar F. Pearson is back in Hulett from Canada where he has been since May 26 of this year. He .left ~ept. 17 to return to the states and received his discharge Sept. 25 at Ft. Logan, Colo. Although he was in service outside continental United States for only a short time, Oscar has been in the army since April 30, 1941 and served as a longshore- man most of that time. Released By Hospital Another from Hulett to be re- leased was Pvt. Albert J. Davis who received a medical discharge at McGaw General Hospital at' Walla Walla, Wash., on Sept. 22, 1945. He planned to return to Hulett, his discharge showed. He was inducted October 17, 1941 and, as *an automatic rifleman, served with the infantry in the .battle of the Rhineland where he was wounded Nov. 30, 1944. A Purple Heart was presented him Dec. 19, 1944 and he was return- ed to the states February 25, 1945 for further hospitalization which was followed by a lengthy furlough spent at Hulett. He had been overseas from June 15, 1944 and put in 8 mont'hs, 11 days in foreign :service. He has the Europeon African Middle Eastern service medal. Marine Discharged Sgt. William Charles McAllis-l ter, a marine from Devils Tower, I was given his discharge Sept. 14, I 1946 at Camp LeJeune, N. C. where he has been most of the time since his return to the states August 1944. He enlisted at Rapid City Dec. 22, 1941 and was overseas tn the South Pacific 2 years, 5 m(rnths and 14 days in the fighting at Ouadalcanal, Tul,agi and Bougainville. He was occupied as an AA Machine GunI crewman and as a carpenter andI hopes to follow that trade nowI in civilian life; he expressed aI preference for California. Be- ] fore entering the marines Bill was employed ~at the Bill Nefsy] ra~lch. He is a brother of Mrs. Ted Theme of Devils Tower. Three From Moorcroft Given Discharges T-5 Lee R. Glover. forlueriy of Moorcroft, was released Sept. 24 at Ft. Dix, N. J. when he gave 45 Green Ave.. Madison, N. J. as his permanent address. He work- ed as a farm hand at Moorcroft before enlisting Dec. 19, 1941 at Fort Rose(:rans, Calif. During his time overseas he was a half-track driver and was in the battles of the Ardennes in Central Europe, Normandy, Northern France, Rhi.ueland, Sicily and Tunisia. His ETO rib.ben carries the bronze arrowhead indicating his his group was in a spearheail movement. He also has the Good Conduct medal. Lee is a brother of Bill Glover of Oshoto. Pt:c. Glen Gil, bert Gill is anoth- er from Moorcroft just released. Glen, who was in the Marine corps, enlisted at Minneapolis, l~lnn on Dec. 20, 1941 and was overseas 2 years, 3 months serv- ing as a Light and Heavy Ma- chine Gun NCO. He was wound- ed while in the Solomons and lat- er fought at Tarawa, Saipan, Guam, and Tinian. He was re- leased Sept. 21, 1945 at the NB-: NAD, Puget Sound, Wash., and is now not quite 21 years of age, having 'been born at Moorcroft PUT YOUR FEET House Slippers Womens Size 4 to 9 $1.35 to $2.89 Mens, Sizes 6 to 11 $L50 to $3.59 O DURFEE'S "Everything to Wear" Sundance, Wyo. Nov. 1, 1924. His discharge pap- ers show that he is now married. T-$ Fredrick W. Kranzler, who formerly worked at the J. D. Lantz ranch at Mooz'croft, was also discharged Sept. 24, 1945 at C, amp Hood, Texas. Inducted March 27, 1942 he served as a truck driver and now has the Combat Infantryman badge, the European African Middle Eastern Service Medal and the Good Con- duet medal to show for his part in the B'attles of Normandy, Rhineland, Central Europe, Nor- thern France and the Ardennes. He was overseas 1 year 2 months and 19 days, having shipped out March 23, 1944 and left for his return ,to the states March 21, 1945. He arrived in port June 11, 1945. His home address is Leola, S. D. where he was born June 22, 1920. Returns to Aladdin Home after three years of ser- vice with the Marine corps is Pfc. Otto Carlson of Aladdin. Ot- to arrived there last Tuesday and will remain on the ra~ach. He saw action with the marines in their assault on (}uada~eanal ,and i~ the Martanas and has been ~back in the states since June, 1943. Air Corps Releases Two S-'Sgt. Jack Ripley, formeTly of Hulett, received his honorable discharge on Sept. 20 from Mc- Clellan field, Sact~amento, Calif., and has retum~ed to Rozet where bis parents live. His ri/ybons include the ETO with five bronze battle stars, the Air Medal with. 4 Oak Leaf clusters and the Good Conduct. On one of his 35 mis- sions ilown out of England ~he was forced to bail out of his plane over Prance but landed in friendly territory. His air corps service extended over 2 years ~nd 2 mo~ths. He returned to the states this spring. S-~Sgt. Wayne K. Eldridge of Stroner, also of the army air corps, has returned to ranching following his discharge at ,Lowry field, Denver, Colo., Sept. 19. He entered .the service Dec. 13, 1941 and served overseas as a waist gunner on a B-17 with the 8t'h army air force in the European theater. He has been awarded the Air Medal with three Oak Leaf clusters the D, istinguished Thursday, October 4, r Flying Cross and one battle otl the European defense His wife has been living in lette awaiting his return. X ON TERMINAL LEAVE Ist Lt. Herbert H. Bush of ett was in Sundance Thursda An officer in the air corps, 'h# says he has a terminal leave, noi a discharge, although he to receive the latter soon. cousin, 1st Lt. Jerry P. Bush, also be home soon, also with terminal leave, Herb said. X Threshing books for sale at Times, Sundance. BELLE THEATER Belle Fourche, South Dakota Friday, Saturday, Oct. 5th, Double Feature Program Evening Shows 7:00 & 9:30 Matinee Saturday 1:30 3ames Craig., Donna Reed in "GENTLE ANNIE" and ~ohnny Mack Brown, Raymond Hatton in "FLAME 0F THE WEST" Chap. No. 14 "MANHUNT MYSTERY ISLE" Play "WAHOO" Saturday Sunday, Monday, October 7, Continuous Shows Sunday 2:00; 4:30; 7:00 & 9:30 Monday Evening 7:00 and 9 $oan Fontaine, George Brent "AFFAIRS OF SUSAN" with Dennis 0'Keefe, Rita ~ohnaon Paramount News and Selecttut Short Subjects Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday October 9, 10, 11 Evening Shows 7:30 and No Bargain Prices Talluhh Bankhead, Win. in "A ROYAL SCANDAL" with Charles Coburn, Anne Selected Short Subjects Federal Housin9 Loans --Are Back-- We Make Them ! A monthly payment just like rent, and when time is up you Own our Home TOWNS IN THIS TERRITORY NEED MORE HOMES I Serving this territory in safety for FIFTY YEARS Established 1895, A. D.