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!ii ~ i !~ i i!q! For Victory Buy War Bonds The Sundance Times, Sundance, Wyoming Pvt. Chad L. Yeoman is now at the 325 Replacement Co., APe 551. @ Henry J. Reimer has been mov- ed to Camp Carson, Colo., where he is with MP Detachment A. SCU 1969. New addresses recently received include the followisg: Flight Officer David Landers, T7681, Officer Student Sec. 3rd AAF Repl. Depot. CAAB, Columbia, S. C. Pvt. William K. Mahoney, 17150545, Sec. H. Barracks 125 AAAB, Amarillo,. Texas. Pfc. Oscar Pearson Port Hq. Dot. C., SPE M. P. Cantonment, Seattle, Wash. In South Pacific Alva F. Ri~e, S 1-c, who is the son of Harry T. and Leota Rine of Oshoto, is now in the South Pa- cific somewhere, having been ~hipped out about the first of August, 1944. He enlisted in the USNR October 18, 1944 going through the Gillette board. Believed In Hawaii T-Sgt. Arthur Gerlg, who used to work in the Osohto and New Haven countries, is in Hawaii now as far as friends are able to find out. Ht enlisted in the army in the Spring of 1940 and is with an ntiircrft company. His APO Is 954. Receive Purple We art In The Black Hills of Statement of the Ownership, Man- agement, Circulation, etc., requir- ed by the Acts of Congress of Aug- ust 24, 1912 and -~Iarch 3, 1933, of the Sundance Times, publisl}ed weekly at Sundance, \Vyo. for Sept. 21, 1944 S~ate of Wyoming, County of Crook, ss. Before me, a notary public i~ and for the state and county afore- said, personally appeared Velma H. Butterfield, who having been duly sworn according to law, de- poses and says that she is the co-publisher of The Sundance Times and that the following is to the best of her knowledge and belief a true statement of the ownership, management, etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the Act of August 24, 1912, as amended by the Act of March 3, 1933, embodied in Sec- tion 537, Postal Laws and Regu- lations 1. That the names and address- es of the publisher, editor, man- 1944. frpm the Christian Science John E. Lindsey, book "Science and Health Notary Public.Key to the Scriptures" by (5Iy commission expires April 20,Baker Eddy: "Christian 1947). reveals God, not as the author CHURCH OF CHRIST, sin, sickness, and death, but SCIENTIST divi~e Principle, Supreme "Are Sin, Disease and Death Mind, exempt from all evil." Real?" is the subject of the Les- & H 12751 -19). son-Sermon which will be read in Churches of Christ, Scientist, throughout the world Sunday, Oc- tober 8, 1944. The Golden Text is: "0 Lord my God, I cried unto thee, and thou hast healed me. O Lord, thou hast brought up my seul~ from the grave: thou hast kept areeased, phlegm me alive, that I should not go :irritated down to the pit." (Psalms 30: 2, 3). VapoRub on throat, Among the citations which at bedtime.. Blessed relief as to comprise the Lesson-Sermon is tubes the following from the Bible: ~T|~t~T~S chest "Thou rt worthy, O Lord, to re-faces like a warming poultice. ceive glory and Honour a~d pew- Often by morning most of th~ er: for thou hast created all try of the cold is gone! things, and for thy pleasure they 0~LY~P0~U~iYe$~o~ this Pfc. Jimmy Montgomery, who is with the First Marine Divis- ion, is believed to be with the Marines in the current heavy fighting in the Pacific. His par- ents recently received his purple l~eart and also the shrapnel piec- es which wounded him on Cape Gloucester. These were brought to the states and sent to them by the corpsman who tended Jimmy when he was wounded. Frank Sipe of MDorcroft, writes his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Manual Sipe, that he was at the New Hebredes ialasds for a while and that he had a swell trip and is en- Joying his experiences very mech. An Air Service Command Depot (Somewhere I~ England)--Sgt. Merle A. Slason, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis M. Sisson, Moorcroft, Wyoming, has won high commen- dation for helping to shatter world's records overhaoling air- craft engines at this Air Service Command depot. He and his fel- low mechanics overhauled en- gines last month totaling two and a half million horsepower, the highest figure recorded since Air Service Command .began op- elations in England. "A knock- out 'blow against Germany" was the way his Commanding General, Brigadier General Isaac W. Ott described the contribution of ~t. Sisson whose extra effort makes it possible to maintain a con- atsnt air cover over allied armies rolling through Germany. Be- fore entering the Air Forces in Oct. 1942 he was employed as a mechanic ,by the Mooreroft Motor Co. Sgt. Sisson attended A. IW. SchoOl, Lincoln, Nebraska and in ~ngine Specialists School in De- troit, Michig~tn. Cpl. Sidney A. DeWltt of the U, S. Marine Corps, who is some- where in the Pacific, receives his mail at Hq. Seacoast Artly., 9th '~Defense Bu. FMF Care Fleet Post Office, San Francisco, Calif. COl. I~Witt is a Hulett boy. for Cattle, Sheep, Hogs and Poultry Made by Quaker Oats Co. Dr. Salisbury's Medicines WE BUY POULTRY AND GRANDVIEW HATCHERY Belle 'our e, South Dakota aging editor and business roans- New Orleans 12, La. Oct. 4-- gers are: John E. Lindsey a~d Private Howard E. York, whose Velma H. Butterfield, Sundance, wife. Mrs Elizabeth Ann Lan- Wyo. ning York resides in Aladdin, Wy- oming, has been assigned to the Army Service Forces Training Center, Camp Plauche, for basic military training. After six weeks basic work he will receive nine weeks of special- ized training to fit him for duty with the Transportation Corps which is charged with the mission of transporting men and war ma- terials to theaters of operaticms throughout the world. Prior to induction Private York was a shipfitter employed by the Puget Sound Navy Yard, Bremer- ton, Washington. Govt. Has Service Flags for Ovld Star Families Congressman Barrett has been requested by the Quartermaster General's office, to advise the fa- milies of those members of our Armed forces who died overseas that a flag will be presented to them simply by filling out a brief application and presenting proof of death. Copy of the notice from the war department received by them is ample proof. Veterans Bureau Form 2008, for making application for this flag can be secured by writing Congressman Frank A. Barrett, House Office Building, Washington, D. C. X Typewriter Ribbons- The Timea 2. That the owner is: Times Publishing Co., Sundance, Wyo., owners: John E. Lindsey and Velma H. Butterfield, both of Sundance, Wyo. 3. That the known bondholders, mortgagees and other security holders owning or holding 1 per- cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages or other securi- ties are: Mrs. Winifred Dunn Worland, Wyo. Sworn to and subscribed befor~ me this 21st day of September Remember lhe Name A Man of the People for are and were created."(Rev. 4: oal double action. It's 11 ). home-proved... The Lesson-Sermon also in- remedy for reliev- ing miseries of '. eludes the following passages chi|dre~,s co~c~.. Spearfish, S. D. Empress FLOUR 26 lb. ~)omey'8 onathan 1lb. (1 Quart ........ ~9c) OIAl The'heavy foot" has been replaced by great headwork in Wartime driving. And that's a great hint for the future. e "Scorchers" are rare. The cops have to look thrice--and even then what they mostly see is skilled, ticket-proof driving that earns their respect. For as experts they know that's really how to get there, without taking it out on your car. You too, knew it all the time, but war "alerted" you to it --and you're staying alert. Now be still more alert to the perils of engine acids. Those can be curbed by one brainy move.., by having your engine OIL-PLATED. Changing to Conoco Nth motor oil --at popular price--is all it takes to own all OIL-PLATED engine. One spe- cial characteristic of OIL-P~ATn~ is the ac/d-resistance that costly pioneer rematch d veloped, acid-fighter --om-P t a --become surfaced to your engine's fine inner finish as closely as chromium plating could be. That's made possible by Conoco Nth oil's special ingredient whose magnet-llke nature holds O~L-PLATn~G direct to metals---square in the path of the acids always created by every engine explosion. Contact between acids and metals is checked. Then so is corrosion. And now here looms the sea- son of lowest engine temper- atures--unable to dear out acids sufllciently. So they could now do their worst--but not with your engine safely Ore- PLATED by Conoco Nth motor oil. Get it at Your Mileage Merchant's Conoco station. Today. Con- timmtal Compeny 'MOTOR OIL