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i/i For Victory Buy War Bonds The Sundance Times, Sundanee, Wyoming In The Black Hills of Wyo. EXPECTED HOME Pfc. Maynard High was expect- ed in Gillette last week from Ft. Lawton, Okla. He has completed 26 months overseas service in the Asiatic-Pacific combat zone. Pfc. High is one of those who wen from the Crook county board. Evening Shows 7:30 and 9:30 Matinee Saturday 1:30 Continuous Shows Sunday at 2:00; 4:30; 7:00; 9:30 Friday, Saturday, Oct. 6, 7 Double ature Program immy Lydon, Charlie Smith in "HENRY ALDRICH BOY SCOUT" and Russell Kayden, Bob Wills in "SILVER CITY RAIDERS" Chapter No. 4, "TIGER WOMA_W' 13lay ' Alt00" Saturday Night Sunday, Monday, Oct. 8th, 9th Eddie Bracken, Betty Hutton in ' KI kCI, E OF KORGAN S CREEK" with Diana Lynn, William Demarest News and News Reel Forum Selected Short Subjects plus Disney Cartoon In Color ' ELICAN AND SNIPE" Here Is A Great Show Tuesday, Wednesday, Oct. 10, 11 1robert Watson, Alexander Pope in "THE HITLER GANG" Viotor Varconi, Martin Koslock with Don't Miss This Picture. The story of the greatest stets that ever lived. Selected Short Subjects Thursday 0nly, Oct. 12 Bargain Night Everybody Half Price Bring the Whole Family Sin ne Simon, Yames Ellison in " 0HNNY DOESN'T LIVE HERE ANYMORE" Selected Short Subjects ! f g Seely Mr. and Mrs. George Richards of The Black Tail vicinity were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Tremble Sunday, Sept. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stover and little daughter were Sunday eve- ning callers of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Svoboda. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Page and family were callers in Seely and o~a Little Missouri Sunday, com- ing over from Black Tail where they now reside. Mr. and Mrs, D. L. Hassan vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. John D. Seely Sunday, Sept. 24th. Mrs. Carl Johnson and little sons were business callers in Seely Sunday evening. John D. Seely left on a business trip Sept. 25th, going to Gillette, Casper and Douglas. Frances Ballou shipped lambs during the week. Leo Osborn is carpentering at the Carl Johnson ranch this week. Home from Alaska Pvt. Harold Lee Bear, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bear who now reside in Moorcroft, is home on a three weeks furlough. This is Harold's first leave from Uncle Sam's army since he was inducted two years ago last Ap- ril. He has been serving l~ Alas- ka for the past two years and from here will report back to duty in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Page were trading in Seely Thursday, Sept. 28th. Harold Wells Jr. trucked a load of cattle to the Belle Fourche Livestock Exchange on Sept. 28th for John D. Seely. Mr. and Mrs. V. B. Ackerman were shopping in Seely and called at the school one afternoon dur- ing the week. Dr. Clarenbach of Sundance, 'was called recently to attend Mrs. F. A. Bush who was ill at her home. Her many friends wish her a speedy recovery. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bay drove to Moorcroft Wednesday, Sept. 27 to see their nephew Pvt. Harold Lee Bear who arrived on furlough the first of the week. He return- ed with them and is spending a few days visiting on this divide. His many friends are happy to see him and he shows how well Uncle Sam treats the boys. John D. Seely was a business caller at the Kuver ranch near Gillette early in the week. Mrs. Maude Dorsett and son, Ray and Ernest and Harold Bear went to Moovcroft Friday to spend the day at C. L. Bear home, Mr. and Mrs. 01e Lee and daughter Ruth are spending Fri- day with Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dodd. Win. Lobban, Roy Wright and Ole Lee, are purchasers of new tractors on the Seely divide. X. IS ASSISTANT COLLEGE INSTRUCTOR Donald Gr~', well-known 1944 Gillette high school graduate, who is attending Black Hills Teach- ers college, has been appointed as- sistant instructor in the chemistry department of that school. Don- ald, who is a freshman, is 17 years old. He is the son of Ruth J. Grey of the Newcastle grade faculty who is well known in this county. Mrs. Joe Allread left Saturday for Teckla, Wyoming where she will spend a week visiting her daughter, ,~frs. Lester V~'right a~d family Dorothy Schultz Starr was a passenger on the mail to Upton Monday on her way to Washing- ton ~-here she expects to spend ~everal months visiting the Tom Davis family and other friends. She may stay there and go into defense work she says. l Personal Items Mrs. William Ve~ner of Mon- roe, Michigan, arrived last week for an extended visit with her brother, Albert Pickerd at Alad- din. Her son, Dick, has been working at the Pickerd sawmill for some time. Mrs. Reed from Upton visited Thursday with friends here. Mr. Warren, Emile Richards and so~ and two sisters, Mrs. Thompson and Colonel Didrickson, all of Cheyenne visited with Mrs. Elfrieda Sehloredt Thursday and were her guests at .breakfast Fri- day morning. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Smith of Sand Creek were visitors here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Brim- mer moved in from the ranch Sunday for the winter. Mrs. J. R. Anderson of Whit- ney, Nebraska left Friday after spending a few days visiting with her daughter, Mrs. Duke Olds and family. QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptoms of D~Arlsin~ from STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO ~XCESS ACID Free B40~kTeUs of HomeTreabmat that Must Help or it Will Cost You NoUdJql Over two mllUon bottles of the W'ILLARD TREATMENT l~ve been sold for relief of symptomn of dlstre~ ~'hting from and ~ Ulcers due to ~ ~-- Poo oipsue~ sew or UNIt Gassiness, Headbmm, Slee~ e4:., due to Ezcess Acid. Sold on 15 day~' trtalt 46 ~ lie Ask for ~lLm~ ~ which fQlly explains this tre~tmen~t LEE'S PHARMACY Sundaace, Wyoming NO WAITING ! ! 3 Barbers Al Dinty : Parker at BRONC BARBER SHOP Belle Pourche, S. D. Next Door to Golden Rule The Chart W. Mowreys are moving back to their Aladdin ranrh. Chart hasbeen working at the Rapid City air base and has a few more weeks work complete before returning to staY- He was here on business Thura" day. ON THE BASIS OF MY RECORD as commissioner the past four years I am seeking re-election to that office-- Democratic Candidate for COMMISSIONER of CROOK COUNTY Your support on November 7 will be appreciated. ANNOUNCEMENT TO OWNERS OF UNITED STATES SAVINGS BONDS OF SERIES A, B, C, D and E This bank is pleased to announce that it has been authorized by the United States Treasury Department to pay any Savings Bond of Series A, B, C, D or E, subject to that Department's regulations, whenever any such bond is pre- sented for that purpose by an individual (nat- ural person) whose name appears on the bond as an owner or co-owner and who furnishes proper identification. The Treasury Department and this bank sin- cerely request that you do not redeem any bond before its maturity date unless a real personal emergency requires such action. However, if circumstances require you to cash a bond this bank will be pleased to serve you. This Bank is Authorized to Pay U. S. Savings Bonds Oldest Bank In Northeastern Wyoming" Sundanee, Wyoming r Dm't let up on egg productkml Our egg quota is gtaggering-- 13,095,792 dozen every day. Just give birds the ~tuff and they'll do it. That means Dr. Hesa ]Poultry Ptm-a-min in addition to a good rativn. Calve Pan-a-mln for its tonic. It stimulates appetite and assimilation of feed and that's im~t. It al~o ~upplie~ Put $ pounds of Pan.a-n~n in I00 pounds of layhg mash. {~c Pim-a-nda from u~ at your fi~t Belle Yourche, S. D. Icy streets and temperamental cars don't go well together. Bring your car in to us today for a thorough winter check-up. We assure you safe winter driving. A. L. Clark, Prop. Mobil-gas and Oils Spearfish, S. D. @ HOW'S YOUR -- battery? -- tires? --grease? DO YOU NEED --chains? --heater? --anti-freeze?