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# the Black Hills of Wyoming The Sundanee Times, Sundance, Wyoming Thursday, October 25,. 194~ )NAL E DITORIAL.- OClATION ~hn E. Limlsw and Velmm H. Butterfleld PuMIdm's Published Every Thurs~w kS, THE TIMES PUBLISHIN6 CO. hw County, City & U. S. ~ Offlm An InduendeM NewSlmPer SUBSCRIPION RATES: MONTHS 75c MONTHS ........................... $1.50 Per Year In T~i.State Trade Area I~ Year Outside Tri-SUAe Trldl A/~ IfM*ml M the postoffice at Sundanc*, Wy- ~.~.. uco.d ~,,. =~t...nd.. ,.. ~wdl J, lira. i Churches The Golden Text is: "He that Shall endure unto ~,he end, the same shall be saved." Matthew 24:13). Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "Enter not i.nto the path of the wicked, and go not in the way of evil men. But the path of the i just is as the shining light, that shineth more and more unto the perfect day." (Proverbs 4:14, 18). The Lesson-Sermon also in- cludes the following passages from the Christian Kcience text- book '"Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" ,by Mary Baker Eddy: "As death fi~deth mortal man, so shall he be after death, until probation and growth shall effect the needed change." (S & H 291:23-25). X " Personal Items Clarence C. Wilson was a Sun- dance visitor Thursday. He end O~ ~ GOOD his family have been living at Y~PISCOPAL Toppenish, Washington for some Cl~rch service every second time ~but returned to the Aladdin fourth Sunday at 3:00 p. m. BAI~TIST Lee L. Burton, Pastor ~IULETT: Sunday school at 10 . m. Worship service at 8:00 p. Midweek service: Wednesday 8p.m. ALVA: Sunday school at 10 a. Worship service every first at 11:00 a. m. NEW HAVEN: Worship service second and fourth Sunday 11:00 a. m. ILL SCHOOL HOUSE: service at 2:00 p. m. fourth Sunday of month. ~I)EVILS TOWER: Sunday discussion every third at 2 p. m. Worship service P. M. Worship service or- second Sunday at 2:30 p. m. .x Z[ETHODIST country several weeks ago where they are living on the Hans Mill- er ranch. Mrs. Nankey from Custer, S. D. and two daughters avtd grand-I daughters were calling on Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Roadifer last week. John and Bill Morris returned Tuesday from a hunting trip to the Big Horns; they brought home one elk. Mr. and :Mrs. Walter W. Sim- c~n who live south of here were callers in Sundance Saturday. They are holding an auction Oct 31 .~at the Lull place where they have been living and plan to go to Idaho following that. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Taylor re turned last week from the Big Horns where they combined a business trip with a few days hunting. ~rhile gone they visit-! ed the Kenneth Bennicks in Sheridan. Lester Hoffman of the Alzada country was a visitor in Sundance Saturday. He is now on the ranch alone as his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ford Hoffman, have moved i~ to Belle Fourche. ~Mrs. Elf is Pattinson was a Belle Fourche business visitor Thursday; she sold 18 head of cattle at the sales ring. Mr. and Mrs. John Whittes of the Devils Tower country were in S~ndance Monday. Stanton Reynolds and his re-' cent bride, the former Dorothy Wick, plan to leave next Wed- nesday for Massachusetts where they will visit her father. They were in ,Sundnn.ce Monday as guests of his grandmother, Mrs. R. '0. Partlow. Mr. and Mrs. Trusty Moore and Herb Bush, Sr., of Hulett were visitors in Sundance Monday. Bill and Fred Schloredt and Dallas Robinson, all of Portland, Ore., arrived Sunday and are vis- iting at the Earl Kipp home for a few days. They had 'been on a hunting trip in the Big Horns. Dick Schulze returned to Sun- dance last Friday; it is under- stood he plans to remain here and follow his trade of carpentry and stone masonry. B. C. Quint, who ~vas propri- etor of one of the pool halls in Sundance for a short time ,before moving to Upton this summer, is taking over a general merchan- dise store located at Arpan, S. D. He will move from Upton about Novem,ber 4. Andy Leitner of Alva was ad- mitted to the John Burns aospital at Belle Fourche last Wednes- day for medical care. Typewriter Ribbons- The Time, DAUGHTER BORN TO SUNDKNCE COUPLE A daughter was born Oct. 1S to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Belden of Sundance at the Calvert Ma- ternity home in Spearfish. "l~e child weighed 8 pounds, 3 ounc~ and has been named Jeanne Lo- vina. Mr. and ~frs. Belden, who are located at the Bob Pearson ranch south of here, have two other children, both boys. ..... X SON BORN TO HULETT COUPLE A son, weighing six pounds, 1~ ounces, was .born to Mr. and Mrs. William Bush of Hulett Wednes- day, Oct. 18, at the John Burns hospital in Belle Fourche. Typewriter Ribbons at the ~e0 II I PAINTEI PAPER HANGEa INTERIOR DECORATOR @ W~ ROBERT6- SLn~ IIII 14 MILES SOUTHWEST OF SUNDANCE AT THE HERMAN LULL RANCH ON KARA CREEK AND 17 MILES NORTHEAST OF UPTON ON SUNDANCE-UPTON ROAD School--10: 00. Worship---11 : 00. Worship---8: 00. Meeting Wednesday at Practice Friday 7 : 30. BLfle ~Pit Divide and 4th Sundays after- School 2: 00. Service 3: 00. -x SCIENCE CHURCH ion after death" is the of the Lesson~Sermon will ]be read in Churches Christ, Scientist, throughout World Sunday, October ~98, General Auto Repairing All Make. of Can Aoetylene Welding Repairs and Recapping THOMPSON MOTOR CO. e7 Spe fi The Sandwich Shop Sandwiches Chili Our Speetaltiee I)ICK DUDREY Sundanee PATIENTS I have entered the e a r s Chiropractic at Denver my office will be until further no- Dr. Gertrude Fourehe, S. D. UPTON LADLES AID SOCIETY WILL SERVE LUNCII SALE STARTS AT 12:30 SHARP 55-- HEAD OF CATTLE mama | 6--Head of Registered Cows 2--3-Year 01d Registered Heifers 3~2-Year Old Registered Heifers l~3-Year "Old Registered Herd bull from W. IL Wright Herd l~2-Year Old Registered Herd Bull from Dick Lee, Keeline. Wyoming). 2--Yearling Registered Bails 3--Good Milk Cows ~--Head of Good Stock Cows 10---Head of Calves Machinery Horses 1 Hay Stacker- 1 Horse Sweep ~ 1 McCormick Mower, 6 ft. --'I Hay Rake, I0 ft. -- 1 Hay Rack and Wagon -- 1 Cultivator -- 1 9-Section Harrow -- 1 Disk, 8 ft. ~ 1 Wheelbarrow -- 1 S-Horse Fresno 2 Sets of Good Harness ~ 5 Good Horse Collars 1 Circle Saw ~ 1 Pump~ack (New) -- 1 Gas Engine 8~/s Horse) ~ 1 ~-lnch Pump -- 1 Water Tank, T ft., (new) ~ 1 Sickle Grinder -- Tools and other items too numerous to list. 1 Gray Saddle Mare.-- 1 ~-Year Old Cream Colored Mare Household Goods 1 Wash Bench -- 1 Work Stand -- 1 Bedroom S~lte-- 1 Cupboard ~ Wardoleum Rugs ~ 1 Galloway Cream Separator ~ Also other mlseellaneous household goods. A FEW CHICKENS TER~S, CASH--0R SEE YOUR BANKER ii i i i Iter BERT HARROD, Auctioneer Owner II mon 8UXDANCE STATE BANK, Clerk