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~[I the Black Hills of Wyom|ng The Sundanoe Times, 8undance, Wyoming Thursday, October 25, 1945 YESSE M. ffANES =son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley .Ja~es of Sundance, who returned :home last week after 39 months :service in the Pacific. It was his first visit home in the 43 months be has 'been in the army as he "was shipped out without a fur- '|ough. GLENN W'E~LEY LINCOLN who received a discharge from the Corona Naval hospital ~n Cal- ifornia Oct. 12, 1945. He is the :brother of Annabelle and Paul- ine Lincol~ of Sundance and the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Lincoln of the Upton country. He enter- ed the navy Oct. 25, 1944. I Very Few Stores Anywhere have any- | thing like so complete a stock as have m g we. If it can be had at all we probably :m have it. | U Our Very Large Trade is the best proof l] of the real service that we are giving. And don't forget Red Premium stamp with every sale. M 'i SLY'S GROCERY I~ Groceries, Meats, Fruits, Vegetables, Bakery Goods H BELLE FOUROKE, S.D. U Men's Sheep Lined Coats for COLD WEATHER Full Length or 8-4 length, made of w a t e r repellant outer, with heavy sheep lining. 14:95 to 22.50 Size 38 to 48 OVERSHOES MENS 4-BUCKLE, heavy weight ............ $8.95 ]KENS 4-BUCKLE, light-weight $8.49 NENS 5-BUCKLE, heavy weight $4.50 MENS 2-BUCKLE RUBBERS Q $2.69 LADIES 2-SNAP RUBBERS $1.79 CHILDRENS 2-SNAP RUBBERS ........... $1.69 BOYS 8-BUCKLE RUBBERS ...... $2.69 and $~.98 YORK'S co o , , RULE Belle Fonrehe, South Dakota GOES TO ARMY Rchard M. Baldwin of Upton left from here Tuesday to report for inductio~n in the army. Rog- er L. Hilton, formerly of Sun- dance was also included i,n this draft and has transferred to the Albany, Ore. board. Also leaving Tuesday were Ar- thur Kokesh of Sundance and Bert Jo/ley of Alva who went for examinations. --X-- TO BE H01V[E THIS WEEK Mrs. Alice Vines received a telegram this week from her son, Alfred, saying that he was in Denver and would ,be home some- time this week. Alf entered the ord~aance division of the army April 1942 and was sent to Af- rica December 1942 before re- ceiving a furlough so that it will be his first time home in 44 months. He has also served with the infantry in France and in Germany. ,X' Personal Items Mrs. Jack Stinston is staying in Gillette for the present. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Black- burn are visiting this week f~ Cheyenne with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stafford and three children, who have lived near Sundance" the past few years, plan to leave Thursday for Beatrice, Nebraska, where they will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Schlake. They expect to locate near there. Mrs. DeLancey, the former Marcellus Tremble and three- month-old baby were Sundaq3ce visitors last week. ~he is now staying with her parents, the Vir- gil Trembles at Hulett, while her husband is in the army. Martin Stockton of Aladdin was released from the Sundance hospital this week. He had re- ceived care this past week fol- lowing a farm accident. AND NOW WOMEN must give very careful attention to Laskan Mouton fur coats. They are smart, inexpensive, long wearing, warm and cozy. First floor. Then in our down stairs shop, look for two groups of special suits. Good looking a~d grand values. New printed jersey dresses have been added to our stock, also fur fab- ric coats in large and small sizes. ~Kepp, Rapid City, S. Dak. Post Office bblock, next to Red Owl Grocery. Colony Mr. and Mrs. McMillan visited one day last week with their daughter Mrs. Wade Roberson Fred Niemann has,moved from the Bob Pughe Colony ranches to the river ranches, west of Belle Fourche. He is putting them in shape to winter the Pughe cattle there. Roy Smith is taking a vacation for a few days. He has been putting up hay on the Newland & Son ranches. Peter Nlemann, wife and son Charlie have moved from their old home ranch near Colony to the. Barber ranch on the river west of Belle Fourche. The Nie- manns are old timers here' and ~ve regret their leaving. [I Wade Roberson and wife and Mr. P~mond Walter and family made a trip to Mt. Rushmore and Rapid City Sunday. They visited at Rapid City with Mr. Robersons son Robert and family. ,Mr. Walter is a nephew of Mrs. Rob- erson and is here on a short fur- lough visiting with his family a~d relatives. He leaves today (Monday) to report ,back for duty in the the navy at San Diego, ..... X ...... Aladdin Mrs. I. E. Myres and daughters Jackie and Nedra were callers at Wyma, ns Sunday. Miss Elsie Wyman came down ~aturday morning from Hulett and spent the week-end with home folks. ~ho is attending ,high school at Hulett and return- ed to school work Monday morn- ing. Bob Blake, +who recehtly re- ceived his discharge from the army, arrived hero last week Tuesday for a visit ~vith his fath- er ~ouis Blake and other rots- tires and old friends. Chas. Wyman-a~d son Merl were visitors at the Mark Boice home and also Spearfish valley visitors last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Wyman from near Belle Fourche wer~ visitors of home folks Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Osland ~'ere visitors at Dungeys Sunday. Come In and See Our New Line of Toys O Lucite Ware In Bud Vases, Towel Racks, Picture Frames, Sewing Boxes, Trays, Book Ends, Candle Holders. Pictures Religious, Scenic and Many Others Marshall-Wells Store Belle Fourths, S. D. Trisco Corn ' and Cake Cubes Energy Feed for Wv erv g Catt/e These cubes carry a high percentage ~ of yellow corn and of cottonseed meal. , They were developed at the request of ranchers who had used corn and cot- tonseed cake as winter feeds for years. ~. TRICSO Corn & Cake Cubes, because of these two ingredients, provided the heat and energy needed in a cold- weather feed. The cubes also contain minerals and vitamins together with / other digestible proteins necessary to provide a properly balanced diet for cattle. TRISC0 Corn & Cak~ Cubes are also recommended as a steer feed and for all male stock. They are available in all three sizes, $-4 inch round, 1-S-inch round, and fiat. ~. Distributed by ~. Tri.State Milling Co.