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|n the Black Hills of Wyoming a The 8undanee Times, Sundanee, Wyoming Thursday, October 25, 19d~ IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of our dear ~mother who passed away two years ago this month: MRS. MARY DUDREY A wonderful Mother, woman and aid One who was better God never made. wonderful worker, so loyal and true, One in a million---~that Mother was you. Just in your Judgment, always right, Honest and liberal, ever upright. Loved ~by your friends mad all whom you knew. Our wonderful Mother--that Mother was you. Sadly mi~ed by all the family. Personal Items Artl~r ~RoadtRer of Weston county came to Sundance last ~rhUrsday and is visiting with his atmt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. W. ~D, Roadlfer, and with other friends in this vicinity. The Ross H. Scott family who Zave been living at Carllle, have moved to Basin, Wyo. Mrs. Earl Wakeman of New- castle called o,n Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Roadifer last Thursday. I I I Used Trucks We have just obtained several more of these late model trucks. Mechanically, also ca,bs, fenders, etc., are all in A-1 con- dition. 1942 INTERNATIONALS 1 ton Long Wheel Base. Just right for standard beet boxes. Large 25-cu. in. Valve in head motors. 2 speed axles, overload springs. Reinforced frames. 8:25 tires all around, dual rear---heavy duty radiators and grille guards, B-K Booster brakes. DUMP TRUCKS A few of these trucks are e- quipped with 4-6 ydd. 10 ft. .heavy duty dump bodies with braced sides and cab protectors. All Priced " Below Ceiling These Are Not Former Army Trucka~ Hammer Staunton Phone 222 Sheridan, Wyo. Oct. 18-25. I I DONALD G. GRUBB A veteran of Okinawa, Lt. Don- ald G. Grubb of Sundance is now located "somewhere in the Pa- cific." He has been on Guam i~but wrote recently that he was being moved and couldn't tell where he was going "until Y~e had accomplished the mission." His address is Recon. Co. Hdq. Bn., i6th Marine Die., Care Fleet P. O., San Francisco, Calif. Donald, i who is now 22, was born in Sun- i dance and attended Sundance schools graduating from high school in 1941. He attended the School of Mines the two follow- ing years and completed One quarter in the fall of 1943. On Feb. 12, 1944 he was mustered into the Marine corps. After ta- king officers training, he received his commission Nov. 8, 1944 and was sent overseas April 17, 1945. One ,brother, Floyd R. (Buzz) Grubb, is also in service. He served in the ETO with the 13th Airborne as a paratrooper. He has been on furlough visiting their aunt, Mrs. Ed. Chatfield at the ranch home near Sundance where both spent most of their boyhood days. Buzz and his wife left Oct. 11; he was to report to Ft. ,Lewis, Wash., where he ex- pects to receive his discharge. Mona We are glad to hear that Mrs~ Annie Coburn is recovering from an attack of pleuresy. She was taken to the Rapid City hospital last week but is now at her daughters home in Rapid City. Fred OxfOrd had two truck loads of his cattle trucked in from the Cheyenne river last week. THe trucks returning to Belle Fourche took down cattle for John Ettln- ger and Billy Coburn for this week's sale. The sale at Bert Robblns was well attended flora this neigh- borhood namely, John Ettinger, Wilfred Bunney, Bill Osloond, Bil- ly Coburn, Richard De Yoe, wife and children, Pat Behymer a~d Emmet Redding. Wilfred Bunney, wife and daughter took a load of wheat over to Charley Massles on Sun- day. Henry Olson attended the sale in Belle Fourche on Thursday. Richard DeYoe hunted ante- lope near Gillette last week, bag- ging two for himself. Those in Belle Fourche Satur- day were Billy Cobur~n, Fred Ox- ford, Wilfred Bunney, John Et- tinger, Emmet Redding and wife. Pat Beh~mer and John Grass are busily haying. Pat trucked up two mi~k cows from Hejde's on Saturday. Mrs. Behymer went to Belle Fourche on Saturday to spend several days with her par- ents the Frank Gays. Milton Coburn and family were Sunday guests at the Bill Coburn home. This grand weather is letting ranchers get in grain, do fall plowing and generally prepare for winter. x Curt Lindsay, formerly of Seely, and who has ..been living at Spearfish for some time writes that his new address is 1855 N. Winter St., Salem, Oregon. LEGAL NOTICES ESTATE OF EARL 3. McCLELLAND, DECEASED NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned administratrix of the estate of Earl J. McClelland, deceased, pursuant to order of court authorizing the same, will sell at pu~blic au, ctlon to the highest bidder for cash, the real property of the said estate, de- scribed as follows: S of NW~, W of NE~, SE~, and N of ~V%, Section 25, in Town- ship 52, North, Range 62, west of 6th P. M., Crook County, Wyoming; at the north front door of the court house in Sundance, Wyom- ing, on November 10th, 19450 at the hour of ten o'clockTM A. M. MYRTLE M. CHAMP, Administratrix James T. McGuckin, Attorney for estate. October 25--Nov. 1--8. --X Mrs. Ella Butterfield of Alad- din left from Upton last week and has entered the St. Joseph's hospital at Alliance, Nebraska. She expects to undergo surgery there this week. Her sister, Mrs. Harold Jones of Upton, ac- companied her but plans to re- turn home the latter part of this week. Claude Banks of Spearfish wan a ,business caller in the Sundanee area Sunday. Holbrook r0practic Sanatorium WE TELL YOU YOUR ~ WITHOUT ~SKING QUBSTIONS. Sheridan, Wyoming ' We are now in our new home at 39 NORTH SCOTT ST. 8team Batlm Diet Drugl~ Methodz -i~i ,~ p ', , ' " ~ ,'J : .... I' i" '-'-~, The WINCHARGER Power Line Available In $2-Yolt and 110- Volt Put electricity to work now! Enjoy the modern electric things that can make farm living easier ~ that can save you labor and increasg your income. Be like thousands of other owners who use Win- charger to harness the free wind. Win- charger can electrify your home at a price you can afford . . . a~d then there is no monthly electric bill to pay. 35 ""0 35 HEREFORDS My Entire Spring Calf Crop Consisting of 13---Bull Calves 12--Heifer Calves 10--C ws Will Be Sold at the PUREBRED SALE at Belle Fourths (S. D.) Livestock Exch'ne Tuesday, October 30th, HAROLD SCHELLDO , Owner Sundance, Wyoming' RECOMMENDED LIGHTS AND MAJOR ELECTRIC APPLIANO]~ ENGINEERING FEATURES 12-foot 4-blade high power high pitch propellor. New variable pitch governor. Streamlined gear case with cast iron driving gear~hard- ened steel ~plnton. New 8 .... I~ter Pole" generat~r. Long brush life And automatic pow- er control. Manufactured by WORLD'S LARGEST MANUFACTURE RS OF WIND-ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT Distributed by / Seely MercantileCo. Wyo.Seely' Comple~ Line of ]l]Lefri~era~rs, Washln g ][aehtnee, Irons, Seen Available -- Motom On Hsnd Now In