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(Magazines for persons of vary. interests are a~ail,~ble for at the ~oorcroft and public library, the said this week. ate same of ~he maga- available a~ ~he Moareroft ~obby - The Hobby Magazine, Hi@h Fidelity. E~ents U.S. News World Report, Time, Li~e, Look. 'Fashions American Girl, Seve~een, Mademoiselle, Cosmo- ppolitan, Ingenue. Sports Sports Illustraled, ~po~t, Field and Stream. The library also has other m,agazines. Several o~ hem come into the library each week. OaHy newspapers at the li- brary are: Casper Star-Tribune, LRapid CRy Journal,, Wyoming Eagle and Sheridan Press. Weekly ne~vsp~pers ,taken are ~Moorcroft Leader, Gillette News- Record and The Sundance Times. Sand Creek Homemakers Hold October Meeting The regul,ar monthly meeting o~ the Sand Creek ~ake and Bake ~xtension Chub was held at the h~me o~ Mrs. Michael Bak- er Oct. 9. IIII Imagine the prestige your teenager will enjoy with her own extension phone. Imagine you__, r new solitude as she chats in the privacy of her room. Birthday, holiday, any gift-giving day, consider a TEEN LINE phone - an extension of your best wishes, Call us for details. As I have lea~d the ranh, we will sell at auction at the ranch 28 miles northeast of Gillette, Wyoming--Turn off of highway 14-16 at Rozet and go ]4 miles north. TUESDAY, NOV. 11 Sale to start at 10:00 a.m. Lunch Served at Noon Coma Early and Register for Buyers Numbers 100 HEREFORD CATTLE 100 At least 100 good Hereford stock cows that will be mouthed and Pregnany checked before auction. From clean area end a clean herd. --- 4 saddle horses MACHINERY WD9 IHC tractor with very good rubber and complete Farmhand with ell attachments--.'64 FORD 2000 TRACTOR WITH 200 HRS. IN HAY FIEUD, this tractor is just like new--new Ford mower "--McCormick stealbed wagon on rubber with ball hitch--rubber Hred factory hay wagon--1961 Cab-forward Jeep ingood con. dition--Johnsen calf table--W-W folddown stock rack for pick- up--PTO power sprayer--2 Ford 8N tractors in good condition with buckrakes--Ford plow llke new--Ford tiller-Ford mower ----Ford corn planter for 3-polnt hitch--Duplex 1 yd. hydraulic scraper with 3-point hitch--JD wire tie baler--Easyway post hole digger~--JD No. 5 mower in good condition--JD side dolly- ery rske--2 sulky rakes--10 ft. Oliver drill with alfalfa seeder attachment--3-sestlon harrow--2 500 gal. fuel tanks with steel stands---PTO hydraulic pumps---2 steel wheeled wagon-.-big house Jack--Indian fire fighter--new sweep teeth--grease guns ---barrels--grease---buzz sew--old Oaklond car--old JD trec- tor--Iote of old and horse drawn machinery--power grinder-- I~wer sew--power drill--propane buttle~--dshorner~-2 stock saddlHke feedor=-NEW ACETYLENE WELDER --- Misc. item~. FURNITURE & ANTIQUES Antique china cabinet with 3-ploce curved glau front, very nice---antique buffet china cabinet combination--cabinet Vic- troh~-.-2 old rockers---several old kerosene la,mps---aladdin lan~p "--old calbinot radio.--aMique rocker--White sewing machine-- 3 chelrts of drawers--table & chairt~--bookcase & books--2 card teblHmo Russell printe--buffet--~homemade chest with 9 drs~vers--electric w~hlng m~hine--wesh stand-- big Heatrole "--misc. Items. TERMS: CASH ROY H. O'CONNOR, Owner R. A. "Dick" Mader, Auctioneer Berlow Agency, Clerk Gillette, Wyo. Ph~ 682-3882 Box 898, Gillette Not Req~nsible For Ar~idonts Ten members and one visitor, ~rs. Peter Ludwig attended. Roll c ,tl was answered with "A Sup- erstition I Alntost Believe." Mem- bers ~ere also asked to give ~heir ideas on holy ihe club could ,be improved. ~uring the meeting, a slate of officers presented by the nomin- a tir~g committee ~vas unanimo,us- ,1,y ~ccepted. New club officers are Mrs. ~iehael Baker, presiden.t; Mrs. Leo Orme, vice ~pvesident; Mrs. ,Gerald 'Blake~man, secretary; and Mrs. Arnold Sulin, treasurer. Mrs. Terry Coekrell reported that 13 persons attended the lingerie workshop Sept. 18, and she a~d ~Vlrs. ~Fred Willert report- ed on ,the last county council meeting. Mrs. ~runo vort 'Y.hmbach told of selling salad coolvbooks from Country Ki,tchens and Mrs. Rob- exit ~rictges ~tgreed ~o take cha~ge of ordering and ,selling the cook- books. IMrs. Bridges gave the pro- ,gram entitled "Dressmaking Techniques." She eml~h~sized the importance of pressing as you sew. ~ext mee~ir~g will be held Nov. 13 ~t the hame o I~frs. Cornel- ius Stoltz. Program lopic will be $ SUNDANCE METHODIST CHURCH The Rav. Richard Gilbert, Upton Church services. 9 a.m. Sunday School - 10 a.m. W. S. C. S. Evez7 Third 'rhur day. ADVENTIST CHURCH Mike Burhm, Pastor Sabbath School, Saturday, 9:$0. Worship Service, Saturday, II. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. THE CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD, EPISCOPAL The Rev. Patterson Keller, Vicar SUNDAYS: 7:00 a.m. Holy Com. reunion. 9:30 a.m. Morning Pray. er and Sermon (1st Sunday Holy Communion) Nursery. Sunday, 9:30 a.m. - Church I~h~ol ages 3-5 and grades 1-8. Public Cordially Invited. WED~AY: 10:00 a.m. Holy Communion (Nursery) DAYS & HOLY DAYS: 7:00 a,m. Holy Communion. SUNDANCE WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. Willard Stone Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Service, 9 a. m. ~tble study, Wed- nesday, 7:30 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST New Testament Christianity Place - Housto~ Creek, 8 miles west on Highway 14. Sunday - ~ible Study, I0 a,m.; Worship Service, 11 a.m. Evening Service 7:00 p~n. ST. ANTHONY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH ~ Upton Rev. Cletus Prado, Pastor Sunday Mass: Upton, 8 a.m. Moorcroft, 9:30 a.m. Sundance, 11:30 a.m. H ett - 9 a m., first and third Saturdays. MT. CALVARY LUTHERAN Allan J. Birnschein, V~cancy Pester Church services - Sunday, I0 a.~n, Sunday ~ool - Sun~tay, 8:45 a.m. Meetings: First Wednesday . Laides Aid; Second Wednesday - WaR er League; Ooafi rn tion Class - Every Wedv esd y, 4 p.m. NCB Future Secretaries Include Sunda~-e Girl A Su~danee girl is a member of the /FutUre Secretaries of Avnerica organization at Nation- ,al @o,l ege of usiness, Rapid City. The chapter has 19 mere- ,bars. A member of the group is Karen Ha~vken, d~ug~ter of ~r. and Mrs. Ernest Hawken, Sun- dance. She is enrolled in the executive secretarial course lead- in,g to an Assochate of Science degree. Mrs. Jesse Janes, Belle Four. ehe, ~rmer Sundance resident, vas a Sundance visitor Friday. Did you know that chances of a lifeteking or serious injury smashup are more then doubled from sunset to sunrise? Reduce your speed at dusk. During winter beware of icy spots. Safety experts say more fatalities occur whe~ the high- way is icy in spote than when they're completely covered with snow or ice. -12 Test your skill with a rifle and win a Thanksgiv- ing turkey-Turkey shoot will be held at 77 Ran, Seven miles south of Hulett, then west. Watch for signs DOUGHNUTS & COFFEE WILL BE SERVED Sponsored by Hulett IOOF Lodge No. 23 Not Responsible for Accidents Philosophy and Beliefs of PURPOSE OF FARM BUREAU Farm Bureau is a free, independent, non-governmental volun- tery organization for farm and ranch families for the pur. pose of analyzing their problems and formulating action to achieve educational improvement, economic opportunity, and social advancement and, thereby, to promote the national wel. fare. Farm Bureau is local, storewide, national and internation- al in its scope and influence and is non-partisan, non-sectarian and non-secret character. FARM BUREAU BELIEFS We, as Farm Bureau members, believe: ---In our constitutional form of government and its division of powers. --In freedom of speech, press and peaceful assembly. ~ln separation of church and state and in the right of each Individual to worship according to the dictates of his own con- science. --That self-government is a precious heritage which can be preserved only by the active, intelligent assumption of basic citizenship respor~ibilities by all people. ~ln the American competitive enterprise system in which property is privately owned, privately mar, aged and operated for profit and individual satisfaction, a~d in which supply and demand are the ultimate determin~ of market price. --That efficiency of production and maximum per capital production are primary elements in determining standards of living. ~That property rights cannot be separated from human rights and ~re essential to preservation of individual rights guarard~md by the Constitution. ---That the exercise of free will rather th~n force, is consist- ant with the maintenance of liberty. ---in the right of every man to choose his own occupati~n; to be rewarded according to his productive contribution to society; and to have, invest, and spend, or convey to his heirs, his earnings as he chooses. --That the centrelhetion of power and authority in tho federal government, the movernen~ to socialize America, the apathy of the American people toward this trend and the apparent lack of responsibility on the part of individual citizens are among the greatest dangers threatening our republic and our system of private competitive enterprise. ---That the Constitution is the basic law of the land and that shange~ in long established interpretations should be made only through Constitutional amendme,~ts. For more information about Farm Bureau and its member services, see or call: Fritz Chatfield .................................. President Walter Gordon .......................... Vice President Claudice Pearson ............ Secretary & Treasurer Peggy Nelson ........... Women's Committee Ch. Ruth Frolander ............................ Special Agent This ad sponsored by Crook County Farm Bureau Federation SUNDANCE, WYOMING