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Red,- -rroun'r'" land, S. D. spent Friday night at the E. M. Harpers. and Mrs. Harvey Talley and Mr. and Mrs. Art Starbeck and called at the Paul Smith Robert of Montevideo, Minn., are Tuesday evening. Mr. and visiting at the David Seeley home. Matson of Spearfish were Bill Burke and friend spent Wed- afternoon x;isitors at Tal- nesday at Seeley's. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith shop- Harper of Denver, Colo. ped in Spearfish on Tuesday. Jim a load of furniture to his Marr of Spearfish called at the at Rocky Ford. lie spent Alex Smiths on Sunday. at the E. M. Harpers and A farewell party was held Mon- relatives. Mr. S. M. Har- day night at the Alfred Howes Kathleen and Paul of Nis- home for Mrs. Sylvia Howes. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Harper, Gary and Sherry, Mrs. E. M. Harper, Mrs. Edith Thompson, Mrs. Irene Gardner, Mrs. Pollard, Mr. Chas. Bousa and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Marry Osgard, Eddie and Elana. Mr. Marvin Ford and Ann of Haggerman, New Mexico, arrived Tuesday eve- ning at the Alfred Howes home. They left on Thursday, to return home taking Mrs. Sylvia Howes with them. Mr. and Mrs. Ishmael of Beulah and Mrs. Raymond Vines called at Mabel Vines on Thursday. Mabel Vines was a dinner guest of Wes- ley Huckins on Sunday and visited with Jane Trueblood. Mrs. Bill Winters of Sheridan is visiting at Mabel Vines. Mrs. Winters was here for her cousin Wilma Klein's funeral. Hubert Mathews and Ed Larive returned from the Rockies on Tuesday. Leo Bush and Mrs. Mary Loose of Belle Fourche called at the Hubert Matthews home last week. Mr. Jerry Osgard and Barry of Ranchester, Wyo., spent the week- end at the Marty Osgard home. Other callers during the week were Charles Bousa, Palmer Heg- ge and Alex Smith. According to the Wyoming State t]istorical Department Sweetwater County in 1870 extended from the Colorado boundary north to the Montana border. / \ ANNOUNCING AN ALL-NEW LUXURY IN A LOWER PRICED FIELDI / The Glamorous New ADVANCED--New Flight-Sweep styling! GLAMOROUS--New "Luxury Look" interiorsl ROOMY--New sofa-wide seats! LWELY--New 10 to 1 compression ratiol POWERFUL--New 354 CU. in. Spitfire V-8 engine! WONDERFUL--New Torsion-Aire Ridel No extra costl SAFEST--New Total-Contact brakes! MODERN--New Pushbutton control TorqueFlitel* EASIEST--New Constant-Control Power Steeringl* SCENIC--New Compound-Curved windshields! RELIABLE--New slip-proof Sure-Grip differentiall* EXCLUSIVE--New Auto-PilotP THRIFTY--New dual carburetionl *~m4w..mm cut Today... there's a shining new "luxury star" in the medium price field.., the glamorous all-new 1958 Chrysler Windsor! NnWU A car not only all-new in styling outside and inside.., all-new in engineering.., all-new in performance but representing an all-new con- cept of luxury in its lower priced field! Nmwn Imagine! Chrysler quality . . . Chrysler luxury . . . Chrysler performance . . . Chrysler prestige! So much more to enjoy! So much less to pay! , Nawn And to top it all--you have :the pride and satisfaction of owning a Chrysler--the car with that unmistakable bold new look of success that makes other cars seem old-fash|oned. Nmwn Never before has it been possible for you to own so much glamour.., so much luxury... for so little! Only Chrysler offers it today l NmWn Ask your Chrysler dealer to show you Chrysler's long list of special new 1958 features such as Chrysler's new Auto-Pilot! The greatest driving safety, driving comfort feature ever inventedl Not a governor, but an assisting device connected with speedometer and accelera- tor. It prevents excess speed in traffic zones, maintains constant speed on highways. THREE GREAT SERIES IN THREE PRICE CLASStBS NEW YORKER SARATOGA * WINDSOR CHRYSLER NEW YORKER for 19681 It offers you every luxury known to modern motoring and many that are uniquely its own. Torslon-Aire suspemflon, pnshbutton TorqueFlite, Constant-Control power steering, dual headlights and new Compound-Curved windshields are all standard equipment. The New Yorker's FirePower V-8 engine is the most efficient in the world. | 9 OHRYSLER laARATOQA for ~G81 Thb quality-built luxury car, with pushbutton TorqueFlite transmission, Tordon-Airs mlspendon, and Constant. Control power steering M standard equipment, is the middle priced car in the Chrysler line. For all its size, pnmtiga and power it is an economical car to operate. Last year's Saratoga won its ciau in the Mobillpm Economy Run. Gillette, Wyo.