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~: : : : = = = = : : = = = = : : = = = = : ~ ~ t|and children of Nemo, S. D., Mr. ~vT..T~=e OgTIkTI"N ~ IkT#'NI~ ~vF1t g1~/'~ |I and Mrs. Fred Mahoney and child- + II JL11r% l~l.Jl~lJlJ./"lJ~11~,~Its. IJL.IVI-J~.JI~ I~ren of Sioux Falls, S. V. and Mr. An Indlm~d4mt N~mr |l and Mrs. Herbert Bush of Cutbank, Pub Th ..... "-'-- . Mont. attended the funeral here mve md.y 'nm Pubmmmg co. t l ...... H " Tuesaay ot rleroerl; . l~usn. The TIInel Is a legal neW~pllper for Ill pub]lel.Ol~ I I Mr and Mrs. Leland Edwards John E. Llndsey... +='~...'--'-7":: --O~a~'Publlsher |I and Jerald Richey of Portland, ttowara Auen, ,mews F.autor, Aavertmng l~tnager |1 Oregon and Mrs. Lloyd Harms of SUBSCRIPTION RATES ~l Roy, Utah arrived the first of the 00 r week for a visit with Mrs. Amelia $3. pe year in Crook and adjoining counties; $3.50 per year |I ........... ellewhere |l ~venson ana Mr ana mrs. ~tmnara Evenson. Entered at the peetoiflce at Sundance, Wyoming, as second chum l J The lot west of the Knapp Re- matter under the act of March 3, 1879. I| pair Shop is bein~ cleaned off and : = =: == - : ........................ - : ,~lPreparations made for the erection ., ................. [ of a new building which will serve I |l wens [o lurs JacKle BaKer wno l as stock room and office was a Spanish lady. Th H h " I ~:+ ......... .+,~,~+~ II Th- H-m ......... / e ulett grade sc ool for the I Huletl + ceive3 i 3s 0 + 73 I m:r~Pmeenntdinfg Oc~it~4tahn h:de:dn. I +++ +++++++++ ii,o++ g,r,+ woro +ro+o ,o-! di n . . ance of 97%. Sixty had perfect f oar aS pndC:[er mpdh tyhl ~r Sb;obrY SiaSster ~t t e~?:: C;r ~tpit Pr h~ rwS i g ' nng | r~_ ...J .~ iiJJ ~:::danT::l~3de ~:33mde aprize" l attendance of 98.8%. Twelve out | KOUDaUF J l nual event ~- +ho a w oh ~,o a n~ I of the fifteen pupils being neither I . By ~ I I ar~):::W~navglm..ppularlty'~++ ")'" labHeunghn )a rdsYon of Newcastle l ,~yaia II-n ..... is..mst.rtc~ commanaer [was here hunting this week He fl cl ivyroH iklesilng, aepartmen~ Borne ~ |1 ............... l ls recuperat,ng from a serious eye | |I e~et~e'nLea~:ner~e~isage~a~e~" l injury received while working in | i I . g g Y I the box factory ., nlgnL " , ........ Mr and Mr Fr-nk H ......[ Lester and Lesli Waugb, twin mr aria mrs henry rage ana/ +. a . uuac ,,u I...ns of ~+-- +...h txrau~. ..e+ur. ',~on Lloyd and Mrs John Cochrun/son Bob left Monday for Los An- I+Z. ~-/+. +,~, ,, s-, - + -- " .'. - .... .... /"eles Calif ofte+" beina -ueo+~ o+ I ea nome ~rom tJermany after serv- ana oaoy were l~elte r ourcne VISl- [ s , - - o ~ ..... . .... tors Saturday |theRoy Bush home for several |lng ]~me arrn ea forces the past year They reacnea t/ermany a year The masquerade dance sponsor-|days | _ .... ed by the "Cactus Kids" Saturday | MrsArt Morgan drove to Spear- |ago on Tnangsglvlng. " The Assembly of God sponsored mght was well attended and pro- Irish Tuesday to spend the day. [a mask+ " H ....... vided lots of entertainment. The | Mr and Mrs Ed Vines spent the |- ca. J aitowe'en p..a~y ~ tne ' ' m ri ed " " .... nome ot mr. anu ~ars. rnea from- Judging commRtee co p s Of lpast week vm,tmg relahves ]nlhl,~ ne"r ^^I- C-tur"a'" e'en'n" ~Irs Mamie Stoddard, Frank Vas-lMontana. Mrs Claudia Linklaterl:.." , o=~ ~ o,~ ,, # *. , s.. .. Tnere was a ~arge crown m a~- .... nd John Call'~uist awarded the |v,mted at the Carl Johnson ranch |- - "=~ ~ H l ...... leenoance. aurmg tne~r aosence ~irst prize to Lyle Storm dressed/ " I Mr and Mrs. Chas. Shanl of as a gypsy woman. Second prize | Mr. and Mrs. Ben B. Mahoney |Alva'and Mrs. Lydia Hauber spent 9 Friday and Saturday in Rapid THE SUNDANCE TIMES City. Sundance, Wyo. Nov. 6,1 ----Commercial Club Tonight,---- Ted Rounds. Lamar Speier, Kyle C. D Roberts spent several ' Boeger and Frank Bulman were in Cheyenne last week atten~ overnight guests at the Vic French meetings of the Wyoming state home in Alva Sunday.> way Commission. Greetings, Pardner WELCOME to the ANNUAL FALL . BULL SALE Once more, we greet the breeders, [ buyers and spectators who will l be in Sundance for the fall sale I of the Northeastern Wyoming I Hereford Association. I We hope the sale is a snecess and you enjoy your visit here. ' {+,. ,bert ' Phone 48R2 Sundance, Wyo. A~ J The beoul+~l new Chrysler Windsor Club Coupe INE CAt ' +':++:' .......................................... ""+" +"+ ............................ . A stunning new mood in ' I Highway l:as ion.' Here is without question the finest array of motor cars ever pre- sented to the American motoring public . . . the most beautiful Chryslers of all time . . . creating a glamorous new Highway +~ Fashion for 1953 . . . engineered with all of the perfection for , which Chrysler is famous! Here indeed is America's first family of fine cars, offering all ~o most-wanted new car features in safety, comfort, and performance. There s the beautiful Windsor line.., lowest priced of all Chryslers and a true "family favorite." There's the brilliant New Yorker... The brilliant new Chrysler New Yorker DeLuxe Newport considered by many the most sparkling performer on the road today. And there's the Imperial . . . custom-built for those who must have the absolute best. All in a wide variety of body models, colors, and interior trim combinations! Yes, there's something here for everybody.., and we feel sure .... there's something wonderful here for you. Why not visit us soon J and look these beautiful new cars over.., you'll get more than a hint of how wonderful it feels to be a Chrysler owner! .... ,,l +++ ............. The beautiful 1953 C FII '51L El t ~homollnticnewChryslerCustomlmperlol4.door$edon the safest car you can drive Gillette, Wyo.