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Mount Calvary Lutheran Church Rev. Warren Karges Sundays at 2 p.m. at the VFW hall. Sunday school at 3:00 p.m. first and third Sundays. Open Bible Church Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Tedro, pastors Located in the building east of Worship--11 a.m. Evangelistic ser- vices--7:45 Sunday. Good News Tedro home. Young People's Ser- viee~7 p.m. Thursday. St. Paul's Catholic Church Mass 9 a.m. Confession before Imass. Mass held every third Sunday and every fifth Sunday when oc- curring. Seventh Day Adventist Church Glenn Bowen, pastor Services start May 31 at Ber- gin's hall Services every Saturday nt 2:30 p.m. ]Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd Range 64 West of the 6th Principal Meridian, Crook County, Wyoming, containing 160 acres. Jolley Edsall No. 28 cover- ing the north half of the south- west quarter of Section 26 in Township 58 North of Range 64 West of the 6th Principal Meridian, Crook County, Wy- oming, containing 80 acres. Any and all persons claiming ad- versely to the said International Minerals & Chemical Corporation, to said placer mining claims so above described and applied for, or any part thereof, are hereby notified that unless their claims are duly filed according to the Laws and Regulations thereunder with the Manager of the United States Land Office at Cheyenne, Wyoming, within the time provid- ed by law, they will be forever barred by virtue of the provisions of the above mentioned Statute. Dated this 15th day of Septem- ber, A. D., 1952. PERRY T. WILLIAMS, Manager Sept. 25--0ct. 2-9-16-23-30---Nov. 6-13-20. W Moskee Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Deranleau and Carl were shopping in Spear- fish Saturday evening and attend- ed the dance. l~ev. Lamar Speier Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark and Sunday 9:30 a.m. - S u n d a y daughter moved to near Spearfish :School. Sunday 11 a.m. - Morning for the winter months. ]Prayer and Sermon. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Paulsen were Wesleyan Methodist Church Tuesday evening visitors at the Rev. Lee Goodell Robert Craig home. Sunday 10 a.m - Sunday School. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Lappe, II a.m. - Worship Service. 2:30 Dallas and Eileen were shopping 8undance Methodist Church ]l. O. Rice, Minister Church School - Sunday, 10 a.m. with classes for all ages. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Theme will be "Faith and the World Today." Methodist Youth Fellowship meeting - Monday 7:30 p.m. The very favorable attendance last Sunday is bringing new hope and interest to the Church. Will you, please, join with us in wor- ship that you may receive the blessings of regular church attend- in Sundance Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Apland spent Saturday evening in Spearfish. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Deranleau and Carl and Edwin Jones called ance? Thank you. 017945 NOTICE OF APPLICATION UNITED STATES PATENT Bureau of Land Management, Land and Survey Office, Cheyenne Wyoming. lMineral Application, Wyo. 017945. Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of the Act of Congress approved May 10, 1872, Otis Reyn- olds, whose Post Office address is Sundance, Wyoming, as attorney in fact for International Minerals & Chemical Corporation, has made application for patent for the Jol. Icy Edsall No. 27 and Jolley Ed- sail No. 28 Placer Mining Claims in an unorganized mining district in Crook County, Wyoming, as l follows: ~' Jolley Edsall No. 27 cover- ing the south half of the northeast quarter of Section 29; and the west half of the northwest quarter of Section 26 in Township 58 North of To Provide FOR CHILDREN l~key studN to nutte~-Nut. 70X s. m..omahJ. Nebr.. by Deoeml~ IS. on Mrs. Edwin Jones and baby at the hospital Monday evening in Deadwood. Mrs. M. Cole visited with Miss Hanes who is teacher #at the Four Corners Tuesday night. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundanee, Wyo. Nov. 6, 1952 Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Lappe, Dallas and Eileen attended the show in Sundance Thursday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Deranleau are Mrs. Chet Carlson who has been very proud of their new grand- visiting with her daughter, Mrs. daughter born Oct. 22. The par- Charles Price returned to Buffalo ents are Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Saturday. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Peterson, __ ...... Maxine and Mervin visited at the r~ Robert Craig home Friday night. Mrs. Bud Madler was shopping in Deadwood and Lead Monday. Mrs. Frank W. Petersen was a business caller in Upton Wednes- day and Thursday. While there was an overnight guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fax- on and visited at the home of Mrs. Elmer Rose. Sundance Times DEADLINES The following deadlines on news and advertising to be published in The Sundance Times must be observed by news contributors and advertis- ers. The deadlines were estab- lished so that The Sundance Times can be placed in the mails at the proper time. DISPLAY ADVERTISING;--- 10 a.m. Tuesday of week of Publication. CLASSIFIED ADVER. TISING:--- 6 p.m. Tuesday of week of publication. CONTRIBUTED NEWS:-- 10 a.m. Wednesday of week of publication. WELCOME TO SUNDANCE and the FALL HEREFORD SALE ' AS SEEN IN by Field and Stream MAGAZINE *T,M. Reg. U S, Pal. OS You'll be weather-wise . . . smart . , warm . . . comfortable in the Klondike. It's a masterfully designed 32-inch Jacket with two-way pockets.., extra heavy service talon front and warm Mouton collar... Klondike combines a husky shell of combed cotton poplin quilted to 12 ounce reprocessed wool insulation with an elegant Acetate and Rayon lining quilted to 6 ounce reprocessed wool insulation. Colors: Taupe, Red and Green. Sizes 34 to 48. O Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Apland children and Mr. and Mrs. Craig called on Andy Sunday. Mrs. Pete Toth and Cookie v~# shopping in Sundance MondaY. Hanna Gray spent the at the home of her brother Saari. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dera~leau and Carl were Sunday evening callers at the Leslie Jones h0$e' J "Everything to Wear" W. F. Bewland Established 1885 James I. Newl~dt Founder Manager GOOD CATTLE REASONABLY PRICED 8undanee Upton NEWLAND & 80N COLONY, WYOMING LIVESTOCK, MACHINERY, FEED As the ranch has been sold, we will sell the following at toe place known as the old Healey ranch located 18 miles west of Sundance, Wyo., and 29 miles northeast of Moorcroft, LWyo. (turn off highway 14 at bottom of Oud4n hill and go 31/2 miles east, watch for auction signs). Sale to start at 10:30 a.m., sharp---Free lunch served at noon, Please Bring Your Own Cups 140 HEREFORD CATTLE 140 58 head of choice Hereford stock cows, from 2 to 8 years old; 58 Head Mixed Hereford Calves, very good; 18 yearling heifers; 3 registered W. R. Wright Hereford bulls, 2 are 3 years old, 1 is a 4.year.old; 3 Milk Cows, one Just fresh, another fresh abogt 30 d~ys. (Auctioneer's note--the above cattle are extra good quality Here" fords with lots of size and in extra good fle'sh. A real buying off for you ranchers wanting choice replacement cattle)~ portunity FEED 100 ton baled hay; 100 ton loose hay, (this hay is alfalfa, wild hay and some grain hay mixed); 9 big stacks of straw; 500 bu. feed oats; 300 bu. barley; approximately 200 ton of corn sileage in pit, Note--- Above corn sileage and straw will sell together in one amount and the buyer will be given 1200 acres of good pasture and the privilege of running on ranch until April I, 1953. This ranch is e~tra well watered and has the best of natural shelter. Anyone interested in this feed proposition can contact owner anytime prior to sale for inspection or contact auctioneer for iw formation)., _.~ i i i MACHINERY 1950 DC Case tractor; John Deere manure spreader on rubber, like new; 2.wheel rubber.tired hayrack trailer; John Deere tool" bar cultivator; 1946 John Deere Model A Tractor; 1950 $o1~ Deere No. 44 truss-frame convertible plow; 12 ft. John Van Brunt drill with packer wheels and grass seeder 10 ft. John Deere single disc; No. 5, 7 ft. John Deere mower; ft. tractor sweep to fit a John Deere tractor; 1947 John ft. combine with windrow pickup; new Oliver side.delivery r~d~e on rubber; John Deere hammermill with good 40 ft. rubber belk 2 steel grain tanks, 1200 bu. size; Mayrath grain elevator oll rubber; Wisconsin 6 I~P. Mrco01ed motor with clutch; McCormir~ Deering corn binder; 2-section harrow; 3.bottom 14 inch Ca~ plow on rubber; 1951 Model 4.section Case harrow with folding hitch; John Deere two-row cultivator; 1951 Model Case forag.$. harvester, same as new; 24 ft. boom sprayer with power take of[ pump complete; potato digger; common sense bob sled with hay rack, in A.1 condition; wooden wheeled wagon with iron runn~_~ gear; Jayhaw manure loader with snow plow attachment: 2.56~ gal. fuel tanks complete with hoses and connection; like new 8 f~, galvanized stock tank; buzz saw with slide table to fit on fro~.* of tractor; 10 ft. hog self feeder; 5 big sileage feeding bunks; oil burning tank heater; small table saw; approximately 2000 feet lumber; some woven wire and chicken wire; vise; post drilli forge; and all small tools such as pitch forks, shovels etc; fge~ barrels; fuel pump; and other items too numerous to mention' Note: Above machinery is practically all on rubber, has bee~ bought in the last few years, had extra good care with many items the same as new. Every piece of machinery ready to go to work. , i Hogs Chickens Horses 6 choice Duroc Re~t butcher hogs; 3 Duroc Red shoats--pureb~,d but no papers; 50 mixed chickens; 1 sorrel work mare 9 yrs. ola' Household Goods 6 volt windcharger with 3 glass batteries; 6 volt radio; large oil heater; Galaway cream separator; and misc. household goods. TERMS--CASH F. Waiters, Owner R. A. ",Dick" Mader, Auctioneer, Gillette, Wyo. Phone Sundanee State Bank Be there on time as this is a large sale and wlll start