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J g The Black Hills of Wyo. The Sundance Times, Sundance, Wyoming For Victory Buy War Bond I~t~ml ,* tke Nstoffice at Sen~m. V~- ms se~ad c~ss ~ uml~r tke act ~ Ihrc~ J, ]~nL Church service every Sunday vening at 7: 30. Young people's service every ~kursday evening at 7:00. RezuiAr told-week service ovo qrY Wedne~]ay evening at 7:30. [ ALVA -- Sunday school every l that Sunday at I0:00 a. m. service every first Bun- morning ~t 11:00. NNW HAVEN---Church service :I':~711,S TOW~R---Church ser- ~rlce every third Sunday morning -t 11:00. x ! IrDANC 'IIODIST CHURCH (Sanders B. Claytml, pastor) Sunday ~chool~10:00 A~ M. ~mday Morning Worship --- 11:00 A. M. Sunday Evening Worship ~- ~4:S0 P. M. Monday Evening High School Youth Fellowship Hour --- 7:30 ~. M. "- er Wednesday Evening Fray ~ttng. 7:30. BEULAH let Sunday---Sunday school 3: ~orship Service 3:00. 3rd Satur- ~y ~tght, worship ~rvice 8:80. RIFI.~ PIT DMDI hd Sunday, Stmday school :00. Worship service $. Each ~[~urm~y evening - Bible study 4rod prayer service, 8:30. ~M~ DIVIDE Srd Sunday--Sunday school $. MYorshlp service 3. Ist Saturday MEgqtII:. worship service 8: 30. SUNNY DIVIDE 4th Sunday---Worship service, 3:$0. $nd Saturday night, wor- ~ahip scrvice---9: 00. 'X scmsc cmr cH and Modern Necroo Alias Mesmerism and! ~ypnotism, Denounced," is the ubJect of the Lesson-Sermon Down Through the Years IIEt tk mtinl plm of )~r k~d am is ml fw the )~rs t~ m4. O @ W~ s~c~fl~ t~ t~ m~ t~e mrtm~ Writ~ fir hrtkul~n Deadwood Granite and )[arble Works nvt 0oo. o. Chit" opractie Health Service No Dru &erom the .ntreet from the Trt-State Mllling Co. which will be read in Churches of Christ, Scientist, throughout the world Sunday, November 26, 1944. The Golden Text is: "In the mult~ude of dreams and many words there are also divers vani- ities: but fear thou God." (Eccl 5:7). Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "Enter ~ot into the Path of the wickede and go not in the way of evil men. Keep thy heart with all diligence, for out of it are the is- sues of life." (Proverbs 4:14, 23.) The Lesson-Sermon also in- cludes the following passages i from the Christian Science text- book "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Marz Baker Eddy: "If mortals .would keep proper ward over mortal mind, the brood of evils which in- fest it would be cleared out. You must control evil thoughts in the first icstance, Qr they will con- trol you in the second." (S & H 234:17, 26, 27). X CHURCH 0Y THE GOOD SKEYKERD, EPISCOPAL Church service every second a~d fourth Sunday at 3:00 p. m. ---Sidney L. Morgan, Vicar. Colony (Last Week) In spite of the nasty weather and roads, forty-two turned out to vote at the Colony polls last Tuesday. Colony went democratic again. This time 27 to 15. Dale R~,ber who has been work- ing at the sugar factory in Belle Fourche during the campaign, is through with that Job as the fac- tory finished Thursday. Dale is back home again hau]ivg hay and getting ready for winter. i The Vic Anderson family of Belle Fourche spent Armistice day with Colony friends. Mr. and M~r~. Arney Brantle7 spent Tuesday night with the Branums. Mrs. Vel~na Newland who is employed at the Penny store in Belle Fourche, took time off ~ue~- day to come out to Colony long enough to vote. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Harney of Alzada are spending a few days at the Grover Harney home at Colony. Thursday Wilbur F. Newlana received a telephone message from the agricultural department at Cheyenne asking him to sup- ervise an agriculture a~d live stock re~urce survey of the state of Wyoming. He would have had fifty men under him with headquarters at Casper, Wyo. but owing to conditions at his ranch it was impossible for him to ac- cept. SUNDANCE LODGE No. 9, A.F. & A.M. Regular Communica- tions second and fburth Wednesday of each month V ttng Brothers Alwsys Wol me Beulah (Last Week) Adelaide Ripley was a business visitor at the Frank Tauck home Sunday. W. B. Vore spent the week-end visiting relatives on Redwater and hu~ting in the Bear Lodge.. Mrs. T. J. Vore left by train Saturday for Ktnasola, S. D. where she will receive medical treatment. S.E. Lanning purchased a tractor at the Grey sale on Sat-! urday. Homemakers to E ect The regular meeting of the Redwater Homemakersclub was held Nov. 8th at. the home of Marjorie Gocdson. Next meeting to be Dec. 6th at Gene Harper's. This Is to be our el~ctlon of of- ficers, so all members make a special effort to get there. Frank Tauck and Larkin Cleveland were among those who attended the sale in Belle Fourche Thursday. The many friends of Mrs. Fred Slmons will be glad to learn that she is making a satisfactory re- covery and will be able to return home this week. Mrs. Dick Ferguson and child- ren of Sheridan are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sim- o~s while her mother is recover- ing from a major operation. Vore Bros. sold three loads of cattle at the Belle Fourche sale on Thursday. Alva Mr. and Mrs. Elmore Engle were business visitors in Newcas- tle Saturday and Sunday. They re- tur~ed by way of Upton and vis- ited a few hours with Jay Engle and ~amily who are living there this winter. Half the male population of Alva and vicinity were marooned, in Belle Fourehe most of Iast morning to attend the hog sales and were unable to come back u~ti] the maintainer opened the roads Thursday. Wilford Collins took a load of furniture to Rapid for Haruld Trigg Saturday. The family's leaving for their new home thi.~ week. Hubert Hook spent Sunday niteI visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Elmorel Engle. Monday morning he left on the stage for his old home in! Indiana to visit relatives. He is especially i~terested in seeing his nephew, Richard Hook, who is home on furlough after com- pleting fifty missions over Ger- many. He is a radio gunner on a flying fortress. Richard lived for a time with his pasents Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hook, on the Thurman Graves place. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Collins I I General Auto Repairing of Cars Aoetylene Welding Tire Repairs and Recapping THOMI ON ]OTOR CO. Phone 67 Spearfish and Miss Cleo Wells attended the plciure show in Belle Sunday. Mrs. Bertha Wilison returned home Saturtay after a weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stoddard on the J-H ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Collins were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ratliff. = = II I My Brand Is Holding Brand HARRY VORE, Beulah, Wyo. l I! -- Dr. T. H. Proctor 0F 0K TRI EYI gXa HNg9 GLASSES FITTED Phone No. 300 $ Deadwood Over Montgomery Ward IIIIlil Selling 18 Head of at the Belle Fourche Auction @ @ O Art Schelldorf - Schelldod Sundance, Wyoming \ War forced closest attention to every motorinE detail. And this fine habit of thouEhtfulness has grown on car owners. You'd only be testing human kindness by changing to a b_a~-flat spare and setting out for the next air hose. v~r~ere a forgetful man actually tries it, a good Samaritan generally drives up alongside, point- ing a helpful warning. America has become 'as thoughtful as all that toward her indispensable cars. ,O And of all the examples of car-care the greatest single one you can follow is to have your engine OIL-PLATED. In that way--by changing to Conoco Nth motor oil for Winter--by changing to this patented oil that OZL-FLAT]m--you'I1 give your engine's insides the nth degree of protection from~ acid corrosion. All engine combustion creates corrosive acids, i They're bad enough even when "exhaled" fairly well, but from now on they won't be! Winter's extra-low mileage and cool operation mean acids t at their worst. Patented Conoco Nth oil, however --thanks to costly pioneer research--brings the -- ~ i special ingredient whose magnet-like effect OIL- .~ * PLATES your engine's fine inner finish, to cope with MOTOR OIL i corrosion. Attached as closely as protective chrome plating could be, the internal o~-~Tmo keeps up its stead/eat possible hindrance to direct contact between acids and engine parts...Then down go the chances of corrosion, just M soon as you change to popular-priced Nth oil, for W'mter, at Your Mileage Merchant's Conoco station. Continental Oil Company