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~i ;!~ ill For Victory Buy War Bonds The Sundance Times, Sundance, Wyoming [n The Black Hills of Wyo. II ,ADVERTISEMENTS APPEARING UNDER THIS HEADING WII~ RE CHARGF.D FOR AT THE RATE CtF lc PER WORD. J~[NIMU~M CHARGI~ ,15o 04JR.I:} OF THANKS .,~..$1.00 FOR SALE--REGISTERED Hereford Bulls, Yearllnp and ~wos. Also yearling and two- year-old heifers, also cows-- WHR and Hazlett .breeding. Dillon B. Ruland, Alva, Wyo. l 8~S~D FURa'uTrURd~ ud Stoves. --- Thompson Motor ~., Phone 67, Spearfish. NEED HELP ON THAT INCOME tax report or those books? As a qualified graduate of LaSalle Extension University in mod- ern bookkeeping and income tax reports, I solicit your busi- ness.--Frank Cubbison, Sun- dance, Wyo. 43 tn. FOR SALE -~ QUAKER OIL heater--Gamble Store, A. D., Spearfish, S.D. 44tn FOR SALE---6 PUREBRED COR- riedale Bucks, $18 per head. Fred G. Schlup, miles south Kara rot. 43 tfn. WANTED TO BUY---PIANO AND! Guitar. ---- Inquire Sunda~ce *limes. 46-49 * F~)R SALE---SCHAEPFER PIAN- o. See or write Mrs. J. P. Solo- mon, Carlile, Wyo. 46-47" LOST --- BOYS SWEATER, BLuE and tan, about size 10 or 15. Would anyone k~owlng of its whereabouts please leave word at at the Times office. FOR RENT -- FOUR ROOM apartment.---Mrs. Anna Schlor- edt, Sundanee. 48tfn. ~)R SALE ---- ONE 4-HOR~E Cushman gasoline engine, $65. One 1 horse Internatioanl Iarvester gasoline e n g I n e SWNDANCE 8:00 P. X. SATURDAY--SUNDAY Robert Paige Louise Allbritton in "YIXED WIFE" with Diana Barrymore, Walter Abel, Walter Collett, Ernest Tru- ex, Alan Dinehart, George Dol- enz, Richard Lane, Rex IngTam. V $40.00 One steel bed with coil springs and cotton mattress, complete $15.00.--Ly[e Putman, Tower Divide, P. O. Carlile. 48-49 FOR SALE--SUITCASP, S AND bags, carpet sweepers, home- made chest of drawers, radio stands, commodes, side hoards, desks, heating and cooking stoves, silverware, dishes, lots of things good for Christmas presents, three suits 2-piece silk and wool ,boys underwear --never been worn---about 14 t o16 size, and other things too numerous to mention. -- The Second Hand Store, Sundance. 1 FOR SALE---ENGINE AND PUMP jack, 500 gallon tank, pump J' pipe.--$100.00----Chas. B. and Chittim, Sund:nce. ..AR I Fro___y_ FIz.2Z conducted the rites in the ab-: sence of the local minister. Bur- ial was made at the Beulah ceme- tery where he was laid to rest beside his parents, Elizabeth and Stid~ Arnold, both of whom have been dead some years. Charles Everett Arnold was born at Farrall, Wyoming, April 24, 1920. He lived there until he was about 13 when he came to Sundance where he made his home with relatives and friends most of the time until his marriage. On May 19, 1943 he was united in marriage to Miss Valoris Jansen at the Methodist church in Sun- dance. He and his wife then moved to Newe~tstle where be was employed at the Gray Refinery until August of this year. They then returned to Sundance and a few months later moved to Moorcroft where he engaged in trucking business for himself un- til the time of his death In addition to his wife he is survived by three sisters, Mrs. Frank Mitts and family of Sun- dance, Mrs. J. W. McAfee and Drummond, Mont. and] family oF Mrs. Lucy Hart asd family off Oakwood, Oklahoma; three bro- thers, John Arnold of Moscow Idaho and Leroy and Edward Arn- old of Sundance. AAA ELECTIONS (Continued From First Page) ings were not too well attended and in all communities some of the ranchmen who did attend rode a ,good many miles horseback. Ranchmen are showing a great deal of interest, however, in the eleuiions and in the Triple A program says L. G. Landers, coun- ty agent. Please Complete Reports Asks Cooperators to The Easy and Inexpensive Way to Meet .New yictory Tax - Income Tax Requirements As it is near the end of the 1944 and Edna Francis of Sundance program year the Triple A con]- and Friends from Provo. and Tom mittee is very anxious to have Zimmerschied were S~nday vis- the papers completed as rapidly itors at Edna Graves. They as possible. In order to make anhelped butcher two pigs. accurate estimate of the amount of money needed to complete this years program the committee would like very much to have the papers completed by December 1 whenever possible. Any coopera- tors in .the county who have not completed any practices and know they will not complete any should notify the county AAA office st once. X RATION BOARD BRIEFS Personal Items Mr. a-nd Mrs. Joe Landa of Boyes, Montana are the parents of a son born at Belle Fourche Mort- day, November 13. The H. D. Scott family that tb.ey are now located at North 34th St. in Omaha Neb Mr. and Mrs. Harley were in from their ranch Raymond Hooks of Alva dismissed November 11 from Belle hospital after having ceived medical care. GRADE 1 TIRES issued by the local board at the board meeting last week went to Mrs. Earl Rush. Jay Richards, Ed. Ma~ke, Leland Huckins, A. L. Lincoln, Tex Dav- is, Floyd Brunson, Guy Huckins, Robert Massie, Bill Bush, E. M. Terhune and Russell Twiford. Carlile Mr. and Mrs. Howard Zimmer- schied and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Roberts were Belle Fourche shop- pers Saturday. Quite a few friends gathered at a party at the Wilbur Zimmer- schied home Saturday night. Dave Roberts was operated on for appendicitis Monday at Sun- dance. Tom Zimmerschied was a Su'n- dance caller Friday. C. D. Roberts delivered a new John Deere tractor to the Edna Graves ranch last week. John and Ed Blakeman were in Sundance Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Roberts and girls visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jones, Bill 25~ Wool--25% Cotton--50% Rayon Size---72 x 84 $6.49 to $7.25 12% V~ool--88% Rayon Size 72 x 84 $5.95 Thursday, Friday, Nov. 23, 24 No Bargain Prices Thursday THANKSGIVING DAY Shows at 1:30: 3:30 ; 5:30; 7:30 and 9:30 Charles Laughton. Margaret 0'Brien in "CANTERVIZLE GHOST" Robert Young, Reginald {}wen Selected Short Subjects Saturday, 0nly, November 25th Double Feature Program Evening Show, 7:00 and 9.,30 Matinee 1:30 Sack Haler, Mary Beth Hughes in "TAKE IT BIG" and Sane Frazee, Gwynn Williams "SWING 1N KE SADDLE" Chapter No. 11. "Tiger Woman" Play "Wahoo" tonight Sunday, Monday, Nov. 26tb, 27th Continuous Shows Sunday at Double Size--70 x 80 $3.39 Everything to Wear" Sundance, Wyoming --WILL CLOSE AT 3:00 P. M. FOR REST 0F THE DAY-- Vfe w;ould appreciate it if you will make your reservations as soon as possible Fruit Cocktail Sundance The Tim Sundance Les Prices: .00, $3.50 and $5.00 complete, fncludinq aheets for ~e Fear or more. and Inconm Tax and Vic~v TaT Rull~ Makes Income Tax Reports Easy to Prepare NO BOOKKEEP G EXPERIENCE REQUIRED $1.00 PerPlate Thursday 0nly, November 30th Bargain Night Everybody Half Price Bring the Whole Family Evening Shows 7:30 and 9:30 A Repeat Showing Jack Benny, Ann Sheridan in "GEORGE WASHINGTON SLEPT HERE" _. lected gho S..ubjects _ s:oo; :30: z:oo and 9:30 Olives--Cele-- ......... [ Monday Evening 7 :oo and 9:30 Dr [ Humphrey Bog'art, Claude Rains' FARM & RANCH ,, in Mashed Potatoes and Giblet Gravy TO i vl.t-LU" ]with ]Kichele Morgan, Philip Dora Candied Sweet Potatoes . I', INC Wr - 'r n Y I News and News Forum --" - ........ ! Selected Short Subjects Orange-Nut Jello Salad on Lettuce RECORD I Disney Cartoon in Color "CO " ALL m ONE OOZ i "c0m ax 0 DUCX" Hot Rolls --- Cranberries ms. ]Tuesday. Wednesday, Nov. 28, 29 _ . | Evening Shows 7:30 and 9:30 Pies--HotMince or Pumpkin with i Livestock Ranches, Dairy Fbrms, Poultzy Banches, Orchards ] Sack Carson, Sane Wyman in t Vineyards, Groves, Hay and Grain Farms, Truck Farms, ' I "I[A'WE YOUR OWN BED" Whipped Cream and Diversified Farms of All 1Grids [ Irene Manning, George Tobias "- Selected Short Subjects