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Convertible Exemplifies New Motor Styling No model in the line shows off to better ad-1the completely new "frontal design add to vantage the styling that will feature Chevrolets[low fleetness of appearance. The convertibl&lt; in 1956 than this Bel Air convert,ble. Note how among 19 body stylea that Chevrolet will ou, the spear-molding on the side of the fender and in three series of improved ears. Hulett and Mrs. Ambrose Lappe family were hosts to a turkey held at their home Thanks- day. Guests were Mr. and N. S. Clark, Oliver Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Harry and family, Upton; and and Mrs. Charles Clark and Spearfish. Wolf is due home this from Detroit, Mich. where has been stationed, having four years of service Lhe air force. Devils Tower Homemakers hold a bazaar and bake sale the Vines hotel Saturday, Dec. Tea will be served and all are to attend. for the holidays were Miss McAmis, who is taking a course in Rapid City; Rog- and Mike Bush from the Uni- in Laramie; and students the Black Hills Teachers in Spearfish, Lorraine Patsy Griffis, John Call- John Bare and Jim Long. Myrtle McClure returned Friday after spending the in Spearfish. Thanksgiving Notes and Mrs. Harry Vines and of Belle Fourehe spent days with Mrs. Anna Vines enjoyed her Thanksgiving din- rs. Mary Lebo and Rodney of Tower and Mrs. Beryl Agee Basin, Wyo., president of the Assembly, were dinner at the Mel Storm home. and Mrs. F. A. Bush enter- Roy Bush and Mrs. Grace and Mrs. Ralph Buescher of visited at the H. R. home over the weekend remained for Thanksgiving returning lome Friday. Lydia Hauber had Thanks- dinner with her son Lloyd family. at the Kenneth Stoddard were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest and son, Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. Clark and children, Mrs. K. B. and Elvin Rush, and Mrs. Hugh Scarborough three children of Stickney, S. 8Pent Thanksgiving with their Mr. and Mrs. Myron Scar- and Mrs. Clyde Lemriek family and house guest, Mrs. Campbell of Middletown, drove to Torrington to Thanksgiving at the Add home. They also visited Vir- and Jim Copple. and Mrs. Dean Bucher and of Belle Fourche were guests at the Malcolm home. and Mrs. John Callquist en- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bare sons, John and Charles, and and Mrs. Tom Hotchkiss at guests at the Henry 4ei- home were Warren Wilson, and Mrs. Frei Sutton and Mr. Mrs. Fred Borne. and Mrs. Jack Vsey enter- Mr. ani Mrs. Verne Barton family of Upton, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vasey, Mrs. Marne Kelly and Mrs. Margaret Vasey at dinner Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Verle Hedges and son, Danny, of Rapid City were Thanks- giving day guests at the Clinton Holmes ranch. Little Linda Link- later was also a visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McRann of Cheyenne visited friends here dur- ing the Thanksgiving holidays. Mr. McRann went hunting and bagged his deer while here. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kelly and i children of Denver arrived Friday I for a brief visit with the Vasey families. Mr. Kelly's mother, who has been visiting here several weeks returned home with them Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marten of Buffalo, Wyo. are the parents of a baby girl born Nov. 21. She has been named Denise Suzanne. Mrs. Marton is the former Pat Ripley. Mr. and Mrs. Willett Rhoades of Wheatland were guests at the Art Morgan home Friday. Mrs. Esther Cohee was dismissed from the hospital in Belle Fourche Saturday and taken to the hone of her daughter, Mrs. Sherman Bear in Moorcroft. Milton Kaiser recehtly sold his sawmill to Merle Johnson and plans to move to Pumpkin Buttes in the near future. Dr. and Mrs. Hardy of Austin Minn. recently had a car accident in which both were seriously in- jured and their car demolished. Mrs. Hardy is a sister of Trusty Moore. Miss Nellie Wood and brother Arthur arrived Tuesday from Den- ver to spend Thanksgiving. Nellie returned Frida but Arthur re- mained to work at the J. A. Law- rence ranch. He had been em- ployed at Mongomery Ward in Denver. Mrs. Frank Vasey entertained at her home Tuesday afternoon in honor of her sisters, Mrs. Margaret Vasey of Kalispell, Mont. and Mrs. Marne Kelly of Tecumseh, Nebr. Guests were Mrs. F. A. Bush, Mrs. Grace Bush, Mrs. Jess Storm, Mrs. Elsie Terhune and Mrs. Fred Borne. Cards were played and refreshments were served. George Finch of Yelm, Wash. and father of Mrs. Clinton Holmes recently uffered a stroke and is completely paralyzed in both arms and legs. He is a patient at the hospital in Olympia, Wash. Miller Creek Ken Hutchins and Tuff Vore helped Will and Hal Oudin with branding cows Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kiser were last Tuesday visitors at Wyman Bushnell's. Margaret stayed for "a few days visit. Ernest and Herman White were Wednesday visitors at H. A. Min- nich's. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oudin drove from Blair, Nebraska last Wed- nesday to spend Thanksgiving week withhis parents and other rehtives. Alice Ann Oudin and Judy Hutchins spent Thanksgiving vaca- tion with their parents. Thanksgiving day was observed here with the usual turkey dinners and entertaining friends and rela- tives. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nicholson and Grandma Anderson spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Barnes and Denny Nicholson. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hutchins and Judy and Dixie Nuekolls were guests of the Rath- buns. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Habeck and David at the William Habck, Sr. home. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Myers and family at Ross Scott's in Spearfish. White Brothers at EUsworth White's. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hay- worth and Bill at Mr. and Mrs. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Dec. 1, 1955 Sammy Bears. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kiser at Wyman Bushnell's. Guests of the Lorey Andersons included Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sager and Ben K. and O. C. Behrens of Spearfish. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Will Oudin were Thanksgiving guests of the Henry Oudins. Mr. and Mrs. Chesney Rathbun, Roger and Jennie Lea were Friday visitors at Don Grubb's. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carr were Belle Fourche business visitors Fri- day. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin and daughters were in Spearfish. Harvey Habeck and Dick Sprack- len trucked hay from Bill Habeck's Friday. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE All creditors and others inter- ested in the estate of OLE N. LEE, Deceased, take notice that the undersigned administratrix of said estate will, on or before the 24th day of December, 1955, file in the office of the Clerk of Court of Crook County, her final account and petition for distribution of said estate, where anyone interest- ed may examine such account and petition and file objections thereto in writing on or before the 4th day of January, 1956, and if no objec- tions are filed thereto, she will make final settlement of said es- tate on the 5th day of January, 1956, or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard. Dated at Sundance, Wyoming, this 30th day of November, 1955. Allegra V. Lee, Administratrix Scotty Gladstone, Attorney December 1, 8, 15, 22 Veteran's News Korea veterans have brought an unusual degree of maturity and stability to their Korean GI Bill training, according to a Veterans Administration study recently re- leased. The study disclosed that the average Korea veteran was nearly 25 years old at the time he started his GI training -- mature enough, VA pointed out, to want to get the most out of his studies. Sixty percent of the veterans were between 20 and 24 years old. Another 32 percent were between 25 and 30. Nearly all the rest were over 30; a small handful were under 20. The study showed that nearly half of all Korean GI Bill trainees are supporting families while pur- suing their studies. The majority of the "Family men" have child- ren. Married veterans seemed to con- centrate in schools below the col- lege level and in on-the-job and m-the-farm courses, while single veterans were attracted mainly to colleges and universities. Examining the records of GI college students alone, the survey fbund that 45 percent had been to college before. So far, more than 1,100,000 vet- erans -- one out of every four who served during the Korean conflict period -- have received some form of Korean GI Bill training during the three years the program has been in operation. About half at- tended college. The rest enrolled in other forms of training. There are 66 countries, including the United States, which have Jun- ior Red Cross organizations, total- ing more than 45,000,000 members. b P b What percentage of total gross sales should be spent in advertising? Here are figures . . . compiled by the Bureau of Business Research, Harvard University, for Retailers: Line of Business Percentage Auto Accessories Service Stations .........................  ............................. 2.6 Electrical ........................................................................ 1.1 Florists .......................................................................... 5.0 Drug Stores ...................................... _ ........................... 2.5 Grocery Stores .............................................................. 1.5 Jewelry .......................................................................... 3.9 Men's Clothing .............................................................. 3.8 1 Shoe Stores ....................... . ............................................ 3.7 I Departmen Stores .................... : ................................. 4.3 Hardware ...................................................................... 1.4 Beauty Shops ................................................................ 5.3 .Furniture Stores .......................................................... 7.0 ( Building Materials ...................................................... 1.0 ( d Luxury Class (gifts, etc) ............................... :- ......... 8.7 I Women's Apparel ........................................................ 3.9 " Cleaners .. ..............  ...................................................... 3.5 t NOW s the hme to concentrate your, ) ,  advertising in I rile SUN00,00/VCE rIMES ! Convertible Exemplifies New Motor Styling No model in the line shows off to better ad-1the completely new "frontal design add to vantage the styling that will feature Chevrolets[low fleetness of appearance. The convertibl< in 1956 than this Bel Air convert,ble. Note how among 19 body stylea that Chevrolet will ou, the spear-molding on the side of the fender and in three series of improved ears. Hulett and Mrs. Ambrose Lappe family were hosts to a turkey held at their home Thanks- day. Guests were Mr. and N. S. Clark, Oliver Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Harry and family, Upton; and and Mrs. Charles Clark and Spearfish. Wolf is due home this from Detroit, Mich. where has been stationed, having four years of service Lhe air force. Devils Tower Homemakers hold a bazaar and bake sale the Vines hotel Saturday, Dec. Tea will be served and all are to attend. for the holidays were Miss McAmis, who is taking a course in Rapid City; Rog- and Mike Bush from the Uni- in Laramie; and students the Black Hills Teachers in Spearfish, Lorraine Patsy Griffis, John Call- John Bare and Jim Long. Myrtle McClure returned Friday after spending the in Spearfish. Thanksgiving Notes and Mrs. Harry Vines and of Belle Fourehe spent days with Mrs. Anna Vines enjoyed her Thanksgiving din- rs. Mary Lebo and Rodney of Tower and Mrs. Beryl Agee Basin, Wyo., president of the Assembly, were dinner at the Mel Storm home. and Mrs. F. A. Bush enter- Roy Bush and Mrs. Grace and Mrs. Ralph Buescher of visited at the H. R. home over the weekend remained for Thanksgiving returning lome Friday. Lydia Hauber had Thanks- dinner with her son Lloyd family. at the Kenneth Stoddard were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest and son, Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. Clark and children, Mrs. K. B. and Elvin Rush, and Mrs. Hugh Scarborough three children of Stickney, S. 8Pent Thanksgiving with their Mr. and Mrs. Myron Scar- and Mrs. Clyde Lemriek family and house guest, Mrs. Campbell of Middletown, drove to Torrington to Thanksgiving at the Add home. They also visited Vir- and Jim Copple. and Mrs. Dean Bucher and of Belle Fourche were guests at the Malcolm home. and Mrs. John Callquist en- Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bare sons, John and Charles, and and Mrs. Tom Hotchkiss at guests at the Henry 4ei- home were Warren Wilson, and Mrs. Frei Sutton and Mr. Mrs. Fred Borne. and Mrs. Jack Vsey enter- Mr. ani Mrs. Verne Barton family of Upton, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vasey, Mrs. Marne Kelly and Mrs. Margaret Vasey at dinner Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Verle Hedges and son, Danny, of Rapid City were Thanks- giving day guests at the Clinton Holmes ranch. Little Linda Link- later was also a visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McRann of Cheyenne visited friends here dur- ing the Thanksgiving holidays. Mr. McRann went hunting and bagged his deer while here. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kelly and i children of Denver arrived Friday I for a brief visit with the Vasey families. Mr. Kelly's mother, who has been visiting here several weeks returned home with them Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marten of Buffalo, Wyo. are the parents of a baby girl born Nov. 21. She has been named Denise Suzanne. Mrs. Marton is the former Pat Ripley. Mr. and Mrs. Willett Rhoades of Wheatland were guests at the Art Morgan home Friday. Mrs. Esther Cohee was dismissed from the hospital in Belle Fourche Saturday and taken to the hone of her daughter, Mrs. Sherman Bear in Moorcroft. Milton Kaiser recehtly sold his sawmill to Merle Johnson and plans to move to Pumpkin Buttes in the near future. Dr. and Mrs. Hardy of Austin Minn. recently had a car accident in which both were seriously in- jured and their car demolished. Mrs. Hardy is a sister of Trusty Moore. Miss Nellie Wood and brother Arthur arrived Tuesday from Den- ver to spend Thanksgiving. Nellie returned Frida but Arthur re- mained to work at the J. A. Law- rence ranch. He had been em- ployed at Mongomery Ward in Denver. Mrs. Frank Vasey entertained at her home Tuesday afternoon in honor of her sisters, Mrs. Margaret Vasey of Kalispell, Mont. and Mrs. Marne Kelly of Tecumseh, Nebr. Guests were Mrs. F. A. Bush, Mrs. Grace Bush, Mrs. Jess Storm, Mrs. Elsie Terhune and Mrs. Fred Borne. Cards were played and refreshments were served. George Finch of Yelm, Wash. and father of Mrs. Clinton Holmes recently uffered a stroke and is completely paralyzed in both arms and legs. He is a patient at the hospital in Olympia, Wash. Miller Creek Ken Hutchins and Tuff Vore helped Will and Hal Oudin with branding cows Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kiser were last Tuesday visitors at Wyman Bushnell's. Margaret stayed for "a few days visit. Ernest and Herman White were Wednesday visitors at H. A. Min- nich's. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oudin drove from Blair, Nebraska last Wed- nesday to spend Thanksgiving week withhis parents and other rehtives. Alice Ann Oudin and Judy Hutchins spent Thanksgiving vaca- tion with their parents. Thanksgiving day was observed here with the usual turkey dinners and entertaining friends and rela- tives. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nicholson and Grandma Anderson spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Barnes and Denny Nicholson. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hutchins and Judy and Dixie Nuekolls were guests of the Rath- buns. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Habeck and David at the William Habck, Sr. home. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Myers and family at Ross Scott's in Spearfish. White Brothers at EUsworth White's. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hay- worth and Bill at Mr. and Mrs. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Dec. 1, 1955 Sammy Bears. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kiser at Wyman Bushnell's. Guests of the Lorey Andersons included Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sager and Ben K. and O. C. Behrens of Spearfish. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Will Oudin were Thanksgiving guests of the Henry Oudins. Mr. and Mrs. Chesney Rathbun, Roger and Jennie Lea were Friday visitors at Don Grubb's. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carr were Belle Fourche business visitors Fri- day. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin and daughters were in Spearfish. Harvey Habeck and Dick Sprack- len trucked hay from Bill Habeck's Friday. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE All creditors and others inter- ested in the estate of OLE N. LEE, Deceased, take notice that the undersigned administratrix of said estate will, on or before the 24th day of December, 1955, file in the office of the Clerk of Court of Crook County, her final account and petition for distribution of said estate, where anyone interest- ed may examine such account and petition and file objections thereto in writing on or before the 4th day of January, 1956, and if no objec- tions are filed thereto, she will make final settlement of said es- tate on the 5th day of January, 1956, or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard. Dated at Sundance, Wyoming, this 30th day of November, 1955. Allegra V. Lee, Administratrix Scotty Gladstone, Attorney December 1, 8, 15, 22 Veteran's News Korea veterans have brought an unusual degree of maturity and stability to their Korean GI Bill training, according to a Veterans Administration study recently re- leased. The study disclosed that the average Korea veteran was nearly 25 years old at the time he started his GI training -- mature enough, VA pointed out, to want to get the most out of his studies. Sixty percent of the veterans were between 20 and 24 years old. Another 32 percent were between 25 and 30. Nearly all the rest were over 30; a small handful were under 20. The study showed that nearly half of all Korean GI Bill trainees are supporting families while pur- suing their studies. The majority of the "Family men" have child- ren. Married veterans seemed to con- centrate in schools below the col- lege level and in on-the-job and m-the-farm courses, while single veterans were attracted mainly to colleges and universities. Examining the records of GI college students alone, the survey fbund that 45 percent had been to college before. So far, more than 1,100,000 vet- erans -- one out of every four who served during the Korean conflict period -- have received some form of Korean GI Bill training during the three years the program has been in operation. About half at- tended college. The rest enrolled in other forms of training. There are 66 countries, including the United States, which have Jun- ior Red Cross organizations, total- ing more than 45,000,000 members. b P b What percentage of total gross sales should be spent in advertising? Here are figures . . . compiled by the Bureau of Business Research, Harvard University, for Retailers: Line of Business Percentage Auto Accessories Service Stations .........................  ............................. 2.6 Electrical ........................................................................ 1.1 Florists .......................................................................... 5.0 Drug Stores ...................................... _ ........................... 2.5 Grocery Stores .............................................................. 1.5 Jewelry .......................................................................... 3.9 Men's Clothing .............................................................. 3.8 1 Shoe Stores ....................... . ............................................ 3.7 I Departmen Stores .................... : ................................. 4.3 Hardware ...................................................................... 1.4 Beauty Shops ................................................................ 5.3 .Furniture Stores .......................................................... 7.0 ( Building Materials ...................................................... 1.0 ( d Luxury Class (gifts, etc) ............................... :- ......... 8.7 I Women's Apparel ........................................................ 3.9 " Cleaners .. ..............  ...................................................... 3.5 t NOW s the hme to concentrate your, ) ,  advertising in I rile SUN00,00/VCE rIMES !