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ii i I | T IS WI, L IA E RE CHARGED FOR AT THE RATE ~])C PER WORD OF~ CASH XINI~JM CHARGE ~15e BLIND AD6 ..... ; ......... 25c EXTRA CARD OF THANKS ~$1.00 m ][~IST.ERED H E R E F O R D hulls for sale.--Yearli~gm and twoL -- Dillon B. Ruland0 Al- va, Wyo. gtfn BADE--U~ED FURNITURE a~d 8t~v~s.~Thompson Motor C~., Ph~e .6~, 81[~s~h. ~VANTED---- TO HEAR FROM owner of cattle ranch priced right. Box 1305, Casper, Wyo. 45-48 WANTED TO HIRE--LOG CUT- TERS and, general labor. See Mutt, Hart Bros. Lumber and Hardware, Sundance, Wyo.46tf~ COIN PURSE WITH SMALL change found. Owner may have by identifying and paying for this ad at Times office. 47 tn EaINNXNa 'NOVEMBER ' . the Spearfish-Moorcroft bus will make the round trip only ~hree times a week, on Mon- days, Wednesdays and Fridays, during the remainder of the winter. 47tfn. ~kDIO FOR SALE -- 6-TUBE ~$=volt battery Lafayette, in good shape. See Clingan at Jensen cabins, Sundance. 47-9" WANTED TO BUY BARLEY-- , Any amount. Write Chester Barker, Spearfish. 48-49* FARMAIJL FOR SALE--f a i r shape, nn rubber. Frank Bud- mayr, Ph. 10F25, Belle Fourche 48-49* SPRAYED FROM WILLOW WIL- LOW CREEK RESERVE-- white faced cow branded 4 Bar D on right side. Please notifY Andy Wociki, Phone 1F34, Newcastle, Wyo. 48-50* TURKEYS FOR CHRISTMAS-- live, dry picked or oven dress- ~d. J. D. Cart, Carlile. Leave orders at Tracy Motor, % Floyd Cart. 49-50 FOR SALE-~EVERAL SOWS with pigs, also several butcher hogs. Carl Chaffln and Wm. Waiters, Sundance. 49-51" ~MALL OIL HEATER WANTED. Alfred McLaughlin6. Sundasce. 49* MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL estate or cattle. J. H. Lincoln, Sundance 49tin WESTON COUNT~r POULTRY Association will receive dressed turkeys and chickens at Upton December 8. Your poultry will be graded and marketed at ceil- ing prices; actual cost of mar- keting will be deducted. For information contact the County Agent's office is Newcastle. 49 T NURSE VISITING AT ROCKY POINT First Lieut. Rachel Hemenwa is home on a 45 day leave visit- ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Hemenway at Rocky Point. She landed at Boston on Nov. 13 after serving 13 months overseas. She was stationed is a haspital in Normandy for 6 months and was in France for "the remainder of her service overseas. , x.-- Mrs. Oudie Studle a~d son, Billie, and her sister Ethel Straight are visiting here in Sun- dance having come over from Gillette last week. Paul Baker of the Raven creek country was a visitor in Sun- dance Saturday. TKE GREATEST TRIBUTE All the heartfelt sympathy that is yours in bereavement can be expressed in the I;eJectien of your monument. Choose, with tender care. every line and symbol to make it truly a creation1 worthy of loved one. --Wa,Te ,on PAeTtCULA~S-- Deadwood : Granite and N~rlfle Works Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bishop of Groveland, Mass., have an- nounced the coming marriage of their daughter, Evely~ Louise, to William James Russell of Spear- fish. The wedding date is set for December 9 and will take place at the Groveland Congregational church at four o'clock in the af- ternoon. The groom is a former resident of Sundance having been a part- ner in a retail grocery here be- fore entering the army. He re- turned home a few weeks ago af- ter having received his discharge. His bride-to-be is a former ar- my surse whom he met while receiving treatment in a hospital in England. --X COED BALL IS WELL ATTENDED A large group attended the an- nual Coed Ball held Friday eves- ing at the high school and spon- sored by the Home Ec Club. Mrs. George Grenier of Devils Tower, attired in a skating suit, won the prize for the prettiest costume while the award for the most original went to Barbara Hejde and Luella Bernd who were dressed as bunnies. Mirth pro-[ yoking suits of well-decorated un- derwear won the prize for the ,funniest costume for Mrs. Sid Harvey asd Mrs. Snooks of Sun- dance. Dancing followed by a lunch at midnight furnlshed the even- ings entertainment. X STOCKTON--MAEENDA That Bessie Lou Stockton and Edward J. Marenda were married recently at Redfield, S. D. was affirmed this week by the bride's father, H. A. Stockton of Aladdin who was in ,Sunda~ce Monday. The newly married couple spent a short time visiting at Athol, S. D. with the groom's sister, Mrs. Mary Hill, and are now at the Stockton ranch where they plan to remain a short time. Later they expect to move to Belle Fourche. Edward, who is the son of Mrs. Orpha Rash of Sundance, was re- leased a short time ago Cram the army after having served 15 months in ahe European theatre of war. His bride has been attend- ing high school in Sundance prior to her marriage. Veterans ~oreiam Wars Now Number 36 ~embers In Crook County Post There are 36 members is the local Veterans of Foreign Wars Organization reports Commander Emerson Pickerd who may be consulted by anyone wishing the names on the roll. Next gathering of the group will be held at Moorcroft Dec.14 at 8PM, he reports. --X OFFICE SUPP~ALL KINI~ AT THE TLM~,S, SUNDANCE. LEGAL NOTICES :I"N THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH J~YDICIAL DISTRICT WITHIN AND FOR THE COUNTY 0~ CROOK AND STATE OF WYOMING In the Matter of the Estate of LEWIS ,S. JORGENSEN, also known as LOUIS S. JORGENSEN, Deceased ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE It appearing to the Court that Clyde D. Roberts, as adminis- trator of the estate of Lewis S. Jorgensen, also known as Louis S. Jorgensen, deceased, has filed his petition herein praying for an order of sale of the real estate of the decedent hereinafter particu- larly described, for the purposes therein set forth, it is therefore ordered that sll persrms interest- ed in the estate of said deceased appear before the said District Court on the 4th day of January, A. D., 1946, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the court room in the court house of said District Court in the Town of ,Sundance, Wyo- ming, to show cause why an or- der should not be granted to the administrator to sell the real es- tate hereinafter described; and that a copy of this order be pub- lished four successive weeks in a legal sewspaper printed and pub- lished in said county. The real estate hereinbefore referred to is particularly described as follows: The north half of the south- west quarter of Section two, the southeast quarter and the southeast quarter of the south- west qua]'ter of Section three and th% northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of ,Sec- tion ten in Township fifty- three north of Range sixty- one West of the 6th P. M., Wyoming, contaising three hundred and twenty acres. Done in open court at Sun- dance, Wyoming, this 4th day of December, A. D. 1945. HARRY P. ILSLEY, Judge Otis Reynolds, Attorney December 6-13-20-27 X Oshoto Mrs. Fred Sehn and children spent the week-end at their home ranch.. Fred Sehn, Del Evans and Hom- er Holmes arc getting up their winters supply o~ wood. Junior Wagner is helping his sister Mrs. Harry Berger while ~Harry is recovering from an ap- i pendicitis operation. Mrs. Elbert Zimmerschied and Mrs. Millard Dickey visited at Ray Robinsons Saturday. Mary Butler of Moorcroft was a business caller at Del Evans Wednesday of last week. Several people from the Oshoto vicinity attended the dance at There |s No Substitute for Quality NOTHING WAS EVER MADE that someone could- n't make CHEAPER and Sell You LESS. We have the well known brands you want--not something "just as good." All our experience indi- cates that well known brands are better because they are packed to a standard and not to sell at a price. The Model Grocery 8UNDANCE, WY0. PARTLOW AN]) BRYA_W~ Jim Frlsbees ~aturday night. All reeported a grand time. Max Evans has been quite Ill with the flu and missed several dals of school last week. Several friends and neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Howard .Arnold gathered at the Charlie Williams home to charlvaree them. The ev- ening was .spent in playing cards after which a delicious lunch of sandwiches cake, cookies, pickels and coffee was served by Mrs. ! Charlie Williams. Miller Creek Mr. and Mrs. Errett Hapoft- stall have been enjoying a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Simms. The latter is the former Myrtle Man- ke. Mr. and Mrs. Will Oudin, Mrs, Halley Oudis and Alice Ann, Tul- ly Vore and Mrs. Guy Olson were shopping in Belle Fourche, Thurs. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carr trans- acted business in Sundance, Thur- sday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miles and: ~larice were visitors at, Errett Haponstalls, .Sunday. Cleo Olson and Frank Nickolas of Casper were callers at the Vore home Sunday. Lyle Putman was a Susday visitor at J. P. Solomons. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Lincoln and Twila; Mrs. Cora Vore and Miss Vera Wells spent Sunday afternoon at the A. J. Mont- gomery home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Tippetts and children attended church at Belle Fourche Sunday. Most every (me in this vicinity has had a seige of flu and very bad colds. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Mllem and Norma Jean drove to Spea~- fish Thursday to consult a Dr. in regard to the flu. We howe they have recuperated. FOOD SALE AND BAZARR at . Hulett, Friday, Dec. 14. Held by Hulett Willing Workers Club., II !1 I[I DON PRATT GRILL ' Belle Fourche, S. D. Under New Management Will Be Open On SundaylJ and closed on Weduesday~ II I A--B 1000 Hour Packs Now Available --Good Supply-- SEE US FOR ALADDIN LAMPS Good Choice of Styles Now In Stock C. D. Roberts Sundance FO~ good, hot Fall meals here's nothing like a spark- ling clear Pyrex Double-Duty Casserole I Really two dishes for the price at: one. Bottom serves as an open baker. Top is an exf:ra pie plate. Used as covered casserole if: keeps food hal on the/:able. Come, in 3 popular sizes. HART BROTHERS LUMBER & HARDWARE W mJ.g Radio Battery Packs