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] / DECEMBER 16, 1976 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 15 FOR fALE for Sale. Will deliver. James Sheeler, Vale, S.D., 456-2307. 45-4 gALE: Guernsey and Holstein milk cows. Ph. 283-2873. 51-53" SALE: Top quality oak firewood. Either delivered or you haul. Ph. 283-1958. 51-53 TEXAS REFINERY offers PLENTY MONEY plus cash" bonuses, fringe benefits to mature individuals in area. Re- gurdless of experience, airmail" A. N. Pate, Pres., Texas Refinery Box 711, Fort Texas 76101. SALE: Two-bedroom house on two lots. Base- ment with Franklin fire- place. 8x15 ft: Boll camp- ing trailer, sleeps six, very dean. Assorted baby fur- niture. Call 283-3321. lt* Di~ADLINE: Monday A.M. of Week to be inserted. WANT AD RATES: 10c Per Word Each Insertion MINIMUM CASH INSERTION 50c MINIMUM CHARGE INSERTION $1.00 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per Column Inch $1.40 CARD OF THANKS $2.00 BLACK FACE READER ADV. - Per Line 35c NOTE: Want Ads not ordered to be published in consecu- tive issues of The Sundance Times must be reordered for each subsequent insertion. PUBLISHER'S NOTE: All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to WEDNESDAY TOPS CLUB HAS MEETING Members of the Wednes- day Night TOPS Club met Dec. 8 with leader Donna Allen presiding. A loss of 2 pounds and a gain of 4aA pounds was recorded. P~t Duca was named Prin- cess of the Week. Members are reminded that dues ate now due. advertise "'any preference, limitation, or discrimination lmpropagation based on race. color, religion, sex, or national origin, or an Ichabod: "Do political intention to make any such preference, limitation of discrimination. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are informed that all dwellings advertised in this nespaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. 3-BEDR00M HOUSE With r~dwood deck entire length of house, llive stream on 11/2 acres, within walking distance of town. 9 Call us today. We can SALE: Heavy old oak [help you with your deci- buffet with mirror, brass Asion to become a home- locks and key. Also oldvowner - the best invest- candle drawer and a china Ament there is today. cabi aet, rectangular shap- ! ed. A few other items. Call 283-3003. lt* Rose Zella Proctor Phone 283-3477 plums grow from seeds?" Father: "No-they're the result of skillful grafting." Gets Resuim for rent. Ph. 283-1767. 50-52 RENT: 3 - bedroom Ph. 283-1742. 51-52 Kathy Vondriska SEVENTH-DAY ABVE1VIIb-'r Richard Holmes, Pastor Sabbath School, Saturday, 9:30 a.m. Worship Services, Saturday, 11 a.m. WEEK By DAMIS Forecast Period: December 19 to December 25 ARIES Mar. 21-Apr. 19 TAURUS Apr. 20-May 20 The new moon in your ninth house em- phasizes such things as travel or study. Expand your horizons. Harmonious re- lationship brings benefits. Other people's finances concern you. Beware of get rich quick schemes. Study all propositions carefully. Lend a helping hand when possible. SUNDANCB BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. O.W. Vandenberg, Pastor Worship with us - basement of the courthouse. Sunday School - 10 a.m. Morning Worship - 11 a.m Afternoon Bible study - Beulah community building - 3 p.m. Thursday Bible Study mad prayer, 620 So. Third, Sundance - 7:30 p.m. CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD EPISCOPAL Rev. Stanley C. Cliver, Vicar Services -9:30 a.m. Holy Communion - flint and third Sundays. Morning prayer - second and fourth Sundays (nursery provided). Sunday School - 9:30 a.m. Mid-week Holy Communion - Wed., ,7:30 p.m UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Gene HaRerman Sunday School - 10 a.m. Worship Service - 11 a.m. (Nursery provided). Junior and Senior high MYF, Sunday evening. Motnvr CAVARI J mm, Choir practice - 8-a.m. Chu h.services- 9 a.m. "(Holy oommmfion 2nd and 4th Sundays). Fellowship t0 a.m~ ~k/ndly School - 10.30 a.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST GEMINI An optimistic period. Partnership or . Bobby W. Woods, Preacher May 21-June 20 marital matters are especially favored. Sunday - Bible study, 10 a.m.~ Worship service and Look around you for many good business communion, 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Wednesday services, 8 p.m. opportunities. SUNDANCE WESLEYAN CHURCH MOONCHILD To insure a happy l~oliday, control that , John Hunter, Pastor June 21-July 22 urge to Wear yourself out preparing for it. Take it a little slower for health's sake. Sunday--9:30 a.m.--Sunday School, 10:30 a.m.--Annual LEO Get an early start on those holiday July 23-Aug. 22 projects you have in mind. Your creativity is high and they should turn out well. VlRGO There is a spiritual uplift in the home at- Aug. 23-Sept. 22 mosphere. Changes appear likely Your hospitality is gratefully accepted. LIBRA You find solutions to everyday problems Sept. 23-Oct. 22 and are a great help to kinfolk and neigh- bors. Be careful driving SCORPIO Financial interests favored now, with a Oct. 23-Nov. 21 desire to improve the welfare of others. Christmas Program, 6:30 p.m.--Youth Study Groups, 7:10 p.m.--Youth Fellowship, 7:30 p.m.--Evening Worship. Wednesday--Cottage Prayer Service. ST. ANTHONY'S CHURCH AND MISSIONS Rev. Vincent Bauer, Pastor Masses: Upton - Sunday 8:30 a.m.; Sundance - Sunday 10:30 a.m.: and Moorcroft - Saturday 6:30 p.m. Sunday - 9:30 A.M. Sunday School, 10:30 Worship Service, 6:30 Youth Study Groups, 7:10 Youth Fellowship, 7:30 Evening Worship. Wednesday - 7:30 P.M. Mid-Week Service. .! ELP WANTED. Phone 283-2727 This can result only in gain. C ~ ~ C SAGITTARIUS A favorable time to go ahead with the new usual good "old time school Sell lt Through Nov. 22-Dec. 21 venture you've been tossing around program and gift exchange. The Cl~,dR,~l~~v [TED: Supervisor for Flora Millerwent to " The public is cordially invited ........ Travel and legal matters are favored. )k County Weed and' Spearfish ]ast Stmday to visit "with h ne gr ug " toaii!!O~V410L!::st ~ i Pest Control District. Chat~ ---~-J" er~....., w...._' andar_. ..... hter,eCAPRICORN. . Call on your hospitalized friend who. will 283-2375 or con~?orma p.,~t.~ J,~ H,,~ ,~A~o.t~ ,,~ Dec 22-Jan 19 be so much better for your visit You Mr and Mrs Ted Miller deri:e much pleasure yourself as a result. officetion, for more " 50 52 She had abrother and sist.er AQUARIUS You II be busy, Aquarius, with the new " at home. flora also attenaed Jan. 20-Feb. 18 moon falling in your house of friendships. hstodian needed at thea party for the Dick Millers, Maintain friendly relations with all. ! Supervisioncreatures ~,~ ~ ~ ~,...,= r~ i Moorcroft school. 40of Crow Peak, on Sunday, it .........' s Black entryDOWN ~'~" " ~i-" ~ "'__= vi~ -~- ~ ~i : hours per week sick leave, ~,~ n;~b ..A -x-~-s 25thl'l~Cl~ (career matters are quite favorable.10 Resting 1 Church ~ !~ ;:.~, V."",-': ..... Feb. 19-Mar. 20 Changes are likely. Make your wishes Vacations. retirement and weaamg ~nmversary . 11 Bustling dignitary .L .L V M -~- W - " - group insurance. Call Margaret Moline" and known. Higher ups are apt to hsten. It Not a bit 2 Residence N ~ _ -.- ~ --.-" _ ~, 305-756-3446, No exper-Laura Mitchell attended a 13 B~'ome 3 Begin -- -ii~lN .,~ -_ - ~'~" clamorous, afresh N ,'-Q- - ~il'~ :l~l ience required, it 4-H council meeting in Sun- 14 Poem 4 Suffix ! --- HI. ~ - ~!- - -- I dance on Saturday and anChuck Pearsons for dinner. Bruce Carl~son, and Bob Fox. IS One-time for -1 =~ -" - V =J V [}CIE'I~ EDITOR needed. Extension Council meeting at Marilyn and Jerry Ryan Frank Pearson called on heavyweightstamp Parttime, work at home. the Pine Ridge church Sat- family were hosts Sunda)" to Nancy Pearson during the champ 5 Fruit of17 Abject 26 Actor Ca11283-3411. urdayP,.M. _ Mr. and Mrs. Larry Byrnes week and shopped in to~m. ~6 I~a~,t the oak 20 Departed Markham Gerald and Patsy Bunney and family of Belle Fourche. 8 ChecKer 6 Ben.umb 21 Restaurant 28 Twin crystal flew to Kansas City Mo. on The Keith McDonalds called The Denny Brengles called pieces ~ uand employee ~9 Sprigh!!y 19 Prepare for member ~ Dipole is 30 Gaggle s :~i~~ Thursday to attend a Coop on the Ryans on Wednesday on the Rick Brengles on resistance 8 Chad or one members meeting. They returned evening. Tuesday evening. I was in 20 Electrical Sloane ,type~ 31 Kind'" of home on Saturday evening. Kay and Sharon Marchant town on Thursday and hadterm 9 Lessees ;~3 Substitute statesman ! S TIME to get beautiful The monthly 4-H meeting went to the Charles Lewis dinner with my grandparents 21 Wine 11 Apprelien- (hyph. wd.) 33 Swiss Alps ~ for Christmas. Call Jean was held Sunday at the home in Sturgis on Sunday the AlJ)ert Leis. Dick DeYoe disorder sion ~4 Volcanic wind .,~. Jones for your Mary Kay Aladdin Hall. Following the for dinner. All of the three and l~arvin had coffee with 24 Pennies 15 Nucleus apex 36 Guided Cosmetics. Make your meeting, a pot luck lunchMarchant families - Walt,us on Thursday evening. 25stakesPUtup [, [2 3 [4 /~/,~S [~ [7 [e ~ ~" ~I appointment now for a free was enjoyed by all. Molines Harry and Ray called on Sam The annual Christmas 26 Day of , , ~ v//////~//////~ meeting will be January 9th. Friday visitors at the Wil- Oaks schoolon Dec. 17th at27 Railroad1,2r J ~'~ [ [ [ 'i" i~ Hutchinsons will be hosts, lard Viergutz home were 7:30 P.M. There will be stop | ~ [ [ " tq3 insurance problems? The Lloyd Viergutz s spent . (abbr.) ~'~ .~////A~s I I :~i lad risk, too young, too Thanksgiving in Belle with 28 Kaleido- ~ I ~ J I ~. [ Id. Call Farmers Union Grandpa Charles Viergutz ..... ; ...... - _ scope o[[,b ]17 [ [ [ ~[IO ~ ~ Zsurance at 746-2426 in and Joann. Henry and S , ~~memceme r~eip~ .... ~ sorts I " ! ! , I ~:~r~, lewcastle. 49tfn MrytleShunwayofChadron, I ~'~~, me ~m .cmplete .t~. I 32Poisonous ~~J,O I I ~zo [ Neb. spent some of Thanks- ! ~ payments, l~t~lm ! 34 Conoidalherb ~'////'z, .......... zz z~] I E 2~'~ ' , Aladdin giving week here. Daviette i[ ~~ nem.~sza~, ~ substance [z~ I V/~6 " ~-f'.~2~. ~ Viergutz went to Oklahoma I~:au to a:t~ or ~,~l)-;~Oerl ~ 35 Accuse of I | ~ [~ ~ ~'/'/~ Judy Brengle City, to t~e National Finals ~ ~,~m,~o~we~n~..._.~ ......... , _ ~ a crime ra~ ~*~Z~ I I~ ~o sffi Dec. 7, 1976 rodeo with her grandparents ~ ~_ _no.mes m .Moorero[t, ~ 36 German " [~///~ | think winter has won. We and the Shumaways. I[ ~ you arv ,ooamg tor a re)me give I[ art song ~ ~ "I ~ have quite a [;it of snow Saturday Carey and Josie ~ .... Lee W~Ii|~ ,~1 .... ~ ~[ 37 Place on ' [ an I I had some wind "last shopped in Belle in the ][ ~ ~'_~___~)1~"~'* ~ ~ , ,~,," i isiand ~ I ]" We might be using all morning. On Sunday, John I[ ua.won Jerrea nero z 3, , , , --- we put up last and Elizabeth Whalen, and ~[ r~n~.'~ " ' , " ~" ~.L..__.#, f ' ~ Distaff [ [ [ ~, same, if it and George were at the In " l I 4o V.I.P. ~ ~ ~//~s