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December 18, 1969

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CLASSIFIED RATES DEADLINE: Tuesday noon of week to be Inserted. ALL CLASSIFIEDS S CENTS A WORD, each Insertion. MINIMUM CASH Insertion S0. MINIMUM CHARGE INSERTION, $1.00 Local BLACKFACE READERS 30 per line. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY -- $1.25 per column inch. CARD OF THANKS -- 1.00. NOTE: WANTADS not ordered to be published in consecutive Issues of The Sundance Times, must be reordered for each subsequent Insertion. FOR SALE FOR SALE: Lo~s at Keyhole re. sort area, approx. 90 x 164 ft. 1~. 283-2886 or c on,ta:ot Fred Tschetter at Keyhole M.arina. 37~fn. FOR SALE: 1955 Ford F-600 FOR SALE: Upright EHing~on piano, good shape. ~h. 283-2322 a~ter 5 p.m. or contact Lyle Fall. 49-51 FOR SALE: Polaris snowmobiles; 15, 20 and 30-inch track. Avail- able with electric start and transmission. Prices start at $525 - .and up. Contact Jerry Ista, Htflett, W~,o., 467-5518. 49-51 FO~ SALE: Antique capboard. Call 283-1319 ,afternoons. 51-2" FOR RENT sanders and edgs,Gambles Spearfish, S.D. Itfn FOR R~NT: One bedroom turn- ished apartment. Sundance Mo- tel, ~h. 283-1586. 48tfn. WANTED WAY ED: Waitress. Co,tact Aro Care, Sundance. 283-9168. 44fin HELP WANTED WANTED: Maid wan,ted. (Miscellaneous ~vork. Apply at Arrowhead Motel. It MISCEI.LANEOUS CUSTOM AR'rIFICIAL llqS N[- tnation merviee. All breeds avagable. Breed for qutllt and added profit. Cheater He|de, Aladdin, Wyo., 388- ltfn THE REST OF AIL ]GNDS OF insurance, bonds. I. O. Traey, Su dance. ltin ~OR /t]~: 2 trailer spaces in Sundance. Richard Snider or Paul Myers. 51-52" I~)SrHVELY no rabbR hunting with snowmobiles or any other vehicle on .any land owned or leased by ~he following: Strait- or Clark, Nels J. Smith, Act and Chanley Nichctas , Carl (M~yer, Hawken Bros. 51-52 TV set on the blink? Call Karl at Sundance Electric, 283-3423 43/tin POR ymtr hay gri.,tdin~ needs wrRe ~ox 25, Hulett, Ph~me 467-5573, George Watts Jr. 43-52" FOR LOW PIIICE and high quality interior painting and decorating old wall, woodwork ~nd cupboards. Grained to look like new kno,tty pine. No Job too big or too small. Also cars, trucks painted like new. Bob Lee, S~ndance, 283-2152. 47fin TIME PAYMENTS and GIFT CERTIFICATES at Matson Sporting Goods and Gambles Store Spearfish, S. D. FOLEY SAW FILING. For expert saw filing see Wilbur Dillavou, Ph. 283-1974, Sundance. 17tfn NO HUNTING or trespassing on any of m~, land on Tower Di. vide without my permission. Land will be posted. Lylc Put- reran, Carlile, Wyo. 4Ztfn. REPAIR SERVICE FOR APPLIANCES TV - Washers - Dryers and Smell Appliances Expert Technicians MAYTAG AND CORONADO Franchised Dealer Servicing what we sell mkeo our mony satisfied customers. 714 Main Spearfish, S. D. To( T_x)cal schools ~ill close Friday noon ,for the Christmas vacation, Supt. Roger Thorson said Tues. d.ay. ,He said hot ,lunches will not be served ~Friday. The local schools will resume classes on Jan. 5. * Extension Coc Sets '70 Dates, Ne~ officers were installed earlier this month in Sundance during a meeting of the Crook County Extension Homemakers Council. Installed were $~Irs. Freda Sny- der, secretary; and Mrs. Henry Pickcrd, treasurer. ~Mrs. Lloyd Cole was .~ppointed chairman for the Women's In- .stitue to be held in Sundance March 3. Other appoln,tmerRs made ~ere: ,Mrs. ~Biil Sell, Sundanee, county health chairm.an; Mrs. Elvera ~Leitner, :Spearfish, county civil defense and citizenship ~hairman; and Mrs. William Crago, chairman ~or Hobby Day scheduled for April 23. May 9 ~vas selected as the date for the annual sprin,g luncheon. The title, "HOW ~I Have 'Bane- ,fitted from E~tension Work," was selected for ~the essay con- test ~vhich may be en,tered by any member. Entries must be sent to ~Mrs. Emory George, Sundanee, by April 1. Prizes of $5 .and $3 ,wil,l be oHered ~o the top two essays. The Jully council meeting will ,be held at the home o.f Mrs. ,Frankie Pearson and Mrs. Char- les Pearson on July 14. Achieve- ment ~)ay ne~ct year has been scheduled for .Sept. 19. During a ,planning meeting Dec. 1, C(>unty ~Iome Economist Virgini,a Ramsey gave a resume of ~vhat ~programs are available in the .county Extenssion office where literature is available to be checked ottt. Members ex- pressed ideas on their needs for the future. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Suctdance, Wyo. Dec. 18, 1969 115 123 130 137 145 155 165 175 185 Heavyweight -- John Bau ~von by forfeit. Alvin Oliver came up with a vital pin in the 185-1b. ma~tch Saturday night at Hulett as lhe :Red Devils edged Upton 25-23 in a dual meet. ttulett :was leading 20-18 when Oliver recorded his pin. The Red Devils led 17-3 at one time before Upton scored three pins to tighten ~the s,eore. The results: 98 ---,Mike ~edger (H) dec. Gary Boal, 3-0. 107 -- Terry Goodvin (H) pinned Doug Esquivel, 2:35. -- Lloyd Raber (H) dec. ,Mick Esquivel, 5-0. -- Ed Burr (U) dec. Lyle Ike, 94. --Frank Dorsett (H) dec. Gary Wood, 7-2. ---Lindy Bartlett fit) dec. Ed Ha german, 5-0 --~ Tim Waterbury (U) pin- ned Robert Atkinson, 2:30. --- Dan Clyde (U) pinned J. L. Driscoll, 2:50. -- Merle Clark (H) dec. Cliff Abbott, 6-1. ---,Dave Kimsey (U) pinned George Ridinger, 3:50. -- Alvin ,Oli,ver (H) pinned Jerry Walker, 2:15. (u) "~" meet -- ttulett 13, Upton 0. Farmers and ranchers throughout the United States will re- ceive 1969 Census of Agriculture forms in the mail during Jan- aary of 1970 and, for the first time, will be asked to fill them out and mail them back, preferably before February 15. The all- mail system assures greater privacy, economy and efficiency, according to officials of the U. S. Bureau of the Census. The re- sults, released only in statistical form with no clue to the iden- Uty of any individual operator, provide the yardstick by which ~kmerican agricultural advancement is measured each five years. eligw, INI. COLOGNES by Matchabelli, Coty and Nini Ricci Black Hills Gold Jewelry Gall Jewelry Jewelry Boxes Timex Watches Gift Boxed Russell Stover Candy GIFT HINTS FROM THE GIFT SHOP ~1~ Kustom Kraft Walnut ,~ Ikora Were "~ Chromex Ware Glauware Fluffy Plush Animals Games for all ages incuding Battle- ship, Probe, Clue, The Mating Game Matchbox Series World Globes New Silly Sand Tonka Trucks & Mini-Tonka Toys Fisher-Price Toys Chemistry Sets Plastic Models i i i# For HIM COLOGNES by Old Spice, British Sterling, Bravura, English Leather, Black Belt Billfolds ")r Pen & Pencil Sets (:ameras Film & Flashbulbs Timex Watches ~-Hallmark Christn~s Cards and Table Decoretio~ WE WILL BE OPEN EVENINGS STARTING DEC. 18 YOU MAY BE A WINNER -- GUESS THE NUMBER OF CAPSULES in our 32 oz. graduate - winners selected Dec. 24. First prize - 41 pc. Colonial Prism Cut Glass Set. Second - Fire King Casserole Dish Set. Free Gift Wrapping - We Also Wrap for Mailing orne Ph. 283-2929 Sundance