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January 23, 1969     The Sundance Times
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FIVE YEARS AGO January 23, 1964 Harvey R. Ferdinand, a county pioneer since 1908, former cow- ,hand and newspaper editor, is dead at 77. Negotiations were completed Monday by Shell Oil Co. and Buf- falo Petrol, Ltd. Rapid City, a South Dakota corporation, in a large ]and lease acquisition pro- gram in the Rocky Ford area east of Sundance. Fourteen members and four adult leaders of the Sundance Boy Scout troop held their annual winter campout recently. The group camped in 12- 18 inches of snow near the Ellsbury ranch in the northern area of the Bear Lodge. Hulett-~Willis Clark purchased a team of work horses from Claude Seeley and has been giv- ing them a work ou~. TEN YEARS AGO January 22, 1959 The Crook County Hospital Board, meeting at .Hulett Friday, recommended that a $150,000 hospital bond issue be placed be- fore the county's voters. The plan estimates the cost of the p~oposed hospital as approximately $270,- 000. The Sundance Bulldogs were ,hardly extended last week in run- ning their .victory total to seven against one loss by mauling Buf- falo,S. D. and Tongue River in games here. The Bulldogs are now ranked seventh in the state among the Class B clubs. Government Canyon- A fire de- stroyed the home and most of the contents of ,Mr. and ~Irs. Charles DeWitt Dec. 21. A few pieces of cIothing, furniture and dishes were saved. FIFTEEN YEARS AGO January 21, 1953 Two women received numerous injuries the night of Jan. 13 when the ear in ,which they were riding struck a deer and the animal crashed through ,the windshield. A 10.point program for 1954 has .been outlined by Sundanee Commercial Club presiden~ R. M. Bernd. ,Four consecutive .days of be- low weather ,were recorded in Sundance iast vceek as the most severe cold spell of the winter gripped the county. Coldest weather of the winter came Jan. 16 when the mercury sank to 16 below. The flVlcCarthy Well Co. of Minneapolis is expected here Feb. 21 to s,tart testing operations on the city's water well in Reuter Canyon. TWENTY YEARS AGO January 20, 1949 All highways entering Sundanee were temporarily blocked by a third sudden snowfall, accompa- nied by relatively high winds and sub-zero temperatures on Jan. 16. Bert W. Evans, Democratic representative of Crook County, was the only member of Wyom- ing's 30th legislafure still snowed in Thursday afternoon. .Wiliam Glasby, crew foreman of the highway department, seri- ously sprained the ligaments in his left arm Friday night ~hen he slipped off the snow plaw and hit .the concrete floor at the highway shop. The snow-isohted village on Tinton on the S. D.- Wyo. i)order in ,the ~high rugged area of the Black Hills was reached early Tuesday morning of last by snow- plows after two days of road clearing. Supplies for the town's 33 residents, almost completely out of food, came behind ,the plows in a power wagon. FIFTY YEARS AGO January 22, 1919 Oliver ~Boon ,has been pursuing the seasonable sport of landing s few messes of trout from Sun- dance Creek lately. Twenty years ago yesterday, the win~er set in most abruptly and continued almost until April 7, according to some of the old. timers. Wasn't that a happy, bouyant boyish way the (Monitor said It, feigned or otherwise: "The Times can read the FMonitor." -tra- la- la la! Goodie-goodie-gouge. Depu.ty sheriff Thorn and Coun- ty Attorney Nicholas left this afternoon for Newcastle .to appre- hend a man thought to have shot and robbed another near Moor- croft last night. ,Water coursed freely down the streets from the thaw on Monday and previous days-just like April- and now and then a little gust of dust was visible from a dry spot. SEVENTY YEARS AGO January 25, 1899 Fresh fish is an excellent diet for the brain. Try some of the salmon at Schloredts. Ben Vest last week purchased Lem Vines' ranch near Cold Springs and ,will occupy the same in the spring. Cold Springs Can- yon is destined ~to become the garden spot of Wyoming, judging ,from reliable reports. The soil is a rich black loam and ~ts depth is estimated at from two to 10 lengths of Kid Richardson. "Not since the winter of '81," said an oldtimer, "have the peo- ple of Crook county enjoyed as fine a winter .as this has been." Not since the Indians used to dance on Sundanee ~ountain have prices been so low. H. W. Nichols is selling 2 pair of ladies' ~urson hose far 25 cen.ts; 7 spools of Coates bbest thread for 25 cents; the best Rochford sox on earth for 10 cents a ~pair; 25 cents buys a pair of suspenders in the house. Boy's overalls are 15 cent a pair. Virginia Ramsey, CEHE How Do Your Spending Habits Compare With "Average' If you're an "average" family, you're probably spending 18 to 20 percent of your annual in- come for food, and from 10 to 20 ,percent for clothing. ',Statistics tell us that the aver- age U. S. family is 3.7 persons, ,which, of course, is impossible," points out Miss Helen Miller, University of Wyoming ~Exten- sion home managemeent special- ist. 'There is no average family just as there is no average ex- pen.diture pattern which fits all families," she continued. It is possible, however, to apply some rules of thumb which will help in managing money, she said. Here are a few of them: 1. If you're buying a home, the amoun.t should not exceed twice your current annual income. 2. Upkeep and household op- erations should not exceed one 'percent of the house's total pur- ~chase .price. 3. Your total debts, including the mortgage should be no more than 20 percent .of your annual take-home pay. 4. No more than eight percent of your annual take-home pay should go for house furnishings. 5. An adequate emergency fund should contain three month's salary or around $1000. 6. It will cost you approximate- ly 10 cents a miIe to operate and keep your family car. If you drive 10,000 miles this year, the cost will be $1,000, including depreciation. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundante, Wyo. Jan. 23, 1969 -- . -- ...... Im -- -- Blacktail Hustlers 4-H'ers Hold Fourth Meeting The fourth meeting of th~ Blacktail Hustlers 4-H Club w~ held Jan. 9 in the Hulett BaP' tist church ,basement. Flag pledges were led by Cathy Aaberg and Debra Neiman. Members answered roll call by telling w:ha~ ,they received for Christmas. : The club's snow party, whic~ had been cancelled, was r~ scheduled for Feb. 9 at 2 p.m. a~ the Dee Clark ranch. The cl~ will also hold its next meetin~ at that .time. asked all inte~ Ray Walker ested leaders to attend the di~ trict meeting in Gillette Jan. ,~: starting at 9 a m. in The Sand~: At the February meeting, Joyc~ Grubb will give a talk on can cer~ Following the meeting, mern" bers exchanged Christmas gifts, Crai eng Lira CARD OF THANKS son We wish to thank all our friends, neighbors and relatives "'~ for their concern, phone callS, ~at cards, flowers and visits while Her Art was in ,the hospital. We aV Mar reciate your thoughtfulness. Serf Art and Myrtle Rathbun ing. B ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY $. 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