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--Badlands (Continued From Fn'st Page) joined the Badlands Assn. Cost of entering the asssociation is $250 for this year. R. T. A. to Be Discussed Don Steiger of Hulett, who is connected with the Rural Tele- phone Association has also been invited to attend the meeting and answer questions about the R.T.A. At the club's December meeting, there was some discussion about a telephone trunk line for Sun- dance. It is hoped that Steiger can offer some information about such a possibility. Benefit Game Raises__County Grass $21 for Polio Drive (Continued From First Page) The Harvesters basketball game losing streak reached six Saturday night when the Ft. Meade basket- ball club whipped them 57 to 44. Two weeks ago at Ft. Meade, the Sundance team was nipped 54-52 in overtime. Only a slim crowd saw the game which was' played for the benefit of the March of Dimes. The polio Cash Minnich Wins [fund was enriched by $21.25, the Western State Trap I gate receipts for the night. Shoot in Arizona Cash Minnich of Moorcroft, well known in the county as a crack shot, grabbed off first place in the Class C Western State Trap Shoot held in Tucson, Arizona last week. Minnich broke 99 out of 100, Two weeks agor-Minnich, who shoots with the Gillette club, was in the trapshooting contest at Al- buquerque, New Mexico. Training Meetings Set for 4-H Leaders In Sundance, Hulett Sundance and Hulett will be the site of 4-H leader training meet- ings the first week in February. Both meetings will occur in the afternoon with the Sundance ses- sion scheduled for Feb. 4, and the Hulett meeting planned for Feb. 5, A third meeting, to have been held in Moorcroft the evening of Feb. 5, has been cancelled. County Agent Willet Keyser will conduct the meetings in place of Miss Aleta McDowell, state 4-H club agent, who is unable to at- tend. Becau~se of the number of pro- jects undertaken by 4-H clubs and the necessity of having leaders for the projects, a great deal of train- ing is needed by the project lead- ers in order to instruct the 4-FI members. Since each project varies some- what, different leadership is need- ed for each one. The purpose of the training meetings is to get the project leaders together in one group and discuss with them the various methods of getting infor- mation to the fi~embers- Biggest advantage of such meet- ings is that through discussions among themselves, the 4-H leaders develop new ideas and methods of, instructing, which benefit not only themselves but also the 4-H club members. Feb. 2 Display Date For 1952 P. S. C., Auto License Plates State Highway Patrolman D. L. Webster has issued a final notice concerning the deadline for the displaying of 1951 auto license plates. On Feb. 2, the 1952 plates must be displayed on automobileJ and trucks. [ * Webster also said that the 19521 P.S.C. plates must be displayed by Feb. 2 on all vehicles that require them. Previously, it had been an- nounced that the new P.S.C. plates would have to be displayed by Jan. 1, but the deadline had been shov- ed ahead to Feb. 1. When securing the 1952 plates at the county treasurer's office, the auto registration papers, and not the title, must be shown. The rought tilt was an even bat- tle until the third stanza when the Ft. Meade five blew the roof off with an 18 point splurge. Pre- vious to that, the lead had see- sawed with the Harvesters trailing at the half, 25-20. The Harvesters, hitting on 17 out of 22 free throws, never approach- ed that percentage from the floor, blowing numerous scoring chances. High man for the night was Welsh of Ft. Meade who flipped in 20 points. Worth and Shear pick- ed up 12 points apiece for the South Dakota club. Floyd Carr slapped in 10 points for the Har- vesters with Jack Ripley and Bill Durfee chipping in with nine coun- ters apiece. Daughter Born Sat. To Edward Pzinski's Mr. and Mrs. Edward Pzinski of Four Corners became the parents of their first child when a seven pound girl was born to them Jan. 26 at the Weston County hospital in Newcastle. The baby girl has been named Beverly Kay. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lissolo and Mr. and Mm. George Pzinski of Newcastle are the paternal grand- parents. Navy Recruit Chief To Take Enlistments In Sundance Feb. 8 The'Fleet will move into Sun- dance on Feb. 8 and look around for young men who are anxious to go to sea. Chief James K. Hayes of the Sheridan Navy Recruiting Station will be in Sundance on that date from 1-3 p.m. He will inter. view applicants and accept enlist- i ments in the Navy. Small Traffic Mishap Mars Sundance Calm A minor traffic accident occur- red Friday morning on Third Street in front of the Marshall- Wells store in Sundance when a car driven by Mrs. R. M. Bernd of Sundance collided with a 1947j Buick driven by Howard Allen of: Sundance. The car driven by Mrs. Bernd backed from the curb into the street just as Allen started by. Mrs, Bernd said that a frosted rear window was the cause of the accident. The right front and rear fenders of Alien's car were badly bruised with the impact of the collision driving the bumper through the right front tire. Damage was es- timated ~ $125. The Bernd car suffereda'* broken taillight and a small dent in the fender. Damage was set at $10. The accident was investigated by State Highway Patrolman D. L. Webster. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere appreciation for the many kind- nesses extended us in our recent sorrow: To Cedar Lodge No. 124, the pianist and singers, and to those who sent flowers and cards and contributed to the Cancer Memorial, we are deeply grateful. Mrs. Arlo Nielsen Mrs. George Nielsen Mrs. Anna Belle Stephens Mrs. Lillian O'Haver Mrs. Lucille Stultz Ray and Eldon Nielsen Jim Montgomery's Parents of Baby Boy Mr. and Mrs. Jim Montgomery of Montana are the parents of a son born Jan. 30 at the Beagle hospital in Sundance. The baby boy weighed 7 pounds and 12 ounces. He has not yet been nam-I ed. I Mr. Montgomery is the son of] Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Montgomery ofI | Carlile. [ Fell 'era, you saw it in The Timea [ where they can be seen and com- pared. Arrangements have already been made with Harry Vore for demonstration grass plots along the Redwater road. Other plots will be located at Carlile, Hulett and Sunny Divide. Primary purpose of such demon- stration plots is to show what the various varieties will do in the county. While information is avail- able on the various varieties from the State Experimental Station, conditions in the county are differ- en from those at the Experimental Station and the results may be somewhat different. Hereford Association Names Emory George Group Member Emory George, Sundance ranch- er, was named to membership in the American tter~ford Asocia- tion on Jan. 28. One hundred sixty- two Hereford breeders were plac- ed on the Association's roster dur- ing December 1951. The total membership now numbers 19,289 with members from every state in the union. Last year, the Hereford Associa- tion recorded a new world record of 506,061 purebred calves, an ih- crease of 79,090 over the record es- tablished during the previous fis- cal year. White faced calves regis- tered last year were nearly three times the total registration of all other beef breeds. Moorcroft C & C Club Plans to Back All Ben, efit Drives Various health and b e n e f i t drives will be supported by the Moorcroft Civic and Culture Club during 1952, it was announced at a meeting of the club held Jan. 22 in Moorcroft. Mrs. R. H. O'Connor, foreign correspondence chairman, submit- ted names of pen pals in Holland and England to the club. Several members reported that they had received answers from their for- eign pen pals. Press and publicity chairman, Mrs. Amos Hall, presented the press book of clippings to the club for approval. The press book will be judged in March in the Press Book contest held ,by the Federa- tion of Women's clubs. The Executive Committee of the Civic and Culture club will meet in session on Feb. 18 with the next regular meeting of the club et for Feb. 26. The scheduled guest speaker, Mrs. Elizabeth Roberts of New- castle was unable to attend be- cause of weather conditions. She was to have spoken on European travels. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Cleston Lubken, Mrs. W. H. Barney and Mrs. Har- old Hengl. Nine Sundance Jr., Senior High Students Named to Honor Roll Five Sundance students made the six weeks honor roll and eight students were named to the semes- ter honor roll. Named on the six weeks honor roll were Joan Key- ser, eighth grade; Mary Ann Chaf- fin and Jeanne Donaldson, jun- iors, and Sally Nolan and Donna Tschetter, seniors. Mary Ann Chaffin, Jeanne Don- aldson and Donna Tschetter were also on the semester honor roll Othe students winning a place on the semester honor roll were Tom- my Miller, Ben. Sager and Patsy Tschetter, freshmen, and Margie Thorne, sophomore. Typewriter Ribbons at The Times l Bulldogs Play Oilers In Sundanee Feb. 9 Swamped under a 28 point Gill- ette first period, the Sundance Bulldogs were tagged with their fifth consecutive Powder River basketball conference defeat as the Gillette Camels n~iled them with a 74 to 29 defeat in Sundanee Friday night. The lop-sided tilt saw 60 fouls called with three Sundance play- ers and four Camels fouling out. The Bulldogs clicked for only four baskets with Kenny Fall scoring them all. Sundance picked up 21 of its points on fouls. After Gillette had racked up a 28-6 lead in the first quarter, the game was no contest. Sundanee rallied briefly in the second per- iod, but was never able to close the gap. , Kenny Fall fired in 20 of the Sundunce points, while for Gillette Vines and Johnson whipped in 22 and 20 points to lead the Camel attack. Gillette used ten men and they all broke into the scoring column. The Rozet Mustangs had been scheduled to play in Sundance last Tuesday night, but the flu bug struck the Rozet team forcing can- cellation of the game. Next con- ference battle for the Sundance club will be in Sundance the night of Feb. 9 when they meet the Mid- west Oilers. Two players have quit the Sun- dance club. Dick Zane and Keith Jackson were dropped because of scholastic difficulties. Zane did not i play in the Gillette game. !Prayer Meeting Scheduled There will be a prayer meeting at the A. N. Taylor home at 2:30 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 2. Everyone welcome. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rounds and daughters spent Sunday in Rapid City visiting at the Vic French home. SUNDANC]Z S:O0 P. M. Friday, Saturday Feb. 1, 2 "IRON MAN" Starring Jeff Chandler Evelyn Keyes Stephan McNally SundaY, Monday Feb. 3, 4 "PAINTING THE CLOUDS WITH SUNSHINE" in Technicolor Starring Dennis Morgan Virginia Mayo Gene Nelson Wednesday, Thursday l eb. 6, 7 "THE LAW AND THE LADY" Starring Greer Garson Michael Wilding Five Men in County Produced Certified Seed During 1951 Of the six people in Wyoming who produced certified Markton oats in 1951, four of them were from Crook county. They are Jul- ius Hauber, Don Steiger and Will- iam Willson from Hulett, and Will- et Keyser of Sundance. Hauber is it'he only one of the four who has certified seed for sale. The other three lost their oat crop. In ad- dition, one of the other two per-~' sons who raised Markton oats in 1951 obtained his seed from Hau- ber. Harold Schelldorf of Sundance is the only one in the county who i has certified Compana barley seed. All indications are that 1952 will see more certified seed produced in Crook county. According to Willet Keyser, county agent, a number of farmers and ranchers have indicated that they will pro- duce certified seed this next year. ~ommon Boards Largest uses for common boardb atw subfloors~ sheathing, barn boards, roofing boards, rough sld, 'ng and c~ncre~e forms. Belie Fourche. South DakotL MOVIETIME PROGRAMS ARE STILL ON OUR SCREEN SEE THESE Motion Picture Entertainment Is Cheaper Friday, Saturday, February 1, 2 Doul~le Feature Program Evening Shows 7:00, 9:30 Matinee Saturday 1:30 Rod Cameron Cathy Downs "SHORT GRASS" Plus Joe Sawyer William Traey "AS YOU WERE" Play "WAHOO" Sat. Nlte Sunday, Monday, Feb. 3rd, 4th The story of a boy who left home and a man who never had one. ,, If You Love Horses See This One. Continuous Shows Sunday Shows 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30 ATTEND THE MATINEES AVOID THE NIGHT CROWDS! Monday Evening 7:30, 9:30 William Holden and Introducing A New Star Johnny Stewart "BOOTS MALONE" with Stanley Clements, Basil Ruys- dael, Ed Bagley, Hugh Sanders Para. News. Selected Shorts Tues., Weds., Only, Feb. 5, 6 Even If Your Heart Were Big- ger You Couldn't Love It More! A Very Fine Musical Shows 7:15, 9:30 Mitzi Gayuor, Dale Robertson Dennis I~ay, James Barton "GOLDEN GIRL" Una Merkel .Raymond Walburn IN GLORIOUS TECHNICOLOR Selected Short Subjects Thursday Only, Feb. 7th A Return Engagement of Another Big Horse Picture Evening Shows 7:30, 9:30 Rod.~ McDowall, Preston Foster Rita Johnson, Jas. Bell "MY FRIEND FLICKA" In Beautiful Technicolor Same Cast As In "Thunderhead, Son of Flicks" If You Love Horse Pictures See This Return Engagement Selected Short Subjects