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January 31, 1952

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? ---- . u m -- % ~_ LI A PEEK At the Past FIVE YEARS AGO January 30, 1947 Mr. and Mrs. tterb Stech of Sundance have purchased the Bear Lodge Hotel in Sundance from Mr. and Mrs. Mason Roberts and will take possession of the hotel Friday of this week. The new owners said the hotel would be run by Mrs. Kenneth Bennick. Oren Redinger, Aladdin, escap- ed injury in an accident which occurred Monday at noon a few miles east of Sundance, but his truck, a 1928 Chevrolet, was bad- ly damaged. Seely--Hats off to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Scoggin who are the proud parents of twin sons born at Belle Fourche Jan. 2. The Sundance Bulldog basket- bal team journeyed to Gillette last Saturday where they were defeat- ed by the Gillette Camels by a score of 41 to 27. This was an improvement for the Sundance team over their last game with the Camels when they scored only nine points. TEN YEARS AGO January 29, 1942 Funeral services were held Fri- day for Mrs. Floyd Hawken who Passed away last Tuesday morn- ing~ Rev. Salter conducted the rites which were held from the Episcopal church. Lorin (Snooks) Harper, 18, YOungest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Harper, was seriously injured Saturday morning when the loaded wheat truck he was driving plung- ed off a steep grade about a mile and a half this side of Beulah. He was thrown clear of the truck and landed a hundred feet away, suf- fering a fractured skull and a bro- ken pelvic bone. Alva---Mr. and Mrs. Don Griffis are the proud parents of a son. This is the f'rst boy in the family and Den's hat band is pretty tight. ] Green Mountain -- Dr. Claren- bach was called to the Gene Hind-i man ranch one day last week to see Raymond Potter who has been quite sick with the flu. Lower Kara Creek--Al Shepper- son had the misfortune to cut a finger off in a caterpillar last Sat- urday. Sid Erland took him to Upton to have it bandaged. FIFTEEN YEARS AGO January 28, 1937 The Frozen body of Mrs. Louis Richardson, 27-year-old Montana ranch woman, who wandered away from home 15 miles southeast of Albion, Mont. during a snowstorm a week ago Tuesday night, was found late Friday in Crook county seven miles from the ranch. Sundance will have another li- quor store shortly after the first of the month when a license will be granted to Louis S. Ford, well known resident of the county, who made application to the city coun- cil a month ago. Beulah--Mrs. Bill Thomas who has been seriously ill with pneu- monia, is making a fine recovery. Moskee tops the Crook county list of donors to the flood relief funds, coming in on Wednesday with a total of $111.50. This was mighty fine of the Moskee folks who may always be counted on to contribute liberally to any worthy cause. Sundance basketball teams made a clean sweep of three games with Hulett here on Saturday night, the Bulldogs winning 25 to 5, the Sundance girls team winning 22 to 11, and the independent team winning 35 to 17. the ceremony being performed by Rev. Itunt, pastor of the Methodist church. Rev. Benedict brought us a hen's egg the last of the week that proves that his chickens know nothing about the depression. The egg is 8% inches in circumfer- ence. Mr. Allison, who drilled the city well last fall, came over to Sun- dance the last of the week and, while here, submitted to an oper- ation for removing his tonsils. He was cared for at the home of Mrs. Crouch. Black Butte--Everett tfumphrey and Robert Massie skied out from town Sunday to visit a while. Town must be dull. Miller Creek (Jan. 28) Miss Dixie Nuckolls was a last weekend guest of Jennie Lea Rath- bun. The Rathbun family, Mrs. Storts and Dixie Nuckolls were Sunday guests at the Walters home. Mr. and Mrs. Vic McLelland and Roy Chistenson of Fort Collins, Colo., were last week visitors of the Paul Myer's, Hally Oudin's and Norman Miles. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Moore were business visitors in Sundance Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Carr were business visitors of Sundance Fri- day. Billy Walters and Billy Habeck with a tractor and snow plow, op- ened their road Thursday. The storm last weekend closed most roads previously opened. TWENTY YEARS AGO Thermometers dipped to way January 28, 1932 down below zero, early last Mon- day morning. Some snow fell and George W. Miller, Ernest Cre- Thursday morning, temperatures meens and Robert Levi, all of started going up, registering 48 Aladdin, were arrested yesterday degrees during the day. morning by Federal and county officials just inside the city lira- Mr. and Mrs. Billy Walters and its on Nortb Main Street wheeling Delores were Monday afternoon in a load of moonshine liquor in visitors in Sundance. a 1931 Oldsmobile, enroute to -: ....................... Lead" Miller pleaded guilty t the I ~ ~/f~~ I charges and Levi and Cremeens were leleased from custody. ' f Miss Pauline Zimmerschied was :F, ~ united in marriage to Russell Mc- Kie n Saturday at Rapid City'1" ~ ~. i 3rd e t , New International Tractors 3t" Model TD6 "k Model W4 "k Model A "k Model M I Model H ,k Model W6 Model C "k Cub Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Moore were weekend visitors at the Frank Haselton home in Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. Chesney Rathbun and Roger, Mrs. Lillie Storts were Sundance business visitors Friday. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Trcgo and sons spent Saturday in Rapid City on business. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Roberts drove to Cheyenne Wednesday and returned Sunday evening. While there Mr. Roberts attended a meet- ing of the State tfighway CommiE- sion. The Roberts' also spent some time in Laramie visiting with their son and daughter, Alan and I Janice, and with Dr. and Mrs. Rod- i ney Port. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Pearson of Cheyenne, spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Pearson. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hodson and children of Neweastle were visiting friends in town Saturday afternoon. THE SUNDANCE TIfMEs '' Sundanee, Wyo., January 31, 1952 Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Williams spent Monday in Rapid City on business. Mr. and Mrs. Nels H. Smith left Wednesday for Cheyenne and Den- ver where they will spend aboll a week visiting frmnds. DR.J. GORDON BETT8 Physician-Surgeon . Osteo~t~ Eyes Examined--4]lasses ]fltt~ Aeross from Post Offioe Spearfish, South Dakota I HII N. Ellis Mattox. M.D. Eye, Ear, Nose and 2"arRt Office Hours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 6531/2 Main Street Deadwood, So. Dako A MODERN FOOD STORE Groceries, Meats, Fruits, Vegetables, Bakery t oods Belle Fourehe, S. D. : : : = = : :: = :: : l --. | l~ | ~.~ mlli[.llWi.mm ~ll(l~ ~ On Our Third Anniversary of Business in Sundance. Used Tractors 4 John D eere A -k John Deere B Case Model SC All Kinds of Bread Included Glazed Donuts 50c for 13 60c for 13 Case Model VA "k International Model W4 4 International Model A "k International Model C Chocolate Chips ...... 30c for 13 I Brownies ................ 55c for 13 Sugar ......................... 30c for 13 IFruit Bar ...... : ....... --30c for 13 Caramel Rolls ] Bmmarcks Long Johns 60c for 1] [ 50c for 1] 50c for 13 , LARGE ANGEL FOOD--Reg. S0e ...... Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Reed, Owners Telephone 123 Sundance,:Wyo. r