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Paper for Crook County, City of Sundance, U.S. Land Offict Published Thursdays In The Black Hills of Wyoming Swift and Company Begins New Service dance Times Beginni.ng two weeks ago, the ,Swift and Company began a new service for the folks of this vicin- ity through tile columns of The Times. This is embodie~ in an advertisement bringing informa- tion of various sor~s valuable to "*"""" THE CROOK COUNTY NEWS ranchers and farmers of Wyom- XLIX SUNDANCE, WY0~ING, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1945 Number 5i Sale of Hereford Association Set for Thursday, April 26--Show Held in Connection With Sale That the spring sale of the Northeastern Wyoming~ Association will be held April 26--on a Thurs- announced this week by Pete Jensen, of Hulett, of the association. date is several weeks ear- had been planned ,but ~ha~ge was .made ~ecessary order to secure the service of A. W. Thompson, nationally auctioneer of the Ameri- I~ereford association. He sold the world's rec- at the Denver Stock Sale; Col. Thompson is not- Selling animals accordin,g merit the association of- stated. in the sale, which is at 1:30 p. m. will be 60 bulls, some range bulls herd bull prospects, about thirty heifers, open In l[oraing nOted livestock Judges, and Tony Fellhauer of Wyoming An- department and [ Extensio~ Ser- will be in Sun: day and in the morn- JUdge all the cattle to as a part of a show to 'begin at 9:00 a. m. of the sale. All sale will show their ant- later, cattle will be sold to show groupings. ~be made according standards used at a outstanding fairs in association heads way, prospective buy- a chance to look animals and see how and later to see of the same quality Soldier H. Wells of Sun- ]~va :E. M. Potts of WYoming were united Thursday, January Rev. Ryland the double ring cere- parscmage there. is the son of Mr. D. E. Wells of Sun- attended Sundance graduating here in .in the army, he is at Grand Island, Ne- at the army air field is the daughter of POtta of Weston. Fol- from the 1chop} in "41 she at- University of Wyom- ~he was in her Jun- tlme of her mar- "The success of our sales de- pends upon the local buyers largely," said Art Schelldorf, secretary of the group, "and we are especially interested in hav- ing them come i~ to the show." This will give them an opportun- ity to see how their herds com- pare. "The local breeders are continually improving their herds ~by bringing in high-priced sires and dams and this in turn helps ranchers of Crook and ad- jacent counties in breeding qual- ity feeder cattle." The association plans a meet- ing here the latter part of Feb- ruary at Which time plans for the sale will be completed and all pedigrees ~or the catalogue turned in. These catalogues will ,be ready the latter part of March and may be secured by writing to Art ,Schelldorf at Sundance, secretary of the Northeastern Wyoming Hereford Association. The association now numbers 13 of the-leading purebred ~breeders of this section as members. .Z MILLER---RAWHOUSER NUPTIALS ANNOUNCED Alice Miller, daughter of Mrs. Chas. Miller of Four Corners, be- came the bride of S~9gt. Omer Rawhouser, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave RawhouSer,, also of Four Corner~, at a .ceremony performed January 11 at Hardin, l~ont. Florence Miller, sister of the bride, wa~ bridesmaid while Jim Rawhouser, a cousin of the groom, was 'best man. Mrs. Stella Lucas wa~ matron of honor. Both young people attended the Newcastle high school where Omer graduated in 1940 and his bride in 1942. The former then attended the University of Wyo- ming prior to his enlistment 'in the Marine corps on Sept. 21, 1942. Sgt. Rawhouser hut rec- returned from overseas ently duty. x PASS EXAMS Eleven of the group which went from here last week to take selective service physicals were passed successfully. Those ac: cepted included the following: Frank J. Policky and Clifton E. Clark of ~u~dance, Woodrow H. Vore of Beulah, Ernest Leit- ner of Aladdl~n, G. F. Anderson of Gillette, Eldon Nielsen of Al- va, John E. Daugherty of Moor- croft, and Wiley G. Brtmmer, :Hul- ett C. Wood, Donald E. McPher- son and Thaddious G. Brimmer all of Hulett. Reports from all of the transfers have not yet been received. Part of this group probably will be called in the very near future as the new draft call, set for February 8, is said unofficial- ly to call for 40 men. Youths Register Three 18-year-olds registered during the past month for select- ive service. They were John Leo Noonan and Arthur F~gene 1~or- ~eY of Mooreroft and Paul Jr, Y~ of Sundanee. were in Sun- vlettlng briefly be- that night for Ne- Edwin was to re- He had been on part of which 8]~ridan with his relaying there P Hulett Band Concert and Benefit Brings in $170 for Bus Fund People of Hulett and vicinity rallied splendidly Saturday ntte attending the ba~d concert and benefit in large numbers. In all, $170.51 was raised by the various events to add to the "Band Bus', fund being collected by the members of the Sundance high school band, At the concert alone free-will collections amounted to $65.17 while the dance which followed brought in $85.34. The Roy Montgomery Post of the America~ Legion sponsored the dance bene- fit with music donated by the Chittim family. Ladies of the Auxiliary also gave a dinner dur- ing the dance which brought in $20.00 which was added to the ,band fund. ~Members of the band wish to express their sincere appreciation for the cooperation of the Hulett folks in aiding to raise these funds. Aided 'by such .benefits and con- tributions sent in by mail the bus fund now totals $443.40 the band director, R. M. Bernd, reported here Tuesday morning. An in- door carnival is planned by the ,group to be held here the second Friday and Saturday in M'arch to further swell the fund. SONS HOME FROM SERVICE---PLAN FAMILY REUNION LSunday will be a day of ,general rejoicing at the H. A. Stockton home near Aladdin if pla~s for a family reunion are fulfilled. Pet. Charles Stockton who is taking training at Fort Bliss, 'Texas, was in Sundance Tuesday with his father and sister Bessie. Juanita Walters, who works at the shipyards at Portland and an- other daughter of the Stocktons, is expected home too. 'They expect another son, SISgt.. James Stockton, home this week after~two years overseas. He has bee*n in Africa, ~icily, Italy, Cor- sica and lately has been serving in France. Just recently he had written home after passing his third birthday and Christmas ov- erseas at that time he thought the prospects for a return home very gloomy. To be home Wednesday to com- plete the family reunion is a step- son, Norman L. Proffitt, master .mechanic, who has been station- ed in the ~outh Pacific for over two years. "There is one tht~g I always think of Just before we go into action~how we used to do things at home and try to picture my brothers and sisters all together enjoying ourselves as we used to do a short time ~go. It seems like decades since we have been that way," he wrote in November now those scenes will come to life for him and the others of the family. There's one however, who will be away from this family gat:her- ing~Albert who is a ship-fitter 2-c in the navy. He is station- ed ~t Midway a~d isn't sched;uled to be home for some time. ing in improving their crops a,nd livestock, setting forth some of the company's services and ,giving practical ideas which have helped others in their work. Comments from the readers are invited by the company about their advertising and may be sent into the Times where they will be forwarded. X Bulldogs Defeat Newcastle Tue lay Tuesday night on their home floor the Sundance Bulldogs raced to a 38 to 27 victory ~gai~st the Newcastle five. The visitors made the first ,basket but were ,behind at the end of all periods. Last Quarter Rally Makes Sturgis Victor The previous Friday the Stur- gis quintet defeated the Bulldogs in a game which seemed assured to Sundance until the last quar- ter. The Bulldogs led the first three quarters but Sturgis then rallied to score 17 points while holding Sundance to 2 points to overcome a 22-16 Sundance lead. The final score stood 33 to 24 in favor of Sturgis. X ARMY NEEDS WOMEN FOR MEDICAL CORPS On February 2 Sgt. Helen Gal- loway and Cpl. Zigmund Chwirka from the Casper Recruiting office will be in .Sundance to interview women for service with the Wom- en's Army Corps. They will be at the post office that day. At the present time emphasis is being placed on the urgent need for many more Medical Tech- nicians to serve in the army hos- pitals. Many women possess the qualifications which will enable them to enter this type of work at once; while those who are in- experienced will be trained in one of the Army medical, schools. Two years of high school is all that is now ~ecessary for other- wise qualified women to be eli- gible for attendance to these medical or surgical technician schools. Says Lt. John R. Knurl- sen, head of WAC recruiting in Wyoming, "The army recognizes that the num,ber of years in school does not always give a true picture of .a person's ability. Ex- tenuattn,g circumstances some- times require some very i~telli- gent people to quit school before ,graduation." Cpl. Leslie Raber Killed In Crash Final rites were held Friday from the Methodist church in Belle Fourche for Cpl. Leslie Ra- her, 19, who was killed while on a combat training flight. Rev. L. A. Johnson officiated at the service and burial was made at the Pine Slope cemetery. Leslie was born at Colony Ap- ril 18, 1925, the son of the for- mer Mr. and Mrs. Sam Raber, ,both of whom died while he was still a child. He grew up in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schaefer at Belle Fourche, at- tended schools there and gradu, ated with the class of ,43. The following August he joined the army air force. It was while on a routine flight of an army bomber plane that he, and eight others, were killed near Miuroc, California, a week ago ~aturday. Col. W. A. MaX- well, the field's commanding of- ficer, stated that the plane crashed In a sleet and snow storm when returning to base from a com~bat training flight. Surviving are one sister, Mrs. Maxine Hardy, and one ~brother, Kenneth Raber, both of Belie Fourche. Leo L. Grass Is Killed In Action That Pet. Leo Lloyd Grass was killed in action recc~ntly his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Grass who live in the Mona vicinity, were notified last Tuesday. Leo was only 20 and had been in service less than ten months, having been inducted March 27, 1944. He took training as a paratrooper at Fort Benning, Ga. this past summer after complet- ing his basic training. In Sept. he returned home on furlougk before shipping overseas. Born at ~ioux City, Iowa on November 8, 1924, the youth moved to Crook county a number of years ago with his parents who are now located on one of the Ripley places east of Mona. He was well k~own in that area as he and his parents used to play for dances around the neighbor- hood. He worked for a time at the Kenneth McGillivray ranch and for Charley Viergutz before entering service. Cub Pack May Be Formed Here At a meeting of parents and boys held Monday night at the church the desire was expressed to form a cub pack in the commun- ity for the ,boys too young to join the Scouts. Les Marquart, new field executive for the Black Hills council of the Boy Scouts, spoke on the metis of Cubbing and what must be done to form the organization. A meeting of parents and oth- ers i~terested will be called iu the near future. Plans were also made to hold a Court of Honor for the ~un- dance Scouts in February to pre- sent t~e ~oys with the awaxdS they've earned during the past months. Mr. Marquart spent most of Monday and Tuesday here and met with Scouting officials and committeemen during that time. X REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Land transfers recorded in the office of the county clerk this past week were as follows: ,George E. Newman to R~bert G. Wood, Carl E. Newman to Rob- ert G. Wood, Core B. Brass to Wayne R. West, Elizabeth T. Brandt to Charles P. Oudin, Myr- tle L. McClure to Roy Wright, :Federal Farm ~Mortgage Corp. to W. E. Ba~aks, and Empire Sheep Co. to Maurice G. Moore. A location notice was recorded by Arthur J. Maurer. Amended location notices were filed as follows: George E. Jolley (1) Otis Reynolds (25) and Joseph A. Dubbs (3). An honorable discharge from the Army of the United States was put on record Janttary 23 by A~'bert Manke of Carlile. ,.,,, ii i Calender of Events February 2 WAC Recruiters to be in Sun- dance Februray 3 Infantile Paralysis Benefit Dance at the Sundance Legion Hall February 5 .Hearing o~ budget of county ~10:00 a. m. Lions meet at 6:30 p. m. at care. Town ~oun- ell meeting~$:00 p. m. l~bruary 6 'Legion Auxiliary meets at Grice Camp---8 p. m. March 9--10 Sundanee band plans indoor carnival ~t Legion Hal! April 26 Third Semi-Annual Heref~ Sale and Show ~ched~ie~