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February 4, 1954

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FIVE YEARS AGO February 3, 1949 R. E. Anderson, superintendent of Sundanee high and grade schools for the last five years, Monday made public his resignation as superintendent. To help" meet the. unprecedented storm emergency, Crook county commissioners allocated $10,000 Friday. The county will also re- oeive $15,000 from the state. Joe Allread, Sundance business- man, became seriously ill Friday evening and was rushed to the Deadwood hospital where it was found necessary to give him a last week for Ft. Warren to take physical examinations for military service, seven were accepted. FIFTEEN YEARS AGO February 2, 1939 Work is going forward this week of tearing down the old buildings which the City Council was asked to condemn at their last meeting. The Hewes Hereford Ranch was busy all last week breaking the road open so they could truck some of their cattle to Upton where they were shipped to a buyer in West Virginia. After a number of days lay off, the work on the new light and power plant will be resumed on Thursday if the material arrives. New Haven -- Mrs. May Doane was quite badly bumped last Mon- day when trying to put together the stove pipe which had fallen while there was a hot fire. While standing on a rickety seat trying bb~ transfusion. !to fix the pipe, she was suddenly "South Sundance m If presentj thrwn forward with the hot pipes weather continues, our old barn int the hot stove when the seat will be a full-fledged community jUpset. |aousing project by spring. We ~ Bear Lodge -- Jay Mahoney was have one black cat of our own. [having trouble in the snow at the Now there are two white Persians[foot of Bear Lodge last week. and a black rabbit. [TWENTY YEARS AGO Tuesday night, two South Dako-[February 1, 1934 ta trucks hooked each other as The sheriff has had a number one tried to pass and overturned dumping the loads of coal in the middle of the highway about two miles southwest of Beulah. TEN YEARS AGO February 3, 1944 Truman Plattner passed away at Belle Fourche Thursday after an illness of some months. Moorcroft -- Elmer Kimsey had the misfortune of having his horse fnll with him last week bruising him quite badly. Devils Tower '-- Little Martha Davidson was quite ill Saturday from the effects of kerosene Which she drank. She is recovering nice- ly at this writing. Avla m A foot or more of snow t[ell in the Alva neighborhood last Thursday. The maintainer clear- ed the main road Saturday but the aideroads are practically impass- able for cars. Of the 15 men who left here of pretty steady hoarders to look after in the county jail for several months. In fact, it has been nec- essary to take care of the over- flow crowd in the city jail. After urging city officials to construct an airport here, the state CWA administration has ap- proved the Hooper land just south- east of town. The airport will be constructed with CWA labor as soon as men are available. Kay Dungey suffered a painful and what might have been a serious accident Tuesday when he was struck on the head with a Johnson bar while working at the dam. Ranger 0ochran was in from the Beaver Creek station on Fri- day. He reported that the warm weather had brought out the grass- hoppers in the forest and that along the creeks the pests are thick. THE SUNDANCE TIMES ] Sundance, Wyo. Feb. 4, 1953 Hottsto .-. Creek Gene Hindman and Mrs." Bill Bushnell were transacting business in town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Osgard and Susan were Tuesday dinner guests at the Chas. Carson home. They were callers at the Harold Schell- dorf home later in the week. Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Bushnell were in Spearfish Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rice were in Belle Fourehe Thursday and Fri- day. Darrell Joy was an over- night visitor the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Chatfield helped the Billy Waiters family move from Buffalo to Sundance Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Jay Richards and children stayed at the Chatfield home during their absence. Chesney Rathbun was a Saturday evening caller at the Chatfield home. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hindman took their daughter, Mrs. Stanley Wegner to Spearfish to the doctor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cummings and daughters spent the weekend in Bowman, N: D. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Edwards and daughters, Noel Edwards and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Humphrey and Larry were Friday dinner guests at the Cum- mings home. The Cummings fam- ily were Sunday dinner and eve- ning guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Vines. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Chatfield and Mr. and Mrs. Jay Richards took in the Polio dance Saturday night. Bob Rice helped Harold Schell- dorf a eouV]e of days during the week. Art Schelldorf was a Sat- uraay caller. Merle Sisson was called to the Sam Rice home during the week to thaw out water pipes. Mr. and Mrs. Cap Rauth brought their infant daughter home from the hospital in Spearfish the fore part of the week. Life will be a lot happier for you if you use the advice you have been giving your friends. W ''q~- ON VALENTINE'S DAY ~ ~ (~ Square Dance Dresses Bright fiesta colors Trimmed withbrald and rJekraek Some sleeveless, figured or plain l-piece and 2-piece SIZES 9-15, 10-20 Pom Pom $8.95 Paha $apa eo $21.50 $13.95 Myrlee Dress Shop 0n the Corner Spearfish, 8., D. CRISCO 89 All Purpose Shortening ........ 3 lb. can .... PORK AND BEANS can ,Campbell's 1 lb. can ........................................ ARMOUR'S OLEO Colored and Quartered lb.-- d for Sl.O0 2 lb. Box Kraft's VELVEETA CHEESE .................... 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