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Aladdin, Colorado i~Bullpups Sundance FHA Cdrls Drivers Plead Guilty = ccont~ued From First Page) Make Arrangements In Justice Court of 8.3. Beagle popped in a bucket For Sweetheart Ball Motor vehicle regulations cost and Lindsey added a free throw Committees to complete arrange- two men heavily in SUndance Jus-for the Bullpups lone tallies. Fow- ments for the annual Sweethearts rice Court during the last week. ler added a bucket in the third Ball set for Feb. 13 were selected quarter while Spearfish drew a by girls of the Sundance FHA Joe Casarez of Aladdin faced blank. In the final quarter, the chapter at their meeting last two charges. He was arrested Feb. Bullpups ran wild racking up 8 Thursday. 2 by State Highway Patrolman D. points. When regulation time ran The chapter decided to again ][~ Webster on a drunk driving out, it was tied 13-13. The Bull- sell license plate books as they charge and found to be driving wRhout a license, pups, operating by then under a did last year. This year the books full head of steam nailed down will also include license numbers In Sundance Justice Court Feb: the victory with five markers in of trucks and pickups. Other 2, Casarez pleaded guilty to driP- the overtime session to walk away money-making ideas and parties Jng without a license and was fin- with an 18-13 win. were also discussed by the FHA ed $25 and costs. Overtime was the order of the members. In the same court Feb. 3 on a day Jan. 31 at Hulett as the Bull- The chapter's scrapbook plus a change of venue from Hulett, Cas- pups scampered off with another page in the state scrapbook are ar~ pleaded guilty to the drunk 24-22, their usual nfargin of vic- nearing completion and, if finish- driving charge and was fined $100 tory. ed, will be taken to the district and costs by Justice of the Peace After blowing a 12-8 halftime meeting at Gillette to he evaluat- Sidney Harvey. edge, the Bullpups found them- ed. Casarez, who was unable to pay selves battling down to the wire Should the Sundance chapter be either of the fines, is in the county with the Hulett cagers. Tied 18-18 named an honor chapter, more after regulation time, the Bull- FHA girls may attend the 'April On Jan. 30, Patrolman Webster pups grabbed the win as Fowler state meeting at Laramie. atrrested Wayne Hemphill of Sterl- hit twice and Beagle once. frog, Colo. and charged him with Beagle led the BuLlpups with 8 operating a truck with excess while Fowler hit for 6. R. MetzHulett Red Devils weight. In Justice Court, Hemp- was high man for Hulett with 8. Split Two Conference ]fill pleaded guilty and was fined Returning to Spearfish, Feb. 3, and costs by Justice Harvey. the Bullpups went against a tough Tilts at Hulett Spearfish junior high crew. When ---Bulldogs the shouting was over, the amaz- The Hulett Red Devils romped ing Bullpups had another in the lover Clearmont last Saturday Continued From Ftrst Page) bag, 18-16, and Coach Jim Ander-night at Hulett 39-25 after drop- son was mopping his fevered brow Ping a 41-34 decision to Arvada the Tectiveness. as he considered the blessings of previous night. Kenny Fall notched 21 points to two point victories. O. Page paced the Red Devils all the scorers. Dennis Hart Beagle's free throw was the win over Clearmont with 18 points picked up 12 for the Bulldogs and only point scored in the first quar- following his 21 point barrage Dallas Roadifer flipped in 7. Saai. ter but the Sundance crew had against Arvada the night before. hoff racked up 15 for the Oilers. an 8-5 margin at the half, saw it Hulett was away winging, grab- The Bulldogs shone again against leak away slowly to a one-point bing a 12-6 first quarter lead. Buf~falo before falling before the margin in the third period and Clearmont moved in as the half mmmpower of the Bison. Away then held on to "edge the Spearfish ended and trailed 14~11, but the quicldy, Sundance held a first team. Red Devils bagged 25 points in the quarter margin outscoring the Bis- Beagle again lead the Sundance last half to beat back the Clear- en 12-11. Buffalo's reserves told scorers notching 7, while Bennick mont threat. the story, however, and a 19 point bagged 5 and Lindsey racked up The box scores: mldmrge in the third period sealed 4. Roberts pumped in 10 for Hulett FG FT TP the decision. Spearfish. Jolley .............................. I 0 2 Keany Fall paced Sundance O. Page ........................... 9 3 21 ag~rn, bagging 13 while Hart came J. Page ............................ 1 2 4 vp with 11 counters. Patch, with--Appeal Oudin 1 0 2 lib lead Buffalo. (Continued from First Page) Bush ................................ 0 1 1 The box scores: Huseby ..........................2 0 4 ~und~mce FG FTFTAPF TIP deeo*s in evidence showing that Totals .............................. 14 6 34 Hart ............. 3 5 9 2 11 the Iisley land adjoining the state Arvad.~ FG FT TP K. Fall .......... 2 9 23 4 13 lands had been acquired by Judge Mahhi ............................ 2 5 9 Dudrey ............ 2 1 3 2 5 Ilsley individually" and that Mrs. Korp " 0 0 0 ~dmlze ............ 0 1 2 5 1 Ilsley had no title to them. ]Roadifer ........ 1 4 6 0 6 Surangi ....................... 7. 2 16 A. Fall ............2 0 0 2 4! Judge G. A. Layman ruled for Odegard ........................ 0 2 2 Bond .............. 0 0 2 2 0 Mrs. Iisley after her lawyer, Otis Michelenas .................... 4 1 9 ]~le ........... 1 0 0 1 2 Reynolds, moved for a dismissal Mitchells ..... . ................. 2 1 5 Keyser ....... 0 0 2 0 0 of the action on the grounds that ,, no fraud had been shown and Totals ~ ............................. 15 11 41 Totals .......... 11 20 47 18 42 that there had been no abuse of Hulett FG FT TP discretion by the Land Board. JolIey ..........................3 3 9 ~0 FG FT FTA PF TP . ........... 2 4 ' O. Page .........................6 6 18 ~on __ o o o so-~ --Polio Drive J.Page ........................... 1 ~[ 3 Mm~Iock .~ 3 3 5 3 Oudin .............................. 1 I 3 Ahem ........ 4 1 1 3 9 (Continued from First Page) Hnseby ............................ 1 .2 4 ]Rives ........ ... 0 1 2 0 I Bush ................................. 0 2 2 B. Crowe .... --.-.1 1 1 1 3 Lower Pine Creek, Kay, Left ]Michelena ...... 4 2 4 3 10 Creek, Nebraska, Burke, Brakes, Totals ............................. 12 15 39 i~ ........ 1 1 1 1 3 Tower Divide, Houston Creek, Clearmont FG FT TP A~Tmi 4 0 0 4 8 Cabin Creek, Rocky Crossing, G. Watts ...................... 1 3 5 lfficlm ....... O O 0 0 0 Farrall, Aiken, ~arlow Canyon, G. Schuman .................. 1 4 ~t~ ....... 5 2 6 2 14 Johnson, Miller Cl~eek, Upper Oak Sntder ........................... 0 3 3 62q'CreelL! Moskee.Aladdin' Pine Ridge and J. Watts ........................ 1 4 61 Totals 24 12 22 22 ~mMlanee ............ FG FT FTA PF TiP! Totals ..........................5 15 25 man ....... 3 6 9 2~ K. Fall .......... 6 9 17 5 21--Draft ......... 2 1 3 5 5 ~conuaued from r~t P~ge) Student Council Lists AFIn ........... 0 2 o I 2 Brand New Rules Se.hulze ........ 1 4 9 5 6 take physical examinations at theForSw~etheart Ball Bond .............. 0 0 0 0 0 Denver station next month. They igoadifer ......... 3 1 2 5 7 are: Loren J. Altaffer, Moorcroft; New rules will be in effect when Totals ............ 15 23 40 23 53 Barney L. Dirks, Alva; Wayne E, the Sweetheart Ball is held Feb. ]t$~west FG FT FTA PF TIP Wolfe, Aladdin; Claude A. Link- 13 at Sundance high school accord- ~dhoff ....... 6 3 5 5 15 later, Hulett and Ray M. Wood ing to Supt. Frank Wagner. ]Brooks .......... 3 2 4 2 8 Hulett. The new rules were made by ~Vilson ........... 3 3 8 , 1 9 the high school's Student Council Banish 3 1 3 2 7 ........... in an attempt to reduce some of ~cHaney ........ 3 ~ 92237 JuniorFHA Chapter the cri~cism of other school par- Hackworth ..... O Brant 2 1 1 3 3 To Hold Candy Sale ties. ............ The ball will begin at 7:30 p.m. w~r ...........5 I 3 4 11 At School Friday and by 11 p.m. everyone must be ier ........ 0 0 4 0 0 out of the building. Clean-up oper- Graves ............ 0 0 0 3 0 Plans for a candy sale to be held atio.ns must be finished at that rots ............... 0 0 1 0 0 Friday after school were made by time. The Student Council also Totals .............25 14 40 25 62 members of the junior chapter ruled that anyone leaving the of the Future Homemakers at a building during the dance would / meeting Jan. 28. The sale will be not be allowed to return. ---Game Birds held at the school. (Continued from First Page) Following the~ meeting, cocoa Howard Follum's ~ and cookies were served by Gerry Parents of 2nd Son urged by the department to Nussbaum, Judy Frank and Mary them out apd return them Engelhaupt. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Folium of promptly. The cards, the delsart- Food committee for the next Sacramento, Calif. are the parents of a son born Jan. 15. The baby Immt said, should be completed meeting is composed of Kathleen boy, named Stephen Russell, is the and returned whether the person Hejde, Arline Altizer and Patsy second son for the Follum's. amincting did any hunting or not Nussbaum. : Follum is a former resident of ~ 1952. Typew~ter libbo]~l ~ The Times Crook county. iVo-Ag Students iProject Income Up Sharply Over 1951; Ag students' projects at Sun- dance high during 1952 resulted in a boost in income of ~$571.87 over 1951 according to figures re- leased by Clark Allen, high school vo-ag instructor. Fifteen projects were completed in 1952 with a total income of $1514.42 for an average of $100.96 per project. This compared to 1951 when 13 projects brought in $942.55. The boys spent 464 hours on the projects, averaging 30.9 hours on~ each project, getting a return of $3.26 per hour. In 1951, they put in 316 hours for a return of $2.98 an hour. Beef projects averaged $108.44 while grain project profits averag- ed $160.75. Included among the projects were nine head of breeding beef, two head of growing beef, 150 chickens, five acres of oats, five head of sheep, two gilts and 34 acres of wheat. --Redwater SCD (Continued from First Page) proven valuable with a definite need existing for such informa- tion. Problems of the district remain primarily the same, the report said. Listed were: intensive rains and spring run-off causing damage to unprotected areas; the need for more wind erosion practices; the district's planting program;, addi- tional stock water developments, erosion control structures, terraces, field diversions and range manage- ment practices. Named as an urgent problem was the spread of noxious weeds. The report said that immediate consid- eration should be given to the cre- ation of a weed control district. The supervisors' also listed the need for a reseeding program to retire fields that have been aban- doned for cropping and land not fit for intensive cultivation. The report praised the attitude of farmers, ranchers, businessmen and other groups towaFd the Red- water SCD. In furnishing assistance to ACP cooperators in the Colony area, the Commercial Theater " 9UNDANC~Z 8:~0 P. M. Friday, Saturday Feb. 6-7 "LURE OF THE WILDERNESS" In Technicolor Starring Jean Peters Jeffery Hunter Sunday, Monday Feb. 8, 9 "THE MERRY WIDOW" In Technicolor Starring Lana Turner Fernando Lamas A Saucy New Music.~l - Paris at the turn of the century. Wednesday, Thursday Feb 11 - 12 "O'HENRY'S FULL HOUSE" Starring Fre~ Allen - Farley Granger Anne Baxter . Jean Peters Jeanne Crain : Marilyn Monroe THE SUNDANCE Sundance Wyo. Feb. 5, supervisors revealed that had been shown to include area in the Redwater ever, the report said, no action had been taken. The work plan of the revealed a number of 1953. Demonstrations which held in 1952 will be 1953. They include tions on terracing, field contour pitting and ran~ the use of dirt moving and equipment in conservation tices. A series of education will be held this year in Aladdin and Beulah with the ance of the state of the SCS and the Included 'in the series explanations of the ganization' and the basic tion necessary to develop a conservation hrm plan. Other programs will deal soils and the part they play conservation plans, the structure of the district and management, grasses and problems of the district. The work plan also 11 advanced conservation will be completed to the stage of planning with ditional plans to be the same stage. In addition, other applications will be pleted to the advanced planning. American Legion to Auxiliary at Smorgasbord The Sundance American Auxiliary announced at its ing Feb. 3 that the post ceeded its membership quota 79 members. Twenty tended the meeting with Mrs, een Oinking presenting a on Americanism. The Auxilarg members knitting sweaters for orphans, it was revealed. Auxiliary members will tertained at a Smorgasbord dance by American Legion bers on Feb. 14. Befle Bel~e Fourche. South IT'S STILL MOVIETIME H~ THE BIG PICTURES PI~ HERE Friday, Saturday Feb. 6th, TWO BIG PICTURES Evening Shows 7:00, 9:4~ "To See Both Pictures Come Before 8:30 PJ~, Matinee Saturday 1:30 Ray Middleton Murlel "I Dream of In Trucolor SECOND BIG Marie Wi~or Richard "Outlaw In Cinecolor .Play "WAHOO" Sat. their h D Ro~ buildin~ this wi~ biddies their 1~ in thei~ Bill recentl} last Tu Sunday, Monday Feb. 8th,~[[ A Thrilling Logging Adve~] Out of the Tall Timberl~| Continuous Shows on Su~| Shows 1:30, 3:30, 5:.30, 7:1~| 9:30 Attend Matinees .~!~ Avoid the Night7 Monday Evening John Payne Susan "The Blazing Forest" In Glorious Technicolo~i~| With i~| Agnes Moorehead J[| William Derek| Par. News Selected Tuesday, Wed. Feb. 10, Walter Winchell Says ture fs great Big Evening Shows 7:30, Ann Blyth Joan "Our Very with Farley Granger Jane and Ann Dvorak Selected Short Sub