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pups J In the wake of two spine-tingl- ing defeats last week, Sundance junior high basketball coach Jim Anderson found his hair consider- ably thinner than it was at the start of the season. Anderson's Bullpups suffered two tough defeats, bowing to New- castle there Friday, 24-21, and get- ting nipped, 26-24, here Tuesday by Upton. In both tilts, the Bull- pups were in the lead but failed to remain on top. Eldon Mollenbrink paced the Bullpups against Newcastle, scor- ing 16 points. Newcastle forged an 8-7 lead in the first period, but the Bullpups bounced back to lead 13-12 at the half and 19-14 going into the final period. However, Anderson's crew picked up only two points in the fourth period and :Newcastle tallied ten to nail down the victory. The Upton-Sundance game fol- lowed ' a similar pattern. After Upton opened up a 4-1 lead, the Bullpups struck back to lead 11-10 at the half. However, Upton open- ed up a 22-16 gap in the third quarter and withstood a wild fourth quarter on the part of the Bull- pups to clinch the decision. Mollenbrink again paced the Bullpups pouring in 20 points. -Basketball (Continued from First Page castle was never bothered after that although Sundance poured in 19 points in the final frame to pull within 13 points. Bert Fall had 15 points for the Bulldogs with Fowler notching 12 and Beagle 11. Wade and Chittum bagged 14 apiece for the Dogies. Moorcroft pulled off the upset by ramming in 13 points in the fourth period and holding the Bu~to eight. Before that, it had been a tight battle with both clubs leading at various times. Paced by Bert Fall, the Bulldogs drew out in front 15-11 after a race- horse first period. Moorcroft caught fire in the second period, (Continued from Fast Pa~e) Wyoming Public Service Commis- sion. Earl Montgomery, fined $50 and costs for operating a commercial motor vehicle as an interstate mo- tor carrier without having obtained a PSC permit Darrel F. Wilaby, Clearmont, Wyo., fined $10 and costs for driv- ing a vehicle without displaying official 1956 plates. Four Hulett drivers drew fines in Justice Court Feb. 6. Henry N. Redding, Fred C. Hansen and Mar- vin E. Borchgrevink were all fined $10 and costs for driving with 1955 license plates. The other Hulett driver, Louis Sheldon was fined $25 and costs for driving with 1955 plates and an expired driver's license. On Feb. 7, a Newcastle man, Ralph L. Hancock, was fined by Justice Richards for driving with 1955 license plates. He was fined $10 and costs. Two persons were fined Tuesday in Sundance Police Court. Thom- as Little olk Omaha, a v~um cleaner salesman, cited into Police Court by City Marshal Amos Ew- ing, was fined $25 and costs for i violating the Green River or- dinance in Sundance. Russell Tracy of Sundance was fined $7.50 by Police Judge Rich- ards for failure to make a complete stop at an intersection stop sign. Hulett Junior Class Play Raises $125 Nearly $125 was raised from matinee and evening performances of the junior class play presented at Hulett high school Feb. 3. The play, "Grandad Goes Wild", was sponsored by Mr. Buescher and directed by Mr. Thorson. Appearing in the play were Mar- garet Cheshier, Deloy Vitto, Clara- belle Mills, Dorothy O'Haver, Sam Jolly, Herby Hower, M e 1 v i n Fowlkes, Sharon Wells, Joan Den, niston, Mary Vasey, Bobby Chesh- ier, Dan Long and Shirley Wells. 60 Attend Annual Oyster Supper Mr. and Mrs. James Follum Held by Sunny Divide Farm Bureau Spearfish were Saturday Sixty persons attended the an- the Frank Tauck home. nual oyster supper held Jan. 27 (Feb. 2) Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Cessna by the Sunny Divide Farm Bureau Mrs Eddy Cessna and boys were boys attended a family The supper was held following the visitors at the Frank Simons home er at Belle Fourche Saturday local's business meeting and the the first of the week. ning. s owio evera, .,ms So.,o e t The Bear Lodge FFA chapter Gerald Blakeman visited Mrs. John Monnay month so on vacat attended the meeting, furnishing a Ishmael on Tuesday morning, speno .... film on safety and displaying sev- Mr and Mrs John Craao are Miss Janet Witcner, lvliss " ~" Ellsbury, Miss Judy Watson, J eral posters, home and Mr. Crago is feeling ........... e Deputy Game Warden Howard some better yore, ~llly ano l~oger ~iaK Robinson, who was unable to at- -- ..... ~-^-T - attended the movie in Speal . LUttI~t;I'IUN: LaSt wee~: wew d " tend the meeting furmshed two ............ e nesday evening. Mr. and . . ' . 1allen to mention tvtr ano lvirs - films on wfldhfe Other films ........ ", . Gerald Blakeman visited at rtoDert ~Cfllaoacfl were also qnests were furmshed by the Buffalo ............. -=. , John Matson home. .... at the mrmaay party nero at ~ranz Belle,Soil Conservation district ........ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tauck ~lmons ~rs r~orma t=essna ann Yearbooks, which were recently ...... '-^ -~-~ ........ '~- "art-' supper guests of Miss bOll~ Wt:~IU dl~U ~UuSt~ dt tll~ ~-) ~ " ' " completed by Irene Smder were ........... Gmdlnger and Louise Sum~ . nero at scnom for r~oger ~lageman dlstmbuted to members Reports ......... Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mathews ." Leon l~elnecge ~eram tllageman - were also lven on previous dances, . ~..... :: ..... also evening visitors Saturday .... g ....... l anu r~. ~. vore neio a ooaro meet- lncluolng a ~vlarcn oI Dimes oene-I ........... ~-'~------ mg at tne ft. ~. yore nome "lnurs- fit dance ..... Mr. and Mrs. Leonard S! A re"ort on the county Farm flay evening. Mr. and Mrs. Olhe left Saturday for Chadron, 1~ .. v ..... : Queen and Bobby were also visitors ,.,ho,A )ho~, ,,m viit f-r a s ~ureau meeting was given oy +h,~r,a thee .~r~ninc~ , ..... ~......~.--.~...~..~ ..v - ~.~;~., w.~ ~h.)~;..~.~ o..~ ~ ................... -" time witn lvir. ~nooZ S parents, "'Y .... '~'[ ...~." ~':"~'; .......... ": Mr and Mrs Bert Mathews were ..,~ a~,o a ~ ,,,t~ Spearfish visitors Fmday. On Sa - r a s h wn M nd Mrs. Andy Pohcky A long~ comedy film wa s o " " nd " ~*er 1 .... ~ urday Mrs. Wlnlfred Stump a Ivan were Saturday evening g~ ~'=. )' ...... . ........ family from Spearfish and Miss ..~ ~,. and Mrs Don Polickv localr~eXtwlll'Sessinbe heldI meon ~unnYFeb. 24Divine. Sev- Jean" - .~r"es"'- ...... r~apm"--:~ ~ty,'~:'- were "" Mr'"..and Mrs." Rodney wa"" 11-~ eral films have been scheduled for overnight guests at the Bert Spearfish were Sunday eve~ the meeting Mrs Ethel Walters lviamews nome. , )callers at, the L~. Schlor~ctLl~ ...... i- ?;- = : .... resh~nents Mrs. Roy~l'MiUs~ Jr. was-pleas-I Ted-Rounds and Don St~ vmz oe rr- crm~e, o~ ~ ~n " ~ni4y surprised on Friday when ] s~nt ~dondav and Tuesday in L . 'several ,!~dies dropped in,, to wish I rove where tl~ey attended an eg ~unaance ~ 00 F Looge uolds her a Ha .... Birthday After [ ......... --~ " " - . ~'~'~ , give c0uncll meeung ox me rA~ Regular Monday ~esslon a few games and visiting were]hal church in Wvo Routine business was handled at over refreshment of angel food I*" .. . .. :~ " ... -- ... ...... , .... , I Mr. ann ivlrs. Kay woou w ivlonaay mgnt s meeting, o~ ~un- cake, ice cream, jello and coffee[~t the Paris a~d.Guy,~G41tner | dance Lodge No. 18, I.O.O.F. At- were served to Mrs. Frank Simons,]homes near Beulah Sunday. tending the meeting were 20 mere. Linda and Sully, Mrs. John Olson, ] Mr and Mrs Don PolickY bers of the Sundance looge ann Mrs Edd,, Cessna and boys, Mrs I. . ". " ...... ........... # "~tenaea a movie In ueue r ou one visitor trom me nuiett mclge. Bett,, D6dd~ Miss Ella Snvder ~- - ~, ~ , ~unuay. All members were urged to. at- Miss Anne Guidinger, Mrs. Gerald[ A vroun of women who atte~ tend.next Monday's meetmg when Blakeman and the honored guest, la Nile club meeting in U~ the m~tiatory degree will be con- Mr. and Mrs. Diek Metzel were'Tuesday evening ineluded ] ~erreo ..... Mill weeKena wslmrs at the Royal s, Fred Sehloredt Mrs Roger TI After the lodge meeting, two Jr home .. - 2 .... :_.,, .... birthday cakes were presentedr.tO Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blakeman. ~Surf~r? M~e? l~c'~':/~UI~ooper, ~nrea lviaucn ay mrs. lviau Ice were in Sundance Saturday after- Mrs Willis Hughes. Classick and Mrs. Joe Drus in noon on school business Jeffy ~I'r and Mrs. Don Rounds honor of his birthady which was Feb. 5. Regular Meeting is Held By Alva 4-H Club Feb. 4 The regular meeting of the Alva Wigglers 4-H club was held Sat- urday at the Allen Rauth home. During the session, members re- ceived record books and set the date for the next club meeting Lunch was served following the meeting. Vore, Bille and Roger also accom- panied them. Robert Vore had the misfortune Saturday to cut his thumb and fore- finger quite badly on a table saw. Mrs. R. E. Vore and Mrs. Myron Goodson accompanied some of the Beulah Beavers 4-H members to Mrs. Henry Tauck's home on Sat- urday where they worked on their projects. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dillon were visitors at the Arthur Snyder home a week ago. The Ivan Baldwin's from Sturgis were visiting Saturday evening at Willing Workers 4-H Club Discusses .Projects at Meeting the Mills and Frank Simons homes. drilling in 25 points to lead 36-29, The readings: Max P~ee. Eight members of the Willing at the half. Min. Workers 4-H club met last Friday The Bulldogs came on in the Feh. 1 ................. 15 ' -14 at the home of Mrs. Donna Allen. third quarter, cut the gap to four Feb. 2 ................ 24 -2 0 Two new members, Lucille Jones points going into the fourth period, Feb 3 35 -3 0 and Katherine Cundy, joined the but were unable to halt the Wolves Feb" 4 .................. 38 -I 0 club. the final period. . Febl 5 ~.-.~i~J~46 3 0 During the meetting, members [ .... -- ...... Fall w~th 22 omts again led the P" .e'Feb 6 39 8 0 discussed projects and received( Tm~mm~i-m~i~ ,~ndanee five with Tom Beagl i .... - ................... -- their kits. The club also set 50| IUmk~ukut ~mnecting for 13. Jensen talliedI cent dues for each member. ) 25 points for the Wolves to lead] ~_,,&&:,~n "r~ "r;R~,~ Refreshments were served after] g,,ndance- 8:00 n.m, aH the scorers and Couture had lg. mmmmm mmm ssmmm~@ the meeting by.,Mrs. Allen. The[ ~" ..... r : ~ L i Ne-- next meeting of the club will be[ .m _J__ Newcastle F ft ftapf tp w hel t r 1 D ' - g [ ............... r Wash d a Che y icks home with[ ,any >muraa Wade .................. 6 2 2 2 1 1 ......... Kathleen Drus as co-hostess. ] / _ "lPhnmngn" a n 2 81A. J. t/reen, vancouver, wasn. ! mm I ~ N~ C'httt-um-.~.__::_-::~ 4 7 2 14[ Anna Hoylman, Merlin, Ore. ~ / ten. m0-!m 6 ) ~enewam , - ....................... 1Le, arson ........... 2 2 3 2 ~ ...............ton Oberlin i Elmer Frank left Sunday morn.! Mendenhall __.2 2 3 2 61 ~ev. oanue,~ o. ~,ay , ' ling for Phoenix, Ariz. where he] Egge .................. 2 0 0 O 4[ ,~ ~ans~. ........ p,~ c .... 1^ i will visit until April 1 before going] _ . Daniels i 2 5 2 41 ~nap. o. ~. ~xu*e, :', u, ~a~ ~, ......... ~ mm.lm~mmam|mm||amm,mm ............. ....... [' W sh t~lenoale, uaIIL I i!ImHtiimmmimimmi m Henry -. 1 0 3 3 2 a . EmmE/m/E Mullend'ore 0 0 0 1 0| R O Krenk, Tangent, Ore. ...... r ) " " 1 " a~pmcopal xoum ~roup " "" 1 1 2 1 3, Mrs Bertha Wfllson A adds .... i mMmlU/~liIgllMmNilmm ~c~ ............. ,. 7 "-wrene- Huiett i memners Attenu xouth Rally l - ' " [ .................. ce I Nme members of the Epmcopal[ _ _ ,_ 9a 13 26 17 61 ~eurgla ~Jl-~t~gu, OULIIU~:tll ....... | I I I I I ~| II Totals .............. : ...... , ..... , .... i^ lyoum group attenoea a ueanery! II|&W~I"WL-'~"~I ft fta f t ~on ma~em~., ~*am ~ S~udance fg P P l ................. [youth rally of Episcopal Young[ m~l~,'j~,j~]..r.j 5 5 10 2 15inay ~" ~uuu, otmuam.~ "n k Fall ................. t-un'ane [Churchmen ~ South Da ota at[ ~L.=~~ 0 ft. L for, ~ u e Reed .... 0 0 2 4 ....... , ......... ance [Lead Sunday afternoon. [ Altizer ._.___.2 O I I 4 ~Yon~:ms~ S~n~ance ] The Rev. Pete Clapp led a dis-| ~" Beagle ............ 5 1 3 1 111 .... on H ..~v. .... n "undan-- [cussion study which was held be-[ ! Fowler .......... 5 2 , 4, 4 12 ~urs. w: .7 ~,o~qunu~, ~ ~e [ tween a "coke" break and singing [ | ~'--adifer E I 0 2 5 2 i Jonn ~onennrmz, :~unuanee ........ " ' ...... ~ "'~-" ""-"--- "" --'-nee l At[er supper, me tea(; youtn group I ~, m mm m ~"'~ ~' ..... ~, Mr " th Brown Cas-er, pe ,led a eeast of Lights service in the[ : muav - Mon~a .... Is ~8-48' Mr:" ~{? D Main,'Coggon, Ia. l ch".Wh'. .... [ _ 1. .... oxa ......... ~-..:,t. ~.:,'~,,,. w,,io)t I Attenolng xrom ~unoance wereI I~lh 1~]) l~J I'"---- "~ ..... "" .... r Ed-ert^n I Tom ~ennlcK, ~karrol gTang, ~an-I I~I~e m~- v ft fta mr~ ~,~u,-~e ~a~p~ , ~ u Mom'eroft fg Ig tp_ ;. ........ n-- [da Mayer, Joan Keyser, Nelda[ " 5 Annrew re~erson, ~unoa ce . Nk-olen ..... 1 3 5 3 n Vmes and Joan Banks Carl " "" " 2 3 4 12 W. H. Blakeman, Sunda ce [ ...... " . [ ~l~ _ ~u_u~_. ........... ~-a ~ a q 25 Donald Traey, Sundance ] M!rmnLt~e~r~.._~uss~aumand~ary] r~ V~IA~VW ~m~ ........... -- ~ ~ u , __ o_~___~, o.._~.ne^ / JL)OUglas 01 UpLun al;su ~L~,t~AIU~U. l ~"=M=~ I ~^..~,.~ a 1 v -~ 19 Lee ouumz~:u~, ouuua c I I ~Ulka~u~ t; ............ u ~ -- v m J '1~ --II- 0..--~--...~e [ l P~mmount D~mmnt$ ............. Julius Hauber, Hulet " ." Sun ance fg ft ftapf tp HaroldWells Jr Hulett everyone who gave help following[ J~Jl[ m Beagle ............. 5 3 4 2 13 ' "' sistance was greatly appreciated. { ~ ............... : __ 10 2 4 1 = ~ 1 The Meiers / I I Roadifer, E. _.25 9 3 9 Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs ~ l ,_A ~,~..T~,7~ Fowler ............. 3 0 1 3 6 Wes Huekins and family were Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hughes and[~ MeLaughlin ....2 0 1 3 4and Mrs. Scotty Gladstone, Judy, Dougie were Sunday guests of Mr.[ ~ ........... 1 O 0 I 2 Marianne and Gary. and Mrs. Clyde Hughes of Moor-[ c~t~)v~ ~dffer, D ...... 0 0 0 1 O Mr. and Mrs. Tom Graham and croft Sunday. Mrs. Clyde Hughes[ ~.m,~ ~.,,, ------------------- family visited in Rochford, Sunday accompanied her son and. family[ ~'~t~ . ..23 10 19 14 M with Mrs. Graham,s mother, Mrs. home and spent Monday visiting in[ ~t~r IUblmmm at The ~ Emma Wennberg. their home. [ hosts at dinner in Beulah, night for Jack Fisher, Bob and Don Powell, Conoco men! assisted them in the grand ing of their new Conoco Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. Peter Stuart and Timmey were evening dinner guests of Mrs. Irwin Roadifer and Mr. and Mrs. Harold family of Phillip, S. Dak. weekend guests of Mr. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry day and family. BELLE FOUR E, SO. Friday, Saturday Feb. Liberace in Joa~ "Sincerely Youi In CinU Iscope & Col Plus "The Square Jungle" T with Tony Curtis Kids Show, Sat,Feb. 11 - I: ] "Hills of Home' Lassie m eolor I Sun., Mon., Tue., Feb. 12, 1! [ "Go.od Mornn! / M,ss Dove" 1 in Cinemascope & Color Plus Cartoon & NeWS Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat., Feb. Clark Gable Jane CLARK. JANE .R Amu nssm Cargill