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February 14, 1957

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First M y County Farm Loan Assn. Arlis Binney is Contest Winner The Crook County National Gov. Milward Simpson Feb. 6 Farm Loan Association of Sun- ~ ~-'--------" Arlis Binney of Sundance "" I---e first winner in the Myste: signed into law a bill to tax rural dance will hold its annual meeting Harvesters Win Photo contest being spouse1 electric cooperatives on a "revenue in Sundance March 1, according to per mile" basis instead of the reg- the directors of the association, the next 50 weeks by Tracy ~= P = / / Co, of Sundance. He will 1 ular property tax. The meeting viii open at 12 noon ~Tr|ng ~xl'enaea one gallon of anti-freeze free, Lawrence Lorenzen, manager of (Continued from First Page) in the American Legion hall. A .... .... ...... Friends comparing notes eli the Tri-County Electric Associa- noon dinner and entertainment ~Vi~h TIIA0iU ~Vinc identifications of the first raJ tion, said the law will be of bene- first period, have been planned in addition to fit to the cooperative. He said the Sundance iced matters in thethe business session, wwuuau mwwuuu wwuuu,w aerial photo were pretty law will help to equalize the over- second period. Davis sank two The local organization is joining The Sundance Harvesters bagged agreed that the photo in last charges which TCEA has had the free throws for Hulett's only seer- with more than 1,000 NFLA's in two victories on the road last week Sundance Times showed the J last two years, ing. Meanwhile, Reed, Mollen- the nation to celebrate the 40th to run their wining streak to three of Claude Seeley. The hill passed the Senate, 24-1, brink and Trego pulled the Bull- anniversary of the Federal Land straight. A new mystery air photo is] and the House, 48-8. dogs ahead 22-9 at the half. Bank system this year. Last Saturday night at Lead, the ed in this issue. In additioJ Lorenzen, who spent some time It was 37-16 at the end of the~ Harvesters took one period to get large aerial photograph of in Cheyenne in January, giving third period and Coach Harvey warmed up before smothering the weeks Crook county ranchI information and supporting the Crowe cleaned his bench in theSta~e Extension Homestake Electrical Department display at Tracy Motor Co. in bill, said that Crook county's legis- "final period, five~ 71-42. dance. Only a few days before that on It's easy and it's fun to gd lators, Sen. gl Harding and Rep. In the preliminary game, the Service Leaders Wednesday, the Harvesters fought the Mystery Air Photo cd Leslie Hauber, had both been ac- Sundance "B" team had no trouble a rugged battle in Belle Fourche Don't hesitate about gettin~ rive in supporting the bill. in breezing to a 40-29 decision. Every legislator in Crook, Wes- Tongue River grabbed an early Visit Local Office overfinallYthegainingGay s Transportationa 54-47 decisiOnclub, study,the act.thenGiVego totheTracypiCture~Mot# ion and Campbell counties support- lead against the Bulldogs and made The Harvesters have seven games in Sundance and fill out yo~ ed the measure, it stand up to gain the victory Fri- Three state Extension Service remaining in the Lead league. Club try blank. A free prize is] The new law will give REAs in day night, leaders arrived in Sundance Wed- manager Ted Rounds said the offered every week. Each every county, except Teton, tax Sundance trailed 13-4 after the nesday on a visit to the local Ex- Harvesters will enter the Goldcontest closes the following1 relief averaging about 60 percent f its t p e ri o d a n d t h e tension Service office. Medal tournament at Lead next nesday noon. t pasttheirtwo propertyyears, tax bill for the Eagles pushed their lead to 15-4 They were Evangeline Smith,month. ~- REAs became subject to ad before the Bulldogs caught fire. state home demonstration leader; valorem taxation for the first time Crowe's crew fired in ll straight Blaine Bradshaw, county agent BR:gularoMeetingisHel@by] when the 1955 legislature failed to points but then faltered and trail- leader; and Arvil Ashment, ass|s- Bear Lodge FFA ~1 ebe gg:]:;%Cbl?uba r y ~ renew their tax exemption, ed 23-18 at the half. The Bulldogs taut county agent leader. The bill was amended to provide pulled within four points in the . _ of the Bear Lodge 4-H clu~ that no tax relief is given in court- third period, 32-28, and then 35-31 held Feb 12 at the curlrllI ties in which less than 10 percent but were unable to get any closer. Newcastle Girl Plans Events for Laughlin home / of the property is on the tax rolls. Guy Fowler notched 17 points L,, I Pw.A ~ ~ After the business meeting,[ against Tongue River and 11~ ''yaece:v:n_ Practice peclal rrA week onstrations were given by~ members. ] --Institute" scoring.against Hulett to lead the Bulldog National FFA Week will be cele- Gale Ludwig, acting t] The box scores: Teaching Here bratedFeb. 23.this year from Feb. 16 to meeting.agent' showed a film durl~d (Continued from First Page) Sundance fg ftm ft pf tp To observe th-e'~ial week.the Refreshments were served| Reed ....... 1 8 12 0 10 Miss Hazel Borg|all| of New- Bear Lodge chapter will hold the the meeting by the hostess, l Robert E. Vore was the modern- Mollenbrink ._ 4 0 0 1 8 castle, a student at the University district speaking contest, have a Low McLaughlin. | tor. Appearing on the panel were R. Hooper ...... 3 0 1 3 6 of Wyoming, is receiving her home special feature in The Sundance ~ | Earl Dillinger, Ed Jones, Jerry Fowler ........ 4 3 7 3 11 economics practice teaching atTimes and erect posters in Sun- _ ] Sotola, Harlan Williams, A. W. L. Hooper ....... 3 1 4 0 7 Sundance high school. Willis, Marjorie Goodson, Frank Beagle ......... 0 0 0 0 0 Miss Borgialli, a home economics dance. Personal Iten Blakeman and Max|he Dillinger. Keyser .......... 0 0 0 2 0 major, will practice teach for six .-. , _ ._ Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Roundl~J'| Four Sundance high school girls Lindsey ............. 1 0 0 2 2 weeks. --------. U,ck lingelhaupts Sunday dinner guests of Mt~ debated the question of "Farm Trego ............ 2 2 3 4 6 Policy" on the first day of the In- -- ma Case and Mrs. Ada Erl~i stitute. They were Peny Goodson, District FFA ~IMurelE~Yll Kaaren Kitchen, Arlene Altizer Totals ........... 18 14 27 15 50 Parents of Son MinMreaTdliMr and Sanda Mayer. Hulett fg ftmftpf tp c_ L._ Contest ........... their daughter Shirley W~1]Penk Orville (Pete)Harper showed Ista .................... 1 3 7 3 5 peaK,ny ,ur. ann ~rs. ~,cnara ~ngel-been receiving treatmeil(~[- ~.t e, S! slides on his Arizona conservation Proctor ............ 4 4 9 4 12 haUrnPtFa~e l~h:t ~.r~nstSep~fs ~o:pn S:r~nme~SthhsOspiTt~leyth:(:r:e~t~i~ii~!c award tripThursdaymorning. Hewer ..............0 3 4 s 3 Set Here Feb. 20 tat in Deadwood Su .... ni-~:t IK" n Entertainment during the two- Page ................. 0 0 0 2 O . .way ~.. e OCca day event was furnished by the Jolley ............... O 1 2 0 1 Four FFA chapters have enter- -- The baby boy weighed 7 pounds: Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hutch,~s, i).~1 z ounces ana nas oeen namea fsm;l~ nnnf ~:ah,rr]av ~ye~ra..L .a;-l~ Moorcroft high school band and Svoboda ............ 0 1 2 3 1 ed the district speaking contest to ~ .... - ........ ~ ~v ........... J .... .r~-~e'o .~.L~ Tnomas. ~t~n., ~, th,~ T,,~ w...,1, ho~ ~ -- ~ ~ chorus and Lee Kummerfeld. Door Tromble ........... 1 0 O 1 2 be held in Sundance Feb. 20. The This is the couple's first son and !"-'- s_~ ..~""~__"',~"~_..~Ollowi _ --,. LI*LL'. ailU lvLr~. ~rUl-alU 1"UpJ"IWas Sl~a ' prizes were awarded both days. Totals ...... ~ contest will be held in the highsecona cnlla, family who were visiting fro~cltld:~n school gymnasium starting at 2 ~ ing, Nebr. ~eeley an, Lunch was served in the school Sundanee fg ftm ft pf tp p.m. - - Mrs. Dave Fraser was $~$eeley' MI lunchroom. Reed .................. 4 1 6 5 9 Speakers from Hulett, Moor- 4-H Far H~_alth to St Joseph s hospital !~j~nd finn I Stu~ Mollenbrink __3 2 2 3 8 croft, Newcastle and Sundance will a... Loca ents Fowler .............. fl 5 9 2 17 compete in the contest. Winner .............. wood Friday morning. ~tllSPeide," The Basic Seven .... dition was reported to be i~}~ - ~ a~ Beagle ............. O 1 5 2 1 al contest. om|.gon Trego ............... 1 0 0 1 2 The Bear Lodge chapter has pur- 1. Leafy,greenWay everYand yellowday .... vege- at this writing. I)alei~a ,,akb.- A! vvy tables... ~e B n lilly . I~UIICall m'n"r a"" Totals ....... 18 11 24 13 47 chased a plaque which will be pre- 2 Cltrus frmt --- ~z, h:~ Tongue River fgftm ft pf tp seated to the winner. VffA Other, 1~ Four Sundance students at the Russell .... 3 1 4 5 7 p-~ 3 Potatoes Present University of Wyoming were listed Jenrich _ 4 1 3 3 9 " u l~lake on the deans' honor roll during Davis ............ 4 3 6 3 11 4. Milk, cheese and ice cream. Th~_~t~_r ~iak a /IIGMIGI eman the fall semester, according to the RoadiferAdams .......... 7 0 i 3 14 5. Meat, poultry, fish, eggs, I lll~Ul~l Fr' and .niversity. ........ 2 0 1 1 4 COMMERCIAL dried peas and beans. .~ .... qleh ~ 11. ~wigh- ,~pearllSfl~ ~ P t al The students are: Don Blakeman. Jelly ................ 3 3 3 2 6 6. Bread, flour, cereals - whole ,~pearllsll, ~i. lY. J ' sophomore in commerce; Thomas THEATER gramor.enriched. ..... ('o.||..o1,~ ~l, oW|ll~arol. --e~" Miller, sophomore in agriculture; Totals ...... 23 8 18 17 54 ;. ~u[[er ann ~ortlneo margar- Startin~ 7:15 I)JPl C" Nelda Vines, agriculture freshman; me' mrung #, Ja p."[ Uelebra~ Sundance - 8.00 p.m. Bear Lodgc 4H Club Week and James O. Zinc, freshman in Fire Department engineering. " .arras Kar In all colleges except the college _ ..... Startingsundays2".15 J, iagoaaCl of law, a student to be eligible for Halts Grass F,re Friday - Saturday 4 H For Safety the honor roll must carry a total of 15 hours credit and receive a grade average of 1.75 if he is a At Lathrop Horne February, 5-16 i!i!i ,l A i3or i iii: i s I freshman or 1.60 if he is a sopho- ~., OUTS AND GLORY $1'ORYI more or upperclassman. The Sundance Volunteer Fire Department made a fast run Tues- " " Feb. 15-10 [ eaver day afternoon to fight a grass ~ These accidents were caused by ........ I " . fire at the Carl Lathrop home. thoughtlessness and carelessness. BELLE FOURCHE, SO. DAK. Friday, Saturday, Feb. 15.16 Richard Egan Dorothy Malone "TENSION AT TABLE ROCK" In Technicolor l~ler Angel| Phil Carey "PORT AFRIQUE" Technicolor Sunday, Monday, Feb. 17-18 Doris Day Louis Jourdan "JULIE" News and Cartoon I Tues., Wed., Thurs., Feb. 19.20-21 Victor Mature Karen Steele "THE SHARKFIGHTERS" Cinemascope and Technicolor I II II Lathrop's pumphouse had froz- en and he was attempting to thaw it out when the dry grass caught fire. The fire burned up the hill and into the timber before it was extinguished. No damage was done to the pumphouse. Son Born Feb. 9 To Neal Garmans Mr. and Mrs, Neal Garman are the parents of a son born Feb. 9 at the Weston County Memorial Hospital in Newcastle. He has been named Jeffry Neal. Mrs. Garman is the former Mary Steiger. More than two-thirds of these ,~m~ ~ ~ mr, accidents occurred on rural high- COREY.ROONL'Y.TAYLOR.MAUR[Yways. Farm people had a big Okorllbveed by I~O lArgO PICTU~L h~. share in them. In 29 percent of the accidents, speed was a con- tributing factor. S d d STOP SAVING SECONDS un ay - Mon ay START SAVING LIVES. February 17-18 / THE THRILLING LIFE-INSPIRED STORY IS ON THE SCREEN~ N[W PU. SI* Bear Lodge 4-H Club Card of Thanks My thanks go to the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs, the VFW organiza- tions and my friends for the many kind acts and deeds, letters, gifts and cards during my recent illness. All were sincerely appreciated. John Blakeman The largest sea bird is the alba- tross. -- Sport Afield Sun., Mon., Feb. Wednesday, Feb.