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rE YEARS AGO 18, 1965 annual Bear Butte district Ex~sition was held in Saturday for the first e. Exa~ attendance is not but it is estimated that persons attended the parcels of land, in- s in the Moor- area in Crook county, are to Competitive bidding for gas leasing, the Bureau ~anagement announced Richard E. Kahler, as- o~ficer in charge of the PO~ver planet at Sun- Force Station, left to- a new assignement at AFB, :Mo. arrangements have been for the Farm-Ranch In. to be held Feb. Soil and water on needs will be stress- speakers during the pro- YEARS AGO 18, 1960 of a $2100 budget of a board of direc- ~Friday night by Commercial Club. are Paul Sharp, Ted Rounds and Staples has been 'health nurse for by the State De- Health. Mrs. start .her ~vork M,areh came, almost a foot Sundanee area this temperatures balmy and no ds were re- ~Irs. W~ae Neiman was clerk .and treasurer of ~Iulett. She re- Wel~s Jr. who is ARS AGO 1955 o,f a ci.ty ordin- the leaving or in streets or Promised this week by City Council. held by floe and the Amer- POsts to raise funds ~vater system failed -~Xpectations. Net will be turned ed by the American Legion posts and auxiliaries o,f Sundance and Hulett. SSgL Elbert Fort, who was ,wounded Oct. 24 on Leyte, has written his uncles that he is no,w at Camp Carson, Colo. He was returned to the State about the first of the year. Colony - Cola W. Shepard went to ~elle Fourche Thursday for a load of coal but the roads were so bad he bad .to 'leave his load be- fore reaching .home. FIFTY YEARS AGO February 18, 1920 County Agent OJdroyd has been released from quarantine and is a busy man, rushing into t'he accumu'lated official duties with the vim required to again get up to date. R. J. Tote af Hulett, the live- wire who is avin~tering at Alad- din and feeding stock, had busi- ness in the county seat Monday. He stated that he recently receiv- ed ~bout 200 tons