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~]1 won close, hard-fought games from THE SUNDANCE TIMES j a bulldozer and smaller equip- the Weston county teams. Sundanee, Wyo. Febr. 21, 1~ T~~ ment. Bear Lodge---Mr. and Mrs. W. TWENTY YEARS AGO t An Independent Newspaper | | F. Painter have sold their ranch to February 19, 1932 ing cared for at the Homes~ t p~~lmes. Pub!ishi~..g Co. [[ a man from Laramie. They expect Authorities at Buffalo #Friday hospital. ~ A. | Th~paper for all publications. [/to live another year with us on the were no nearer a solution of what Jim Hurtt was in from the 1~ so k | John E~ ....... Owner-Publisher ~/place. apparently is one of the most en- the first of the week. Jim saYS~ Wife l H~or. Advertising Manager || Pine Ridge--Mr. and Mrs. Jesse grossing murder mysteries in re- is getting tired of this winter ~i~ Httr Kanode are the proud parents of cent years--than they were early ther particularly so when he I~ Cha: | ~_ T_I?N. RATES~ ...... ||[| a baby girl born Feb. 9 at the this week with the discovery of a over his supply of feed. ~ Cha: | $3~nties; $3.50 per year || Sundance hospital. The little miss blood spattered cabin ten miles A daughter, their first born,~i kee, I elsewhere: .............. |/has been named Blanche Jeanne. southwest of Buffalo in the moun-rived at the home of Mr,,; DUrBail Two | E~oming, as~second class ~| Seely--Wom Bay was attending tains. Two trappers, one of whom Mrs. Lawrence Good on Frt kno, s ~d r the a tc of March 3, 1879. .,to his trapline on Elkhorn this is believed to have been murdered, All concerned are doing fine ~: I ti and caught a bobcat, still are missing but hours of dig-ver nanaturany~ -- Mr-'v-a-n~-~vlr-s"-e-~'uOdO ertnc ev m.-' "--- "~ week Sett -~'--'--'-~~, .... 'r/ his y PPY : I Basketball fans were treated to ging in deep snow drifts have fail- = c amination for entrance into the l ......k ...... Nay service I two mrm-pac ea games at me ed to reveal the ooay. Ben Sager and son, A PEEK " " ttenry French of Seely under-, local gym on Tuesday night as the Moskee--Aletha Richards, who Nere dinner guests at the went major surgery Wednesday at[ Sundance boysand girls teams has been ill for some time, is be- Cole home Sunday. A the John Burns Memorial hospital l.~ _ _ wh~ t the Past at Belle Fourche. I~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ' ' the J.J. Minnich of Carlile, whoI ~, of s fell several weeks ago and broke l~ wh three ribs, is reported doing os{~ kno FIVE YEARS AGO well as can be expected. The in-I( .... LI ~,L m- ~ P ~tip] February 20, 1947 jured bones are the same he broke [ ~ [ I~l ~ l l ~LR Im decq Another new farm bureau local last winter and because of his age[~ I ..... ~ ~ nar~ was activated in Crook county Sat- are healing slowly. ]~ [ ttoo urday of last week when a group FIFTEEN YEARS AGO // I . his of Oshoto-New Haven people ga- February 18, 1937 I There will be a special meeting of the dee, thered for the purpose of naming dec~ and electing officers for their 1o- Indications that the proposed Jr-I ~ I .......... , !~ so cal farm bureau. The new local rigation project in northern Crook[~ I smcKnoloers ot the v'armers-tcancners Jr., county is progresing favorably was ~ ~ ] : B. I has seventeen paid-up members, apparent when a conference be-[) | Co=-n in th, Belle Fnnrch,~ ~11 ~t Carl Adolph Swedelius, Hulett tween Montana and Wyoming of [~t I --t- .. .... lty H.. ._ ~ Zan dec~ rancher, died suddenly Tuesday ficials was held at Cheyenne last I/ I ~ ~r~ ~ ,-,,~ i "~"'~ i ed; morning at 10 a.m. at the home week. The dams would be placed ~ ~ I i p.m. r eDruary z ,/uaz. as l of his son ten miles southwest of on the junction of the north fork ItF | L. I Hulett at the age of 64. Death and main stream of the LittleMis. i] I i~ /~.el came as a result of a heart at- souri river in Montana and sev-[(~ I tack. eral miles down the stream in [~ I I I rN / i!ihor, Beulah--Larry Cleveland, who Wyoming near the border.I! i I-.I I lFl t"lt' f. had his knee cut quite badly at That the members of the Board l) I ! sue, school over a week ago, was able of County Commissioners are ma-f/llt l| ~Aa~.~-Lx4-~.~r rUm to have the stitches taken out king plans to do some road work[~ *-'~'~J ~ ' ,i~ Cou Saturday and is back in school this year, is evident from the fact I] ~ crl t telh again, that they have purchased some I~, Len Devils Tower---The Joyner faro- new road building equipment. In-[~ ily not being able to occupy their eluded in the purchases are a Die-I[ house since the fire, were housed sel eat and an Elevator grader, [~ by Mrs. Long for a couple of days Gar! until arrangements could be made at the Thorne cabins for them. Albert N. Taylor was surprised at his home Monday night on his 75th birthday when 14 friends dropped in to wish him a happy birthday. TEN YF_~ARS AGO February 19, 1942 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mitts are the parents of a daughter born Feb. 12. The little girl has been ~ Ave Y ::!; not| named Altha Marie. Two hundred and seventy.five men registered in Crook eounty during the third selective service registration which closed Monday. Of this number, 162 registered at the Sundanee office, 56 at Moor- croft and 57 at Hulett. tIouston Creek-- Jake Chaffin was bidding friends farewell the past week before leaving for Ore-, aha where he took a physical ex- :~ .q I DORLAND ] l o rozz ms ! | Phone 480 Belie ~'ourehe | fore nd -- I LOWEST PRICED IN ITS FIELD[ (Continuation of standard equipment a ~ est j ] 9~. ;. (}O~*X)O]~ B~t~ ] TkI| big. bem~flfu! Chevrolet BoI Air--like to many other Chevrolet Illu,trafed Is dependent an avallobi|Jt o mot ~ y, ] ~yJ~0~[~'8~0~ 0~)0]~t~' I body ~p.--iilts for 1.1 than any comoarabls model In Ill hldl ~ Unlt Fiinest i '" "'" day [ Spetrti k South I examine and drive this big, bright, beaut ~i Chevrolet for 521 We beheve you 11 a[ ~} you ve found your ear; and we know' you'll discover that Chevrolet offers t _6531/~ :Main Street t[ Gorgeous New Exterior Colors Interior Colors Conterpoiss Power PoweN:~veltr~0":ri?rdetin FormStherefine areCar thefeatureSonly fineat thecarspricedlOWeSt cO#!~g~ | Deadwood, So. Dakota f [ low. Brllhantly new In styhng...0~!~ i~ilSj!iiiii!ijii~ii2!~i!iiiiiiiiiii ii .... ~ ~~ '~ ............... ===~ ....... standingly fine in quality . . . and CHIROPRACTOR More people buy Chevrolets than an Belles Building Extra-Smooth, 39-Year Proved Extra-Easy Extra-Safe Phone 555 ~tra.Depondable Powerflllde* Valve-ln-Hea0 Engine Design Center-Point SteeringJumbo-Drum Brakes *Combination of Powerglide Automatic Belle Fourche, S.D. 7~ ~ ~ ~ LOW' sion and 105-h.p. Engine optional on De :: = ....:: :: ::--= models at extra cost. DR. F. R. WARD 0"" evro Spearfish, S. D. m w. st. Telephone 40 Sundance, Wyo. ii m i , iiii i i ,,,i :: Call kno, as ersi, and kno, as d : of t] of V 'i,i sun, cou, ) plai ties agai and Pret