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Newsbox items are limited to informational nonprofit, service and social group meeting and " event notices for the Of notifying the public event,, Foundn Thurs., Feb. 27, 1:30 p.m., Moorcroft Branch Ubrary Services District Board Thurs., Feb. 27, 2:30 p.m., Hos- pital Conference Room - The public is welcome to attend. "Transporlatlon" Fri., Feb.28, AlI-Giris Lock-in Sleepover FrL, Feb, 28, 6 p.m.'-Sat,, March I, 9:30 a.m., Library - Girls only in grades 4-6. Call for more information 283-1008. Crook County Museum Foundation Man_March 3, 5:15 p.m., Wild' West Espresso Sundance City Council Tues:, March 4, 6 p.m. work session, 7 p.m. meeting, City Hall Crook County Commissioners Tues.-Wed., March 4-5, 8 a.m., Courthouse Ash Wednesday Services Page 3 The Sundance Times Peek at the Past 115 Years Ago March 3, 1899 ABOUT CROOK COUNTY Crook county is one hun- dred and two miles long by sixty wide and has an area of 6,120 square miles, or about 3,916,800 acres. It has forty schools with 599 school chil- dren and the entire population is estimated at 4,000. County Seat and Principal Town. The county seat and principal town is Sundance, with a population of about 500, situ- ated at the foot of Sundance Mountain, on the banks of Sundance Creek, a beauti- ful mountain stream, and in the center of a fertile district. The city owns its system of waterworks, substantial city hall, fire apparatus, etc. Mer- chandising in all its branch- es, banking and commercial interest are well represented. The municipal bonded indebt- edness is $15,000, at 6 per- cent interest. This newspaper's remarks on the gambling curse have developed the fact that the sentiment of the community is overwhelmingly favorable to prohibiting the vice. This is encouraging, but the fact that the reformers are shy on state prohibitory laws is dis- couraging and is not enviably creditable to a state in which female suffrage is in vogue. So long as the voters persist Wed., March 5, noon, Good . Shepherd EpiscopalChurch m nominating and electing saloon proprietors, gamblers and liquor fiends to positions of honor and trust, just that long will the moral interests of the community be in jeopardy. These remarks are directed especially to Wyoming women who, through their brothers, fathers, sons and husbands have become depraved by rea- son of a mania for gambling, are still blind followers of the blind. Wed., March 5, 12:30 p.m., St. Paul's Catholic Church Sundance Senior Citizens Center Board Wed., March 5, 1:30 p.m. Hulett Town Council Wed., March 5, 7 p.m., GHCC Lunch Bunch Discussion Group Thurs., March 6, 10 a.m., Lrary - To discuss "Spirit of Steamboat" by Craig John- son. Hudson gives you these two amazing safety inventionsl -IF a front tire and tube blew out at 60 - you'd be safer with Hudson's exclusive Auto- Poise C:,ntrol. IF hydraulic brakes should fail -you'd be safer with Hudson exclusive Double-Safe Brakes. $745 for 86 H.P. Hudson 112 DeLuxe; $823 for Hudson Six, 96 H.P., 118 in. wheel base; $919 for Country Club models 101 and 122 H.P., 122 and 129 in wheel base. - TRACY MO- TOR CO. Mona - Wick Cart took his team to the Harry Collins ranchSaturday to get them shod. Emmett Redding and Wilfred Bunney called at Sundance and Belle Fourche on business last Tuesday. Wil- fred seems to be in the market for a few cows S0 Years Ago February 27, 1964 Stormy weather curtailed attendance at the Wool Insti- tute sponsored by the Crook County Wool and Lamb Grow- ers Association last week. Jw NuckolIs won the men's event and received a set of seat belts from Tracy Motor Co. Art Ed- sall and Keith McDonald placed second, each receiving a shaving set from Lee's Phar- macy. In the women's con- test, Jan Edwards finished first and Mrs. Thea Nuckolls placed second. JoAma Harper, Sundance high school senior, and Car- olyn Jean Hill, a senior at Hulett high school, have been named 1964 Betty Crocker Homemakers of Tomorrow at their high schools. Miller Creek - Mr. and Mrs. Lorey Anderson left Thurs- day afternoon to take their daughter Shirley Long, to San Diego where she will at- tend beauty school. 25 Years Ago Boys State delegates from Sundance High School were selected Monday by Crook County Post No. 45 of The American Legion. SHSjuniors are Garrett Smith and Chad Leger, delegates; and Brian Jackson, alternate. Navy Seaman Charles F. Phillips, son of Wilma K. and Charles F. Phillips III, Hu- lett has graduated from Op- erations Specialist School. A 1987 graduate of Hulett High School, he joined the Navy in September 1988. Community m: c report the incident to the Treasury Inspector General for continued from page 1 Tax Administration on 800- 366-4484.You can also report phone call from someone it to the Federal Trade Cam- claiming to be an IRS repre- sentative, ask them for a call- back number and their em- ployee badge number. If you think you may owe taxes, you can call the IRS directly at 800-829-1040. If you do not owe taxes, you mission on FTC.gov, includ- ing the words "IRS Telephone Scum" in the comments. If you receive a suspicious email that claims to be from the IRS, you are advised to forward it to phishing@irs.gov and then delete it. Cards of aloe:clasSes to help you .... connect to your emcestors ' 0000sdays of each e Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Thanks Thank You We would like to thank the Sundance EMS, Crook County Search and Rescue, Destination X, Outdoor Mo- torsports, Rare Element Resources and the Sundance Times along with our club members and friends who helped, donated and participated in the Jeremiah Jundt Memorial Poker Run. Your assistance allowed us to hold a great event and ensures we are able to continue to give back to the com- munity. Bear Lodge Snowmobile Club Our Thanks The Sundance Emergency Responders Association Take advantage of  would like to thank all those that donated so generously of to this year's annual Freeze-Your-Fanny race. cesor na)ne o diSc Good Earth Natural Foods Crook County Veteri- ancet0rs nary Services d :share your unique Deanna Hooper and Powerful Impact PowderByrne Armory Gearhart Sinclair Powder River Energy Corporation Feb 27: Oven ed mashed potatoes with gravy; Pacific blend vegetables, Hillside Pharmacy NAPA - Tracy Motors Best Western Motel Rare Earth Elements Dillon 's Hardware Wild West Espresso 1875 Gallery Black Hills Reiki Chandra G. Pollat Massage Longhorn Saloon and Grill 2nd Amendment Guns & Ammo Pix Etc Bearlodge Equipment The Turf Bar Harley Davidson Impressions Embroidery Dime Horseshoe Bar Travel Plaza Fresh Start Cassidy 's Feed and Seed Thurs. MarQh 6, 1 p.m,, Sun" dance Ubrory Lost and Found Grief Supp Group Thurs., March 6, 7 p.m., United taet Shaft Gose 283-3333, Ted Buckman 283-124 or Pastor Ken Ballard 283-1594. Hulefl Museum and Art Electa Chapter #5, OES Thurs., March 6, 7 p.m. Fancy Nancy Tea Party Fri., March 7, 2:30-3:30 p.., Library - Girls only age 4 through grade 3. Remem- ber to dress in your fanciest clothes! SHS Band Collecting Aluminum Cans Can be placed in the trailer by the car wash. NO BOTTLES, PLEASE! BINGO! Every Monday at 1 p.m., Sun- dance Assisted Care Center Bearlodge Yoga Club Man., Wed. evenings, 5-6:30 p.m., Church of Christ- Ques- tions, call Doreen, 281-O317. All welcome. AI-Anon Every Tuesday and Thursday, 8 p.m., Senior Citizens Center 75 Yedfs-Ag-0.- -"i -::., (::arcfi 2;i 98"'""i . ..... March-2; '1939 ......... ..... T'Cr0ok county Memorial' In 1937 a visibility survey of Hospital and Nursing Home the Black Hills National For- est was made to determine the best locations for fire lookout stations. The results of this survey showed that Warren Peak, seven miles north of Sundance, in the Bearlodge, was one of the best lookout points in the entire forest. In November 1938 work was started on a wooden lookout cabin. Due to the weather conditions the job could not be completed in 1938. As soon as the forest road is open in April this year the building will be rushed to completion in order to have it available for the 1939 fire season. The following boys received formal recognition as qualified Troop 62 Tenderfoot Scouts Monday night: Alfred Vines, Bernard Solomon, Don Grubb, Leland Ewing, Bill Hopson, Bud Caulkins, Jess Straight, Don Tracy, George Olds, Durand Grenier, David Landers, Tom Straight, Jim McGuckin and Don Hack. Advertisement WE'RE i SELLING HUDSON NOW... } and we want to tell you why! - We're proud to bring you the safest cars built today! Only nurses filed suit last week in U.S. District Court in Chey- enne seeking $500,000 from the hospital. The two nurses were suspended after they al- legedly reported abuses of pa- tients. They also claim they were denied their right to free- dom of speech while they were invoking their duties as nurs- es to report improper nursing practices. The lawsuit also contends that the personnel policies of the hospital were not followed when they were suspended. cific blend vegetables, Asi salad, baked apple s ices, ginger  6Qoe soup, egg Salad sanhl carrot apple Celery salad mashed potatoes with gagy, Scandinavian blend yeg Pancake Supper Shrove Tuesday- March 4 Good Shepherd Episcopal Church 602 E. Main in Sundance Time: 5-7 p.m. .... Many thks, tllChe votuntlio-  ,a=,  .... ., ................ ...... , :  ....  ! !.  ':- a  :- ............... ".;: " " ..... ': I.-;. II JOCund 00unlce branam I., invite you to celebrate their !1 !| " " " II 70 INeddlng Anmversary I by sending a card: Joe and Eunice Graham II! II 891 Inyan Kara Rd, Moorcroft, IY 82721 I i Mom- Dad - Cranni - Pa Pa Ill . Happy Anniversary- Feb. 23,1944 .  II I Love YOU- From All Your Family ! I! L J;:tllJllllll/lll I II SL hal's Ca00b01;c 6b00rcb SL Patrick's Dinner SundaY, March 9, 2013 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Church Basement Handicap Accessible, Door Prizes Adults: $10.6-10 years old: $5.5 years and under: Free Council of Catholic Women hosting For meals delivered, call FIo Jacobs (283.1609) before Sunday or call Barbara Byrne (290-0438) on Sunday. Meals will be delivered between 11:30 a.m. and noon. Alcoholics Anonymous Every Tuesday and Thursday, 8 p,m,, Senior Citizens Center Morning Glades Weight Loss Group Every Thursday, 9 a.m. weigh- in, 9:30 meeting - For more" information call Mona at 283-2129. Free E. coil testing for Crook County Residential Rural Wells Please call the Crook County Natural Resource District at 283-2870 to pick up sample bottlesand schedule a deliv- ery and lab analysis time or find us on the web at www. ccnrd.org for additional infor- mation. Veteran's Outreach & ans and immediate families. Northeast Region call 307-359- 2430. The Sundance Times The Sundance Times (USPS: 526-720) Copyright 2014 by Sundance Times, Inc. - Curtis and Linda Moberg, is published weekly at 311 Main Street, PO Box 400, Sundance WY 82729. Business, Editorial Offices, Accounting and Circulation Offices: 311 Main Street, PO Box 400, Sundance WY 82729. Periodi- cads Postage Paid at Sundance WY 82729. 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