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March 5, 1953

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The Most Thoroughly Read Newspaper In The Black Hills ~al Newspaper for Crook County, Town of Sun(lance and United States Land Office SUNDANCE, WYOMING THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1953 Number10 :ouncil, Public Health Directorf Discuss City Sewage Plans LI. I c ?aring gS-d Wgrm-Up, Iet Un issue action on the proposed sewer system appeared following the disclosure this that L. O. Williams, director Health for Wyoming, huddle with the Sundance Council this month to go the sewer system plans. will discuss the sew- disposal system with the March 16 and 17. The has called a public meet- on March 17 at 8 p.m. to dis- the plans with property and owners. If a bond is- voted it would require a of both property and non- owners to carry. Place meeting has not yet been are that the system, approval, will cost the Not included in the is the cost of land for a lagoon. sites for the lagoon are al- under consideration. One Claude Seeley's property east of Sundance between 14 and-585. The second ts on the 40-acre city-owned tract southeast of Sun- on highway 585. needs call for. five to for the lagoon but would more if the city require- If the lagoon on the city property, on Last Page, Sec. 1) | mmerc.ml iI(:'l.:b to D,scuss eal Events ~he Sundance Commercial club ~_ meet Thursday night to dis. ~_ the club's activities in 1953. ~ ~eeting is slated for the Elk ~ra Cafe at 6"30 p m. t th . l~ .' e February meeting, the tin l~,.~ess group made the decmion ~thdraw from the Black Hills ltL Uadlands Association devoting ~i activities in 1953 entirely to ? events and projects ttrsday night's meeting will be th~ :rned with local events and Qn~, ~'lub's participation in them. ha~, rOject which has the group s ~ U " 1~] g zs completion of the city 1 ~8e~nd Girl Born i|~o Arnold Duca's I~tZld Mrs. Arnold Duca of Sun- Second daughter was born to 'm~,:~'~ ~]l~ttl at Spearfish Feb. 19. The ,]~e girl weighed 10 pounds, 4 i|A]~es and has been named Arna ~/" b New II~t~ "i Camp.bell, Derby, Colo. i"~r~ W. ~lumphrey, Sundance IR~ Renewals i~'a Rice, Sundance. "~dWOod Granite & Marble i Wor ~i'? Deadwood, S. D. I' ~, a Cundy, North Richland, ! ~h. !~thryn Maurer, Seely, Wyo. ~ ~[~wken, Sundance. !~ County PMA, S undance A welcome surprise greeted the Sundance Bullpup basketball crew when they arrived in Buffalo for the tournament last week. Basketball warm-ups, purchased by Sundance residents, businessmen and the school, arrived in Buffalo the first night the team was there. Aiding in the purchase of the new suits were: Lee's Pharmacy, Sundance Electric, Crook County Refinery, Mona Short Line Telephone Co., Cool Motors, Sundance Pharmacy, Sundance Times, Bear Lodge Hotel,' Turf Bar,' Ma'r~hall-Wells, Tracy~Motor CO., Durfee's, Circl~:'S" Chevrolet Co., Pastime Bar, Richard's Grocery, Fred's Bar, Model Grocery, Sundance Texaco, Helen Smith, Everett Fowler, A1 Nussbaum and George Beagle. Pictured in the photo above are (left to rgiht): front row - Artie Cundy, manager, David McLaughlin, Gary Jensen. In the second row are: Mickey Trego, Ernie Roadifer, Guy Fowler, Tommy Beagle, Mike Lindsey. In the back row are: Dale Roadifer, Tommy Bennick, Nels Smith and Merritt Mollenbrink. C~unty Poh'o-Chapter Names as Chairman Mrs. Gordon Byrd Mrs. Gordo~ Byrd of Sundance heads the county polio chapter as chairman during 1953 following reorganization of the chapter last Monday in Sundance. She suc- ceeds Mrs. David Seeley. Other officers of the chapter are: Mrs. A. B. Durkee, vice-chairman; Mrs. Everett Humphrey, secretary; Mrs. Harry Nixon, treasurer; Mrs. Lawrence Lorenzen, nurse; Mrs. Bob Sherrard, women's advis~r, and Dr. J. F. Clarenbach. Final Polio Fund Figures Hit $2396 C~ook county nudged the $2400 level and broke its 2300 in the 1953 polio drive according to final figures released by Mrs. Harry Nixon, treasurer of the county infantile paralysis chapter. Total donations to the drive were $2396.41 of which the county kept $1198.20 with the other half of the funds going to the national found- ation. On the other side of the ledger were $1685 in bills which more than took care of this year's donations. Donations to the drive revealed a number of surprising sources. The donations included 538.05 from Mooreroft and $262 from Hul- ett. County schools donated $97.22 and Sundance organizations $232.- 42. Taken from coffee cans in Sundance was $105.24. (Continuecl on Last Page, Sec. 1) IOpening Tourney Play High in the air goes Tommy Bennick, 88, Sundance center, for the tip off in the opening play of the Sundance-Buffalo game. Action occurred at the Northeast district junior high basketball tournament played:at Buffalo and won by Gillette for the third consecutive year. Sheridan Firm Gets Contract for Hulett- Aladdin Road Work Contracts totaling nearly $750.- 000 in construction were awarded last Friday by the Wxoming High- way Department. Among the contracts let was one of $176,640 awarded for work on five miles of the Hulett-Alad- din road. Peter Kiewit Sons Co. of Sheridan had the winning bid for grading, draining and miscel- laneous work on the five-mile strip. Mrs. Lillie Simons, Ex-County Resident, Dies In Colorado ~Mrs. Lillie M. Simon, 71, mother of Earl Simon of Sundance, died Feb. 18 at Ft. Collins, Colo. She was a former Moorcroft resident. Funeral srevices were held Feb. 20 with burial in the Ft. Collins 'Continued on Last Page, See. 1~ Nels Smith Heads Wyo. Game Group Former Wyoming Gov. Nels Smith of Sundance, who won ap- pointment to the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission Feb. 21, was elected president of the commis- sion last Saturday in Jackson. T. Seddon Taliaferro 3rd of Rock Springs was named vice-pres- ident. WEATHER The rcading~ ....... Max. ~.~ec. Feb. 24 .................. 32 12 0 Feb. 25 ................33 14 " 0 Feb. 26 .................. 44 16 .0 Feb. 27 ................. 37 18 .15 Feb. 28 .................. 29 18 tr March 1 ................. 18 7 A~ B lip B w." J T u ups o ,n r. ourney; Sundance Spl,ts at Wheatland Bulldogs Whip Preps' ~ .----- "~ " Poor Shooting Kills In Overtime, 56-53 Jr. High C, oaGh BUllpuDs Chances ' With three first.stringers A scoreless third quarter 'in fouling out, the Sundance Bull. their first tournament game chili- dogs fell before Huntley, 7~- ed Sundance Bullpup hopes ftor 46, in their second tourney honors in the junior high tourna- battle. Action Thursday sees , ment held last weekend in Buffalo Sundance meeting Guernsey. when Buffalo stopped them 30-2q. The Sundance Bulldogs battered Drawing Bu~fal0s frOrarteh~lrof~t game, me p p the University Preps into sub- . ......... mission Tuesday night 56-53 in anou~7 ~iirS~ouPe:l~uc~?t~'f~:n~t~ overtime at Wheatland in the Class P . , " B tournament. They moved after alo m the second quarter to put their second win in the double them in front at the half 19-17.' . elimination tournament Wednes- day afternoon against Huntley: The Bulldogs moved on to the tourney after ending their regular season last Saturday night at Newcastle. After Sundance bat- tled the Class A Powder River con- ference kings neck-and-neck, the Dogies pulled away in the final three minutes to win 62-46. Handicapped by the loss of Carl Schulze in the third quarter on fouls, Bulldog hopes for an upset went down the drain in the final period when Kenny Fall, who racked up 22 points, also fouled out. The Bulldogs grabbed a 12-11 first quarter lead before Newcastle came on to pick up 28-24 and 43-36 leads with their big men generally controlling both backboards. Fall with 22 points, Hart with 12 and Dudrey with 10 poured in :the Sundance points while big Updlke, the Dogies pivotman, flip- ped in 21. Called affectionately Pop by members of the team is Jim Ander- son, coach of the Bullpups. Jim is 21 and in his first year of teach- ing. He g~aduated, from Black Hills Teachers College and also studied at Northern State Teach- ers College at Aberdeen, S. D. Then came the chilling third quarter. Buffalo picked up just four points but the Bullpups raqk- ed up nothing and garnered just three points in the final quartez'. Beagle poured in 11 points for the Bullpups with Fowler tossii~g in 5. Kenfield and Smith bagged 12 apiece for Buffalo. In a consolation battle, Satur- day, the Bullpups, despite Beagle's 14 markers dropped a 34-25 decis- ion to NewcaStle. Newcastle piled up a huge lead in the first r larter as the Bull- pups were ~able to find the range. The ;wcastle junior high club held a 13-2 margin. With Beagle flipping 6 points, the Bull- pup's cut Newcastle's margin 18- Born at Roubaix, S. D., he attended 10 at the half. grade school at Deadwood andI Continuing their drive in the Nemo, S. D. and Moskee and grad-~ third quarter, the Bul!pups chopp- uated from Spearfish high school. [ed away at Newcastle s lead until He ran the mile and two mile for]they trailed 22-17 going into the the college track team. j fical period. Newcastle spurted Jim piloted his Bullpups to a 9-8 1 then for 12 points to win handily. win record for the season. [ ~Ccntinued on ~ Page, See.. I)