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March 5, 1953     The Sundance Times
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THE SU'NDANCE TIMES An Independent Newspaper Published Every Thursday by The T~mes Publishing Co. The Times is a legal newspaper for all publleaUona John E. Lindsey Owner.Publlsher Howard Allen, News Editor, Advertising Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES $3.00 per year in Crook and adjoining counties; $3.50 per year elsewhere. Entered at the postoffice at Sundance, Wyoming, as second class matter under the act of March 3, 1879. Open Bible Church Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Tedro, pasters Located in the building east of Tedro home. Young People's Ser- vice--7 p.m. Thursday. Worship--11 a.m. Evangelistic ser- vices--7:45 Sunday. Good News St. Paul's Catholic Church Mass 9 a.m. Confession before mass. Mass held every third Sunday and every fifth Sunday when oc~ cutting. Church of the Good Shepherd Rev. Lamar Speier Sunday, 9:30 a.m. - Sunday School. 11 a.m. - -Morning Prayer and Sermon. Holy Communion on first Sunday in every month. Sundance Methodist Church R. O. Rice, minister Sunday School - I0 a.m. Morn- ing Worship - 11 a.m. Methodist Youth Fellowship meeting - Mon- day, 7:30 p.m. Lenten service Fri- day evening. To any and all of these services, the public is invited and a warm welcome awaits you. Wesleyan Methodist Church .... Rev. Lee Goodell, pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Classes for all ages. Morning Worship - 11 a.m. Evening services - 7:30 p. m. Youth night - Monday, 7:30 p.m. All high school ages. Prayer Service - Wednesday, ,7:30 p.m. Friday, special Lenten service at the Methoidst church - 7:30 p.m. Pre-Easter Services Set for Sundance Churches on Friday Interdenominational pre.Easter' services have been planned by the Sundance Methodist church and the Wesleyan Methodist church with the first service to be held this Friday. Rev. W. F. Tedro will be in charge of the first service to l be held at the Methodist church. The services will alternate be- tween the two churches with min- izters of the two Methodist church,' es and the Open Bible church al- ternating in taking charge of the services. Starting time of the ser- vices each Friday is 7:30 p.m. Ft. Meade Hospital Activities Explained To Redwater Local Activities at the Ft. Meade, S. D. Veterans' Hospital were discuss- ed by a hospital representative at last Friday night's meeting in Beu- lah of the Redwater Farm Bureau. The Ft. Meade representative showed the group a film on the voluntary service utilized at all VA hospitals and asked everyone who was able to volunteer for such service. The Redwater members also heard Bob Ridings, assistant for- est ranger of the Bear Lodge dis- trict, who showed two films. Miss Betty Bertell, Home Economics student teacher at Sundance high school, spoke on her trip to Eng- land and Scotland as an Interna- tional Farm Youth Exchange dele- gate and showed pictures of the two countries. Sandwiches and coffee were served following the meeting. Sunny Divide Local Members Head Soil Conservation Talk Richard Gray Of the Moorcroft Farm Bureau discussed the Soil Conservation Service last Friday night at the meeting of the Sunny Divide Farm Bureau. Highlight of the evening was the culinary concoctions whipped up by the men. The tasty food, in- cluding delicious sandwiches, de- lectable cakes and savory coffe, were served by the men after the meeting. Guests at the meeting were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gray and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anderson of the Moorcroft Farm Bureau and three members of the Bear Lodge FFA chapter. At the next meeting of the local on March 27, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Habeck will present a puppet show. Auto Registrations iS(mr Over 1100._ Mark In County Sale of 1953 auto license plates continued at a pace about equal to last year, according to figures ,re,eased this week by County Treasurer Paul Yeoman. He said that auto plates had pas~sed the 1100 mark in consecu- tive order. Sale of truck plates, Yeomar~ said, were rapidly ap- proaching the 1000 mark. Seven County Men Volunteer Under New Draft Regulations Selective Service's new policy of allowing 1-A men to volunteer for induction paid off big divi- dends for the county draft board during the last week. Seven county men volunteered for induction into theArmy on March 16. Listed by the Select- ive Service board as volunteeri~ were: James L. HedriclL Sundance Nell A..Garman, Carlile; Lewis A. Wolff, Devils Tower; Lawson C. Wagner, Sundance; Ronnie C. Stagemeyer, Sundance; Earl E. R~, Devils Tower, and Gene A. Wolfe, Devils Tower. Under the new ruling, men 18- 26 can volunteer through their draft beards for 24 months service in the Army only. Seventeen- year-olds may also volunteer pro- viding they have their parents' consent. Self-Employed Get Federal Old-Age Insurance Very Soon As part of their insurance pro- tection, at least 3 million self- employed persons can now, or soon will be able to, say "we too are iflsured by Federal old-age and survivors insurance2' according to Patrick J. Shafer, manager of the Casper Social Security office. He said these individuals have full credit for their self-employ- ment earnings after 1950 and so become fully insured as soon as they file their 1952 income tax. To stay insured, they must con- tinue to report their earnings and pay the social security contribu- tions annually. Sharer urged all self-employed to keep accurate records and to be sure that the correct social security number and an accurate description of the occupation are shown on the tax return and at- tached to Schedule C as submitted. Wyoming Picnic at Mesa, Ariz., Draws Many County People Twenty-nine persons attended the Wyoming picnic Feb. 23 at Mesa, Arizona, according to a let- ter from Mrs. B. F. Vines who at- tended the picnic. Attending from Crook county were: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Guid- inger, Mr. and Mrs. George Howes, Elmer Frank~ Mr, and Mrs. George P6ipley, Mrs. Edith Thompson, Miss Marion Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Vines. Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. A. Clark Fay and children. Mrs. Fay is the former Florence Wilkerson of Sundance. Inyan Kara Homemakers Select New Committees New committees for 1953 were setected by the Inyan Kara Home- makers club when club members met Feb. 25 at the home of Mrs. Ralph Partlow. At the meeting, county agent Wiilet Keyser showed cancer films for the group and Mrs. Hat. riet Baldwin answered questions about cancer. A comedy film was shown for the children at the meeting. In other business matters, new! year books were given the mem- I bers, and Margaret Bergin return- ~ed the demonstration on protein substitute meals. At the club's next meeting on March 18, Geneive George will speak on Ranch, Farm and Home Week which she attended at Lar- i amie. Mrs. Elaine Clark will re- turn a demonstration on the care of linoleum and tile floors. Sundance Local To Give Assistance To Mmficipal Park Assistance for the Sundance city park was discussed last Saturday night by the Sundance Farm Bur- eau at its regular meeting. Local members agreed to help in the making of the park when the park needs are found out. The Sundance local also made donations to several drives. Dona- tions went to the polio fund, the Red Cross and the Crusade for Freedom. Betty Bertell, who is student teaching here, spoke on her trip to Scotland and England as an Inter- national Farm Youth delegate. Members also saw films on cancer and wildlife. Farm Bureau gate signs were given to new members of the local during the meeting. "There goes Jackson falling down on the Job agltin.'~ George Hanson Obituary George Hanson, 80, died Feb. 24 at the home of his niece, Mrs. T. L. Wolfskill at Hulett. His body was shipped to St. Louis for cre- mation. Hanson, a half-brother of the late John J. Belshe, was born at LaClede, Mo. He lived in Missouri until 1950 when he came to Wyo- ming to live with his niece. He is survived by several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Hanson died several years ago. Newcastle Speaker COps FHA Contest; Cummings Second , A Newcastle FFA member took top honors in the district FFA speaking contest held in Sundance last Friday. Bob Scott, scoring 925 points out of 1000, edged Dick Cummings of the Bear Lodge chapter who totaled 902 points. Scott and Cummings will repre- sent this district in the regional contest to be held at Newcastle March 11. Other results of the speaking contest here showed William Bur- leson in third place with 827 points and Larry Keyser fourth with 755. Scott, in copping first place, spoke on farm safety - its causes and some measures for correction. Cummings' topic was cooperation and coordination of Soil Conserva- tion agencies. Burleson's speech concerned the new cross-bred beef breeds and their importance to ranchers. Conserving soil under dry, windy conditions was Keyser's field. HIS speech went Into detail about emergency methods for con- trolling dust and soil. Two Speakers each from two oth- er FFA districts will compete in the regional contest slated for Newcastle. One district includes Gillette, Rozet, Sheridan, and Buff- alo. Making up the other are Lusk, Lingle, Wheat!and and Glen- rock. Judges for the contest here were Mrs. Lorraine Gladstone and Andy Policky. Master of ceremonies was Tom Miller. FHA Will Serve Lunch at Sundance PTA Session Tuesday Lunch at the Sundance PTA meeting next Tuesday night will be served by members of the Sun- dance FHA chapter. The lunch will go on sale at 8:30 p.n~ In other FHA news, it was re- vealed that nine FHA girls are working on either junior or chap- ter degrees. The girls are: Jean- ne Donaldson, Margie Thorn, Dor- othy Quint, Lee Ripley, Verna Dudrey, Joan Keyser, Beverly Humphrey, Patsy Tsehetter and Virginia Ice. MONU'KENT8 A i~I) ~ARKE R8 The finest selection in the Trl.State Area. Deadwood Granite and Marble Works Shop Ph. 14317 Res. 147R THE SUNDANCE Sundznce, Wyo. March Moorcroft Merril Waymire accompanied Amos Hall left last Thursday a couple weeks stay in and other southern points. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Vesser Mrs. Orville Jones of tended the funeral services Mrs. Claude Storm in Hulett Wednesday. Out of town attending the funeral were Watt of St. Mary's Idaho, an of Mrs. Storm's, Mr. and Mrs. len Watt of Casper, cousins, Marjorie Graves, sister of Storm, from Omaha. "Auntie" Smith writes Sheridan, since her accident she was hit by a car recently. says, "It was worth the shock bruises she received to hear so many of her old friends. received more cards than at mas time and many phone She stated she was not hurt but was lucky she wasn't ed. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Froggatt from Morro Bay, Calif they planning soon to build the~ house. Both are fine and like new location and work very Mr. and Mrs. Voy Cox in Sheridan over the Saturday visitors in town Mr. and Mrs. Shepherdson son, Mrs. McCullough and ter, Mrs. Frank Somers of Ridge, Mike Erland of Pine Word from Mr. and Cannon of Casper states while their way home from Calif winter they purchased five of irrigated alfalfa land at Junction, Colo. and move their trailer house about March 1st They'have in Casper all winter where finished a job at Alcova. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Donner Oshoto-are the proud parentS a son born last Friday at Memorial hospital in Sheridan. and Mrs. Bert Evans of OshotO the maternal grandparents. Earl Mellotte who was the hospital in Gillette last nesday is reported to be the same. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Twiford turned Monday after past several weeks visiting daughter and family in ChicagO' Mrs. Ray Holsinger of Sheridan was admitted to the Sheridan Memorial Mrs. Holsinger is an old of this vicinity and will be bered here by many. Her are wishing her a speedy Mr. and Mrs. Walter Adair daughter moved this week into house owned by Mrs. Wesley of Oshoto. Mr. and Mrs. Paul John Kean were visitors in and Gillette last Thursday. Card Club Notes Mrs. Cora Lea Lubken was tess last Thursday evening card club. Three tables of were played during the High score was won by Mrs. tha Kimsey, low by Mrs. Falbo, traveling by Mrs. Brosa. At the close of the the hostess served delicious freshments. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rip]ey daughter left early this week Denver, Colo. where he will employment. Mrs. Millard Ripley who went surgery last Tuesday in ings is reported to be along very nicely and hopes able to return home the last week.