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March 5, 1953

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Easter Seal Drive Opens In County March 5 An appeal to support the 1953 Easter Seal campaign was issued this week by the Crook County Committee of the Wyoming Socie- ty for Crippled Children end Ad- ults. The drive opens in the county March 5 according to Rev. Lamar Speier, chairman of the county committee. County residents will receive by mail envelopes containing Easter Seals and a letter telling them of the work of the society. Coin con- tainers will be placed in business ]louses in the county. The drive will close April 4 with the Easter Lily Tag Day drive. Wyoming's goal in the drive is $46,000 with 92% of the funds re- maining in the state. Campaign funds this year will be used for the employment of an occupation- al and physical therapist and a second speech therapist. fditeCrk county has already bene- from the program during the recent visit of Miss Margie ~Hurst, the society's speech thera- pist, who examined the county's hildren for speech defects. Members of the county Commit- tee are: Mrs. Lew Robinson, Frank Wagner, Mrs. Blanhce Byrd, Don Steiger, Dr. J. F. Clarenbach, Mrs. Willet Keyser, Howard Allen, Mrs. Mamie East McAnally, Mrs. Rob- ert Baldwin and the Reverend La- mar Speier. ]Past Presidents Parley Honors Legion on Birthday Members of the American Le- gion and the Legion Auxiliary were honored Tuesday night by the Past Presidents Parley Tuesday ~ight on the American Legion's 34th birthday anniversary. A birthday cake and refresh- ments at the party were furnished by the past presidents. The 28 members attending the party play- ed ~anasta and bridge during the evening. 5~ypewriter Ribbons at The Times Commercial Theater i--Sewage (Continued from First Page) 2000 feet more of ditching would be required. Seeley is asking $1,000 an acre for his land under consideration but has tentatively agreed to grant easement to the city across his land which has to be crossed to reach the city property. A simi- lar agreement has been made by Raymond Roadifer. Interest in a municipal sewage and disposal system has been high since it was first proposed. A public meeting last October indi- cated that a majority of. Sundance ,residents favored the system. Hav- ing some weight on the subject was a report of the state depart- ment of health which indicated that the city's cesspools,, in com- mon with those of other cities, were unsanitary. Plans for the system have been, drawn up by the Staven Engin- eering Co. of Rapid Oity. --Polio Funds (Continued from First Page) Coin cards mailed throughout: the county brought in $261.69 with the various communities donating the following amounts: Aladdin - 37.30; Alva - 24,80; Beulah - $22.10; tCarlile - $11; Colony - $31; Devils Tower - $3.80; Oshoto - $15.95; Seely - $16; Stroner - $.60, and Sun- dance - $99.25. , Special events raising funds were: Inyan Kara Homemakers pie supper - $18.50; Mona dance - $121.50; Sundance movie collec- tion - $24.10; Junion class basket- ball collections - $40.61; Inyan Kara Homemakers raffle - $226.50; Mrs A. B. Durfee coffee party - $36; Mrs. Frank Blakeman cof- fee" party - $10.25; Polio ball - $220.33; Mothers' march - $72.10; Rocky Point dance - $37, and Sun- dance town team basketball - $93. Foot Note '~./s time of the year doctors Urge'removing rubbers and galosh-~ es indoors because leather soles on shoes cannot ventilate feet properly if they are hampered by imperme- able foot coverings. --Bullpups (Continued from First Page) Beagle was the big gun for Sun- dancelagain firing in 14 points with Bennick chipping in with 6. The story of the games rests on the free throw line where Sun- dance sank only 7 of 24. The box scores: Sundance - FG FT FTA PF TP Beagle ............ 4 3 6 3 II Fowler ............ 2 1 4 1 5 Bennick .......... 1 0 5 3 2 Lindsey ............ 0 0 0 0 0 Mollenbrink .... 1 0 0 0 2 Smith ............. 0 0 0 1 .0 Totals .............8 Buffalo . FG Kenfield ......... 6 Adams ............ 0 Smith ............. 3 Curuchet ....... 2 Larson ............ 0 .......................... 0 4 15 8 201 FT FTA PF TP 0 0 3 12 0 0 0 0 6 11 3 12 0 0 2 4 0 0 1 0 2 4 2 2 Totals ............ ii 8 15 II 30 ! Sundance - FG FT FTA PF TP Beagle ........... 5 4 12 3 14 Fowler ............ 1 1 2 0 3 Bennick .......... 2 2 7 2 6 Lindsey ......... 0 0 0 2 0 Mollenbrink .... 0 0 0 3 0 D. Roadifer .... 1 0 3 1 2 Totals ..............9 Newcastle - FG Cridland .......... 2 Egge ................ 2 Hay ........ ~ ....... 0 Bennett ............ 2 Chittim ............ 1 McMahon ........ 0 Russell ........... 2 Lanson ---r ...... 4 Minter .......... 0 Keeler .............. 0 7 24 11 25 FT FTA PF TP 0 2 1 4 2 4 2 6 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 4 3 3 2 5 1 2 1 1 0 0 0 4 1 3 1 9 0 2 2 0 0 0 1 0 Totals .............13 8 17 12 34 Royal Mills Jr's. Parents of Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Royal Mills, Jr. of Beulah are the parents of a daughter born Feb. 21 at the Sa- maritan hospital in Speat~flsh. The baby weighed seven pounds and i has been named Bonnie Bea. i Tell 'era, you saw it in The Times! --Simons (Continued From First Page) ceme~. Mrs. Simon was born Dec. 21, 1881 in Seneca county, Ohio. After her marriage to Dwight Simon in 1901, she and her husband moved to Wyoming irt 1909 where they homesteaded neat" Moorcroft~ They lived in Moorcroft until 1944 when they moved to Ft. Col- lins where they had lived since. Mrs. Simon was a member of the United Brethern church and was a former member of the Pythian Sister lodge in Moorcroft. In addition to her husband, she ts survivied by a daughter, Mrs. Frank Kimsey of Cheyenne; two sons, Earl of Sundance and Hollis of Cheyenne; three sisters, Mrs. Ole Nelson of Lodge Grass Mont., Mrs. Charles Swanson of Toledo, Ohio and Mrs. Lulu Gordon of Port Clinton, Ohio; one brother, Jess Judson of Ohio, 10 grand- children and 14 great-grandchild- ren. Wayne Kipp's Daughter Baptized at Episcopal Church i In a private ceremony held at i the Church of the Good Shepherd Feb. 28, Ginger Lea Kipp, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs Wayne Kipp of Aurora, Colo., was bap- tized by the Rev. Lamar Speier. Godparents of the child are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bernd of Sun- dance and Colleen Chittim of Phoenix, Ariz. Mrs. Kipp is the former Luella Bernd. Icy Road Conditions Cause Two Accidents Icy conditions on Highway 116 last Saturday night were respon- sible for two minor auto acidents. Cars owned by Rev. R. O. Rice and Ronnie Stagemeyer, both of Sun- dahce, skidded off the road. There were no injuries in either accident. Rev. Rice was enroute to a bas- ketball game at Newcastle when his car struck a slick spot on the highway and overturned as it left the highway. Damage to the car was slight as it landed in a deep drift of snow. $UI~DANCE Friday anCde'S~turd~y BOSTITCH o A Real Value at *2.80 Includes I000 Staples March 6 and 7 "SHORT GRASS" Starring Rod Cameron Johnny Mack Brown Cathy Downs Alan Hale Guns roar with action! The Outlaw West as it really was. Sunday and Monday March 8 and 9 "THE PRISONER OF ZENDA" In Technicolor St.~rring , Stewart Granger Deborah Kerr James Mason The motion picture that defies comparison! BOSTITCH Personal Tacker, Hand Stapler, Desk Fastener -- All in One Hundreds of Uses Weds., and Thurs. Macrh 10 and 11 "MUTINY" In Technicolor Starring Mark Stevens Angels Lansbury ]Patrlels Knowles at Home- at Work- in School The Sundance Times The Newspaper Printed for Crook County , THE SUNDANCE Sundance, Wyo. March CRIPPLED 20th Belle Theat _. Belle Fourche. South Dak~ YOUR TRI-STATE T,~A~'~I The Big Pictures Play He~ Hearing Sets for The De- Thurs., Fri. March 5th, 6~ A DAMON RUNYON S_~dj FULL OF STAGE Tlllt~ Evening Shows 7:30, 9:~ Mitzi Gaynor Scott Mitzi Green and M.~my Bloodhounds Broadway" COLOR BY TECHNICOI~ Here is a Very Good She Selected Short Subjects Saturday Only March 1tl FIRST BIG PICTURI~ Evening Shows 7:00, To See Both Pictures Come Before 8:30 P.~' Matinee 1:30 %an Johnson Ruth "Invitation" SECOND BIG PICTU~ Gilbert Roland Gleuda "Apache War Smoke" Play "WAHOO" Sunday, Mort. March 8rib Argentine Women Know A Gaucho never gives Continous Shows on Shows 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 9:30 Attend The MatineeS Avoid the Night Monday Evening 7:30, Rory Calhoun Gene "Way of A In Beautiful Rich.~rd Boone Par. News ~ Selectet Tues., Wed., Thur. ,11, 12 Selected as Second Best in Johny Wayne Maureen Colo by A REPUBLIC Barry Fitzgerald Victor Here Is A Real Put This on the Must Selected Short All you have to do is on the information on ture and you will want it.