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AGO ~., MARCH 9, 1972 veterinarian Dr. Summers said this moving to Lander purchased the and practice of Dr. Summers has the Crook County Clinic here since Frank, lifelong resident and for- died Sun- Gillette hospital. McCullough, High School sen- named Betty of To- for 1972 at the She is the of Mr. and Mrs. Service and Soil personnel snow courses in Lodge Mountains of February and snowpack still Warren Peak inches of snow inches of water, had 25 inches With 5.6 inches of Lodge Divide inches of snow of water AGO MARCH 9, 1967 Hejde, Aladdin outside with for almost four Is now in in ~. Hejde who had since the received surgery to insert the Marlene Simons, has an article, tl~e Youth of Wvo- tn the March issue of Wildlife. Mrs. article deals with Wildlife Conserva- overs some wildlife in Crook Paith Johnson, the of the Rev. and Johnson, Sun- the lead female Hills State ~u.sical, "My Fair Miss Johnson a majoring in music ~ra Melanson, Ex- for 11 to the Wyo- She Lhe plaque at V Institute irginia Ramsey, economist. AGO 1962 of Sundance that he for the nomination for from of this year's Candidate high- regular monthly the Sundance Auxiliary. Girls State Laramie was daughter Mrs. Maurice SUndance high and a Sun- grader are en- i nrtheast district which will be High competing division of the Janet Scheloredt, Vivian Sipe, Jo- Ann Harper, Robin Hegge, Carole Werre and Elana Osgard. Tri-County Electric Asso- ciation, Inc., Sundance, was represented by four men this week at the National Rural Electric Cooperative Assn. in Atlantic City, N.J Attending were Lawrence Lorenzen, TCEA manager and a member of the NRECA board of directors - and TCEA board members - Ev- erett Murry, Upton, Presi- dent - Charlie Peterson, Gil- lette, vice president - and Carl Mayer, Sundance. TIIlRTY-FIVE YEARS AGO THURS., MARCH 12, 1942 Russell Tracy was badly bruised but seems otherwise uninjured by a fall from the rear door of the Tracy car Monday. The boy who is 5 years old, was playing in the back seat and was riding with his parents when in some way the door swung open and Russell fell out into the oiled road. Plans were announced this week for the annual FFA Boxing Tournament which will be held at the high school gym on March 19 and 20. A total of $2,186.42 has gone into the construction and clearing of Lake Cook dam site according to figures released this week by the Crook County Wildlife Ass'n. Of this amount $1,656.89 was contributed locally and $540 by the Wyoming Game and Fish. Another $500 has been set aside by the commission and will be used to complete the spillway. Alfred Vines and Mat Whalen Jr. have been em- ployed by the Crook County refinery. Russell Whitlock and Chet McWhirter re- signed there petitions there last week and plan to go to Nevada to look for jobs there. FIFTY YEARS.AGO THURS., MARCH 10, 1927 Wednesday of Last week 2 ranches in the Bear Lodge country were sold. Butte County residents being the purchasers of each. The first was the H. Carroll Kinball ranch in the Bear Lodge, which was sold to J. C. Viergutz of Belle Fourche. The other was the Potter Bowman ranch on the west side of the Bear Lodge which was sold to the owners of the K.L.T. ranch at Newell. A baby girl named Nora Lee was bern to Mr. and Mrs. Billy Roberts Tuesday morning. Judge Harry P. Ilsley left Sunday for Sheridan where he will take the bench for Judge Burgess in the term of court which opened there Monday, while Judge Bur- gess takes his place at New- castle for a term of court which opened the same day. Suzette Moiine University Extension Agent. Crook Some Thoughts on Time Time is the raw material of everything. When you a- wake in the morning you have a 24 hour supply of unmanufactured material of "the time of your life." It is all yours, and it is your most precious possession. Nobody can take it away from you. Time cannot be bought or sold, and no other person received more or less of it than you. No genius was ever rewarded with an extra hour a day. Time is dealt equally to all on a perfectly democratic basis. You can't be punished by having an hour taken away. You cannot borrow future time. You can Mrs. Chester Whitney Tom Moore and Leon Jay helped shear sheep at the Ray Dorsetts on Tuesday. Mrs. Leon Jay and Lee were afternoon visitors of Reba. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Raber attended funeral services for Mrs. Alice King in Belle Fourche on Tuesday. Mrs. King Was a former long time resident of Alzada. Chester Whitney was a Saturday afternoon caller at Scoggins. Tuesday Jim Maupin was a brief caller and Mr. and Mrs. Tim Moore and John Gartz were Tues- day evening visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Raber were Saturday evening visi- tors of Whitneys. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Whitney and Mr. and Mrs. George Nuhn and sons were Sunday eve- ning supper guests of Mr, DO YOU HAVE A HOBBY OR CRAFT? lib WOULD YOU LIKE TO SHOW [AND MAYBE SELL] YOUR ITEMS?? DON'T MISS THE SUNDANCE HOBBY DAYS MARCH 31 and APRIL 1, 1977 For information call the number in your area: ) 283-2830 Alta Plato. ) 756-3253 Neda Zimmerschied 467-5491 Pat Brimmer 896-2206 Aline McGillivray Among the cases that Judge Ilsley will hear in Sheridan is the murder trial of Genneva Collett who shot and killed another woman in a millinery store. Rev. Carl C. Herrmann, for nine years a missionary in India will be in Sundance next week and will give an interesting talk to the Meth- odist church Monday eve- nine. only use or waste the passing moment...not the next hour or tomorrow. Failure to recognize this value of time may destroy your future. Nine Rules for a Profitable Day: 1. Be decisive; 2. Act promptly once you have decided what to do; 3. Proceed with confi- dence; 4. Concentrate on the task; 5. Keep your goal con- stantly before you; 6. Start some one thing every day; 7. Set a standard of ac- complishment for each day, and keep going till the job is done; 8. Avoid unprofitable by- ways of effort, and 9. DO IT NOW. MARCH 10, 1977 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 3 and Mrs. Alvin Tatge of Alzada. Other evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tague of Belle Fourche. Chester Whitney was a Belle Fourche shopper on Thurs- day and attended the live- stock sale. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ridinger and family were Spearfish shoppers on Saturday and met Mr. and Mrs. George Ridinger there and trans- acted business there again on Wednesday. ADMITTED March 1- Benjamin Moore March 2 - Melody Johnson Baby boy to Johnsons Pat Dirks March 4 - John Macfarland March 5 - Cindy Madsen DISCHARGED Feb. 28 - James Fraser March 3 - Pat Dirks March 5 - Melody Johnson Baby boy Johnson Courthouse uares, I * Commercial * Industrial * Oil Field * Contracting & un nce, ,omin Dave Lienen and Lee Middleton Special prices on specially equipped Granada 4-Door and 2.Door Sedans. Includes Granada standard equipment, plus white sidewall tires, rocker panel moldings, deluxe wheel covers, dual bodyside and T$77 decklid paint stdpas, jvs All that, PLUS... Flight bench seat, digital clock, automatic parking brake release.. JusT Sweet sale prices on sweet,handling Limited Edition Mustang II 2-Door. Includes Mustang =r special handling equipment, plus color-keyed bodyslde molding, hood ornament, unique sporty interior trim, upper bodyside paint stripes, u ,$77 deluxe wheel covers, j s All that, PLUS ... Flip-up removable open air roof. JUST .,.o, .. ,.e s177 Edition Mustang Tr 3-Door. 3-Door Runabout. A best seller with special features at sale prices. Includee standard Pinto equipment, plus bright window moldings, styled steel wheels/trim rings, lower body Tu-Tone paint, over-the-roof paint stdpe, all-glass third door. All that, PLUS.., Flip-up removable open air roof. Also, see Limited Edition Pinto 2-Door and Wagon modele, ,o)77 JUST Maverick 4-Door. America's family car. Specially equipped and priced. Inclqdes Maverick standard equipment, plus lower body Tu-Tone paint/bodyside molding, bodyside paint stflpes, two-spoke steering wheel, unique wheel covers, bright window fram.s, ,$77 bright belt molding, jvs All that, PLUS... Flight bench seat, vinyl roof. Also, see the Limited Edition Maverick 2-Door. One beautiful buy.* Up to $200 off on Ford Explorer Pickups. More =,bout price: $77/S177 WIcN are mangfacturer's suggested relail for ~al option I~. Sale ~ I~umd on the d,leren~ between vsdltk~ mw~u(tcturar'= sug~st~ retail Wlclng of options purchalmO separately and all package. Buy or lease now at your Ford Dealer Limited Edition Sale. ~ii~vay 14 mmt 16 Welt o Gm m, Wyo.