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March 29, 1956

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A PEEK At the Past YEARS AGO 29, 1951 THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. March 29, 1956 District 16, this week prepared petitions to be circulated to the people of Moorcroft and outlying vicinity in a move to enlarge Dis- trict 16. FIFTEEN YEARS AGO Exi lon Ott't Not by Willet Keyser implement in Crook county on April 2 and 3. We will demon- strate it on the following places: Myron Goodson Todd Seeley, Don Steiger, Camp Stool and Leonard McCullough. Tracy Motor Company is provid- ing a tractor for the demonstration and a truck for transporting it. March 27, 1941 for the resumption of A most unfortunate thing hap- Black Buttes of the Sundance burn of pened in our community last Lodge district were an- Thursday night. Two dogs he- this week b " "" l (March 29) . y t~verett longing to neighbors spent the Weevil I Dr. Port dehorned yearlings atl zorest ranger at Sundance. latter part of the night in chasing The Redwater Farm Bureau Io-[ Straitor Clark's Tuesday. Ulric[ , uz another 100 acres north and running a flock of sheep be- cal had a good turn out Friday] Hawken, Lloyd Cole, Gerald Pfle-I ance is expected to begin ] longing to Lewis and Louise Clark. night -- over 65! Dr. Holies and [ ger and Jim Ross helped also. ] of Pr!l 15. I They killed one outright, chased Dr. Port discussed area testing in[ Mrs. Gerald Pfleger and child-I me landmarks of Crook nine into a waterhole where they connection with Brucellosis Con-Iren were in Belle Fourche on mow has a new look.' ~drowned and ransome into aditch trol. ] Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald I auon and modernization of I where they stacked Un and were : Chairman Bob Vore asked for I Bowman accom aniod her home l h .... P all at Farrall was com-I smothered and killed.. In .all,, 831 the report on the Spotted Alfalfa[ and had to go by team and hay j r~ently by members of the]yearling sheep were killed.~ a lossIAphid that Ted Robb had given[rack from the highway. Mrs.[ :~Ural Club and Redwaterlof nearly a thousand dollars tothe!~} at the Sundance Farm Bureau[ Pfleger reports that there wasn't l Iureau- [Clarks. .... ! [meeting Monday night. By thela bit of hay in that rack either.] aa-on collision of two cars[ Two of the lo~ng: truc~.~be-lway, both of these meetings were IT he Pflegers visited in Belle! 21 on a curve of a narrow[longing to the H0~es~' Mining[ preceded with a pancake supper, [Fourche Sunday and were dinnerl on Kara Creek wrecked twol Co. collided oniflm Sand C~eek[ Bert Meyers doing the frying andI guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank[ ~a. sent one woman to the I road Monday. No one was injured ] fUrnishing the cakes and coffee. ] Mitchell. [ ~ In Sundance. I but the trucks were badly damaged, t While we were discussing the ~ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Little, Ralph I Y~ Will be flying again this] John S. Morris, 90 years old and laphid we also mentioned the alf-[ and Billy were dinner guests of Sundance The Sundance!a resident of Crook county for 28 alfa weevil. It's time to start con-] Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lappe Sat- Club was ~revived at a meet [years, died at Covina, Calif on trolling this insect again Espe-] urday. The men sprayed cattle in[ ~[Onday night. Work on ut-J Feb. 18 according to word received[ cially, if the kind of weather we've [ the forenoon. The Little's were I me clubs course back in]here by friends. I been having holds out. The adultsl Saturday night guests of. Mr. and I ~ scheduled to get under-I Arch Creek - George Wise had ar~ ~,h~rd to find but you can do l Mrs. Frank Tinkcom. The eve-~ ~Unday. ! his face and eyes badly burned ] it, ff they are therel by scratchingI ning was spent playing cards. [ AGO I while sand pumping ~eirwell. He l the dirt:and trash away from.sev-] Mr. and Mrs. Edsel Rogers and! ~, 1946 ] wasusing" the car to draw the I leral alfalfa crowns and then sitting family and Don Brunson drove out raake ...... ,,,. ~aa; I k hec ~t hot a [ still for a minute to wait for theml Sunday loaded with good things , . mor~ ~j. .......... ., buc et when t ar oo rid, . , ~ reekers., when _.e~th v e...~- be [blew hot water in his face and[to start, moving. Adult weevil[ to eat, to help Mr. and Mrs. Lyle xn' Workmen are busy this"[ eyes. [ control is the method recommed-[ Brunson celebrate their wedding akin~ alt~,.~,; ..... ,t ~,,,aa I led. One gallon of Heptaehlor to anniversary, which was Monday. new e ifl-room a Croo f TWENTY YEARS AC, O [8 acres or one gallon Dieldrin to[ Mr. and Mrs. David Erickson[ ~Y Frozen Food Locker ,,lont /March ~IS, 1936 1 6 acres, land children and Annie Erickson:l 'lag, the ot ........ ~" : / Members of the county welfare I TREES I visited at: the Straitor Clark hOme [ ~tctat uar.e Is ~aren bo rd "n " - .~ Ushered into Sundance and] a ran n to a. snag at their lastI We have a report from the Ex-I Sundayafternoon and were supper[ ~ County by the heaviest snow [ me?z!ng when it was f!gurea,our[ tension Forester in which he lists [ guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mauriee ] ~ season, a ten-inch fall. I ma~ mere woumnot, m?..anywner, e I the number of tree orders from I Lappe. .... [ ,m~ near enough tunas in mLS county ,,. ~-John Crago was taken]to . k f "h "~" ]various :counties, Much to our] Mr. and Mrs. Nels Smith visited~ ueadwo ~a e care o t e ma age pen if,_ od hospital last Man- ] "[ surprise no orders had been reeeiv- I at the Christy Smith home in New- I ~.~r having X-rays taken in ls]ns" . ...... [ed from Crook County at the time icastle on Sunday. z~sh t 1" J yore was m tram me hat showed his right[ ". . I the report was made. Orders can l Mrs. Nels Smith received word[ Was out of place. [ranch on..Satura.ay and sta d that be placed through April 30. There I that Nels J. Smith was elected[ D ne is geumg tmngs somewhat nn nt at nne riskill, 87 of Snearfish I ........ "1is no better way to dress up the lpreside of F.F.A.Cheye I ~da e . ' " ' ea up xor the annuat pienic oz me 1 F rm n where h a n hi h I ,~ Y venmg at a Belle ] ............ - ... [ o d a stead tha to plant trees. [ e tte ds g schoo. [ .,e hospital where he had].~,rmern ~ns z~mnee~ watch wut[ DEMONSTRATIONS I Jim Ross helped Ulrie and Er-I recezv ~e neza a~ ~ne Tower m June ~o- " ing treatment for a l ......... " .. [ The grass boys at the University lnest Hawken dehorn cattle Man-] ,g fl work was startea on the Ity .. ! Iness. Originally from / .... ~1.t ~ have built a Tiller Planter for [ day. ] ', orlskt waterworks system th~s week "~e . "I1 was a pioneer eat-[ ........ ' [tilling, seeding, and fertilizing in l Nels Smith was in Newell, S. D. [ m t In'st move is to make me excava .. his county I ..... "[ sod Chuck Allen will have this [Monday on business ' [ ~_~) I(. G~_. ," . , I tion zor me Dig new reservozrI " ~ forn~e;~Ver_ ana t~ene t,y~e,[which will be built. ~, ~-l~-ed in S tYo[ Moorcroft, have~ Last rites were conducted at e~- - U-uance at the old Sun-l the Episcopal church here on Sat- ...... ~,~arage%a blacksmith garage J urday for Louis G. Barton, a for- we~ing -,ou ao are ana acetylene[ mer resident of this city who pass- ed away at Rochester, Minn. on SChool board of Moorcroft March 11. AlI the dams are ruff of water out this way. The side roads are almost dry. The origin of sailors' necker- chiefs is that back in the early days all sailors wore a braided pig- tail well greased to make it still A bandana was worn to protect the i coat collar. DO the water heater you don't need to hide... @ltt|-Iintd Water Heater Crook .County Refinery Phone 3-1015 Sundanee, Wyo. iOllr... Spring is here and naturally you're thin g of planting your garden, cleaning yot t: grounds up and planning the flowers you'll plant this season. You can do these jobs easier if you have the proper tools and materials. Let us supply your needs and make your gardening easier. ! ] , ) SEEDS AND FERTILIZER | I ,D HAND AND POWER | I t MOWERS | t POWER MOWERS t tENC ,iG [ [', :, i tLumber and Gt *~ln Co. 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