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Six persons have been named to the county's state fair booth com- mittee, County Agent Willet Key- ser revealed Tuesday Keyser made the appointments after he had been asked to do so by the county fair board. Named to the committee were Mr. and Mrs. Guy Olson, Richard Gray, Myron Goodson, Bud Voss and Don Steiger. Committee mem- bers will meet soon and elect of- ricers. The committee will plan the county's state fair booth and see that the booth is completed on time. District Scout " Leaders and representatives of Boy Scout, Girl Scout and Cub Scout troops from eight towns will attend a district scout meeting here Thursday. The meeting will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Odd Fel- lows hall. All persons interested in scouting are invited to attend. Two films on scouting will be shown during the meeting. At- tending the session will be leaders and representatives from Belle Fourche, Rapid City, Sturgis, St. Onge, Deadwood, Spearfish, Lead and Sundance. Annual Carnival Set April 13 by Bear Lodge FFA The Bear Lodge FFA carnival has been set for April 13 at 8 p.m. in the high school gymnasium. Clark Allen, chapter advisor, said that fun, stands and entertainment would be provided for all ages. This is the second annual carni- val and Allen said members were planning to make it bigger and better than ever. Clothing Donations For Bundle Week Sought by Students Students at the Sundance schools are participating in Wyoming Bun- dle Week, a crusade to bring cloth. ing to needy children in 10 foreign countries, the Navajo indian res- ervation and isolated rural areas in the United States. The drive, sponsored by the Save the Children Federation, is on now and will be completed in Sundance by April 13. Velma Lin-i ford, state superintendent of public instruction, is the state chairman. ] Clean, wearable clothing, either ~n,~w or used, can be given to the *drive. It should be securely wrapped. All clothing donated in the drive will be collected at the Sundance school. New Closed Stack System Instituted Scenic Shots for Tower Souvenir Program Sought The Devils Tower Anniver. sary Committee announced this week that it would like scenic pictures of Crook county for use in a souvenir program booklet to be printed early in June. Persons who have pictures are aske~ to mail them to The Sundance Times. The pictures will be returned when the sou- venir program is printed. The pictures should be at least 21/~ inches by 31/~ inches and must be good clear shots. The committee is particularly interested in getting a good color shot of some scene in the Bear Lodge. However, the re- mainder of the pictures must be black and white. The committee plans to print at least 25,000 booklets and possibly 50,000. The cover pic- ture of Devils Tower will be in natural color as will the back cover which will feature a scen- ic picture of the Bear Ledge Plans call for the souvenir booklet to be sold at Devils Tower and in the different towns which are cooperating in the anniversary program this year. Actvertising for the booklet is being sold. Persons or busi. nesses interested in advertising ia the souvenir booklet may con- tact John Lindsey. (Continued from First Page) tion on the first item of business a swimming pool for Sundance. Persons attending the meeting vol- unteered to secure information about the building of a swimming pool, possibly located at the city park. The directors will get the information at their April meet- ing. Persons attending the Tuesday night meeting came to the con- clusion that it was possible to pro- vide good community recreation for Sundance if cooperation from the city residents could be obtain- ed. Some doubts were raised as to the need for more recreation but the concensus of opinion of the group was that it seemed impor- tant to consolidate and imProve recreation already available here The group agreed that effective leadership would be necessary for any improvements and that a com- munity council might supply the leadership. The group said that such a council could provide a concentra- tion of effort, might coordinate ac- tivities, take responsibility for car- lying out theories, be effective in leadership and a leader in develop- ing leadership and act as a re. ceiver of community recreation Results of the Stanford Achive- ment test given to the first eight grades in Sundance show the local students are above the national average on the test. The test was given to 186 grade school students. The results show- ed that 152 students were above the national average; 29 were be- low the average and five were right on the average. Scoring the highest over the national norm was the third grade. The results ranged from almost aI year ahead of the national average] to only tw____ o months ahe.__ ad. [ Hulett Student I After Spot on BHTC Track Team One Hulett student was among the 28 trackmen turning out for practice at Black Hills Teachers College. He was John Bare. Of the 28, six were returning let- termen from last year. The BHTC track schedule is not complete but included among the meets will be the West River Relays, a dual meet with the Mines, Black Hills Relays, Chadron Quadrangular, Aberdeen Relays and SDIC. Junior High Girls Hold Debate on Segregation Issue A debate on segregation gener- ated considerable interest at Sun- dance junior high last Friday. Eight junior high girls debated on the question: "Resolved That There Should Be Segregation by Law.'p Speaking for the affirmative were Linda Williams, Karen Jo Roberts, Annabelle Dillavou and Mary Lou McLaughlin. Defending the negative side were Kaaren Katches, Peny Good- son, Atha Mitts and Shirley Cure. The negative side won the de- bate with Kaaren Katches selected as the best individual with Karen Jo Roberts second and Linda Wil- liams third. Judges ~for the event were Carl Lathrop, John Scyfang and Wes Huckins , Mrs. Willet Keyser, junior high m[ teacher who held the debate, said]" the girls had spent months getting[ information. She said the girls had contacted members of Congress and governors of the Southern states. Linda Williams received a per- sonal letter from Eleanor Roose- r volt in which Mrs. Roosevelt gave her views on the subject. problems and a resource for handl- ing them. [Republican Women's Club Ewe at Semsey Lambing at the Vernon Semsey ranch hit its high point March 17 when a five-year-old ewe came up with quadruplets. Three of the lambs are still alive but a mem- brane over the nose of the fourth Reelects Present Officers i Members of the Republican Wo- 'men's Club at a luncheon and business meeting March 20 at Ray's Care reelected the club's officers for another year. ReeleCted Were Mrs. Marie Smith, president; Mrs. Ted Rounds, vice president; and Mrs. Adrian /lewes, secretary.treasurer. Committee chairmen named at the session were Mrs. Kenneth Bennick, membership; and Mrs. Maurice Williams, publicity. The GOP women's group will meet at 2 p.m., April 10 at Ray's suffocated it. Care for its next meeting. InTheSChOOIclosedstackLibrarYsystem has lambedof OUttriplets.oftherethe40haveheadbeenWhiChfour haVe lsetsj ,,T reasu re.... Island" been instituted in the Sundance school library, Supt. Wes Huckius Kaaren Katches spent ]he week- TO be Shown at said Tuesday. Under the system, end visiting her friend Veny Good- High ---r-A" students look up the book they son at the farm home of Peny's School riJ 11 want in the card file and the li- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Good- brarian gets the books from the son. Walt Disney's production of stacks. ] Mr. and Mrs, Cecil Mattox spent "Treasure Island" will be shown Huekins said ~that if any personsj Saturday shopping in the hills, at Sundance high school April I1, any back issues of magazines[ Mr. and Mrs. Henry Waugh and Supt. Wes Huckins said this week. with no copies raising they wished ~ family of Alva were Saturday The film will be shown at the to donate, the school library could i guests at the V. R. Taylor home. " school in the afternoon. use~. [ Mr. and Mrs, Don Policky visit- For admission, students up to ....... .... ] ed Mr. and Mrs. Louis Clark of grade six will pay 10 cents and allan Skin. at The Times. | New Haven Stmday. other students will pay 15 cents. Inyan Kara Homemakers Sundance, Wyo. March Hold Regular Meeting The Inyan Kara Homemakers eaten at noon. club held its regular meetingI Mr. and Mrs. Gaylen March 21 at the home of Mrs. ]family were Sunday dinner Emory Gebrge. Five members of[of Mr. and Mrs. Bob the Carlile club and Miss Bonnie Everling, county home demonstra- tion agent, were guests at the meeting. Charlotte Cart gave a demonstra- tion at the meeting on picture framing. Club members decided to place their handmade quilt on display and sell chances on it to raise money to promote health activities. A dinner was served at noon. The next meeting of the club will be held April 18 with Mrs. Harold Larson and Mrs. Raymond Roadffer hostesses. Henry Oudin, Richard Proctor Receive IOOF Third Degree The third degree was conferred upon Henry Oudin and Richard Proctor at the regular meeting of the Sundance IOOF lodge Monday night. Twenty members and one visitor attended the meeting. Plans were made at the session for a group of Sundance members to visit the Gillette IOOF lodge March 27. Getting Times New William Roberts, Sedro Woolley, Wash. Renewals Fred Schloredt, Portland, Ore. Lee Howard, Gibbon, Nebr. Woodrow Vore, Beulah Sam Hook, Nisland, S D. Albert Jonasson, Osage Wallace May, Upton Mrs. Orville Jones, Moorcroft Nels Pearson, Aladdin Robert Proctor, Rapid City, S. D. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Dorman Ewing and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Ewing and family Sunday. Watch for announcement of new drapery patterns an(t colors at Frey's ,Hardware and Furniture in Belle Fourche. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hutchins were Sunday evening guests at the Cecil Mattox home where the birth- day Of Mrs. Hutchins was celebrat- ed at dinner. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. Karl Frederiksen and family, Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Taylor, Verna Dudrey and Eddie Meisener. The Episcopal Jr. choir held a hayride at the Carl Mayer ranch Saturday afternoon from,12 noon to 4 p.m. Games were played and all packed a sack lunch which was II BELLE FOURCHE, SO. DAK./ Ends Tonight, March 29 JACK PALANCE family. Fred, Peggy and Freddie ter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert and family and Mrs Lester spent the weekend in Nebr. where they visited Albert Tschetter's mother, Anna Tscbetter, who is in J pital there. For Alfalfa Weevil - order Heptachlor and Dieldrin from Sundance Mrs. Paul Yeoman sister, Mrs. George Belle Fourche, Saturday at City hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Russell and Patty of visited Mr. and Mrs. and Becky Saturday Mr. and Mrs Lyle Moorcroft were Tuesday the home of Mr and Mrs. Richards. Mr. Brimmer i Richards' brother. Miss Wilton Davidson weekend in Seely with her Mr. and Mrs. Everett Miss Troyce Policky Carroll Turner of are students at the Wyoming, spent the ing Miss Policky's parents, 'Mrs. Andy Polieky. Carol and Maurine weekend guests of their family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene of Campstool ranch near Tower. Mrs. Gaylen Sutton and Jeannie were Saturday in Deadwood. Kepp, Rapid Cty, S. for women. Post office to Red Owl grocery. to choose new clothes for season? You will really in making selections there is a reason. LotS to choose from, both on floor and in our Shop." Everything smart and price~. Sundance - 8:00 in Technicolor Starring Jack Palance Barbara Rush in "Man in the Attic" III Friday, Saturday, Mareh 30, 31 Robert Mltchum Jan Sterling "Man With "Miss Grant The Gun" PLus Leo Gorey & The Bowery Boys in "Spy-Chasers" Saturday Kids Show . 1:45 "Davy Crockett Indian Scout" Starring Lncille Ball "Most Hilarious Escapade of The~ Sun., Moa., Tues., April I,. 2, 3 Tom Ewell Sheree North in "The Lieutenant Wore Skirts" In Cinemascope & Color . III ...... LII I I II II Glenn Ford Starr