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The Sundance Times Page 2 Thursday, April 6, 2015 Edward Russell Edward Russell, 62, Gillette, Wyoming, died Sunday, April 5, 2015, at Close of Home Hospice House in Gillette. Ed was born July 16, 1952 to Donald and Roberta (Flock- hart) Russell at Miles City, Montana, where he grew up and attended school. He later joined the U.S. Army for two years. After serving in the army, he worked for many years in the oil field industry. He then settled in the Gillette area in 1986, where he had lived since. Ed was married to Ann (Howard) Russell for 22 years; to this marriage their only son Robby was born. He was a loving father, grandfather and father-in-law. Who enjoyed hunting, fishing and gambling in Deadwood, South Dakota. Ed is survived by his son, Robby (Carrie) Russell, Gillette; grandchildren, Chloe Caitlynn Russell and Connor Edward Russell; one brother, Dennis Russell and former wife, Ann Russell, Gillette. Per Ed's request cremation has taken place and no services are planned. Online condolences may be left at www.fidler-isburgfuner- alchapels.com ++? :,+ + +++ :+ P+ ++ ++ % -+ YARD WASTE COLLETION WILL RESUME **TUESDAY MORNINGS** 95 GALLON CANS WILl. BE DELIVERED TO CI'Pt RESIDENTS BY PJEQUF-Cr ~--t MtMiCiPAL YARD WASTE CAN BE HAULED TO THE LANDIqLL FREE ~ CHA~E LOOK FOR THE NEW DROP OFF AREA LOCATED IN FRI~ OF THE TIUMSFER STATION ?ii ?ii,i!ii?iii: ii! ii :' : Peek at th Past 115 Years Ago Apdl 13, 1900 Twice within a week Rube Stanley has been in the county jail for drunkenness and disor- derly conduct. On Wednesday night of this week he resisted the city marshal and was just- ly cuffed to a peak. THIRD ANNUAL COMMENCE- MENT- Thursday evening, March 19, 1900 will long be remembered not only by the graduates and others who participated in the third an- nual commencement exer- cises of the Sundance school, but also by the vast throng of proud parents and others who gathered at the M.E. church to witness the event. The ad- dress by M. Nichols was a very able and appropriate one. Mr. Nichols recalled that last year in this city only one young man graduated and this year not one. Where are the boys of today spending their time? It behooves them to avail their opportunities for educational advancement lest a few years hence they will be numbered with those who will unjustly complain that women are tak- ing their employment from them. DISTRICT COURT- In the matter of the suit by J.W. Rog- ers against school district No. 1, judgement for the former was rendered for the sum of something more than $3700, and a special levy of five mills in said district was ordered to be made each year until the obligation shall have been dis- charged. The murderer of Blanche La- mont and Minnie Williams made a confession of the crime on his death bed a few days ago. He was the minister of the church in which the young ladies were killed, and was one of the chief witnesses against Theodore Durrant, who was convicted and hanged for the crime. This case seems to demonstrate the lameness of the law prescribing the death penalty for a person convicted of murder on circumstantial evidence, which was the na- ture of the strongest testimo- ny against Durrant. According to the minister's anti mortem statement justice in the courts has been defeated and the stain of murder is literally on the hands of all who had to do with Durrant's persecution and execution. INASMUCH as the probabil- ity that on account of lack of funds there will be no school in Sundance and other plac- es in this district next year is staring the school child in the face, it behooves all lovers of education to return a just as- sessment this spring. Crook county is fortunate in having in Mr. Kamman an assessor who keenly appreciates the situation and will, we believe, use earnest, fair and honor- able means to secure the larg- est possible valuation for the district. It is a condition and not a theory that confronts us and the educational welfare of our children is directly in- volved. Frank Jolley was in town this week wearing a smile bigger'n a broadax. The cause was his elation over the mag- nificent stature of the jolly infant son over at Hulett. Ac- curate measurements of who, together with disposition, col- or and weight, were recited to the writer with the precision of a cavalry horse buyer. Dr. Knode dressed a frac- tured limb for Jim Roberts of Hulett one day last week. The misfortune is the result of a horse's fall on the rider. 75 Years Ago April 18, 1940 First prize in the "Flag~ con- test, sponsored by the Ameri- can Legion Auxiliary, goes to Alice Hockett, a Senior at Sundance high school accord- ing to an announcement made yesterday by the three judges. Second place award was won by June Peterson, grade 4 of the Ransom school. THE BULLDOG- The follow- ing boys were selected by the Coach to report for basketball three times a week; Glenn Grubb, Wayne Jackson, Rob- err Stanton, Alfred Vines, Bob Crago, Jim McGucktn, LeRoy Camack, Neff Crago, Bud Dudrey, Floyd Cart and Lorin Harper. Andy Poltcky, owner of the Crook County Refinery, an- nounced this week that he has been made wholesale distribu- tor of Marathon Oils and Lu- bricants with the warehouse at Belle Fourche, South Dako- ta. "Marathon Motor Oils" offer everything that can be asked in the way of lubrication and strength," Policky said. Crook County Chapter of the Red Cross has been asked to knit and make 40 pieces of clothing for war relief. The Red Cross will furnish the material and volunteers are asked to do the work. Clothing included in the county quota is 5 men's heavy sweaters, 5 women's heavy sweaters, ten children's heavy sweaters, 5 women's heavier weight dresses, 10 girls heavier weight dresses, 5 layettes. THE BULLDOG- Last week the classes of Sundance High School held their meetings to elect their candidates for the popularity contest sponsored by the annual staff. Senior class candidates are Peggy Pannell and Leon Dillon; Junior class candidates are Lois Trotter and Robert Stanton; Sopho- mores are Phoebe MacCdlll- vary and Glen Grubb; Ardyee Good and Keith Grubb are the Freshman candidates. Buy- ers of annuals are allowed to vote for two of the candidates, one boy and one girl. The two candidates receiving the most votes are given a page in the annual on which their picture will appear. 50 Years Ago April 15, 1965 The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission and the U.S. Forest Service have signed a cooperative agreement which will permit re-construction of the flood damaged Cook Lake dam in Crook County. Work on the dam is expected to start in July with completion set for late in the fall. Mr. and Mrs. Rudie Miek, St. Onge, S.D. have announced the engagement and approach- ing marriage of their daughter Judy Ann to Jerry Paul Ista, Buffalo Wyo the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest I~ta, Hulett. Both Miss Mick and Ista grad- uated from Black Hills State College with degrees in educa- tion. Miss Mick is a primary teacher in the Douglas school system at Ellsworth Air Force base. Ista teaches mathemat- ics and coaches wrestling at Buffalo, high school. Steve Hudson, Sundance high school football coach and assistant basketball coach since 1962, will leave the coaching ranks and become principal of the Sundance schools this fall. Supt. Jim Anderson, in making the an- nouncement, said Hudson will also teach a class in advanced biology. Winning the Beta Sigma Phi bowling tourney was the Floyd Morehouse men's team. Mem- bers of the winning team are Bum Butzer, Cal Hayward, Lyle Fall, Jay R. Durfee and Floyd Morehouse. The Sun- dance Lanes women's team made up of Alice Ann Fall, Donna Kflzer, Ruth Weav- er, Fran McLaughl/n and Vi Butzer won first place in the women's division. Bob Cave and John Larsen, Sundance high school juniors, were named as delegates to the 1965 American Legion Boys' State at a meeting Tues- day night of the Crook county American Legion Post No. 45. Cave is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Don :Cave and '~;seh is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Larsen. The Air Force Police unit of the 731st Radar Squadron, Sundance has moved five miles from the administrative and support area to the "top- side" Warren Peak site where the radars and PM-1 are locat- ed. The recent move was made to improve security at the nu- clear-power station. Selected as Students of the Month and Students of the Week at Sundance High School are Harry Sisson and Russell Graham. 25 Years Ago April 19, 1990 Lacey Canfield, daughter of Gary and Christe Canfield, won first place in the State of Wyoming Essay Contest for Earth Day. Lacey's essay was entitled "Earth Day Every Day you Can Make a Difference." Opening of Wagaman Ready Mix and Construction was announced this week. Jim Wagaman said he recently purchased the cement batch plant here from Fisher Sand & Gravel. The batch plant was built in 1959 by Roberts Con- struction Co. Sundance High School track teams made an excellent show- ing in the Tiger invitational track meet at Lusk Saturday with both the girls and boys teams placing second. Tara Relneeke led the way for the girls as she won the 100 meter dash and the 200-meter dash. Heidi Mollenbrink set a new meet record when she won the long jump. Mollenbrink also placed second in the high jump. Lance Drake came up with two first place finishes for Sundance. He won the long jump which was a new meet record and the triple jump. Drake also placed second in the high jump which tied the meet record. Garrett Smith set another new meet record when he won the discus. Dr. and Mrs. Dan/elP. Nolan, Sundance, have announced the adoption of a baby girl, born March 12, 1990. The lit- fie girl has been named Jenni- fer Jo Nolan. The Nolans also have a son Patrick, 9, and a daughter Nicole, 6. RANGE