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and Mrs. Ernest Hawken, have announced the of their daughter, Roy Cranston, son and Mrs. Gene Cranston, Sper SS Office Upton. No date has been selected for the wedding. Miss Hawken is a senior at Sundance high school a~d Crans- ton a senior at the University of Wyoming. of superior performance of his duties. has been recorded this spring. The ground is said to be soaked to a good depth and fall crops promise an abundant yield. Beulah and Vicinity - We have had some snow -about two feet. SEVENTY YEARS AGO April 14, 1899 before this Court in the Cou:t room of the Crook County, Wyo- ming, Courthouse at Sundance, Wyoming, at 11:00 on the 12th day of May, 1969, and then and there show cause why the peti- tion for adoption herein should not be granted. IT IS FURTHFA~ ORDERED Surdance Woman's Son Now Serving in Vietnam With U. S. Combal Air /,rc,,~, Vielnam-q Sgt. I.awr'mc, q tlarvey is now on duty at Cam Ranh ,Bay AB, Viemam. tt, is tn.' son of Mrs. Evangeline M. HarT, y. Sundanee. ltarvey, amunitions technician, that a copy of this order be pub- served previously at :McClellan Sundance Creek has been swol- lished in a newspaper of general AFB, Calif. Ite is assigned to a len alI .week and the bridges be- circulation within Crook County unit of the Pacific Air Forces. low town are in danger of being for a ,period of three consecutive swept away ~bY ~the cruel tr" weeks" f I rents. Done in open Court this 8th Black Hills ,Hay in this section has ,become day of April, 1969. / Coin Shop [ almost an unknown quantity by District Judge / American & Canadian Colas / reason of which Mead .Fish is /s/ Rodney M. Guthrie, hauling baled hay from Aladdin April 10, 17, 24, 1969. 1 BUY -- SELL --- TRADE [ for use in his livery and feed [Spearfish, South Dakota 57783[ business. LPh. 642-4241 548 W. Jackson[ The Moorcroft stage arrived ~,, ~ , t Men last evening for ,the first time nlgnway in nearly a week. The bridges on Kara and Arch Creeks are gone and :the Nefsy boys have constructed a boat for ferry serv- ice on the former. Charley ,Berry was in from the Belle Fourche a few days last .week. ,He reports stock in his section in poor condition by rea- son of the unusually severe win- ter although ,stock of all kinds was in prime condition at the start of the winter. Feed has become scarce. Receive Awards Two Wyoming Highway De- partment employees in Sundanee have been awarded pins and .certificates in recognition of their service by the departmenl. Roger Brunson and John Reilly, both maintainer II's, :were honor- ed for five years service. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. April 17, 1969 Small and Large Appliances All Power Tools C & V APPLIANCE Fifth Avenue Belle Fourche, S. D. Sundanee Girl Member of UW Music Honorary .Miss Connie Carr, daughter of ~Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carr, Sun- dance, has pledged Delta Omicron, music honorary fraterni.ty at the Leg ,A- Corn[ Calif. HATCHES EVERY FRIDAY ALSO - Sta ed chicks, remedies, feed and poultry equipment. (;rant atl(:hG J'] Ph. 8?2-3806 Belle Fourche, S. D. COLONY, WYOMING for a period of more .than six C. B. Simmons, drilling the months, and it is for ,the best in- ,Harry Vore No. 11 on Redwater, ~erests of said child that entry said Wedne.~lay that a report carried this week in daily pai)ers of an interlocutory decree be listing the .well as dry .and a- waived, and that this matter bamhmed were in error, should be set for hearing and that this order should be published lily~ Years Ago. April 6, 1964 Twenty Years Ago - April 14, 1949 for a period of three successive The drive for funds with which weeks. Bids for the construction of a to b uil,d a Crook County Memorial .IT IS THER~F0,RE ORD~ ~ 'three-classroom elementary tIospital has s, tarted again. It was that the above entitled matter be ~o~1 in Sundance ~ere opened reactivated at a meeting of the and the same is hereby set for |0u'~aY[ The district 1 board Sundancc Cemmercial Club. Thehearing on the I2th day of May, th(:~'aat the bids all exceeded immediate goal of the drive is 19(19. f~r ,~mOunt of money available $15,000. IT IS FU,RTHF_,R ORDERED ${10 ~e 'building. The low bid was Donald Blakeman and Robert that the natural father, Gary ~2:~. Federal 'funds ~otaling Policky, both juniors in the Sun- William Segmiller, be and he is blild[~_ are available for the dance high school, have been .hereby ordered to be and appear Pete~.M. selected a.s representa~tives from '~ ,^t tics, head basketball Sundance in the annual Boys' ( tot ,~ Sundance high school State. | DR, T. H, PROCTOR I e~t~e lasst four years, has ae. The Sundanee sehools have a / OPTOMETRIST / the - the coaching position at new superintenden.t. Burns E. | Ph. 578-1761, 1 t0&st' Stephens school in River. Taft of Newell, S. D. was elected l Deadwood l i Ground Floor, l Oeinek of Sundance Air L Franklin Hotel Building J roiled ,the first 300 at a meeting of ,the Sundance bert Oeir grade and high school boards ~0r% Station Monday. Taft signed a one-year ~ipa~l~e at gundance Lanes rfuesday contract at a salary of $2800. ~g~:~ " Colony- Cola W. Shepard drag-r ~lect; hlary Ann Brmvnlee was gad the road from the high,way DR. CARL MOORE ~a~.=~ President of the Sundance to the post office at Colony this l DENTIST l [ Clarkson Medical Bldg. ] ~at, Teachers Association ,week. This work was very badly / s,.. Fourche, S.D. / ~,uay night, needed. / Tues.,-Sat., 8 a.m. ha 5 p.m. / T~I Years Ago-April 16, 1959 AprilFIFTY16,YEARS1919 AGO L ~rn~ers of ,the School District .......... ~ board and Sundance mem, Tony Bissaeca was in from [ DR. OLIVER A. JEWETT1 ~IW~df 'he high school boardBeulah .Friday. ~Ie is still gaining l OPTOMETRIST film. y ~ight recommended that and feeling quite well after his / t~h%~ ~ersen, present elementary wounds in France. Tony was 1 Ph. S92-4171 Belle Fourche 1 ! "~e*ll~'*-~ Prlncinal_ and hizh.~ school also gassed and entered the hos. ] 615 Fifth Avenue | 0, hebe hiredsunda..as superin-,.hools, pita1160 lbs'Wighing .nd losing to I. ,broth S.,o,day J leSehlattman, a unior at oads There ain't no si0h ~l~ct_,"z~ 'high school, has been thing, r .......... th)ft 2.to represent the Moor- Plant your potatoes next Fri-[ ear' caaols at Boys' State this day - in the ground, in .the moon DR. J. G. BETTS %~Way~e-,,c Pfarr, Sundance,,tor ;Mike.any oldIt,sPlaceGoodthatFriday.lOoks good I O~topath - Physician I ~o'l~.~mel~.'sor for ,the ,Farmers Not for many yeara has SO ~~.. ministration, last week much snow ,fallen in this vicinity ~ |,Spearfish, S. D. "~ved an award in recognition during the first half of April as West became owners of the resided in the home of .petitioners Rockypoin, t store Thursday. Newland & Son "'RUE New Service The beauty shop which will be University of Wyeming. So we may give you heifer dry cleaning opened here early in June byA freshman majoring in music service, Modern Cleaners and Laundry will Miss Dixie Myers will be located and English, Miss Carr is present- pickup and deliver every Thursday in Sundance. ,~'We have a new service to in the remodeled 'building adja- ly first chair in the university ~er to those ~ho are gettingcent to the Sundanee Barber syphonie band and also partici- pates in wind ensemble and Shop. eri3o age 65," Casper social Boyd's Super Market will act as p,ckup ]~,; '~Y district manager Sumner 7.~ :aid this week. ....~ Fifteen Years Ago-April 15,1954orchestra, station for town and out of town customers... a,,, g said that the t~aswr ff ";~er~r~"u'^ ognizing the importance ~B. F. (Tend) Weaver, Sundance m~ high school coach, resigned his IN THE DISTRICT COURT i~ilJ~lll~ll~ ~ /l~il~ml~i~I ~_~ re'retirement ]alannin is SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT ~oe , v g, post Thursday to aoce~pt a coach- ~o~nmg this additional service ing jab at Upton. Stale of Wyoming ) ,~ae Public. Rapidly nearing completion are )ss. W.F. Newland Established 1885 Jlm~ I. Newlend |0~~ ,Said, "We want to help two bridges on Highway 14 in County of Crook ) Founder Manager or - "-o are within six months Sundance being constructed by A. IN THE MA'I'rER OF THE ~tkq~o of age 65 to plan their N. Nelson Construction Co. of ADOPTION OF g ~seeurity ~pplieation."Sheridan. Neither ;bridge is ex- ~.*W~A~S~=~ , m tered Heref( ~Ula ge sa~d ~hce pected to see much use for some Minor. time until construction ~vork on ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE the highwayiscompletedintown. Robert G. Hays and June K. ILL i; - Dwm f F# Hulet.t- Kate s Cafe changed Hays, having filed a verified pc- ,hands this .weekend. Mrs. Russell tition for the adoption of Shawna moved to the ranch And ;Mr. and Kay Segmiller, and the Court GOOD CATTLE ~ro,~re information is available Mrs. Norman Collins assumed finding ~ha't ~he natural mother REASONABLY PRICED ~y~a the Casper office, Box 1771, change, of said child is one of the peti- ~'~SPer' t~ockypoint- Mr. and Mrs. Bruce tioners herein; and the Court fur- ther finding that said child has