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Antlers, Fins & Feathers and Thai on Game, Fish and' Birds By Howard W. Robinson, Game Warden recent meeting of the Game and Fish Commis- big game seasons were or- the year 1955. Follow- a SUmmary of the orders for! County and vicinity, on an- and deer and information interest on elk, moose horn sheep. - Area No. 1 - North- - 2 Antelope Area, 14,000 of either sex. Sept. 10 Oct. 2. No. 2 North Belle River, 2 deer area, one either sex and one antler- Sept. 10 through Oct. 2 through Nov. 30. m 3 - Bear Lodge - 2 deer One deer of either sex and deer, Oct. 22 through Area No. 4 - Sand Creek area, one deer of either one antlerless deer Oct. Nov. 30. -- Area No. area. Deer of either 29, through Nov. 30. Area No. 1, Big Horn Antlered Elk and Spec-i Area, Antlered Elk and of Either Sex under spec- Oct. 21 through Oct. Area No. 2 - Hazelton Permit Area, 200 elk sex under special per- 21 through Oct. 31. Ar- -Teton Park special per- 1200 elk of either sex permits. Oct. 20 10. Clark Fork area - 8 moose, Sept. 10, through --- North Fork area - 4 moose, Sept. 10 through Thorofare - Yellowstone iu mature Moose, Sept. 10 Nov. 7. m Wind River Mature Moose Sept. 10 ' Oct. 31 -- Green River 100 Mature Moose, Oct. 15 Nov. 11. -- Pinedale area, Moose, Oct. 15 through 11.-- Buffalo Fork area Moose, Sept. 10 Oct. 20. -- Glade Creek- Creek Area - 72 Mature Sept. 10 through Nov. 10. Gros Ventre - Spread Creek Area, 50 Mature 10 through Oct. 31. Gros Ventre - Fish Creek mature Moose, Sept. 10 Oct. 31.Targhee - Alta mature Moose, Sept. 10 Oct. 31. -- Wilson area, Moose, Sept. 10 through "- Lower Hoback - Fall Snake River area, 32 ma- Sept. 10 through Oct. Hoback River area, Moose, Oct. 15 through Big Piney Area, 32 ma- Oct. 15 through Oct. River - Salt River area Moose, Oct. 15 through South Lincoln area Moose, Oct. 15 through SHEEP m Clarks 8 mature Rams, Sept. Nov. 7.--North Fork Rams, Sept. 10 7.south Fork ar- Rams, Sept. 1O thru River area, 8 , Sept. 10 through area, 4 mature 1 through Oct. 31.m area, 12 mature 1O through Oct. 31. area, 12 mature through Oct. 31.-- area, 8 mature Rams, Oct. 31 -- Upper area, 12 mature Rams, Oct. 31--Jackson 12 mature Rams, Sept. Oct. 31. Into DeMolay Sunday s, five from Hulett and were initiated and Upton chap- order last Sun. team carried out Work while Raymond the flower lecture. into the order from Vickie Thorn, Herbie Sammy Jolley Parents and visitors at- ceremonies. Mail Carriers In Hulett Area Kept On Despite Snow Mail service in and out of Hul- ett was not a sure-thing following the early April snowstorm which dumped 24 inches of snow on Huh ett, according to Mrs. Lydia Borne, The Sundance Times' Hulett cor- respondent. Lee Nora Davis, an oldtime mail carrier had difficulties on the A1. zada route, missing several trips before the road was finally broken open. Ranchers living along the road broke open the road because the county patrol was out of ac- tion. Walter Cheshier missed one trip on the Belle Fourehe route when the Bear Lodge was blocked by snow. Another carrier hampered by the heavy snow was Harry Dav- is on the Little Missouri route. Davis made unsuccessful at- tempts to get over his route on April 4 and April 7. He tried again April 8, finally completing his route the next day. However, not all of the mail carriers had trouble. Harold Zim- merschied, carrying the main mail supply from Moorcroft, never miss- ed a trip. Malcolm Bucher, however, had an edge on the other carriers. When his Model A failed to get over the ground, Bucher flew his route with his plane, provided he could takeoff early before the snow melted. On April 8, Bucher even carried two routes out of Oshoto for a mail carrier who hadn't been able to give his pat- :rons service for a week. Nels Smith Wins Scholastic Award In Cheyenne ROTC Nels Smith, son of Mrs. Helen Smith of Sundance and Cheyenne, received the Sopliomore Distin- guished Cadet medal April 14 at the 33rd Annual ROTC Competi- tions at Cheyenne high school. Over 350 competed in the show- down competitions. Smith won the medal for having the highest scholastic average among the first year cadets. He was also sixth in the "Show- down Competition." Hulett Music Festival to Be Presented May 6 The annual music festival at Hulett, with other schools in this area taking part, will be held May 6 instead of May 5 as announced previously. Chairman for the event is Effie Jolley of Hulett. In addition to songs or acts by other schools, a local talent show will be held in the evening start- ing at 7:30. Mrs. Jolley said that all schools were invited to take part in the festival. She said all schools should inform her of their act or song so the program could be ar- ranged. The festival chairman also said that schools should bring material for an exhibit. Junior FHA Girls Hear Talks About State Convention At a recent meeting of the Sun- dance junior FHA chapter, mem- bers of the chapter heard talks by members who were going to the state FHA convention at Laramie. Attending the state meeting from the local junior chapter were Peny Goodson, Kaaren Katches, Beatrice Schwartz, Linda Williams, Lila Vines and Atha Mitts. The girls were accompanied to Laramie by Mrs. Gene Reynolds, Mrs. A. J. Katcbes, Mrs. A. J. A1. tizer and Mrs. Billy Walters. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. April 21, 1955 39 Musicians, Chorus of 40 Heard at Concert A spring concert featuring two bands and a chorus was heard at the Hulett schools April 15. Myr- on Scarborongh conducted the concert. Selections sang by the chorus included: "To A Wild Rose," "Des- ert Song", "Alice Blue Gown", "Lavender Blue", "I Heard A For- est Praying", "Beautiful Dreamer", "Neopolitan Nights" and "Jua- nita." Separate programs were pre- sented by the A and B bands. Selec- tions by the B band were: "Pop Goes the Weasel'", "Marines Hymn", "Caisson Song", "Red River Valley", "The Cadet March", "Gloriana Waltz" and "Take Off March." For its part of the concert, the Hulett A band presented: "Tranfor- an", "Pacific Grandeur", "Little Charmer", "In A Southern Gar- den", "Almond Blossom", "En- chanted Lake" and "Front and Center." Heard in the all-girl chorus were the voices of 40 girls from the Hul- ett schools. Twenty-two musicians made up the A band while 17 mu- sicians were heard in the B band. Getting The Times New Mrs. John Hulett, Nisqually, Wash. Mrs. Meta Stotts, Hatch, N. Mex. Mrs. Fred Klein, Loveland, Colo. Albert Jonasson, Osage Wyman Ford, Devils Tower Renewals James D. Wham, Moorcroft Gerald Page, Hulett G. A. "Ott" Cure, Retired Rancher, Dies at Hot Springs Funeral services for G. A. Cure of Moorcroft were held April 13 at the First Presbyterian church at Moorcroft. Better known as Ott Curt, the longtime rancher died April 7 at Battle Mountain hospital at Hot Springs, S.D. He was 71. The Rev. Alfred Coolidge of the Sundance Methodist church con- ducted the services. Burial was in the Moorcroft cemetery with military ceremonies conducted by the Moorcroft VFW post. George Arthur Cure was born Dec. 25, 1883 at Republic, Kansas. In 1910, he came to Wyoming and homesteaded near Carlile. On July 6, 1917, he enlisted in the Navy and served 26 months, receiving his discharge Sept. 22, 1919. He then returned to ranch in Wyoming, Following his re- tirement due to ill health, he had lived at Moorcroft. He is survived by three brothers, James, Concordia, Kansas; Guy, Akron, Colo., and Ward, Sundance; two'sisters, Eva Arnold, Concordia, Kansas, and Belle Linton, Glen Elder, Kansas, and several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers were Clyde Hughes, Truman Vesser, Lee Waddell, Dex- ter Hall, Prentiss Hall and Matt Cubbison. New Curtain Hung For School Stage Supt. Frank Wagner said Tues- day that the new curtain for the Sundance high school stage had been installed. Installing the cur- tain Saturday were Ray Good, Vet- Eugene Hindman, Sundance non Dick and John Seyfang. Ora Proctor, Dayton, Wyo. The superintendent said that W. Ed. Mathews, Sundance the public was invited to attend Charles Donaldson, Sundance. ' the senior play April 27 to see the Velma Eaton, Hulett new curtain and the stage flats Mrs. Mildred Majeck, Los Angeles]built by Dennis Streed and the Calif. junior class. Hulett Student On Honor Roll With 1.16 Average J. W. Nuckolls of Hulett, a sen- ior in the school of agriculture at the University of Wyoming, was named among the 295 students listed on the honor roll for the winter quarter. Nuckolls posted a 1.16 average for carrying 19 hours of subjects. Card of Thanks I wish to express my deep ap- preciation and thanks to everyone for the cards and letters I received while in the Sheridan hospital and since. Mrs. Osa Humphrey Local FFA Chapter Sets Parent-Son Banquet April 28 Approximately 100 parents, guests and members are expected to attend the Bear Lodge FFA chapter's Parent-Son banquet in Sundance April 28. At the banquet, winners of the chapter award contest and the lo- cal foundation awards will be an- nounced. Winners in the chapter contests will be awarded prizes presented by Bob Baldwin, C. D. Roberts, Ed. Petersen, Andy Polic- ky, Cal Hayward, Lee Schloredt, Bill Hughes and Circle S Chevro- let Co. Clark Allen, chapter adviser, said that this year a tie clasp would be awarded to the FFA member having the highest grade average for all school subjects during the year. I Dr. J. G. Betts [ I Osteopath - Physician Spearfish, S. D, | I YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE An Artist to Use That NEW TNIXOTROPIC Imperial ALKYD ENAMEL , Won't Settle in the Can , No Messy Stirring , Brushes on Easier , .Won't Sag or Run I I I III Colon Selected by FABER BIRREN I i i i II I I MfiRSHRLL'wELLS STORES Phone I01 Paul S, Sharp, Owner Sndanee Wyo. Antlers, Fins & Feathers and Thai on Game, Fish and' Birds By Howard W. Robinson, Game Warden recent meeting of the Game and Fish Commis- big game seasons were or- the year 1955. Follow- a SUmmary of the orders for! County and vicinity, on an- and deer and information interest on elk, moose horn sheep. - Area No. 1 - North- - 2 Antelope Area, 14,000 of either sex. Sept. 10 Oct. 2. No. 2 North Belle River, 2 deer area, one either sex and one antler- Sept. 10 through Oct. 2 through Nov. 30. m 3 - Bear Lodge - 2 deer One deer of either sex and deer, Oct. 22 through Area No. 4 - Sand Creek area, one deer of either one antlerless deer Oct. Nov. 30. -- Area No. area. Deer of either 29, through Nov. 30. Area No. 1, Big Horn Antlered Elk and Spec-i Area, Antlered Elk and of Either Sex under spec- Oct. 21 through Oct. Area No. 2 - Hazelton Permit Area, 200 elk sex under special per- 21 through Oct. 31. Ar- -Teton Park special per- 1200 elk of either sex permits. Oct. 20 10. Clark Fork area - 8 moose, Sept. 10, through --- North Fork area - 4 moose, Sept. 10 through Thorofare - Yellowstone iu mature Moose, Sept. 10 Nov. 7. m Wind River Mature Moose Sept. 10 ' Oct. 31 -- Green River 100 Mature Moose, Oct. 15 Nov. 11. -- Pinedale area, Moose, Oct. 15 through 11.-- Buffalo Fork area Moose, Sept. 10 Oct. 20. -- Glade Creek- Creek Area - 72 Mature Sept. 10 through Nov. 10. Gros Ventre - Spread Creek Area, 50 Mature 10 through Oct. 31. Gros Ventre - Fish Creek mature Moose, Sept. 10 Oct. 31.Targhee - Alta mature Moose, Sept. 10 Oct. 31. -- Wilson area, Moose, Sept. 10 through "- Lower Hoback - Fall Snake River area, 32 ma- Sept. 10 through Oct. Hoback River area, Moose, Oct. 15 through Big Piney Area, 32 ma- Oct. 15 through Oct. River - Salt River area Moose, Oct. 15 through South Lincoln area Moose, Oct. 15 through SHEEP m Clarks 8 mature Rams, Sept. Nov. 7.--North Fork Rams, Sept. 10 7.south Fork ar- Rams, Sept. 1O thru River area, 8 , Sept. 10 through area, 4 mature 1 through Oct. 31.m area, 12 mature 1O through Oct. 31. area, 12 mature through Oct. 31.-- area, 8 mature Rams, Oct. 31 -- Upper area, 12 mature Rams, Oct. 31--Jackson 12 mature Rams, Sept. Oct. 31. Into DeMolay Sunday s, five from Hulett and were initiated and Upton chap- order last Sun. team carried out Work while Raymond the flower lecture. into the order from Vickie Thorn, Herbie Sammy Jolley Parents and visitors at- ceremonies. Mail Carriers In Hulett Area Kept On Despite Snow Mail service in and out of Hul- ett was not a sure-thing following the early April snowstorm which dumped 24 inches of snow on Huh ett, according to Mrs. Lydia Borne, The Sundance Times' Hulett cor- respondent. Lee Nora Davis, an oldtime mail carrier had difficulties on the A1. zada route, missing several trips before the road was finally broken open. Ranchers living along the road broke open the road because the county patrol was out of ac- tion. Walter Cheshier missed one trip on the Belle Fourehe route when the Bear Lodge was blocked by snow. Another carrier hampered by the heavy snow was Harry Dav- is on the Little Missouri route. Davis made unsuccessful at- tempts to get over his route on April 4 and April 7. He tried again April 8, finally completing his route the next day. However, not all of the mail carriers had trouble. Harold Zim- merschied, carrying the main mail supply from Moorcroft, never miss- ed a trip. Malcolm Bucher, however, had an edge on the other carriers. When his Model A failed to get over the ground, Bucher flew his route with his plane, provided he could takeoff early before the snow melted. On April 8, Bucher even carried two routes out of Oshoto for a mail carrier who hadn't been able to give his pat- :rons service for a week. Nels Smith Wins Scholastic Award In Cheyenne ROTC Nels Smith, son of Mrs. Helen Smith of Sundance and Cheyenne, received the Sopliomore Distin- guished Cadet medal April 14 at the 33rd Annual ROTC Competi- tions at Cheyenne high school. Over 350 competed in the show- down competitions. Smith won the medal for having the highest scholastic average among the first year cadets. He was also sixth in the "Show- down Competition." Hulett Music Festival to Be Presented May 6 The annual music festival at Hulett, with other schools in this area taking part, will be held May 6 instead of May 5 as announced previously. Chairman for the event is Effie Jolley of Hulett. In addition to songs or acts by other schools, a local talent show will be held in the evening start- ing at 7:30. Mrs. Jolley said that all schools were invited to take part in the festival. She said all schools should inform her of their act or song so the program could be ar- ranged. The festival chairman also said that schools should bring material for an exhibit. Junior FHA Girls Hear Talks About State Convention At a recent meeting of the Sun- dance junior FHA chapter, mem- bers of the chapter heard talks by members who were going to the state FHA convention at Laramie. Attending the state meeting from the local junior chapter were Peny Goodson, Kaaren Katches, Beatrice Schwartz, Linda Williams, Lila Vines and Atha Mitts. The girls were accompanied to Laramie by Mrs. Gene Reynolds, Mrs. A. J. Katcbes, Mrs. A. J. A1. tizer and Mrs. Billy Walters. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. April 21, 1955 39 Musicians, Chorus of 40 Heard at Concert A spring concert featuring two bands and a chorus was heard at the Hulett schools April 15. Myr- on Scarborongh conducted the concert. Selections sang by the chorus included: "To A Wild Rose," "Des- ert Song", "Alice Blue Gown", "Lavender Blue", "I Heard A For- est Praying", "Beautiful Dreamer", "Neopolitan Nights" and "Jua- nita." Separate programs were pre- sented by the A and B bands. Selec- tions by the B band were: "Pop Goes the Weasel'", "Marines Hymn", "Caisson Song", "Red River Valley", "The Cadet March", "Gloriana Waltz" and "Take Off March." For its part of the concert, the Hulett A band presented: "Tranfor- an", "Pacific Grandeur", "Little Charmer", "In A Southern Gar- den", "Almond Blossom", "En- chanted Lake" and "Front and Center." Heard in the all-girl chorus were the voices of 40 girls from the Hul- ett schools. Twenty-two musicians made up the A band while 17 mu- sicians were heard in the B band. Getting The Times New Mrs. John Hulett, Nisqually, Wash. Mrs. Meta Stotts, Hatch, N. Mex. Mrs. Fred Klein, Loveland, Colo. Albert Jonasson, Osage Wyman Ford, Devils Tower Renewals James D. Wham, Moorcroft Gerald Page, Hulett G. A. "Ott" Cure, Retired Rancher, Dies at Hot Springs Funeral services for G. A. Cure of Moorcroft were held April 13 at the First Presbyterian church at Moorcroft. Better known as Ott Curt, the longtime rancher died April 7 at Battle Mountain hospital at Hot Springs, S.D. He was 71. The Rev. Alfred Coolidge of the Sundance Methodist church con- ducted the services. Burial was in the Moorcroft cemetery with military ceremonies conducted by the Moorcroft VFW post. George Arthur Cure was born Dec. 25, 1883 at Republic, Kansas. In 1910, he came to Wyoming and homesteaded near Carlile. On July 6, 1917, he enlisted in the Navy and served 26 months, receiving his discharge Sept. 22, 1919. He then returned to ranch in Wyoming, Following his re- tirement due to ill health, he had lived at Moorcroft. He is survived by three brothers, James, Concordia, Kansas; Guy, Akron, Colo., and Ward, Sundance; two'sisters, Eva Arnold, Concordia, Kansas, and Belle Linton, Glen Elder, Kansas, and several nieces and nephews. Pallbearers were Clyde Hughes, Truman Vesser, Lee Waddell, Dex- ter Hall, Prentiss Hall and Matt Cubbison. New Curtain Hung For School Stage Supt. Frank Wagner said Tues- day that the new curtain for the Sundance high school stage had been installed. Installing the cur- tain Saturday were Ray Good, Vet- Eugene Hindman, Sundance non Dick and John Seyfang. Ora Proctor, Dayton, Wyo. The superintendent said that W. Ed. Mathews, Sundance the public was invited to attend Charles Donaldson, Sundance. ' the senior play April 27 to see the Velma Eaton, Hulett new curtain and the stage flats Mrs. Mildred Majeck, Los Angeles]built by Dennis Streed and the Calif. junior class. Hulett Student On Honor Roll With 1.16 Average J. W. Nuckolls of Hulett, a sen- ior in the school of agriculture at the University of Wyoming, was named among the 295 students listed on the honor roll for the winter quarter. Nuckolls posted a 1.16 average for carrying 19 hours of subjects. Card of Thanks I wish to express my deep ap- preciation and thanks to everyone for the cards and letters I received while in the Sheridan hospital and since. Mrs. Osa Humphrey Local FFA Chapter Sets Parent-Son Banquet April 28 Approximately 100 parents, guests and members are expected to attend the Bear Lodge FFA chapter's Parent-Son banquet in Sundance April 28. At the banquet, winners of the chapter award contest and the lo- cal foundation awards will be an- nounced. Winners in the chapter contests will be awarded prizes presented by Bob Baldwin, C. D. Roberts, Ed. Petersen, Andy Polic- ky, Cal Hayward, Lee Schloredt, Bill Hughes and Circle S Chevro- let Co. Clark Allen, chapter adviser, said that this year a tie clasp would be awarded to the FFA member having the highest grade average for all school subjects during the year. I Dr. J. G. Betts [ I Osteopath - Physician Spearfish, S. D, | I YOU DON'T HAVE TO BE An Artist to Use That NEW TNIXOTROPIC Imperial ALKYD ENAMEL , Won't Settle in the Can , No Messy Stirring , Brushes on Easier , .Won't Sag or Run I I I III Colon Selected by FABER BIRREN I i i i II I I MfiRSHRLL'wELLS STORES Phone I01 Paul S, Sharp, Owner Sndanee Wyo.