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A PEEK [ At the Past i YEARS AGO 20, 1950 of the Hulett high school m a special election Tues- gly approved the of $24,000 in bonds to the construction of a new for Hulett. on construction of Keyhole on the Belle Fourche River of Moorcroft will be op- 23 in Moorcroft. Cost Project, which is part of of the Missouri is expected to be raore of the cowboys who with Crook county when new is dead. Leslie Cook his home in Sundanee Fri- age of 76. Among the outfits Cook worked for VVV, Cross Anchor and of the ranch known C Cross on Deep Creek by of Spearfish, was an- week by Mr. Hejde. was completed ree- Arthur Blake. AGO 1945 Dillinger, 62, was killed at his ranch 32 miles Moorcroft when a four- bolted and he was Under a disc. His feet ap- became tangled in the the horses ran in a circle. transaction which was corn- this Saturday, Earl Kipp of Purchased the Commer- machines from Mrs. E. L. Raeburn of Long Beach, Calif. Operating equipment of the Da- vis hospital has been moved to the Beagle home where Mrs. Bea- gle, a registered nurse, will con- tinue hospital facilities. She will have bed space for about five patients. Simple funeral services were held Saturday from the East Room of the White House for Franklin Delano Roosevelt who was stricken suddenly with a corer bral hemorrhage Thursday after r noon while at Warm Springs, Ga. Mona - The 13th brings our winter to the five month mark with plenty of snow and disagree- able weather. Our roads are dry- ing but very rough and need grad- ling badly. The road man says he is afraid to get out on the roads because every time he does it storms. FIFTEEN YEARS AFO April 18, 1940 The entire grade school staff of teachers was rehired for 1940-41 at a meeting of the Sundance board last Wednesday evening. This includes five teachers, all but two having been here two years or more. Andy Policky, owner of Crook County Refinery, announced this week that he has been made wholesale distributor of Marathon oils and lubricants with warehouse at Belie Fourche. Spring Valley - The roads from Sundance to Upton are almost im- possible to travel. There is hard- ]ly a day goes by that someone doesn't get stuck in the mud and have to have help. Alva - Oliver Ratliff died at Sun- dance Saturday morning after a lingering illness of several weeks duration. He was buried at the Alva cemetery Monday. Three children were rescued from a blazing home at Upton Thursday morning by their moth- er, Mrs. Paul Foltz, who was se- verely burned about the face, neck and arms. TWENTY YEARS AGO April 18, 1935 The newly established Wyom- ing Board of Public Welfare has voted to appropriate $35,000 of state funds to match federal gov- ernment relief allotments in the state for April. The Crook-county welfare board has not yet been set up. Relief work started again on Monday and crews of men have been putting in their time on var- ious projects around the county. Joe Allread has opened up a pool room in the building adjoin- ing the Buffet. Joe has not got the place all fitted up as yet but has already opened for busi- ness. Alva - B. F. Mahoney is busy installing his new sawmill on the Weaver place where he has the contract for sawing 150,000 feet of lumber for Charlie Harshfield of Belle Fourcbe. Oshoto - We ranchers are tired of traveling some of these roads I so we will have to get together and build a road for ourselves. Stocker and Feeder Summary Week Ending Thursday, April 14 Stocker and feeder cattle and calf receipts on the Sioux City market during the week that end- ed Thursday, April 14, dropped below recent weeks. This was one of the very few weeks since Jan- uary I that weekly supplies did not exceed a year ago by more than 20 percent. Price declines a week ago tended to check the marketward movement• Weather favorable to spring field work ma- terially reduced the attendance of Country buyers• The general qual- ity was less attractive than recent- ly with a small showing grading high-Good and Choice. Many pur- chases were limited to smaller lots as purchasers seemed inter- ested largely in small numbers. Prices generally indicated little shifting from quotations current late last week although sattered sales low-Good and below showed some weakness. Sales to farmers and feeders during the week amounted to nearly 5,000 cattle and calves. Included were 2,142 steers that averaged 737 pounds and brought an average of $20.59 per hundred- weight. The previous week 3,700 steers averaging 713 pounds went to the country at an average of $21.28. The corresponding period a year ago farmers and feeders paid an average of $19.75 per hun- dredweight for 2,800 steers that averaged 685 pounds. Veteran's News An artifical eye, operated by mag- nets causing the eye to move and even twinkle as effectively as the living eye it matches, has been developed by two Veterans Ad- ministration doctors at the Va hos- pital in Boston. The "magnetic eye" already has been implanted into more than 150 New England veterans whose eyes have suffered injury or dis- ease. After six years of reasearch, the VA doctors have perfected a mag- netized implant, the magnet of which is placed within clear, non' irritating plastic. Muscles of the removed eye are • Modern 12-volt electrical system! Here's why " The only car in the low-price field • with the extra energy of 12 volts .- • . . • twice the electrical punchl Chevrolet k- 4 .V8's out \\; everybody! : a,,d advantages ere the mea00 of a truly modem V8 engine : , . and o,,:z Chevrolet has them in the low.price field. Most !aren't even found in high-priced cam That's !,,why Chevrolet is stealing everybody's thunder ,.__e most modem V8 on the road! • motoramic Faster, stronger cranking for cold-weather starts-and a "fatter" spark for faultless high-speed operation. Highest standard compression ratio in its fleldl Chevrolet's compression ratio is 8 to 1, to wring evcryi. possible ounce of power and extra miles out of every gallon of gas. ., . ., ., Requires only four quarts of olll , Chevrolet's V8 engines are so effi- cient they need only four quarts of oil.., so you save on every changel, Highest horsepower per poundl These great V8's weigh far less than any similar engine in America, top the low-cost field in power per pound! Shortest piston stroke in the Industryl Three-inch stroke reduces cylinder.wall friction, • generates less heat, permits more compact design. The pistons do far less traveling'  per mile.., that means less engine  AAAAAA wear, lighter loads on bearings. It's the valve-in-head V8 as only the :' valve-in-head leader can build itl Sundanee, Wyo. April 21, 195. directly attached to this implant, which is completely buried within the eye socket. A permanent magnet is set into the artificial eye during its fabri- cation to match the magnet of the embedded implant. These magnets, so aligned that the artificial eye cannot slip out of correct, normal position, provide excellent anchor- age for the eye, and relieve the eyelids of the burden of carrying the weight of the artificial eye. The artificial eye, being held close magnetically to the surgical- lq buried implant, follows the im- plant's motion. The movement muscles of the removed eye (when attached to the implant), and the artificial eye's magnet (by follow- ing the magnet of the implant) cause the artificial eye to move in the same direction at the same time as the living eye. Each plastic artificial eye is moulded individually to shape with modifying color pigments added to closely resemble the cosmetic appearance of the wearer's living eye. The color of the living eye is copied by brushing artists' oils on plastic discs. Colored rayon threads are embedded in the plas- tic to resemble veins. N. Ellis Mattox, M.D. Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat Office Hours . l0 a.m. - 4 p.m. 6531/2 Main Street Deadvgood, S. D. h and OFFICIAL figures show that again In 1954--for the 19th straight year--' .e4ORE PEOP00UGHT CHEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER CARl 00"£ BUY ANY V-8 UNTIL YOU'VE TRIED CHEVROLET'8 'RECORD-SMASHING TURB0-FIRE Y-8 Most Modern In Design - Lowest in Pries Circle S Chevrolet Co. :' : '40 ......... ": ": "' :: :" ...... " : : .... " .... SUNDANCE, .WYO. ...... t official' blank which you merely sign and mail to the Reuben H. Doanell 7 Company, Chicago, Illiaoh* Husband and wife may both enter thereby doublingchaact to win. IE you win, you have cho00 of • Slz00ed Queeai dehxe model automatic I WASHER or autometl: DRYL Thin i, to ao miaW atmchd --  U 00mfmdl tt, " Mac's .Electric .... ]hiie:: rourehe; k D.: :' A PEEK [ At the Past i YEARS AGO 20, 1950 of the Hulett high school m a special election Tues- gly approved the of $24,000 in bonds to the construction of a new for Hulett. on construction of Keyhole on the Belle Fourche River of Moorcroft will be op- 23 in Moorcroft. Cost Project, which is part of of the Missouri is expected to be raore of the cowboys who with Crook county when new is dead. Leslie Cook his home in Sundanee Fri- age of 76. Among the outfits Cook worked for VVV, Cross Anchor and of the ranch known C Cross on Deep Creek by of Spearfish, was an- week by Mr. Hejde. was completed ree- Arthur Blake. AGO 1945 Dillinger, 62, was killed at his ranch 32 miles Moorcroft when a four- bolted and he was Under a disc. His feet ap- became tangled in the the horses ran in a circle. transaction which was corn- this Saturday, Earl Kipp of Purchased the Commer- machines from Mrs. E. L. Raeburn of Long Beach, Calif. Operating equipment of the Da- vis hospital has been moved to the Beagle home where Mrs. Bea- gle, a registered nurse, will con- tinue hospital facilities. She will have bed space for about five patients. Simple funeral services were held Saturday from the East Room of the White House for Franklin Delano Roosevelt who was stricken suddenly with a corer bral hemorrhage Thursday after r noon while at Warm Springs, Ga. Mona - The 13th brings our winter to the five month mark with plenty of snow and disagree- able weather. Our roads are dry- ing but very rough and need grad- ling badly. The road man says he is afraid to get out on the roads because every time he does it storms. FIFTEEN YEARS AFO April 18, 1940 The entire grade school staff of teachers was rehired for 1940-41 at a meeting of the Sundance board last Wednesday evening. This includes five teachers, all but two having been here two years or more. Andy Policky, owner of Crook County Refinery, announced this week that he has been made wholesale distributor of Marathon oils and lubricants with warehouse at Belie Fourche. Spring Valley - The roads from Sundance to Upton are almost im- possible to travel. There is hard- ]ly a day goes by that someone doesn't get stuck in the mud and have to have help. Alva - Oliver Ratliff died at Sun- dance Saturday morning after a lingering illness of several weeks duration. He was buried at the Alva cemetery Monday. Three children were rescued from a blazing home at Upton Thursday morning by their moth- er, Mrs. Paul Foltz, who was se- verely burned about the face, neck and arms. TWENTY YEARS AGO April 18, 1935 The newly established Wyom- ing Board of Public Welfare has voted to appropriate $35,000 of state funds to match federal gov- ernment relief allotments in the state for April. The Crook-county welfare board has not yet been set up. Relief work started again on Monday and crews of men have been putting in their time on var- ious projects around the county. Joe Allread has opened up a pool room in the building adjoin- ing the Buffet. Joe has not got the place all fitted up as yet but has already opened for busi- ness. Alva - B. F. Mahoney is busy installing his new sawmill on the Weaver place where he has the contract for sawing 150,000 feet of lumber for Charlie Harshfield of Belle Fourcbe. Oshoto - We ranchers are tired of traveling some of these roads I so we will have to get together and build a road for ourselves. Stocker and Feeder Summary Week Ending Thursday, April 14 Stocker and feeder cattle and calf receipts on the Sioux City market during the week that end- ed Thursday, April 14, dropped below recent weeks. This was one of the very few weeks since Jan- uary I that weekly supplies did not exceed a year ago by more than 20 percent. Price declines a week ago tended to check the marketward movement• Weather favorable to spring field work ma- terially reduced the attendance of Country buyers• The general qual- ity was less attractive than recent- ly with a small showing grading high-Good and Choice. Many pur- chases were limited to smaller lots as purchasers seemed inter- ested largely in small numbers. Prices generally indicated little shifting from quotations current late last week although sattered sales low-Good and below showed some weakness. Sales to farmers and feeders during the week amounted to nearly 5,000 cattle and calves. Included were 2,142 steers that averaged 737 pounds and brought an average of $20.59 per hundred- weight. The previous week 3,700 steers averaging 713 pounds went to the country at an average of $21.28. The corresponding period a year ago farmers and feeders paid an average of $19.75 per hun- dredweight for 2,800 steers that averaged 685 pounds. Veteran's News An artifical eye, operated by mag- nets causing the eye to move and even twinkle as effectively as the living eye it matches, has been developed by two Veterans Ad- ministration doctors at the Va hos- pital in Boston. The "magnetic eye" already has been implanted into more than 150 New England veterans whose eyes have suffered injury or dis- ease. After six years of reasearch, the VA doctors have perfected a mag- netized implant, the magnet of which is placed within clear, non' irritating plastic. Muscles of the removed eye are • Modern 12-volt electrical system! Here's why " The only car in the low-price field • with the extra energy of 12 volts .- • . . • twice the electrical punchl Chevrolet k- 4 .V8's out \\; everybody! : a,,d advantages ere the mea00 of a truly modem V8 engine : , . and o,,:z Chevrolet has them in the low.price field. Most !aren't even found in high-priced cam That's !,,why Chevrolet is stealing everybody's thunder ,.__e most modem V8 on the road! • motoramic Faster, stronger cranking for cold-weather starts-and a "fatter" spark for faultless high-speed operation. Highest standard compression ratio in its fleldl Chevrolet's compression ratio is 8 to 1, to wring evcryi. possible ounce of power and extra miles out of every gallon of gas. ., . ., ., Requires only four quarts of olll , Chevrolet's V8 engines are so effi- cient they need only four quarts of oil.., so you save on every changel, Highest horsepower per poundl These great V8's weigh far less than any similar engine in America, top the low-cost field in power per pound! Shortest piston stroke in the Industryl Three-inch stroke reduces cylinder.wall friction, • generates less heat, permits more compact design. The pistons do far less traveling'  per mile.., that means less engine  AAAAAA wear, lighter loads on bearings. It's the valve-in-head V8 as only the :' valve-in-head leader can build itl Sundanee, Wyo. April 21, 195. directly attached to this implant, which is completely buried within the eye socket. A permanent magnet is set into the artificial eye during its fabri- cation to match the magnet of the embedded implant. These magnets, so aligned that the artificial eye cannot slip out of correct, normal position, provide excellent anchor- age for the eye, and relieve the eyelids of the burden of carrying the weight of the artificial eye. The artificial eye, being held close magnetically to the surgical- lq buried implant, follows the im- plant's motion. The movement muscles of the removed eye (when attached to the implant), and the artificial eye's magnet (by follow- ing the magnet of the implant) cause the artificial eye to move in the same direction at the same time as the living eye. Each plastic artificial eye is moulded individually to shape with modifying color pigments added to closely resemble the cosmetic appearance of the wearer's living eye. The color of the living eye is copied by brushing artists' oils on plastic discs. Colored rayon threads are embedded in the plas- tic to resemble veins. N. Ellis Mattox, M.D. Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat Office Hours . l0 a.m. - 4 p.m. 6531/2 Main Street Deadvgood, S. D. h and OFFICIAL figures show that again In 1954--for the 19th straight year--' .e4ORE PEOP00UGHT CHEVROLETS THAN ANY OTHER CARl 00"£ BUY ANY V-8 UNTIL YOU'VE TRIED CHEVROLET'8 'RECORD-SMASHING TURB0-FIRE Y-8 Most Modern In Design - Lowest in Pries Circle S Chevrolet Co. :' : '40 ......... ": ": "' :: :" ...... " : : .... " .... SUNDANCE, .WYO. ...... t official' blank which you merely sign and mail to the Reuben H. Doanell 7 Company, Chicago, Illiaoh* Husband and wife may both enter thereby doublingchaact to win. IE you win, you have cho00 of • Slz00ed Queeai dehxe model automatic I WASHER or autometl: DRYL Thin i, to ao miaW atmchd --  U 00mfmdl tt, " Mac's .Electric .... ]hiie:: rourehe; k D.: :'