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May 3, 1956

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Parties have nominated, for city offices in Hulett. municipal election will with a mayor and to be elected. for mayor under the Party banner is George Other Equality Party are John A Morris and .Collins, running for coun- Independent ticket, H. From May 6-12 Proclamations issued by Gov. Milward Simpson apdt Mayor C. D. Weather The readings: is in the mayor's race. Roberts have designated the week Max. Min. Prec. is the only candidate of May 6 to 12 as Soil Stewardship April 24 .............. 60 27 .02 on the Independent Week. April 25 ............. 54 30 O _ During the week, churches and April 26 ............. 55 33 O Knapp is the present may- soil conservation districts will April 27 ............. 54 21 .13 office carries a two-year sponsor observances emphasizing April 28 .............. 28 17 .09 councilmen will be the spiritual values of wise use April 29 .............. 37 18 0 four years. ~nd treatment of the earth. April 30 ............. 42 28 0 CO.I INUIAIG r.,, C OOff C'OU ,4rA74z8 ewspaper for Crook County, Town of Sundance and United States Land Offi-ee SUNDANCE, WYOMING, THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1956 on Block Members . . for outstaud- the year were members of the chapter at the banquet Fri. Number 18 Ninety-seven members, parents and guests attended the annual Bear Lodge FFA parent-son ban- quet in Sundance last FJciday. Both local and foundation awards were presented to various mem- bers of the chapter during the program. Special guests at the banquet were honorary members, Ed Peter- sen, Andy Policky, John Lindsey, Walt Tracy, Vernon Dick and Bob Vore. are those who re- Front row, left ~,rarand, Keith Key. acy, Bill Myers Left to right in are Guy Fowler, Mervin Peterson, Ralph Little, Other guests were FFA advisers, Rudy Dyer and Mike Lindsey. Dick Rowles, Newcastle; Walt Little, Auraud, Fowler, Lind- Johnson, Newell, and Hy Buesch- sey and Peterson all received er, Hulett; FFA presidents, George Chapter Farmer jackets. Chap- Breidenbach, Newell; Sam Jolley, ter Farmer belts were awarded to Traey, Vote and Dyer. Keyser was awarded the Green Han~ belt and Myers won fl~e top Green Hand and Green Hand farm mechanics awards. mete at the county1 named 10 delegatesI se .~ ~ to the state GOPI t for May 14 inI I were Don Mrs. Marie | Otis Reyn- Schelldorf, Mrs. M, French, C. D. Rowand. Mrs. Lila Rey- Rowand, Mrs. Mrs. C. D. Rob- Mrs. Delia Zimmerschied, Schelldorf and Trustees :iQtion Sets ng Saturday of the Association at 1 p.m. in tt Sundance high: Byrd said all members of attend the meet- J0's C Mrs. Iva Trebelcock, formerly of Spearfish, announced Tuesday that she had purchased Little Jo's Cafe from Mrs. Howard Robinson. The deal was made last week. Mrs. Treblecock said the cafe would be opened soon but that she didn't know the exact date. Hulett, and Eli Mirich Newcastle; and Harlan Pale of Newell, South Dakota state vice president. Eli Mirich, state FFA president, and Mervin Peterson, Bear Lodge FFA president, gave short talks on l "Leadership from Ourselves." Chapter Farmer jackets were presented to Ralph Little, Jim Aurand, Guy Fowler, Mike Lind- sey and Mervin Peterson. The jackets were presented by HiWay Service Station and Garage, Den's Super Service, Circle S Motor Co. Willie's Food Mart, Lee's Phar- macy, Model Grocery and C. D.t Roberts. I Belts awarded were: Keith Key-t ser, Green Hand belt; Bill Myers, I top Green Hand award and Green Hand farm mechanics; Russell (Continued On Last Page, See. I) t Sundance golfers, who have been waiting all winter for a chance to return to the fairways at the local course, are getting ready to sharp- en up their game for the summer's play. Last Thursday evening, members of the Sundance Country Club met at the Sundance State Bank and named officers for the 1956 year. Jay Durfee was elected president and three positions were piled upon the shoulders of Floyd Carr. Carr was named secretary-treasurer and tournament director. A work day has been set for Sunday morning with members of the club asked to turn out and help prepare the course for play. Last PTA Meeting Of Year Set Back to May 15 The Meeting of the Sundance Parent-Teachers Association set for May 8 has been postponed until May 15. The change in the date was ~nade to avoid conflict with National Music Week activities. The session will be the last of the school year for the PTA. In- stallation of new officers will be held at the meeting. Guiding the Northeastern Wyo- ming Hereford Association into its 24th sale Monday is Andy Policky, president of the asso- ciation. Policky, owner of Crook County Refinery in Sundance, was elected to the presidency last fall after serving as vice-presi- dent in 1955. Policky, a member of the asso- ciation for nine years, is selling 10 head of registered Herefords in the spring sale Monday. Commenting on the associa- tion's offering at the 24th sale, Policky said the quality of the Herefords would be excellent and that he expected prices to be good. I Achievement and spelling day )rograms for elementary school students in Crook county were held Saturday in the Sundanee high school gymnasium." Twenty-two contestants from the sixth, seventh and eighth grades competed in the county spelling contest tlm Roger Wolfskill of the Barlow Canyon school won first place in the spelling contest. In second place was Melvin Storm of the same school. Mar- e "Show, Free Lunch Set: Twelve Breeders Consign Stock The Northeastern W y o m i n g Hereford Association was keeping its fingers crossed hoping for good weather Monday when 51 bulls and two cows go on the block in Sundance in the 24th sale of the association. The sale will get underway at 1 p.m. in the association's sales- ring at the fairgrounds with Charles Corkle the auctioneer. At 9 a.m. in the morning, Harry Smith will select the champions at the Here- ford group's show. A free lunch at noon will be served by members of the Sun- dance Commercial Club. The bulls, both horned and polled, and the cows are yearlings and two-year-olds. Consigning to the sale are: Charlotte Carr, Fred Cundy, Devils Tower Hereford Ranch, Hewes Ranch Herefords, Ted Sager and Sons, Hay Creek Hereford Ranch, Andy Policky and Sons, R. I. Port, Art Schelldorf, Otis Wright and Son, Kudlock and Perino and B. F. Lincoln. Sale averages have seesawed since Nov. 1951 when the associa- tion sold 39 bulls for a record ave- rage of $1,049. At the 1955 fall sale, the average price was $333 and the 1955 spring sale average was $447. A $325 average was re- corded at the 1954 fall sale. or The Hulett teaching staff for 1956-57 has been announced by Supt. Jim Bare. Returning as high school faculty mathematics; Mrs. Myron Scar- borough, English, and Miss Irene Reinecke, home economics. New members of the high school Six members of the Bear Lodge chapter were also award- ed foundation awards at the an- nual banquet. Receiving the awards were, left to right, front row, Jim Aurand, farm mechanics; Mike Little, safety; Guy Fowler, Star Chapter Farmer an6 soil and water management; ~ BiJ.. Blakeman, dairy. Ernie Roadlfer, eleetriP a 13ack row, left to light, Igallik Lindsey, public speaking;and garet Cheshier is the teacher for staff are Julian Erick~son, commer- {Continued On Last Page, Sec. 1) (Continued on Last Page, Sec. 1) == .......... ~~ .... :t Awards at Banquet: