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Sundance, Wyoming, Thursday, May 6, 1948 War Memorial drive Underway in ~undance Fri- ~ght when the planning [ttee of the drive under the of Mrs. Nora Reim- to discuss final arrange- the campaign. serving on the .Sundance are Otis Reynolds, Ed- rids, C. D. Roberts, and With the Crook county Will be Everett F. Shel- coach at the Uni- of Wyoming and field man for the drive; ,Mil- chairman of the of trustees; Dr. head of the Uni- department; and foofiball line coach at picture entitled of 1948 Wyoming will be shown at the The film contains ex- several of Wyoming's games this year. Laramie and Albany completed, it is now rest of the state to make a success," states coach "Albany and Laramie nave raised half off the goal." in Lusk and Rawllns progress and New- Gillette ca~npaigns week. Yoming War Memorial as a fitting tribute to World War H veterans State. O:k t Season Here fire in the Bearlodge occured on Oak the Norman Miles fire started .by light- discovered by Norman the assistance of ,his the fire was kept from and extinguished while It is cooperation like down the size of e Festival .Uulett. Held - rL, April 30 al music festival was on April 30th at auditorium and with it was achieve- About nine rural with the local one a fine array of art. program consisted and instrumental num- Various types and dis- nusual amount of tal- program was well the large and atten- nee. ~g program was pre- high school stud- talent and every these numbers. wishes to thank in the festi- I in any way. Team as Some the best equipment for Club that we have had since 1936, a mem- ball club told the' New equipment has arrived and sew .'bats, breast pro- mitt, mask, balls. Number 19 EVERE~ F. SH]ilLTON,! Wyoming basketball coach and field contact man for the Wyo- ming War Memorial Fieldhouse drive will ~neet with the local committee to lay final l~lans for the drive here. IGovernor Bricker to Keynote' State 80P ICasper Convention John W. Bricker, U. S. senator from Ohio and one of the nation's most prominent Republicans, will keynote the state GOP convention at Casper May 10, Ewing T. Kerr, state chairman announced today. The popular Ohioan, who gov- erned his state for three terms before his election to the senate in 1945, informed Kerr that he would accept with pleasure the chairman's invitation to keynote the annual state convention and that he was looking forward to his Wyoming visit. Known as an outstanding speaker as well as an extremely capable Republican, Brlcker was Dewey's running mate on the 1944 presidential ticket. It is not known at the present time whet'h- er M~'s. Bricker, a personality in her own right, who made a very pleasant impression when she vis- ited Wyoming in 1944, will ac- company her husband on the trip. The convention 'will he held in the Elk's Home at Casper. Yorks Announce Opening of New Dept. Store Here The :management of York's Golden Rule, Belle Fourche an- nounce this ~eek in an advertise- sent elsewhere that sometime in June they will open a completely Jesse E. Browder, Beulah sol-~0 dier, who gave his life for his i country in the invasion of Nor- sandy at the age of 24 years, June 11, 1944, was laid to rest in the Beulah cemetery Sunday with full military rites by Crook County Post No. 45 American Legion and Devils To~'er Post No. 4311 Veterans of Foreign Wars following services at the Meth- odist church in Spearfish with Rev. Hepler in charge. At the church Mrs. Bert Scott and Mrs. Lillian Fillmore of ~pearfish sang "There's A Star Spangled Banner Waving Some- where", "The Old Rugged Cross" and ",Saved By Grace". They were accompaned ~by Mrs. R. ~,V. Hepler at the piano. The sermon theme was "One of God's Flowers". The large crowd attending and the many floral offerings showed that Jesse had many friends as well as loved ones who will miss him. Jesse was born in Hamilton, Ohio, February 22nd, 1920, and later came to Wyoming where he made his home until entering the service on ,March 25, 1942 at the ~ge of 22 years. He attended grade school at Beulah. Wyo. and high school at Spearfish, ,S. D. Jesse was a loving son and was loved by all who knew him. He leaves to mourn his passing, ~his mother, Mrs. Mildred Mttthews; a step-father, Walter Mathews and grandmother, Mrs. Mac Guid- inger all of Beulah, Wyo. A sister, Mrs. Alfred Schloredt of .Grass Valey, Calif. and an ~ncle and ~unt, ~fr. and Mrs. Jess Guiding- er of Belle Fourche, So. Dak. Several cousins and a host of friends and buddies 'X' l ark--Ewing Miss Helen Roark, daughter of Mrs. Clara Roark of Sundance modern department store in the became th~ hria~ of r~,,,~o,, ~, wk l i n ............. - Fa es bui d ng, Sunda co as a in~, son of Mr and Mrs Amos branch of their Belle Fourche ii~i~ of ~ nd'n -- %2: "e store '8: ~u a ce at a in'leaf .." ......... ceremonyat the Methodist par- ~en smrtea working tnls week sonage in Sundance Saturday on the remodeling of the ,building mornin~ by Rev Warren L Lear which has housed the Tri-County ..... "_ ~'._ __" --.." _ " n un,y wxtneeeee were .AliCe Ann Electric Association offices si ce[Fal1 and Gene Ewin- who stood its opening is I with the young couple. .X~ " ----~-------X Fawke , Lincoln [ Make Agreement Named By Demos to Convention for F, ire Truck Use Hares Lincoln and Harold P.~y uount]r Fawkes were named by the coun- ty Democratic committeemen of Crook county at a meeting of that group in Sundance ~aturday, to represent the Democrats of Crook county at the Democratic ,State Convention in Casper May 10th. g IN POLICE COURT Hans Olson, transient, arrested by Marshall Frank Warner, and cha~ged with drunkenness, plead COACH DICK HITT, footballlgulltyl to the charge in police University of Wyoming court before Sidney Harvey. He line coach, will attend the kick-Iwas fined $25.00 and costs, and o$f meeting for the Wyoming War [ fine suspended on the condition Memorial drive "The Memorial lthat he leave town immediately, Fieldhouse will serve every spot[which he did. at the University and will be~ An agreement ~et~veen the Crook County Board of Commissioners and the U. S. Forest service for the use, maintenance, etc. of the U. S. Forest Service fire fighting truck stationed in Sundance, ,was reached between the two groups at the meeting of the board in Sundance Tuesday. While the agreement is only temporary the county has agreed in part that for the purpose of protecting the Black Hills Na- tional Forest, tl~e city of Sun- dance and other property in Crook county they will cooperate with the Town of Sundanee in provid- ing heated 'storage for the truck and equipment during the freez- available to every Wyoming cit- izen," says Coach Httt. #.. Patrol "Spot Check" Made Here This Week A highway patrol "spot check" Tuesday at the junction of hy. 585 and 14 in Sundance resulted in two arrests by patrolmen and fines imposed by Justice Sidney Harvey. George King, Aladdin rancher, was arrested by Patrolman Vorhies and charged with operating a car without a drivers license. King pleaded guilty and was fined $25 and costs in Justice court. Russell Hansen, driver for. the Buckinham Transportation Com- pany of Rapid ~ity was arrested by Patrolman Wilcox for hauling intra-state .without Wyoming li- ing season; pay cost of truck use, for county fires, at the rate of 25c per mile, for fires outside the town of Sundance, but not in the forest and will provide at least two men from county crews to be trained in the use of the fire wagon. The agreement can be termin- ated by either or both parties with thirty days notice, and may also be automatically renewed, if not terminated. The town of Sundance also has an agreement for the use of the truck, which is basically the same as that with the county. x- COMMUNITY DINNER C00KED BY MEN The Kara mountain community recently enjoyed a community dinner which was prepared by the men of the community, and served at the Mrs. J. V. Clark home. The cense plates for truck and trailer., , women said that the food was He was fined $10.00 and costs. ] l every ,bit as good as if they had The check was conducted by~- CH.ART.ES S~]~F t prepared it themselves, i Patrolman Wickam, Cheyenne" I 10 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. | In the culinary department for] Cook, Laramie" Vorhies, Gillett'el Art Schelldorf, who lost his life|the day were Blng Nussbaum, _ ~.. ' ...... [ in a fall from Sundance mountain |Tommy Ryan, Gunnard Neckla-~ anu wilcox, ~ewcasue. They[Saturday afternoon, April 24,|son, Reuben Necklason, Frederick I stopped all ears and trucks a~-[ while exploring the mountain |Clark, David Fraser and Virgil[ preaching the block, with two boy companions: ]Schlup. [ Republicans Name Delegates for Casper Meeting Delegates to represent the Re- publicans of Crook county at the state convention in Casper May 10 were chosen Monday May 4th at a meetin.g called by County Chairman Edwin Rounds in the COtlrt 1'oo I:lL Named to go to Casper were Nels A. Smith, Otis Reynolds, John D. Seely, Nora Reimer, W. E. Banks, Edwin Rounds and Colleen Kipp. Nels Smith and Otis Reynolds were selected by the seven dele- ~ates to appear on the nominating committee. Frank A. Barrett, state repre- sentative and E. V. Robertson, state senator were unanimously endorsed by the central commit- tee and praised for their accom- plishments both fo~ the state and county., x-----------~ Lettermens Ball Set for May 15th To aid financing of new foot- ball suits the attnual Lettermen's Ball will be held at the Legiol Hall May 15 and ,will be sponsored by the Lettermen's Club of Sun- dance high school There will be a door prize!it l~ announced Seek Location of i I. O. O: F. Graves; Local Cemeteries The I. O. O. F. Lodge ~Io. 1 $ of Sundance is appealing this week for information regardin4g identi- fication and location of Oddfel- lows graves in Mt. Moriah or Green ,Mountain co~bterie~ Anyone posse~ing information of deceased I. O. O. F. members who are *.buried in either of the~ cemeteries is requested to notify C. L. Guldinger, secretary before May 24th. CLAKK OPEN HOUSE CEL RATION IS CAL D OFF Due to illness the open hou~ elebration for Mr. and Mrs. C. I~o Clark's golden wedding anniver- sary will have to be called off it fs announced by the family. .... I Saddle Club Elects Officers Western Saddle Cluq~ met Sun- day at the club corrals for a feed followed by a l~ustneas mooting and election of officers. Charlie Jones was elected pres- ident, Patsye Bro~vn, vice-presi- dent and Grace Hawken secretary- treasurer. A special meeting wlll be held at the corrals May 16th at 2:00 p. m. ~unch will be served and members will bring pie and silver. Plans will be formulated for at- tending the get-together of the Black Hills Riding Clu~ Associa- tion at the Galena camp site. Calender oI Events MAY 6 Regular communication Elec- ta Chapter No. 5, O. E. S. MAY 8 Sundance Commercial Club hospital benefit dance at the Legion hall MAY 10 Regular meeting ~undance Lodge No: 18, I. O. O. F. MAY 12 Regular communication Sun- dane Lodge No. 9, A. F. & A. M. MAY 13 No hostess meeting St. Anne's Guild, Ray's Care, 2 p. m. Regular communication Re- bekah Lodge No. 29 MAY 15 Lettermen's dance, Legion hall