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A FIT'IVI~qG MEMORIAL , to Wyoming's veterans, the War Memorial Fteldhouse will com- memorate within its walls every man and woman serving in World War IL The fieldhouse, with a seating capacity of 12,000 will be dedicated to service for the peo- ple of Wyoming no matter how near or how far they are from the University campus. X- May Start Grain Elevator Bldg. By June 1st A member of the Board of Di- rectors of the Farmers-Ranchers Cooperative of Belle Fourche told the Times Tuesday that the group would have an elevator built in Belle Fourche to handle part of the fall crop if they could secure a contractor to do the work. We will be ready to let the contract June 1st he said. The board has set a member- ship goal of 250 members and we are on the road to topping the goal he said and expressed the ,belief that they would ,be over the top in 30 days. The .'board met in Belle Four- che Monday to formulate their plans for the successful conclu- sion of their membership drive. Tentative plans call for erec- tion of the elevator along 5tail- road street south of the Rainbow Chevrolet in Belle Fourche. How- ever details of the elevator ~build- lng have not *been settled and there is a possibility the eleva- tor may .be located elsewhere in town. ,Board members must de, cide whether a concrete or wood building is to be constructed. Z Fishing Is Good Opening Day Trout fishing in Crook county was good on opening day, May 1, sportsmen report, with good catches being made on Sand creek and in the Bear Lodge. Glenn Grubb snagged a four pound ~beauty in the Bear ~Lodge and his wife Betty and Mrs. Ches- ter Guidinger each hooked two that weighed 2~& pounds each. ....... X, VISITORS FROM DENVER Hr. and Mrs. Bob Bram blette from Denver were touring the Black Hills and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rounds Thursday. Bob was born and rais- ed in Gillette and Mrs. Bramblette will be f'emembered as Maud Da- vis, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank-Davis ,who are also living in Denver. Frank Davis was county assessor and is in the real estate and :broker~ge busi- ness in Denver. The Bramblettes have a jewelry and repair shop in Denver. CARD 017 THANES EPISCOPAL CHURCH I want to express here my sin- There will ,be Baptismal ser- cere appreciation to my many vices Mother's ,Day, Sunday, May friends for the get well cards 9th at the Church of the Good and flowers during my recent Shepherd Episcopal with Rev. illness and stay in the hospita1. Morgan officiating. I am unable to .write all of you x so please accept my thanks here. Cohony Inez T. Davidsou x Tom ~,Varford who has been BRIDE ELECT HONORED helping through lambing at the WITTT A SWOW'F_~ Raber ranch left Monday for his Miss Vernie Mae Ryan, bride home at Ridge, Mont. He expects elect, was complimented with a to leave soon for Fairbanks, miscellaneous shower at 2 p. m.Alaska. Tom spent last summer May 1st with Mrs. R. A. Neckla-in Alaska and is promised his old son as hostess. Guests present job back if he wishes to take it. each made a pot holder for the Tom thinks he will. bride to be. During the afternoon a mock wedding was performed, after which the bride elect opened her RANGER BECKI~Y many ,beautiful gifts. Everyone seated at their places at the table GETS TRANSFER TO represented miniature brides with BOULDER. COLORADO a fortune enclosed in their purses Ranger William Beckley of for each individual to give to the Sundance has received an offer bride to be. A wish cake decorated of transfer from the Black Hills the center of the table. District to the Boulder District of Turkey sandwiches and ice the Roosevelt National Forest, cream were served by the hostess. Boulder, Colorado and will ac- x cept the offer, he said Tuesday. tt-ffLETT SUNDAY Ranger and Mrs. Beckley and SCHOOL ELECTS daughter Nancy will leave for their new post about June .1st. The Hulett Sunday school held The new station is a promotion its annual election Sunday morn- for Beckley. IIe will have an as- ing with the folowing results: sistant and will have office quar- Superintendent, Mrs. Lydia ters in the postoffice building of Hauber; Ass't Sup't., Mrs. Fred the Colorado city. Borne; See'y-Treas., Mrs. John Beckley came to Sundance in Calquist. November, 1946 to replace T.R. Other officers and teachers are: Cochran, who had resigned. He Pianist, :Mrs. Gertrude Mahoney; has been with the forest service Cradle Roll and Beginners class, since 1937 when he came to the Mrs. John B. Mahoney; Primary, Black Hills and was stationed in Mrs. Ray Brundy; Intermediate South Dakota. Girls, Mrs. Gertrude Mahoney; In the shorC time the Beckleys Boys, Mrs. John Calquist; Senior have been here they have ,become girls. Mrs. Fred Borne; Adult well and favorably known; they class, Mrs. Ed Forbes. have both been active in city af- Plans are underway for an ad- fairs and Bill was serving as vice- ditional Sunday school room to be built on the east of the church president of the Sundance Corn- and it is hoped that funds and mercial Club. Beckleys successor has not ~been material will be available so the named, project may be started soon. X -X S0N BORN T0 X0S T County Signup saxaasxus aEczm Y for A. C. A. Mr. and Mrs. Robert ~J1errard of Sundance are the parents of a Totals 407 son born April 15 at Deadwood. He was named William ,Howard Slgnups for ACA practices in and weighed 7 pounds and eight Crook county reached a total of ounces. Mother and son came 407 by the deadline of May 1st it home April 22. is announced by the local ACA x. office. This figure is short of the total signed up last year. The CARD 017 THJL-~XS signup total was a surprise to To the .many friends of Charles committeemen as they ~believed it $chelldorf we want to extefld our would be considerably less since sincere appreciation and thanks the county allowance was cut for the expressions of sympathy,from a requested total of $124,- beautiful floralofferingsand 428.00 to a mere $34,550.00. o, WEAT'HER Our thanks also to the Ameri- can Legion for the use of the hall for funeral services. Max. Min. Prec. Art and Olive Schelldorf April 28 ....~:. ........... 72 40 0.08 Grandma and Harold ~chelldorfApril 29 ................ 80 55 0.00 Henry and Creta Lincoln April 30 ................. 72 45 0.15 Orville, Evelyn, Beverlyand May 2 ....................... 51 33 0.26 Shirley Lincoln Vera McCormick ~ May 3 ....................... 64 32 0.00 Celeste and Larry Gerwig May 4 ...................... 58 " 33 0.00 A1, Roslyn and Jack ~chelldorf Hope, ~kee Glenn and children B. F. Lincoln X GOOD FISHING AT DEERFIELD LAKE John Binney and son Arlis and Sidney Harvey and son Howard: were fishing Saturday at Deer- field lake, Deerfield, S. D. They report excellent fishing. ,Sial says they brought back 60 really noble trout. This ,was the first time the lake had :been opened for fishing. Y TIRES SPECIALLY DESIGNED FOR MUD AND SNOW TRACTION ---FORWARD AND REVERSE FUEL, Grover Harney business in Belle Urday afternoon. Ernest and Dale Friday n~ght at Mirror were on hand for urday morning season opened. They a nice catch of the ties. Lambing is in full the Ripley ranch and ranch. This rainy it quite a task and body on their toes. The Colony "Busy their 4-H meeting at the home April 25th. ~SDIVIDUKL STUDS-- HEAVY fee INm-'round trae-nnJ..--protects the rut scuffing *e SPECIAL TREAD -= Jougk end tidek Je~ eut reebdan~ * DOUBLE hie beube FUEL, OILS-and For the BEST in Motor Fuels and Lubrication let Seroice at for dentification and location of Oddfellows Graves in Mt. Moriah or Green Mountain Cemeteries Anyone possessing this information please notify C. L. GUIDINGER " Secretary Sundance Lodge No. 18, I. O. O. F. We would like to have information by May 24th Belle Refining Co., Belle Fourche, S. D. -- John Oshoto -- Jay Airheart, Seely -- Porter Long, Devils --Emery Williams, Alva -- Hejde Mere., Aladdin Page, Hul.ett--Alzada Garage, Alzada Nick Mitlo" Butte, Wyo. SundanCe,