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Sundance, Wyoming
May 6, 1954     The Sundance Times
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May 6, 1954

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PEEK the Pas AGO , Air Fbrce aviators lost Saturday morning when crashed on the Bill ranch about six and one- east of Devils Tower Tail Creek. The plane bomber was corn- when it plunged ground. ~ Will have a dull time at the Sundance city elec- reason is that no ticket filed for the elec- Wednesday noon. was the rating given school band at the Wyoming district held Saturday at TOWer _ Robert Lassler, at the Anderson mill, cut about the knee timber with a power W. Brannum of Colony but safe following an destroyed his car he was driving on Chicago Creek. AGO A. Williams of Alva was Legion district at the spring confer- 5 held at Gillette. of the Hulett post. C. Hunt disclosed asked the state "Pub- Commission" to investi- of bus service Teeter has announced which was effec- as court reporter of District, a posi- held for 16 years. Early last Wed- Mr. and Mrs. had the misfortune home by fire while away. They were un- the house but did N save the ice house and cellar house. Bear Lodge -- The snow in the Bear Lodge Friday is gone again and the grass is looking greener. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Little of Sun- dance are the parents of a son born to them Monday at the Davis hospital in Sundance. FIFTEEN YEARS AGO May 4, 1939 Johnny Lawrence of Upton and Miss Daisy Chrisman of Sundance escaped serious injury early Sun- day morning when the car in which they were riding crashed into the highway bridge across Sun- dance Creek at the edge of Sun- dance. According to word received from James R. Simon, state fish warden, the state has definitely decided to purchase the Finch property on Sand Creek and will develop it for a public fishing area. i A mass meeting of citizens of! Crook county was held in the city hail in Sundance last Wednesday i night to determine the location of the poison plant in Sundance. A load of 1500 ring perch seined from Lake DeSmet was planted in the pond at the Sundance fair- grounds Tuesday and a second load of 2000 was planted Saturday night. Mrs. Jeff Mulholland of Cabin Creek passed away suddenly Sat- urday from a heart attack. Placer mining in the Bear Lodge promises to be more extensive this year than ever before in the his- tory of Crook county. TWENTY YEARS AGO May 3, 1934 One young man is dead and two others have painful injuries as a result of an automobile accident on the highway west of Sundance last Saturday morning. Jim Vines was given the death )enalty and Loyde Wilkerson a life sentence after the two were found guilty of first degree mur- der in District Court in Sundance last week. Upper Oak Creek -- Herman Knoff had the misfortune to be quite seriously injured Wednesday when his team ran away throwing him off a load of wood with the wagon running over him breaking several ribs and otherwise injuring him. He was unable to get help until the next day. For the first time in several years, Sundance again has a shoe repair shop. A shoemaker dropped into town last week and decided to locate here. He is from Neb- raska and has opened a shop in the Ogden building. NOTICE OF INCORPORATION Notice is hereby given that Stoneberger-Julien Construction, Inc. has incorporated under the laws of the State of Wyoming. Said corporation is formed to engage in and conduct the general business of contracting for construction work of all kinds; to enter into, make, perform, and carry out con- tracts of every kind, and to submit bids for construction work on building contracts and other con- tracts, and to do and complete the work necessary thereon; and to acquire, own, lease, operate and control, sell, mortgage, encumber or otherwise dispose of real and personal property necessary or useful in the conduct of said busi- ness. The amount of the capital stock of said corporation is $50,000.00 divided into 500 shares of $100 each. The term of existence of said corporation is fifty years, un- less sooner dissolved. The affairs of said corporation shall be managed by a board of three directors, and the directors for the first year are: Carl Stone- berger, Harold W. Julien and Chester S. Jones. The principal office of the corporation shall be at Newcastle, Weston County, Wyo- ming, and the resident agent thereof shall be Chester S. Jones. The directors are authorized to establish such other offices and places of business as may be nec- essary or useful for the benefit of the corporation. Dated 27th day of April, 1954. Carl Stoneberger Harold W. Julien Chester S. Jones Incorporators. May 6-13-20. Personal Items Weekend visitors a week ago at the Ray Robinson home were Mrs. Ford's new 130-h.p.Y.block Y-8 is the most modern in the automobile industry ... the only Y-8 in the low-price field! And Ford's ll5-h.p. I-block Six is the industrfsnewest Six. Both of these engines give you the smoothest, ~wingest performance you've av~ experienmd. in looks You'll see more Fords parked in front of the finest homes and coontry clubs than any ether car in its field. One reason is that many people who have owned the costliest cars realize that Ford offers the same beauty, quality and distinction-end for a far more practical price. ..~Q ....._ Ford's new Bali-Joint Front Suspeneion. ,. which allows more total up and down front wheel travel for a smoother ride.., keeps front wheals in line longer.., so handling stays easy linger. in resale value Surveys show Ford cars mtum more of their original cost when they are sold than any competitive make. So a Ford car costs you less to own. Or& the latest seven-month period cove~ed by!avellable figures, Ford has been the ~diou's best seller, That's because Ford ha$ pewed that it offer$ the mcet.., in engi. neering edvancements- m trend-satting Myling--in value! Ford is America's best seller because it's Amedce's best buy~ Worth more when you buy it... Worth more when you sell it! :i See It at your Ford Dealer's today! Effie Storm of Hulett and Mrs. Florence Blore of Port Angeles, Wash., who are sisters of Mrs. Robinson. It was the first visit to Sundance for Mrs. Blore since 1898 when her family came through in covered wagons. Other visitors at the Robinson home April 25 were Mr. and Mrs. Vernie Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Mill- THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sund~nce, Wyo. May 6, 1954 ard Dickey and Karen, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Durfee and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Durfee. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sherrard of Devils Tower were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sherrard Monday. ) A lot of people at age 65 ~ ( ( ,, answer to that problem. ~~ T OTA L LY NEW! Collegian {oral Cherry. Citron Ivory Colifornie Tan Green Six Camp~ Colors -- Semeitonel Tone At last! 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