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PAGE 8 M SUNDANCE TIMES FIVE YEARS AGO THURS., MAY 8, 1975 Dale Ruland, employed here with the Soil Conservation Ser- vice, has been elected command- er of the American Legion's Dis- tract 5 to which the Sundance post b longs. Gov. Ed Herschler has named Oshoto rancher Patti John Mc- Keen to a two year term on the Wyoming Land Use Advisory MAY 8, 1980 Coach Steve Hudson said Tuesday that 30 boys from Sun- dance will see action this week- end in the district track meet. Curt Moberg was elected as the first president of the Sundance Jaycees Monday night when the local organization was officially chartered. THIRTY-FIVE YEARS AGO THURS., MAy 10, 1945 After 15 years Sundance has a Bobbi Christoffersen, Alvin and employment, responsiveness to Wflfreda Fowlkes. The sheep the free enterprise system, con- shearers failed to show up, so the cern for the environment and afternoon was spent playing soft- ball, bad mitten, and flying kites. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. J.L. Driskill and Jarrod of Gil- lette, and Malcom Driskill paid a visit at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Ericsson and the Joe Svo- bodes. Cheryl and Jamie Graf return- ed Cameron Fowlkes to his home in Belle Fourche Tuesday mor- ning. They also visited Wilfred and Mary Bunney. Terry Fowlkes kept baby April for the day. maintenance of Wyoming's quality of life, preparedness and effectiveness of the legislator's perlormance during the session and dedication to the preservation of the spirit of the Constitution of the United States. Senator Earl Christensen and Representative Marlene Simons both received ratings of 8. WCBI groups include the Wyo- ming Stock Growers Association, Associated General Contractors of Wyoming, Petroleum Associa- Beth Alexander SDSM&T grad Beth Alexander is a candidate fofa GeoE degree from the South Dakota School of Mines and Technology {SDSM&TL Com- mencement exercises are sche- duled for Saturday at Rushmore Plaza Civic Center Theatre in Rapid City, S.D. Dr. Walter Rosenblith, provost (senior academic officer) of the Mass- achusetts Institute of Technology, will present the address. Tuesdw John Goertz and Clif- tion of Wyoming, Wyoming Farm During the 10 a.m. ceremony ford Fish accompanied Anita Fish Bureau Federation, Wyoming approximately 217 bachelor's de- to the Colony area. The two men Mining Association, Wyominggrees will be awarded, 23 rues- visited the homes of R.E. Priewe Retail Merchants Association, ter's degrees and one doctor's and Thorval Jansen while Annie Wyoming Trucking Association degree. was taking the census in the and Wyoming Wool Growers As- Beth is the daughter of Mr. and vicinity, sociation. Mrs. John Alexander, Sundance. At the Belle Fourche High Committee as Crook County'snew mayor. Jay Durfee, who has School library Tuesday evening a representative of the group, served as councilman the past two movie was presented published ....~...................~.......~......................~...................~.................................................................................................... Winter may be determined toyears, was electedto that office at by the Public Broadca~ Co. iii'"' ............................................... ~'S~~'~ ................ ""''''"""""""""~iii go on forever in the Bear Lodge the city elections held yesterday, pertaining to Ran Ericsson s line ::i::i Continuing The Crook County News i!ii because Forest Service and Soil The next meeting of the Junior of work. Part of the movie was !::is: {An Independent Newspaper} ili:: Auxiliary will be held at the taken at the A.L. Ericsson ranch iiii Publication #-USPS 526-720 !:i: Conservation Service personnel measured snow courses May I Locker Plant May 16. during branding tirne. Several of Second Class Po~mge Paid at Sundance, Wyoming82729 and found Warren Pe~lk and Because of the sugar shortage the neighbors were shown on the Entered as Second Class Matter in the Post Office at Sundance, Reuter Canyon courses with a at home and abroad, together screen. Among those attending Wyoming82729 record amount of snow on the with transportation difficulties, were Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Ericsson, Member National Newspaper Association ground for this time of year. the Cheyenne CPA office has an- Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fish, John The Sundance Times is a legal newspaper for all publications. TEN YEARS AGO nounced that it has been neces- Goertz, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fish, Telephone: Area Code 307-283-3411 THURS., MAY 14, 1970 sary to reduce the amount of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nilson, and Published Every Thursday by Preliminary figures from the caning sugar per family to 70% of Mary Bunney. M SUNDANCE TIMES, INC. 1970 census show that Sundance the former supply. Diane Pickett babysat two year Allen Hermann, Howard Allen, Co-Publishers and Moorcroft both gained pop- SIXTY YEARS AGO old Abbey Hall, daughter of Mr. Note: If changing address, Please include former address. ulation while Crook county show- WED., MAY 12, 1920 and Mrs. Lonny Hall, while Linda Also give zip code, box or street address. ed a population decline. It is understood that Crookhelped work cattle Tuesday and S~ONRATES Mrs. Prentiss G. Hall, Moor- county was without representa- Wednesday afternoon. ToP.O. Address in Wyoming and Butte, Lawrence and Carter croft school librarian, has been tion at the democratic state con- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Svoboda Counties, $7.00 per year. spent Wednesday in Belle To P.O. Address Outszde Wyoming, $8.00 per year. SchoolelectedLibrarySeCretarYAssociation.f the Wyoming thisVentinweek.at Lander on Monday of Fourche at their daughter's Minimum Sub~xiption, 6 months--S5.00. Lovely Susan Speidel was Mrs. Irene Ruggless has ac-home, Mrs. Jim Storm. Sue andPOSTAL REGULATIONS REQUIRE THAT SUBSCRIFPION BE crowned Miss Crook County for cepted a Crook County school and Frances gave each other per- PAID IN ADVANCE. 1970 at the Miss Crook County will as soon as possible take up manents. DEADLINE: 5 P.M. MONDAY OF WEEK TO BE INSERTED. Scholarship Pageant here Satur- the duties in the Livingston WANT AD RATES: 10c Per Word Each Insertion night, neighborhood. State legislators !~ii MINIMUM CASH INSERTION 50c ii~i ~EN YEARS AGO No one denies that road con- i~!i MINIMUM CHARGE INSERTION $2.00 !iii T~d~.., MAY 13, 1965 ditions are extremely bad, but ratedbyWCB! ii! ~VISPLAYVerColumnInch $2.00 !!:::: :Sundance voters Tuesday they are not so bad and have not ii BLACK FACE READER ADV.-Per Line 35c and Industry (WCBI) has reveal-NOTE: Want Ads not ordered to be published in consecutive h~ Wyoming Party running the mailservice from Upton to the ed ratings for the 1979-80 leg- issues of The Sundance Times must be reordered for each ~tes Lloyd Cole and Rex Dillon extent it has. a~ city councilmen by a heavy islative sessions. Lawmakers subsequent insertion. n~a~ jority, were rated on a scale of 0 to 10 PUBLISHER'S NOTE: with 0 the lowest and 10 the ilii All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the ilii ~* %%%%~*~%*..~%%%i'%%%~''*%%%`%%~.%`%~*~*~~.~~%%'%~.*%~***%~'~~.~~~%*~%..-.*~`'%~ ~'~_: ............................. ....v.% ............ .. ............................. ....v .......... ..v.. ........ ....-. ........ ..._.v....... .......... %"0! highest, ii~i Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to ::i!i iNorth Bear Lodgeill , The legislatorswereratedon iiii advertise ' any preference, limitation, or ~tion based on "!i! il the basis of their votes and at- !iil race, color, religion, sex, or national origin, or an intention to ii! titudes including but not limited iiii make any such preference, limitation or discrimination, i!!:: to issues that have bearing on iiii The newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for i!i! iIi Wilfreda Fowlkes fiscal responsibility, inflation !ii real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are i~ii versus good economic climate, ::i::i informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are i~ii ~::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::~:::::.:::::.:.:::::::::::::::.~:::::.;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::~:::::::::: legislation detrimental bone- i i a~ble on an basis, i~ or op . rtum if! ............... ficial to the business community, ================================================================================================================================================================================ ~" April 30, 1980 ~Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fowlkes Johnnie Dunbar went to Gene Seen were in Spearfish and Brimmer's to bring home orphan ~lle Fourche on business Friday. lambs to raise. Eddie Gantz and ~er visiting at the Wilfred Bun- children, Wilfred Bunney, and ~s they picked up Cameron Wilfreda Fowlkes called briefly at Fbwlkes and took in the movie at the Fishes' in the afternoon. the drive-in before returning Eddie took several lambs home with him. ~. Cameron accompanied his and family to the ranch to Card players at the Clifford ~nd a few days. Fish home Saturday night were Friday the Devil's Tower FFA Mr. and Mrs Jim Dacar, Mr. and of the Hulett school Mrs. Joe Svoboda and Bob, Mr. a blood bank at the and Mrs. Larry Fowlkes, Sonny Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Christoffersen, John Goertz, and and Wilfreda Fowlkes each a late person, Wilfreda Fowlkes. a pint of blood. Following the Prom Saturday noon Wilfreda Fowlkes evening, Anita Fish traveled to Hulett to bring home Mike and a brief caller at the Joe Kelly VanPatten who remained at home to pick up Alvin's the Fishes' for the rest of the evening Mike Fish, weekend. md Wilfreda Fowlkes at- A noon day picnic was held at Junior-Senior Banquet the Ran Graf home Sunday with Prom at Hulett. Mike servedthe following present: Mr. and Mrs. Louie Fritz, Mr. and Mrs. morning Jerry and Larry Fowlkes, Sean and Cam- Fish, John Goertz, and eron, Sonny, Scott, Becky, and 1980 KZ7501LTD ................... $2350 New 1979 KZ1000 Shaft .......... $3499 1979 KE125 ........................... $949 1979 KD100 ........................... $699 1975 Chevrolet V2 Ton 4x4 ....... $2995 1973 1/2 Ton 4x4 .............. $1899 1975 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Landau $2795 1977 P! ymouth Volare ........... $2295 10 A.M. - 5 P.M. . Refreshments . All models Available . Special Prices on Stoves & Stovepipe Ph. 283-2971 Sundance I don't feel so good! You'll feel much better if you know that immred with a local independent agent, such as Agency. We are not employees of any company, we represent you in getting full settlement leas chdms. Ph. 283-I182 In order to settle the estate of the late following personal property will be sold at Wennberg ranch, which is located 2 miles Whitewood, on the Whitewood Valley Road. 9 SALE ~: 10 A.M. Lunch will be available all day. LIVESTOCK 42 Head of Herford and Herford-Angus Cross Cattle; of First Calf Heifers; 6 Head of Cows coming with their calf; 3 Head of Cows coming with their third calf and 11 Cows ranging in age from 5 to 8 years old. All are bred Angus or Hereford Bulls and are due to start calving So all should have calves by their side by sale day paired up and sorted for ages and sold in lots to pmdmsers. 18 Head of Angus-Herford Cross and -Heifers and Steer Yearling cattle that will be sorted for size to satisfy the buyers. Good corrals and on a good ro~ll they csn be loaded out conveniently. MOBILE HOME: 1972 Conestoga 2-Bedream 14x16 Mobile Home with and Washer & Dryer Hookup, Triple Axle and Skirting. VEHICLES & FARM MACHINERY: 1974 Ford Maverick 2.Denr Auf# ~, Automa~ and 24,000 miles; 1973 Chevrolet C-10 Pickup, Wide Box, 4 SI~., 23,000 miles; 1963 Chevy V2 Ten Pickup, 6 Cyl., Long, t and Stock Rank; 1962 Ford IkN Tractor In Perfect Shape; Case No. 60@ Cme-O-Metk:, ~ Power, Power Steadng, Wide M~mM en Diamond T Truck Chassis with 6 Cyl., Chevy and Gmpl:4e Fork; Ford No. 501 Seven Fen1 Mow~; Ford 2 Bottom Ford 2 Bottom Disc Plow; Ford Cultiveter with Sweeps; Ford Rear ~k:ou~; Case 2 Bottom 16 Inch Pull Type Plow on Rubber; en Rubber, Power Llfl; Graham-Homme 8 Feat High Clearance FMtd with Slakes, Hydraulic Lift; Call 3 Section Heavy Duty HarroW; Cleererce Rubber Tired Wagon; Factory Made Rubber Tired Powd~ River Cattle Squeeze Chute; Registered Cattla Brand -J Left Irons, Paid to 19e5; Stock Saddle with Blanket; Chaps; Seckll Alfalfa Bead. FARM: RANCH EQUIPMENT: 300 Gallon Gesoline Tank on Ste41 Fuel Barro~; Gambles 8 H.P. Riding Mower; Push 3 lle~; Wood Phmes; Levels; Harness Parts; Tool Chests; 8perk Plug Cleaner; Auto Body Tools; Wood Working Tools; Mmmm~ Tea~; T~p and Die Set; Electric Drill and BIN; Sabre Saw; 8awe; Horse Shoe Nails; Kerosene Lantern; Cream Separator Garden Hole; Buckets; Push Type Lawn Mower; Electric Wire; Coal Bud(at; Co~)lero Shoe Last; Tool Boxes; Air Compre~or; Extension Cord; Sarep Iron; Treated Posts; Pitch Pests; Sleel Posts; Tshq=hone Wire; Plow Lelghs; Pitch Folks; Shovels; Rakes; PImellng; Uesd Tires; Mls. Hand Teals; Craftsman Electric Engrav~lt; Gun and Mlells; 22 Caliber Pump Gun and Shells; Fishing Tat(IK Phwesnt; Mounted Owl; Set of Steer Horns; Bird Cage; Camera; Horns and many other Items. FURNITURE, ANTIQUES & COLLECTORS ITEMS: Atweter Kent Speaker; Pump Organ; Chord Organ; Conventional Washer; D~; Ikdgler Oil Burning Heater; Day Bed; 2 China Cupboards; Fmzeq, Rofrlge~tor; Kitchen Cabinet; Wood Bedstead; Treadle Sewinil Monarch Kitchen Wood and Coal Range; Wood Burning Heater; Mattmes; 5-Pleea Bedroom Set; China Closet; Dinatta Table and Room Chairs; Antique Cider Press; Chests of Drawers and Drosears; John; Wheal Chair; Antique Reeard Player; Wood Shelving; Metsl Mirrors; Small Wooden Tables; Trunks and Suitcases; Storage BeX~; Blankets; Sheets; Pillowcases; Linens; Towels; Curtains; Drep~; Siomge Boxes; Floor Fan; Eureka Vacuum Cleaner; Electric Broom; Heater; Trash Cans; Metal Port-A-File; Miscellaneous KIt(:h4n Wire; Stole; Mammger; Walking Canes; Zenith Colored Televlslen; Platform Rocker; Smoke Stand; T.V. Stands; Lamps; Desk; Table Portable Battery Radio; Wall Clock; OIgltal Cloak; Table Top Ovgn; Cabinet. Wooden Halltree; Wall Rifle Rack; Plane Bench; Kitchen Bar SIO~; Gallon Cream Cans; Meat Saw; Stone Croc~s and Jugs; Butter Churn; Pictures and Picture Frames; Wall Mirrors; lind Pans; T.V. Trays; 2 Kerosene Lamps with with Wall Brackets; Kitchen Stool; Small Cedar Chest; Perslsn Throw Rug; Iknell Cadar Chest; Books; Wall Lamp Holder; Stone Crocks Chandeliora; G~ Lantern; Trunks; Set of Enderko Stelnlees Silverware; Presto Double Griddle; of Ball Point Pens; Collection of Salt and Pepper Shakers; Mb. ~; Sewing Boxes; China Thunder Mug; Sad ime~; Buttons; Christmas Deeamtiom; Coin Collection, $5.00 Gold Co~litlen; Unclrcuiotod Sliver Coins, wheat Slrow Pennies, EI.; Maker; Alarm Clock; Botmry Lamp Inolde-Outslde Thermometer; Set; Mlsealleneaus Cutlery; Heir Dryer; Bread Beard; Knick-K~ Fleshliqh~; Home Barber Set; Many, Many to mention. GUEST CONSIGNMENT 1964 Jofm Deere 2010 Dleael Tractor with 3 Pelnl; 1967 Ford S000 with 8elect-O-Speed and Tractor Chelna; Old Mountain Lumber Duty Geaeaneck Trailer with Tilt Flat Bed, Tandem Axle; CaN 10 Wheel Disc., Hydraulic; Allls Chelmero All Crop Grain Drill with Grams Seed Attachments; Gambles Gmenkeaper "25" 3 8p~d Mower; 1N7 lk:out 4x4 with metal TOp, good running condltlen; 8uburb4n 380 Auto Tmnmnleelon; 9 Foot Topper for Long Wide BoX. I aw-81o OWNER: Willard Estate J~k k PkXZ,u~ ~.4m3 ~ U,z~ ~pm~h, 4m.,~rm c~,~ Mm Mm~r, amm~ DroNe Mmmc Whitewood Charles Dale Hanson, ,}