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May 23, 1957     The Sundance Times
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Assembly Safe Set Today for Local High School An awards assembly for the Sundance junior and senior high schools will be held at 1:30 p.m., Thursday, Supt. Was Huckins said Tuesday. The public is invited to attend the program. Huekins said that on Friday both grade and high school stu- dents would attend school only in the afternoon to pick up their re- port cards. Last Monday, freshmen and sophomore students cleaned up the school playground while the jun- iors cleaned up after the prom. On the same day, the junior high held its picnic. The seniors also had skip day, traveling to Rapid City, Mt. Rush- more and Hot Springs. Floyd Hawken of Sundance has been selected as the fourth safe driver of the week. The selections are being made as part of a safety contest in which the county homemakers clubs are competing. (Continued from First Page) stool; Joyee Mercer and Marlys Willey, Cotton; Ruby Huseby, For- est; William Thorne, Lytle Creek; Gale Sehleuning, P.I.C.; Sandra For June 8-9 Finney, Johnson; and Nancy Lee Leonard, Thompson Creek. Vo-Ag Students End Year by Sundance Farm Bureau Local Holds Meeting Members of the Sundance Farm Bureau met Monday night for the regular meeting of the local which was held at the Ellis Livingston home. The local went on record as fav- oring the victory banquet. Joe Beal reported on the grasshopper program and Marshall Nussbaum reported on the livestock listings for the feeder catalog. Members also discussed the Western Regional Farm Bureau meeting set for Jackson. It was also revealed during the meeting that the Sundance local has 81 members. The next meeting of the local Bear Lodge FFA Holds Closing Meeting of Year Coroner's Jury Of At a coroner's inquest Thursday in Sundance, a coroner's jury ruled that Delmar Werre, high school senior killed May 15 in Sundance, died when he was struck and run over by a truck driven by Bill J. McG,Jigan of Spearfish. The jury in absolving McGuigan of any blame, said it found no evi- dence that a crime was committed upon the dec'ease0. The inquest was held in the of- fices of County Attorney Scotty Gladstone with County Coroner Ike Dudrey presiding. Serving on the jury were W. H. Blakeman, Frank Crago and Deane Bryan. will be held at the Marshall Nuss- . Testifying before the coroner's bpum home. jury were Charles Jones, who was with Werre when the accident oc- curred, McGuigan and State High- way Patrolman George Wilcox, who investigated the accident. Jones said he and Werre were out running when the accident happened. He said they had ran through town on the center divi- sion strip of the highway. The final meeting of the school Jones said that at the entrance year for the Bear Lodge FFA chap- to the fairgrounds, he told Werre tar was held Wednesday. they had better return since Up wild horse race, breakaway roping Cleanina Sho_D and team tying. A ladies barrel Vo-ag students at Sundanee high race will also be held. Father of Local school spent the last week of school The rodeo parade will be held fixing up the school shop. Saturday morning, June 8, at 10 Resident Dies The students painted benches a.m. A dance will be held Satur- and cabinets, washed windows, day night and a carnival will be cleaned tools, scrubbed and sealed open both days and nights if one Of Heart Attack the shop floor and sharpened some is available. of the hand tools. Admission prices "are $1.50 for adults and 75 cents for children. Sundance, Wyo. MaY Local Marine Pilot At Texas Station Child Care Unit Ends School hcld For Home Ec A unit in child care the school year for the ing 1 and 2 classes at high school this week. was held in the form school using first grade Tuesday activities in the Homemaking 1 clasS games, records, painting, and other activities. On day, both classes helped bake cookies. A few tinued with art work. An evaluation of the play school was held Mrs. Alger, from a fur Sheridan, spoke to the ahd Homemaking 2 day about the history names and how they are closed her talk with a some people are cheated furs. T BELLE FOURCHE, Discussed during the meeting Coach Harvey Crowe had told Friday, Saturday, The annual Hulett rodeo has were summer meeting dates, the them not to run too much. He Don Taylor been scheduled for June 8-9. The county fair, the chapter field and said Werre said no, let's run down "RIDE THE HIGH NRCA-approved show is sponsored the FFA-FHA-AY picnic, to the care. by the Hulett Roping Club. The picnic will be held Friday Jones said the~ had reached the The rodeo program starts at 1 with the group meeting at the end of the division strip when he Sun., Man., Tues., p.m. both days. The seven events school at 10 a.m. and leaving for heard the truck. He testified he Marlon Brando include brone "riding, bareback the picnic grounds. The picnic told Werre the truck was coming. "THE TEAHOUSE riding, bulldogging, calf roping, site will depend on the weather. He said neither of them looked AUGUST id, back at the truck. Jones said he was crossing to the left side of the highway when l~e heard the truck brakes screech. Looking over, he saw Werre run- ning to the right and into the path of the truck. He said Werre might have hit the bumper. Then, he said Werre Funeral services were held Tues- fell and the left front and rear day at the Anderson Funeral Home wheels of the truck passed over in Sturgis, S. D. for Louis Mayer, him. father of Mrs. Harold Nelson and Carl Mayer, both of Sundanee. Jones said that Werre was run- Burial was in Black Hills Na- ning with his parka hood up and For Jet Training lar Werre Marine 1st Lt. Charles C. Hejde, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hejde Funeral services for Delmar uW International of SUndance, is now stationed at Werre were held at 10 a.m. Friday the KingsviUe, Tax. Navy Auxil-at St. Paul's Catholic church Affairs Institute iary Air Station for all-weather, Sundance. Services were conduct- boys when Werre leaped into the fighter and jet pilot training, ed by Father O'Connor. Hejde will receive training in Rosary was held Thursday eve- Set Next Month path of the truck and disappeared. McGuigan said he hit the brakes the Navy's T28-B and in either the ning by Father McGovern. TV Shooting Star or.the F9F Pan. Burial was in Green Mountain Nineteen teachers and advanced but then was afraid of crushing the boy so he let up on the brakes ther jet. cemetery under the direction of students from the United States and eased the truck along slowly. Kingsville, called the home of the C. D. Roberts Funeral Home. England, Egypt and the Bel$ian He said he didn't sound his horn Naval air jet training, is situated The services were attended by Congo will attend the Univetsity as he approached the boys. Me- inland a few miles from the Gulf the entire senior class. Pallbear- of Wyoming's llth. Institute of Guigan said he had two horses in of Mexico on the southeastern ers, all members of the senior International Affairs June 10 - his truck and was starting to in- coast of Texas. class, were Mike Lindsey, Tom July 12 under stipends provided crease speed as he was leaving Beagle, Guy Fowler, Mervin Peter- by the Carnegie Corporation. Sundance. son, Kenny Glarer and Dennis Among the registrants is Donald He said he couldn't understand Wednesday, Thursday, Anthony Perkins" "FEAR STRIKES VistaVision tional Cemetery. never said anything when he called Mayer died suddenly of a heart to him about the truck. attack Saturday evening in a He said he was sure MeGuigan Sundanee-8:00 Whitewood store, was not exceeding the speed limit. MeGuigan told the coroner's jury Friday - that he was driving east through Sundance and had been watching 2~ the boys run for over a block. He May 24" said he was almost even with the I Dillavou. Salmon of Moorcorft. why Werre leaped into the right Theme of the institute this year hand side of the highway. McGui- Delmar Werre was born Dee. 5, is "Africa - Tomorrow's Contin- gan said everything happened Sunday - 1938 at Shei'idan. He attended ant:" grade school at Ranchester and swiftly. He said neither boy looked 21 Big Goose. He attended Sheridan around. May 26" high school in his freshman and Su'nd McGuigan said he was abreast sophomore years, ance Receives of Werre when the boy suddenly Spearfish, S.D. At Sheridan, he was a member crossed the center stripe to the o,,oeo Continuous Showings of the track team, winning several $151 for March right side of the road into the :~-~ Starting 7:15 p.m. ribbons, a member of the FFA and path of the truck. Wilcox told the jury he didn't j Week Days a member of the Italy Name Cigarette Sales believe McGuigan was exceeding church, the speed limit. He said the left q, Starting 2:15 p.m. He moved to Sundance with his A total of $57,288.75 in cigarette front tire mark of the truck was Sundays parents on Nov. 28, 1955. He was tax money has been distributed for 10 feet from the center stripe on Sat. Matinee, 1:80 p.m. a member of the 1957 graduating March sales, according to the state the right side of the highway." class at Sundanee high school cigarette tax division. Wilcox, stationed at Newcastle, Friday, Saturday, May 24-25 where he was a member of the Sundance received $151.11 and was in Sundance when the accident Chill Wills Lance Fuller Lettermen's Club and the Nation- Crook county $94.85. Other figures occurred and made the investiga-: T~H~/COLOR Cathy Downs Jeanne Cagney al Honor Society. were Moorcroft $108.01 and Hulett, tion. ' "KENTUCKY RIFLE" He is survived by his parents; $101.70. In Color two sisters, Marselle and Carole; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Chemical Fallow plus i&l_J J. Werre of Dayton; six aunts and.,..ialule**' Sundance wea.- "GANGBUSTERS~*P five uncles. - Project Set Up Initiated May The Times At Harper Ranch Renew s Into Honorary Sunday, Monday May 26-27 Henry Fonda In Alfred IIltcheock's "THE WRONG MA~" l Tam., Wed., Thurs., May 28-29.30 James Cagney "TRIBUTE TO A BADMAN" Color CinemaSeope Ill I I I I lll J-H Ranch, Hulett Deadwood Granite & Marble Works, Deadwood, S. D. Mrs. J. W. Bush, Whitewood, S. D. Joseph Beal, Sundance Mrs. Lyle Griffjth, Moorcroft Mrs. Jim Russell, Dayton Twenty-eight students were ini- tiated into the University of Wyo- ming chapter of Chi Gamma Iota, veteran's honorary, at ceremonies held at the university this month. Included among the new mem- bers are Roger T. Bush of Hulett and James O. Zane of Sundance. Chuck Allen, Extension agrono- mist, was in Crook county Monday when he and County Agent Gale Ludwig arranged for a chemical fallow plot on wheat at the Orville (Pete) Harper ranch. The Soil Conservation Service has been planning and arranging the project. AU