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June 20, 1957

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PEEK At the Past AGO 1952 THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. June 20, 1957 his brother, Del Evans, both of Oshoto, have filed and so has Carl Chaffin, Crook county rancher. Due to extraordinary moisture conditions in May, the range of the Bear Lodge district of the Black Hills National Forest is much far- to the mcmory of A. ther advanced and more dense first president of the than it has been since prior to Black Hills Pioneer As- 1930, according to Ranger T. R. the 21st Pioneers Picnic Cochran. Under sunny skies at TWENTY YEARS AGO June 15. It was esti- June 17, 1937 approximately 1800 peo- Death came suddenly and with- the ranger gate out warning to William H. Calqu- on the way to the houn shortly before noon on Mon- day while he was plowing in a budget of $157,600 field at his ranch west of this city. Crook county during After trying out the new mail year was received schedule for a few days, it was oard of County Commis- decided that it did not work out June 9. so well and so the Moorcroft-Sun- will be elected to danbe stage is back once more to board of trustees to the old schedule - arriving at 8:30 new county high school a.m. and leaving about 10:30 a.m. on June 24 when county Lower Kara Creek -- Friday io to the polls in all 23' night and Saturday, the 4th and 5th it snowed, actually snowed, not -~ The men of the just a few scattered flakes but are all busy putting enough so the ground was white meager hay crops, and it was an inch deep on porches Nixon was appointed the Wyoming District Hills Scout Council COuncil met in Newcastle IS AGO of Sundance will not rlo any irrigating from supply until further Durfee, mayor, said. was the scene Sun- is believed to be the ever to attend the Hills picnic - 3500. a hardriding cow- :lette, was winner of given in the 114 race from Gillette It took him 15 hours, ~nd 55 seconds to corn- Then Tromble cut his ~n axe while cutting a fence. The same him in the eye. He ~Oebe getting along as expected, but is on to trade in of the voting on the creating the Redwater district show Persons voting are in a plan, according to Willet Keyser. :ARS AGO of the opening sales barn was by the new mana- and Sam 24 has been set as Johnson, a resident Country for more than :d away Friday at daughter, Mrs. after short illness. entering the nOmination as county highlighted the coun- this week. Bert commissioner, and SPearfish, S. D. Fitted PROCTOR 300 J Deadwood Ward Store ~ITH LOGAN Buildl~ 555 S.D. and walks. An orator swung his arms and shouted: "Let's get rid of anarchy, Hitlerism, Fascism, socialism, bol- shevism, communism." And an old man in the back row said, "Let's throw in rheumatism." Tinton -- Our June winter came as a surprise to everyone. Reports are that about five feet of snow fell but when the storm broke only about three feet remained. The state highway department will let a contract this month for the oiling of the Colony road. This will complete that piece of high- way across the corner of the state. YOUR AUTHORIZED DEALER Deadwood, S. D. IGuest I Subscriptions IThe_ to ]Sundance JTimes ' ] To the second, third and ] fourth nam~ 0rawn from the ] box at Tracy Motor Co. in the | Mystery Ranch contest, The Sundance Times will give a J guest subscription. The win- J oers may name a friend, rela. J tlve or neighbor living in | Crook county who does not now [ subscribe to The Sundanee | Times, and these persons will | receive absolutely free a one | year subscription to The Sun. | dance Times. If the winners | are not subscribers, they will receive the free subscriptions. Join the Fun l Enter the I Contest at Join the fun each week. Fill out the correct name on an entry blank and turn it in right away. One gallon of antifreeze to the winner. 1. Every entry must be on a special entry blank provided by Tracy Motor Co. 2. All entries must be deposited in spe- cial boxes provided in the store. 3. Each week's contest will end each Wednesday noon. 4. To aid contestants a large llx14 Inch photo of the MYSTERY PLACE will be posted in the Tracy Motor Co. where ballot boxes are located. Details are much clearer in these enlarged pictures, 5. After this large photo has been on ,,~1 ' display one week, Tracy's will present it absolutely FREE to the occupant of the place pictured. 6. A smaller copy of the contest photo will be correctly identified and posted in Tracy Motor Co. following each week's contest. There it will become part of a permanent display of all the Mystery Air Photos in the Over-all con- contest, 7. The drawing to determine the win- ner will be held in Tracy Motor Co. dis- playing the llx14 photograph for the week. One winner will be selected from this drawing and will receive one gallon of anti-freeze. "k" Used New Holland 77 Baler with Engine 4c Used 76 New Holland Hay Baler . Used 25-V International Mower Used No. 5 John Deere Mower - Excellent Condition "k" Used Special Farmhand Loader With hay basket and pushoff 2 Used Large Farmhand Loaders "k Used John Deere B Tractor Good haying tractor Used Farmall H Tractor 4c Used Oliver 66 Tractor "Your International Harvester Dealer" Sundance, Wyo.