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(Continued from First Page) Typewriter Ribbons at plaques and cards and renewed its invitation for the state Board of Education to hold its convention here in the future. C. D. Roberts told the club about developments concerning a grain elevator which Tri-State Milling Co. had proposed to build here. Roberts said he had talked with officials of the company and that the company directors had said that because of the company's fi- nancial condition the elevator could not be built this year. Roberts said the company indi- cated it would keep the project in mind. The company said it would need an elevator holding 200,500 bushels. Mickey Trego spoke to the club on his trip to Boy's State. He was sponsored at the event by the Commercial Club. Raymond McIntyre, superinten- dent of Devils Tower National Monument, reported that at the end of May travel to the monument was up 20 percent over the record- breaking year of 1956 and that in- quiries were running 3 to 1 ahead of last year. Mclntyre said a new administra- Sidney Harvey of Sundance has been selected as safe driver of the week for last week. Harvey is the eighth safe driver to be selected by a trio of judges in the safety contest in which the county homemaker clubs are participating. tion building will be constructed ~ as ~ at Devils Tower this summer. He ..~U./ilI~IMEliEIIll said $50,000 had been allocated for kf WW Ilgllg IlSllill~ the building. (Continued from First Page) More than $200,000 has been loaned to Crook county farmers since June 30, 1956 by the Farmers Class ~f '32 Home Administration, the agency's county supervisor, DuWayne Pfarr, Gathers Here on said this week. During the same ll-month per- iod, repayment on outstanding 25th Anniversary loans totaled $150,000. Pfarr said the heaviest demand has been for credit to finance live- stock enterprises and for the con- struction of farm buildings. The repayments were on loans made during previous years and were primarily from the sale of livestock and wheat. cs Bow 13-4 to Upton As Errors Hurt Strikeouts and errors blossomed Heavy rain could not dampen the spirits of members of the class of 1932 of Sundance high school, which held its 25th anniversary re- union Saturday and Sunday in Sun- dance, Sixteen members of the class, their husbands and wives, held a dinner meeting at the Log Cabin Cafe and were then conducted~ on a tour of the high school by Super- intendent Wet Huckins. The group attended the dance at the high school Saturday night and posed for pictures Sunday on the steps of the old high school. Rainy weather cancelled picnic plans and a coffee hour was substituted. I. W. Potter, better known as in profusion Tuesday night at Up- Mack, janitor during the class mem- ton in a Black Hills league game bers high school days, also attend- when the Upton Merchants scored ed. a 13-4 decision over the Sundance The group made tentative plans Athletics. for another reunion in five years, Following the meeting, club Upton lefthander Ernie Andrade possibly on the Pacific Northwest whiffed 21 Athletics and gave up coast where 50 percent of the class members saw a film on the 1957 space in the bus and a time for just two hits, a single to Kubit- live. Tournament of Roses parade at swimming will be assigned, schek in the first and a single to Class members in attendance Pasadena, Calif. All students between the ages of Chuck Hejde in the seventh, were Gerald Joy, Everett Hum- 9 and 18, who attended the Sun- Meanwhile, Hejde himself pitch- phrey, Richard Hooper and Mrs. /dance schools this year, are eligible ed a strong ballgame, whiffing Leota Osgard, Sundance; Mrs. Julia for the program, eight, but errors sent him crash- Thompson, Spearfish; Mrs. Mildred Students interested are asked to ing to his first defeat of the year. Kokesh, Belle Fourche; Wilmer , (Continued from First Page) phone or go to the school to regis- The Athletics were guilty of nine (Bud) Williamson, Deadwood; Mr. ter before Friday noon. but placin~ second was Dorothy Marsh of Gillette. Two Sundance women swept R gh Sp i honors in the third flight. Irene OU ot n Mayer posted rounds of 58 and 53 for a 111 for first place. Second a at I16 was Claire Tracy with rounds of 58 and 58. The scores: CHAMPIONSHIP Merle Mattox ....................... 44-47-91 A minor traffic accident occurred errors and Upton contributed sev- and Mrs. Robert McPherson, Pa- en. louse, Wash.; Mr. and Mrs. Darrell After a mild threat in the first Potter, Klamath Falls, Ore.; Mr. Upton tallied five runs in the and Mrs. Robert Schloredt, Trout- second inning. Kubitschek dropped dale, Ore., and Robert Wood, Tor- Cummings' pop fly, Eisenhauer rington. doubled and Andrade strolled. Madrids's single chased two runs home and, after Hanson fanned, Son Born June 16 Kenneth Kellner walloped a round- tripper. The Athletics staged their only To J. P. Woods Hazel Kellogg ..................... 47-44-91 Sunday at the rough spot in High- spree of the night in the fourth. .Betty Durfee ........................ 47-45-92 way 14 at Beulah. The cars of The Athletics didn't hit the ball A boy weighing 7 lbs. 6 oz. was Jean Acord .......................... 4749-96 two tourists were involved in the out of the infield but six Upton born June 16 to Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ruby Fulkerson ........... 47-52-99 accident, errors let four Sundance run~ Wood of Moorcroft. The baby has 1ST FLIGHT C.A. Quigg of Webster Groves, score, been named John Delmar. This Dorothy Mileski ................. 48-45-93 Me. pulled into the left lane to Upton tallied four in the fourth is the Wood's fourth child and Mary Gust ........................... 4848-96 dodge a hole and the car following on two hits. a walk and an error second son. Helen Ilsley ........................ 51-47-98 Quigg, driven by Alden Valentine and added three more in the sixth. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wham of Moor- Helen Overpeck .................. 48-50-98 Martino of Sun Valley, Calif., col- O. C. Dinkins worked the final croft are the maternal grandpar- Lou Hoffman ........... : ........ 48-52-100 laded with the Quigg car. two frames and was touched for a ents. The paternal grandparents Kay Vergith ...................... 49-52-101 Martino had started to pass run in the seventh when Hanson Jean Rounds ...................... 50-56-106 Quigg and rammed the back of tripled with a mate aboard, are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wood. 2ND FLIGHT Quigg's car. Both cars suffered May Ryan ............................ 53-51-i04 moderate damage. 'Dorothy Marsh .................. 54-50-104 The accident was investigated by I00 Dotty Clarkson ............... 54-54-108 Sheriff Henry Oudin. Frances Roberts ............... 55-53-108 Margaret Wade ................. 56-53-109 Freida Morris ................. 50-57-113 Rev. Louderback Nora Katches 57-60-117 3RD FLIGHT Irene Mayer ...................... 58-53-111 Rearmointed as Claire Tracy ....................... 58-58-116 ~II* rrr i ml ~ Sally Goodfellow ............... 59-60-119 Methodist Pastor Josephine Tracy .............. 63-65-128 Betty Bishop ...................... 64-67-131 Claudis Carr ................ 69-68-137 Thelma Record ..... 78-61-139 Personal Items The 'Rev. Levi Louderback re- turned Monday after attending the first Rocky Mountain conference, uniting the Wyoming and Colorado state conferences of the Methodist church, held at Colorado Springs June 11-16. During the conference, the Rev. Mr. Louderback was reappointed to serve at the Methodist church here. Glenn Randall Phillips, resident bishop of the Denver area, presid- ed at the conference. Conference speakers were Dr. Eugene Smith, board of missions general secretary; Dr. Willis M. Tate, president of Southern Metho- dist University; and Charles C. Parlin, a senior member of the New York law firm of Sherman, Sterling and Wright. John Hills Parents First FB Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Seeley Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Pattinson and family. Mike Lindsey returned to Sun- dance Sunday after a ten day visit with relatives in Big Sandy, Mont. BELLE FOURCHE, SO. DAK. Thurs., Frl., Sat., June 20-21.22 Wait Disney's "CINDERELLA" plus Sterling Hayden William Bishop "TOP GUN" Sun., Men., Tues., June 23-24-25 Gordon MacRze Shirley Jon Of First Child "OKLAHOMA" Mr. and Mrs. John Hill of Yakima, Wash. are the parents of a daughter born June 9. The little girl weighed 7 Ibs. 13 oz. and has been named Sandra Jean. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cundy are the maternal grandparents. Victory Banquet One" hundred persons attended the first victory banquet of the Crook County Farm Bureau Sat- urday night in Sundance. The banquet was held at the Episcopal parish hall. Main address at the banquet was made by William L. Chapman, state commissioner of agriculture. Herbert Livingston, vice president of the Wyoming Farm Bureau, re- viewed the accomplishments of the Farm Bureau. Robert E. Vore, president of the Crook County Farm Bureau, served as toastmaster and introduced the guests. Entertainment was furnished by Mrs. Fred Kummerfeld, who sang, accompanied by Mrs. George GrouSer. Other musical numbers included a solo by Jerry Crago and a duet sung by Maxine and Louis Dillinger. Following the banquet, a dance was held in the Sundance high school gymnasium. Father's Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Pattinson and family were Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Janes and Juanita of Belle Fourehe and Mrs. Bertha Janes and Harold Janes of Sundanee. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Beagle accom- panied Mr. and Mrs. Alton Dybwad and Koko to the 77 ranch near Hulett Friday to get Dybwad's son David who had spent the day at the Dorman Ewing home. Eastman Color Wed., Thurs., June 26-27 Ralph Meeker Albert Dekker "KISS ME DEADLY" Sundance- June 2 20fh Cmdury-Fox Ism~ a~ P'ROOUCD AN[ ~w,~z~ r, tJJt ttl& June2 Spearfish, S. D. Fri., Sat., Sun., Mon. June 21-22-23-24 A PICTURE OF PROUD pEO A LOVE STORY. A CAVALC IIOVEL lit' EDNA FERBER m WARNERCOLOR .,,,~ ELIZABETH ROCK TAYLOR" HUDSON" Special Admission Prices: 75c, 50c, 20c NOTICE: Show time for Giant. One night at 7:15. No tickets sold after . r. matinee continuous from 3:15. Tuesday, June 25 Joel McCrea Marl Blanchard Technicolor Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat. June 26-27-28-29 Gordon MacRae Shirley jone# Gloria Grahame Gone NelsO ClnemaSeope and Technirolor