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PAGE 12 THE SUNDANCE TIMES JUNE 28, 1979 Peek af the Past FIVE YEARS AGO THURS., JUNE 27, 1979 Fire danger is high and the potential for largo wildfires is mounting rapidly with high daytime temperatures, low humidifies and wind accord- ing to officials of the United States Forest Service, Bear- lodge District, Sundance. Kim Sprague and Clay Ellin~ord, Sundance, and Cotton Kock, Upton, each placed at the National Junior Oiymp~ AAU meet held Saturday and Sun- day, Jtme 22, 8nd 23, at lz~g Beach, Calif. Keny Proctor, Sundance High ~ ~zdout, h~-~ signed a National Letter of Intent with the University of wy~ning ~xd~,ig to UW wrestling coach Joe Dowler. "Everybody started wa- tering and the water level in all three tanks got too low to insure adequate fire protec- tlonso we had ~ impese ~ome kind of restriction," stated Allen ~ards, ~gon- eral commism'oner, about the recent request by the city for edd-even watering days. He said he doesn't know how long the restriction will be in effect but says the city is working on the problem. TEN YEARS AGO THUlt&, JUNE ~, Igeg John Windsor and Ted (kr were elected to three=year terms on the School District No. 1 board during the board's annual ele~on Tueedey. Offic~ canvaes of the voteswas made Tuesday ~zht by the bo~. Cc~ty officials are in- vestigating a break-in which occurred some time Sunday night or early Monday mor- ning at the Taste~Freeze drive-in. The thiyes took a 46 automatic pis~l, cigaret- tes, gum, a flashlight and some tools. A $1,218,928.30 contract on the Sundamw 1-90 mar- ginel route was awarded Thursday to Brazel & Sims Construction Co., Lander, by the Wyoming Highway Commission. Project engineer R.L. Streeter said the pr~ect shon~ he ~ by September 1970. Donations to the local swimming pool fund bace re=bed m00, ~ to Dick Durfee, who is acting as custed~ for the funda. FIFIEEN ~.~AtS AGO THURS., JUNE ~, 1964 Vicious weather continued to mte throughont the Tri, State area last week but Sun- dane, managed to escape the v~,st of it. A tomtdo..trong winds, heevy rai~ and eooding were ~ = varlo~ pe~nts. Jim Giedd, Crook Coanty "tratm since 1961, has been trmmfen~ to Lmbon, N.D. md Mrs. Margmt ~, director of nurses, has been mined ~tng ~mtor. A North DainXa couple, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mag- elky, purchased the At~din Store last week from Astor Jcmtan and Ralpth Peters, t~rators of the business for the last 7% years. The Sundance Recreation ~tam mid unofficially this week that it was con- sidering dropping the project to build a swimming pool here. A spokemnan for the group said the swimming pool pro- he w2.un- less local residents showed more enthusiasm for the project. THIRTY-FIVE YEARS AGO THURS., JUNE 29, 1944 It. Donald P. Stubbart and Claudeau Jones of Sheve- port, Louisiana, were united inmarrmge" at the homo of the bfide~-s parents at Mc- Leod, Texas, Tuesday, June 4.. They will make their home in Shreveport until Lt. Stub- bart is sent across. Jimmy McGuckin arrived homo Sunday from Pulton, -Missouri, where he has been taking collego work under the navy V-12 program and Ires now finished the equiva- lent of the Junior year in co,ego. He will return to Fulton the latter part of the week to receive further or- ders. SIXTY YEARS AGO WED., JUNE 25, 1919 Miss Alma Karrer of Houston Creek is to leave soon for Switzerland, her old home, going by way of Den- ver for a visit before emhark- ing. Harry Reynolds and wife came in from Rocky Point last Thursday, bringing the former's mother, who had made a visit with the families of her sons. Miss Agues Mauch and Master Raymond Sterns left last Saturday to take up their courses of a few weeks at the Wyoming university at Lar- amie, won in Crook county EIGHTY YEARS AGO FRI., JUNE 30, 1899 Charles Nettelhorst has secured the contract for carrying the Sundanco- Inyan-Kara marl, and will enter upon his duties on July 11. Georgo Clayton, a brother-in-law of Clint Wells, was accidentlly drowned in the Belle Fourche above the Devil's Tower yesterday. Ole Olson and Mr. Bell engaged in a scrap on the streets early Sunday mor- ning. Upon being separated by the dty marshal, Ole persisted in the use of ob- scene and profane language, whereupon he was lodged in jail for several hours. tLittle Missouri June 21, 1979 Mrs. J.O. McDom~ was an aRmmon visitor of Mrs. Jack Foster and Sonny Mon- day the llth. Mrs. Merton Foster was a morning visitor of Dan/se and Rho~ Mc- Donald wss a dinner and s~moon visitor Wedm~ley the l~Rh. Mr. and Mrs. J.O. McDonald were Father's Day supper and dinner guests of go~rs. Lynn Alexandria was an afternoon and supper guest of Fo~em Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Foster and Sonny were Tuesday afternoon caJlers of McDon- aids. Mr. and Mrs. Tim Moore and Ginger were shoppers in Gillette the llth and visited Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Norlin. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jay and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jay and Tom Moore were Sunday guests of the Tim Moores the 10th. Mrs. Tim Moore and girls and Alice Jay were Belle F~e sh?p~rs Wednesr day. Saturday afternoon visitors at Moores were Reba and Frances Dorsett, Mr. and Mrs. Hud Nelson, Mrs. and Mrs. Walt Wolfe of Minnesota. Sunday the 17th Mr. and Mrs. Tim Moore and daughters helped brand at Ivan Moores. Wednesday the 20th those who helped brand at Tim Moores were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fish, John Goertz, Ivan Moore, Milton Tope, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jay and family, Joyce Lobban, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jay, Mr. and Mrs. Zack Jay, Mr. and Mrs. Loran Bartlett and Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hill and family of Upton and Tom Moore. On Thursday Moores helped brand at the Bill Jays. Frances Dorsett flew to Rapid City June 15th return- ing homo from visiting Becky in Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dorsett and Frances attend- ed the Bear family reunion at Devils Tower Sunday the 17th, other family mombers there were Donna Doreett and Mr. and Mrs. John Mor- ris and family. Frances returned home to Gillette with John and Anna to spend the week visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Maupin and Tom were supper guests Monday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Symonds of Stur- gis. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Arpan were afternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Raber Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Clark were Friday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Raber and family. Gene Brimmer flew to Ra- hers Saturday morning for a brief visit. Jack and Mserton Foster and Ron Raber were afternoon visitors. Art Linklater and Tim Birch were callers during the day Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Raber drove to Spear- fish Thursday to visit Mrs. Ron Raher and baby-girl at ~fi_~. h Lookout Memorial Mr. and Mrs. Ron Raber had a baby girl June 21st at Spearfish hospital, she joins a brother Justin at home Dee Clark was a Friday visitor of Rabers. Mrs. John Morris and children spent the 13th and 14th at her parents homo, the Ray Dorsetts, while John flew to Anapolis on company business. Mrs. Leon Jay and children were Wednesday morning visitors of Dorsetts. DoLores Rupp arrived by plane Friday the 8th at Whit- neys, and they were supper guests of Bob Arpmm Mon- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brimmer and Roger, Zathx~ RuseeU, Scoggin, Mr. and Mrs. Jhn Watts and Jamie were sup per guests and helped dock lambs at Whitnesy Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Whitney and Do- Loros Rupp were Thursday evening visitors of the Gene Brimmers. RObert Cummings, Devil's Tower has been awarded an honor scholarship to Casper College. Selected by his high school, Cummings will re- ceive a two-year tuition scholarsh/p beginning in the fall semester, 1979. Tuition scholarsh/ps were also awarded in various di- visions at the collego. These included Kathleen Lind, Sundance, fine arts; Mark Baron, Moorcroft, life science; Joseph Baron and Cindy Mellott, MoorcroR, social science; and Randy Neugebauer, Moorcroft, ,~h~/lzv" SEE at The POST Row Crop. Allis Chalmers & Massey Ferguson Rotary or Regular NEW OWATOMMA o," 26S Med'dnm READY TO GO USED SWATHES Owatomm 270 12-ft., Owatomm 270 14-ft., Mammy Fergumm 36 14-ft., Auger 14-ft., Heemm 260 16-ft., Case 850 12-ft., Owatomm 80 Owatomm 90 Imperial 12-ft., Owatmma 35 14-ft. * LEON 36' ROD 20 T, ON From 40 to NEW ALLIS C TR From 40 to Used New Holland 985 Combine New Massey Ferguson Combines - 550 or 760 New Allis Chalmers Combine L2 tmc s Baddmm Traikn New & Used BALER TWINE BRIDON Pt.ASTIC HEAVY SlS/ $13.95 $13.95 * EXXON PLASTIC Round Baler Twin~ ~ $12.95 in Stock See the Store with NO City 31/z Miles East on 212 Belle Fourche,