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A petition requesting the rein- statement of Dr. Thomas E. Brown as a resident physician in County 4-H'ers good standing to the Crook Coun- ty Memorial Hospital, was pre- Participate in sented to the county commission- ers at their meeting on July 3, District Judging by a group of Crook county citi- zens. The petition contained ov- er 200 .~ignatures. The petition read as follows: "The undersigned taxpayers or persons within the catchment area of the Crook County Memorial Hospital do petition and request the Hospital Board to forthwith reinstate without the formulation of reapplication Dr. Thomas E. Brown, as a resident physician in good standing to the Crook County Memorial Hospital. This Carla Linklater and Rodney Vineyard were the top judgers in the d/strict horse judging contest held at the Alden Robinson ranch on June 26. Sixty-two 4-H'ers from Crook, Campbell and Weston counties competed in the contest. Miss Linklater scored 368 out of a pessible 400 points to win the senior division. Rhonda Bush was second with 356; 3. Jolene Rath- bun, 340; 4. Jeanine Clark, 338; Keep Winning The Sundance girl's softball team kept their undefeated record intact as they ran their record to 3-0 with wins over Gillette (31-6) and Moorcroft (28-19). The girls used 19 runs in the third inning to easily put away the Gillette team. Cindy Sprague and Vicky EI- wonger each scored five times, Tina Sprague and Leslie Wagner four times, Janet Clark, Shannon Lee and Andrea Lee three times, and Debbie Morris and Anne Macy twice. Debbie Morris was the winning pitcher with Janet Clark catching. The Sundance Little Girls team was defeated 17-7 by Gillette. ~Against Moorcroft, the girls am, was behind 8-4 after one ning of play, but scored 11 runs in the second inning to give them a 15-8 lead. Shannon Lee had the big hit of petition and appeal is made with 5. Linda Linklater, 337; 6. Jackie the game with a two-run triple. ~ome knowledge and understand- Griffith, 334; 7. Jera Morris,332. The infield turned in some ing of the difference existing be- Vineyard copped first in thedouble plays to end Moorcroft tween the hospital administraUon, junior division with 336; 2. Karen threats. hospital staff, hospital board and Flasted, 334; 3. Bert Williams, Cindy Sprague and Leslie Wag- Dr. Brown. However, the under- signed feel that the overriding is- sue is the continued medical care provided by Dr. Brown." In reply, the commissioners stated that they can't fire the board or director because they have been appointed for a term of five years and a flagrant of- lense mustbe proven in court before they can be removed. 332; 4. Jan Linklater, 329; 5. Sha- ron Daugherty, 320; 6. Tim Bush, 319; 7. Kay Kanode and Dana Linklater 317; 8. Dan Brimmer, 316; 9. Joan Zimmerschied, 315; 10. Ogden Driskill, 309. Bill Per- kins, Wyola, Mont. was the offi- cial judge and Marlene Simons and Beeb Moeller were score- keepers. Providing the horses were, ner each scored four times, Barb Wagner, Andrea Lee, Debbie Morris, Tina Sprague, Janet Clark, Peril Cameron, all scor- ed three times, and Shannon Lee scored twice. Debbie Morris and Vicky EI- wonger shared the mound duties for Sundance. The girls softball team coached by Kevin Henke is composed of The citizens stated that the pe- quarter horses, Alden Robinson the following girls, Debbie Mor- tition was started to help the family, Ann and Bert Raudsep, ris, Vicky Elwonger, Barb Wag- hospital board realize that they Melody Rathbun, Jackie Griffith, net, Janet Clark, Shannon Lee, made a decision that the people of Crook County weren't in favor of. They also stated that they petitioned to get "to the bottom of this mess" in order to keep from having doctors coming and going all the time. The commissioners recommend- ed that the petition be presented during a meeting of the hospital board. Funeral services for Harold ~Dutch) Zimmerschied, 68, a long time resident of Crook county, were held Monday, July 2 at Moorcroft. Zimmerschied died early Saturday morning, June 30 in Belle Fourche, S. D. Services were conducted from the First Presbyterian Church, lloorcroft with Rev. Darrel Holmes officiating and Roberts Mortuary, Sundance, in charge of arrangements. Burial was in the Moorcroft cemetery. A longtime rancher and mail arrier, Zimmerschied was born Oct. 29, 1905 at St. Louis, Me. He was united in marriage No- vember 11, 1928 to Elsie Smith. To this union one daughter was born, Judy Ray, on November 12, 1938. On May 27, 1947 Zimmerschied was united in marriage with Kathaleen Graham. To this un- ion two daughters were born, Reta Kay on November 1, 1951 and Lenora Jay, December 2, 1962. He was preceded in death by his parents John and Emma and two brothers Lester and Oliver. He is survived by his wife Kathalein of Carlile; three daugh- ters: Judy, addres s unknown; Rita, Tyler, Texas and Lenora at home; one stepson Leonard Gra- ham, Jeffrey City, Wyo.; one brother Clifford of Casper; three grandchildren and two step grand- children; several nieces and ne- phews. Church to Hold Bible School Sundance United Methodist Church will hold their Vacation Bible School July 9-13 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the church. All children ages four and up are welcome to attend. Linda Simons, Roxie McCullough and Bernice Carmen. Roger Kyar and Edna Robinson supplied the Appaloosa horses. After the contest, Kay Hunhner- kock, Spearfish gave a demon- stration on equestrian riding. Crook county junior leaders served the lunch. -- I nnln /i ..... [ ~ _ _ __ Commissioners Receive Canyon Ro, Viewer's Report A viewer's report on opening of the "Canyon Road," beginning at the northwest corner of Sun- dance city limits, was presented to the Crook County Commission- ers at their regular July meeting. John Whiting, a disinterested elector, made the following re- port. The road would be kept in the same alignment as it is now. He recommended that there be prop- er drainage made on the road. The road would be graveled in portions required, he recommend- ed that an oil coat and chip seal be placed on the surface to im- prove driving surface and elimin- ate dust. The speed limit should be reduced to 20 m.p.h, as a safe- ty factor for the public, and that the gate at the NHF Ranch be removed." The names of the owners of the land over which the road passes are: Gilbert G. and Rhea I(. Von- driska, Patsy McLaughlin, Floyd N. and Florence M. Brunson, Gary L. and Peggy A. Jensen, Warren and Barbara Glick, George and Virginia Letellier, Walter and Joyce McKay, Lester and Donna Waugh, Allen and Di- ane Leslie, Roy and Rita Me Kenney, Edwin J. and Rosilea Meyer, and Roberts Construction Company. A petition to open the road was presented to the county commis- sioners at their regular June meeting. p Monda Jackie Holmes, Hulett, suffered numerous cuts, abrasions and bruises in a tractor accident near Alva July 2. She was driving a Ford tractor on a narrow road when some deer jumped out in front of her tractor. She swerved to avoid hitting the deer and rolled off y to At First Baptist Melody Allen, Tina Sprague, Jo- lene Skeesick, Andrea Lee, Deb- "The Edge of Gehenna," a bie Snyder, Cindy Sprague, Susan play with a biblical setting will Waugh, Leslie Wagner, Patty be presented by the drama team Macy, Anne Macy, Debbie Ellin~- from Faith Baptist Bible College ford, Perri Cameron and Jeame of Ankeny, Iowa, Tuesday , July Hibbard. 10 at the First Baptist Church in Sundance will host Moorcroft Upton at 7:30 p.m.. Monday, July 9 at 6:30. The play is the story of a pot- ii ii I Self-propelled with hay conditioner-12 ft. head Ph. 283-1355 III I Case 850 Air cooled engine, 12 foot head iiiii iii i Deere No. 9 Mower 3 point mower the rim rock with the tractor. The tractor then hit a dead tree some 20 feet down the hill, throw- ing her from the vehicle. The tractor continued its descent doWn the 70 or 80 foot hill. However, she was able to crawl back to the top of the hill where friends found her and took her to the Belle Fourche hospital. y 10 rch in Upton ter, his wife and dauzhter who live near Jerusalem. T~eir borne overlooks a valley which is a ~oarbage dump and burial place r the poor. The valley, calle~ Gehenna, becomes a symbol o~ Hell. nil 12 foot head ii Case 950 Water cooled engine, 14 foot head Int. Harvester 2 Pt. Mower For A Your Farm It's Tracy Motors. |1 Sundance