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The cafe will open for business Saturday, July 6. The new care is located in the Cool building on highway 14 between the Alabaster Shop and the Sundance Texaco Service. It was a close game down to the wire Friday night as the Sun- dance American Legion baseball team lost to the Gillette club by a score of 9 to 8. N. D. and Mrs. Alvena M. Bond, playing excellent ball and has The lady was about 70 years old principal of which will be a Sundance. Haug's southbound been winning games consistently and it developed that death en- large general store building f.or the company. The gentleman Who car traveling on highway 85 mis- during the last couple of weeks, sued from natural causes incident will take charge of the store sed the stop sign at the junction Next Sunday afternoon at theto old age. with highway 14, hitting the west- local ball park, the team will play Reports from Shelby yesterday expected to arrive here nex~ bound Bond vehicle on the right a double header, taking on the indicate that Tom Gibbons stood week. side. Seely team at 1 p.m. and playing up to Jack Demp ey for the full The city council have made FIVE YEARS AGO Both cars were extensively the Buckhorn team at 3 p.m..fifteen rounds, the decision going arrangements looking toward Thursday, July 4, 1968 damaged. These will be good games and a to the title holder, strengthening of the city's ware! Sen. Gale McGee has announc- Airman First Class Richard E. large crowd should attend. An Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haselton supply system. B. S. Bentley ed that Postmaster General Mar- Altaffer, Moorcroft, is being re- admission charge of 15 cents will have moved into Sundance andhas been employed and is now at, vin Watson has authorized con- assigned to Ellsworth AFB, S.D. be made. are occupying the Jelbert resi- work setting up the machiner.y, struction of four new post offices following his graduation from the Last Thursday, Sundance de- dence on West street. Mr. Hasel- preparatory to drilling a "qll in Wyoming including one at Sun- United States Air Force technical feated the Moskee team by a ton has entered upon his duties near the big reservoir at the re0 dance. Others will be located at training course for missile guid- score of 6 to 1; then on July 3 as deputy sheriff and janitor for to Sundance Mountain A verY Carpenter, Jackson and Pinedale. ance at Sheppard AFB, Texas.at Belle Fourche, they took the the county building, commendable move. " At Sundance, 2785 square feet Tom Bennick, Sundance, re- Belle aggregation to the tune of R. A. Hartshorn and Miss Paint is priced at $11.20 per ceived a bachelor of science de- 6 to 3. On the fourth of July, Mabel Collins, prominent young gallon. placef interiOrof theWillpresentbe provided1686 squarein gree from Black Hills Teachers Sundance defeated Buckhorn by a people of the Moorcroft and Little One of the showmen approache feet with 80 square feet of plat- College, Spearfish, S. D. May 24. score of 25 to 2. Missouri country, were married form space and 6000 square feet FIFTEEN YEARS AGO 1938 Nash for sale at Tracy at Belle Fourche last week and a Sundancer one day last wee . and asked if he could get a halt for parking and maneuvering on Thursday, July 3, 1958 Motor Co. for $935. are receiving the congratulations dozen ears of corn to use ins the outside, Frank Davis, Crook county as- . The month of June, just passed of their many friends, of their plays. The answer, v;a The Crook County Board of sessor from 1920-30 and one time was the dryest June at the Sun- Fire destroyed the ranch home that it would "be a half dO~J~ Commissioners appointed AmosHouston Creek rancher, drowned dance weather station in the thir- of Will Roark on the head of Kara years before he could get ~a,~ Ewing as justice of the peace in in the South Platte River near ty years the weather records have creek last Sunday afternoon. The much corn in this man's towi. Sundance and Jack Hughes in Denver June 27. been kept there. Only .65 of an family were visiting a neighbor Moorcroft. Ewing replaces Den Davis and his son-in-law, who inch of precipitation was record- at the time, and although the Denzin as justice of the peace were fishing in the river, sepa- ed. The.normal for the month of smoke was observed by several here. rated. When the son-in-law, Bob June is 3.17 inches. Fortunately, in the vicinity, the house and County Citizens Four Sundance women placed Bramblete, returned, he found many sections of the country re- contents were a complete loss by in the money during the state Davis face down in the river, ceived lots of rain during the the time help arrived. It comes Invest $6331 ill bowling tournament held in Tor- The list of announced candi- month, but it was very dry as a heavy loss to Mr. Roark, as rington recently, dates in Crook county was boost- around Sundance. there was no insurance and he Savings Bonds Naomi Thiemann placed' fifth ed to 16 Monday when Logan FIFTY YEARS AGO also had about $100 in cash at in the Class A handicap allBrimmer, Sundance businessman, Thursday, July 5, 1923 home when the blaze occurred. Crook county citizens investeJ. events. Merlene Elwonger fin- announced he would seek the Glen Hartman arrived in Sun- Apparantly the fire started in a $6,331 in U. S Series E and ished in 31st place in the Class Republican nomination for coun- dance Sunday for a short visitwoodshed where some articlesSavings Bonds'during the motl A singles, ty sheriff. In Class B, Vera Melanson was Delores Waiters, daughter ofwith friends. As former county were stored, including a supply of May according to county chair" agent, Mr. Hartman is well of matches. It is quite probable man Richard H. Durkee. .. 30th in the all events and tied Mr. and Mrs. William Walters of known and cordially esteemedthat mice are responsible. The May investment broU _ for 53rd in the singles. Irene Har- Sundance, and William VanZee, throughout Crook county. He is SEVENTY FIVE YEARS AGO the year s total tt $36,424 son of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Van- now assistant professor of agron- Wednesday, July fi, 1898 is 48.76 percent of the 1 risen tied for 67th place in the Zee of Horse Creek were married omy at the agricultural college Aladdin is the name of the Hay quota. singles. June 22 at Mt. Calvary Lutheran department of Laramie Univer- Creek town laid out by President Durfee further reported tl)a TEN YEARS AGO church in Sundance. ity, and is enjoying a few days Nix, and which will be the ter- Wyomingites invested $3,621, Thursday, July 4, 1963 ' Dr. Gale McGee, candidate for vacation from his post. minal point of the Wyoming and in Series E and H Bonds Home cooked food and home Democratic nomination as United Coroner William Roberts was Missouri River railroad at the the first five months of 1973, made pastries will be featured at States senator, addressed approx- to Colony Thursday to investi- Wyoming coal fields. Severalcompared to $3,304,450 for the Flamingo Cafe in Stmdance imately 150 people June 26 at the gate the death of Mrs. Abbienew buildings will soon be in same period last year, an according to Mr. and Mrs. Tony Democratic kickoff dinner inKing, who was found dead in bed. course of erection at Aladdin, crease of $316,997. Blando, owners. Hulett. _., Donald Blakeman, Tom Miller, James Zane of Sundance and Roger Bush all appeared on the dean's honor roll at the Univer- sity of Wyoming. THIRTY FIVE YEARS AGO Thursday, July 7, 1938 Rev. and Mrs. Luther Bostrom and baby daughter Elizabeth Ann arrived in Sundance on June 29 Igloo by a score of 6 to 3. Bill Mathews, 15, Beulah, has four broken toes and a fractured foot as a result of an accident on the Mathews ranch 23 miles south- west of Custer, S. D. June 25. Mathews was helping his father, Hubert Mathews rope cows when his horse fell with him, landing on the boy's foot. Frances Bond, Sundance, suf- fered a fractured leg in a two Sunday afternoon's game found to take up their work in charge the Sundance club still colder as of the Methodist church. They they dropped their game withleft New Haven, Conn., on June 17. Both Mr. and Mrs. Bostrom have degrees from a college at Woorster, Ohio, while Rev. Bos- trom just received his degree from Yale Divinity School. On their way west they stopped in New Jersey and Ohio to visit relatives. Rev. Bostrom comes from a family, of ministers, his father, gran ather, and great- grandfather, all following that profession. car accident at the junction of Rounding into mid-season form Highways 14 and 85 near Spear- the Sundance baseball team, un- fish Saturday night, tier the management of "Red" The accident involved cars driv- Hejde, and behind the pitching en by Roger Haug, Dickinson, of Dudrey and Dinkins, has been -- m_T- - _ ILl-- m_% ....... to the Sounds of 9 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. PRIME RIB Thursdays and Sundays Fran and Verlin Griswold Beulah, Wyoming I I I go Durfee's is clearing all sizes and all kinds of shoes for the entire family so if you're standing short, build yourself up by taking advantage of the clearance prices today. Durfee's has a good selection of ladies blouses, both western style and regular style and they are on sale right now, so hurry while the supply lasts! Men and boys shirts, and pants and ladies slacks also are a part of this clearance sale so buy now while you can save. Look for the $! table of miscellaneous articles near the front of the store and save now! Ph. 283-2082 Sundance