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PAGE 2 THE SUNDANCE TIMES JULY 9, 1981 Fabulous Forties reunion Some members of the first Sundance Kindergar- ten class are pictured above. The class was held in a private home. From left to right in the front row are: Daisy Blakeman Dennis, Betty Duca Duff•e, Fawkes Anvik and Iris Bryan Hughes. On the top row is Dick Durfee. Gerry C/ Pictured in the back from the left are: Paul Smith, Dale Pattinson and Norma Beagle Bernd. Allen. Pictured in the front row from the left are: Ellen o•ollOle•a•••oll•lleUOllellelall•leleBeleaeleRaleReIQ • " Hulett ." • " Florence Osborn ." • a ~IOOeOODOOe•eie•eoooeo•Bo•o•oooBenoioooIIeooIIeBo~ July 6, 1981 pneumonia patient. July has brought us real sum- July 3 marked the 59th Wed- • mer heat with temperatures in the ding Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. high 90's to 100's and a good Zack (Ernie Wells)Jay and it was heavy rain is badly needed here. observed with open house at their Those who have hay are busy home from 2 to 5 p.m. Planned by trying to get it taken care of. their son and daughter-in-law. Kelly VanPatten is back home Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jay and all after several days spent at the grandchildren and their families. St•dance Hospital as a Many relatives and friends from THE SUNDANCE TIMES Continuing The Crook County News (An Independent Newspaper} Publication #-USPS 526-720 Second Class Postage Paid at Sundance, Wyoming 82729 Entered as Second Class Matter in the Post Office at Sundance, Wyoming 82729 Member National Newspaper Association The Sundance Times is a legal newspaper for all publications Telephone: Area Code 307-283-3411 Published Every Thursday by THE SUNDANCE TIMES, INC. Allen Hermann, Howard Allen, Co-Publishers NOTE: If changing Laddress, Please include former address Also give zip code, box or street address, S~ON RATES To P.O. Addresses in Wyoming and Butte, Lawrence and Carter Counties, $7.00 per year. To P.O. Address Outside Wyoming, $8.00 per year. Minimum Subscription, 6 months--S5.00 POSTAL REGULATIONS REQUIRE THAT SUBSCRIPTIONS BE PAID IN ADVANCE. DEADLINE: 5 P.M. MONDAY OF WEEK TO BE INSERTED. WANT AD RATES: 15c Per Word Eadh.Insertion to be Paid in Advance MINIMUM CASH INSERTION MINIMUM CHARGE INSERTION ~FIED DISPLAY Per Column Inch CARD OF THANKS BLACK FACE READER ADV.-Per Line PUBLISHER'S NOTE: Fredrickson Ewing, Reed Chittim and Jean Vines $1.50 $2.50 $3.00 $2.00 35C All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to advertise "any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin, or an intention to make anysuch preference, limitation or discrimination." The newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real eat•t• which is in violation of the law. Our readers are informod that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. far and near came with good wishes and to visit. Special guests were, Mrs. Vernon (Flossie Young} Wells, a sister-in-law, and her son Robert Wells and wife all of Sand Point, Idaho. Also. anoth~'r neice, Mrs. "'Chuck" Leger, husband and daughter of California were pre- sent as were many relatives from Gillette ...... SEE GARY BARCLAY 283-2211 1977 Jimmy 4-speed, AC, real clean $4495 Bruce Ehrlichor Chevrolet-Buick Ph. 642-2766 Spearfish, S.D. The Assembly of God Churches of Wyoming are holding a week of Camp Services at Camp Beard located between MateD Village and the Carlile area. It opened July 3 and many are enrolled to enjoy the splendid services and fellowship. Mrs. Elvin Rush accompanied by her daughter Pare and mother Mrs. Mamie Stoddard were busines callers in Sundance one P.M. during the week. During their absence Mr. Sam Waugh cared for the E-B Shop. A very large crowd of relatives and friends gathered at the spacious new ranch home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Zimmerschied On Cabin Creek, Carlile area, the evening of July 3 for the reception honoring the Zimmerschieds eldest son and Miss Adaline W'mingar of Kaycee who were married that P.M. at the Pine Grove Church with Rev. Adams of the Presbetyrian Church of Moorcroft pronouncing the vows and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lawrence of Alzada as their at- tendants. Edward and George having been chums since early childhood. I was a guest for the evening as George and his brother are former school pupils of mine and a number of his other teachers were also present. It was a gracious evening for everyone. In last weeks paper, due to lack of time, when naming the guests at the picnic for Mrs. Neil Bush, I inadvertently failed to name Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Storm, he is Nell's brother. My apology to all con- cerned. Mrs. Evelyn Wood was a shop- per and business caller in Belle Fourche July 2. Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Mat•son and family, former residents of this area, but now of Worland were here over the 4th and called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hauber. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley E. Davidson and son Larry of Sun- dance, also Mr. and Mrs. Keith Davidson of Sheridan were at the ranch here July 5 putting new roofs on some buildings. The Keith Davidson children Julie and Todd are spending a while with their grandparents in Ohio. Mrs. Neff Bush left by car June 29 to spend a week or ten days with friends at Buffalo and Sheri- dan. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hauber were in Belle Fourche, S.D. on the 1st to take delivery of a large new cook stove and on the 4th they and Mrs. Mandle Hauber went to the carnival to entertain the latters six grandchildren, Harvey's two and Howard's four. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Rush and daughter Pare drove to Fort Collins, Colo. and spent the 4th with their daughter and sister Miss Becky Rush, who is employ- ed in a bank there. All drove to Estes Park. Mrs. Bud (Clara Mae) Shannon of Modera, Cal. is here visiting her mother, Mrs. Velma Eaton and her sister Mrs. Fern Grubb. Mrs. Elsie Terhune who re- cently spent 10 days at the VA Hospital at Fort Meade, S.D. is back home and feeling much better. GOLDEN AGE REPORT by George Watts July 6, 1981 Clara Mae Shannon formerly Clara Mae Eaton arrived in Casper June 25 to visit her brother and family Leonard Eaton. She then went to Hulett to visit her mother Velma Eaton and her sister Fern Grubb. She plans on attending the Fabulous Forties class Reunion in Sundance. She will return to her home July 6. Mazie Olds, Mrs. Earl Dillinger of Moorcroft and Wilma Tenke of Sundance were visitors Thursday at the Emma Thompson home. While there Wilma Tenke helped install a carpet on the porch steps of the Thompson home. Remember we are planning an auction sale on the lawn at the Center for July 25 {Sat.) starting at 11 a.m. Let us know if you have any articles to donate or consign. There will be a 10% consignment charge on articles sold. We will try to have pickups and help available. Wyoming Auction Service, operated by Mr. and Mrs. Jack Proctor will do the selling. Leland, Gladys and David Landers were among the crowd who attended the banquet and picnic of the Roaring Forties Class Reunion. They visited at the home of Mildred Landers among others while here. Una Seeley was designated as official photographer for all the classes during the Reunion for the Forties. A banquet was served to over 250 people who participated in the Roaring Forties Reunion. The banquet was served by the Senior Citizens and Crook County Cow- Belles. A large group of former Sun- dance students during the Forties visited at the Charlotte Reynolds home. Mrs. Earl Shaw sent word to Sundance of the passing of her mother. Iris White who formerly worked for Energy Electric pass- ed away in recently in Nebraska. Noel and Evelyn Edwards visited at the Genieve George home Sunday, July 5. They look- ed over some pictures Genieve had of her recent trip to Alaska. Tiny Watson from Longmont, Colo. visited her mom Cara Smith recently and attended the Roaring Forties Reunion. Eighteen people attended the noon meal the Fourth of July at the Center and spent the after- noon visiting. We are trying to get a Com- munity survey made in coopera- tion with our local City Council. If you have any ideas to contribute let us know. Regular Board meeting July 13 at 7:30 p.m. PEEK AT THE PAST TEN YEARS AGO THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1971 Wyoming, Wednesday became the 40th state ratifying the United States constitutional amendment which gives voting rights to 18- year-olds. Crook county's assessed valua- tion for 1971 totals $28,242,524 the highest valuation for the county since 1967. The figure is an increase of $270,202 over last year, according to'County Asses- sor Vic Cole. TWENTY YEARS AGO THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1961 The Sundance city council Monday night heard the results of a water test in Ogden Canyon and agreed the location warranted further investigation. Temperatures soared to the 100 degree mark and the fire index climbed another notch in the extreme range last week as Crook county continued to bake under a scorching sun and cloudless skies. THIRTY YEARS AGO THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1951 Lightning was the cause of two small fires which occured in the Bear Lodge district Monday ac- cording to district Forest Ranger Everett Shipek. Weather conditions in the Sun- dance area continued cool and dry during the past week to add to the record of an unusually cool and dry. A tourist couple from Ridge- field, N.J., escaped serious injury June 27, when the car they were driving rolled over two rmles west of Carlile junction on U.S. High- way 14. FORTY-FIVE YEARS AGO THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1936 All records for heat in Sun- dance were broken on Sunday when the government thermome- ter registered 105 degrees, the highest ever recorded at the local weather station. Travel to Devils Tower Monu- ment in this corner of Wyoming since the beginning of the travel year, has again shown a great increase over any previous similar period. So far this season up until the night of June 30th there have been 10,899 visitors at the Tower. A trio of boys, none of whom are over 18 years of age, driving a South Dakota car, were picked up at Moorcroft on Tuesday by Deputy Sheriff Glenn Gill, who caught them stealing gasoline. Their actions were so suspicious that Gill called the sheriff at Rapid City and learned that the boys were wanted for stealing a car. How is it that our memory is good enough to retain triviality that hapens yet not good enough to how often we have told same person? i" Faculty during the forties were: back row from the Anderson, Superintendent; and Bob Schloredt, coach. Front row from the left are: Marcella Train Gust•n, and English; Madelyn Warren Reynolds, various classes; Gordon Byrd, office skills. LAND. i dance, Wyoming SATURDAY, AUGUST 9 A.M. WATCH FOR LOCATION ~ Selling 1290 CHOICE ACRES located approximately ~southeast of Sundance off Highway 585 to Four 675 ACRES OF VERY CHOICE FARM GROUND GRAZING with very good spring. Approx. 160 Acres ~ lease to be assigned. it This is part of the old Banks ranch and will be offered i~! 40 acres & larger. Also we will offer farm grazing as a unit. All b~yers will be given equal opportunity to purchase. Let us discuss your needs. We ! work with you. Excellent terms will be offered. Watch next week's paper for full ~ FRANK HOOPES, OWNER ; "DICK" MADER & A: "~ Ph. 307/682-3882 Gillette W~ COM ONE COME ALL to the CROOK PICNIC i Devils Tower KOACampground JULY 24- 6:30 Food & Drink Provided - $10 per Ticket SPONSORED BY CROOK COUNTY REPUBLICAN CENTRAL COMMITTEE For more information, contact: Mark Hughes, Ell skill or LOTS FOR SALE Mobile Home and New Home lots in beautiful Pine Haven, located 12 mild NE of Moorcroft adjoining Keyhole State Park, Financing is available with low down ments and good terms. HARWOOD LUMBER 7 Ph. 756-3470 or