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,. You Have A to you have a spare bedroom, room that you can fix up a you can render a service the many tourists traveling Sundanee and at the time, make quite a little cash for yourself. With the tourist travel since be- Pearl Harbor, tourists are all the facilities of Sun. to the maximum. Every the hotel and tourists are turning away business, they do ~ot have a bit of sp:ace. if you want to help the and at the same tt'me help you can list that spare ~ With the Bear Lodge hotel an4 chances are that 'be able to rent it every of the week for the balance Election Canvassed of high school elec- ,by the Board of Commissioners -at their meeting the first of the showed that ~Vm. Oudn. and Claude Seely elected to the Crook county School No. 1 board in the held June 22 at the Sun- high school. Candidates M. O. Trego, Schell. and Seely. Oudi~ was elect- s one year term and the for *hree year terms. the canvass of .ballots for County High ~chool No. 2 V. L. Tremble was elect- two_year unexpired term Whities and F. T. Vasey wear terms. X ESTATE TRANSFERS Deed Guy Kimsey to E. Kimsey. W. D. Rich_ to W. J. Wen_ Hulett cemetery to Quit Claim Deed E. Hemler to Marty Os- W. D. Harry T. Rine to l~ine. W. D. William Ks_ Duff O. Gray. W. D. Hugh to Marln H Harnty. Farm ~n William P. Parks. W~,~ D. Zlmmerschied to T. H. Deed Lincoln Land Co. to C. Pill. Q. C. D. ~d of 'Commissioners to J0hn W. W. J. 1~: '~Incoln W. ~, Harry and Sons ,to S. A. W. D. l~ay C. Ed- Clinton R. Holmes. of the heavy tourist season. 'The Commel~cial Club of ~Sundance is sponsoring the slmre bedroom idea and solicit residents coopera. tion. Won't yOUxhelp? ]Sundance 12-Tilford 0 .Kenneth Dudrey, Sundance baseball hurler, came near to pitching a no.hit game last Sun_ day when the Sundance baseball nine met the Tilford, S. D. nine here and defeated them 'by a score of 12-0. Dudrey had a per. feet game for eight innings, then a Sundance error with two outs allowed a man on first base, the visitors followed this with two safe h~ts to ruin the chances of Dudrey getting a no_hit game, they f~lled, however, to convert their hits l~to runs and the game ended 12-0. Sundance in g~inlng their 12 runs, made 10 'hits and four errors. D. Grenier was be. hind the bat for Sundance. Next Sunday the Sundance team journeys to Moorcroft for a game there. X. NATIONAL HOME FOOD PRESERVATION WEEK ANNOUNCED Did you know that housewives preserved 3~/s billion quarts of fruits and vegetables annually during the war years? And in view of worldwide food sliortages the need for repeating and even exceeding such an ac. complishment is greater .now. the U. S. Department of Agriculture charges in its announcement th'at national home food preservation week will be from July 15-22. Attention during this week will be focused on the necessity for home canning a'nd" preservation of food supplies for the coming win. ter months at a time when food supplies are badly needed through- out the world and it will serve as the beginning of intensive food preservation efforts through the summer and fall months. Victory gardens also co~ttribu. ted more than 8 million tons of food annually during the war years and since record crops of homegrown and commercially lJrOduced vegetables and fruits .are available, everyone is urged to take advantage of these supplied. Peaches especially are plentiful throughout the country and well adapted for "putting u!~." Hereford Association Will First Sale November 21.22 I'Iereford show a,nd con_ it sale of the newly organ- Hereford Associa- be lleld at the Casper on November 21 Tony Fellhauer, Laramie, rY-treasurer, announced to- and prize money will in the show which by Dr. S. ;S. Wheel- Wyomingite and now animal husbandry de- at Colorado A & M Col- Collins. ~ale auctioneer B. Sager, Bozeman, have already been association mere- animals of type, and on will be allowed officers and dl_ rectors feel that the offerings should he of the highest call,bet to establish a good buyer's mar. ket for Wyoming herefords, con. signments will be limited to 90 bulls and 30 females," Allen For. dyce, Big Horn, president of the association declared. "If entries exceed these numbers, some meth- od of selection will be devised." Rules and regulations of this sale will permit only men'bet Wyoming breeders of registered Herefords to consign. Every ani- inal is pledged to absolute sale without reserve; no by.bidding will be allowed. Age limits for all entries must ~be under 32 months ,by January 1, 1947. Bulls 'w~ll be sold individually and in pens of three. Earl Von Forell. vice president from Wheatla~ad, Indicated that (Continued on Last Page) of Rooms Available for Tourists LODGE HOTEL, Sundance, Wyoming for rent to tourists ....... room(s) Single ......... Price ......... any other details, such as bath, shower, mail to Bear Lodge Hotel, Sundance keep this as a reference when tourists. Official Paper for Crook County, City of Sundance, U. S. Land Office Published Thursdays In the Black Hills of Wyoming Volume L Sundance, Wyoming, Thursday, July 11, 1946 Number 2S Four Men Arrested and Fined for Game Law Violation Charged with possession and transportation of mink, a fur bearing animal, four men Alfred N. "Nelson. Alva; George Norton, Colony; Ralph Braddock, Colo~y and Vane I Cook. Alva were hailed into Justice court in Sun. dance Saturday of last week where they plead guflty to charges and were fined ten dollars {minimum) and costs by Justice of the Peace William Roberts. The me~ were arrested ,by deputy game warden Norbert C. Faass. The offenses were committed by the different individuals from January through March. The nlink is a protected animal and anyone trapping them must h~ave a license to do so. Monday Frank Brisiawn, of Oshoto was brought before the Justice of the Peace and fined ten dollars .and costs for fishing without a license. -X-- HUGE THRONG SEES BIG FIREWORKS DISPLAY JULY 6TH It is estimated, conservatively, that 4,000 people were in ~un- dance last Saturday night to wit_ hess the gorgeous display of fire_ works at the lake. Not only did people come from all over Crook county," but also from -Weston county, .and a large number of cars were noted at the lake from South Dakota towns. Those who were there witnessed a beautiful display of fireworks, and many were the "Ohs and Ahhs and thrilled exclamations as the rock- ets, bom,bs and other 'beautiful fireworks exploded and were dis_ played. The display was under the sup- ervision of T. R. Cochran, who was assisted by men of the for_ est service. Previous to the dis. play at the lake the Sundance school band gave an hour con- cert to a large and appreciative crowd. The fireworks display was made possible through the contribu- tions of the following ,business men and individuals: Sundance State Bank Durfee's Sundance Times ,Sundance Barber Shop Fred's Bar Sandwich .Shop Duke's Bar and Lounge Stechs Grocery C. D. Roberts .Crook County Frozen Food Locker Plant Su.ndance Second Hand Store Sundance Hospital Model Grocery Elk Horn care Sundance Service Station Bear Lodge Hotel Chittim Motor Sundance Texaco .Service Security Trust and Title Co. H. P. Fawkes Black Hills Artificial Limb Co. John J. Binney Crook County Refinery H~i-Way Service Station Canyon Springs Dairy Mona Short Line Telephone Co. Lee's Pharmacy Joe's Recreation Parlor The Smokehouse Hart Brothers Lbr. and Hdw. Sundance Electric H. C. Minnich Cash Market Amos Ewdng Tracy Motor Co. J. T. McOuckin Sidney Harvey W. H. Blakeman Francis HeJ,de TO ATTEN~ g. E. A. C0~CE--4~&~F2g County agent L. G. &~tnders, who is acting as coordinator in ,the R. E. A. set up for the trl- county association will attend an R. E. A. convention in Casper July 15th to lath. ~ome other officer of the R. E. A, will I~rob. ~bly ~ccompany him to the ell e~ty, GeorEe Gray Is Sentenced to State Penitentiary for Attempted Rape Pleading guilty to a charge of ~bond set at $2,000.00. Bond was attempted rape to a minor girl, [~ever met and Monday morning George (Toots) Gray, 37.year ] Gray appeared before Judge ll- old laborer of the Hulett coun- [sley and entered his plea of gull. try, married and the father of[ty. several children, was sentenced [ Gray .will be taken to the state Monday morning of this week by |penitentiary the end of this week District Judge H. P. Ilsley to serve not less than two nor more than four years in the state pen. itentiary. Gray was arrested June 17 on a complaint of rape, signed by the girl's father, later the charges were .changed to attempted rape; to this charge Gray pleaded not guilt::,~aefore Justice William Roberts June 20th. He was bound over to district court and bail ONLY 20 ATTENDING HOMEMAKERS CAMP It was reported this week that only twenty women were attend_ ing Homemakers camp ~n Mallo canyon. Prparations and arrange_ ments were nmde for approxi- mately four score. County agent L. G. Landers has been attending the meeting for homemakers from four counties. 4_H Club cam.p x~lll start at the ca~you camp July 14th and will extend through the 17th of tt~e mduth. TO ATTEND AIRPORT PLANNING CONFERENCE Joe Allread and Lee Schloredt plan to go to Casper July 12 as representatives of the Su.ndance Commercial club ~o the airport planning conference there. X AirportMarker Will Be Placed Over Lee's Pharmacy Building That Sundance may have a l~roper air marker to properly show the location, distance from Sundance. latitude and longitude of the local airfield the Sundance Commercial Club members meet_ ing in regular session last Wed_ nesday night, authorized the air- port committee to purchase neces_ sary equipment and lay out an airport marker on the top of Lee's Pharmacy building in Sunda.nce. Vthen completed the sign will .be visi'ble from a high altitude. The club also went on record as favor_ ing ha~ng the city lease for one year the present airfield grounds' from the owner ~V. E. Mathews. The possibility of obtaining federal and state frads for the building of a Class 1 airport was also d'iscussed bY those prese'ut. K, ELECTION Clerks-Please Phone Relurns to Sundauce Immediately following count. ing of election returns July 16 election clerks are asked to telephone (collect) to the Sund~nce telephone excha,nge the results of the election in their precincts. Those who are close in and who would rather ~bring in the returns, are asked to bring them to the Sundance Telephone Ex- change. Here all the returns will be tabulated and so.at to the Legion hall in Sun- dance where they will be posted. Cooperating in getting the full returns for the people of Crook county as soon as they are available are the American Legion, The Sun_ d~nce T~mes, The Repu,bliaau and Democratic Central Com. mittees. Clerks, please remember you are to either telephone (col. leer} your returns to the Sun-danes telephone exchange or bring them in to the local telephone office. to start serving his sentence. X" Wildlife Meeting Is Scheduled Monday At 8:00 p. m. Monday night~ July 15 the regular quarterly meeting of the Crook Co~tntY Wildlife Association will .be held in the city hall in SundaRce, Richard Hopper, secretary of the association announced Tuesday. There will be a discussion on the state wildlife organizat~on as well as other business matters. GOVERNOR HUNT PROCLAIMS NATIONAL PARM SAFETY WEEK "The recent emphasis upon world_wide needs for food and f~rm products, and the continued shortage of farm labor and ma_ chinery increase the im,portan~e of the reduction of accidental farm injuries and deaths. "The 16.000 accidental deaths and 1,500,000 non.fatal injuries among American farm peoPle represents an appalling loss which can be elimiuated to a lare extent by the farmers themselvs. "Now. therefore. I. Lester C. Hunt, Govrenor of Wyoming, do hereby proclaim th. week com- mencing July 21. 1]}~]l as N~tlon_ al Farm Safety Week, and I call. upon the farmers artd ranckers of this State to ~bserve the same 'btv eliminating the causes of farm accidents. I call Upon them also to develop practical safety pro, grams, to learn the causes of ac. cidents and by immediate action to multiply safety precautions, to remove a hazard each day and live safely. May the farmers and ranchers of this Great State not be added to the crippled living or listed with the dead. In witness whereof, I have here, unto set my ha~d and caused the Great Seal of the State of Wyo. ruing to be affixed this 28th day of June, 1946." The Weather Max. Min. Prec. July 3 ........................ 78 55 0.40 July 4 ........................ 80 54 0.00 July 5 ........................ 78 54 0.22 July 6 ....................... 78 58 0.00 July 7 ........................ 80 66 0.00 July S ........................ $7 6~ 0.00 X ~UNERAL RITES HELD AT SPEARFISH FOR 93-YEAR OLD WOMAN Funeral services were held in Spearfish Monday for JOsephine Caldwell, 93,years old and who would have been 94 .September 17. She is the mother of. Mrs. John Grice of Sundanee. X LUTHERAN CHURCH SERVICES TO BE AT METHODIST :Sunday, July 14 the Hey. Mar_ quart of Deadwood, S. D. will conduct Lutheran Church ser_ vices at 2:30 p. m. at the Meth- odist church in Sundance. ~ Calender of Events JULY 43 Dance at Sunny Divide Hail JULY 16 Wildlife meeting--city hall JULY 1~ Election. Go tO th~ Primary polls and vote. JULY '~$ Budget meeting. Court~ ~ous 8:00 P. m.