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Too__ SENATE RACE A. Johnson, 45, prominent Democrat and public filed a nominating witht the secretary of for the office of United Senator last Saturday. announcing his candidacy VOLUME LI nomination, Johnson said obligated to run in the against Governor Hunt. stated, "Inasmuch as no ventured to oppose the I felt obligated to give of the Democratic party to decide on Hunt's ~vill- to turn the state over to have been reports that ; WOuld not resign as gay- though nominated or l, on the assumption he delay qualifying for the until his term expires 1, 1951.) [ the Democratic voters ap- I-Iunt for the senate as long is governor, I shall have to say about that lat- said. ran unsuccessfully in c primaries six years against WIn. (Scotty) Jack, Was then a candidate for and received a rath- vote in that campaign. Fair Dates 20, 21, 22 dates for the Crook Coun- have been changed from 16 and 17 to August 20, 22 thus making it a fair, one of the first .day fairs to ever be given county. fair dates were changed the maximum aJmount of to the greatest hum- People as the first dates and fell on primary else- The carnival "booked 16th and ]7th will not s to come on the new dates * Thursday evening, August 5 marks the t~me when the :people fBy Jo Gorsuch) Janice Roberts, Dorothy Dinkey, Daisy Blake~nan, Ila Mae Megle- mrs, Alan ROberts, Florence Sampson and Evelyn Breitweiser are working on a project of na- tional importance, under the em- ploy of Mr. W'. D. Buchanan, en- tomologist from the Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quaran- tine wtih headquarters at Ft. Collins, Colorado. At Williams springs near the Cement Ridge Fire Lookout they are picking the webbed ends of fir and spruce trees to obtain parasites living OR the pine bud- worm which infests many trees in that area. South of the Hardy Ranger Station there is another infestation where they expect to collect soon. In northeastern United States (tMatne in ~)artic~lar) and in southeastern Canada the pine bud- ,worm threatens to destroy so much ,balsam and fir that pulp industries there fear they will soon have little material out of which to manufacture paper and wood pulp products. According to Mr. Buchanan. out here in Wyoming we have of Crook county are invited to ~~~~~ take part in the Passion Play , staged at Spearfish, South Da- kota. The Sundance Commercial Club has agreed to supply personnel ALCOLM BARNES Sundance soldier who was killed on the ,battlefields of Italy. Military Services Here Monday for Malcolm J. Barnes Military services will be held for Pot. Malcolm Barnes Monday morning at 10:00 o'clock at the Legion halt in Sundance. Burial will be at the Green mountain cemetery. The Legi(~n and V. F. VV. will have charge of the ser- # SUNDAN~E, WYOMING, THURSDAY, JU~Y 22, 1948 are within the budworm and as- sociated insects eating up the ponderosa pine in this area. In- fested portion of the tree is in the end of the branch where you .will see webs spun over the needles, and damaged tips where needles have been eaten and the surrounding needles are brown. X ACP Specifications To Be Guide[ Farmers of Crook county who are cooperating in the .~gricul- tural Conservation Program are urged to follow through on their indicated intentions to carry out conservation practices---and ac- tually Complete the practices. E. H. Reinecke, chairman of the County ACP committee, says that every year some farmers fail to complete practices or fail to meet specifications in the practices they do carry out. Mr. Reinecke explains~ that the county committee has the re- vices. sponsibility of seeing that funds Malcolm ~vas the son of Mr. the same infestations of the bud- used to assist farmers in carry- and Mrs. A. J. Barnes, who now worm in our fir and spruce, but ing ou(conservation practices are live near Upton, Wyoming. He we are lucky to also have a little used to obtain the maximum of was killed in World War II Feb- e~fort will be made to wasplike parasite and a type of soil and water conservation prac- ruary 7, 1944 ou the battlefields e .*r carnival or provide/fly who "gradually kill off the rices. Assistance is given to help of Italy. .... ntertainmentin placeoflbudworm, The fly lays its eggs a farmer build a dam only when Devils Tower Post No. aa~l ' I on the back of the budworm, and the dam meets specified slopes V. F. V¢. and Crook County Post x--- [ when these hatch, the little mag- and dimensions. The same is true castle Downs ~ gois burrow deep into the bud- of c~ther practices. The easiestgiveN°" the45' militaryAmericanfuneralLegi°n ~'willrites. worm and feast on him until he way to become familiar with spec- Pot. Barnes is survived by his lance Sunday dies. The wasp-like insect siezes ifications is to ask the supervisor parents, Mr. and 3frs. A. J. Barnes the bud'worm in its feet and at the county office to come outand three brothers, Joe,Gl~en Newcastle Dogies again mouth, sucks its blood and juices, to your farm to stake out the and Lorraine Barnes. a defeat to Sundance by and thrusts its eggs deep within practices, x of 8 to 2 in a ba~balt Newcastle last Sunday. had 8 runs, six hits errors, while Sundance With 2 runs, 4 hits and batteries for Newcastle and Lindsey; for Sun- th~ worm's neck. Mr. Buchanan is collecting specimens of these parasites to send in cold storage ,by plane to northeastern United States and to Canada, where they will be reared for mass liberation in an attack on the destructive had- worm ruining la alp industl:ies there. He hopes to make rearings of his own in order to study the different types of parasites that and . C. Hejde. by Davis 11; by Din- local team ~ill play Hul- : SUnday at Hulett. 86 people attended the It will be very effective 9n either ~icnic of the Bearlodge ground or crown fires because the ASSociation held Sunday spray can either be very fine like Picnicing grounds on a thick fog, or narrow and con- Farmers also are reminded of their responsibility in reporting and furnishing acceptable evi- dence of conservation practices carried out, Measurements, price slips, analysis tags, or whatever is required should be obtained at the time the material ts pur- chased o1" the practice carried out. A little attention to these matters now. said the county chairman, will save time and money later on, and only in this way can the nation ~be assured of maximum conservation. --X Hospital Benefit Horseshoe Contest at Farrall Hall Sunday. August 1st a horseshoe pitching[ contest, open to aH con- testants will he held and lunch will be available at Farrall hall. Ice cream, cake. pop, sandwiches and coffee will he served by the ladies of the Redwater Homemwk- ers Club, who are sponsoring the event. All money raised .wil} be donated to the C~Ook County Hospital fund. x John Deere Cutaway Tractor to Be On Display Here July 30 The C. D. Roberts Implement Company in Sundance, ~vill have on display. Friday, July 30, for that one day only, a John Deers Model B tractor, which has been cut down to show all of the working parts. This tractor can be seen at the John Deere showroom and is open to inspection by the public. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Warranty Deeds: Delbert P. ~Villiamson et ux to John W. Hoyer. Vern L. Ferdinand et vir to Alfred E. Thomas, Jr. G. O. Williams, et ux to Jim Etheridke. Royal B. Mills et ux to Carey E. Nevin et ux. Eva J. Baker to E. E, Birchhy. Quit Claim Deeds: Emilie Rich- ardson to Ella E. Schloredt.~Em- ma Prall to Stephen J. Gels, Jr. Claude E. Gray to Stephen Gels, Jr. Eastern Clay Products, Inc. to Chic'ago and North, western Railway Co. Sire C. Edwards et ux to Harry E. Canfield et ux. Ruland ranch. Each ght food, and the as- rnished ice cream and George Gorsuch dem- the newest fire equip- ed by the Forest Ser- built a huge bonfire, Smoke bombs which col- fire with a beautiful red indicate to his fire the forest was not fire, and showed the of the new fog spray back-pack and me- ' type operates with ~ttachment, a fog gun I hol~ t00 gallons of can throw at a pounds. centrated up a tree trunk to the top. This pump can be set up on jeeps and taken right to the fire line. It is easily filled ~rom a stream or ordinary faucet. The Bearlodge Livestock Assoc- iation has around 55 members. The committee responsible for the picnic arrangements was Har- ry Vore, "~horty" Myers, Lyman Ellshury, J~mes Gordon and Dil lon Ruland, with special commen- dation to James Gordon who did most of the~chores preceding the picnic, to Dillon Ruland who made improvements on the grounds this year, and to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vore and Mrs. Jaanes Gordon who did most of the work supplementing the m~tl. for the street scenes of the play this particular evening and need the help of every interested per° NU~M~ER_ 301 son. I Picnic In the Park [ A picnic will be held at I Spearfish Park that evening be- fore the play starts. The picnic wilt begin at 6:00 ~with free cof- fee and ice cream to round out picnic lunches. At shortly af- ter 7:00 everyone is to be at the Passion ~Play grounds in order to have everything arranged for the performance to start oromptly at 8 : O0 o'clock. 4-H Clubs Asked to Help 4-H club members are being asked to cooperate in helping to get others to take part; also all Farm Bureau presidents are asked to contact their members in or- der that enough people will he on hand, for the l~erforman~e. Other cities and towns in So. Dak. and Wyoming are lending their help to the Passion Play" as much as is 9ossihle. It is now up to Crook county to take its turn. • It is estimated that ~bout 40 .cars of persons or from 140 to 150 people wtll ~ve needed for the scenes in the play. Be sure to get your name on the list in order to be included. If anyone can take a' car please contact County Agent Wlllet Keyser ~e- fore August 1, ;Mr. Keyser is in charge of the transportation. .... x. Officers Elected By Trustee Ass'n The Crook County School True- tees Associatiol! held their ~meet- ing Saturday afternoon, July 17, at the county courthouse, for the purpose of electing officers and discussing other business. Myron Goodson was elected President; Gilbert Brimaner, vice- president and Hazel Kelly, secre- tary-treasurer. Leslie Hauber was selected to attend the state meet° ing of trustees to be held 4n Oc- tober, x Bartlett-- Fort Miss Bonnie Bartlett became the bride of Harry W. Fort the 12th of June at Broadus, Mon- tana. Mrs. Fort taught school at ashore and is the sister of the for- mer Agnes Scott of Sundance. Th~ couple are making their home at the T. L. ranch out o~ Hulett. X UNDERGOES 0PT, RATION Sadie Davdison, English teach- er in Sundance high school, was admitted to the St. John's ,hos- pital in ~api~ City on July 13. Word has been received that Mrs. Davidson Will undergo major sur- gery. The first annual "Over the~long to Farm Bureau. After Top" Crook County Farm Bureau ~ hearing this talk, we are sure Picnic was held July llth with]new members had a more thor- Alva as host. ~ ough understanding of the /bene- A large crowd gathered during] fit of the Farm Bureau to the the forenoonin the pines near[Agricultural people. the baseballdiamond to enjoy[ The afternoon passed .'with viM,- visiting andhorseshoe pitching.]ious races and soft ball ga~, The Alva local provided a num-lMusical number by Erwell ~]O- ber of long tables and benches~mon and a friend, both of Pets° under the trees ~vhere a sump-lver, durlmg the afternoon, were tious picnic dinner was enjoyed[greatly enjoyed by a~l. with the Farm Burteau ~urnishin~] The Alva local With their usual ice cream, coffee and lemonade. [hospitality and splendid ~proslra~ Following dinner Herbert LtV-~ket e;eryone well ent rtatm L ingston, vice-president of the Wy-~ P oming Farm-Bureau, gave a shortJ.All that attended departed for talk on Farm Buy au's past in,their hom~ la the late ev~a|lMl~ the Legi~lature and WhY I :]ai-lliter,ll~