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Price Si pport Set On Coul Wlmat Price support on the 1948 crop of wheat will be $1.89 per bushel t~ ~rook County on ~. S. No. 1 wheat accm~Hng to E. H. Rein- coke, chairnUtn of the County ACA Comedittee. Wheat must grade No. S or better, or No. 4 or ~5 because of test weight only, in order to be eligible. Price support on wheat is made possible by taking out of ~CCC loans available through the local AAA office. Loans mill ,be made on wheat in acceptable farm or warehouse storage. Mr. Reinecke points out that farmers need not take less than the ~bove price for their wheat at harvest time. Also that farm- era desiring to hold their wheat for sale at a later date should take out a loan to insure them- selves of price support in event the nfarket price declines as it did last winter. " ' X-- Political News Ev ans Fries for Representative On Democratic Ticket A. W. (Bert) Evans, of Oshoto, has signified his intention of seeking election as State Repre- sentative from Crook county on the Democratic ticket. Evans, who served several years as county commissioner is well known throughout the county. aurice Williams Files On Republican Ticket Maurfce W'illiams. prominent Crook county rancher has filed his petition with the Secretary of State for the office of State Representative on the Republican Ticket... This is the first public office that Williams has sought. The term of A. W. (Del) Storm has expired as State Representa- tive anct he has left the state. N unich for Commissioner H. C. (Cash) Minnich filed his petition for re-election as county .commissioner on the Democratic ticket, Edward J. Svoboda will oppose Minnich in the Democratic primaries. Minnich has served as commis- sioner for a number of years and is chairman of the board at the ~present time. Filing deadline for county of- flees is July 27. ' ' X FIELD DAY HELD AT UW EXPERIMENT FARM Field day ~vas observed Tuesday, July 20 at the University of Wy- oming Experiment Farm, which is the only experiment farm lo- cated in Northeastern Wyoming. The days activities began ~vith a tour of the farm at 10 a. m. and included a basket lunch with coffee and iced tea furnished by the Farm Bureau a short pro- gram and ~ames followed. Races for all ladies, nail driving, hog calling, etc were among the other events. The day ended with horseshoe pitching and a softball game. The couple with the largest ~amily present, the couple who came the fartherest, the youngest ~baby, the fattest man, and the thinnest ,woman were awarded ~rizes ,by the Gillette Lions Club and the C~mpbell County Farm Bureau, who also .furnished prizes for the races. -X WORK T0 BEGIN ON F EYIIOLE DAM IN 1948 As part of an extensive con- s.truction program, the Reclama- tion Bureau has announced that preliminary construction work will begin on the Keyhole Dam in the Missouri river basin this year. - The actual construction work will begin in 1949 and be com- ~Pleted ,by 1952 "at an estimate cost of $550,000.00 The dam will ~be built on the Belle Fourche river in Cro~k county. The Keyhole Dam project is only a part of the work,~to be done in other places in Wyomlff~ and Montana. X Hospital Sandra Kipp dismissed July 19. Francis William ~dmitted July 19. Shirley Hoek4tt of Upton ad- mitts& Sa~, July 17. Ralph ~Morrkmn admitted July 16 .... L Y~ ...... Juniors Defeat Gillette Sunday The Sundance Junior Legion team succeeded in collecting 28 hits, including nine home runs to defeat the Gillette Junior League team 44 to 3. ,Nickelson hit 3 homers, R. Chit- tim 2, D. Blakeman 2 and D. Hejde 2. Reed Chittim started in the ~box for Sundance with Dan HeJde taking over in the fourth in~ing and Calvin HeJde in the seventh. Darrel Nickelson caught the entire game. Chittlm left the pitchers box with a record of no hits by Gillette; Dan Hejde gave them two hits and Cal Hejde yielded two. Chittim made 7 strikeouts, D. Hejde 5, C. HeJde 2. The Juniors go to Buffalo for a return game Saturday after- noon, staying overnight and play- ing at Sheridan ~unday aCter- noon. X--- INJURED BY ACCIDENT WITH HORSE JULY 17TH Ralph Meglemre, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morrisou of Sun- dance, was severely injured when riding a horse Friday. It was not known exactly how the ac- way just west of Sundaneu mrhen the accident occurred. None of the occupants of the car ~vere injured in the mishap. X Reserve Offwers Sought for Duty : Frt riksen--C se The (Methodist Church in New- castle, Wyoming was the scene Of a lovely wedding on June 14th in which Miss Eda Fredertksen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Frederiksen of Four Corners, be- came the bride of Donald C. Gear, Inasmuch as training will be son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernie O. facilitated by favorable public re- lations, or adversely affected by Gose of Upton. The ceremony was inadequate or unfavorable rela- performed In the presence of tel- tions with the pu~blic, General Dryers has expressed a kee~i in- terest in the public information program related to the expansion of the Army. He is very anx- ious to know if the most compet- ent public information officers available are to be utilized at the new regular army divisions and smaller units and in train- ing divisions under the expansion program. There are very few well qual- ified information officers avail- abl~. That we may find suf- fi,cient personnel in this category will you ~lease contact your Sen- ior Instructor of the Organized Reserve. your Army Advisory Committee members, and any oth- er source that can help you find some Reserve Officers that would be willing to come on extended atives and intimate friends. Reverend ~Ierschel Martin read the single ring ceremony before an altar banked with seasonal flowers. 'The bride wore the traditional white satin gown with fingertip veil and carried a fan bouquet of pl~k carnations. Her attend- ants. her sister Ellen Frederiksen as maid of honor carried a colon- ial bouquet; the other brides- maids were Miss Annabelle Lin- coln, Miss Clarice Thompson, Miss Patricia Sims and Mrs. Frank Thompson who wore floor length gowns in pastel shades and had corsages of pink carnations. The bride was given in mar- riage by her father. Best man was Richard Gose, brother of the groom. Ushers were Karl Frederiksen. cident occurred, but the boy was active duty. We can use all found unconscious and remained grades from Lieutenant to Lieu- so from Friday until the follow- tenant Colonel. You may be able ing Monday morning I-- Two Minor Wrecks In Crook County A door was sheared from a pick up belonging to Bob Sherrard and driven by Lester Sherrard Sunday evening, July 18, when Sherrard, in the pickup, at- tempted to round a truck driven to find some officers who can qaulify that are now on active duty or with the Regular Army. I cannot stress the importance of finding enough officers to carry on this mission. X WEATHER Max. Min. Prec. July 14 .................. 70 57 0.18 July 15 .................. 70 50 0.00 Frank Thom,pson, Bruce Watt and Ernest Thompson. They wore white carnation boutonnierres. Immediatlely after the cere- mony a reception .was held in the church basement with around 40 guests present. Mrs. Gose is a graduate of the Newcastle High School with the class of 1945. She taught the past three years in the north* eastern part of the state in the rural school and the Sundance elementary school. by Earl Franklin. Franklin had reached his turnoff on the Hul- eft-Devils Tower road. turning at the same time Sherrard was attempting to pass in the pick- up. The box on the truck caught the door of the pickup ripping it fror~ the hin,ges, but no further damage w~s done as both were going at a slow rate of speed The occupants of either vehicle were not injured. Student Wrecks Damage amounting to $250.00 was done to a car driven by Rog- er Rathfbun, a Sundance high school student, when the vehicle wa.~ forced into the ditch by the blinding light of an oncoming car. The accident occurred last Saturday night, July 18. Rathbun and two companions, Sam Mollenbrink and Dale Kim- me] were traveling on tile high- SUNDANCE 8:00 P. M. Weds,, Thursday .luly 21, 22 "NIGHT SONG" starr Dana Andrews Merle Oberon Ethel Barrymore Hoagy Carmichael A Show to Remember In Technicolor Saturday, Sunday July 24, 25 "TYCOON" ohn Wayne Laraine Day Anthony Quinn Breath-taking scenes A Terrific Picture Next Weds., Thursday July 28, ;'TARZAN AND THE HUNTERS" July ~6 .................. 70 48 0.00 July 17 ................ 74 45 0.00 July 18 .................. 72 46 0.00 July 19 .................. 81 47 0.00 July 20 ................ 84 57 0.00 X FRIS0N IS TRANSFERRED Deputy Game Warden Bob Fris-" on, of Newcastle, has .been trans- ferred to Buffalo, Wyoming. Fris- on has served this district for nine years. Deputy Game Warden Huff of the Wheatland district will be moved to the Newcastle district. Belle Fourche, South Dakota AIR CONDITIONED Friday, Saturday, July 23, 24 Double Feature Program Evening Shows 7:00 & 9':30 Matinee Saturday 1:30 Gene Autry, Lynn Roberts in "RobinHood of Texas" Plus Joe E, Brown, Noreen Nish in 'q'he Tender Years" Play "WAHOO" Saturday Nits Sunday, Monday, July 25, 26 Please Note the Show Times Continuous Shows Sunday 1:30; 3:30; 5:30; 7:30; 9:J0 Monday Evening 7:30: 9 :Jr Rod Cameron, Cathy Downs "Panhandle" In Rich Sepia Tone COlor with Anne Gwynn Reed Hadley March of Time "The Fight Ga]ne" Pars News. Selected Shorts' Tuesday, Weds. Thurs, July 27, 28, 29 Please Note the Show Times Evening Shows 7:30 & 9:30 Ray Millan , Marlene Dietrich in "Golden Earrings" with Quentine gt olb, Ivan 2Me.salt Seleoted Short Subjects Sundance, Wyo. Before a on June 24, Helen daughter of Mr. and $. Roberts of Hulett bride of Frank Alzada, Montana. was performed at ian Church in at 5:00 p. m. The O~born officiated. The bride was aqua two piece a corsage of pale ,Mrs. Jack Joslyn, bride, was matron wore a pale yellow corsage of ,pink The bridegroom brown suit. best man and wore Both of the men carnation. The guests were Harold Kyte of tans. The cou,ple left following the ding trip through They are now on a ranch near DIVORCE A d ivorce waS Amos J. Ewing Ewing yesterday, District Judge H. hearing held in Personal Dr. and ,Mrs. E. sons Tom, Bill and Falls, South Dakota, tng a few days The bridegroom is a graduate Williams family of the Upton high school with the ing their trip class of 1943. He served two ruing. Mrs. Rich years in the armed services. After a wedding trip to Den- ver and Colorado Springs the] couple are at home on the GoseI ranch where the bridegroom isI engaged in the ranching business] with his father. ] sister. Mr. and Mrs. peter had as guests Mrs. Carl C Jensen, Connecticut. Mrs. Mr. Jensen to Rapid day where he took s to his home. 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