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bond sales reported to iu Crook county are still Of the quota set in the 5th the total is much more than that of last Series E bonds reported tO $116,922.68 or short on-I of the goal of Corporation sales are $15,200 as reported in a large mess- this improved report was bond rally held in Sun- b~turday night, which was by a large crowd. amounting to $11,250,- secured at the rally fol- the talks by the two sol- had seen overseas duty Benjamin Taylor and IPred Brewer. Brewer, who a newspaper man in and became a refugee the Nazi government, was y interesting. the rally, another in bonds was sold at the hall for the special "bond they sponsored. rally at Hulett the night, though poorly at- secured pledges amount- around $500. Chittim, who was of the programs which the appearance of 8el-vice men, deserves al of credit for the fine did in making both a bulk of the sales were the Sundance State reports sales by com- as follows: $38,342.50 14,043.75 11,575.00 _____ 11,506.25 5,175.00 3,625.00 2,775.00 3~565.75 2,306.25 1,781.25 1,425.00 1,425.00 1,256.25 1,106.25 975.00 918.75 75.00 committeemen report to- amounting to $3,168.- of this no dotrbt has sllown on reports from received here. It that when the final fig- all points are received county may he even goal in the war loan rm, ember----Although late for those reading the final t~tal in the it is not too late Communities The Top" of Upton, and Beulah are the! to date that have the top" by achieving the War Bond commit- also asks that e-hairman be recog- in the respect- and for turn- (reports have not DURING STH WAR LOAN DATE IN CROOK COUNTY Sales Quota -~118,922,68 $134,100.00 10,000.00 ~ks to dm been received from the remaining chairman, therefore we have no way of knowing as to their suc-i cess--committee). Upton community--Bob Pear- son, Georgia Douglas and Pete Kokesh. New Haven----L. W. Clark and Everett Cammack. Alva---Carp McAmis and C. I. Shaul. Inyan Kara---Reuben Neckla- son and Virgil Schlup. Carlile---Tom Zimmerschied. Black Flats---- Julius Hewes, Art 8chelldorf and Ben Justice. Hulett--430o. E. Jolley. Aladdin--W. A. Ryan. Beulah---S. M. Harper, Alex Smith and Emeral Reinecke. Little Missouri --- Claude E. Storm. Colony---Cola W. Shepard. X MAKES SURFRISE VISIT HOME Pvt. Leslie Sipe arrived early Sunday morning surprising his~ parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. /_~ Sips, i who had not heard from him for! two months. Leslie, who is in the marine corps, suffered accidental for his participation in the action on Guadalcanal and other land- ings. Upon recovery he was sta- tioned with the marine detach- ment as a guard at the Mare Is- land Naval prison. Following hi~ furlough, which is for 25 days, he is to report back to San Diego for further assignment. 2. CHILD VERY ILL The baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miles of Carlile, is suffering from hardening of the liver, doctors reported after an exploratory operation last week and hold no hope for her recovery. She has been ill for several weeks now and received treatment first at Spearfish and then at Rapid City. -X Pie. Everett W. Gllklson was killed in action in New Guinea May 27, his mother, M~. Ernest L. Wright, now of Portland, Ore., has been notified. She is a for- mer resident of the southern Crook county vicinity. Gilkison entered the service from Crook county on February 8, 1942 and was sent overseas in January of this year, going first to Australia and then to Dutch New Guinea, where he lost his llfe in the service of his countrY. The family had not heard from Everett for more than a month. The war department message ~y- lng he was missing, came a few hours before official notification of his death. He is survived by his mother, three sisters, Mrs. Grace Foltz of Casper, Mrs. Doris Geschwen- der of Salem, Oregon and MarJor- ie of Portland, Clarence and Charles of Gillette and Pvt. Mile Oflkison of Camp Polk, La. His brother, Clarence, volunteered for the service upon receiving the message of his brothers death to carry on against the enemy. He left last Tuesday for his pre- physical examination in Denver. X .Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Stagemey- er and two younger children made a trip to Nebraska this ~eek. Official Paper for Crook County, City of Sundance, U.S. Land Office Published Thursdays In The Black Hills of Wyoming THE CROOK COUNTY NEWS , Volume XLVIII SUNDANCE, WYOMING, THU RSDAY, JULY 27, 1944 Number 30 | Elk "Lottery" Closes Aug. 10 All hunterb wishing to enter into the "50 Elk Lott,~ry" in the Black Hills area for the 1944 sea- son must make application direct to the office of the Wyoming Game and Fish commission at Cheyenne. These applicants, as well as those for other deer and elk hunters who intend to hunt in special areas of the state, must file by August 10 for the special permit necessary. In past years, the hunters have had until Sept. 6 to make such application. A Postal card is all that is nec- essary. The applicant must state his or her name, address and num- ber of big game license and also designate the area upon which he wishes to ,hunt. There are twelve areas in Wy- oming which will he hunted under special permits this year. For further information, see the 1944 Big game season summary, filed at the court house in Newcastle and at all selling agents includ- ing Lee's Pharmacy in Sundanee. X Jesse Wilford Kennedy and Rex Harold Dillon, both of Sun- dance, left last Wednesday for the induction station and were~ taken into the army, the select- ive service office said. Rex Dil- lon had expected to go into the navy when he l~eft here, but this office was notified of the change. Howard Eugene York of Tacoma, Wash., transferred here and was also inducted into the army in this group. A transfer to this board, Har- lan Leroy Gerdts, formerly of ~nnesota, was inducted into the navy last week. Edmund E. Rob- inson, formerly of Devils Tower, transferred to the Torrington, Wyo. board and was also ee~ept- ed for navy duty. Two others went from here Wednesday, but since 90 days had elapsed since their examination they went up for re-examination prior to acceptance and no report has been received to date on them. Another group also went last week for examination; their names were hot released by the board. Entered Army In Yune Norman Weaver, formerly of Sundance, was inducted into the army June 3, the board has been notified. He is now with Co. C, 126th ITB, 80th ITR, Camp Joe T. Robinson Little Rock, Ark. Norman's serial number is 3958- 7991. The honorable discharge of Adam Pehringer of Alva, was re- corded in the county clerk's of- rice this week. X TAKES OVER MAIL ROUTE Mrs. Cleo Hopson has taken over the mail route to Four Corn- ers formerly run by Mel Dudrey who is moving to Sheridan where he has employment. Mrs. Hopson is continuing with her work at the phone office, however. .g. THE WEATHER DATE-- Max. Min. Prec. July 18 78 49 0.00 July 19 78 50 0.00 July 20 78 48 0,00 July 21 80 54 0.37 July 23 80 50. 0:00 July 23 80 46 0.00 July 24 86 53 0.05 Oppose Minnich One of the llghtest primary votes in years was recorded last week---total ballots recorded by the canvassing committee this Tuesday were 166 on the Demo- cratic ticket, 288 on the Republi- can, and for the non-partisan ballot 454. Two years ago, in the 1942 primaries, ballots cast totaled 896 for the Republicans, 576 for Democrats and 1410 on the non-partisan ticket. One of the reasons for the light vote was the fact that there were no local contests whatsover and the only one in the state was for the democratic nomination for U. S. Representative. Here Crook county followed the state trend, giving the place on the fall ticket to Charles E. Norris, (D). Write-ins on the Republican ticket will give John Gutdinger a place on the fall ballot opposing Cash Minnich for the office of commissioner. To appear on the ballot Guidinger must first qual- ify by filing with the county clerk, which he is expected to do. Guldinger received 21 votes, sev-. 'eral received one or two votes, while the only other near conten-J der was Lewis Dennis who net- ted 12 write-in votes. Votes recorded in the county were as follows. R~PUBLICAN (exclusive of single votes) For U. S. Representative, Frank Barrett 267. For State Representative --- A. W. Storm 246. For Commissioner-~John Guid- inger 21, Lewis Dennis 12, H. C. Minnich 2, \ DEMOCRAT For U. S. Representative -- Clyde C. Winters, 65; Chas. E. Norris 90. For State Repreeentative---Ru~ sell T~lford 158. For Commissioner---H. "C. Min- nich 154. ~ NON-PARTISAN For Judge Wyoming Supreme Sundanee Band to Play for "Days of '76" Members of the Sundance band will march in the parade at the Days of '76 and play for the ro- deo the second day of the celebra- tion which is set for Aug. 4-5-6. This ts especially thrilling fori the young folks since the entire show's rodeo, parade and street scenes will be filmed in techni- color by Warner Brothers for use in their feature, "World Sports Parade in Color" which will be shown in theaters all over the country. Four other bands, those of Deadwood and Spearfish high school will appear there as well as the Belle Fourche Cowboy band and the Homestake band. WNAX, Yankton, will make a recording of the show for broad- casting which will carry to a na- tionwide audience the story of Deadwood and the '76 gold rush. A special wild buffalo riding act will open the show, while all the pre-war events, such as carnivals, the historical parade, pageantry of the gold rush days, trial" of Jeek McCall, etc. will e in ted. Court---John J. Sprtggs 101, Ralph Kimball 297. For District Judge---HarrY P. Iisley 414. Committemen and women were selected in meet preeinet~ and are as follows: REPUBLICAN Sundance Inside --- E d w i n Rounds, Mrs. /L D. Thomas. Sundance Outside -- A I f r d Mauch, Marie Hewes. Beulah --- Walter C." Mathews, Edith Crago. Inyan Kara---Ulric Hawken, Ju- lia Tlnckom. Williams --- J. D. Plato, Ads Guidinger. Farrall---Roy Cameron, ari- etta Cameron. Hay Creek---J. D. HeJde, Olga Nickeison. Pine Creek --Chas. VlerglltZ~ Hellen Adair. Alva---V. M. French, Agnes Engle. Little Missouri---Jo~n D. Seely, Fay Mitchell. Pine Ridge -- Edw. BlaReman Mrs. Frank Seiners. Elmore---Samuel McKean. Hulett~-Frank Proctor, Jennie Storm. Thorn---Win. Oudin. Jenkins--Harley S. Do~ Moireroft Outside -- J~mes D. Shoemake, Emily Rolrlnson. Deep Creek---Chas. Phillips. Moorcroft Inside --- C. C. H ghes, Mrs. Frank Noonan. Rocky Point--W. J. Wenande. New Haven--Leslie Hattbero Maudie Hauber. Colony---Cola W. Sheperd, Ru- ble Shepard. Devils Tower---J. P. Solomon, Ethel Solomon. Oehoto---Fred Sehn, Mrs. Fred Sehn. DEMOCRAT Sundance Inside. (~lt- tim, Irene Rugglesa. ~undance Outslde--Mr~. ~, ]3, Chatfield. Bealah--Robt. E. Vote. Inyan Kara----Frank EL ~lnek- ore, Mrs. Frank L. Plashy, Williams --- Andrew Petersea, Charlotte Reynolds. Farral~n Ellslmry, AJ~na~ belle Ellsbury. L|ttle Missouri---Viva T mble. Elmore--John Nefsy, Adg M, Hockett. Hulett--Glen BuglL Inez T, Davidson. Jenkins Wlllard Canfield, Mrs. W. Canfield. Moorcroft Inside. ~iemer~, Mrs. O. J. Biggs. Colony Wilbur. Newland, Frances Harney. Oshoto---Fr~tncis Brlslawn, Mr~ Ray Robinson. " Calender of Events JULY .~0 ~da~ce high ~wol band to Play o~ Rapid City, Station KOBH, 1 to 1:~0 la m. JULY ~!1 i t~st ~ ~ mmme~ ~ ~ in l 2:00 p.m. [ AUGUST 5 Danc~ ut Lellem Hall AUGUST 10 Elk "Le4t~' fllinle ,.2u ,... ~or~ kMr at 2:~ p. ai., ~ ~