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drawing, had proof that prehistoric Indians iff; eight for the fo~tr.year term THE SUNDANCE TIMES ~ae Crook County American living in the vicinity of Keyhole of county commissioner; four Sundanca, Wyo. Aug. 4, 1966 Cancer Society chapter was the Dam dug clams from the Bellewere running for assessor. ~irst in the state to meet its Fourche River for food. An editorial in The T~mes sug- quota. The goal was $700; Crook Home canners were notified by gested that Nellie Tayloe Ross, for increased postal delivery. The County contributed $813. the home demonstration agentcandidate for governor of Wyo- Sundance Times comment: '~he Dial telephones went into ser. to ready their pressure cookers ming, would be handicapped be- present administration of the vice at Hulett and New Haven.for the canning season, cause she was receiving the sup- postal department seems to be AGO A cloud seeding plane operated Wesley Hockett, former Sun- port of the Denver Post. The edo obsessed with the idea that the by Grazing, Inc., logged 29 hours dance resident, visited here on itorial concluded: "But some-department must pay its way re- No. 1 approved in the air in July. There wasfurlough from the army. times the candidates can't keep gardless of the service furnished issue for construc- some speculation that the seeding TWENTY YEARS AGO the Post against them, so per- by the government."' story addition on act~vLties had increased rainfall The ~ear ].~dge timber surce~ haps Mrs. Ross isn't in love with side of the school in the area and curbed hail which started in December was her Champa street backers either. I IO' ICE 01: Fl lkL The vote was 132-65.storms, completed the last of July. As The Sundance Creamery was SETTLEMENT OF: ESTATE of Moorcroft and Volnuteers, forest rangers and a result of the survey, the Bear paying 34 for butterfat. All creditors and others inter. Sundance, miss- county crews fought 15 fires July Lodge was divided into natural Homestead applications were ested in the estate of Arthur 3. $50 in the Cash Day 28 following a severe electrical logging units containing from one carried in the Times for John R. Degner, also known as Arthur storm, to 10 million board ~eet of saw Steinkamp, Howard W. Perkins,Degner, deceased, take notice The 15th reunion of the 1946 timber. Joseph F. Kunath and Griffith F. that the undersigned Administra- class of Sundance high school was Ova Cramer of Iowa City, Iowa Jones. tor of said estate will on or he- scheduled for Aug. 6. was named home economies FIFTY YEARS AGO fore the 19th day of Augur, 1966, TEN YEARS AGO teacher of Sundance High School. August 2, 1916 file in the office of the Clerk of August 2, 1956 Superintendent R. E. Anderson Joe Allread of Beulah was in Court of Crook County, Wyoming, The 1956 assessed evaluationsannounced that tuition for non- Sundance briefly a few days ago. his final account and petRign for eminuing for Crook County towns (1966 resident students had been raised Mrs. Shelley, wife of the rector distri, bution of said estate, where CP~k Ceuntv New. evaluations in parentheses): Sun- by the school board to $200. It of the Epsicopal Church, accom- anyone interested may examine L NEWSPAF dance $668,215 ($958,388); was estimated that the per pupil panied by her mother, arrived in such account and petition and Moorcroft - $408,642 ($459,459); cost for high school students was Sundance from Sheridan. Mrs. file objections thereto in writing Hulett - $140,984 ($177,343). $214.04. Shelley is one of the survivors of on or before the 29th day of Aug- Arthur H. Wood of Hulett col- An agricultural statistician in the Titanic disaster, ust, 1966, and if no objections are unteered for induction into the Cheyenne prediced that 1946 The Times fashion section flied thereto he will make final =.~ldtiim army. would be "one of the best crop Ca'Fried an article on the latest in settlement of said estate on the Newspaper Firemen answered two fires in producing years in the history of women's fashions - the military 30th day of August, 1966, or. as quick succession - one in a pick- the state." cape of faillle silk and pongee, soon thereafter as the matter may Every Thursday by up owned by John Stahl; another A contract to surface the Osho- At their annual meeting, Crook be heard. Publishing Co. in a shed owned by Mrs. Elfriede to-Carlile road was awarded to County teachers passed a resolu- Dated this 21st day of Jtdy, Is a legal Schloredt. Hopkins and McPherson of Lara- tion mourning the death of poet 1966. all publications. The 1956 Crook County loan mie. James Whitcomb Riley. /s/ Richard J. Macy inclsey, Publisherrate for No. 1 wheat was pegged The Sid Harveys were buildingSundance and Moorcroft were Administrator L. LIn~hmy, at $1.88 per bushel, a new home. turned down by the .U.S. Post Of- July 28; August 4, 11, 18, 1966. Manager The Moorcroft 4-H clubs - TheSundance Golf Club members ~fice Depa1"tment in their bid Allen, News Editor Rush Creek Ramblers and the recently made several improve- Prairie Pals built and erected a ments to their course. Greens Rates: highway safety si~gn on the out- were newly sanded and oiled and tddress in Wyoming, skirts of Moorcroft. fairways moved. Don't Play Yourself out L~vrence and Cart- Members of the Sundance Leona Dillon left Monday for $4.00 per year. Ground Observer Corps gather-Cheyenne where she was to meet Cooking for Company outside Wyo- ed at the courthouse July 20 her husband Rex who had just per year. when a nation-wide air alert was been discharged from the army. held. Observers included Mrs.FORTY YEARS AGO During Fair Week. "-" Sidney Harvey, Mrs. Ted Rounds, August 5, 1926 the at Mrs. Tom Hooper, Mrs. Everett ,Miss Davis of Buckh()rn was in as second under the act ofHumphrey, Mrs. Maurice Class- Sundance Saturday to have her 1879. ick, Mrs. Lee Schloredt and Mrs. tonsils removed by Dr. Claren- , Dorman Ewing. bach. Postmaster Mrs. Hurtt is Treat Your Fair , Stech Grocery News carried attending the first annual Wyom- :/ Armour's Star Slab Bacon for ing Postmasters convention in o Gueststo our 35 a pound. Casper. FIFTEEN YEARS AGO Mrs. Schloredt caught a strang- August 2, 1951 er attempting to pass a counter- Irvin Knapp became the first felt dollar. The sheriff was mayor of Hulett. He edged G.R. called. He searched the belong- Bush by one vote. In an earlier ings of the suspects after stop- Tues., Thurs., Sun., Noon 'tiJ 8 p.m. election they tied. ping their cars but could not find Plans for the first tournament any phony coins. The suspects ALL YOU CAN EAT; $1.75, Kids 12 and under, sponsored by the Sundanee Golf were released ,because of their Club were announced. Wayne "numerous children." Later it $] .35 Hodson was in charge of the was learned that they were being DENTIST event, sought by the' federal secret ser- Quick Service ~ 5 minutes through the line. 741 Pifth, Spearfish Sundance water sources were vice. They successfully passed Chicken, Swiss Steak, Barbeque Ribs, Salad, Dessert, Beverage. Of. Ph 642-3500 at a new high - 90 to 100 gallons counterfeit dollars at the Ells- Open 7 days a week 5:30 to 10, later on Passion Play nights. Ree. p~. 642.2977 a minute, worth store at Pine Ridge. The Knapp Clothing Store in Thirty candidates were running Hulett was sold to Mr. and M.vs. for the eight county offices Wilbert Long of Seely. which called for partisan compe- Spearfish A University of Wyoming Ar- tition. Eight Democrats and Re- AUTO CRAFT chaeologist announced that he .publicans were running for sher- Body Repair Painting . 892-2461 ,4 . ~S~lle Fourche, S. D. hR. K. A. ALLIsoN OPTOMETRIST Ph. 642-3669 646 Fifth Street Spearfish, S. D. e {3P.. j. G. BETTS 01teOPath. Physician Sl~qarfish, S. 13. ' ~. G, H. LINANDER DR. F. R. WARD DENTIST Spearfish, S.D. 146 W. Illinois St. In J OUVER .,,*WEft Free Show for the Kids Every Wednesday Afternoon ,. OPTOMETRIST .,,. r r.. Until September. Full-Length Movies. Top Children's Fifth Avenue through Saturday CARL MOORE Belie Fourche merchants are cooperating this year to make back4o- -ot 'nsT school shopping easy . . down painless., and economical for you. ul~.lNm Medical Bldg. The broad inventory offered by Belle Fourche stores and the conveni- ~'h.%lla Fourche, S. D. "ll,,Sat,, 8 a.m. to $ p.m. ence of shopping downtown Fourche allow you to complete your Ph. m-3 . back-to-school shopping in half a day. Many of the merchants will be offering seasonal sale items as well as a wide stock of every feasible T. H. PROCTOR school need.., from notebooks to winter coats. OPTOMETRIST Ph. 578"1761, Deadwood Floor, Franklin Hetol