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September 17, 1953     The Sundance Times
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Attack Fair Board [Sets 1954 Worker IFair Dates Grubb Dies at Work (~rubb of Sundance collap- died Tuesday at 1:35 p.m. was working at the Helen with O. C. Dinkins. of the 56-year-old Grubb IVandals Block Sewer The Crook County Fair Board with the echoes of the recent coun- ty fair still in their ears, Thurs- day set the dates for the 1954 fair. The fair will be held in Sundance] ]lm.~...i~a,,nm County August 27-29. ,Another result of the boardI meeting here saw Harlan Williams l named president of the board for Ird|||| Bureau PA,,,. the next year. Other officers of l the 'new board are Dorothy Twi-' to a heart attack. had not been ill and had heart trouble. services have been set at 2 p.m. at the Sun- church with Rev. Conducting the services. Will be in Mt. Moriah cem- the direction of the Roberts Funeral Home: include his wife Clara, ghters, Mrs. Charles Rich- Calif., Mrs. Wayne of Sundance; two sons, of Sundance and Glen of and ten grandchildren. As System is Finished sec=t "I MEetiligtreasurer. Set WEATHER The readings: Max. Min. Prec. Sept. 8 .................... 86 49 0 Sept. 9 ........ ,-_:.~83 54 0 Sept. 10 _ ...... ', ...... 85 52 i Sept. 11 ................. 79 47 I Sept. 12 ................86 44 Sept. 13 ................82 44 Sept. 14 ................83 48 The annual meeting of the Crook County Farm Bureau will be held Sept. 26 when election of officers will be held. The session will be held at 6:00 p.m. at Ray's Cafe witll a steak dinner being served to the 14 voting delegates selected from the county locals. The date wa:, set after a joint meeting Saturday between the d/recto'rs and the res- tContinued on Last Page, Sec. 1) "r:nd Proiect: High School Board I Gives Green Light IThis Week On Plans for Hulett The Most Thoroughly Read Newspaper In The Black Hills CO,17YAI~I~; ,,,~ C,,?OOW COUAzTY .i]V.$'W,g ~e~vspaper for Crook County, To~vn .f ~nndance and United States Land Office LV SUNDANCE. WYOMING TIIU 1~DkY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1953 Number 38 Pick Up Fimf own ~b;( -- + " " i. l:h. Bud Dur[ec, Jay D:r'fee a,~.d joe Durfce. Pearson. born May 6. 1371 in Billinga. Swccicn, came to Crook couniy in May, 1892 wimn he home- steaded at Eoihen. In 1906, he married Errima Merin at Eothen, From 1894 until 1898, Treed carried the mail between Belle Fourche and tlulett by team and horseback, (Continued on Last Page, Sec. 1) The Sheridan architectural firm of Cook and Whitney was instruct- ed Friday by the Crook county high school board to prepare work- ing drawings and final plans for i the new school building additions at IIulett. Meeting at Moorcroft, the high school board also discussed pre- liminary sketches of the new ad- ditions and buildings at the three :county high schools. On Monday night here, the Sun- dance grade school board discuss- ed questions sub.mitted to it by the educational sub-committee of the legislative interim committee• The sub-committee is studying ed- ucational problems in an effort to draw up a plan which can be submitted to the state legislature• Stlpt. Frank Wagner, Bill tIughes and Sid Harvey attended a meet- /ng of the sub-committee last night in Gillette• Achievement Day for 4-H Set for Oct. 17 4 !l Achievement l)ay in (h':mk e(itmly wi]l be h:.'hl Oc{ot;or 17 h?re. the ttKlll{y ,:l-{t council I'('Df;F:- od St'!)I 11 f