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Sundance, Wyoming
September 17, 1953     The Sundance Times
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September 17, 1953

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WORKING TOGETHER AS .~ UNIT for the first time, the Sundance club played strong defensive football but offensive lapses cost the team several scoring chances. Above, an aerial thrust by Kenny Fall, No. 13, goes astray in the game here Friday between Sundance and Newcastle. SWARMED UNDER BY THEN. EWCASTI,E' line, Kenny Fall is shown getting away a hurried pass that was incomplete. Jarring note in the game wa~ pro,~ided by a Newcastle player, No. 46, here shown charging Fall. Dogie pIayer was given gate for unnecessary roughness. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. Ray R0~iinson have returned to Sundance from their ranch near Oshoto and moved into their home in the southwest part of town. Mrs. Robinson is the third grade tcacher~n the Sun- dance school system. Mr. and Mrs. Periey Wormwood of Hurley, S. D. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mauriee Classick from Thursday until Saturday. The Wormwoods are old friends of Mr. and Mrs. Classick. Mr, and Mrs. Harris Swartz o~ Gillette were overnight guests of Mr. arid Mrs. George Beagle and family last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin tlayward and children spent the weekend with Mrs. Hayward's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Wallace Boulden of New- castle. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Byrd and Tommy spent Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Jake Chaffin of Sturgis. The two Chaffin children, Zella and Jakie are spending this week visit- ins the Byrds. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Douglas and John Binney left for Loveland, Colo. Monday to spend a few days visiting relatives. Ronnie Carr spent the weekend at the J. D. Carr ranch at Carlile With his grandparents. Among the Sundance people shopping in Rapid City Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Jay Katches and children, Mr and Mrs. Harry Schloredt, Mrs. Bill Durfee, Marion Thompson and Mrs. Edith Thomp- Byrd. Mrs. Eldredge is an ~unt ct Mrs. Byrd. Bill Laughlin of Casper was an overnight guest ef Mr. and Mrs. Calvin tiayward and family. Lau~hlin is a nephew of Mr. I~Iay- ward. Mrs. Robert Policky, Mrs. Andy Y'olid