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Fall Session Teachers Assn. Here Saturday A full business session Saturday members of the Crook Classroom Teachers' As- when the association it annual fall meeting here high school auditorium. session will open at 9 a.m. section meetings being held 9-11 a.m. Grade teaehers will Doris Sander discuss the social studies program and the same period, high teachers will discuss group 11 a.m. the main business will be held. The assoei- will elect new officers, set amend its constitution and up resolutions for the dele- assembly. ~~e ral Riles Held wcastle for randma Valentine Victoria Valentine, 86-year- 0il Creek ranchwoman, known and wide as Grandma Valen- Was laid to rest Sept. 7 in the cemetery following her Sept. 3 at the Sundance hos- She had been ill for a i~igl~uneral services for Mrs. Valen- e, one of the first white women COme to Cambria were held at e Newcastle Methodist church th Rev. Kenneth Rice conduct- the services. L Pall bearers were Felix Wocicki, ~eL Perino John Perino, Karl ~i~e~ing, 'David Petersen, and h;d~rlce Lappe. Honorary pall- I~,~rers were Andy Wocicki, Carl ,"gland, Frank Albertini, E. P. ~haSon Dr Wells and Matt Per- 1110. ~Mrs. Valentine was born Nov j % 1886 m Tueno, Aus~ri:/ and ~,e to Mt. Carmel, Pa. when she ~1~s 2.2. On Feb. 14, 1893, she was ~rr,,ed in NeweaS,lc. to Ju:~ins ~e,~tine. From Newcastle, the ~L~ple DIOVOd tO ('~!FdiS'i:l ~',,iI(!~e ~ey lived for six years before mov- 8 to their Oil Creek ranch. ~btlrvivors inch de ono dau~hter rs. Mary ) .', " ; .-, ~?-, ;,' ~hn-, ~ 1 c~ too, and fo,, a~an,,- l~F'uren, ~Jarv ~lbert and I~l,ert ehao and Mrs. Jay 3Iayberry. Two-Day Blaze Burns 500 Acres at Carlile Fanned by a high wind, a forest fire swept through approximately 500 acres of timber and grassland Tuesday and Wednesday in the Carlile area. By 4:30 p.m. yes- terday, the fire had been surround- ed and was under control. No casualties were reported from the fire as 300 men fought the blaze. Destroyed by the fire were a sawmill operated by Emer- son Pickerd and 800 ft. of lumber and a Caterpillar tractor owned by Lorey Anderson. The fire was first seen by an employee of the Pickerd sawmill who was skidding logs to the mill. Cause of the fire was not definitely established. Heat generated by the logs being skidded was listed as one possible cause. Firefighters working the fire had the fire surrounded twice as four bulldozers plowed a fire guard around it. A stiff wind, however, Local FHA Officers Hold Session to Plan Work Schedule At an executive meeting held Monday, officers of the Sundance FHA chapter discussed the chap- ter's program for the year. Var- ious sections of work were divided among the eight office~s. The chapter worked oh program books at a business meeting held Sept. 9. Two FttA girls, Nelda Vines and Joan Keyser, took part in a panel discussion on "What You Should Get Out of Second Year Home Ec." Others on the panel were Mrs. M. O. Trego, Mrs. Karl Frederik- sen, County Agent Willet Keyser and Miss Donna Herman, acting home demonstration agent. Personal Items Mr. and Mrs. John ttelmer of St. Onge, Mr. and Mrs. John Moil- er of Belle Fourehe and George Mortenson of Speariidl were Sun- day visi!ors at Ross Butts, south of St;ndance and were evening callers :~t the iIugh Kokcsh home. .+a~ ~:: ~" ~- .,.,~.,~,~ KENTUCKY STIIAIGIIT BOURBON WIIISKEY State Plants 28,500 Fish In Crook County During Aug. Fish plantings in Crook cofinty and throughout the state by the Wyoming Game and Fish Commis- sion continued at a record pace during August A.F.C. Greene, state during August, A. F. C. Greene, state fish warden, said last week. In August, 28,505 fish totaling 1045 lbs. were released in county waters. This boosted the total year's planting in the county to 41,420 fish weighing 6725 lbs. During August, 674,751 fish weighing 16,219 lbs. were planted in the entire state. Operations this year have seen a total of 60,- 035 lbs. p~anted in the state far exceeding the amount of fish planted all last year in the state. Among the waters stocked in Crook county are Little Beaver Creek, Butterfield Reservoir, Mid- dle Fork of Hay Creek, Beaver! Creek, Inyan Kara Creek, Red- water Creek and Lake Cook. fanned the fire over the fire guard. Fighting the blaze which burned over land owned by Art Zimmer- schied, Lyle Griffith and Mrs. Sam McKean,.were men from Sundance, Hulett, Moorcroft, Gillette and ranchers from all over the county. INCA AII-A round Title Goes To Bear Lodge 4-H Plans Part In Achievement Day Program The club's part in the 4-H Achievement Day program was planned by members of the Bear Lodge 4-H club last Saturday night. The meeting was held at the Roy Little home. Girls of the club will give the boys a party after it was found that the boys had won the most ribbons at the fair. The club's next meeting will be held at the Carl Mayer home. Beulah 4-H Club Holds Last Meeting of Year Final meeting of the year for the Beulah Beavers 4-H club was held last week with 14 members attending. The members answer- ed the roll call by reporting on the prizes they won at the state .and county fairs. Mrs. Lena Tauck, club leader, indicated to the members that rec- ord books would have to be turned in to her by Oct. 20. Reorganiza- tion of the 'club will be held Oct. 23. Hostess for the meeting will be Donna Butterfield. Beulah Rancher Buys Brown Swiss Bull From Gallatin Ranch Another Brown Swiss bull has entered Crook county according to the Brown Swiss Cattle Breeders' Association of Bcloit, Wis., which announced recently that Robert Crago of Beulah had purchased a registered bull. Crago bought the hull, Gallatin Androeles 116465 from GaIlatin t{aneh, gig Ilorn, Wyo. Gerald Davis Awards and trophies will be pre- sented to the NCA 1953 champ- ions at a special banquet in Gill- ette Oct. 10, the Northwest Ranch Cowboy Association said this week in revealing the 1953 winners. Final point totals showed that Gerald Davis of Newcastle had won the all-around cowboy title with Sam Olson of Buffalo, S. D. placing second. Davis also racked up titles in bareback riding and bulldogging and finished second in saddle bronc riding. Olson grabbed off the saddle bronc riding champion- ship. Other event winners were Bill Brown, Jr. of Weston in calf rop- ing and C. T. Glenn who copped the team roping title. Charles Secrest of Crow Agency and John Small, Kirby, Mont. cowboy, shared title honors in the wild horso racing. Dr. Oliver A. aewett OPTOMETRIST Belle Fourche Office Over Frey's Hardware (Phone 730) Tuesday Through Saturday 9:00 a.m. -- 12:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. -- 6:00 p.m. Thursday Evening 7:00 p.m. -- 9:00 p.m. DUPREE OFFICE Monday HOSPITAL Mrs. Harold Zimmersehied was admitted to the hospital Septem- ber 10 and dismissed the 14th. Mrs. Irving Woodrum and baby boy were dismissed September 14. State Highway Dept. Seeks Colored Shots For New Road Map Scenic color photographs are still being sought by the Wyoming highway department for use with the 1954 highway maps now in preparation. G. T. Bath, the department's secondary engineer in charge of publishing the maps said he was still looking for four-by-five color transparancies and would welcome any contributions. Last year's used 11 color photographs. IIe said that contributions should be in his office at Cheyenne hy Oct. 1. Needed are scenic piclures. agrienltural and pastoral views and wildlife shots. Bath added that is was planned to distribute 300,000 of the colored maps next year. FOR IMMEDIATE SALE Good ranch, especially for wintering livestock. 160 acres deeded, 3800 acres leased. 200 acres in irrigated crop and pasture. Modern im- provements. Located 12 miles NW of Riverton. 1230-head sheep permit in mountains. Priced for quick sale. A. J. Garner, Riverton, Wyo. Phone 043-R2 I 9~:1 CHE~ ROLET STYLELINE !)E~UXE 4-DOOR low~rglhh, radi(h healer, motor overhaMcd Sundance, Wyo. 1945 DODGE 1% ton truck Circle S Chevrolet Co. $500 4 YEARS OLD 86 PROOF THE OLD HERMITAGE CO., FRANKFORT, KY. Phone 40 i [ ~I I /-door sedan, ]lydramaHc -- { $875 .... i ..S1 :~ , ~:::.: ..{i:. , ....... ::: ~{~i:/.:i:.i:.~ .... ::~: ~;2