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~water SCD Sets Sept 25 Elections Two supervisors will be elected Sept. 25 at the annual election of the Redwater Soft Conservation District to be held jointly at Far- rail hall with the Redwater Farm Bureau. Candidates to fill the expiring terms of Myron Goodson and John Crago are Goodson, Warren Rich- ards, Frank Pearson and Stephen Gels Jr. Candidates may also be written in on the ballot. Absentee ballots are being mail- ell out by the district to members. Absentee ballots may also be ob- tlined from County Agent Willet Keyser. The absentee ballots must be returned to Willet Keyser oil or before Sept. 24 to count hr the election~ ,,u ~Sewer (Continued From First Page) Of the town would be hooked on by the end of this week. The mayor reported that Sun- dance residents would have 60 days to connect their homes with file system and that the sewer ~ervice charge would go into ef- fect then. He pointed out that the service charge went into effect as ~on as a building was connected tO the system. Social Security Field ~gent Sets Visit .~Here Sep~mber 24 The Casper office of the Social Security Administration reported this week that during the first three quarters of 1953 several hun- tired people in Crook county had taken advantage of the regular vis- its of field representative James Torbett to this area. Torbett will make another trip here Sept. 24 when he'll be at the county welfare office at 11 a.m. persons wishing to make applica- tion for retirement or family ~ur- rivers payments may contact him then. --T. C. E. A. (Continued from First Page) 1 counties has three directors. In future years, ff the amend- ment is adopted, all directors would be elected for three years with one director from each coun- ty being elected at each annual meeting. The staggered terms for directors was approved by the last session of the state legislature. The other amendment provides that in 1954 and thereafter, the candidate receiving the largest number of votes in each county would be elected as director. This year, under the amendment, the candidates in the three coun- ties obtaining the most votes will win the three-year term while the second highest candidates would be named to two-year terms. Can- didates obtaining the third largest number of votes would be elected for one year. According to the association, 17 men have been nominated for spots on the board of~directors. Nominated from Crook county are C. D. Roberts, E. tt. Reinecke, Don Steiger, Bert Evans and Ralph Nickelson. Campbell county nominees are J. M. Isenberger, Earl Todd, Maur- ice Morel, Charles Peterson, Charles Mankin ~nd Ray Cutler. Put up for election from Weston county are Donald Croxton, Fran- cis Sedgwick, Clifford Schulze, Earl Christensen, Everett Murray and Harry Thorson. Aside from the election and amendment voting, officers will report on the year's operation of the association. Sharp Increase Noted In Enrollment As Hulett Schools Open Attendance at the Hulett schools during the opening week showed an increase over last year's fig- ures. Enrollment in the high school showed 68 while 88 students were enrolled in the grade school. Both figures are mcreases over last year. 6 that's "Cheerful as its l':ame" E~3GUCCY STIAIG~T L~G, URIGN WHISKEY fiLD THIS WHISKEY IS 4 YE/,tS OLD 86 PROOF THE Ot SUNNY BROOK CO~,tPANY, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY For Winter Wheat Seeding, Let Us Show You The Advantags of An Oliver Superior Drill We can supply you in nearly any size. We'll make you a good deal. Farm Equipment and Supply Harold Bovee -- Belle Fourehe -- Chick Runyan ? Old I~yan Kara ;- Church Honored with Plaque Unveiling Nearly fifty persons attended ex- ercises here last Friday commem- morating the Inyan Kara Metho- dist Episcopal church which was the first country church in Wyom- ing. The exercises were held at three different points. Laura Chassell Toops and Clara Chassell Cooper, twin daughters of Rev. O. B. Chassell, pastor of the first church, unveiled a plaque on the old church building, now the David Fraser residence in Sundance. Other ceremonies were held at the original site of the church, about ten miles southeast of Sun- dance, where a monument was ded- icated. Final ceremonies were held twelve miles southeast of Sundance where a highway monu- ment erected on Highway 585 was dedicated with a representative of the Historical Landmark Commis- sion of Wyoming leading the ser- vice. Getting the Times New Miss Mary M. Steiger, Madison, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. 3. B. Myers, Wash., D.C. C. K. Tutty, Sundance Renewals Porter Long, Devils Tower Ed C. Moore, Moorcroft Chester Hutchins, Sundance R. E. Brislawn, Oshoto Ted Thorne, Devils Tower Wayne Jackson, Sundance Bill Jackson, Philadelphia, Paq --Pearson (Continued From Firs~ Page ) In 1907, Pearson bought an in- terest in Cap Storm's general mer- chandise store and eventually op- erated the store under the name of Pearson's. Pearson o~ recalled that Hut- ett was a "damn good town in 1907" with two newspapers, a bank, flour mill. hotel, restaurant, two stores, a drug store and a doctor. He was a member of the Hulett Masonic lodge and a former Odd Fellow. Survivors include his wife. Em- r~a: three sons - Iver, Oscar and Clarence; one daughter. Mildred Morgan. and one granddaughter, all of Hulett; three sisters - Mrs. _;lfrt,d Nielsen of :\lw~: ~Jrs. UI- rika Johnson of Boston, Mass., and "Z:~tiida of Skin,s, Sweden: two Lr~thers - Peter of Twin Falls. Id- ale. and Andros of Sknos. Swed- en, :mJ several hicocs and no- i;!lews. 2~ulh)ups Open P~gskin Slate at Gtlettc Thursday The Butlpr~ eleven ~mder the ~uiding hart4 o~ C~ael[ Toad Weav- er launches its 1953 s;v~son Thurs- day aKernoou at Gillette. The };u!Iptrps who showed flashes of promiae h~st year. have been train- ing strenuously the last week in preparatio~z for the tilt. Weaver this year zs handling b:,~tiz the junior and senior high teams. For Those Tender ~mokcd thtms and Bacon Bring your Ht~gs to BRODSKY Packing Co. For Processing Spearfish, S. D. Authorized Florists Telegraph Delivery Shop SIEBRECHT'S FLOWER SHOP Floral Service Plants and Flowers Phone 128 Store 614 St. Joe Rapid CitY, S, D. _ q --Football (Continued from First Page) ever lack of work showed as the offense sputtered and stalled. ' This week, the Bulldogs swept through long practices in prepara- tion for Friday night's game when they invade Buffalo to meet the Thundering Herd. Weaver, point- ing out that the Bison "were the big threat in the Powder River conference, declined to make a prediction on the outcome. The Sundance schedule for the remainder of the season: Buffalo - Sept. 18---Away. Edgemont - Sept. 25 -- Away. Midwest - Oct. 2 - Home (Home- coming.) Igloo'- Oct. 9--Home. Gillette - Oct. 16--Away. Upton - Oct. 23---Home. Farm Bureau (Continued from First Page) olutions committee. Starting this month, not onlyI in the county, but across the state, [ a series of community discussion,'}] meetings will be held by Faz.~2r;-I Bureau locals. Out of the meetings [ are scheduled to come resolutionsI concerning farm credit, conserva- tion, farm income and others deal- ing with local, state and national issues. The resolutions will then be tak- en to county, district, state and national annual meetings to be voted upon by convention dele- gates. Farm Bureau meeting dates here in the county include: Sunny Di- vide and Moorcroft locals, Sept. 18; Sundance. Sept. 19; Alva local, Sept. 22; New Haven Farm Bur- eau. Sept. 23, and Redwater, Sept. 25. Following the county Farm Bur- eau session Sept. 26. the Northeast District Farm Bureau meeting will be held at Buffalo Oct. 2-3. An- nual convention of the Wyoming Farm Bureau is slated for Nov. 11-14 at Cheyenne. Commercial Theater SIJNDANCF~ 8:00 P M Friday, .art,,, ~!ay Se]~t. 18, 19 " In Techuicohw Starring Rorv Calb r~m Cor;nne C:}. v:d Cameron ~,tile.heil A Top We~leru[ You'll Like Tiffs Cne! Sunday, Mc:~day Sept. 20, 21 Sir Walter Scott's "IVANHOE" In Technicalcr Stm'ring Robert Taylor Elizabeth TayI,'r Joan Fontaine George ~,~nders Emlyn Williams An entertaimnent experience of a Lifetime' Now at regular prices! c - = " Weds., Thursday Sept. 23, 24 "THE SYSTEM" Starring Frank Lovejoy Joan Weldon Underworld Operation THE SUNDANCE Sundance, Wyo. Bear Lodge Holds First Studies Things continued to for Bear Lodge FFA week as the first FFA was held and the their first judging of year. The initial session ter was held Sept. mittees being appointed year. The chapter also point system for the er degree and reviewed quirements for green Other developments meeting included a series whipped up by the tee to be given year. Another safety idea ed safety signs to be chapter. Chapter members were glimpse of future the program committee outline of the special be given at each chapter FFA boys held their ing last Saturday with castle boys. The hogs at Leonard and rams at Willet wound up by judging heifer calves at Andy Belle Belie Fourche. South Air Conditioned Thursday Only, Sept. Evening Shows 7:30, A RE-RELEASED ~ith Directed ~ILLARD MITCHELl Friday, Saturday, DOUBLE PROGRAM Ewening Shows 7:00 Matinee Saturday 1: o-*tm:l~ ~ IAW~ANCE Gale t0311NS A ~f,~lll I~J~E L. I/,SKY, JR,'lnspired b: giected by PHIL KARLS Oi't Plus corns CINEC( MONOGRAM ~y Piay "WAIIO0" Sat. Sunday, ?rSond:'y, Cominuous Shows Sh4~s at 2:C~0. 4:3t. 7:01 ATTEND %.'-IE A V,OID THE N~GtlT News- Selected Tues., Weds., Sept. Evening Shows 7:30, Rory Calhoun, Corinne Selected Sh~rt