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YEARS AGO 20, 1962 ,high school ,bond is- voted on Nov. 6 by residents. If the Mooreroft Hulett, and Sundanee, $115,000. (Dick) Bush, ,Ht~lett busi- `the Democratic state representative when ,he filed with the secretary of state. 100 9ersons were at .the Ranch Monday morning 1962 Wyoming Hereford Opened. People ~rom seven and Canada attended the county's first Red Cross to be ,held in the fall kicked off Monday. Crook quota in the fall drive is YEARS AGO 19, 1957 Goodson, Sundance was elected secretary- of the Wyoming State of Soil Conservation Lt the group's convention Crook County Home Demo- Council will be present- a $I00 national traffic contest at the Tri- Achievement Day pro- :Sept. 28. Creek -Work is being Onthe Carlile bridge and it is getting a new flame- Canyon - People ~vay are happy over service for the first It is quite a change as ,ha~;e gone many miles to get ~aail. YEARS AGO 18, 1952 A near Beulah, 'M. L. Annenberg, Phil- publisher, in the early a cost of over $500,000, go under the auctioneer's Oct. 18. E. Dobras, superinten- Moorcroff since last July., released from his peel- accept a State Department in Damascus, Syria. a week's layoff due Outbreak of polio in Sun- Crook county, the Sun- reopened Monday. meeting of ,the Sun- Legion and VFW esday ended with the ,agreeing to send a com- the Oct. 9 :meeting of Commercial Club to the county fair board of entertainment at fair. TWENTY YEARS AGO September 18, 1947 Interest is running high in the .Polio Emergency Volunteer cour. se sched.u.led to be ,held here Sept. 20 and 21. Dick Dttrfee was high scoring xnan at the ,local trapshoot Sun- day. Herb Stech and Jay Durfee tied for :second high. Minimum temperatures over ,Wyoming last night ranged from 13 degrees abo,ce zero to 36 above in .the state's first real cold snap. ;Big Piney ~vas the cold spot dur- irtg the ni,gh`t with 13 abo~ee. FORTY YEARS AGO September 22, 1927 .Houston Creek - A heavy frost visited us Saturday night which did great dam,age to .gardens. ,Lyle Putman was in Sundance Monday from his ranch on the Tower divide. He states that his tather George Putman ,has `thresh- ed ou,t 4400 bushels ~ wheat this f~l and he has 1370 bushels. Fall reheat on tresh b.roke sod yielded 40 bushels 'to the acre. Reports from the iRoeky Ford eomm,unity show 52 ,bushels of wheat to an acre, on down to 38 bushels. Cone ~honey, 18 cents a pound. strained honey 20 cents a pound. George Howes. SEVENTY YEARS AGO September 22, 1897 Perry Brown sold his ranch south of town recently ,to Charles Durkee. Mr. Brown and family :e~pect 'to go .to the coast this fall W'hile on his way to town yes- terdary morning on his bicycle, I-Ion. Tom Hoe,per was .thrown to the ground with such violence that ~he smaller bone in his left ,leg was broken near the foot. Dr. Baker reduced the fracture. L. F. Kincaid's trotting horse got ,the best of the driver one evening last week and took a run ,up the Saaford canyon with the sulky. The horse was ,found two days later urthurt but the sulky had to be brought "home in a gunny sack. Thursday, Se~. 21 - Goulash, applesauce cake, apricots. Friday, Sept. 22 - Fish sticks, macaroni and tomatoes, brown bread and butter, one,half orange. Monday, Sept. 25 - ,Hot beef sandwiches, peas, raisin mumbles. Tuesday, Sept. 26 - Baked beans with ,hamburger, coffee cake, pineapple. Wednesday, Sept. 27 - Corned beef sandwich squares, green beans, jello. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Sept. 21, 1967 OUr pellet mill is operating full steam every day. W.Q suggest you get your pellets made early this year. To encourage you, we're making this ffer . UNTIL OCT. 1 ON ANY SIZE PELLET ORDER, the charge will be $8.00 TON. ~is is a good deal for both of us. If you get your orders in ely, we can make efficient use of our work force and facilities You can save money and not stand in line. VET AND DRY MOLASSES - We Have a Good Stock of Staley's Molasses Products TOXITON - THY BENZOLE PHENOTHIAZINE ARSENATE bRENCH for wormy sheep and cattle Get after those worms. They're likely to be bad this year. the grass so lush, they move up high end get to the steak A Complete Farm-- Ranch Center Belie Fourche New Ri.chard Gary Snider, Laramie Clifford Thurman, Wichita, Kans. Drew Hutchinson, Laramie ;Bruce Hooper, Laramie Renewals Jay Mahoney, Alva Donald E. Fowlkes, Spokane, Wn. ;Bill Lanning, Sundance /Herriek Pdpley, Aladdin ~ichard Snider, Sundance Carl Reimer, Gi,llette ;B. F. Lincoln, Sundance Mrs. Dean Bush, Hulett Wyo. State ~raploymen.t. Service, Newcastle Mrs. B. J. England, Casper Wyoming Travel Commission, C,heyenne :Robert Wilson, Alzada, Mont. C,hester Hejde, Aladdin ~R. D. Perkins, Minneapolis, Minn. Carl Mayer, Sundance Cliffo~i Fish, Aladdin Loran Bartlett, Alzada, Mont. Rabert McAmis, Alva Hulett C. Wood, Hulett Bronze Star Presented To Sundance Soldier ~ospital Corpsman Third Class Rudolph A. Henke, USN, Sun- dance, ,last month ~vas presented ~ho Bronze Star Medal by Navy Captain G. E. Cruft, Third Marine Division surgeon, at Phu Bai, Vietnam. While serving as a corpsman ~vibh Company I, Fourth Marine Regiment, Petty Officer Henke .exposed himself to intense fire ~vhi.le moving from ,bunker to ,bunker assistirrg wounded Mar- ines and Vietnamese soldiers dur- ing enemy 'attacks near Gio Linh. After one artillery attack, Hen- ke saved the life of a wounded comrade after working six con- secutive ,hours. Henke is presently serving with B Company, Third Medical Bat- ration, in Vietnam. NOTICE OF ANNUAL The Farmers Ranchers Co-Operative of Belle Fourche, S. D., Annual Stockholders Meeting. VFW Clubhouse, Belle Fourche SEPT. 25 --o 1:30 P.M. Our speaker this year will be Lloyd Ayers, who is assistant dean of the College of Agriculture, University of Wyoming. it goes without saying that this message will be timely and of interest to ell in the Tri-State area. The public is cordially Invited. DOOR PRIZES FAVORS DOOR PRIZES DOUGHNUTS AND COFFEE [] ON ALL FRIGIDAIRE APPLIANCES 10 Free Prizes .,w ,...,. Television Set, Emerson 8-Translstor Radio, GE Table Radio, Universal Hair Dryer, GE Portable Mixer, GE Electric Can Opener, Proctor Steam iron, Doremyer Coffee Maker, Frigidaire Grille Frigidaire Ice Ejector. Nothing to buy. Just come in and register for one of the 10 prizes to be given away during this 10-day sale. o ,ONS , ON o. .M. (Drawing for food afterward). PEaA, DEMONSTRATION ON T.E WASHeeS ORYeeS SEPT. I 2, 2 to 3 P.M. Home Econom,st Lorraine Shockman will host the I d by the district representative. 5 & C ies- 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 21-22-23 SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL FLOOR MODELS OF FRIGIDAIRE REFRIG- ERATORS, FREEZERS, RANGES, WASHERS, DRYERS, DISHWASH- ERS. SAVE 10 - 15 - 20 - 25% on Any Frigidaire Appliance pur- chased now during our anniversary sale. BUY RIGHT NOW AND SAVE. ) Your Frigidaire Dealer Belle Fourche, S. D.