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Page 3 The Sundance Times Thursday, September 24, 201. Newsbox items are limited to informational, nonprofit, service and social group meeting and event notices forthe purpose of notifying the public of upc~:m"ning events. Please confine to basic in,-, formation {name of e et- ing, day, date. time. ptace}. Communi Bible Study Frl.,Sept, 25,6:30 p.m. Upton Community Center - Call 28t- 2622 for more into, Yolksmarch Sun,, Sept. 27, Crazy Horse, SD Hunter Education Beginning Man., Sept. 28, 6:30 p.m.. Crook County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall - For information contact Ed Mign- cry, 283-2209. CCMSD Board Executive Session Meetings Sept. 29 and Oct. 6, 5:30 p.m., Hospital Meeting Room "Vrrrooom!" Storyflme Wed.. Sept. 30, 10:30 a.m., Library VFW Post 4311 Quarterly Meeting Thurs.. Oct, 1, 7 p.m., Post Home Fair Office Beginning Oct. 1, Hours are 8 Rev. Steve Christy and Bishop John Smylie during the celebration of the 125 anniversary of the ground- breaking for the Good Shep- herd Church. 115 Years Ago Benefit auction to be held for local couple On Friday, September 4, Larry and Casey Smith lost every- thing to an early morning fire. The community is once again pulling together to hold a benefit auction to aid in rebuilding. The auction will be on October 3 at 6:30 p.m. with a chili dinner served from 4-6 p.m. in the Courthouse Basement. Donated auction items would be greatly appreciated and needed by Oc- tober 2 plus an account has been set up at Sundanne State Bank under "Fire Relief' Please call Amanda at 307-281-6077 or Nancy at 307-281-1374 with any questions or concerns. "Where is your life headed?" The Todd Becker Foundation, created following the tragic death of 18 year old high school student, Todd Becker in the spring of 2005, has announced its plans to share their 'WChere is your life headed?" presentation at Sundance Secondary School in Sundance on Wednesday, September 30. The day's events will include an assembly for grades 9-12 at the high school starting at 12:30 p.m. and then an evening assembly and live concert at 7 p.m., of which the public is invited to attend. The evening program will take place in the high school gym. The presentation is given in large part by Keith Becker, who is the brother of Todd Becker, and it unfolds the real life, true story behind the choices that lead to the death of his brother. Todd was killed in an alcohol-related car accident. The presen- tation features an impacting and life-changing message that includes live music from the Christian band "Chye", graphic videos and other stunning audio. Since 2005, the assembly program has been in over 200 high schools across the Midwest and has reached nearly 50,000 students. Peek at the Past appeal agent, Otis Reyonlds; was born in Mankato, Minn. in Turn the page for the solution! o...., Medium Sponsored by: ANTIQUES, SILVER. GOLD, VINTAGE. RETRO COINS & iTEMS & CURRENCY COLLECTIBLES 414 MAIN ST., SPEARFISH 605-717-8375 OPEN MON-FRI IO-5, SAT 10-2 a.m.-1 p.m, September 21, 1900 Registrant's advisory board,1878. It was 69 years ago that Electa Chapter #5, PatDunnofthe Empire Sheep James T. McGucktn; two oth- he came to Crook county to OES company of Moorcroft recently ers to be appointed; Examining work as a cowboy for the famed [ .... ,., f, : / Pine Ridge Commumty Church Thurs Oct 1 7 30 p m .... "' .'~ !, L" found on the prairie a few miles physician: Dr. d. F. Clarcn-old 101 ranch near Moorcroft. J ......... "'-.."" r n " / will" be hosting" a Bana Ollecnng . ,.. south of the 101 ranch a curt- bach. The 101 was one of the biggest l Praise and Aluminum ans .......... ous specimen of rifle. The gun Death claimed two brothers at ranches in the nation, operat- / Worship Service L.an De placea in/Be Trailer .... __. . . __ . b thecarwash NOBOTTLES was almost mtmly noeaaea Moorcroft last week, TomNoo- ing in Wyoming, Montana and Y , . ,- PLEASEI in the soft and the mdicatmns nan dying Sunday from CancerNebraska. Joe started work in Oct. 9 at 6:3O p.m. BING( ! were that it had lain there for and his brother, Leo, following 1896 when the cowboys worked[ -~-'~!~:"~P~ " ~[ ~s~~2 If I have not reached your church Eve Mondayafl pm Sun dozens of years - probably lon- him Thursday when attack of without the benefit of corrals, personally, please feel free to come [~/ .i " dance Assisted Care Centerger than Delashmut can re- heart trouble proved fatal, doing all their work in the open. /_.~..~t~ii~ anyway. We would like your worship team Bearlodge Yoga Club member. 50 Years Ago Discussing those past years, to participate, so please bring song sheets. ] -~ '~I'~'K We are all the Body of Christ, come let us Man,, Wed. evenings, 5-6:30 Little Florence Frank is the September 30, 1965 Joe recalled that Sundance was [ Y L%/~, worship together. Linda Griffis 756-3917. p m Church of Christ Ques r "" " - " happy possesso of a hand- Duane (Speed) Hartl sound- a pretty good business town some Kimball piano- a present ed like a tobacco auctioneer at that time with four grocery tions, call Doreen. 281-0317. All welcome. AI-Anon Every Tuesday and Thursday, 8 p.m., Senior Citizens Center from her Uncle Meyer. Saturday moming at the slave stores and four saloons. He re- A handsome liquor case auction conducted by the Sun- alled that the big cattle ranch- ( adams the front of the interior dance high school Letterman's ers came in with four-horse II of The Derby. It is the produc- Club. Club members were auc-outfits and loaded up food. Late : tion of home mechanics, as are tioned off by Hart1 to anyoqe in the fall they would load up all the improvements which it who cared to bid. In return enough supplies to last them A total of 184 men have been selected by Gov. Neis H. Smith to direct the conscription ma- chinery and registration day of Oct. 16 in Wyoming's 23 coun- ties. (draft boards). The first step in the actual draft will be the registration of all male citi- zens between 21 and 36 on Oc- tober 16. Registration will be at the usual precinct voting plac- es. The following men from this county were named, subject to presidential approval: Edwin Rounds, Harry Schloredt and Francis Hejde; Govemment Alcoholics Anonymous Every Tuesday and Thursday, 8,D,m,, eBior Citizens Center was theProPrietors the winning bidder received a through until spring. In ,those da~r~ ~0fk fi-dflSt"Lhe, m6tfibe~ ena~l~;~th'~, '~irldh~i~ "~{~[~ 7~,e Morniag :Glories to ..... .... :" " 4,.- .': ,, ;75Years Ago. botigl {/Pr0ce ds of the aucfiorl ti ading 'center"for a vast {erri- September 26, 1940 went to the club. Members went tory. When the 101 closed out, in, 9:30 meeting-' For more for bids rang~i"g' from 24 cents Joe went to work in Montana information call Mona at to $5. and later homesteaded in the 283-2129. In 1883, a family arrived byBear Lodge and was married Veteran's Outreach & wagon in Spearfish from Ft. in Sundance in 1908. He has Advocacy Program Pierre S.D. Joe Allread, old- a son and two daughters. On Available to veterans and their families. Call 307-630- time cowpuncher and Sun- April 3, 1935 Joe opened a pool 3230. dance resident was just a five- hall here. He has operated the year-old boy when he arrived in business since then except for Spearfish with his family. Joe several years in the late 1950s. Moving? 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