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September 27, 1956

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i = = =t THE SUNDANCE TIMES ~ 49 North, Range 67 West of Dated this 31st day A Crook County, Wyoming. Marion Cure, dent near Miles City, Mont. latst You are further notified that (SEAL)Clerk District Thursday afternoon. His car over- unless you answer the petition of At Pcs turned twice after a front whee y 11 the Plaintiff on or before the 13th Sept. 6-13-20-27 blew out. He is not in,~ serious Rally Day is the fall Sunday day of October, 1956, that the alle- ___ _________ ........... condition but is thought to have school round-up. It is also time gations of the Plaintiff's Petition will be taken as true and judg- The white-tailed FEE KAT THE PAST severalFiFTEENbrokenyEARsribs.AGO classes.fr promotions in the various ment rendered against you and sometimes weighs seven FIVE YEARS AGO September 27, 1951 The "T" intersection formed by U. S. Highway 14 and State High- way 116, which has claimed 35 ac- cidents in the last three years, ino eluding a fatal one Sept. 15, has aroused a public demand that the intersection be changed. A midnight argument ended in the near-fatal stabbing of Edward Draper of Moorcroft on Saturday, Sept. 22 on the Keyhole Dam road near Moorcroft. Top price at the annual Wyoming ram sale at Casper went to Rodney Port of Sundance when his stud Rambouillet was sold for $1050. He also sold another stud for $500. Koorcroft-- Mrs. William Nor- man had the misfortune to fall and break her kneecap last Thursday. She is now resting in the McHenry hospital and getting along as well can be expected. Aladdin -- Our first snow of the se4/~ fell here Sunday fore- noon but melted almost as fast as it fell, making rather slippery roads. YlgN YEARS AGO 194S The 1946 Republican political campaign will get under full swing Oct.. 12 when three Republican candidates, Harry B. Henderson, eandidate for U. S. Senator; Dr. A. G. Crane, candidate for secretary of state; and Everett T. Copen. hayer, state auditor candidate, will come to Sundance. In announcing that the Sundance Commercia! Club would hold its regular monthly meeting Oct. 2, M. O. Trego, president of the club, stated that Bud Harper, Boy Scout leader, would be present at the meeting to discuss with club mem- bers the skating rink in Sundance for the coming winter. Even though suffering a 27-0 de. feat last Friday night at New- easth, the Sundance Bulldog eleven played a good brand of football and allowed a lot of improvement over their initial game with Spear- fish the previous week. Moorcroft -- Sheriff Tex Martin of (HUette was injured in an acci. September 25, 1941 Ray Walker, 68, for many years a salesman in this territory, was killed Saturday morning when his car plunged from Highway 85 about two miles out of Hill City. He was thrown from the door and crushed under the car when it turned over. After having been without a music instructor in tKe Sundance schools, the past three weeks, 11. M. Bernd, formerly of Whitewood, S. D. has been selected to fill the position and, began his duties Mon- day morning. Bud Cure wrecked his truck Friday afternoon when the car in front of him turned to a side road just as he was preparing to pass. Th~ accident occurred just this side of the Lappe store between Sundance and Newcastle. Moorcreft --- At the ranch home of Russell Krause, a windcharger has been installed and with the power, the family is now enjoying lights and running water in their home. TWENTY YEARS AGO September 24, 1936 Raymond Finch, two-year~ld son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Finch, was drowned in Sand Creek Fri- day afternoon at about two o'clock. Phil McClure, 24, was critically injured and two others in the same car less seriously injured last week when their car crashed into the rear end of a parked truck near Thermopolis. In the month of September for many years has taken place a din- ner commemorating the birthday of Mrs. Elizabeth Pannell. This year, her 94th milestone, was no exception. John Raber, well-known rancher in the ColonyI Wyo. community passed away at his home in Beile Fourehe Wednesday morning after a lingering illness. Beulah -- John Crago is suffer- ing from a bruised back, due to a bad fall he received while riding s plow behind a Farmall tractor, which was working on the Vore reservoir. Beginning with Rally Day and during the entire month of Octo- ber we should all work to boost the attendance back up to the usual winter level. So be sure and call on all those who haven't been to Sunday school during the summer and invite them back for the in- teresting winter months. The Dakota Conference is spon- soring the fall round-up contest and the church with the largest percentage gain during the month of Oct. will receive a large Sunday school folding table. That is one of the many items we need so badly in the basement so let's all pitch in and work for it. Our record attendance stands at 107. Wouldn't it be wonderful ff we could break that record and win that table. Next Wednesday evening, Oct. 3 is monthly business meeting time. Won't everyone please turn out as there are several important items that must be settled at this time. We are looking forward to see- ing you at Sunday school this Sun- day. Tell everyone that Rally Day is Oct. 6. Sunday School ,10:00 a.m. Morning worship 11 a.m. Young people's meeting 7 p.m. JPIUBLICATION OF SUMMONS TO: W. A. SCHULTE. 330 East 10th Street, Denver Colorado; J. L. McLAUGHLIN, Box 1824, Great Falls, Montana. You and each of you will take notice hereby that Updtke Broth- ers, Inc., a Wyoming Corporation, as Plaintiff, has filed in the District Court sitting at Sundance, Wyo- ming, its petition against you and each of you as Defendants praying to recover a money judgment from each of you jointly and severally, and praying to foreclose its mechanic's lien against an oil and gas lease upon which you and each of you own an interest, said oil and gas lease being upon the following described' lands: NE~4, ENW%, NE~4SW%, S ~ SE~4 Section 5, Township each of you as prayed therein, pounds or more. and the Tri-County Electric Association's and while you're in Sundance, REMEMBER For Features, Style and Value Refrigerators Home @ Electric Clothes Dryers A ttomatie Washers Ph. AT. 8-1428 o Sundanee, RADIATE Consult with us for: 3tr Guaranteed Rebuilt Radiators for the Most Popular Cars. 3t" Radiator Repair Work "k Recore Work RADIATOR SHOP WAS AND ]'hone 11 Spearfish, 8. D. ! q i ' = Yes, when a man huntod game, he hunted for 4 pleasure. It was his reerestlon. HIs Wife I hunted, too. But it was a job. She had to go from store to store hanUng all the groeerles. I" crat' C cmditte f' I n.. th.re w..o pi.nre, to her . hnnUng. :' shop st Model Here you find it easy and I shall appreciate your vote " ) eonvenlent to fill all your grocery -- at -- one plsee without having to hunt .. No picking --election" November 6. m t Bill Hughes H.C. Ph. $-1041 Sand&nee,