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kitchen floor with food and set or ten days and a vast amount EN that Crook County Recrea- tract as recommended by the Eno fire to a mattress, of timber is being destroyed. It tion Board, Sundance, Wyoming, gineer, and in the event that any A cold front moving from theis a very unfortunate occurrence is advised the work is substantial- claim is not filed with said Croog north swept over Crook county for the country, as not only the ly completed for a Toilet Facility County Recreation Board, Croog Tuesday night bringing a small timber is being destroyed but at Washington Park, Sundance, County, Wyoming, prior to No- amount of rain and lowering the the agricultural interests of the Wyoming, the same work being vember 7, 1973, the same shall temperature. The rain leveled section adjacent to the burned under contract to Gary L. Jensen, be waived. FIVE YEARS AGO some of the dust caused by the district are being irreparably im- and this contractor is entitled to ........ rd Sept. 26, 1968 .. Mrs. Mamie McAnally, Crook months-long dry period, paired. The origin of the fire is final settlement therefor L:rooK t:ounrv ~tecreanon ~oa Fire swept over approximately not known, but is no doubt the " Crook County, county Welfare director, headed 100 acres of grass, brush and criminal carelessness on the part On the forty-first day after the Sundance. Wyoming the list of 22 Wyoming welfare timber Friday afternoon in the of some one. first publication of this notice, n-. ~ .~-'~- '~K~- ,.~ ~ ..^ ,~ ~ ,...y . JL~.U;~r~C|I JL l OA.%V, employees who received service Aladdin area. George Wade will return homenamely ~eptemaer 27, 1y73, ~.rOOK p_.....~...., awards Tuesday at the annual Cadet Robert Frolander of Sun- soon, having received his dis- County Recreation Board will _L=~tu=,,~ Wyoming Public Welfare meet- dance has enrolled at Missouri charge from the Torrey regiment, make final payment to the con-Publish Sept. 27, Oct. 4, 11, 1973. ing in Rawlins. Military Academy at Mexico, It has been semi-officially an- tractor herein mentioned for the Mrs. McAnally was presented Me., for the 70th session of the nounced that the Torrey cavalry herein referred to work for the a special 30-year certificate, the school. Frolander is a nephew will be taken to Cuba about Oct- full amount less minor adjust- THE SUNDANCE TIMES -~ only one given that year. of Ruth Frolander of Sundance. ober 15 to remain during, the ments due him under said con- Sundaace, Wyo. Sept. 27, 197 Mrs. John Ballieu, a former THIRTY FIVE YEARS AGO adjustment of the affairs of that ..... _ _ _~- -\ mill ....... Crook county resident, died Sept. Sept. 22, 1938 . island. 9 in a Bangor, Maine hospitalLou Ford announces the open-Married men as a rule do not following a brief illness. Burial ing of a new care in Sundance lie from choice, but their wives was in Pine Tree cemetery in on Saturday, Oct. 1. The newwill persist in asking such fool Brownville, Me. cMe will be located in the new questions. Midwest's Oilers jammed all brick building next door to Lou's ila scoring into the final period Place. Saturday and went on to hand Hulett its first northeast con- Little Allen Roberts celebrated /~rence defeat, 14-6. his birthday on Tuesday and to Coach Dennis Talich's power- properly observe the event had a I pit ~al Sundance eleven spotted number of his little friends in tO i~ H~ I Tongue River an early touch-celebrate with him. The young- ~wn Friday at Tongue River sters had the finest kind of a Visiting hours are from 2 p.m. and then went on to crush the time. Rodney Lebo suffered a heavy state's top ranked Class B team, loss the other day when three 43-6. TEN YEARS AGO large stacks of hay burned. The Sept. 26, 1963 fire was caused from combustion A break in at the Dime Horse- in a stack of millet. It was a shoe Bar in Sundance Sunday serious loss to Mr. Lebo. Farm- night failed when the thieves ers having millet stacked better were frightened off by Mrs. Paul see if it is heating. Sharp, who lives in the adjacent AFTERTHOUGHTS: PARA- building. Deputy Sheriff Amos Ewing said Sharp's son Robert heard the thieves and told his mother. Mrs. Sharp called out from an apartment window. Earl Kipp, 67, a Sundance Businessman since 1927, died at his home Saturday after suffer- DISE--A very self satisfied man arrived at the gate of heaven and asked for admission. "Where are you from?" St. Peter asked. "Crook County, Wyoming." "Well, you can come in, but you won't like it." FIFTY YEARS AGO ing a coronary attack. Sept. 27, 1923 Billy L. Glasby, aviation store- Prize specimens are the order keeper third class, the son of now, and the latest is a mammoth Mr. and Mrs. William Glasby,pumpkin which Frank Haselton Sundance, is serving with Fight- brought in from A. L. Storts er Squadron 33, which recently ranch Sunday. This pie-maker returned from seven months in has a diameter of two feet and the Mediterranean aboard the nuclear powered aircraft carrier, Uss Enterprise. A Sundance youth escaped se- rious injury Saturday noon when he was thrown from his motor- cycle after it was struck by a is estimated to be good for a hundred pies. Uncle Fred Schloredt received his new car last week, a Willys- Knight sedan, and has been en- joying the tryout experience with entire satisfaction. car backing from the curb onPetitions were circulated in Main Street. Receiving minorSundance and vicinity late last bruises and sprains was Billy week asking the state game de- Sherrard. All four of the Richard Bar- beur hunting party bagged their elk, and returned home Saturday. FIFTEEN YEARS AGO Sept. 25, 1958 An Aladdin man, Paul Dlllavou suffered face cuts this week in an accident about 7'h miles east of Sundance on Highway 14. Roberts Construction Co. of Sundance has offered a $100 re- ward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who have been molesting their property. A hearing Monday before coun- ty and city law officials failed to uncover the identity of the vandals who Stmday entered an apartment here, strewed the partment to open the grouse sea- son in Crook county for thirty days from Oct. 15. NO GROUSE SEASON HERE: NOTICE. There will not, as re- ported last week be an open sea- son on these birds this fall .... except in Sheridan county, where they may be killed from Oct. 15 to Nov. 15. In all other counties there must be no shooting. FARRALL--After the rain came the frost, but such a killing frost around Farrall, and towards Aladdin very little damage was done. SEVENTY FIVE YEARS AGO Sept. 28, 1898 A terrible forest fire has been raging in the mountains south- east of this city for the past week FOR PETE AND JEAN at the SATURDAY, SEPT. ADULTS ONLY y Western Rq NEW YEAR'S EVE TICKETS NOW ON SALE to 4 p.m. and 7~ p.m. to 8:30 p.m. only. All visitors please observe these hours. AdmiRed Sept. 17: Margaret Pickerd, Sundance. Francis Noonan, Moor- croft. Sept. 18: Janice Schelldorf, Sun- dance. Winifred Bush, Gillette. Janice Humphrey, Sundance, Gust Wolff, Aladdin, Expired. Sept. 19: Cleel Clarr, Moorcroft. Sept. 20: Anna Schelldorf, Sun- dance. Sept. 21: Emma Thompson, Sundance. Sept. 23: Andy Fraser, Sun- dance. Dismissed Sept. 18: Dwight Donner, Moor- croft. Sept. 20: Winifred Bush, Gil- lette. Janice Schelldorf, Sun- dance. Sept. 22: Earl Wood, Alva. Roni Harper, Upton. Francis Noonan, Moorcroft. NOTICE OF COMPLETION AND FINAL PAYMENT CROOK COUNTY RECREATION BOARD SUNDANCE, WYOMING Under the provisions of Section 9-678, Wyoming Compiled Statutes 1957, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIV- YOUR CAR OR TRUCK FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY WITHIN CITY LIMITS And take advantage of this fall tank heater special! Ph. 283-2345 m-- - L Installed Price Parts and Labor Sundance IL~_ _ I Will Hold Clean-Up Day II 12 Noon Warren Peak Warm-Up Shack Members are asked to bring chainsaws if available. .in ,.. A REMINDER ...... The first club meeting wil4 be held WEDNESDAY OCT. 3 7:30 P.M. Aro Cafe New officers for this year are Charlie Jones, president; Rick Lee, vice president; and Barbara Lee, secretary-treasurer. J Get your tank heater installed now before the rush. Make sure your car or truck starts on cold winter mornings.