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e To achieve the county goal of 636.40 for the National War committees in Crook cotlnty planned dances, auction sales for the coming weeks, :No report has been received from Moorcroft committee, but the two districts, Sundance and have formulated plans and the drive, which extends October, well u~aderway. TO HAVE DANCE SALE ON OCTOBER 21 addition to the auction an- last week the Sun- American Legion post voted give a benefit dance at the Le- hall here the evening follow- the sale--October 21. All pro- will go to the National g'ar of which the US(} is a large sale will begin at 2 PM Saturday afternoon and ze living within the limits the communities of Aladdin, l, Sunny Divide and Sun- south is invited and urged tte in bringing things for the sale, in the bidding, a~d stay in for the dance which use day here. Last year the use sale here in almost $1,200. Almost of this was realized from the of a registered hereford donated by the Hewes ranch and it is hoped others of the breeders will in this way this year. Baked brought high prices as did work donated by some of women. Chickens, both alive dressed, were auctioned off fancy prices, potatoes, wheat farm produce were in- i~ the line-up while sew- small calves and some sheep auctioned off. use dance held last year $118.80 after all expenses paid. 'l~he Sundance district goal year Is around $I,150--so everyone will really get behind USe day sale and dance years goal will not be hard reach. Anyone wishing to send in to the drive may se~d to Everett Ackerman at Sundance State Bank and he, treasurer of the entire county will see that the are credited to whichever the sender designates. TO HOLD USO BENEFIT ON OCTOBER 28 ~aat a USO benefit dance wlll given at the Sunny Divide hall October 28 was voted by the Bureau at its last meeting. ~namrock Homemakers club give a short program at 9 will also serve lunch Hulett Plans Sale-- Dance for US0 On Saturday, Oct. 14 Official Paper for Crook County, City of Sundance, U.S. Land Office Published Thursdays In The Black Hills of Wyoming TS Volume XLVIII O co....,.. THE CROOK COUNTY NEWS SUNDANCE, WYOMING, TKU RSDA, OCTOBER 5, 1944 To raise funds for the National War Fund in the northern part of Crook county the Hulett corn-: mittee is holding an auction sale the afternoon of Saturday, Oct. ! 14 to start at 2:00 p. m. Every-, one living in the communities of] Devils Tower, New Haven, Seely, "Monkey Face," a two-year-old Alva and Hulett is urged to bring in things to be do~ated to- wards the sale and to participate in the bidding. As a part of use day in Hul- ett, the American Legion there is spon~rlng a dance in the evening and the Ladies Auxiliary and Womans club will serve lu~ches with proceeds from ,both to go to the use and National War Fupnd. Old Fiddlers Contest l C Feature of the dance will be[ the hospital with minor Injuries,! an Old Fiddler's contest with the ithe result of a crash which oc- Legion offering prizes of $25.00 i curred Tuesday morning when he to the winner, and $15 and $10 i mlssed the curve i~na fog. respectively to the second and The accident took place near third place winners, the Schelldorf place south of A~y dance group, featuring a Sundance, ..... I -- Sgt. Norman Bunney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ell Bunney of Al- addin, who ,had previously been reported missing in action, ts re- ported safe--his parents received word last week that he is a pris- oner of the Germans. SGT. NORMAN BIJNNEY fiddler, may enter the contest and must play two or more num- bers to be eligible for the contest, the committee says. Decision of the judges will be final. The use committee for the Hulett district is headed by A. W. Storm, who is assisted by Carl Nelson and Gilbert Brimmer, rep- resenting the Hulett American Legion post which is taking a big part in the raising of the funds for the drive. Separate Drive l']anned for Colony Colony, too, is included in the northern part of the county but ,because it is isolated from the Hulett vicinity because of the roads it is planned that the peo- ple there will raise their funds locally. Chairma~ of that vicin- ity, A. W. Storm, expects to visit there this week to make plans. DEMONSTRATION ON VEGETABLE STORAGE TO BE HERE OCT. I1 Preparation of fresh vegetables for storage will be demonstrated here October 11 by W. O. Edmond- son, state extension horticulturist. The homemakers clubs will meet at the Roark home in Sundance for the demonstration which be- gins at 10 a. m. .X All proceeds willlnine Unto to the USO. Folks on the JuIU~ IlUlU :e invite you to come and help } k county raise Its quota. [ Alfred Nobs, who came to Crook .... x----~----- I cotmty in 1884, passed away at .,..;~'J'~r 14 Set [the hospital here Friday after an I illness of several months. He was Co~l[ty Club ~84 years of age at She time of , In Sundance j his passing. [ Funeral services for the pioneer el-,~bs of Crook|were held Monday afternoon at m ~u -- - ~-tober 14 at] the M~ethodist church with Rev. ....... heel audi [Sanders B. ClaytoL offlcla ng. Mun~tne~ nlgn le -- n n w ~--- '-- tall eotmcil meet [ Mrs. FloydHawke ea g t o mm mr tnelr "[ numbers for the services and was :" ......... k state I accomganisd by Iris R-~-u. . ~-.----,.--.~.. I oaoP will| Friends a~d neighbors o~ -~.e : ....... rm~ml -re- | Houston creek vle nltY formed the p mac for tms azte ~J e ' re- pall-bearers cort be, while burial St ~ ehLb will also p " M was made at Mt. orlah cemetery. f'ed Nou. was orn In ,..- '~" ~ ~"--'--"-" 1 1 th=a~, ha|is-zn "~| ~tn. ~vitaerland Juy ,9. $,0. | He wa~ one of nine children born -" --'-- P--" ~ I to ~r. and ~ ~'redr/eh Nobe; ...... .... of wlmm eded him in ~ [ death while 1M~ ~ sister is twJ~J~ zla~azz i fl~islMng th~ mehool~ o~ h~ matlve (Ntestor ~b~ltgore of' 9am- town he learaed the trois ~ a He was reported missing over Germany since August 15 in a telegram received by his parents the latter part of August. Sgt. Bunney, 20, was a gunner on an American bomber based in Eng- land and has been in service only a little over a year. x. tonner rand worked in that ** paelty In Germany and l~anee before ~nin~ to the U. 8. In 188|. He meeompanied a married 4~rother* in his overseas voyage prod settled in St. Paul, Mlnneso- (Continued On Last Page) DEWEY AND ROO~ZVELT BOTH SCHEDULE . CAKPAIGN TALKS Both me|or p-eMdential can- didates take to . he air this week with major camp*ig~t ~peeehee which may d~terml~s.ta~tles for the five week~ remalnin~ before election. President Roo~velt D a k s Thursday fro~ Wuhington In what is expected to be primarily a get-o~t-ttm-~te pep talk to party workers but which will allow h~a .n 0psportuity to tshe wlmtever line he cbooe~ to empbamise the imPort~ee of the ejection. D~wey, whose Charluto~, W. Vs., mp~eh this week was eham~ ed from Frld~y to ~aturday in or- der to grrange for 5wider radio faeflfl~m, hu not in~ what line his speech will take. Number 40 State Veterinarian Makes Survey of County Sheep Flocks Dr. G. "H. Good, state veterin- arian and Dr. Lee who is read of the veterinary department at the university were in the county three days last week making a survey of sheep in the county. Dr. Good says that the worm infestation l,n the sheep appears to be heavier in this county than in any other in the state and that his department hopes to car- ry on experiments in treatment1 of the flocks here later this win- ter. ] Accompanying them was Rue-i sell Twiford of Moorcroft, Crook! county sheepman a~d a memberi of the Wyoming Livestock and Sanitary Board, who interested them in making the survey. Two from County Enter Armed Forces During September Two Crook county youths were inducted into the army during the past month, the draft board Sundance. Victor Eugene Jenkins trans- ferred to Tennessee and was call- ed i~to service from there dur- ing September. His transfer was announced previously. Of the group leaving here last i week for examination five passed: Ernest Edwin Bunney, Kenneth James Bunney and William Jo- Catalogs for the second semi- annual purebred hereford sale 111 Sundance have Just been complet- ed by The Times a~d are now on their way to the many interested prospectlve purchasers. Friday, October 13, the day of the sale, is expected to be a big day here. Lunch will be served at the fair building on the grounds by the Ladies Aid and the sale will begin promptly at I:00 p. m. One hundred head of purebred herefords, the best from the Northeastern Wyoming Hereford Association's herds, will go into the ring. Fifty-one bulls and 4~ females including Yearlings, twos and tried herd sire and herd /oull prospects are included in the assignment. H. B. Sager, of Bozeman, Mont., is the auctioneer and will be as- sisted by Sam Ewing of Moorcroft, ~orrest Bassford of the Western- er, Chuck Cook of the Western ~'arm Life and Ross Miller of the American Hereford Journal. The associations first sale was held May 13 when 47 animals were offered averaging around $2~7 Top bull of the sale went for $700. Association members are confident that this sale will make an even ,better showing. Those wishing catalogs may secure them from Art ~lchelldorf of Sundance, secretary of the as- seph Kruger of Aladdin and Ken- sociation. neth Eugene Budmayr and BVellr:[ .x i non Lester Phillips of ] Sundance Bulldogs Fourche. ! Another draft call is slated for Suffer Two Defeats the latter part of October, hut i the number was not divulged by By a score of 34-0 the Gillette Camels defeated the Sundance the board. Eighteen-Year-Olds James Everett Guilford of Sun- dance, William Vernon Rldlnger of Alzada, Lloyd Dale R~ber of Colony and Jack George Goertz of Aladdin were the 18-year-old youths registeri~g during the past month for selective service the board reports. X Bank Now Authorized I Bulldogs at Gillette last Friday. I'l~e local boys played a ravaged i game and fumbled three times within the shadow of the Camel's goal line, The third defeat of the season !was chalked against the Bulldogs Tuesday at Upton when they were dow~ed 26-0. The Bulldogs made several fumbles at critical times, contributing to the loss. Coach ~;chloredt says Upton is the best to Cash War Bonds his 'boys have played thls season not withstanding some That the Sundance State bank worse defeats as far as scoring. has been qualified ~by the United To spectators the first half was States Treasury department to a good game with the Upton Bob- pay, on and after October 2, 1944, cats held to a score of 7-0 at any United States Saving Bond of half time. Series A, B, C, D. or E, subject Belle Fonrche plays here Frl- to that department's regulations day, October 6, for the first homo was announced this week. game of the season--play b~lt e wa or anized at 2 P M That all come out and The new syst m s g . " :. .... th g~ve the ~sulldogs support lot rue solely as a convenience for ose [ who of sheer necessity must cash game is urged. ,l~Ads. It is intended to make it ~. ' . - possible for them to hold their | bonds longer because their money I r ,.J will ~bo at :~ available upon the: [ ~.~t~~ ~. actual occurrence of any necessity. | "L'~_ ___~_ "Pl'ease make it plain that the! | J~V~L~J~ government doe~ not want bonds~, | w ed, that th-- who theirs, except In extreme emer-[| Iffr~ gency, are unnoeNwxlly hamper- l| Imm d t.~ek~tdl~ lug the. war effort and that for [i ~emf~ S~,~ J~ ~-.~l~ _. every nond cuhed they or some jl .. i ** foliow citizen must be sold an-ll m Is -_ asked hy the dsimrtment. " i! The plan dou provJdo i~othe~ l| C~et~ rsaa~ for boldinl~ one's 4~mds to [ i I~t the last mlnuto and for puttinS|[ ~ ~ W~w md Albert be, n In .the II past week wits flu is re-Ji m m-4 eupm t ug . vly. Jl ,, m w t