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October 15, 1953

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Blaze SHOW BEFORE and after of fire that PICTURE AT LEFT shows where fire started in. through garage at the Richard ;Hooper res- side partition. Cause of fire is unknown. However, Monday afternoon. Bottom right photo one theory was.that a squirrel, whose hoard of fire as it raged inside garage. Moments acorns can be seen at bottom of picture, had, some. photo, firemen had blaze well under how also stored up some matches with the acorns. Acorns were well roasted. The Most Thoroughly P~ad Newspaper In The Black Hills c'o.~'z, gG ,.-- cRo~ O'O~,'A, Tr A,'.KW~ 1Newspaper for Crook County, Town of Sundanee and United States Land Office LV ,qUNDANf3g. WYOMING THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1953 Number 42 Bulls Go .... on Block Nov. 9 Greybull Auto Accident Kills Willlamson Girl Fifth Appeal Is Filed In Highway Case A fifth appeal has been filed in district court here protesting the amount of damages allowed by the county commissioners for the rebuilding of a section of Highway 14 here. Ben and Ruby Sager of Sun- dance filed their appeal Oct. 7, after four other residents had ap- pealed the board's decision. The other five appealing are Andy Policky, Claude Seeley, Mrs. Mabel Vines and Arthur and Olive Schelldorf. They filed appeals Oct. 6. The appeals were made after the commissioners handed down dam- age awards Sept. 7 after consider- ing claims for damages from per- sons affected by the rerouting of the highway No date has yet been set for hearing of the appeals in district court. Wesleyans To Construct New ParsonageHere Construction of a new parsonage at the Wesleyan Methodist church in Sundance is slated to start this week, Rev. Lee Goodell, pastor of the church, said Wednesday. The parsonage, a 30 x 34 foot structure of frame construction, will be located on the north side of the church building. Members of the church will construct the parsonage. It is expected to take a year to the Association's Autumn Sale complete project. I Cases Moved Up ITo Spring Court Sale Group Nov. 9 at the 1Oth sale Northeastern Wyoming Association. yearlings and two- are being consigned herds of Fred Cundy, Ranch Herefords, Henry Orville Lincoln, Vernon Art Schelldoff, Don and "Hay Creek Hereford iHams, Jackson Lone Supervisor to Be Elected By Devils Tower SCD One supervisor will be elected by members of the Devils Tower Soil Conservation District Oct. 21 to fill the post now held by Jack Wolfskill whose term is expiring. Candidates for the spot are Wolfskill, Maurice Hauber and Portal Grubb. The district's election will be held from 8 - 10 p.m, with voting taking place at the Barlow Canyon school house and the Alva grade school. FFA Green Hand '~ An 18-year-old former Sundance !girl, Mavee Williamson, became Wyoming's 143rd traffic fatality when she was killed in an auto ac- cident near Greybull Monday. Miss Williamson, daughter of Andy Williamson, was killed when the car in which she was riding with another girl and two boys went out of control and overturn- ed. The girl was thrown clear of the car and killed. The other girl, i who was driving suffered a broken arm. Funeral services for the girl were held at Greybull Wednesday. Mother of Beulah Woman Dies Sunday In Belle Fourche Mrs. S. A. Stoughton of Belle Fourche, mother of Mrs. Roland Hallinger of Beulah, died Sunday at Belle Fourche. Funeral arrangement details were not available as The Sun- dance Times went to press. Allen Rauth, Alva, Has $14.50 Heifers At Sioux City Sale Feeding heifers of Allen Rauth of Alva brought $14.50 at the Sioux City stockyards Monday as the largest cattle and calf run of the year, 21,000 head, was recorded. Rauth had a long string of cattle on market. Twenty-five towns in Wyoming were represented at the sale at- tended by buyers from 14 eastern and mid-western states: / ILICING AROUND END is Kenny Fall, Sundanee fullback, as the Bulldogs dropped a 37-0 decision to the Igloo, S. D. dub here last Friday. Bulldolls Bagley Warns Hunters Of in Crook county, received $207.37 and Crook county was 8rand total of distribution was $64,670.49 with in- towns receiving $22,- the state's eight cities DiStributed to the court- ,02. ers council Saturday at the an- nual Homemakers Achievement Day. The meeting was held in Sun- dance with an estimated 100 mem- bers attending. I Retiring officers of the councilI were Mrs. Elaine Clark and Mrs.[ i Verla Humphrey. Barbecue Sale Features registered Hereford Will enter the sales ring in A Seely driver was convicted Monday in district court here for driving while his license was sus- pended. At the same session, Dis- trict Judge Preston T. McAvoy moved the appeal cases of Henry Harms, Hulett, and Norris Jack- son7, Sundance, up to the spring term of district court. Albert Jefferson Davis was fin- ed $100 and costs by MeAvoy when association enters the sale his case was heard in court. Davis average price paid slip- had been free under $500 bond an all-time high of since July 6 when he was arrested 1951 to a $304 average at in Sundance. sale. Forty-six bulls Following his arrest by State at the lath sale. Highway Patrolman D. L. Webster of the bulls will start at Davis pleaded guilty in Sundance on Last Page, Sec. 1) Justice Court to driving a motor vehicle' without license plates. When it was found that he had Cig Tax been driving while his license was City $239 suspended, he was bound over to (Continued on Last Page, Sec. 1) in Sundance puffed a- to such an extent Homemakers Name that the city receiv- -~r T ~, for August cigarette lurs. Ira ~nerraru ~g to the Cigarette EAt M,~tino. Horo of the State BoardI ............ e~ ..... which recently re-I Mrs. Iva Sherrard was elected for Aug-[ vice-president and Mrs. Jay Hejde, secretary of the county Homemak- Clark Allen, FFA chapter ad- visor, said the new members would receive informal initiation during the day with the real thing - the formal initiation - being held in the evening at the regular meeting of the chapter. He added that parents of the boys were to be invited to the meeting to watch the formal initi- ation. picked up yardage on play when Fall fl_iplmel IMm% al to Larry Beagle, left, Sundtnee tsllb8~. POLAROID ONE.MINUTE PHOTO mY THE TI! extreme forest fire danger, Ponderosa Rine forests in the Bear Lodge area of the Black Hills and in the~g Horn mountains have very high fire danger read- ings. Deer hunting opens here in the Bear Lodge Oct. 20. Bagley said the ~'state Game and Fish Commission had considered postponement of season openings because of the fire hazard. But (Continued on Last Page, See. I) Ceremony Setfor Fire Danger Ten New Members Ten freshmen vo-ag students atI A~ WvAm|n~'~ blo ~me h, nt Sundance high school will recetve +h~ r_,oo. ~.,,n ;.;+,.t;.,, n.t oo I mg seasons approached their open- "".~ "~:.~" :" ............ ;~ .... .~'.."]ing dates, hunters were warned when they oecome memoers oz the this week by Lester ~agley, Game Bear Lodge FFA chapter, and Fish Commissioner, of the