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October 15, 1953     The Sundance Times
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CbSundance urch Notes Open Bible Church Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Tedro, pastors Located on the main floor Odd- fellow's hall. Young People's Ser- vice-7 p.m. Thursday. Sunday School - 10 a.m. Worship--ll a.m. Evangelistic ser- vices--7:45 Sunday. Regular mid-week services, Fri- day, 7:45 p.m. St, Paul's Catholic Church Mass 9 a.m. Confession before mass. Mass held every third Sunday and every fifth Sunday when oc- curring. Church of the Good Shepherd Reverend Lamar Speier Holy Communion - 8 a.m. Church school - 9:30 a.m. Morning prayer and Sermon - 11 a.m. Holy Com- munion - first Sunday in each month. Wesleyan Methodist Church Rev. Lee Goodell, pastor Sunday School~- 10 a,m. Morn- ing Worship + ~ |1 ~ a.m. Guest speaker Rev..j~ F.+ Simpson. Sun- day school. 2:30 p.~. Sunny Divide Hall. Evening: W~ship - 7:30 p. m. Wednc~hry"pl'ayer meeting - 7:30 p.m. Missionary meeting, Oct. 23 at 2 p.m. at Howes ranch. Getting the Times New Dorla Bennick, Norfolk, Va. Glen Morris, Alva Renewals Irvin HaptonstalL Carlile, Wyo. Edward J. Svoboda, Hulett Donald E. Fowlkes, Miles, Wash. Clarence Bear, Moorcroft Thomas Graham, Sundance Louis Huseb~,, Hulett Henry F. Davis, Hulett William B. Lobban, Seely, ~yo. Frank Tauek, Beulah, Wyo. Chester Clark, Rapid City Amos Hart, Sundance Jessie Snell, Sundance Ralph Partlow, Sundance Edgar Partlow, Kansas Cit~,, Mo. Mrs. John Berger, Oshoto . Ed Wells, Gillette B. F. Lincoln, Sundance Dept. Commerce & Industry, Cheyenne Henry Wangh, Alva John Thompson, Bonnets Ferry, Idaho. P. T. A. Hears Reports On Play~'ound, Lunch Program Lunchroom' and l~layground re- ports headed the second fall sess- ion of the Sundance I~A Tuesday night. In addition, the association set the date for its rummage sale for Nov. 9 and heard a panel discuss- ion on the PTA and its bylaws. Supt. Frank Wagner, in his re- port on the school lunch program, said that an increased number of students were using the program over last year. Vernon Dick, high school in- structor, suggested repairs for the school playground in his report. Othbr playground improvements will be reported on by the @lay- ground committee. Taking part in the panel dis. cussion were Tead Weaver and high school students, Dennis Hart, Karen Hegge, William Reed and Kenny Fall. Weaver also showed a film on narcotics during the meeting. Lunch was served in the Home Economics room following +the meeting. Prize money for having the most parents at the meeting was award. ed to the third grade. +Western Saddle Club to Meet at L. A. Brown ~anch Members of the Western Saddle + Club met 8tmday at the Bob Brls- lawn ranch at Oshoto. The club will hold another meeting Oct. 25 at the L. A. Brown ranch at Oshoto. ACHIEVEMENT DAY DISPLAY in Sundance last Saturday by the Aladdin Homemakers Club was this one which displays "Gifts That Glow." ' The candles were made by the Aladdin Homemakers club members. MOORCROFT ,HOMEMAKERS built this display for Achievement day in Sundance last Saturday. Calendars show different club projects for each month. Bear Lodge FFA Judges Show Better At State Contest Final results of t~e state FFA judging held two weeks ago at the University of Wyoming stock farm in Laramie reveal that the Sun- dance FFA team, while failing to cop any first places, did improve over last year. ~ ,~ Sundance finished 11th in poul- try, 20th in dairy, 25th in agron- omy and 34th in livestock. Last year's results weTe poultry - 20; dairy. 13; agronomy - 39, and live- stock - 32. Rocky Mountain College Has Three Moorcroft Students Three Moorcroft students, Don- na Horlocker, Richard Altaffer and Roy Shoemake, were among 68 new students enrolled for the fall term at Rocky Mountain College at Billings, Mont., according to the college registrar. The school opened the 1953.54 ~ear with a total enrollment of 163 as compared to 112 for the 1952-53 year. Alva Dr~ver Has License Suspended For Drunk D~i~ing The state Motor Vehicle Division last week reported the suspension of an Alva man's driving privileges. The division said that the license of Frankie E. Kelsey had been suspended 30 days until Oct. 21 for driving while under the+ influence of liquor. Seventy at Third District Rebek~h Meeting at Hulett Over 70 Rebekahs from. north. eastern Wyoming attended the third semi-annual district meeting of the District 8 Rebekahs at Hul- ett Oct. 3. Attending were mem- bers from Newcastle, Gillette, Sun- dance and Hulett. The session was held at the Hul. ett Masonic hall with the Hulett Rebekahs serving a banquet at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Allen Hunter of Gillette re- ported to the members on her trip to Atlanta, Ga. where she attended Sovereign Grand Lodge as a rep- resentative of the Rebekah Assem- bly Association and saw James French of Greybull installed as Sovereign Grand Master of the IOOF of the World. Rebekah state president, Mrs. Irene Voss of Laramie, is slated to make her annual visit to the Hul- ett Rebekahs Oct. 23. Vale Couple Married In J P Ceremony A Vale, S. D. couple was married Monday at the Sidney Harvey home here by Justice of the Peace Harvey. Married were Winona L. Moeller and Paul F. Lamberton. Witnesses for the ceremony were W. H. Blakeman and Mrs. Clara Harvey. Now you can ad& new charm to your "living room with Whitney Maple furniture from Dusek's in Rapid City. Junior Yeoman flew up from Sidney, Nebr. Saturday night to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Yeoman. f i i ,, _ W. F. ~ewlaud Established 1885 Jam~ L Newland, Founder Manager Registered Hereford Bull Calves GOOD CATTLE REASONABLY PRICED Greenwood Ranches NBWLAND & SON COLONY, WYOMING , I I I i II I I __ I + Bullpups Face Dogies Here After 33-14 Defeat at Buffalo The Sundance Bullpups will have the football scene to themselves in Sundance ~his week. The Bull- pups will be shooting for their first win Thursday when they play the Newcastle junior high team. Kickoff time is set for 2:30 p.m. Last Thursday at Buffalo, the Bullpups engaged in a wild and wooly battle with the Buffalo club. When the shooting was over, the Sundance crew had dropped a 33-14 decision. This marked the second defeat for the Bullpups in three games. Earlier they had battled .a strong Gillette team to a scoreless tie. Monday Blaze Sweeps Dick Hooper Garage Two fires this week snapped the months-long string of fireless days in Sundance. The first occurred Sunday when the Sundance Volun- teer Fire Department quickly brought under control a grass fire behind the Ward Cure residence. Little damage was caused by the fire, which started from unknown causes. Prompt action by the department Monday afternoon saved the gar- age at the Richard Hooper home and prevented the fire from spreading to the house. However, the garage was badly damaged by the blaze. Mrs. Hooper turned in the alarm when she saw the garage burning and re~noved the car from the garage. While the exact cause of the fire was unknown, it was thought that a squirrel which had stored acorns in a partition had also stor- ed matches which had ignited. Slate Guest Speaker At Wesleya~ Church Rev. Lee Goodell, pastor of the Wesleyan Metl~odist church here, said this week that conference president Rev. J. F. Simpson would be the guest speaker at the church this Sunday at the morning ser- vices. The Wesleyan pastor said that everyone was invited to attend the services to hear Rev. Simpson. THE SUNDANCE Sundance, Wyo. 150 to Day for 4-H The anunal 4-H Day program is expected tract 150 4-H members parents to Sundance attend the day-long The program will be Sundance high school starting at 10 a.m. The WSCS will serve lunch church basement to those ing the session. Featured during the daY the presentation of )rize money to 4-H l ial awards will be made i afternoon and 4J-I memberS' tended the state fair will reports. At 4 p.m., the 4-H slated to meet for a ion. Local Ag Make Progress In Shop, Class Work Shop projects are take shape in the vo-ag according to vo-ag Allen. Projects under beginning ag students chests, ladders, a stock a nail bin. Ag 2 students ing saw horses, hay nests and a sink stand. Current advanced ag shaping up include a sheep bunks, a chicken a chicken feeder. In addition to the 1 students have been chisels and saws and handles while' Ag 2 and students have been proper use of power tools. Getting away from and into the classroom and 2 boys have been judging in preparation test at the Douglas Angus Last week Ag 2 judging at Andy classes will be judging in next week. Livestock Sales I at the Gillette Livestock Exchanp Cat'tie and Hog Sales Every Friday - 10 a.m. Sheep Sales Every Wednesday- I p.m. Will sell all ages of breeding ewes, bucks and ing bucks, fat lambs and feeder lambs. / Special Calf Sale Monday, Oct. 19 Wri~ us at once if you are bringing calves to sale or phone us collect. As we are advertising sale nationally, we expect from 3000 to 4000 WH1 start selling at 10 a.m. he Campbell County Registered ford Association will hold their bull at Gilette, Monday, Nov. 2. Gillette Livestock Sales DeLoss and Homer Hoekett Owners and Opel-stors Gillette, Wyo.