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October 15, 1953

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Man to Pay Back Alimony Newcastle man was ordered in district court here to $3,525 in back alimony pay- and monthly alimony of his wife. Frances Maxine Beedle of Okla. had petitioned the to force her ex-husbantl, to pay back alimon~y. had refused to do so. District Judge Preston ruled in favor of the and ordered Beedle to the alimony. was represented by and the defendanl Jones of Newcastle. Church Parish Dinner annual parish dinner of th( Church of the Good will be held Oct. 25, the Lamar Speier said this The dinner will be held at P.~. at Ray's Care. l~ume Everett of Casper, an at- for the Ohio Oil Co., and outstanding Episcopal layman Wyoming, will be the featured OF THANKS deepest appreciation is ex- to members of the Sun- Volunteer Fire Department their efficient action in pre- the loss of our garage by Monday. ]~r. and Mrs. Richard Hooper State Far Ahead In Programming Federal Aid Roads Wyoming ranks fourth in the nation in getting its federal aid highway program underway, the most recent U. S. Bureau of Public Roads report shows. However, by the end of the year, Wyomlng should be in the top position. On August 31, the state had 80 percent of its federal aid projects either contracted or approved for construction. Highway offiicals estimate that, considering projects contracted Sept 10 and those planned for the Oct. 29 letting, about 90 percent of the federal aid program will be under contract by Nov. 1. The state's highway commission- ers are planning another letting for early December. It is expect- ed that practically all of Wyom- ing's federal aid program will be under contract before Jan. 1, six months ahead of the next biennial congressional appropriation. At the end of August, the state's unprogrammed balance in federal aid money for highway construc- tion was $694,000. Redwater, Alva Farm Bureaus Hold Horseshoe Contest A horseshoe pitching contest was held Oct. 11 at the park on the Dillon Ruland ranch by the Red- water and Alva Farm Bureaus. Women members of the Alva Farm Bureau served coffee and cookies during the afternoon to those attending. TOWER HOMEMAKERS club built this display for the Homemakers Achievement Day in Sundance last Saturday. Work depicts International Relations and is entitled Friendship the World. $Rgimml COMMEMORATING THE 25TH anniversary of the Future Farmers of America is the special postage stamp, above, which went on sale in the nation's post offices yesterday. The stamp honors the FFA, an organization totaling 363,369 farm boy members in 8,500 chapters. Local FHA C.drls To Attend District Session, at Buffalo Sundance members of the FHA will attend the district FHA meet- ing at' Buffalo Saturday with the meeting, opening at 9 a.m. in the Buffalo gymnasium. Following a welcoming address by the Buffalo school superintend- ent, the meeting will cover reports, panel discussions, candidates speeches, talks and a business] meeting. A program highlight will be speeches from the girls who at- tended the national FHA meeting in July. Lunch during the meeting will Cowboy Network To Handle Road, Weather Reports The Wyoming Highway Depart- ment said Monday that for the first time the state's motorists and residents will be able to pick up the regular daily radio weather and road condition report broad- cast by the department. ,Beginning Oct. 15, the nine-sta- tion Cowboy network will carry five-minute bulletins on road and weather conditions at 4:45 p.m. daily. Station KFBC in Cheyenne also carries a morning report at i Students Recently Home economics classes at Sun- dance high school have finished the canning of 100 quarts of fruits and vegetables for home and lunch room according to Mrs. Gene Reyn- olds, Home Economics teacher. Sundanee, Wyo. October 15, 19~ -Mr. and Mrs.-"Marty Os~ard and children went to Sheridan over the weekend to visit relatives and friends, Rabbit Population Here Arouses Envy In Tennessee, Suh Crook county and all its rabbits can undoubtedly expect swarms of Tennessee rabbit h,nters shortly. Bob Harrell writin in his sp~r+s column. "Outdoors" for the Nash- ville Tennessean. reports a conver- sation he had with Harry Sneie,'. father of Rev. Lamar Speiex of Sundance. Harrell said he perked up his ears when Speier casually mention- ed he knew where three hunters had bagged 95 rabbits in less thant two hours. Speier, naturally, was speaking of Sundance. It seems that in Tennessee, hunt- ters hunt for hours just to see one rabbit. Nashville rabbit hunters are undoubtedly heading for Crook county this very minute. Just by driving up Highway 14, they should be able to get all they can pack. Eyes ]~amine4.-Olmmm ]Ntt~ DR.,T. H.. FgOfffOB OI~3KETRI~ Over Moat&~ey Wavl Strum Hunting Knife and Ax SECOND PRIZE Shells t Entry Fee - 50c' Entry Deadline. Oct. 19 Contest tickets may be obtained from any member, of the Bear Lodge Chapter of the FFA. 2 Classes ~, Whitetail @r Blacktail FIRST PRIZE L FOUR PRIZES FOR HORNS WITH WIDEST SPREAD FFA Deer Hunting Contest The first entertainment program offered by the National School As. semblies o Los Angeles will be presented at the Sundance schools next Monday at 2:30 p.m. in the gymnasium. Appearing on the program will be Santos Mozo, a young Spanish tenor, singing songs of Spain. Ac- companying Mozo will be James Gregory. Mozo, recently returned from South American tours, specializes in the songs el Spain and Latin America. DR. L. L. THEBERGE Practice limited to endocrinology and overweight problems. 823 Columbus St. Rapid City, S. D. ~t~)'~ Spanish Tenor to Headline- Assembly At High School Wyoming Lands Edwin Rounds, Bonded Realtor SUNDANCE, WYOMING Could use some good ranch Listings as I have several Prospective buyers, Have several good homes in Sundance for sale. Insurance Would appreciate your insurance business. I write fire, extended coverage, car and Hablllty insurance. Loans I also represent a reputable life insurance company making ranch loans, preferably $10~000 or ~ larger. pastries. Students in Home Ec 2 Tuesday visited a business house in Sun- dance to study features of home ~reezers. jelly apple butter and jam reeent-[ Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bousa and ly. Eighth grade Home Ec giris~ family and Mr. end Mrs. R. L, ings, muffins, jelly rolls and other 10:45 a.m. be served in the Buffalo school Originating from nine major ~f~t~ri~ points in the state, the review of ....... ". driving conditions as reported by Ji - ~ -- #-~ ~ the state highway patrol and high-[ | | t~annlng, ~reezlng way department maintenance crews~ | ~ m | Occuuv Home Ec, will cover every segment of Wy-lt J~'~fJ[~'.OP,q | -- ---- 9 ' -- ~ r " | ~ v vw~v~v ~- "-'" "----tl-- ommgs primary ann seconua y j | - - - | 5zuoenEs ~ecen y road system, i | "N,T~ I ]~J',,~l 41 Home economics classes at [ l " ~" ~ ~'~ | dance high school have fi~ ~..~ d[~[~][~h~[[t~V J| or~x, ~ | the eanning of lOO quarts of m~mdm~ ..v,...,..-.. It ! and vegetables for home and ~ _ I | ~ ~L ~t ~ | room according to Mrs. Gene : Tne..W. Wh!te sale on the 6,thl I mym. - ~.ov ! nld~ 'R'nm~_ Eennnmies teach( was attenoea oy ~'aLmer negge s,] | ..... I "In "addition---they-- also made John Millers: Edith Thompson,] | ~)OO lb. or more- ! pickles from cucumbers which Pete Harper and Marty Osgards. [ | ~2_~.0 ~.. were donated while another class Beverly and Tommy Miller and [.[ ~" ......... | froze vegetables, fruit and~baked Karen Hegge went .to 4-H at Carl J | "ram, m~ ~ ' | goods J Mayer's on Sunday afternoon. JohnI I ll]l--~||lll ,~I~ l Junior high girls brought in~ Millers took in the dance at Kick-[ | ~,=w.~,-e m, |, fruit so the classes could make l bush on Saturday night. I| Carlile Store | jelly apple butt~ r and jam ee, nt- Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bousa and] | | ly. ,~ighth gra, e He] ~e E g ris family and Mr. end Mrs. R. L,[ ] Carllle, Wyo. | used previously made jelly in ic- Cronn and children were Sunday~ | " - | guests of Doris and Harvey Talley. [