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A ..... 1[.eo.,... ,.,, . Ch,cag.., PEEK award for winning the 1943 4- H | ] Style Review championship at | [ Laramie. |] Seely--The post office was re- the Past |lestablished and opened Oct. 1 / ]which is pleasing to the locality. ........ = ~1 FIFTEEN YEARS AGO " ]FIVE YEARS AGO October 14, 1948 Over six hundred persons were served lunch at the semi-annual Hereford sale put on by the North- eastern Wyoming Hereford Assoc- iation Oct. 9 with the Hewes ranch champion Hereford selling for $14oo. Crook county received $10,619 in gas tax receipts from the state for the quarter ended September 30. In a ceremony performed at 1:30 p.m. on Oct. 10 at the Lead, S. D. Methodist church, Miss Billie Rae Ripley, 21, of Hulett was united in marriage to Wallace Jackson of Lead. Lower Kara Creek--Everyone 1this neighborhood was shocked ~nd saddened by the death of ~J~om Zimmerschied. Two-and-a.half miles of the Moore hill road between Hulett :and the J. A. Lawrence ranch have l l~een graded and graveled with ~unds for the gravel being furn- ~ished by interested parties. Two boys, Max Brown and Dex- ~ter Hall, left Crook county Oct. 12 to report at the Army, Induc- tion Center at Cheyenne. They are the first men to be drafted from Crook county. "lIEN YEARS AGO October 14, 1943 The entire countryside was chocked at the news that Mr. and $rs. Charles Wood of Alzada were ]burned to~ death early Friday aorning when their home was ~viped out by a fire of unknown l erigin. By a score of 53-0, the Belle Fourche Broncs thoroughly defeat- ed the Sundance football eleven in l the game played there Friday might. The Monday night meeting of the newly-formed Lions club saw a full roster of officers elected. ~everal Lions from Gillette were en hand to give the new club a boost. Narrowly escaping with their lives, the Joe Clark family was left completely bereft of house- hold possessions and clothing as their home and trailer were burn- ed to the ground Friday night on ]Pine Ridge~ear Moorcroft. ~leanor Hejde of Aladdin will October 13, 1938 The new museum at the county library building is getting under- way and is under the charge of Dave Hilton who will be at the building every day to talk to folks who have articles they wish to place in the museum. Wonderful weather we have here in the "Banana Belt" of Wyom- ing. No frost as yet and here it is the middle of October. The county agent's office is in receipt of 1,588 prints made by the Wallace Aerial Survey during the summer for the Department of Agriculture in Crook county. New Haven--George Stinson was kicked by one of his horses and is unable to be about for a few days. Lower Kara Creek - Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Huckins are the proud parents of a seven-pound girl born on Monday. They have named her Charline. This fall threatens to be the driest fall yet, and reports from around the county indicate that~ the water level is lower than ever before in the history of the county. It looks mighty serious. TWENTY YEARS AGO October 12, 1933 The work of oiling twenty-one miles of the Beulah-Carlile high- way was completed this week. While the oiling contractors were here the streets of Sundance were oil-surfaced. Another step by the state to bring about a reduction of the price of gasoline in Wyoming was started in the courts this week. The attempts of the governor to have the price reduced by other means have so far failed. R. O. Partlow met with a pain- ful accident last week. He left his car in gear and then cranked it. As a result the car ran over him causing a number of painful bruises. A couple of truck loads o~/wheat were reported stolen from a gran- ary belonging to John Guidinger the last of the week. There seems to be a lot of petty thievry going on at the present time over the county. Members of the staff of the Western Underwriters visited Sun- dance the last of the week and re- mapped the town for fire insur-I " Mrs. Bee Williams of Rapid City ance rates. These fellows d~ a[was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. John thorough job of inspecting proper-[ Lindsey Sunday. ty, and of course, in Sundanee[ Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Elssaer found quite a number of things land family from Igloo, S. D. were that affect the insurance rates. J dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Drus Sunday afternoon. Personal Items Richard aRd Tom Hooper and Lealon Minnick of Upton left Sat- urday for the Tetons ont a hunting trip. Mrs. Helen Smith and son Nels returned to Cheyenne Sunday af- ternoon, after spending several days at their ranch. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Trego spent from Thursday until Sunday in Cheyenne on business. They also went to Laramie for a visit with the Fred Wollenzien family and attended the football game there Saturday. Carl Schulze was dismissed from the Beagle hospital Monday. Schulze was admitted a week ago for surgery. Mrs. Harry Davis and Mrs. Le- roy Schloredt and children visited Mr. and Mrs. George Pridgeon and family of Belle Fourche Sunday. Lee Haptonstall and son Bill, accompanied by Jess Kanode, left Saturday for Jackson on an elk hunting trip. Mrs. Fred Grubb and Ruth Fro- lander were Sunday visitors at the Donald Grubb ranch at Devils Tower. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carr, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Schloredt and Mrs. Elfried~ Schloredt drove to New- castle Tuesday evening to attend a meeting of the Eastern Star. Mrs. Irene Taliferro of Rock Spring, s, Worthy Grand Matron of the Grand Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star was making her official visit at the meeting. Mrs. Sarah Rail of Rapid City arrived Friday to spend a few days visiting her sister, Mrs. Jay Dur- fee and family. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hayward and family spent Sunday in New- castle, visiting Mrs. Hayward's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Boulden. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Durfee and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carr drove to Laramie Friday to see the football game between the Wyoming Cow- boys and Colorado A. and M. Sat- urday afternoon. Saturday eve- ning they attended the Horace Heidt show in Cheyenne. Mrs. Carl Jensen was admitted as a medical patient to St. Jos- eph's hospital in Deadwood Sun- day. The miracle strength of a NYLON CORD TIRE for only a few dollars more than a standard tire! ALL-NYLON CORD Super, ushion Auto Tire New tread gives up to 21% more mileage Up to 80% more strength for longer life Greater safety against impact blowouts NOW Goodyear brings you the vastly superior strength and safety of All-Nylon cord tires in the famous DeLuxe Super-Cushion ~ and only for a few dollars more than the cost of a standard tire. Stop in ~ see it ~ compare it ~ drive on it and be safer by far for a very little morel TRADE NOW... we'll buy the unused miles in your tiresl As low as $1.25 a week for a PAIRI N Crook County Refiner1 Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bennick and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tinkcom drove to Buffalo, S. D. Sunday to spend the day visiting Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Nussbaum. Harriet Harvey spent the week- end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Harvey. Miss Harvey is a student at B. H. T. C. at Spear- fish. Kepp, Rapid City, A Shop for Women, post office block next to the Red Owl grocery. Give your budget a good big lift in our "Downstairs Shop." You are as- sured of first class values, high quality and excellent selections. Budget suits, coats, dresses, lots of skirts, sweaters, blouses, slacks and jackets and plenty of access- ories. Always a good big dollar's worth of value. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Partlow re- turned to Sundance Friday after a two week vacation trip to Erick- son, Nebr., where they visited their daughter, Mrs. John Pres- tes and family. Sundance, Wyo. October Buy your furniture for row as well as today. Travis Court by Drexel at in Rapid City. Coffee DANCE Saturday, Oct. 17 Legion Hall, Sundance ADMISSION: MEN--S1.00 LADIES--50c Music by THI:: CRI:::SSMAN ORCHI:::STRA Sponsored by Crook County Post No. 45, American Legion REMEMBER HER On Sweetest Day - Oct. 1 $undancePharmacy Phone 36 Sundance,