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~.,~huSundance rch 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. Classes for all ages. Morning Worship - 11 a.m. Evening Worship - 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting - Weds., 7:30 p.m. Sundance Methodist Church R. O. Rice, Minister Church school - 9:45 a.m. every Sunday. Worship - 6 p.m. Sunday. Choir practice - 7 p.m. Tuesday. MYF - 6:30 p.m. Sunday. Please note that this is the fourth Sunday and a family night program is planned starting at 6 p.m. Sunday evening. Bring the family and come. There will be a pot luck supper, a film and an in. teresting speaker. If you have no other church home we invite you to worship with us. Typewriter gibbons -- The Timu Dr. Oliver A. Jewett OI~FOMETRIST Belle Fourche tqkca Over Frey's Hardware (Phone 730) Tuesday Through Gaturday 9:00 a.m. -- 12:00 a.m. 1:00 p.m. -- 6:00 p.m. Thursday Evening 7:00 p.m. -- 9:00 p.m. DUPREE OIvFICE Monday First Honor Roll Shows 16 Students Sixteen junior and senior high school students have been listed on the first honor roll of the new school year, it was revealed this week by Supt. Frank Wagner. Perfect attendance figures for the same six week period were also released. Seventh grade students on the honor roll are Jack Dinkins and Charles Jones. Named from the eighth grade were Arlene Altizer Paul Dinkins, Kathleen Hejde, Sanda Mayer and Miekey Trego. High school honor roll students are: Karen Hegge, Maxine Peter- son, freshmen; Joan Keyser, Shir- ley Lincoln, Nelda Vines, sopho- mores; Virginia Ice, Tommy Miller, Ben Sager, juniors; and Pat Rice, senior. Those with perfect attendance are: Grade seven - Charles Plato, Arthur Cundy, Lyle Cundy, Jack Dinkins, Irene Fredericksen, Al- bert Hart, Richie Hooper, Leslie Hooper, Gary Jensen, Eldon Moll- enbrink, Leslie Tenke and Fred Tschetter; Grade eight . Dale Roadifer, George Reed, Arlene A1- tizer, Joan Banks, Tom Bennick Paul Dinkins, Karrol Frank, John Hart, John Hester, Kathleen Hejde, Ralph Little, Eileen Longpre, San- da Mayer and Merritt Mollenbrink: freshmen - Charlene Shipek, Mary Lou Rader, Maxine Peterson, Mary Engelhaupt, Alvin Fall, Judy Frank, Harry Frisbee, Guy Fowler, Karen Hegge, Jean Kanode, Mike Lindsey, Mervin Peterson; Sophomores - Roger Brunson, :Leslie Cundy, Verna Dudrey, Myr- tle Hart, Beverly Humphrey, Beryl i Jensen, Joan Keyser, Shirley Linc- oln, James Morrison, Chuck Shew- ey, Russell Tracy and Nelda Vines; juniors - Walter Bond, Shirley Dillavou, Raymond Donaldson, Kathryn Hart, Blanche Kanode, Martin Peterson, Dorothy Quint, Darlene Roadifer, Jerry Trego, Pat- sy Tschetter, and seniors, Lee Rip- ley. Narcotics Specislist To Work Friday In Local Schools A narcotics education worker, sponsored by the Women's Chris- tian Temperance Union in coop. eration with the state department of education, will work in the Sundance schools Friday morning. Miss Nina Dixon will also speak at the Wesleyan Methodist church at 11 a.m. Sunday and will deliver a talk during the Family Night program at the Methodist church Sunday at 6 p.m. , f Just Arrived NEW Williamson Girl, Auto Crash Victim, Buried at Greybull Funeral services for 18-year-old Mauvie Williamson, who died Oct. 11 in a Greybull automobile acci- dent, were held Oct. 14 at Grey- ]bull. The former Sundanee girl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andy ;Williamson, was killed when she was thrown from the car when it went out of control and left the road. During the services, a quartet sang "It Is No Secret What God Can Do" and "Just A Closer Walk With Thee" accompanied by Mrs. A. J. Pederson. Pall bearers were Bob Cohguill, Roy Laird, Lloyd Mason, Jim Wilkinson, Larry Hod- son and Lee Vorhees. Mauvie Ellen Williamson was born Oct. 11, 1935 in Sundance where she attended grade school and one year of high school. She had spent her last two years of high school at Greybull. She was a charter member of the Mato-Ti Theta Rho girls club of Sundance and later transferred to the Theta Rho club of Grey- bull. In February, 1953, she be- came a member of the WBA of Greybull. She is survived by her parents; one brother, Gene of Greybull; two sisters, Mrs. Jack Mollenbrink of Greybull and Mrs. Robert Hunt of Douglas; a grandfather, Glenn i Williamson of Dorris, Calif. and a grandmother, Mrs. Nellie Gra- ham of Sheridan. Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Fall and daughters and Mrs. May Mollen- brink of Sundance attended the Euneral. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of Ben H. Justice, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that let. ters of administration have been granted to the undersigned admin- istratrix by the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming in the above estate, and that all persons having claims against said estate are required to file them with the necessary vouchers in the of- fice of the Clerk of the above named court or to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers on or before six months after October 22, 1953, the date of the first pub- lication of this notice, to Otis Reynolds, attorney for the admin- istratrix at his office in Sundance, Wyoming, and if such claims are not so filed or exhibited they will be forever barred. Dated October 22, 1953. Mae E. Justice, Administratrix Otis Reynolds, Attorney Oct. 22-29--Nov. 5. Final 28 Seconds ( i Sees Bullpups Lose ( Newcastle Battle Newcastle's junior high football, team struck in the last 28 seconds ( for a game winning touchdown here last Thursda5 to edge the Sundance Bullpups 26-21. N|V|lt LAY A GUll ASID| UNLESS YOU UNLOAD IT [~ **i |v| :l:i I I I]~ i L1 ! $11 !1~_1.~L1:11 ,i [~ Highway Equipment Totals 1368 Pieces For Road Maintaining The Wyoming Highway Depart- ment's equipment report recently released indicates that more than 1,200 pieces of equipment valued at nearly $2,000,000 are required to maintain the state's highways and roads. Motorized and unmotorized e- quipment in use Sept. 15 by de- partment maintenance and operat- ing crews total 1,268 pieces. Orig- inal cost price of the equipment before depreciation was $3,926,- 640. i Depreciation of equipment is ! based on either the mileage factor, as with highway patrol cruisers, or by an hourly use basis as in the case of graders. Accounting for the bulk of the equipment were 224 plows includ- ing 162 individual V-type plows and 14 large and small rotaries. The department also has 126 pick- ups, 121 two-ton dump trucks and 103 automobiles including 48 high- way patrol cars. Other large single items of equipment are 52 panel and sub- urban cars and trucks, 51 medium dump trucks, 38 mowers and 33 trailer-mounted asphalt heaters. The department also uses 49 loaders, 66 motor graders and 29 rollers for the repair of roads and highways in the state. Tell 'era. you nw n In The Time~ THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Oct. 22, Local FHA Membel Attend District Mee In Buffalo Saturda~ Seven Sundance senior F members and four junior chal members were among the F members attending the dist meeting at Buffalo last Satur( Featured at the morning se~ of the meeting was the district officers. Installation the new officers was held in afternoon. Delores Waiters, er Sundanee girl, was elected~ triet chairman. FHA members also saw a dimensional film during the ternoon session. In addition to the senior members, junior members ing the meeting were Hejde, Gerry Nussbaum, both ing delegates, and Eileen pre and Arlene Altlzer. The FHA girls were take~ the meeting by Mrs. Francis one of the chapter mothers, Mrs. Gene Reynolds, chapter visor. COOK Those who visited and potatoes at Chas. Dirks were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Evans Janette, Mrs. M. Ellsbury, Mr. Mrs. Gaylen Sutton and Mrs. M. Oudin, Dean Frank Fowlkes, Tom Durham, ther Howes, Mr. and Mrs. Colvin and Mr. and Mrs. Batzel. Johnnie Whalen and John F son were riding for cattle ara the Lake Cook territory We~ day. s Chas. Dirks and son Charles were in Belle Fourche Tue~ for the sheep sale. Chas. Jr. his sheep that day. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Landa boys Jerry and Mike and Mr. Mrs. Freddie Case and daugl Gilda Anne were dinner gu~ of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dirks family Sunday. Walter Gordon visited with and Mrs. Fred Case in Alva evening last week. JOB PRINTING-- The Quality Kluge Way With our new Kluge Automatic Press we are Fully Equipped to Care for All Your Job Printing Needs. L~d~" W~ ~The Bullpups' after a sluggish roll the m~m first half, began to in sec- ond half sparked by the running ~Letterheads of Tom Bennick. Bennick came close to pulling the Bullpup's mr ,ryi' a'ern;'-- ,' chestnuts out of the fire on the /,JEnvelopes last play when he raced 45 yards before being pulled down. ~ Statements Wear Slacks "2-Piece Dresses Skirts $5.95 and up ' Myrlee Dress Shop On the Corner Spearfish, S. D. ! Bennick tallied three touch- downs, one on an eighty yard gal- /,JInvoice Forms lop. His final touchdown sent the Sundance club into the lead /#JIndex Forms 21-19 and it appeared as though the Bullpups had notched their ~Manifold Forms first win. Then, in the waning sec- onds, Newcastle picked up the ~Ruled Forms winning tally. The Bullpups bow from the football picture Thursday when they meet the Spearfish club here. Kickoff time is set for 3:30 p.m. No matter what the job we can do ,it foe ~L you QUICKLY, NEATLY and INEX" Mrs. Eliza Cummings of Sun- PENSIVELY. dance was admitted October 13. James Lee was admitted October 14 for surgery. Mrs. David Rawhouser of Four The Sndance Times Corners was admitted October 10 for surgery. Grandma Kimsey of Moorcroft was admired October 19.