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.Upton's ~Bobca~s spotted Hul- ett an early lead Friday at Hul- ett and ~hen turned loose a pray- e~ul offense to crus,h the Red ..l~vils 504t and claim a share of the Po~vder River conference ~n. ~toth Sundance and Upton end- d league play with 5-1 records. Hu,lett ~o,ok an early 8-0 lead in the first period. Tom Barriett plunged one yard for Upto~'s ~first score in the second quarter. Hulett led 8-6 a*t .the half. The Bobcats moved into high ,gear in ~he second half, pouring across seven toulehdowns. In the third quarter, Cli,ff Ab- bo,t ran 40 yards for a score, Bar- ritt passed 45 yards to Bimobo P~ankin and Mike Harper ran 25 yards with a 'blocked punt. In t:he final quarter, Abbott svored on runs of 5 and 45 yards, Larry Ash ran 15 yards for a score and Rankin plunged three yaxds to end the scoring. In FHA Emergency Loan 'County FHA Supervisor Fran- compensate applican'ts for their the govern.men on the Vietnam question the week of November 9-15 which includes November 11, Veterans Day. The 7,000 members:hip tom- ,man der said "Vietnam (Morator- ium Day l,as.t October 15 has eis Mor.ris 'said this week that 1,osses. ,Loans wi, ll not be made given the world and especially Crook coun,ty ran,oh ,families bor- to a,pplicants who are able to ~an.oi a distorted view of the ~)Wed $249,.800 in emergency obtain from o.t:her lenders the true feeling .of the majo.rity of aan funds ,from ithe Farmers credit required to continue their the people in this court.try. It is ~me Administration in the last normal o~peration, the belief of the Veterans of three years. The FHA supervisor said the Foreign Wars that the majority ~Iorris said the county's emer- interes,t rate on emergency loans of the people in this coun,try do gency designation ends Dec. 31 is 3 percent ,while repayment support our men in Vietnam and ~f ~;his year. . ,. s,chedules depend upon the pur- ,the position of our government. _ 'tie said the agency maae ~ pose for .which funds are advanc- Smith, who led a state-wide loans in the eoun,ty to assist ed. Flag flyin,g ,program October 15 families w h.o received serious ag- For exam~ple, loans for replace- ,added "It seems tragic that there tieul~tural production losses as a ment o;f livestock lost in last are t'hose in this court,try who result of a natural distaster, year's spring storm are repay-support the position of Hanoi Iorris said emergency loans able over periods up to five ,while American servicemen are ~aa be ~made f(rr the purchase of years, daily ~bein,g killed by troops o.f eed, seed, replacement livestock Ai~plication forms and full in- Com~munist North Vietnam and ~lld for other essen,tial ,farm and formation concerning emergencyi!e ," .. ~!~ Orne operating expenses, loans are available at the FItA V!~tt L~u!~i ~t ~Ft r~i~ Loans may not be made for re- of, rice in Sund'ance. ' k r~ flaanci,ng existing debts or to gram ,( OLperation Speak Out'), to Alfred ScheMdorf, Sundanoe ,Pa,lmer Heg~ge, Sundance Richard Snider, Sundan,ce New ~$~ra Jolley, Hulett (Mrs. N. ~H. Thompson, Sundance ~F~an ~ord, Hulett Glenn Conzelman, Devils Tower tI' T. Wyatt, .Mesa, Ariz. .Albert Tschet, ter, Moo,retort OW~rd l~i,ckerd, Fort Collins, (Mrs. Jesse Jones, Belle Fourche Colo Monty Newman, Sundance Renewals Frank Blakeman, Sundance ~lli,am Pickerd, Denmark, Wise. Wyman ~BushneH, Sund,a,nce bes. ,Fay F. Smi~th, Salem, S.D. Glen Wyatt, Sundance rmis Talich, Sundance T.K. Glover, Sundance COrnhusker Telephone Co., ~R. A. ,Bush, ~ulett ~tWismer, Nebr. Ivan Moore, Alzada, Mont. Joe Jedrykowski, APO Ne~v (Mrs. Claude Seeley, Sundance : York David It. Roberts, Carlile ~els ~I Smith, Newcastle .Don Denzin, Sundanve ~i~nr.ne~ti~ R. ~iesland, ~ocky ,Point (Mrs. J. R. Itillyex, Ubrichsville, j rvin 'Borvhgrevink, ~Iulett Ohio =. ~. ~ennivk, Sundance Fran~k Ti.nk~om, Sund,ance ~de Bray, Sundance 'Ldretta E. Bunney, A~add~n j ~. Finney, ~Iulett Fred Kum,me~feld, ~oorcroft ~Y R. Duffee, Su.ndanee ~ladys A. Chapman, Upton ~. W. Hay,ward, Sundance Mrs. A. C. W,aters, ~Moor~r~t o(~hn Sflverstrand, Atkinson, Susie Ni,tcy, Oshoto ~ebr Rev. Cletus Pmdo, Upton (~harles" Jones, Sundance Lynn Barnes, Sundance ~Ion,a Short Line Telephone Co., ~8undance VFW TO OBSERVE ~ux~ '~ar and Lounge, Sund,anee "OPERATION SPEAK OUT" ~ulet C. Wood, Hu.lett VETERANS WEEK ~eO. T~a,cy, Sunda~nee ~UFFALO - Wyoming Ve~er. ss Earl~)ierce'Kipp,~ Springs, ~. S.D. ans of Foreign Wars commander ~;aspe~ Dean Smith ,of Buffalo today ~eten Dudrey, Sundance ca,lied on a,l,l community organ. -tI~le~ I~,ke, Rapid City, S, D. i~ations in the state to join ~viOh RIlg C~)uper, Sundanee ~I4uokins, V~F.W. in "Operaticct Speak Sundanee Ou,t" ~hich i's a program design- .. Hooper, Laramie ed to encourage the "silent maj. ~;~l~e Snell, Sundaace ority" ,to .gho~v their support of be effective and reflective of the eo:mmunity mind, it is my hope th,at all other civic, ~raternal, partriotic, labor, religious and other vrganizations in Wyo,miag 'will join ~wi,th us and make this a true state,vide community ef- fort. " Commander Smith ,also stated that ~he na,tional commander-in. chief, Ray Crallagher has called on al.1 such national organiza- tions to join with the V.F.W. in thims .u~dertakin.g. Smith is urging the 46 Wyo- ming posts to partieipate in the week observances in seve~'al ways that wM1 upgrade Veterans Day. He is also calling on lhe posts ~o repeat the method o advertising in newspapers, radio and tv. Ladles' dress coats and car coats. Use our layaway plan, Jack and Jill Shop. Friday, Oct. 31 ~ulett PTA carnival, 7 p.m., hi, h school gymnasium. Saturday, Nov. l ~ulett Lions Club pancake supper, Htdett school lu~nchroom, 5:30-8 ~.m. Monday, Nov. 3 Sundanee City Council, 8 p.m. city hall. Thursday, Nov. 6 ,~lv~l typing, Moorero/~ e~m- re,unity h,all, 10 a.m. Clx~k County Advisory ,Board, 1:30 p.m., TCEA h~spitality lOOmo Thursday, Dec. 4 ~Public hearing, 1-90 bypass, 8 p.m., Sundance svhool. Monday, IDec. 8 Blood typing, Sundance, I0 a.m.. 5 p.m., Episcupal parish hall. Thursday, Dec. 11 /Blood typing, Sundance, 11 to 5 p.m., Episcopal parish hall. AND PLEDGE CASPER, WYO.--It was not a trip to Washington but then Dave Bannister of Gillette did not look to,, nhappy as Wyoming Congressman John Wold hand- im a check for $250. Bannister won the trip t, Washington, D. C., for comin out first in a statewi,t, Contest am mg Woht's Warriors during the 1968 eh,c tion. The President of the Sheridan College stu(b,: ' body, decided however to u, e the prize for hi, educa i,- nstead of the trip, after having been married in interim. Former Pledges and Donations De,bert Harbaugh Ben and Ruby Sager Xi Theta, BeCa Sigma Phi J. K. Kanode Berenice Chatfield (~arlotte C~rr Sundancers women's bowling league. Devils Tower VFW Post No. 4311 Robert Streeter Richard H. Durfee The Sundance Times Alex Smi,th Ellis Livingston Bear Lodge ~tel Inyan Kara Club Tuckers, Inc., Sheridan Mrs. V. M. Freaeh Mr. and (Mrs. Neal @arnmn Carl Steiger Jay Durfee Mrs. C~mde Seeley end family Shamrock Ladies C1ub Kara Mountain Kids 4-H Lorin I-hrper John and Erma Quiztt Georgia Dott~as Mr. and (Mrs. Harry Reynold~ Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kuner~h Mr. ,and ~rs. Ted Speidel Jeanetta Cook C~'ook County Co~vbelles Mr. and Mrs. Harley Douglas Mr. and ~rs. Claude DeCory Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hughes Ricky Spracklen Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dudrey The Sundance Bowling Associa- tion Dick and Rose Zella Proctor Deborah, Dana, Rick, Randel, Kelly and Kyle Proctor R@berts Construction Co. Keith Lamb Mr. and Mrs. George Beagle Tim Herron Lee Habeck Wilma Tenke Mr. a~d ,Mrs. Francis Hejde The Give and Gain Club Mr. and Mrs. Garvice Roby (Mr. and (Mrs. Tracy Ellsbury Mrs. Lee Th~nTpson R. B. Hallin,~r Mr. and Mrs. Russell Traey The Dime Fund Carlile Wranglers @H Club (Mr. and (Mrs. l~ger Thorson ~r. and Mrs. Pa~l Smi1~h Mr. and Mrs. Arnold I)uca Stmd, anee Women's B~vlir~g Assn. `Mr. and Mrs. Richard Snider (Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Seeley Tia and Todd Tom Seeley Chester and Sadie Hemler Kenneth and Florence HtRchins Mona Short Line Tel. Co. St~ai.tor and FAaine Clark ,Mr. and (Mrs. Edwin Rounds Sundance Recreation p~o~am Ve~ma B,uitterfield Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simons, Linda and Sully Boys' jackets - infants to size 12; girls' coats and jackets - in- fants to size 14. Jack and Jill Shop. To the d Ralph Plaisted will show slides of his trip to the North Pole on Skidoos on the Beulah, Wyo. ADMISSION: $1 per Person Proceeds from this event will go to the fund to send Wendy Courchaine, Miss Rodeo Wyo- ming, to the national contest in Las Vegas, Nev. Homestake Mining Co. has leased the hunting rights on its holdings in Crook and Weston counties south of Highway 14 to J. B. Driskill, Box 523, Sundance, Wyoming. All hunters will be required to have a written per- mit to hunt in the above designated area. No permit fee for the 1969 season will be charged Homestake employees and lessees. A $1.00 fee will be charged legal residents of Crook and Weston counties upon presentation of a valid 1969 Wyoming hunting license. Permits will be issued at J. B. Driskill's office at Moskee, Wyoming. HOMESTAKE MINING CO. Spearfish, S. D.