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/ [es ge Areas Open to y Hunters Wild turkey seasons in the Bear key for the entire season. Lodge and Black Hills areas open ing hours run from 7 a.m. to Saturday, the Wyoming Game and Legal firearms are single The 27th sale of the Northeast- 190 were registeredHereford the $2800 paid for a Hay Creek Fish Department said this week. double-barreled and era Wyoming Hereford Associa- cows. Hereford Ranch bull at the 1951 Both seasons close Nov. 10. SmhqO:guns, plugged to admit tion, ready for the salesring in The top sales of the association fall sale. A total of 1000 permits have o e than two shells in the been issued for the two areas, 800 azine and one in the chamber, Sundance Saturday, will shove the came in the fall of 1951 when total Files of The Sundance Times in the Bear Lodge area and 200 in The department urged hunt gross sales of the association close sales were $42,620. At that sale revealed that past consignments to the Black Hills area. to get permission from 1 ldoWV to the $625,000 mark since the op- 39 bulls were sold at an average the semi-annual sales were heavy The department reminded hun- before entering private lands ening sale was held May 13, 1944. price of $1044.66. Average price in some years. ters that the bag limit is one tur- hunt. Total sales for 25 of the associ- for five cows was $360. At the second sale of the assoc- ation's sales were $591,099. Fig- The association's highest aver- lea Pearson of Cheyenne. ~ ! ares for the 1945 fall sale are not age prices came in three consecu- iation in 1944, 99 head of Here- Past Noble Grands and Re~ all available. However, that year tive sales, two in 1951 and the fords, 50 bulls and 49 cows, were THE PRINTER ahs - Smorgasbord Saturday, l~10~j 40 bulls were sold at an average spring of 1952. The average price sold for $17,380. 2 at the old Stech store starting"l' 5:30 p.m. Adults $1.50, childl~ price of $311.50 and 16 cows were for bulls in those sales were: Other heavy consignments in- also sold sending total sales well $777.18, spring 1951; $1046.66, fall eluded 74, spring 1945; 70, spring I NOTHING SATIS~'IES ~ SO I up to 12 - 75c. .~ over the $600,000 mark. 1951; and $762.68, spring 1952. In the previous 26 sales, 1450 Several bulls have been sold by 1948; 69, fall 1948; 72, spring I MUCH A5 DOING QUALITY I Mrs. Annie Fort, Mrs. Tony Fory ] PRDNTJNG FOR A HARD-TO- I Mrs. Nellie Cressman and SoPlllw Herefords were sold of which 1260 the association for over $2000 dur- 1950; 80, fall 1950; and 58, fall I PLEASE CUSTOMER/ I Woods left Saturday to receive s were registered Hereford bulls and ing the sales but tbe top price is 1955. ~ medical checkup at the Mayo Cli~" my for tn Funeral services for Carl Nelson of Yucaipa, Calif., former Hulett rancher who died in Sundance Tuesday night will be held at the Methodist church here at 2:00 p.m. Friday. Following the services, the body will be returned to Califor- nia for burial. Nelson died about 9:00 p.m. Tuesday at the Claude Dillon home. Panel Discussion Farmers Union Meeting A panel discussion on what big business is doing to the family farm was the main feature of a goodwill supper sponsored at Up. ton Oct. 23 by the Upton and Four Corners Farmers Union locals. Serving on the panel were Walt- er Saunder, Upton lumber dealer; Kenneth Naramore, Gillette auto. mobile dealer; Fred Perino, Four Corners rancher; and Howard Wham, Carlile rancher. Roald Harbo, director of activities in the Rocky Mountain Farmers Union, acted as moderator. Locals represented at the meet- ing were Recluse, Gillette, Four Corners and Upton, which includes Upton, Hulett and Moorcroft. Sev- eral Sundance residents interested in Farmers Union also attended the meeting. Door prizes, donated by Upton merchants, were given away at the meeting.. Mr. and Mrs. Harbo furnished music for a dance after the supper. Hulett F. H. A. Girls To Stage Football Match Wednesday !: y* The king and queen of the Sundanee homecoming celebra- tion are shown above between halves of the football game. Claudette lVlRller reigned as the homecoming queen and Dale Roadifer was king. The queen's attendants were Pare Wales and Judy Watson. Shown left to right are: Stan- ley Elwonger, Dale Roadifer, ,Pant Wales~ Claudette Miller, Dana Gilman and Judy Watson. County Cri S Social Security Rep to Appear Here on Nov. 7 ic in Rochester, Minnesota. n Friday overnight guests at the.~' R. Ptarr home were their frien~ Fred Gruhn and Bob Anderson 0/ Columbus, Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Harold TorreY ~ Douglas and ME and Mrs. RaY I~g~ ris of Torrington were guestS ,~: the Don Policky home FridaY.W, Sunday. The Torreys and Harrl~ were here to hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford C and family and Mr. and Mrs. Proctor and family visited at the Harold Wells home in By all odds the best football game on November 6 will be at Drive Laggc Hulett where the Hulett FHA girls SHS Speech Class Play Postponed Until Nov. 12 lett and at the E. C. Collins in Alva. Ted Rounds was in Monday and returned where he attended ar~ meeting of the Episcopal Mrs. Kenneth Hutchins at the Joe Frank home Mrs. Jerry Nash of Casper wa~ The performance of "Huckle-Saturday caller, j,~ berry Finn," a three-act play to Mr. and Mrs. Ted Glover, Sa.~ be staged by the Sundance high and Eleanor were Sunday vi~l~'~ school speech class, will not be at the Virgil Schlup farm. ~s presented Tuesday night as ached- Glover and Mr. Schlup spent uled. day hunting: , ~f Supt. Wes Huckins said the Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Gooa :, play would be held a week later SIiearfish were Sunday d~e' on Nov. 12 at 8:00 p.m. in theguests of Mr .... and Mrs Ray Go~'ey, high school gymnasium. Lloyd Shiflett and son of u~.~s The play was postponed until enne arrived Sunday to spend w: we: tun : Nov. 12 to avoid conflict with the ~h~es hesr~::~ Sundance Commercial Club high- ts way meeting Tuesday night family Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Course at SHS Lacks Car The driver training lett athletic field. Coaches for the match are Don Yestness and Larry Buscher. John Thorson and Jim Bare will be the referees and Mrs. Bekkan will be the timekeeper. Officials for the game are Miss Quattier and Mr. Eriekson. Chain- keepers are Mrs. Huckins, Mrs. Holmes and Mr. Wood. Cheerlead- ers will be Frank Proctor, Donnie Anderson, Mickey Thorn, Dave Long, Jack Proctor, Butch John- son, Jerry Griffis and Donnie Vitto. Prices for the game are 35 cents for adults, 25 cents for high school students and 15 cents for grade school students. A half-time ceremony will also be held. Refreshments will be ser- ved during the game. class stall. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Bo~d~ of Newcastle were Sunday di~, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin "- ward and girls. ..,ge Mr. and Mrs. Ulric Hawken "a~ Friday business callers in Sttffl~" and Belle Fourche. Mrs. Bill Hibbard and at returned Sunday after Sundance high school has run into the past week in Lusk difficulty, Supt. Wes Huckins said parents Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday. He said the course has lor. Mr. Taylor and another been taught for two months with ter and husband Mr. and Mrs. no car. . Sorenson of Sidney, He said that last year Stockmen's arrived Sunday at the Motor Co. of Gillette said it would home to spend some time furnish a car for the course. How- Harry Schloredt of ever, Huckins said he has been called in town over the A representative from the Cas- notified that Stockmen's Motor while hunting in the area. -4# per social security office will be Co. has changed its mind and Sunday droner and supper ~ in Sundance on Nov. 7 from 8:30 will not furnish a car. of Mr. and _.l~.,s. Bob LangtrY ~l a.m. until 4 p.m. at the public wel- The superintendent said that Mrs. Langtry s parents Mr. o~ fare office, the Casper office has Pringle Motor Co. of Upton had Mrs. John Mober~ and sons ,'~ announced, volunteered last spring to furnish her sister-in-law ~Irs. David ~, Patrick Sharer, manager of the a training car. Huckins said that berg of Newcastle. AfternoO~,~ Casper office, said the represent- Pringles now have two cars out lers were Mrs. Marion Tttr~."~,: ative will explain recent changes and don't know whether they will and Mrs. Garrett Stone and rdf~r~fCl', in the law whereby it is no longer be allowed a third car. ter of Newcastle and Mrs. H otw~: required that wives he living with their husbands, or that widows ~ O-F ~ Robinson and Miss Arlene #*'~"~.!~ I would like to say thank you must have been living with has. bands at death, to become entitled to all who sent me cards, letters will stage their version of the au- A report from Miss Marge Hurst, to payments on their husband's and other gifts while I was in the tumn sport, executive director of the Wyoming social security account. It will Bonnett-Clarkson hospital in Rap- The FHA girls, under the super- Society for Crippled Children and apply for widows whose husbands id City and since I have been vision of Miss Hazel Borgialli, Adults, reveals that Crook county died as far back as January 1, home. They were all very much home economics teacher, will stage fell below the state average dur- 1940, and to wives whose bus- appreciated. the game at 2:30 p. m. on the Hu. ing the 1957 fund drive. bands have qualified for retire. Dallas Lappe T~IE SUNDANCE Sundance, Wyo. Oct. $I, THE PRINTER ment benefits. Shafer said, "The amendments do not change the requirement that a Valid husband-wife relation- ship must exist or have been in existence when the husband died. Proof of a valid marriage, accord- mg to state law, will still be re- quired." CARD OF THANKS Our deep appreciation is extend- ed to everyone for their sympathy and kindness during the death of our loved one. Agnes Radcliffe Harry W. Klein Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hayward and girls have completed moving and are now living in their new home above their business estab- lishment. Weekend guests at the Bob Pear- son home were Mr. Pearson's aunt and uncle Judge and Mrs. At- The county .raised only five cents per capita as compared to the state average of 12 cents per capita. However, Moorcroft, where the FFA members put on a cam- paign, had 11 cents per capita. The 1957 total for Crook county was $205.22 as compared to $220.62 in 1956. Of the 1957 funds, Moor. croft raised $81.11, Sundance, $54.11 and other towns $70.00. Miss Hurst said her organization wanted to find some way where- by the rest of the county could follow Moorcroft's example and raise the county average. Sheris and Jean Waugh of Spearfish spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Foster of Cheyenne arrived Sunday and are visiting at the Don Policky home while here on a hunting trip. Mrs. Ted Rounds, Teddy and Grace Marie visited Mr. and Mrs. V. M. French in Alva Sunday. Maureen Frank spent the week- end at the Gene Ewing home near Devils Tower.