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October 31, 1957

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Draw Fines In Justice Court SHS Senior Holds Bulldog Award Justice Court was a busy spot last week as out-of-state hunters accounted for most of the fines levied by Justice of the Peace W. F. Tedro. Two Minnesota hunters were ar- / rested Friday by State Highway l Patrolman Bob Langtry for driv- ing 80 miles an hour in a 60 mile ~:! an hour zone. Fined $20 and costs were Jul- ian M. Johnson and Warren Os- borne. In a Justice Court trial Monday, Roy Hood of Indiana was found guilt~, by Justice Tedro of entering the enclosed lands of Milton Rauth I to hunt. Hood was fined $20 and costs. The hunter was arrested by Game Warden William Morris Oct. 26. In addition to the tres- passing charge, Hood was also charged with failure to tag a deer after shooting it. Hood pleaded not guilty and asked for a trial. However Tedro found him not guilty of the sec- ond charge since the deer killed Shirley Oudin, Sundance high school senior, shown at the right, holds the special page award made to the 1957 Bulldog during the Journalism workshop held recently at the University of Wyoming. The special awar~ was pre- Omaha Land Bank seated for the end sheets of the 1957 Bulldog. Division 3 winners from left to right are: Nina Milliken, Glen- do; Juanita Harmon, Cokeville; Vera Moore, Deaver; and Miss Oudin. President Named Thomas A. Maxwell, Jr. has been elected president of the Fed- eral Land Bank of Omaha, effec- tive January 1, it has been an- nounced by Gscar Heline, chair- man of the Farm Credit' Board of Omaha. Maxwell ~ucceeds H. A. Viergutz who died September 14. Since 1954 Maxwell has been de- puty governor of the Farm Credit Administration, Washington, D. C., and director of land bank service for the 12 Federal Land Banks. Maxwell was with the Omaha The Sundance high sch letic fund will be the Wednesday night when the dance ttarvesters meet the American Red Heads, greatest girls' basketball history, in a benefit game. The tilt is scheduled for at. the high school m~ssmn prices are 90 adults and 50 cents for The Harvesters are this season, mainly because: have yet to play a game. Red Heads, known for thel~ edy and their basketball have been featured in national magazines. gs See Land Bank for 20 years previously, serving as treasurer from 1947 to Second Win Over 1954. Sundance Bulldogs will P]~ -JUDGING 1957 Wyoming Farm Bureau Meet The SCh~ (Continued from First Page) their last regularly game of the season here wolv~, was sick. 0p Four other out-of-state hunters be awarded to the high individuals e~ at Casper on against the Moorcroft were also arrested by Morris. They in the junior and senior divisions. Kickoff time is set for 2 P.~' the were: In case of ties, the money will be More than 500 Farm Bureau tend. The Bulldogs rolled o~.~i~ Dale Poe, fined $25 and costs in divided equally, members from Wyoming are ex- The annual Farm Bureau ban- Wolves 26-6 in an earlier nJ~ Justice Court Oct. 28 for hunting Supervising the contest are Don pected to attend the 1957 convert- quet will be held at 6:30 p.m. between the two Powder "" without having any red color on Rolston, Sundanee high school us- tion of the Wyoming Farm Bureau Tuesday in the VFW hall. Bish- Conference rivals. .~at~4 his person, ag instructor and County Agent Nov. 5, 6 and 7 in Casper. op Norman Foote of Idaho will be Wintery conditions P~ S| Mervin Erickson, fined $30 and Warren Ferrell. Policy recommendations" adopt- the banquet speaker. Scholarship the Bulldogs from play, iS ~ ed by the members at annual coun- awards will also be made during Tongue River last FridaY. _.~ costs Oct. 28 on two counts of fail- a possibility the game m~ ing to tag deer and one count of Juniors Start ty and district meetings will be the dinner. introduced at the meeting. Reso- Several talks are included on la ed later since TongUe_ tOP P .Y . -- killing two antler deer. _ lutions concerning state issues the Wednesday convention calen- ]s m a race with Hule~t ,~iIl Floyd Brown of Newcastle, ar- Annual Magazin~ passed by the voting delegates at dar. Another feature Wednesday honors in the eight-man ~: reste d for failing to sign and de- the Casper session will become morning will be a special panel league. rested for failing to sign and de- policy for the Wyoming Farm Bu- comprised of William Chapman, tach his deer tag. Morris and Selling Drive reau. state commissioner of agriculture; County Attorney Scotty Gladstone recommended that Brown's plea The junior class at Sundance Resolutions passed concerning Velma Linford, state superinten- national affairs will become policy dent of public instruction; and ~~~:~~.i of guilty be withdrawn and the high school started its annual mag- recommendations to be presented Fred Bennion, executive director charge dismissed since Brown is azine drive Tuesday. Junior stud- at the convention of the American of the Wyoming Taxpayers Associ- a minor. Brown received a warn- eats are selling most all maga- Farm Bureau Federation at Chi- ation. ln~ zines. aul A. Stutzman of Minnesota, TlTe class keeps one-third of the cago Dec. 8 to 12. Other Wednesday activities in- pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges money with the funds being used Senators Frank Barrett and Jos- elude a preliminary report of the __ NO' .~ of killing and abandoning edible to help finance the junior-senior eph C. O'Mahoney and Rap Keith resolutions committee, an open portions of a game animal and of banquet. Thomson will all speak at the Cas- hearing on the resolutions, a per meeting. "Make It Yourself with Wool" killing and not tagging a deer. He 7~-~t 8-~-~ ~---~e Registratin fr the meeting will style shw' the annual Farm Bu" was fined $60 and costs on the rs be conducted from 3 to 6 p.m. reau insurance agents dinner and two counts. Nov. 4 in the Henning Hotel lob- the Farm Bureau-sponsored "Tal- ~' d by and from 8:30 to 9 a.m. Nov. eat Find" and "Talk Meet." 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. WCTU to Meet Saturday To Raise Fun s 5 in the Rex Theater. Slated for the last day of the EYES MOST At Paul Yeoman Home Convention activity opens Tues- convention are a report from the EXAMINED A meeting of the local WCTU On Halloween day morning, credentials committee, seating of Glasses Most Properly George Peverly, WFB informa- voting delegates, action on resolu- the Most Modern an~ will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday There'll be no trick or treat tion director, said that vital issues tions, election of officers and ham- Eye Ware at the Paul Yeoman home. Mrs. Halloween night for Sundance sev- facing wheatgrowers will be dis- ing of the 1958 convention site. Oct. Yeoman said the membership enth and eighth grade students, cussed at 1:45 p.m. Tuesday in the Qlvive is on. She urged all inter- according to Supt. Wes Huckins. Empire Room of the Henning. The sated persons to attend the meet- Huckins said students in those meeting will be part of the Farm /~g" grades will solicit contributions to Bureau crops commodity confer- ~..~ She said the state president, the United Children's Fund on ence. Mrs. Murriel Woods, would visit Halloween instead of asking for Peverly said that Rep. Thomson the local union Nov. 9. treats, had made arrangements for a top He said each house will be vis- Department of Agriculture offie- ited only once during the evening, ial to participate. Wyoming's The students will hold a party at Congressional delegation and state the school following the canvass, officials are also expected to at- Sundance - 8:00 p.m. Friday- Saturday Nov. 1 - 2 Starring "Audrie Murphy K.%hryn Grant A Western with a wealth of fern. lnlne appeal. Sunday - Monday Nov. 3-4 d q i "Lovings gYu" I Elvis Presley Lizabeth Scott The One and Only Elvis Fresley in a Madcap Musical 2 WISHES, of the Northeastern Wyoming Hereford Association ON YOUR 27th SALE II OF THE Northeastern Wyoming Herefor l Association Hiway Service Station & Gara! PHONE AT 3.1371 SUNDANCE, Raymond Vines