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--County Returns (Continued from First Page) iant sunshine, Crook county voters streamed to the polls in record- shattering numbers. It was esti- mated that voting in the county increased 25 per cent over 1948. Eisenhower swept Crook county by a 4 to 1 margin over his Dem- ocratic rival Adlai Stevenson. Complete but unofficial returns from the county's 23 precincts: ]PRESIDENT OF UNITED STATES Republican Dwight D. Eisenhower ................ 1747 Democrat Adlai Stevenson ........................ 424 UNITED STATES SENATOR Republican Frank Barrett .................... 1519 Joseph O'Mahoney ............................ 685 Representative In Congress REPRESENTATIVE IN CONG. Republican William Henry tIarrison ......... 1634 Democrat l:tobert Rose Jr .................... 471 STATE TREASURER Republican :Minnie Mitchell .................. 1454 Democrat John Bentley .................................. 577 STATE REPRESENTATIVE Republican Leslie tIauber .......................... 1348 Democrat Irving Twiford ................................ 770 COUNTY COMMISSIONER Republican Gilbert Brimmer .......................... 1263 Democrat E. J. Svoboda .................................. 924 SUPREME COURT JUSTICE NON,PARTISAN Harry P. Ilsley ............................. 1979 6TH JUDICIAL DIST. JUDGE Non-Partisan ]Preston T. McAvoy i ............. 1510 -----Commercial Club Tonight----- Ted Glover Family Joined by New Girl Mr. and Mrs. Ted Glover are the parents of a daughter born Oct. 31 at the Beagle hospital in Sundance. Named Sandra Irene, the little girl weighed 8 pounds, 4 ounces at birth. -----Commercial Club Tonight---- Yell 'era, you saw It in The Times,~ ~CSonta2ueed~retur~l~stS Page)I[Lcal Girls Win, Clyde IUP' "" - ......... Ice J esert Rounds w,m II Sundance, THE SUNDANCE Wyo. Nov. TIMES 6, Paid Trip In the state by sizeable margins. InI., . ,, ~ _ . [Horses With Plane [District Legion President I I Addresses Local Auxilary fact, Mrs. Minnie Mitchell, GOPlWOOI ~onl:eSl: IClyde Ice, crack Spearfish flyer, I Gladys Ross of Buffalo, dfi candidate for state treasurer drew.[ -- |rode herd on the wild horses in.[ president of the American L~ more votes than Eisenhower in | Troyce Policky and Lois Hap-Ithe Red Desert near Green River, |Auxiliary, spoke to the Sund the state as she defeated Demo-|tonstall were awarded expense- Wyo. last weekend when two Sun-,American Legion Auxiliary crat John Bentley. "ipaid trips to the state convention dance ranchers, Straitor Clark and Friday. Mrs. Ross spoke to Republican Representative Will- 'of the Wyoming Wool growers af- Christy Smith, had a hand in op- members on working to build a tam Henry Harrison was returned to the House by Wyoming voters. 'On the basis of returns from 600 districts, Harrison had 63,000 votes to Robert Rose's 40,000. Unofficial state returns from 600 of the state's 679 precincts: PRESIDENT OF U. S. Dwight D. Eiscnhower (R) 66,412 Adlai Stevenson (D) 38,449 United States Senator Frank Barrett (R) .....55,455 Joseph O'Mahoney (D) 50,019 Representative In Congress Wm. Henry Harrison (R) .... 63,026 Robert Rose, Jr. (D) ....... 40,598 State Treasurer Minnie Mitchell (R) ........... 67,084 lohn Bentley (D) .: 39,577 ~Commercial Club Tonight---- Homemakers Sponsor Cake Contest at Moorcroft Nov. 15 A cake contest, featuring noth- ing but orange chiffon cakes, will be one of the attractions at the annual bazaar held by the Moor- croft Homemakers club. The cake contest and bazaar will be held Nov. 15 in the Moorcroft commun- ity hall. Anyone is eligible to enter the contest which has simple rules: the cake must be orange chiffon and must be made from Soft-as-Silk cake flour. The cakes must be at the hall by 11 a.m. Nov. 15 and become the property of the Moor- croft Homemakers club. Mrs. Mary Falbo is contest chairman. Three prizes will be awarded to the winning contestants. Offered as prizes are a cake tray, a cook book and a cake server. Featuring members' handiwork, the bazaar will feature net darn- ing, ball point painting and cro- cheting. The articles are suitable for Christmas presents. Sandwiches and coffee will be served. / We extend our congratulations to the Northeastern Wyoming He.reford Assn. on their 17th sale, to be held Tuesday. Here are our best wishes for a successful sale. Remember Us For: International Harvester Trucks and equipment. I)eSoto and Ply. mouth Cars "Your lnternatlon 5drvester Dealer" ! Sundance ... Moorcroft k--m ----:~-~_ _ .... ::::: .... ter winning the annual "Make-It- Yourself-With Wool' contest held in Sundance Oct. 30. The contest is sponsored*, by the Crook County Wool Growers and Auxiliary. The two girls will attend the convention to be held at Cheyenne Nov. 6-8. The other girls in the contest, Sylvia and Nancy Rein- ecke, were presented gifts. Contest judges were Mrs. Lel- and Landers of Gillette and Miss ttelen Bcranek of Newcastle, Home Demonstration agent. Mrs. R. I. Port, chairman of the contest, said that all girls 14-17 in the junior division and senior di- vision girls 17-22 were eligible to enter the contest. She asked that all girls interested in entering next year's contest should contact her. ~Commercial Club Tonight----- --Berger Continued From First Page) erations that netted eight wild horses. " Ice rounded up the horses from the air. The eight head of horses are at the Frank Robbins' ranch in that section of the county. ----Commercial Club Tonight-~- Sundance Faculty Members to Attend Gillette Conference Several members of the Sun- dance school faculty will attend the annual athletic conference of the Powder River district of the Wyo- oming Activity Assn. at Gillette on Saturday. Attending will be Tead Weaver as the representative from the high school; Jim Anderson, repre- senting the junior high; Miss Helen Nussear as speech representative, and Supt. Frank Wagner attending as idministrator. S--uun-dance ter unit. "iS' In addition to hearing the d trict president, the AuxiliarY held their regular meeting. Me_$: bership chairman Lillian Cress$~' reported on the membership driv,e~ The Auxiliary is attempting" '~ meet their quota by Nov. 11. .a Plans were made to hold a ca~~ party Nov. 8 at the Legion h~ with those attending bringing g~ to be sent to veterans at sheria~ hospital. At the close of the meeti~ lunch was served to 16 mer~b.e~ by Claire McGuckin and Rosly~ Schelldorf. ~Commercial Club Tonight'~ Gym Floor Finished;, Ready for Bask,ethan, Wrestl, ing Seasons Vernon Dick, high school ,!~ 'S bat~ structor, has completed hl ~d~ wlth the warped spots in thes~~. school gym floor. The job wa under bond. In the civil action, Glover was High School Election ished Monday morning. -, awarded $10,000 compensatory The gym is again in fine c0i damages and $5,000 punitive dam- The 1952 general election, once dition for the gruellinu winter _ ~ o15O ages. In asking for $105,000, Glov- in doubt, has now been settled. Yet, sports ahead. The pigskins ~':A er had asked for $55,200 in com- an election held at Sundance high cleats have been careful[,' st01v" ..... ese d# pensatory damages and $50,000 in school Monday accurately showed .away, and we hear talk m .k~f punitive damages, the shape of things to come.!of half-nelsons, lay-ups and o_u:l"~ The jury cases stemmed from a , In the high school election, Eis-~ sporting expressions which W~'~ shooting affair Sept. 13, 1951 in ~ enhower won 83-13, and the other lead you to believe that we ar~ which Berger shot Glover in theRepublican candidates also won by entering the ping-pong seaso~'~_ arm and fired two shots at Boles. top-heavy margins. Other results The early days of Nove~.~:t The shooting occurred at Berger's were Barrett 06, O'Mahoney 14; saw basketball and wrestling s,-~'.t Oshoto ranch. Harrison 70, Rose 14; Mitchell 65, football out of the spotlight; Three bulls fighting led to the Bentley 27; Hauber 71, Twiford Sundance high school. Both S~ shooting. Two bulls, o.,wned by 22, and Brimmer 71, Svoboda 19. sons will soon be in full swing ~ Mrs. Mabel Fowler, Boles employ- ~Commercial Club Tonight------- the hardwood court will tage er, had fought with a bull on the Charles Yeoman of Casper visit- beating. . ,_I Berger place. The two bulls h,ad ed hsi brother, Paul, from Monday ----Commercial Club Tonignv'- been penned in a corral at Ber- until Wednesday. Yeoman was on her's ranch, his way home after a visit to Tex- The morning of Sept. 13, Boles, as. accompanied by Lee Glover, had gone to Berger's ranch to pick Retie Fourehe0 South up the bulls. It was there that Ber- her shot Glover and fired twice at WHERE THE BIG Boles. PLAY Berger was arrested and charg- IT'S WARM AND ed with aggravated assault and ABLE HERE battery. That charge was then SUiTDANCE HEARING AIDS FOR dropped and Boles and Glover DEAF both filed charges of assault with 8:00 P.M. Friday, Saturday, Nov. 7, S': intent to murder. TWO BIG PICTURES Berger was represented by H. F iday, Saturday Evening Shows 7:00, 9:3'!a F. Fellows, Rapid City; Lem Over- Nov. 7-8 TO SEE BOTH PICTUKI,~ peck, Belle Fourche, and R.G. COME BEFORE 8"30 p.1L Diffenderfer, Sheridan. Tom Mor- "THE BATTLE AT Matinee Saturda; 1:30 , gun and Elwood Anderson of Gill- Frankie. Lane Billy Da~l~ ette prosecuted the cases. APACHE PASS" "Rainbow 'RounO --Commercial Club Tonight,------ In Technicolor My Shoulders" --Card Party Starring SECOND BIG PICTUR~ (Continued From Firs~ Page) Lex Barker Virginia ~~ John Lund "Tarzan's Per few items that would make ideal Jeff Chandler gifts. For men, the organization Susan Cabot Play "WAHOO" Sat. suggests ties, handkerchiefs, sox, The Fighting Story of the Great I billfolds, tobacco, pipes, gloves and Cochise! Sunday, Monday, Nov. scarfs. KENNETH ROBERTS For women, the Auxiliary men- ~ SELLER OF VOODOO tions nylons, perfume, gloves, ap: PASSION rons, costume jewerly, candy and stationery. Suitable gifts for children are games, small toys, dolls, books, mittens, sox and caps. -------Commercial Club Tonight------- Henry Lincoln Home Saved As Women Control Roof Blaze Four women, including Mrs. Henry Lincoln, battled a roof fire for more than an hour Monday morning when an overheated stove- pi4pe set fire to the roof of the Henry Lincoln ranch home. Kept under control by the wom- en until neighbors arrived to kill the fire, the blaze caused some damage to the roof. There was some water damage. Mrs. Lincoln discovered the fire about 9:15, She and three hunters' wives fought the fire with water from a well 100 feet away. ----.Commercial Club Tonight---- Pfc. Ted Stagemeyer is spend- ing a furlough from Camp Carson, Colo. with his parents Mr. andi Mrs. Charles Stagemeyer. He ar- rived home Friday. - -Commercial Club Tonight,---- j Sunday, Monday Nov. 9, 10 "AARON SLICK FROM PUNKIN CRICK" In Technicolor Starring Alan Young Dinah Shore A Great Musical Comedy --Don't Miss It! Weds., Thurs. Nov. 12, 13 "THE MODEL AND THE MARRIAGE BROKER" Starring Jeanne Cr~in Scott Brady Continuous Shows on Shows 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:-~ ATTEND THE AVOID THE NIGHT Monday Evening 7:30, 9: Dale Robertson Anne "Lydia Color by Technicolor with Charles Korvin Bob DON'T MISS THIS pICTURE Para. News - Selected Tuesday, Weds., Nov. YOU SHOULD SEE GOES ON AND ON. SIIOULD SEE WHAT PENS. Evening Shows 7:30, 9:30 Farley Granger Shelly "Behave Yo with William Demarest Lon LITTLE SPICY AND GOOD Selected Short