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To Talk Here Cancer education will be the theme of a meeting set for Sun- dance Dec. 19 which will be at- tended by representatives from Hulett, Moorcroft and Sundance. Speaking to those attending on cancer education will be Mrs. Mar- garet Condie of the Wyoming Can- cer Society. ----Commercial Club Tonight----- VA Contact Man To Be In Newcastle, Moorcroft, Upton Henry Ludwig, Veterans Admin- istration contact representative, will visit several towns in and around Crook county next week. He will be in Moorcroft from I:45 p.m. - 2 p.m. at the post of- rice and in Upton on the same day at the Inyan Kara hotel from 2:30 p.m. until 3 p.&. The contact man will be in Newcastle on Dec. 8 from 3:45 p.m - 5 p.m. and from 8 a.m. until noon Dec. 9. He will be found at the Wyoming tate employment office. Ludwig said that veterans and Veterans' dependents could con- tact him regarding benefits ad- ninistered by the VA. He empha- sized that veterans with service since June 27, 1950 should ob- tain information regarding the Korean GI bill and National Ser- vice Life Insurance. He said that application for benefits had to be made within certain days. -----Commercial Chub Tonight,--.-.- Moorcroft Cagers Face Fifteen Game Basketball Slate Facing a 17 game schedule, the Moorcroft Wolves launched their basketball training Nov. 24. Coach Dennis Pagan was greeted by 14 candidates including four letter. men. Facing their first test Friday night at Upton, the Wolves are bolstered by returning veterans, Ronald Jones, Loyal Schlattman, Gary Sylvester and Tom Davis. Others turning out included, Don Char, K. C. Brimmer, Ray Butts, ~ax Evans, Lyle Butts, Fred Will- iams, Dick Altaffer, Jim Zimmer- schied, Edwin Sisson and Elmer Wilkerson. The 1952-53 Moorcroft schedule: Dec. 5--at Upton. Dec. 6--Sundance Dec. 13--at Rozet Jan. 10---Hulett Jan. 15--at Newcastle B Jan. 23--at Arvada Jan. 24--NewcasUe B .J n. 27--Upton Feb. 6--Clearmont Feb. 7--at Hulett Feb. 10--at Sundance Feb. 13--Dayton Feb. 20--Arvada Feb. 21---at Big Horn Feb. 27---at Ranchester Feb. 28---at Kaycee ------Commercial Club Tonight---- Hulett Rebekah Lodge ]Elects 1953 Officers 'Fifteen members were present l~lov. 28 when the Hulett Rebekah lodge held their regular meeting and elected officers for 1953. New officers are: Mrs. Ivan Pearson, noble grand; Mrs. Por- ter Long, vice-grand; Mrs. Glen Bush, recording secretary; Mrs. Dale Ruland, treasurer; Mrs. Char- lie Shaul, financial secretary, and Lee Nora Davis, trustee. Refreshments were served at the meeting. A visitor at the meeting was Mrs. Leslie Bocce of Naomi Lodge, Powell, Wyo. ----Commercial Club Tonight---.- New Haven 4-H Club Gets Reorganized, Name Changed The Up and Coming 4-tI club, formerly known as the New Ha- ven 4-H club, was reorganized Nov. 23 at a meeting held~ at Jack Wolf- skiH's. In addition to changing the club's name, several officers for the new year were also elected. Elected were Robert Wolfskill, president; Roger Wolfskill, sucre-! taw-treasurer, and Teresa Hauber, t~porter. Remaining officers will be elected at the next club meet- ing. ----Commercial Club Tonight----- C:3 "But there's not the s|i~htest indlcatior as to where chap may encounter dogs." Army Recruit Chief To Take Enlistments Here Next Monday M. Sgt. R. P. O'Reilly of the Army recruiting service, will be in Sundance Dec. 8 to interview men interested in joining either the Army or the Air Force. Men wishing to see the sergeant are asked to leave messages for him at the Bear Lodge hotel. -----Commercial Club Tonight,--...-- Local Draft Board Unable to Provide December Inductees Selective Service headquarters in Sundance said this week that the b~lard had been unable to fill its Dec. induction quota. The men slated for induction have all been given statutory deferments. The draft office also revealed that it had not, as yet, received any call for January. --Commercial Club Tonight,----- Junior FHA Girls Hold Thanksgiving Tea On Nov. 26 The junior and-senior chapters of the Sundance Future Homemak- ers of America had a rather quiet week. The junior chapter held a meet- ing last Friday with the seventh grade girls serving a Thanksgiv- ing tea. Games were also played during the meeting. Judy Frank was in charge of the program which dealt with careers in Home Economics. Last Monday, the Home Econ- omics girls attended the after- noon and morning sessions of the REA demonstrations held in Sun- dance. ------Commercial Club Tonight---- Lorraine Bernd, Scotty Gladstone Tell Engagement The engagement of Lorraine Bernd, Sundance teacher, to Scotty Gladstone, Sundance attorney, has been announced. Date for the wed- ding has not yet been set. ----Commercial Club Tonight---. Sanda Lea Mayer Also on Honor Roll Omitted from the-list of stud- ents last week who made the lat- est honor roll at the Sundance schools was Sanda Lea Mayer of the 7th grade. Previously 14 other students had been named to the honor roll. ----Commercial Club Tonight-.----- Bear Lodge FFA Boys Enter Sears Conservation Contest Two members of the Bear Lodge chapter of the FFA have entered the Sears Foundation soil conser- vation contest. They are Comer Chapman and Richard Cummings. Offered in the contest are ten expense paid trips to the national FFA convention. The two FFA members have submitted plans for conservation on their places along with a de- tailed map of all fields. In August, 1953, the two boys will describe what was accomplished. Judging is done by the state Soil Conserva- tion Department. ------Commercial Club Tonight---- --Moorcroft Report (Continued from First Page) i , , , -- m, ,, phasis was given to commercial and world relation subjects. Li- brary facilities were termed lim- ited. The purchase by the school board of a tape recorder and a new sound film projector received favorable mention. "At our last meetintg, which was held in Hulett Nov. 13, the board discussed the necessity of up-grad- ing all school facilities and the need for new and more adequate buildings in the county." The board chairman said he had been requested to investigate meth- ods of solving the problems. The high school board will examine the situation again at their meeting in Moorcroft Dec. 11. "The board hopes to be able to meet the needs of the county as rapidly as conditions will allow," Harding added. -----Commercial Club Tonight----- --Sundance Report Continued From Fzrst Page) The report singled out school administration, curriculum, stud- ent activities and instruction as being good. The committee felt that the program of studies "met the needs of the community." In addition, the 'report indicated that the committee felt that .this year's high school staff was better than last years. But the report indicated that the library, which is in the process of being reorganized, was unsatisfac- tory in the number of reference books and the amount of library appropriation. Concerning the school building itself, the report indicated a need for modern lighting. The commit- tee also reported that the wooden stairway constituted a fire hazard. On the other hand, the report in- dicated approval for the mainten- ance program and mentioned the tile floor in the home economics room as being a fine addition. ~Commerclal Club Tonight----,-- --Basketball (Continued from First Page) Bulldog schedule. Instead of show- ing here Feb. 17, Moorcroft will play here Feb. 10. -----Commercial Club Tonight---- Sundance Basketball Schedule Has Change Other information picked up from a talk with Supt. Frank Wag- ner revealed other events going on about school. Wagner said that a revision had been made in the 1952-53 Sundance basketball schedule. The Moorcroft Wolves, originally scheduled to play here Feb. 17, will show here Feb. 10 against the Bulldogs. Other events concern the senior formal dance slated for Dec. 12. Supt. Wagner said that as yet they had been unable to get music for the dance. , And next Tuesday at the Com- mercial Theater, the junior class will present "The Little Dog Laughed." Curtain time is 8 p.m. ----Commercial Club Tonight---- Fighting the Sioux Indians in the campaigns of 1860's and 1870's cost the United States government far more than the total cost of the Louisiana Purchase. Construction Paper at The Times Sundance Times DEADLINES The following deadlines on news 'and advertising to be published in The Sundance Times must be observed by news contributors and advertis- ers. The deadlines were estab- lished so that The Sundance Times can be placed in the mails at the proper time. DISPLAY ApVERTISING;-- 10 a.m. TuestPay of week of Publication. CLASSIFIED ADVER- TISING:- 6 p.m. Tuesday of week of publication. CONTRIBUTED NEWS:-- 10 a.m. Wednesday of week of publication. FFA Basketball Club Starts Grind As Practice Opens FFA members at Sundance high school answered the gong this week as the FFA basketball team start- ed practice under the eagle eye of Clark Allen, chapter advisor. All FFA boys are allowed to play on the team which is a part of the FFA's recreation program. Coach Allen said that games would be scheduled with Lusk, Newcastle, Gillette and possibly Sturgis. --Commercial Club Tonight----- Margaret Pickerd ,Heads Inyan Kara Homemakers Club Margaret Pickerd was elected president of the Inyan Kara Home- makers Club for 1953 as the club selected officers for the new year. In addition to Mrs. Pickerd, other officers are: Margaret Bergin, vice- president; Iris Partlow, secretary, and Ellen Roadifer, treasurer. Thirteen members attended the meeting with a handkerchief show- er being given for Mrs. Fred Cris- man. In business affairs, the club agreed to sell a card table and chairs with the money to go to the polio drive. The club has set not date for the final day of tick- et sales. The Inyan Kara club will meet again on Dec. 10 at the Margaret Pickerd home. Members are asked to bring a gift for a club pal and a present for the grab bag if they have children. ----Commercial Club Tonight---- CHURCH NOT/ES Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundanee, Wyo. Dec. 4, : Vo-Ag Students Studying Livestock Breeds, Forging Vocational agriculture students at Sundance high school continue! to be immersed in their years work. Ag 1 students are occupied preS-, ently with the lost art of forging, now almost replaced by weldinb Clark Allen, vo-ag instructor, said that the boys were learning how to prepare a fire and heat, bend, cut, twist and temper metals. Advanced ag students are mak" ing a detailed study of all livestOCk breeds to be followed by a dis" cussion of cross-breeding. PurpoS..e of the cross-breeding discussion is to' see what will fit into the beez production of Crook county. ----Commercial Club Tonight--'~ "The Black Derby" Is Junior Class Play at Moorcroft Annual class play of the Moor.* croft high school junior class will be held in the high school gY~" nasium Dec. 12 at 8 p.m. Cast in the play, "The BlaCk Derby," are Loyal Schlattmanil,1 Edwin Sisson, Ray Butts, joyCe Ash, Marjorie Moore, Ruth TaY" lor, Jim Zimmerschied, Tom Davis and Kay Houston. Frank Rogers, junior class spon" sor, who is directing the play said he believed the play would make an excellent evening's entertain" ment. -~-Commercial Club Tonight-"" Every Sunday 8 a.m. - Holy Bare Facts Communion. 9:30 a.m. Sunday Sergeant: "My girl friend h~ School. 11 a.m. Morning Prayer been a chorus girl in New york' and Sermon. for two years." Holy Communion at 11 a.m. on the first Sunday of every month. Wesleyan Methodist Church Rev. Lee Goodell Sunday School - 10 a.m. Morn- ing Worship - Observance of Holy Communion 11 a.m. Evening Worship - 7:30 p.m. SUNDANCE 8:00 P. M. Friday, Saturday December 5, 6 The true to life story of "CARBINE WILLIAMS" Starring James Stewart Jean Hagan PFC: "What shows?" Sergeant: "Practically everY" thing." l'ell 'era, you saw It in The 'l'i~t~ Belle Fourche. Soutb Dakota It's Still Movietime Here It's Warm, Comfortable Here The Big Pictures Play Here Hearing Aids for the Deaf! Friday, Saturday Dec. 5th, 6th TWO BIG PICTURES Evening Shows 7:00, 9:30 ,To See Both Pictures Conic Before 8:30 P.M. Matinee Saturday 1:30 Shirley Yamacuchi Don Taylor. "Japanese War Bride" Second Big Picture Stanley Clements Eleka Verdug "Jet Job" Play "WAHOO" Sat. Nit# A gun got him into prison---a gun got him out! Sunday, Monday December 7, 8 "WE'RE NOT MARRIED" Starring Ginger' Rogers Paul Douglas Fred Allen Marilyn Monroe Sunday, Monday Dec. 7th Nellie Had A Man of Her Nellie Love~ Another Man Continuous Shows On Shows at 2:00, 4:30, 7:00, Attend the Matinees Avoid the Night Crowds Monday Evening 7:00, 9:30 Jean Peters David "Wait 'Till The Shines Nellie" In Beautiful Technicolor With Dekke! Hugh Marlowe Albert Par. News---Selected ShortS What happens when they find out this amazing fact! W eds., Thursday December 10, 11 "ROGUE RIVER" in Cinecolor Starring Rory Calhoun It couldn't be'bigger! Tues., Wed. Dec. 9th, Hip Swinging -- Ilot Jamborie on Great White Evening Shows 7:15, Tony Martin Janet "Two Tickets To Broadway" In Glorious Technicolor with BA~n Crosby Eddie Miller Gloria This is Big. Don't MISS. Selected Shbrt