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Reed Henachel [center] was presented with a llfe presentation to Henachel who was honored for his in the Veterans of Foreign Wars by work and efforts on behalf of the post. At the left is Tower VFW Post 4311 Friday night during State Commander Charlie Brown, Buffalo, who was po6t's anBuni oyster stew meeting, making an official visit to the post. Peat member Lomn O'Haver [right] made the at Past Years Ago 8, 1960 temporary report on the water for the city was made night during the regular council meeting by the engineering firm of A test at Canyon showed only 65 per minute, not enough to running a pipeline that The ordination of the Rev. W. Dickey, vicar of the Church of the Good here, was held at the Nov. 22. Sundance businessmen were this week by the Corn- Club's Christmas lighting to erect Christmas their buildings in places provided in the side- Hulett...Jerry and Ted Waugh boot training in Diego, Nov. 18, were supper and Shirley Leger Ann in San Diego before to Hulett for two weeks. Kara Creek...Bud Voss of combin~d business with Monday when he went at Keyhole, then hauled cow from Thompsons. Years Ago 12, 1940 The County Planning meeting, was held in Sundance drew a large crowd the entire county. Most of recommendations made had do with land use and range Walter Vore was chairman of the Land Committee, T.J. Vore was of the road committee, office. The Epworth League and l~Jy Scouts will repair them for children who might not otherwise hsve toys for Christmas. Andy Policky bought a new Hudson Sunday. Clair Roadifer recently com- pleted a new modernly equipped residence in Sundance. Sundance is still nine short of filling its quota of 95, set for this year. Through an error in which several names were counted twice the wrong number was reported last week. To date 86 have signed for this years roll call in Sundance. "Damsels in Distress" will provide you with an evening of laughs and fun according to advance reports from the Senior class which is presenting the play this Thursday evening, Dec. 12 at the Commercial theatre. 60 years Ago December 10, 1925 A fire at daylight Monday morning destroyed the granary on Mrs. Sara Stem's ranch and for a time threatened the other build- ings. The only theory for the blaze is that a cigarette butt smoldered in the sawdust from the previous evening. Gov. Nellie Tayloe Ross has issued a proclamation designat- ing Thurs., Dec. 10, as Wyoming day, in commemoration of the date when a Wyoming territorial legislature granted equal suf- frage, the first in the world. Farrall...Patrons of the Farrall school met with the school board at the hall last Friday afternoon when it was decided the school house would be moved down and set on the bank north of the hall. It's a poor location for the only place for play ground is the road or down over the bank on the creek bottom. Aladdin...Frances Hyde (sic) is Bearlodge Snowmobile Club News The Bearlodge Snowmobile Club held a special meeting Oct. 16 to elect a new president to replace Norma Peterson. The club thanked Norma for the many years of dedication and hard work she has put into the club, and expressed sorrow to see her resign. Betty Myers stepped up from vice-president to take over as president, and Eddie Meisner was elected vice-president. There was discussion on a money making project for the clug money making project for the club this year. All members were urged to bring their ideas to the next meeting. It was decided to award the member who brings in the most new memberships, a $40 gift certificate for snowmobile wear, at the next meeting. Ideas for different events for the season were tabled until the next meeting at which time a schedule will be made up. The next meeting was set for Nov. 18. There was a good turn out for the November Bearlodge Snow- mobile Club meeting. It was the first time in a long while that there were more members than chairs to sit on. The club would like to welcome new .(n..embers,Les i and llene Heoper, Jack Rugg and his family, April Glick and Travis Jensen. Helen Engelhaupt, Bill Myers and Rich Steedley wece elected to the membership committee. It was decided to extend the mem- bership contest until the Decem- ber meeting at which time the $40 gift certificate will be awarded. A tentative schedule of events was set up: Dec. 8: ride from Router Camp- 'H. Lincoln chairman of the the owner of a brand new ground to Cook Lake at 1 p.m. Chevrolet Sedan complete upto er Roast to follow n D. Hejed2e~m~fi:~etthe ~:m2r2d da~ which he purchased last W;man" 5: Play day at ov "aldtrack. th Committee. r'riaay at Belle Four.cne. Jan. 19: Drag races at Keyhole. If you have any toys which can School Notes...Wmona. F_ot~r Feb. 1-2: Ride to Custer, S.D. reci~o'?ndtyples~;::?::enth;mt,a~ Sa~ll~dxtdO~Vnad:sbelasF?wUrteeh~' Fll~n to ;eai~e. 1~." nRe~etodig;:c~4"Sorn or ,_ I_ #") / [I l, I r" TAI The Sundance Times , , "[he Newspaper Printed for Crook COunty Trailshead, S.D. March 1-2: State Fun Days in Sheridan. Confirmation of events and times will be posted at a later date in the paper. Anyone is welcome to participate in any or all of these events and to contact Betty Myers, Nancy Steedley or Gayla Eppler for more information. The State Snowmobile Assoc. has established a long ride to help raise money for fighting M.S. Each club is urged to make such a ride and get pledges for the number of miles each member rides in order to raise money to fight M.S. There were several worthy organizations to choose from and it was very difficult for the state association to decide which one they felt needed the money the most. Meetings have now been sche- duled for the second Monday of each month. Gayla Eppler, Reporter Christmas bazaar at hospital The staff of Crook County Medical Systems will host their third annual Christmas Bazaar on December 13 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the lobby of Crook County Memorial Hospital. Staff members who have don- ated their time and talents to the bazaar include those from the Sundance, Hulett, Moorcroft and Upton clinics as well as from the hospital. A voluntary effort, pro- ceeds from the bazaar will be used to benefit patients. Proceeds from last year's ba- zaar were used to purchase new color television sets for patient rooms in the hospital. Items for sale at the bazaar will include baked goods of all kinds, hand-crafted works knitted, crocheted, quilted or in macrame and a myriad of other homemade articles which bring a special touch to holiday giving. Those who stop in at the bazaar may buy tickets to win a hand- made tree skirt made by Nancy Votroubek. The drawing will be held at the close of the bazaar. You need not be present to win. For more information about the bazaar, call the hospital at 283-3501. l~cta Ompter OES Electa Chapter no. 5 met in regular session December 5 at the For Your Christmas Eve DECEMBER 12, 1985 Masonic Hall with Dora Hayward preciding. Christmas Carols were sung and some Christmas poems were read. A pot-lurch was served and the members enjoyed a cookie and candy exchange. THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE3 Next meeting will be January. 2 1986. Here's a hint for cooks: there are three teaspoons in a tablespoon. ONE Open Evenings Dec. 18-19-20 Until 8 P.M. For Your Shopping Pleasure Men's Night for Shopping Thursday. Dec. 19 Men - hem's your chance to shop leisurely for your Christmas Eve ..... Jack =Ji/n Shop Ph. 283-2943 y Sundance LAYAWAY AND CHARGE CARDS Effecth/e OnN From 5 GRADE "A" Small Eggs DOZEN -10 P.M. THE GAL CTN. I