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YEARS AGO 15, 1971 of a $1500 budg- was approved ' the Sundance Club during its meeting. The club made plans during the for its annual Christ- program. to Mr. Mrs. Don Ike who were Dec. 4 at the Pres- Church in Moor- They are making their at the Harry Berger where Don is employ- The new Mrs. Ike is the Miss Donnie Lamp- 30th wedding anni- of Dr. and Mrs. W. Kunckel was the celebrated at a din- r party hosted by Mr. and Robert Frolander at ranch home November The Kunckel's anniver- date is November 20, sorry to report that Nicholas of the Crow area passed away Dec. He is a brother of Mrs. Gitner of Beulah and and Cecil Nicholas, live near Crow Peak. IVa-. and Mrs. Lee Tremble parents, by adoption, to boys Mark and Mike, are now two years old. join a sister, Marie, night at the TCEA hospitality room. Louis Smith, a longtime Black Buttes area rancher, died early Monday morning at his home here. Smith, 81, had been in ill health for the last five years. Corinne Hewes, 17, Sun- dance high school senior, has been named Co-Ed corres- pondent for the 1961-62 school year, according to Margaret Hauser, editor of Co-Ed magazine. A district court jury here Friday acquitted K. C. Brim- mer, 24-year-old Moorcroft man, of manslaughter in the shooting last May of Richard Martinez at Moorcroft. There were two winners in last Saturday's Cash Days promotion and both were from out of town. David Sipe won the 3 p.m. drawing and received $125 while Mary Johanneson, Carlile, won the 4 p.m. drawing and received $25. Not present for the in town prizes of $25 each were Harry Pollom and James. E. Varner, beth of 731st Radar Sq. THIRTY-FIVE YEARS AGO DEC. 11, 1941 Claude Sackett has been named to superintend the Sundance city light plant because of the resignation of Delbert Jackson, who left He has received no such call as yet, however. Mildred Landers, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Landers of Sundance, placed in the blue ribbon award group in the National-4-H club contest which was held in Chicago this last week. She was one of five to win this distinction in the entire group which represented ev- ery state. Capturing honors as high individual in the national non-collegiate livestock judging contest at the Inter- national Livestock Show at Chicago, David Eddington of Veteran won a $250 scholar- ship and helped the Wyo- ming 4-H club team to place seventh among the 28 teams competing. Other members of the Wyoming team were John Knight and Glen Hertzler of Goshen county. FIFTY YEARS AGO DEC. 9, 1926 Mrs. M M. Lane, an Upton lady and mother of towns- man, John Lane, had the misfortune .to lose all her personal effects when the fairview school house, in School district No. 1 in which she lived and also taught school burned to the ground during school hours Monday afternoon, Nov. 29. We are informed by ~r H. D. Port of a serious outbreak of hog cholera a- mong the hogs of the farmers of Spearfish valley and vici- nity. Dr. Port was called into the infected hogs. The reputation of Mr. Port as a vetermary makes his services years old, and a broth- Sunday for Cheyenne. in much demand in a case of , Rusty six years old, who The city council has chosen this kind. also adopted children.Tom Hooper as the new city Miss Imogene Potter, who ~ Trembles drove to Cas- clerk to replace Jackson and for the past two years has on the 6th and broughthe will also work at the light been relief operator at the little boys home. Sat-plant, telephone exchange, has re- ay the entire family, ac- Claude Sluss was releasedsigned and is now assisting Zpanied by lee's mother, from the United States army at the postoffice. ~. Viva Tromble, went to and retm~aed home Friday.It is reported that Truman le Fourche to Christmas He volunteered about a year Tibbets has the measles. Its P and buy clothes for the ago, but was over the 28 year ttlff luck, Truman, to have to lads. Grandma spent old mark. He has been batch and have the measles. aight at the ranch with stationed at Fort Riley, Kan- Dr. Clarenbach removed Feeder Report DECEMBER 16, 1976 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 3 SIOUX CITY, IOWA Feeder cattle prices here at Sioux City held mostly steady Monday, however on Wed- nesday's sale comprising much larger share of the receipts. Prices at Wednes- day's sale generally ,1.00 - 2.00 lower. Extremely low temperature most bearish influence on market. On Monday, smaUl volume Choice and Prime calves 1.00 higher and Wednesday,,-se- veral loads fleshy 900 lb. steers firm to .50 higher. Best yearling demand for thin fleshy 600-700 lb. offer- ings. Outgo this week esti- mated at 4400 head, includ- ing 3900 at auctions. FEEDER STEERS: Three loads Choice and Prime 400- 450 lb. 44.00-46.00. Choice 350-500 lbs. 40.00-44.25. Mixed Geod and Choice inc. some bull calves 34.20 - 39.00. Canadian imports of these grades reduced this week. Lot Choice and Prime 560 lbs. 46.00. Most Choice 500-200 lbs. 35.50-38.50 with several loads thin 600-750 Ibs. 37.00-38.75. Wednes- day's sales 37.00-38.00 with one load of Choice and Prime 735 lbs. thin and empty 38.75. Few Choice 750-800 lbs. 36.50-37.00. Four loads Choice and Prime 902-969 lbs. fleshy, 37.00-37.20. Few Choice 921-985 lbs. 36.10- 36.70. Good thin, 500-660 lbs. 31.85-34.25. FEEDER HEIFERS:, Two loads Choice and Prime 350- 420 lba. 39.(D-40.20. Choice 350-500 lbs. 29.00-34.50, mostly 32.00-34.00. Mixed Good and Choice 27.80- 29.50. Choice 500-750 lbs. 29.50-33.75, two loads 526- 530 lbs. 36.05. Load Choice and Prime 658 lbs. 34.10 and load fleshy 800 lbs 34.30. Package Choice and Prime fleshy 952 lbs. 35.75. Mixed Good and Choice 500-700 lbs. 28.75-30.00. There were a total of 4,196 feeders going through the Yards this past week as compared with 4,090 a week ago, and 6,007 a year ago. Price averages are: This Week, Last Week, Last Year. Steers - $36.25, $36.21, $38.26. Heifers - $32.96, $33.83, $32.34. St. Calves - $41.28, $39.60, $36.31. Hf. Calves $32.57, $32.66, $29.55. one way to get your wife's attention is to sit down and lookconfortable...middle age:when the future gets herequicker than it used to...active minds and hens are not discouraged by infer- tile eggs...when all is said and done, more is said than done...you can't humiliate a hog by throwing mud at him...indifference in a man is a problem few women know know to handle...mod- em television programs are educational-they 're forcing people to read books. o f W YOMINO 312 Miller Gillette, Wyoming * JOBS FOR PEOPLE- PEOPLE FOR JOBS Ph. 682-9313 Wyoming State Employment Service i g ! sas most of the time for a two tonsils for Alex Smith Men- YEARS AGO month period when his troop day. .: ~i~c::::'~i" ":*%:.i:iii i.. 15, 1966 eng.aged ~ the:'war games"Blonde: "Look at my ":" ~--~ "!::;!:~: ~ in the south. Clauue expects ........ lovely engagement rmg from ~rle A. Clingan, 47m De nome omy a snor~ ~une .]irnV" " :: Give Gifts of "" old maintenance man' at as undoubtedly all men re- ~ead" "Beautiful' And ...... II Appli County Memorial leased and with no physical nice" know you;re not ow__ . Sma ances. ital, was accidentally defects will be recalled soon. marrying a spendthrift." :ocuted at the hospital ~,~.~,,~~,.~,~,~~~~ 'day morning while he attempting to unblock a :~ e We have a full selection llnganwas disconnecting } r'Frest'hn~Cal~ne:lectric wall heater whensinceA, inwires''Rundgren,cnt~act 1961,deputYwillwithsuper- 1 ~retireBlacklive ~~J~'~. f~" ,~=~ ~~O~q ~. [ ~ " " - t~~! ~''~ ' '=~ "~''~:C~L2~~ [ i:i ~ceeding31' 1966. Rundgren is !I *I:ARBERWARE " ~~--'-~ L"" i ii management staff of- " " ' : * M R. C O F F E E r on the Black Hffis.} ~o~..~,~ :~(~ ~.~ } rne farm workers will be tled to at least $1.00 an ~r~,-:~,(" ' ~T~/~~'~ I [ ~II*PERCOLATORS ~ under federal law after ! ~~~~-~): I , ~ ~ "L,TVLE MAC HAMBURGER AND ~ I, 1967, a U. S. Labor ~ P SANDWICH COOKER " ~u'tment official recently i the National Association S H 0 P leet Growers meeting in ~. WiTH US [} 7"1 " *ELECTRIC TOASTERS *FRYPANS ~gs Mont. ~ . ., ~* nSteiger' Hulett ra4ach" g~ FOR DELIGHTFUL GIFTS ! I.'! * ELEcT,RIC. KNIVES * STEAM IRONS [ is in the Belle Fou~rche "r EN [[ P ~tal with leg injuries ~ - * C R 0 C K O TS ved Monday when he OP into a grain auger ted in a pit at the JH ( Mon. & Tues. Until 7:30 P.M. * PRESTO BURGER COOKER " i; , lin U.kmas F" Clemas' Fed" If YU wish t shp n S daY' call 283"2943 r [* DEEP FAT FRYERSDam'Minn''s. District Courtwas sen- , 283-3394. .POP CORN PO PERS, erre, S. D. Friday to I REGISTER NOW FOR THE COMMERCIAL CLUB 12 years in prison for =, ~ * ~ ~lary of two South Dakota PP, JZE DRAW-INGS. . G R [ D D L E S VV A F F L E M A K E R S 14,1961 " Jac ( Register for Prize Dr ingsDec. 18&23 rHeggewaselected k & Jill Slt0p I Unionf theat theSUndanCeregular ~ Ph. 283-2943 ' Sundance ~ ] ] of the local Friday /IL~.~*~=*~.~~.~.~.~~ ~ ~'