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PAGE2 THE 8UNDANf JANUARY 3, 1980 PEEK A T THE PA ST By" C. Allen m HVEYEARSAGO THURS., JAN. 2, 1979 A $I000 dollar dtmation from an anon danot has been made to the Sundanca Senior Citizens group to renovate and winterize an old Crook County fair building to be tu l as a senior citizens canter. Chfldr Udting iwm m the annuLl Chr/stmas program at the United Methodist (]hatch in Sun- dam~ Dec. 22 have contributed 42 pair of socks which have been taken to the Wyoming State Children's Home at Casl~r. Annual ele~ion of supervisors for the Devil's Tower Conserva- tion ])istr~ will be held Jan. 14. Two supervisors will be elected to the bo . Dates for the 1976 Crook Coun- ' ty Fair were set hem Dec. 18 during a Of the Cnx County Fair Boerd. Board pres- ident Harry Merchant said the dates for the fair will be Aug. 14, 15 and 16. Wands Hejde, a Sundance High School Senior, will serve as a page in the Wyoming Ho~e of Representatives during the cur- rent legislative session. TEN YEARS AGO THURS., JAN. 1, 1970 A whole galaxy of prizes, do- nated by Sundance business firms, will be awarded to the first baby of the year to be born at Crook CoWry Memorial Hoepital. Notice ts hereby given that the Crook County School i)!strlct No. one Uoar or ,rus ees tssued torrents for the follotdng btlls exceeding $300.00 it the regule meting of the IW rd held on December 18j !9,79 at Sundance T Wyom(ng. ~ hld Pur~ of (x~f~ Am0~t Rr~nt ......................... , Ihalllmr Belle FourcHe Butldtng Center ~ors 1,799.00 45~ Xrvln E. Brlmmer Vehicle Maintenance 1,189.00 4597 Bro-Dart, Inc. Storage Center, Books,Etc.466.22 45~ Bur~ughs Corp. Maintenance Agreement, Ribbons 2,739.60 4599 Colborn School Supply Crook County Clerk Cross Road Inn Dakota Sports, Inc. r Energy Electric John D. Fradet Franklin Supply Co. Geyer Instructional'Aids Co. Gill Oil Co. Green Electric Co. Hulett Co-Op Lees Bus Service James Photography Midwest Shop Supplies Jerry Moll Welding Billy O. Myers No. Wyo. Mental Health Occidental Life Petersen Lbr. & Grain Pete~sen Lbr. & Grain Petrolane Moorcroft Gas Policky Enterprises Inc. RC Oi] Company ; Rapid Film Service Inc. Ranmda Snow King Inn Southwestern Pub. Co. School Sound Systems, Inc. Sheridan Center Motor Inn Temperature Control Service Tri. Co. Electric Ass'n. lnc. Tracoustics, Inc. Travel Lodge Workers Comp. Dep't. Salary Acc't. CCSD James Photography Donald H. Roberts FROM LbNCH ACCOUNT: Grays Market Hulett General Store Jersery Creamery Inc. Manor House Inc. Pacific Fruit & Produce Salary Acc't. CCSD Sheridan Meat Co. Twin'City Fruit Inc. Wyo. School Lunch Program Fund FROM ACTIVITY ACCOUNT: Cheerleader Supply Co. Pepsi Cola Dist. Co. QsP Wy-Mont Beverages Inc. B-Craft Bagley Produce Co, Black Hills Talent & Booking Ramada Snow King Inn Tom-Watt T. V. Time Foods FROM ESEA, TITLE I: Beckley Cardy Co. Salary Account, CCSD Ramada Snow King Inn FROM TITLE VI, EHA: Mountain Bell FROM BUILDING FUND: Equipment, Drapes, Supplies 1,993.23 4606 School Election 2,496.78 4619 Meals and Lodging 473.74 4620 Uniforms, Equipment 1,078.30 4626 Repairs, Labor,Materials 1,220.53 4630 Vo Ag. Equip~nt 670.00 4632 Custodial Supplies 610.27 4637 Math Supplies 461.60 4640 Fuel 0ii 12,443.29 4641 Labor, Motor 373.48 4645 Gasoline, Supplies 1,524.24 4652 Contracted Transportation 1,187.70 4688 Pictures 664.10 4691 Band Saw 1,795.17 4699 Gravel 4,040.66 4700 Vehicle Maintenance 1,425.00 4706 Services 742.50 4108 t Employee Insurance 4,374.00 4710 Materials 339,61 4726 Supplles & materials 541.89 4727 Gas Usage 3,918.03 4728 Bus Supplies 601.08 4736 Gasoline, Etc. 2,200.18 4740 Packet Pictures ' 2,006.40' "~ 4744 Meals, Lodging 328.48 4746 COE Supplies 805.72 4756 Payment on System 1,099.0~ 4766 Lodging, Meals 319.75 4768 Repairs, Coils, Etc. 3,182.24 4774 Electric Service 3,707.25 4778 Equipment 2,302.00 4781 Lodging 672.00 4782 Workers Compensation 373.19 4788 Salaries & Fixed Chgs. 218,473.77 4799 Pictures 794.60 4802 Isolation 588.40 4840 Energy Electric Groceries 359.96 320 Groceries 1,195.38 ' 321 Dairy Products 2,584.62 322 Groceries 508.17 323 Groceries 416.06 326 Salaries & Fixed Chgs. 7,110.35 327 Meat 1,191.00 328 Grocerie: 854.95 329 Assessment Oh Commodities 461.16 331 Uniforms 429.55 720 Pop 558.00 732 Meg. & Records 1,682.40 733 Pop 745.00 737 Posters,Nap~Ins, Etc. 718.50 739 Fruit, Pecans 1,338.00 740 Band--Sno Ball 350.00 742 Lodging & Meals 365.17 759 Items for Sale 1,203.91 764 Pop Corn 1,125.00 766 Bookcases 404.73 152 Salaries & Fixed Chgs. 5,214.20 154 Lodging 315.00 158 Telephone Installatlon,Etc. 326.37 161 Labor & Equipment 386.88 7 4 SUN TIME .... It's not the time of year one expects to see a pretty girl on the beach--unless the scene happens to be at Miami Beach, Fla., where Cheryl Thompson would make a pret- ty picture any month of the year. An attempt to form an auxiliary to the Sundance Volunteer Fire Department will be made at a meeting here Jan. 7. Interested women will meet at 7:30 p.m. in the City Hall to discuss organiza- tion of the group. A white Chirstmas and the coldest readings of the winter spotlighted the weather picture in Sundance and Crook County dur- ing the final days of December. Names of the Japanese high school wrestlers in Sundance Jan. 8 were released this week by Sundance wrestling coach Dennis Talich. FIFTEEN YEARS AGO THURS., JAN. 7, 1965 Moisture during 1964 totaled 25.32 inches, only a dipperful away from the record of 25.51 posted in 1962. The yearly normal for Sundance is 16.25 inches. Ewing said snowfall for the current winter totals 27 in- ches. Sundance residents will have an easier time contacting the city marshall following~ installation of a two-way radio in the city police car. Travel to Devil's Tower Na- tional Monument in 1964 was ap- 'proximately 13 per cent less than the all-time record year of 1963, Supt. Robert J. Murphy said this week. Last years travel figure was 109,562 compared to 125,409 for 1963. The higher you are above sea level, the quicker water boils. For each 500-foot increase in altitude, the boilin_g point drops about I degree F. THIRTY-FIVE YEARS AGO THURS., JAN. 4, 1945 Money from the state and general school funds totaling $15,168.74 have been distributed recently to the various county school districts announced Win. E. Sieg, county superintendent of schools. President Roosevelt has pocket vetoed a bill to abolish the Jack- son Hole National Monument in Wyoming. Both the house and the senate had passed the bill during the past few weeks; the congress will not get a chance to override the veto but sporLsors of the bill say the "fight has just began" and promise to take it to the next congress. SIXTY YEARS AGO WED., JAN. 7, 1920 San Fransisco Jan. 2 - With a roar that was heard for many miles two tons of black powder stored in a magazine of the Her- cules Powder Company's plant near here exploded yesterday. No one was injured. The force of the blast shook surrounding towns in the bay region. The delightful weather contin- ues since "the end of the world" December 17th of last year. It makes the winter shorter and the hay stacks and wood piles last longer. The Sundance ice harvest will be practically completed this week, J.E. Haines having had charge of most of the contracts. The Stearns pond is the souse of supply. Seven of the leading coal mines THE SUNDANCE TIMES Continuing The Crook County News (An Independent Newspaper} Publication # - USPS 526-720 Second Class Postage Paid at Sundance, Wyoming,82729 Entered as Second Class Matter in the Post Office at Sundan~,, Wyom e2729 Member National Newspaper Aesociati(m The Sundance Times is a regal nawspaper for all publications. Telephem: Area Code 307-283-3411 Published Every Thursday by' THE SUNDANCE TIMES, INC. Allea Hem, Howard Allm, Co-Publishers Note: If changing ad&e~, Please include former Address. Also give zip code, bex or stre~ ~.~. S ON RATES To P.O. Address in Wyoming and Butte, Lawrence and Carter Counties, $7.00 per year. To P.O. Address Outside Wyoming, $8.00 par year. Minimum Subscription, 6 months-~.00. POb"rAL REGULATIONS REQUIRE THAT SI.IBSCRIF~ON BE PAID IN ADVANCE. DEADLINE: 5 P.M. MONDAY OF WEEK TO BE INSERTEI~. 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III I I I II I Solar Heating Breakthrough,s:: SOLAR SYSTEMS NO PLUMBING NO LIQUID STORAGE~ NO MECHANICAL e qfS EASY TO INSTALL, ADAPTS TO FORCED AIR HEATING SYSTEMS DESIGNED AND BUILT FOR A COLD CLIMATE COST EFF~,IENT--- MOST YaAON LeSS THAN RVE YEARS C l V Appliance Sales andService :" Belle #ourche: 892-3646 519 Fifth Avenue I I I III of Sheridan C~unty have recently been merged and will hereafter be conducted under one manage- ment. The deal involves ap- proximately seven million dollars, and is the higgest transaction of the kind in the history of the state. The announced object of the combine is to further the mutual interests of the operators and employees. BOWLING BAGGS LEAGUE Dec. 20, 1979 Won Lost Dime 43V~ 20V2 Champion 39 25 Energy 35 29 RC Oil Co. 34 30 Duffer's 31 33 Sundance State Bank 30 34 Longhorn 22 V~ 41//2 Petersen Lumber 21 43 HIGH TEAM SERIES Energy Petersen Lumber Dime HIGH TEAM Petersen Lumber Energy I)uffee'S HIGH IND. Betty Hackney Kathy Olson Donna Heeney HIGH IND. Betty Hackney ' Cheryl McLaughlin Kathy Olson Kathy Davis Laughing matter A class of discussing brothers and l One little girl said don't have any sisters. brothers and the turning into a boy, }DRILLING, t * ED SVOBODA t * R0leff Drilling ** * Water Well & Exploration The regular meeting of the Trustees of Crook County School trict vail be held on TUESDAY, UARY 15, 1980, instead of January 17, 1980. This meeting held at the Moorcroft school in croft, Wyoming. i. LADIES - GIRLS - BOYS - INFANTS Sundance the want Ph. 283.2082 SiJfl