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January 18, 1973

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r$ t- LO d e o e Jodi Rue Schweitzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schweitzer, Gillette, was the first 1973 baby to be born at Crook County Memorial Hos- pital. He is shown above with his mother. The year's first baby weighed only 3 Ibs. 111/2 ozs. and was born at 2 p.m. Jan. 6. He was named the winner of the local First Baby of the Year contest. Rodger Mathis, president of sented the club's financial report the Sundance Commercial Club for the year, noting that the club during 1972, was re-elected to had $2,162.50 in receipts and the post for another year at the $1,411.44 in disbursements. He regular monthly meeting of the club Friday night. He owns the Apache Motel in Sundance. Club members also re-elected Richard Hubbard as vice presi- dent. Hubbard is the Sundance High School vocational agricul- ture teacher and also owns Arrowhead Motel. Harold Bernd, longtime secretary-treasurer for the club, wil continue in that said the club had a balance of $1,389.99 on Jan. 1. The financial figures for tlm club for 1972: Receipts -Dues - $1,705; Conl- munity Day contributions - $215; annual banquet ticket sales $237; and postage refund from an inquirer - $5.50. Disbursements: toll calls $35.49; guest meals - $25.T$; spot. printing and advertising - $241.21; During the short meeting, Christmas candy for program - Mathis named George Letellier $131.44; Christmas light bulb re- and G. W. (Buster) Popham to placement - $1.65; postage - the budget committee. They will $88.65; CommuniW Day - $355.43; serve on the committee along annual banquet- $220.52; secr~_ with the club officers to develop tary~ salary - $300; and miscel- a budget for the coming year. laneons - $11.30. Mrs. Mathis volunteered dur- to Posts On RC&D Group ing the meeting to serve on a committee to welcome new peo- ple to Sundance. In other appointments, R. M. Bernd was again selected to head the area development grp~ and Mrs. Shirley Hamel will dir- ect the club's 1973 Christmas party. Two Crook county men were Mathis told club members henamed to positions Tuesday whm would like to see the Washingt~ the Black Hills Area RC&D steer- Offici*l Newsp*per for Crook County, Park project get in high gear ink cmnmittee was reorganized. ONTINUING THE CROOK COUNTY NEWS City of Sundance and U. S. Land Offhm again since the money has been .oop Waters, Moercroft, WU SUNDANC4B, WYOMING II' rl9 ~ appropriated, named first vice president of the The club agreed to write a committee while Joe Graham, al- IN THE BLACK ~ I~gTEEN CENTS THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1973 letter to the county recreation so of Moorcreft, was selected to committee asking for further ac- _ OF WYOMING , , PER COPY Seventy.fifth Year, No. 3 tion on the project, the executive committee. In other business, the RC&D .... ' Members discussed C~tristmas went on record favoring L [A . B k " decoratins fr the city and Paul statement f the REAP prgrmn" Annual Meeting said possibly the club REA loans and FHA amergmcy could cooperate with the city loans to farmers. The commit- oca re i 8s s Set by Wool Pool again in adding new Christmas tee said it felt these programs i . . street decorations: were vital, in the development C--_. ---- u kl_ _ J_ L _ . ~llo Fonrche will be the scene Popham said the city has al- and conservation of'the resonrc~ I I l rl I1 I[1 S_atur.day of. the ann ua! m%e " ready considered including the p g dl: ~ of the r~ation's t_~ncer wo~anddecratinShe said heinwouldits newlike tobmtgethave of this area. Crook - . , . _ . . Pool. The meeting will be held a club representative work with Driver Uninjured from cotmt s weamer, went with me temperature zooming at the Vets Club with a social t.l;wmr to spring: r)ot m the over the SO degree mark. hour starting at 5:30 p.m. andthe citYtype counCflof decorations.n the number eye m oe sure trot The extremely cold weather A lamb dinner will be servedSecretary Harold Bernd pre- W EH1, Pickup Rolls ox ross mall a w~m[ nlode~t~d last Fnda and me After sub. " " y from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. by the zero readings for c~.mbination .of a w,arm sun and Alzada Community Club with a A Hulett raan was uniajm~l_ ainl . ve:_days, . .cLu(Sng c[2um.". sines wlpea out most slide presentation on wool proc- District I Board me w a- oe me .sa0. w cover., r.aere was essing being held from 7:30 to Wyoming 24 about IS miles ther tla-aed m eag'bal side no preapitation mmng the weez. 8 p.m. 1'1....I.. of Hulett and partially rolled. _ s.---'- . _ .. Meets,,,,u, .uv stare Highway Patrolman Wright HB chgrevl . uHt CII1 meeting will open at 8 m with e.e I$ eata Max Min Prec ..... " . Regular meeting of the Crook 72, who was alon Wst- j. . "~ ".,., ~ a mscnsmon scneumea on m- 'i._... ,-.._ J_ s n" i0 .............. creasing the pool's board of di-boardCtmtYwillSchIbe heldDiStriCtln MoorcroftN" One HisbUndpickupat thewastimegoingof thethrou _ accldent. -'-,=o/ux runus j. " ,, .................... ,, rectors from five to seven mem- Thursday. ...................... :~,, -, u hers right curve when it V~ee~v ~t~ Sales Jan 12 37 17 0 " tax funds, based an tax a e ,~ ........ " Ja " 13 ......................... 42 0 Directors whose terms re x- Board members will meet atthe left side of highway an ~' ~ouected on Nov~ to- . " -- " ......................... -irin~ a':s --ear are Frank Ar the Moorcroft school starting at rolled half a turn. Major damage Jan l~ 48 30 0 u. y - was caused to the pickup. Wv:, have..been distritm3ed to Jan" 1S .......................... n uck e, Alzada, Mont., and1:30 p.m. yommg crees, towns aria corn ..... S D ties b .... " ...................... John Niemi, Buffalo, .. . Jw enue Y' me Department of Rev- Nuckolls, Hulett, ~s a director of A 2Vvtable Howell movement played Tuesday night dur- ing the meeting of the Sundance Duplicate Bridge Club. Results were: 1. Clara Harv- ey and Edna Binney; and 2. Ira Sherrard and Harold Bernd and Marlene Popham and Edith Thompsc.. the wool pool. All sheepmen are invited to attend the meetign but only members of the wool pool are el- igible to vote at the meeting. A dance will be held following the business meeting. ionnalre The central office of Crook mittee members from each area County School District No. One in the county will collect the said Tuesday that the county's forms with tabulation of the ro- school~ will start next Monday suits starting after most of the with distribution of, question- forms have ~)een returned. naires for the schools' ' Needs As- The survey is required by .the sessment Survey." State Department of Educatl~t Que ;tionnaires will be mailed for revised evaluation and ac- to parents students in kindergar- creditation procedures whi will Sale of 1972 license plates in ten through the sixth grade, high go into e fect in the state during Crook county exceeded sales in ' school graduates for the last two ~e 1973-74 school year. 1971 with one exception, County years, college students, tease It is a method of deW.rmini~ Treasurer Karen Glover said this ers and other patrons " whether or not the schools are week. school district, meeting tim needs of the sin- Mrs. Glover said 1968 automo- The district said that students dents as viewed by each group From the distribution, Sua- dance received $831.51; Moor- croft, $772.24; Hulett, $250.27; and Crook cotmW, $1716.21. Other figures for this area of Wyoming were: Campbell coun- ty, $10,525.50; Gillette, $13,137.- 94; Weston county, $1841.75; Newcastle, $3348.74; and Upton, X .02. bile license plates were sold last who are currently enrolled in completing the qnostionn ..re.. year, a decline from the 1988 car grades 6-12 will be asked toThe distriCt said that touowmg plates sold in 1971. However, complete the questionnaire at tabulation of the results, it is he~r.V_ariety of business was so studied elementary schoolsale plates in all other categor- school while one questiovmaire expected that goals, .objectives . d Jan. I0 during the reg-building plans which the arch- ies was up over the preceding per family will be sent home for and priorities will be devetoptm one parent to complete. Que~ for each school as well as for meeting of the Sundance itects had drawn up a couple of year. Mr.rs. Roberts, countyyears ago. That building lea- Here are the figures for lic- tionnaires will be mailed to the the entire district. tured a central resource area, ense plate sales (1972 figures other groups. Committee members develop- -,-,,,,,,,, v~zru member, discussed a feature of most new schools listed first): On Monday, Sundance students ing the questionnaire for Crook Prestige -21, 19; car- 1968, 1988; truck- 1934, 1901; trailers 487, 464; housetrallers - 435, 434; motorcycles. 148, 132; snowmob- iles - 245, 166. In addition, 158 camper de- cals were issued in 1972 compar- ed to 132 for the preceding year. in grades 6-12 and teachers will county were Dan Harnmon.d~tB~h- fill out the questiommire. Fol- nard DeLancey and Neit---..tins., lowingthis, forms will be sent to Hul t; Phillip Habeck, Earl Nee- each home to be filled out and elsick, Bill Se.mlek and Ethel returned by parents. Gossman, Moorcroft; and Max- ine Ripley, Jerry Fisctm, Rich- Envelopes will be provided for ard Macy and Bill Conley, Sun- returning questionnawes and all replies will be confidential. Corn-dance__ with the PTA a .meeting the now. school board held rest week to A of PTA members was discuss the new Sundance ele-~ to go to Gillette Wed- menm. building, nes a. to visit new school build- ~hltects, teachers and inter- lngS mere. .' people all met with the Dee Holm, Sundance third .. rdto discuss the new building, grade teacher, asked the PTA if ~rs. Roberts said the board al- (C~tmmd On Lit# P~ge, ~ I)