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January 23 Girls Basketball Game, Upton, there, 5: 30. January 26 National School Assembly Pro- gram, 12:30. Wrestling Match with Sundance at Hulett Basketball Game with Sun- dance at Sundance. January 27 Basketball Game at Big Horn The Rev. Arnold LaRue, (left) pastor of the Sundance Wes- leyan Church, is shown presenting Harry Garman, the church's Christian Education superintendent, with a certificate welcoming the church Sunday School into the Half Million Club. The presentation was made on behalf of the Rev. O. D. Emery, general secretary of the Wesleyan Sunday Schools world- wide. To receive the award, the Wesleyan Church Sunday School had to have at least a 25 percent increase in enrollment for the preceding year. The Sundance Wesleyan Sunday School has increased to 117 after having an enrollment of 20 only 21/2 years ago. Average attendance during the last conference year was 70. The church pastor said much of the honor goes to the Sun- day School superintendent and the Sunday School staff. Photo by Curt Moberg Shamrock Ladies Club Holds Officer Election New officers were elected Jan. 9 when the Shamrock Ladies Club met at Sunny Divide Hall with Opal Oudin as hostess. Velma Eaton was elected pres- ident of the club for the coming year. Other officers are Fern Grubb, vice president; Gertrude Lytle, secretary - treasurer; and ()pal Oudin, assistant secretary. Members answered roll call with "What I Enjoy Most About Our Club." During the meeting, the members planning part of the year's program. The chaiman of the coupon committee gave a report and more information will be obtained. A letter of thanks and appreci- ation from the Wyoming State Training School for the four box- es of used clothing sent by the club was read by secretary Cora Smith. Another thank you note was read from a club member who had been hospitalized and who received a plant from club members. Fern Grubb gave a talk on pat- terns and plans to give a demon- stration at the next meeting. Gertrude Lytle will be hostess for the meeting Feb. 13 at the community hall. A Valentine ex- change will be held. The club said that visitors are invited to attend the meetings. in the opening ceremony to re- duce or eliminate some of the p and pageantry carried over past years. Our ceremony by Nels Smith ticularly like to encourage visits State Representative by youth groups. To my know- 4-Leaf Clover 4-H Club Crook County ledge the only one coming so far Holds January Meeting Session Opened is the FHA Chapter from Sun- ' Eight members attended the dance. If you wish to bring a January meeting of the 4-Leaf The legislative session opened group to the Capitol, I will be Clover 4-H Club with Kristy Mc- at noon Tuesday, January 9. The happy to arrange tours if you Kenney leading the flag pledge session was opened as customary will notify me a week or so in and Karen Stagemeyer the 4-H by Secretary of State Thyra advance. Reservations are not pledge. Thompson. I made some changes necessary and you are welcome During the meeting, members was still impressive but seemed to go more smoothly and took less time. Majority Leader My biggest thrill so far this session actually came before the opening of the session when I was elected majority leader at our party caucus. I was certain- ly quite pleased and proud that the Crook County Representative wouldbe confirmed for this po- sition. I feel it ~ll definitely enable me to work more effect- ively for the benefit of our coun- vernor's Address The Governor's address was the principle item of business Wednesday..His message was well thought out and put forth in very positive terms. While I do not agree with every single item contained in the message I must say I consider Wyoming most fortunate to have a chief executive of the caliber of Stan Hathaway. The message contain- ed some references to a situation in which I am quite disappointed. That situation is of the state be- ing forced into areas of govern- mental operation by the choice of do it yourself in the states or the Federal government is going to do it for you. This is a very bitter choice indeed because the choice must be made in favor of establishing and funding a state department, at least that is the way I must make the choice, believing as I do that the best government is as close to home as possible. This unfor- tunately involves the expenditure of some substantial amounts of state money. I would I/kv to encourage any a/ you who are so inclined to the Capitol while the Legis- lature is in se ian. I would par- at any time. Distribution of Bills Copies of all bills are being sent to county and city clerks, county attorney, both newspap- ers and the county and branch libraries. In addition, I have asked that full copies of the bills be sent to Alva Store, Colony Truck Stop, Sand Creek Trading Post and the Aladdin Store. This should make copies of the bills available generally throughout the county. I realize some of you will still not have immediate access to these bills but if any- one is interested in a copy or copies of a particular bill I ,will be happy to send them. If you are concerned about any matter, please feel free to contact me. I can be reached at either the }louse of Represent- atives, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001 or the Hitching Post }nn, Room 352, Cheyenne. discussed a reporter to attend most of the meetings, money for the state 4-H convention and sel- ling tickets on half a beef,. Year- books were also passed out at the meeting. Snowmobile Group Sponsors Playday at Warren Peak With the temperature a balmy 44 degrees Sunday, the Bear Lodge Snowmobile Association sponsored a successful play day at Warren Peak. Attending were snowmobile riders from Hulett, Farrall, Moorcroft, Gillette and Sundance. Snowmobiles dotted the land- scape and children enjoyed slid- ing down the old ski slope. The club furnished the lunch for the event with 200 hotdogs consumed along with other food. SUNDANCE TIMES Continuing The Crook County News (An Independent Newspaper) Second Class Postage Paid at Sundance, Wyoming 82729 Member National Newspaper Association The Sundance Times is a legal newspaper for all publications Published Every Thursday by The Times Publishing Co. John E. Lindsey, Publisher Charlotte L. Lindsey, Circulation Manager Howard Allen, News Editor and Advertising Manager Curt Moberg, Mechanical Supt. and Photographer SUBSCRIPTION RATES To P. O. Address in Wyoming and Butte, Lawrence and Carter Counties, $5.00 per year. To P.. O. Address Outside Wyoming, $5.50 per year. Minimum Subscription, 6 months ......................... $3.50 Note.. If changing Address, PLEASE INCLUDE FORMER ADDRESS Also give ZIP CODE, Box or Street Address. POSTA L REGULATIONS require that subscriptions be paid in lvence. 111E SUNDAN( 11MF q Episcol i amrchwomea / I Appoint Committee Heads ~ :u ACr:VE r~.R~CE ~,* / I Mrs. Ma,rvin Jone% newly el- acted president of the Episcopal Church Women of the Church of the Good Shepherd named corn- mittee chairmen during thereg- - ular ECW meeting held in the parish hall January 11. Those to head committees for 1973 are: Mrs. Paul Sharp, flow- er calendar; Mrs. Lee Schloredt, dinners; Mrs. Edith Thompson, "cheer"; Mrs. Harold Bernd, altar. Devotions were read by Mrs. Charles Wilson and hostess dut- ies were performed by Mrs. Jones. The regular discussion session on the book "The Taste Of New Wine" by Keith Miller, followed. Fee lafetw~k~ e~ll~t Ibe ~ YA o(Ik'e Irh4~k ye~ ~ b~lO a" wdle: Y,I Adm~Cn,,J~n, ~ ~X. g I 0 Vmn~l A~. h'M, I'/~dqlmh D,C. ~2o Care Guest Checks at The Times I am quitting farming so will sell the following listed personal property at Auction where I live 3 miles east of Nisland on Highway 212. SALE TIME -- I0 A. M. MONDAY, JANUARY 29, 1973 Lunch served - LWML Ladies Aid MACHINERY 1965 Farmall 560 Diesel Tractor. has been overhauled and is in god condition - 1956 Farmall 300-good rubber-in good mechanical condition - Farmall "C" Tractor- 1959 Chev. Viking Truck - 13'6" Combination box-2 years old- 6 cyl, 37,700 actual miles -- John Deere Model 1250 Corn Planter, with fertilizer attachment, New in 72, planted 90 Acres, -- 9 ft. Eversman Land Leveler (New Type) -- J.D. 10 ft. Tandem Wheel Disc -- Field Sprayer with hand gun on trailer -- 1968 Twine tie New Holland Baler with good engine -- 10ft. IHC Grain Drill with grass attachment, on rubber -- New Massey Ferguson 6' 3 pt. hitch blade - 12 ft. Owatonna Swather - New Holland Side delivery rake - 4 ft. field packer - Duck- foot Cultivator -- Eversman "V' Ditcher -- IHC 7' Belt drive mower -- two electric wagons with hoists - John Deere Man. ure Spreader on rubber -- Hayrack and wagon -- 3 section Harrow with folding steel draw bar, almost new -- another 3 section Harrow -- 5 section Helroe Harrow -- 4 Row J. D. Corn Cultivator, (used very little), - 6 ft. Case Combine with Wisconsin Engine -- IHC two row corn cultivator -- IHC 6 row beet cultivator -- 2 bottom 14" tumble plow with 2 sets sharpened lays -- 4 section Rotary Hoe -- Fertilizer spreader -- Hammermill -- Beet harvester-Cart -- trucks etc - 3.bottom 16" Spinner plow with quicktach Hitch -- IHC 2 row corn picker with all new chains - Farmhand with hay basket, manure fork, corn scoop -- 24' corn and grain elevator -- two wheel trailer - potato planter -- 600 gal. water hauling tank -- 2 - 300 gal. g~s tanks with steel stands - Quick tach adapter for 3 pt. hitch -- Single wheel front end for "M", "H" or 300 IHC -- wide front end for M-H or 300 Farmall -- Wheel Weights. ', MOVEABLE BUILDINGS AND FARM EQUIPMENT 12x14 metal bldg on skids- 3 wood sided bldgs. - Metal top for truck used as Lamb shelter 7'x22' -- Comfort cover for IHC 300 and 560 - Electric Portapump -- Hydraulic Cylinder - Portable Air Compressor -- two way cylinders -- Acetelyne welder - 20 ft. grain auger with electric motor -- International No. 2 Cream Separator -- 275 gal. fuel oil tank -- V2" Electric drill -- tap and Die set -- Anvil -- Vise -- saws -- hammers -- shovels -barrels of Mobile oil -5 gal. Hydraulic oil - 20' endless belt - tarp - 75-1in. irrigation tubes - post driver - wire stretcher - ladder - woven wire - steel posts - 30-14ft. panels - cattle feed bunk - cattle watering tank - 2 shep tanks - 50 Jockey panels. CORN Approximately 40 Ton --f or the Grib FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS Tappan Renaissance Gas Range with double oven, burner with brain, Avacodo color, 1 yr. old -- Coronado Electric Range -- Maytag Conventional washer - drop leaf table -- gas iron - gas lantern - twin bed -- 3/4 bed, - dresser with mirror - dishes - Frigidaire Refrigerator -- Rollaway bed -- crocks -- jars -- blonde diningroom table and buffet with 5 chairs - llke new - Seigler oil burning heat stove with fan - Electric sewing maching - Lexington upright piano in good condition - mangle iron, kitchen cupboards. TERMS: CASH JAKE GREENWALDT, OWNER Nisland, South Dakota AUCTIONEERS Haley Trl State Auction Service Ha ley, Larson, Tysdal CLERKS -- Mae Moravec -- Nat Sowers !: C] & si tt 2~ 9- al q H in h ad IE el th T zl 6- 3: B~ L M M 2, 12 '1 W~ H1 M 18 Di Tc Ht dit Bt tie ] .2, le ] Ri 10, 13~ tat 14S 167