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' ..... Regular Meeting is Held By Blacktail Hustlers Club Eleven members and one visit- or attended the fourth meeting of the Blacktail Httstlers 4-H Club held in the basement of the , Coach Carolyn Fiscus' Sun-Sylvia Brunson topped the Sun- Sundance - Sylvia Brunson 10, Hulett Baptist Church Jan. 9. aanco High School girls basket- dance scorers with 10 points with Renee Bailey 8, Andrea Lee 9, Pledges were led by Lori Mc- teams continued to roll a- Andrea Lee notching 9 pointsTina Sprague 5, Debbie Snyder 4 Rann and Jimmy Roberts. am~ unbeaten, stopping Moor-and Renee Bailey 8. Virginia Pet- 8 Moorcroft - Virginia Petersen ersen tallied 8 for Moorcroft. were given tickets to sell for the ~l~It .in. a pair of games Tues- During the meeting, members y mgl~t. In the junior varsity game, Sundance B 10 15 22 31 4-H beef raffle. Members also a.rter the Sundance junior var- Sundance turned in its best game Moorcroft B 0 6 8 9 discussed the 4-H art posters and sity had posted a 31-9 vi'cto~, of the season, streaking to a 104) Sundance - Sheila Nussbaum 6, each member is to bring a plan the varsity club registerea a so- lead after the first period and Cindy Joy 6, Debbie Morris 4, for a poster to the next club z~ vmtory, leaving the court at halftime Vicky Elwonger 3, Kathy O'Hav- meeting. The SHS varsity girls trailed with a 15-6 advantage, er 3, Tiana Scribner. 2, Jody A game was played and re- .after one period before jump- The statistics: Beagle 2, Cecelia Hamel 2, Leslie freshments were served by Kar- mg rote a commanding 18-10 lead Sundance Wagner 2, Jan err 1. en and Chad Griffis and Dan at halftime. Moorcreft ~ 181027 ~14 Moorcroft - Rhonda Collins 3. Brimmer. Next meeting of the club will be held at 3:30 p.m. Feb. 13 in the church basement. Friday marks the end of the first semester in the local schools Assistant Supt. Delbert No-Host Luncheon Planned By Crook County Cowbelles A no-host luncheon has been Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Ulrich, Sundance, have announced the i ! Harbaugh said Tuesday. planned for 12:30 p.m. Jan. 23 engagement of their daaghter~ Harbaugh said report cardsat Mateo Village by the Crook Jeanne, to John Rogers, son el will be issued to junior high and County Cowbelles. Mr. and Mrs. Edsel Rogers, Sun- senior high students Jan. 24. El- Mrs. Myrtle Proctor, Cowbelles dance. ementary children will re~:eive president, has urged each mere- A May wedding is planned by their report folders on Friday. ber to bring a guest to the meet- the couple. ,,.Cgach Earl Gray's Sundance155 - Steve Necklason (S) pin. ing. Mrs. Proctor will show Miss Ulrich graduated from ~lgh School wrestlers, rebound- Ayers 1:56. Sundance High School in 1972. mg after having their long dual 167 - Jerry Engelhaupt (S) pin. Seven Sundance High School slides during the meeting. ,meet winning streak snapped Kiljanger 1:25. students will compete Saturday Rogers is a 1969 graduate of last week, buried Shoshoni 69-0 185 - Kim Kokesh (S) pin. Wil- in a speech meeting at Douglas. Spearfish High School and Is at- Local students attending theSpoons and Spools Club tending Abllene Owistian CUl- and Midwest 42-15 in a double lert 1:30. meet will be Shannon Lee, Linda Holds Regular Meeting loge, Abilene, Texas. meet at Midwest Saturday. Hwt. - Dan Vanlitsenborgh (S) Barnes, Wands Hejde, Judy Car- All 13 members attended the The Bulldogs nailed down all pin. Blumenshine 1:44. son, Susan Wilson, Lori Riley, regular meeting of the Spoons Sundance Man Listed 12 nl.atches against Shoshoni, in- Snndance-Midwest cmding 11 pins, to fall short of a 98 - S. Hartl (S) dec. Ron Gas- Bill Hoyer and Chuck Shelton. , , . . and Spools 4-H Club held Jan. In College "Who's Who" Pe[f ec.~ score by only three points, ser 14-5. A full slate of junior high and 12 at the home of Jeanette Peter- A Sundance man, Barry Accor- son. Dixie Kipp led the flagdino, is listed among the 30 Black ~-gmnst Midwest, the Bulldogs 105 - Rathbun (S) pin. Officer senior high school athletic events pledge and Jackie Wyatt the Hills State CoHeRe students sel- grabbed an early lead and then 3:25. p.ulled away by winning five of 1.~2 - Dan Morse (M) pin. Gray ingare week.n the calendar for the corn- 4-H pit~lge, ected for the 1972-73 listing of the last six matches. Two new members, Trudy Dur- "Who's Who Among Students in The results: "119 - err (S) dec. Darling7-4. In junior high basket~ball ac- tion, Osage plays a single game fee and Trudy Speidel, were in- American University and Col- 98 Sundance. Shoshoni 126 - Cornelia (S) pin.Black- here at 7 p.m. Thursday. Sun- itiated during the meeting. The leges." ,~ - Steve Hartl (S) pin. Terry more 1:45. dance junior high basketballclub also planned to order some Students were nominated ear- nompson 5:10. 132 - Coggeshell (M) pin. J.teams will play at Hulett Tues- films on drugs, lier in the year by faculty meta- l05. Ken Rathbun (S) pin. Hartl 3:45. Next meeting of the club will bers on the basis of"campus in- -u ~nompson 5:43. 138 - Proctor (S) dec. Macy day at Upton Jan. 25. Game time is 6:15 p.m. be held Feb. 6 at the home of volvement and academic stand- _112- Bob Gray (S)" pin. Met, 4-3. mer 3:19. 145 - Livingston (S) pin. David The high school wrestlers are Trudy Durfee. ing." Morse 5:26. 12~19 I~lyed0rr 'pin. Ed Peil 2:20. on the road Friday night to 6-1." ~-.ornella (S)dec. Whitt 155 - Necklason (S) pin. Mc- andWrestlethenthereturnNewcastlehom0 forB aSqUadsat- ~" Kenna 5:49. 132. Joe Hartl (S) nin Thomas 167 - Engelhaupt (S) dec. urday night dual meet with Lin- 3:46. - - - ' gle. Both meets start at 6:30 p.m. David Gas~er 7-6. ,. 138 - Kelly Proctor (S) pin. 185 - Gunderman (M) dec. Kok- Two games are on tap for the boys basketball club. The Bull- aruce Peil 3:17. , . esh 8-7. dogs are in Moorcroft Saturday 145. Doug Livingston (S) pro. Hwt. - Vanlitsenborgh (S) pin. night and then play New Under- Laney 3:16. Pauli 1:34. wood here Tuesday night. Tip- i " off time in beth B games is set .... :~ for 6:15 p.m. Coach Dwight Jundt's Sundance while Smith had 18 for Clear- ~ ,~ * * * * Bulldogs, after experiencing a mont. lip I[t~ :~ [I ~ ~ Another event scheduled at the miserable weekend of basketball In B game action, Sundance I~ [~: | [~ [[ ~ ~ high school next week is the Girl action, turned the tables at Upton fell to Clearment 64-44 and Upton ~: ~ II ~- Scout chili supper Wednesday, Tuesday night, whipping the 54-34. No B game was played ........ ~ Jan 24 Sponsored by Sundancefavored Bobcat club, 5841, in a at Big Horn. BASKETBALL Hwt. - Bau (U) won by forfeit. Giri" ~out Tr,~,~ No 13 the Powder River conference clash Sundance trailed Clearmont a,__ At Moorcroft B match - Upton 6, Moorcroftchili super will"~e i~ld in the The victory had to help the 27-26 after a nip-and-tuck first ~va~?rcroft 14 27 48 60 0. school lunchroomstarting at Bulldogs' morale after losing half before a 25-point salvo in ,mawest 16 32 48 56 5:30 p.m. weekend games to the two tail- the third quarter sank the Bull- - mreroft - Halpain 18, Jes- end clubs in the conference,dog B team. ~, r~. 16, Nebelsick 10, Manke I[~,., 4P,,,--A,,, , At Big Horn Friday night, the A poor fourth luarter at Upton _ oomson 14 ' I['UU[[ ~U[[ll~l[~ Carlile Wranglers 4-H ers Bulldogs fell 72-52 and the follow- spelled disaster [or the B squad. ~ Midwest. Stalder 14, Coleman Meet at Taylor Home ing night at home, the blew a T~he Bulldeg r~erves trailed by "'l~ a~acy 15. M ,-. Thirteen members attended the lead and bowed to ~learmont small margins mr three periods ary r'ermo l 57 53 before U ton struck for 20 ints ~v,~,g~arne - Moorcroft 73, Mid- J~,, 1 monthly meeting of the Carl'le - , p . PO .... ~. ~ ....... Wranglers 4-H Club held at the At Upton, the Bulldogs tell be- in the final perioa. Hul,~ At Hulett Mr. and Mrs Carl Hansen and home of Guy Taylor Jan. 12. hind in the first period, trailing The statistics: ~.~tL 17244355 Jack were S~'day dinner guests Members answered roll call with 11-10, but they heated up in the Big Horn 16264272 ",~west14 23 23 47 of Mr and Mrs Lesley Simpsontheir New Year's resolution,second period, pouting in 24Sundance 7 19 34 52 ,,ntuett. Huseby 1 , King 9, K an d~n- and Mrs Bud Simnson Ruth Lytle led the pledges and points and salting away the de- Big Horn - Roller 10, Daly 20, s~aapp. 5, J. Knapv 5, /X Mc" and Mr" and Mrs" Bud Sim~x~on Mark Cranston led the members cision by halftime Marshall 1, Ross 5, Caiola 18, A rnis ~., W. McAmi~ 1, P. ~qacey and family Later that day F, lla, in a song. Allen Bailey hit 12 of his 24 Lohof 10, Miech 6, MacCarty 2. "~-,~.~man 6, Storie 10. Mary and'Sandy drove to Sun-The club leader, Mrs. Patty points in the second period to Sundance- Alexander 13, Baggs 18~v~a.w~t - Sowers 4, Coleman dance to visit J~an Peterson who Crawford, reported on 4-H Coun- pace the Sundance surge. Sun- 6, Bailey 15, Wilson 8, Gerhart D~o~t~ler 9, Macy 6, Clabo 8, is in the Crook County Memorial cil dues and the beef raffle and dance led 34-19 at the half.6, Denzin 4. ~o,,~ . . Hospital. At this writing Jean is told mem.bers, about the change . Scoring slowed, down. in the Clearmont 13 ~ 34 57 t~ e - Hmett 68, Miawestgetting along fine in recora DooKs an~l the district thira perioa as the l:lUllaogs au- ~unaance ~z za :o ~ --" The Lesley and Bud Simpsonand state 4-H leaders meeting, ded only eight points, all by Clayr Clearmont - Sanders 4, Roush T"-- _ At Hulett families were social callers of Mrs. Crawford reported that Alexander, who finished with 16 16, Smith 18, Schuman 16, Malli rover 34 45 58 Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Meisner the club's tour will be heldfor the night. 1, Michelena 2. ~"~ _ 10, 15 27 45and family Saturdav eveninR July 14. Sundance hit 27 times from the Sundance - Alexander 7, Baggs a:~n.gue River- Hille 8, Bene- Mr. and Mrs Jay May~erry ~riss Williams reported thatfloor, getting only four free 8, Bailey 23, Morris 2, Wilson ~_1.6, .Lofgren 10, Brunson 12, were callers in" Sun~lance-Tues- all the program books were throws. 4, Denzin 8, Gerhart 1. ti~nza~a~ew~ 3, Johnson 5, Pans- day. filled out, and Kristy Proctor, At Big Horn Friday night, the Sundance 10 34 42 58 -H-:f'_ Mr. and Mrs. Albert Perino Connie Williams, Dawn Ander-Bulldogs were ambushed in the Upton 11 19 25 41 2 ~m~" K. Knapp 14, J. Knappwere callers in Newcastle Mon- son and Lenora Zimmerschied first period, falling behind 16-7 Sundance - Gerhart 6, DenzJn ~e" ~-'10 ~acey 13, Neiman 6, Stor- day.. . . reported, on a cooking pro'ectj and trailing 26-19. at the. half.. Big 6, Alexander 16, Wilson 6, Bailey B - Eddie Meisner and Juhus Adammeeting held Dec 29. ttorn poured m 27 points m the 24. Rivefiame - Hulett 40, Tongue were social callers at the Lesley During the meeting Criss Wil- final quarter to win handily. Upton - Mathis 12, Shepperson " ~'___ and Bud Simpson homes.~ liams resigned as vice president Both clubs were guilty of 256, Hunt 9, Weaver 6, Stanton 2, AtW~STLING Mr. and Mr's. Jay Mayberry to become club reporter. Dawn fouls apiece with the Bulldogs McAulay 4, Thompson 2. t Moorcroft were callers in Newcastle Fri- Anderson is the ne~v vice presi- converting only six free throws. Clearmont B 13 27 52 64 ~,upton . 33 day. dent and Margrette Crawford is Bailey had 15 points and Alex- Sundance B 12 26 ~ 4.4 ~a~. ~ .a~oorcroft . 22 Ed Pzinski was a caller at the the club historian under 13 for Sundance. Big Clearmont - Rice 16, Miche~- ~'g. ~. nail (M) dec. Dillon 6-3. Jay Mayberry home Monday Club members "were also re- Horn's Duly topped all the scor- ena 4, Smith 15, Sickler 4, Schu- ~a sqmvel (U) dec. S. Hall evening, minded of the Farm Bureau ers with 20 points, man 6, Lathom 3, Crawford 14, 11~""H .... ..... Victo Purcelli, Jay Mayberry meeting where the club was to Returning home the followingDale 2. 1~: ",,area (U) dec. Lum~en 9-4. and Bob Perino were Saturdayfurnish the entertainment, night, the Build s were again Sundance - Connall 4, Schell- " ~a~eman (M)dec Lincoln, dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Followintr the meeting, a hamoered b f2~, committing dorf 4, Moline 14, ~prague 10, at " v . ~ ~. Y . . 132 .~'" -- . Albert Perino. Christmas gift exchange was held 27 while Clearmont was guilty of Moeller 4, Durfee 4, Beaudom 1, r-~senhauer (U) m Tschet a Saturda and a ift was n t Mrs 16 Sundance outscored Clear Kanode 3 ter3.01 P . - Bob P erino was y " prese ted o ~. . - 138. "D" Gra ......... evening dinner guest at the Jay Ge~e l~aylor for her job as lead- mont from the field 22-17. The Upton 12 18 34 54 '~.~ y tin) pro. ~:Utsler Mayberry home. er rest year. Two sets of slides, Clearmont club overcame a Bull- Sundance B 6 15 26 34 145:"~.~Grav ....... Mr. tul_d Mrs. Jay Mayberry,"Facts of Fire" and "ResIx~si- do~g lead with 10 consecutive Upton - Materi 14, Ash 2, Ken- 1~5: ~ll~ny t~, uec._hoc~e 9-0. Albert Perino and. dohn Sere- ble Citizenship on Wheels," were points in the third period and held nedy 11,. Petersen 8, Thompson 64 ,, ~ uec. numes sey were Sunday dinner gustsshown by Guy Taylor, Criss Wil- on for the victory. Ten free8, Mejstrik 2, Hampton 11. . i 167 . "Stron ........ at the Felix Perino home. d~n u a~ns an.d Ruth Lyric. throws in the final quarter help- Sundance - Connally 5, Melinv f~It ~ tu~ won vy tor. was an overnight guest at me_rtezr mments were served byed Clearmont retain its margin. 12, Sprague 3, Schelldorf 1, El- " Pertno home. Mrs. Ge~e Taylor. Bailey's 23 points led Sundance lingsford 11, Bridges 2,