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t Serortty C apter Members Bicentennial Group I Ten members of Xi Theta chap- A meeting of Crook County . ter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority Bicentennial Committee will be , DepuW Game Warden Frank C ntlmJd from Pir P le were in Belle Fourche Jan. 10 hold in Sundance Jan. 24 with in- and attended the Tri-State Con- terested persons invited to at- reportsBaggs saidfromWednesdaYmanythathuntinggUide it could mal e a directory of re- cert series. The performancetend. The meeting will be held letter []uides in Crook coUnty are over- sourceNamedpeopleto a committeein the community.to work Trio.featured The Manfredo Fest in. _the county museum starting explamm :"; ......... the changesJ .... m" - record" one. He said $ui'des should send the on the directory were Delbert p.m. _ .. books club leader Judy Bren- Harbaugh, Helen Hubbard and Next meeting of the chapter t=omnmtee member, ary ,le suggested the club go roller will be held Jan. 22 at the home Garmar[, said .persons who have kating in Spearfish later in the reports to him at once. He said Stun Cliver with Waiter Quillian of Marylou Tschetter. guides will have their guide lic- assisting, proposals to subrmt or qu tions year. Tickets for a quarter of enses suspended if they fail to to ask are urged to attend.Deer were passed out to all mem- file their reports. Ed Mignery, chairman of the Sundance High School Other members of the commit- bet-s. Sundance Education Association, Student Council Minutes presented the PTA with a $,50 tee are Richard Hubbard and Giving demonstrations were Linda, Other Girls from the association January 16, 1973 Nora Reimer:,.Sundance; Gayle Beth Alexander, "Forei ,,,Foods," A money-making rag drive is Bonnie Kipp called the regular weaver, maamn; e laen A, tovm- and Craig Alexander, How to Appearance inSCheduled during thethe last weekMrs, meeting to order with Mr. Wyatt son, Moorcroft; Gerald Storie, Judge A Heifer." Giving talks U.I,a Hulett; and Homer Robinson,were Daviett Viergutz, "Electri- aeu~n~ February by PTA, and eighteen members present. Devils Tower. cal Hazards in the Home," and Jim Clark told members A treasury balance of $111.37 ..... Deborah Viergutz, "Fails Aren t At Stock Prior to the meeting, fourthwas reported. The minutes of rs. t, am narp ]Pllnnv" grade students of Mrs. Mae Oudin the last meeting were read and Hosts B & T Club ...... Songleader Dee Lynn Bunney Linda Simons, Beulah, Miss and Miss Jayne Murphy present- approved. Two tables of cards were in led the song, "Happy Birthday," Rodeo Wyoming, spent severaled a round dance program. It was agreed that Sundance play at the meeting of the B & T to Kevin Moline. full days last week at the Denver Two Sundance High School High School will participate in bridge club held in the home of Stock Show. wrestlers, Kelly Proctor and Bob Buffalo High School's student ex- guest hostess Mrs. Paul Sharp SBA Loan Officer Will From Jan. 8-12, Linda hostedGray, presented a demonstration change program, March 5-9. AJanuary 10. Other guest players Visit Here on Jan. 24 Miss Rodeo America, Pamela on wrestling holds under the dir- letter will be sent to gain more were Mrs. Mamie McAnally, Marten of Las Vegas in the In- ection of wrestling coach Earl information. Mrs. R. M. Bernd and Mrs. John Eugene C. Reynick, Small ternationai Rodeo ManagementGray. Two sockhops were approved Binney. Business Administration loan of. booth at the Brown Palace. Next meeting of the PTA willby the Council and will be sent High scorer was Mrs. Sharp; ricer, will be in Sundance Jan. The girls returned to Cheyenne be held Feb. 13. The programto the office for further approval, second high, Mrs. Binney; and 24. He will be available to dis- Jan. 12 and rode the Cheyenne will feature a video tape on the The dates planned are Tuesday, low, Mrs. McAnally. cuss SBA's financial assistance Chamber of Commerce-sponsored activities and curriculmn in the January 23 and Friday, January steam-powered train to Denver Hostess for the next club meet- and management assistance pro- Saturday. . second and third grades with a 26. ing January 24 will be Mrs. Tom grams witl owners and_ ol)e..rators Joining Linda and Miss Marten presentation by some of the Another discussion was held Soeley. of small businesses and wire per- as co-hostesses on the train were students, concerning unexcused absences, sons interested in starting small Pare Hill, Miss Wyoming; Mary Instead of deciding on deserving January Meeting is Held businesses. Boice, Cheyenne Frontier Days THE SUNDANCE TIMES punishment, the Council tried to By Bear Lodge Wranglers Persons who vish to meet with Queen; and Ann Murray, Fron- find ways to encourage student Demonstrations and talks feat- Reynick should notify Richard tier Days lady-in-waiting. Snndance, Wyo Jan. 18, 1973 attendance, ured the January meeting of the I)uffee, Sundance State Bank. They were announced at the Meeting adjourned. Bear Lodge Wranglers 4-H Club. rodeo and attended the stock--Oassifled Ads Gets R mlts-- Debbie Lamb Mark Bunney led the flag pledge Bank officials will have Reynlck show. Student Council Secretary and Craig Alexander led the 4-H c. ntact interested partise. edL g n t ess Murray travel- train inviting to attend the tate Frontier Days. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simons, tsof Linda also rode the h-a - and attended the stock show. CARD OF THANKS I wish to flds opportunity to thank Dr. Brown and the hos- tal staff for the excellent care received while I was a patient at Crook County Memorial Hos- pital. Also many thanks to ev- eryone for the cards, letters, flowers, gifts, telephone calls and those who visited me while I was in the hospital and after I got home. It was greatly appreciat- ed. Hilton Clark Rdmrt Slutrp Is Named On luUtute's Directors sRberttudmts Sharp is one of seven at the Wyoming Tech- nical Ingtitute, to be named on the director s list for the first half o[ the school year. He ts the sen of Mr. and Mrs. Paul sha , Sundan . To be eligible for the director's list, a student must have earned a 3.50 grade average or better. Thursday, Jan. 18 Crook County School District No. 1 board meeting, 1:30 p.m., Moorcroft. Junior high basketball, Osage at Sundance, 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 19 Wrestling - Sundance at New- castle B, 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 20 Wrestling - Lingle at Sundance, 6:30 p.m. Boys' basketball - Sundance at Moorcroft, 6:15 p.m., Tuesday, Jail. 23 Crook County Cowbelles, 12:30 p.m., Mateo Village. Boys' basketball - New Under- wood at Sandanoe, 6:15 p.m. Junior high basketball- Sun- dance at Hulett, 6:15 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 24 Crook County Bicentennial Committee, 8 p.m., museum, Sun- dance. Sundance Girl Scout Troop 13 chili supper, 5:30 p.m., school lunchroom. Monday, Feb. $ Sundance City Council, 8 p.m. city hall. Friday, Feb. 9 Sundance Commercial Club, 6:30 p.m., Aro Care. m mm m / Big -- rugged - high capacity - the Beercat is engineered from the ground to make high hay mixes for wintering your cattle or sheep. This Bearcat features a new design, double cone-shaped mixing tank, extra large two4tage hydraulic unloading augers and a large intake auger. Oversize blower pipes on the big 24" hammer mill, smooth-flow dust collector, large 24" hay shredder head, big 8" wide blower. Blower can be used for blowing ground hay into bam or other container. Equipped with hydraulic-powered bale feeder. 8-ft. feeder extensions are available. ph. 283-1355 Our 36th Year of Service Sundance