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PACJ~ 16 THE 8UNDANCZ TI~ JANUARY 18, 1979 Jennifer Adams, left, and Jim McKenney are shown with flmir "I Dare You" a@ards from the Ralston Purina Company. These 4-H awards were presented to the boy and glrl showing high leadership qualities. Driving course readied A defensive driving course will be given by the Wyoming High- way Patrol on Jan. 27. The all-day session is scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. and will be held in the community room of the court- house. Cost for the public will be $10 per person; for government em- ployees, $7 per persen; and for those 65 years of age or older, $5 per person. Those interested in taking the course must sign up before Jan. 21 at the high school offices in either Sundance or Moorcroft or at the Crook County Sheriffs Office. Hulett FFA. to sponsor rabies clinic . The Devil's Tower FFA Chap- tar will sponsor a rabies clinic in Hulett Jan. 20. The clinic will be held at,.4he civic conter from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will be conducted by I)r. Thurston from Belle Fourche, S.D., assisted by FFA members. Dr. Thurston reminds owners that animals vaccinated for rabies in 1976 are due to be vaccinated sgain this year. Calendar of Events Thursday, Jan. 18 Crook County School Trustees Meeting, 1:30 p.m., MoorcroR. SHS Basketball at Upton. mittee, 7:30 p.m., Tri-Co. Electric Hespmdity m~m. l~d~, Jan. 19 SHS Be~otb~ vs. M~, 5:45 and 7:30 p.m., SHS Gym. Open AA Meeting, 8 p.m., Community Room, Courthouse. Saturday, Jan. 20 . Crook County Farm Bureau Board Meeting, 2 p.m., Farm Bureau Office. / Mo~lay, Jan. 22 Children's Story Hour, 3:15 p.m., Crook County Library. Tuesday, Jan. 23 Crook County Cow-Belles, 12:30 p.m., Aro Restaurant. Wedmmday, Jan. 24 Crook County Library open from 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 27 Defensive Driving Course, 8 a.m., Community Room, Court- house. Fishing is just a jerk at one end of the line watin_g for a jerk at the other end. Commercial club hears Sales tax, comp reports A hefty attendance of 31 per- sons turned out Friday night for the Sundance Commercial Club's first meeting under new president Dick Dudee. "~ Featured speakers at the ses- sion were Richard Hubbard, Gil- lette, of the Wyoming Sales Tax Division, and George Shook, Newcastle, Workmen's Compen- sation. During the meeting, Durfee appointed a budget committee to come up with a budget for 1979/ In addition to himself, he ap- pointed Ernest Thompson, Gay- lord Lenz, Jim Viergets, and Harold Bernd. Attending the meeting was new Sundance police chief Joe Pop- ham. He told the club he wants to get ackluainted and he said he and members of the department will meet later with businessmen. Hubbard covered the Wyoming sales tax and said Crook and Niobrara counties have the fewest people in the state and get the least sales tax money. He said there are bills in the state legislature affecting the sales tax. Wyoming taxes, Hub- bard said, are really nothing compared to other states. Hubbard also covered the use tax and briefly covered some of the sales tax forms. Shook discussed workmen's compensation and said the pro- gram is "beneficial for both ~vorkers and employers.'~ He dis- c~ the method of setting up an account and warned club members to watch out for claims. "Not all employees and em- ployers are Sunday school boys," he warned. Hulett Booster dub meets Hulett~" Athletic Booster Club met Dec. 16 with Harley Rathbun, president, presid- ing. Gaff Proctor, chairperson of the cake raffle, reported that $73 had been received from this money-making project. Ellen Griffis, Hulett school trustee, told club members that the Crook County School Board had extended compli- ments to the club for pro- viding refreshments to ath- letic teams, coaches, cheer- leaders and officials follow- in_g sports events at Hulett. Approval was given to buy paper plates for serving food following the games. Pro-life phage The third annual Pro-Life Pilgrimage to the Wyoming State Capitol Building in Cheyenne will be held Jan. 22 and will again signify support of pro-life legislation as well as opposition to tax funding of abortion and other anti-life measures. Scheduled speakers in- clude Senator Steve Majha- novich, Sweetwater County; Professor John Richards, University of Wyoming; and Jody Ricks, president of Wy- oming Eagle Forum. Persons interested in par- ticipating in the pilgrimage are asked to meet at Hart- man Hall at 12:,30 p.m. the day of the event. Those interested but who will not be able to participate, are asked to write the state legislators. 642-4212 Speadish: HELD OVER. 2ND WEEK Sbows:7&9 UP IN SMOKE Cine Theatre 1400, 1500, TRr=70 Combines 1890, 1895 Forage Harvesters 1068, 1069, 1075 Bale Wagons The size of check you receive depends on month you buy. JAN. FEB. .. $1,500 .. $1,200 $1,000 .. $ 800 1425 SP Baler 1100, 1112 Windrowers 1495 Mower-Conditioner $ 800 .. $. 700 500Baler $ 500 $ 400 1034, 1063 Bale Wagons 782,892 Forage Harvesters .. $ 400 . $ 300 425, 430 Balers 1002, 1036, 1037 Bale Wagons .. $ 300 . $ 200 Combine Corn Heads 495 Mower-Conditioner All Round Balers -. .. $ 200 . $ 150 1052 Stack Retriever 707,718 Forage Harvesters 478, 488, 489 Mower-Conditioners " .. $ 150 .. $ 100 310, 315, 320 Balers 34, 38 Crop-Choppers 8 Crop Carrier .. $ 120 . $ 90" 442, 462 Disc Mowers All Rakes All Forage Blowers .. $ 50 .. $ 40 All Sicklebar Mowers 70 Bale Thrower Illoto8 Program includes new products as listed above plus new d2scontmued models of these products. Sperry New Holland reserves the right to cancel Winter Buyer's Option or any part thereof at any t,me. However. any transactions Mat have been made before the cancetlalion date will'still earn a dividend. / TRACY MOTOR COMPANY East 1-90 Interchange Sundance Ph. 283-1355 Y=,,,.,.Jz. SI"=E F V - F EW Here'S the big choice of equipment included in the program. W'mter Buyer's Option: Cash bonus or Free Finance!