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Y Major a,nd Mrs..Alexander Anthony, Sundance Air Force Station, are the parents of the first baby of 1969 born at Crook County Memorial Hospital. The baby girl greeted the new year Friday. The Anthonys thus become the winners of the multitude of gift items offered by Sundance busi- nessmen annually to the first baby of the year. Above, Mrs. Kathleen Anthony considers her new daughter, a 7 lb. 3 oz. girl named Megan Kathleen. As delighted with the new girl as anyone are two of the Anthony's other children - Seen, 5, and Heather, 3, who keeps pro- tective hand on her sister just in case. The Anthonys also have an- other daughter, Claire 6. Maj. Anthony is commanding officer at the station where he has been stationed for two years. CONTINUING THE CROOK COUNTY NEWS SUNDANCE, WYOMING 82729 ~bNHITETAIL DEER CAPITAL TEN CENTS qOF THE WORLD PER COPY Official Newspaper for Crook County, City of Sundance and U. S. Lend Office Seventy-first Year Number 4 THURSDAY, JAN. 23, 1969 Itl Crook counly's ~armers and ranchers are e~pected to benefit from three meetings which have been scheduled for them next month, County Agent Warren Fer- tell said this week. CFerrell said the public is in- Y Seen any Gligs, Fubbyloofers, $norps or Trugs lately? 'How about Gruffles, Quarks end ,Mokes? Not even a Florgiedorfle or a Bleep? wIf. you ,haven't, Supt. Gerald olfe said Tuesday you'll be able to make their acquaintance at the next ~arent's Night scheduled for WIOnday. ~Ie said the even,t will ,be held ~n the second floor of the ele- raentary building starting at 7:30 l~.m. Wolfe said it will be a partici- Pation-type event with parents playing attribute ,games and do- ing some ~things with color, size and shape. He said parents will be able to see for themselves what can be Used in the classroom to let children work by themselves. Refreshments will be served by the Sundance FTA chapter. vited .~o attend any of these meetings. A "Planning for Credit Needs" meeting, sponsored by Sundance State ~ank and the Agricultural Extension Service, has been scheduled for Feb. 3. This session will be held in the Episcopal parish hall in Sun- dance starting at 1:30 p.m. Doug Agee, Extension economist in farm management, will present ~he program which is designed to help farmers and ranchers plan their credit needs. On Feb. 19, a water develop- ment meeting ~will be held to pre- sent the latest information con- cerning the use of surface water in Crook~county. Tower Junction Hall will be the site of the meet- ing which will also open at 1:30 p.m. Sponsoring the meeting are the State Engineer's Office, Natural Resource ~oard, Extension Serv- ice and the Crook County TAP Committee. Third and final event will be a sheep and wool meeting planned for Feb. 26 at Tower Junction ]Iall and starting at 1:30 p.m. Research information on wool and lamb marketing, sheep breed- ing and wool quality will be pre- sented. Sponsoring this meeting will be the Crook County Wool and Lamb Growers Association, Wyoming Wool Growers Association, U. S. Testing Service and the Extension Service. The readings: Max. Min. Prec. Jan. 14 ................ 47 35 0 Jan. 15 -- Not Read. Jan. 16 ................... 41 13 0 Jan. 17--Not Read. Jan. 18 .................. 31 3 0 Jan. 19 ................. 4~2 7 0 Jan. 20 ................. 40 ---2 0 Duplicate A 2-table Howell movement was played Tuesday night during the regular weekly session of the Sundance Duplicate Bridge Club. P, esults of the play were: 1. Millie Bernd and Gladys Glasby; and 2. Mamie McAnally and Anna Durfee. Roberts Mortuary, Sundance, has donated a 1953 Pontiac am- bulance to the city of Moorcroft. Above, Alan Roberts, right, Travel to Devils Tower Nation- al Monument in 1968 reached an all-time high with 155,245 visi- itors, according to Acting Super- intendent Elvin T. Aaberg. Last year's travel increased 24.1 percent over .the previous year and ~vas an increase of 11,977 ov- er the previous high figures reg- istered in 1965. Aaberg also reported that no major improvements or construc- tion programs are planned for the monument during the year. Camping at Devils Tower was up 14.7 percent with 15,144 vis- itors using the camping facilities a.t the Belle Fourche River camp- ground. Rock climbing increased slight- ly with 136 climqbers in 53 parties reaching the top. Aabel'g said this brings the number of successful climbers to 1,765 since the first presents the title to the ambu- lance to Willis Hughes, Moorcroft mayor. rock climb was made in 1937. Three new routes were estab- lished in 1968 making a total of 36 different routes up the sides of the Tower. ett Co-Op's Coming The 19th annual meeting of the Hulett Co-Op will be held in Hulett Saturday, according to Manager Lewis R. Wood. Mem- bers will meet in the American Legion hall Auxiliary rooms start- ing at 2 p.m. Wood said door prizes will be awarded with lunch being served following the meeting. The ambulance has been driven 53,000 miles but is in excellent condition.