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January 23, 1969

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The Crook County High School Beard, meeting in Moorcroft Thursday, discussed the proposed 1969-70 salary schedule bu~ said it would have to wait until later to definetly establish a schedule. Board members also accepted two resignations presented during the ssssion. ,Board President Raymond Den- nis said the board would favor going to a $6000 salary base if the present state legislature takes ac- tion that would increase the rev- enue of the district enough to permit such a schedule. Present salary base is now $5700. Resignations accepted by the board were those of Betty R~lther Anderson, Hulett English teacher, and Murray Collins, Sundancc high school principal. ~Mrs. Anderson's resignation is effective Jan. 24. She will be replaced by Jacqueline Rymill. er On Region IV Governor's Group The Crook County Commission- ers last week appointed G. W. Popham and Leslie Hauber as eoun,ty representatives to Region IV of the Governor's ,planning committee on criminal adminis- tration. Region IV includes Sheridan, Johnson, Campbell, Weston and Crook ,counties. The commissioners made the appointments after Popham sum- marized a meeting in Gillette 3an. 9. The meeting was held ,by the administrator of the governor's committee to comply with a fed- eral law passed in June 1968 known as the "Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968." Group to Annual city ~ournament for the Sundanee Women's ]]owling Association has been scheduled for Feb. 8 and g at New Hope Lanes. The tournament will decide city champions in .the team, doubles, all events and singles events. Collins' resignation becomes ef- fective at the end of the present school year. The board also discussed the Wyoming Education Association convention to be held March 27- 28. It was the board's decision that since these days will be con- sidered as days in operation for the high schools, ~hat all teachers must either attend the meetings, attend other professional meet- ings or spend the time at school and :at work. The board said that in ~he event teachers do not do any of these things, their salaries will be reduced for the time missed. Miss Kristy Smith, Moorcroft third grade teacher, attended ~he session as a representative of lhe Moorcroft Education Association She told the ,board the associa- tion wanted :to become more fa- miliar with the ,problems of the board in order to schedule its requests in such ,a manner that the board could meet the re- quests. ,Moorcroft Superintendent Mike Melonuk told the board the Moor- croft Student Council will sponsor a lunch hour student activity at the Moorcroft school. He said students will use the lunchroom and will govern them- selves, and will have a juke box, purchased by the FTA group, to use. Winter Meeting of CCCTA Held Twelve .teachers from various county schools attended the win- ter dinner meeting of the Crook County Classroom Teachers Assn. in Sundance Thursday. Association members were urg- ed to write the sta~e legislature recommending ,passage of the W EA legislative proposals concern- ing school legislation. Members also discussed local projects on the social studies cur- riculum guide. Work on the project is to be completed March 26. No delegate was chosen at the session to attend the regional con- vention in Pocatello, Ida. ~Iareh 14-15. Next meeting of the association will be held in Moorcroft April 18. W. Jacks(~n &; 3rd/ " Spearfish Tel. 64~42|2 Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat., Ja,n. 22-23-24-25 SHOW TIMES: 7 AND 9 P.M. m Jff BBI &@m WR6E 20th Century-Fox Presents PANAVISION~ COLOR by DELUXE Sun., Mon., Tues., Jan. 26-27-28 Sun. Shows: 2:30, 4:30, 7, 9. Mon. end Tues.: 7 and 9 p.m. - MGM presents A SPECTRUM PRODUCTION starring - -i JIM BROWN DIAHANN CARROLL JULIE HARRIS,. I ;il PANAWS,ON" [ ERN BORG NIN' E J NOTICE: Due to the suggested for mature audience movie, "The Split," the family movie, "Ghost and Mr. Chicken," will be showing at 2:30 only Sunday. Come at 2:30 and see both movies at no extra admission. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Jan. 23, 1969 lOth Beef Cattle Short Course Is Set at Laramie Farmers and ranchers ~rom throughout Wyoming, including Crook county, are expected to be in ~Laramie Jan. 27 and 28 for the 10th annual beef cattle short course. The program is sponsored by the rUniversity of Wyoming Ag- ricultural Extension Service and the UW Animal Science Division. Topics set for Monday's portion of the program are: external par- asites, internal parasites, water harvesting methods, marketing Wyoming cattle, double muscling in beef cattle, quality grades in beef carcasses, yield grades in beef carcasses and a carcass dem- onstration and evaluation. Tuesday's program includes: crossbreeding under range condi- tions, calving two-year-old heifers and feeding for reproduction. Moorcroft Man's Niece, NeF Die in Ex ;ion A nephew and niece of Albert Proctor, Moorcroft, died in Calif- ornia Jan. 6 when an explosion and fire destroyed their trailer- house They were Mr. and Mrs. Robert ~McConahay, both 38. McConahay was a postal clerk in Los Angeles. ~is mother, Mrs. Ruth Thompson, is a sister of Al- bert Proctor. She was born and raised in the ttulett area. Bonnie Mathews is Wed i' In California Ceremony Bonnie ~V[athews, daughter of ~;i Hubert Mathews, ~Beulah and Mrs. ii Robert Preibe, Osborn, Ida., was l married Jan. 18 to Air Forcei Capt. 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