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February 19, 1970

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The license plate business at the county treasurer's office is in full swing and booming as the March 1 deadline for displaying the 1970 plates approaches. f 2 A Hulett ,girl, Mar~/Ann Ford, has been selected a~'Tliss Casper College at the ~asper school. She is the dau,~Ker of Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Ferd, Hulett. NLss Ford 'had buen selected as first runnert~p and became queen when the queen-elect was One Divorce Grimted In District Court One divorce ~vas ~granted Tues- day in district c~rt here by Judge Rodney Guthrie. Karyn R. Christensen was grarKed a divorce from Russell Christensen. ~oth are from THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Feb. 19, 1970 Treasurer Karen Glover, right, holds a sample of the new plates while Mrs. Andy Clark looks on. Motorists were remndod that while vehicles must have new unable to serve. Miss Ford was Miss Crook County last year. She is attend~g Casper Col- lege on American Baptist, True and Wyoming scolans h~ps. She was named to the dean's honor roll for the fall semester with a 3.737 average. Four Corners Feb. 2 Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Lesley Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Bad Simp- son and daughter were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Viergets. Later that day they were also callers of Mr. and Mrs. Corbin Nicolls. plates displayed March 1 in order to be operated, Feb. 27 will be the last day to buy new plates before the deadline. Pete Kudloek was a social cal- ler at the Jay May berry home Wednesday afternoon. Floyd Cart was a ,bu~ness and social caller in this area Tuesday afternoon. Art Taylor was a caller in ~elle Fourche Thursday. Later in the day he was a caller at the Jay Mayberry home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jonasson ,were social callers at the Jay Mayber~y ~ome Friday a{ternoon. T. R. Cochran was a dinner guest at the Felix Ferlno home Saturday,. Sunday aRernoon Mr. and Mrs. ~ill ~ansen and Darlene were social callers :of Mr;~ and i~rs. ~Lesley Simpson and Mr. and .~. ,Bud Strn~on and dattghter. ' Jean Petersen was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and ~'s. Lea- lcy S~mpson. ,Mr. and Mrs. David Petersen were shopping in Newcastle Thursday. e A full schedule has been ar- ranged for county farmers and ranchers during the county crops meeting Feb. 24 at Tower Junc- tion Ha~ll. County Agent Warren l~errell said the public is invited to at- tend the program-which opens at .1:30 p.m. Sponsors of the event are the Crook County Weed and Pest Board and the A~rieuRural Extension Service. Speakers and their topics in- cluded on the ~program are: Wesley Seamands, Extension agronomist, "Fertilizer Response on Irrigated and Dryland Crops." Bernard J. Kotp, head, crops section, University of Wyoming Plant Science Division, "Crop Performance Through Plant Breeding." Everett W. Spackman, E~ten- sion entomologist, "Use of In- secticides on Field Crops." Lyle Crosby, Crook County Weed and Pest Inspector, "New Goals for Weed Control in Crook Cour~ty." Harold A~ley, Extension weed specialist, "What's New ~n Weed Control." Resignation Of Teacher Accepted The District No. 1 school board ,Monday accepted the resignation of (Miss Nancy Hinds, who was in her first year here as first grade teacher. Replacing ,her ~or the remain- der of ~he school year wll be Mrs. Gerald Wolfe. Typewriter ribbons at The Times Meet on A .meeting of the Crook 4-H Council will be held in dance Feb. 28, County Warren Ferrell said Tuesday. He sam the council's first ~erb" meeting will open at 1 in the juryroorn of the house. During the meeting, Mrs. Kummeffeld and Mrs. Hall will conduct a leader ing session. Ferrell said county 4-H with ,problems concerning proJ( meetings are asked to attend schedule county-wide meetings. Students Place In BHSC Meet Placir~g o~ Sundance school studen~ in the speech meet last Friday, and urday were revealed this by speach ins~xuctor Walter Kay. In debate, Joan Mary Pridgeon, Russ Crago Mark Williams placed fourth. *Ratings in oral interpretat were Susan" Speidel and Lan~b, third, and Shannon and Dave Hopson, fourth. Sandy Glover placed third girls' extemporaneous while Wolf skill was third in bo~ys' terr~poraneous. Mr. and ~rs. Ulric were guests of Miss Nancy ken at';MQx's Lounge in Fourche Feb. 3 in celebration their 25th wedding MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SUNDANCEe WYOMING Februory 2, 1970 The Town Council met this day in regular session, there present Mayor Gerald Popham, Councilmen Glen W~t, Rex and Patterson Keller, City Marshal I~ B. Harness, City Conm~. Edwards, City Attorney Cecil K. Hu~hes and City Clerk MeLaughlin. The minutes of ~he last regular meeting were read and The report for .the month of January showed rectpts as Cigartte Tax $840.98, Gas Tax $1,2~3.03, Sales Tax $853.01, ense $22.50, Fines & Cost $61).00, ~isc. $015.38, Water $30.00, Sewer & Water $2,641.35. Expenditures from the appropriated budget were a~ @ollows: Salaries & Wages ..............: ......................... -$l Lig~ht & Power General Operation ........................................ Streets & Alleys Meter Rei~nds Sewer & Water Expense ..................................................... Albert HoK and ~e~trice Hoff having ,made application for newal of Liquor ~cense ,No. 2 for the Pastime Bar & Lounge, said application havi~g ,been duly published according to lwv, obJetlons appearir~g o ~he renewal thereof, R was moved by seconded by Kelier, .to renew said ,~icense tot one year buginnirtg ruary 8, 1970, ~pon ~ay~nen.t of a fee of $1,000, Motion carried. ~I.~rr~, frruax alxpeared ,before the counci~ a~in.g for a dead sign to ,be erected on West Sewell and South Scond. Mo~ion by to approve request. Seconded by Dillon, motion carried. Truax asked for a renewal of lease on a ~lot of city property southwest Sundance. Lease is subject to cancellation at any time for improvement. Motion by Ke~ler to ,grant lease for a fee of $10 year. Seconded by Diilon, motion carried. Motion by Keller ,that Mayor Popham and Sewer and Water mittee, consisting of Glen Wyatt & Patterson Keller, meet ~vith ming Highway Department officials to obtain clarification on tions for a sc~ver line under Interstate 90. They are authorized ~o ecute the said contract. Seconded ,hy Wya~, mc4ion carried. City 'Marshal L. B. Harness told the council Lhat the adoption of the Uniform Traffic Code has resulted in the of diagonal parking in the city. The code ~pec~fies oaly )arallel ind. Coun,cilmen Durfee and Wyatt, City Attorney Marshal Harness will meet to make recommendations for a new ing ordinance as soon as possi,ble. The need for additional city ~vater prompted a discussion mend the bud~get so ~unds may he m~de available for drilling well. City Attorney Cecil Hughes was asked to investigate the cedure for transferring reserve funds to increase the Sewer Water budget account. The council discussed an ordinance covering removal of vehicles, trash and other nuisances. The cily attorney ~ll prepare ordinance to allow for removal of junk items within the city limits it ~vill be presen,ted at the next meeting. Marshal L. ~. Harness gave ~is report for the month of ~hich was acc~ed by the council. No furt,her business, meeting adjourned. Attest: (SlnA ) Gerald Popham, Phyllis MoLaughlin, City