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for county proper. are stacked up in the essesser, s office which is out the 1970 assessment ~Ufl- their three games st Kaycee 92- 61-60. gave the Bulldogs overall and left them Ln the Powder River con- games remain on the - Upton here and Kaycee there .had six men in dou- m the Kaycee. game r night as the ,Bulldogs Sundance led first period and The Bulldogs with 24) points ~he club with Harper notch- 3~i6west S~turday night, Points sparked the Bull. Sundance high team ttok a 35- ~oorcroft in night. The caged an earlier lldogs. the first nine up a 35-0 lead took the last vo by pins and The Wolves registered four pins. POLICE COURT POlice Judge Soren funk, disorder- fined $30 and Albert Allan ng, $20 and careless and costs. TIMES 1970 The schedules #hould be com- pleted end returned to the as- sessor's office as soon as pos- sible. Shown preparing the schedules for mailing are, left to right, Deputy Assessor Pet Duca, Laur- ie Jacobsen and County Assessor Roze Zella Proctor. dogs to their tense win over the Offers. The clubs were deadlocked at 17.17 ~,fCcer the first period as Lee connected for ~10 points. At hal*Rime, Midwest ~vas on top 33-29. However, Lee grew ho~ in the third period and fired in 16 points as Sundance grabbed a 47- 43 lead. The summaries: Sundance 23 42 63 92 Kaycee 1~. 24 34 50 Sundance - Harper 18, Hooper 16, ,Mark Hu.ghes 14, ~,ee 19, Col- lins 2, Henke 10, Mike Hughes 12. Kaycee - Haines 5, C~bb 16, Lohse 1, T~ffner 12, Etm 2, Har- lan 8, ,Hanson 6. Sundance 17 29 47 61 Midwest 17 33 43 60 Sundance - Harper 13, ~moper 6, Mark Httghes 1, Lee 30, Collins 4, Henke 7. Mid,vest - Wheeler 12, F_Abridge 6, Gitbert ~1, Harshman 8, Cole- man 13. In B .game action, the Sundance reserves split two games, bowing 52-51 to Kaycoe and edging Mid- west 61-56. The summaries: Ka~cee 9 22 35 52 Sundance 17 28 39 51 Ka cee -.I hse 7, Key 10, V. t'russ 19, D. Pruss 8, L. Lohse 8. Sundanco - ,Hibbard 15, Watson 10, Taylor ,13, Kennedy 5, Mollne 9. Sundance 15 3~ 45 61 Mid,vest 14 27 39 'Sundanee - Hibbard 10, Watson 16, Taylor 18, CornelSa II, Moline 6. Midwest - Wright 18, Strastma 9, S~alder I, J. Kagie I, Robinson 2, Lttbldn 3, F. Kagie 5, Gilbert 8, Rod,gers 3, Bishop 6. The results: 98 -- Darrell Yount (WI) dec. Chuck Durfee, 11-0. 107 -- Tm Blakeman (M)dec. Skip Wagner, 7-2. 115 --- Dan Sipc (:M) pinned Dale Cornelia, 2:42. 123 -- Fred Zimmerschied (M) pinned Dave Hopson, 4:46. 130 -- Eugene Roberts (M) pinn- ed Steve Neckalson, 1:30. 137 -- Dan Zimmerschied (M) dec. Jay Tenke, 5-1. 145 -- Dave Wesley (M) dec. Perry Livingston, 5-4. 155 --BiLl~ Prid,geon (,M) dec. Gary Canfield, 8-4. 165 -- Charles Norris ~M) pinned Jack Lake, 5:24. 175 -- Jim Viergets (S) pinned Terry Gossman, 1:16. 185 --Gary Roadifer (S) won by forfeit. IIcavwei,gh.t - Champ Steele (S) pinned Mike Slattery, 1:18. Sundance Jaycees Will Meet Thursday Night A meeting oT the Sundance Jaycees has been scheduled Thursday night at the IOOF hall. All members are asked to attend the meeting which star~ts at 8 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. l~oy Little spent the weekend in Casper ~vi.th their son and family ~r. and Mrs. Bill Little Nolan. ,Mrs. Julius tIcwes returned home Saturday after a ,ten-day visit in Denver v~ith her son-in- law and daughter ~r. and Mrs. Harry ~Mavrakis, and her sister and family, Mr. and ~rs. Lewis Newell. Mr. and Mrs. George Beagle drove to Gillette Tuesday where Mrs. Beagle remained to visit her mother Mrs. Kate S~vartz while Beagle drove to Sheridan to at- the Lee ranch sale. The Wonderful Wyoming Lu- theran Walther League volleyball tournament will .be held in the Sundanee high school gymnasium Feb. 22, according to hi,~h school principal Delbert Harbaugh. Tournament play will start at 1 ,p.m. Seven speech students will he competing in a speech meet at Laramie Feb. 20-2'l. Thy are Russ Crago, Mark Wil- lia:ms, Joan Cressman, Mary ~Prid,geon, Eleanor Oudin, Laurie Jacobsen and Linda Simons. Sundance junior high wrest- lers, who had been scheduled to open their season this week, will not do so, high school princil~al Detbert Harbaugh said Tuesday. He said the junior high dual meet at Newcastle had been switched from Feb. 19 to March 10. Sundance will play at 1 p.m. Friday in the junior ~high basket- b~ll tournament at Newcastle Friday and Saturday. The ~ull- ~pups will meet Woodland Park in their opening game. ,Sundance will ,host the north- east district speech meet March 6, high school principal Delbert Harbaugh said this week. He said 13 schools will he competing in the all-day event. The meet will be held during the district baske~ba~ tourney. Harbaugh said the Sundance schools will not be in session that day. Driver is For Contempt Six men ,were assessed ~ines last week in Sundance Justice Court before Justice of ,the Peace Amos l~ving. They were: Joel G. Johnson, Gillette, fin. ed $25 and $4 costs for ~pera~ing a motor vel~icle with no valid registration and $50 for failure to appear in court. Johnson, at. rested by State Hig~hway Patrol- man Bill Conley, had earlier fail- ed to appear in court on 4~he no v~lid registration charge. His fine had not ,been ~aid by Tuesday and he is in ~he county jall here. ,Howard Martin ~arney, Grass Creek, Wyo., fined $50 and costs for operating a vehicle on an ex- pired driver's license and $25 for contempt of court. Harney was arrested by City Mamhal L. B. Harness. ~wing said Harney claimed he ~ad filed for a driver's license. l~h~ing left the courtroom to check with a p~trohnn and when 'he returned Harney ~as drink- ing from a bottle o~ wine. It was l~zl~g's ~irst contempt of court charge. .Others ~ppearir~g in court were: Floyd K. Canfield, Sundance, dri~In.g ~o ~ast for exlsting con- ditions, $25 and costs, arrested by Conley. Gordon O. Loebs Jr., Newcastle, noisy muffler, $50 and costs, ar- rested by Conley. Thomas D. McDermott, Gillette, operating a private carrier with- out P$C plates, fined $50 and costs, arrested by State Highway Patrolman W. D. WriSt. Darwin G. Schock, Black Hawk, S.D., failure to obtain one-trip :permit to move a combination load, ~ined $50 and costs, arrest- ed by Conley. Mr. and Mrs. Mavvin Liewer, Sundance, are the parents of a daushter born Feb. 11 at Crook County Memorial Hospital. The 9 tb. 1 oz. girl has been named Carol ~arie. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Heupel are the parents of a son, Kevin Dean, born Feb. 13 in Rapid City. The baby boy ~veisbed 9 Ibs. 14 ozs. Mrs. Leonard Peterson, Sun- dance, is ~he maternal grand- Sister of Man Dies Monday R. W. Sorensen, Sundance, has received word of the death of his youngest sister, Mrs. Ida Bland- ford, who had lived fro: several years at Man,cas, Colo. She died Feb. 16. Funeral arrangemen.ts are pending until .the arrival of her daughter, IMrs. Russell Munson, I~s Vegas, Nev. CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our thanks and apprecia,tion to all or the many acts of kindness shown us in the recent loss of our beloved Terry. A special ,thank you for all ,those who sent cards, flowers, brought food or he~ped in any ~vay during the funeral. God bless each of you. Mrs. Terry ,Cornella and Shown ~Mr. and ~Mrs. Dick Courchaine and family Mr. and Mrs. A1 Cornella Sundance Junior High Cagers Find Winning is Tough The Sundance seventh and eighth grade basketball teams failed to get in the win column in four games pla~,ed during Feb- ruary. The seventh grade club bowed twice to Osage, 32-16 and 62-21, and to Newcastle 42-16. The ei, ghth graders also bowed to Ne~veastle in a close one 30-25. In the Newcastle game here Thursday night, the local sev- enth graders held @ne upper hand before collapsng in the fourth quarter. Sundance ~vas in front 1440 at the half and trailed 18- 16 headlrtg into the fourth per- iod. Newcastle dropped in 24 points in Che final quarter and Rs press gave Sundanee trouble. MoHne had ~1,1 ~oin~ to lea4 Sundance. In ~he ,battle bebween the eigenth graders, Newcastle pulled away in the second half after holding a slender 12-11 lead at hal~tme. Gerhart had seven points ~or Sundan~e wRh Henke and Living- ston adding fi~e each. Continuing The Crook County News An Independent Newspaper MEMBER L Association - Foun~l llU~ m Published Every Thursday by The Times Publishing Co. The Times is legal newspaper for ell publications. John E. Llndsey, Publisher Charlotte I.. Lindsoy, Circulation Manager Howard Allen, News Editor, Adv. Manager Subscription Rates: To P. O. Address in Wyoming, and Butte, Lawrence and Cart- er Counties, $4.00 per year. To P. 0. 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