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BE CHOSEN to select (Miss Wool of 1970 on February 20th have been announced Jacque 'Hampton, Sheri- pageant director. The ~ill represent the Wool Growers Auxil- the Miss Wool of America It .in San Angelo, Texas une. ~or Miss Wool must ,be a resident af of Wyocning; s'he must 18 and 25, inclusive- must never have been she must be at least and she ~nust be able a ~andard 8 or I0 in wearing apparel. In she .must ,have complet- one year at an ac- College or university or as a second semes- Pageant. a,t the time ~f the contestants ~vill model be- nel af three judges and interviewed EPeh girl will be charm, poise, grace, how photogenic she ability to meet pep- Jt~lges for the 1970 pa- Will .be M. Joseph Burke, President o,f the Ameri- Producers Council; CantreH, Worland, model; and J~hnson, Cheyenne, coordinator for Business Meeting pageant mill be held with t.he mid-win- comrn.iO~ e meeting Wo~l Growers be held in Casper according to execu~tive see. during ,the at- mill be Mrs. Secretary of 11 speak on '~Iore A Day Boaty"; president of the and Fish Cam- Will ,tell about the the Wyoming Game n as they af- and Dr. Del. Agricultural Econ- of Wyoming, on the Economic ,s of Wyoming's Sheep In- will be held at Inn in ,Casper. The :lub .t Saturday, Feb. 21 i HORST DIEDE & HIS CUTUPS Miss Wool Pageant will be at 8:00 ,p.m. in the Wyoming-Na- trona Room, ~ollowing a cocktail hour and banquet. Entertainment will be provided by the Carbon County Ki-O-Tees, a comic duo consisting of George Peverly, director of information and pub- lic relations, Wyoming Depart- ment o,f Agri,cul.ture, and (Mary Cronberg, executive secretary, Wyoming Soil and Water Conser- vation Committee. The pt~blic is in~ited to the pageant and the banquet. Ban- quet tickets are a~ailable at the Wyoming Wool Growers Associa- tion office in Casper or may be purchased at the door. There mill be no admission charge for the pageant. New Mr. and Mrs. Rex 'M. Maueh, Greeley, Colo. John C. Callquist, Sleepy Eye, Minn. Robert Brandt, Sundance Joan Curtis, Sheridan Renewals Mrs. Pete Hayworth, Spearfish Alice Jay, Hule~t John Whalen, Aladdin John A. ,Blakeman, Sundanee Edwin Meyer, Sundance Caroline FAlir~ghausen, Sundance John Knaus, Hulett Warren Gray, ~uleCt (Mrs. Claude ,Dil'lon, Sundance Mary Danforth, Olympia, Wash. (Mrs. Trt~man Vesser, ~oorcrcd~ Orville D. Harper, Betflah Charles J. Williams, Sundanee Mr. and ~Mrs. Otis Griffith, Gillette J. P. Wood, Mooreroft Leo Crago, Aladdin J. W. Dabson, (Moorcro~t Leonard Wales, Beulah Anna Schmitgen, Spearfish Tommy E~ Seeley, Sundance Fidler Fufleral ,Chapel, Spearfish Mauriee Hat,bar, Devils Tower Bruce ,Hopper, Laramie Louise Pet.ersen, Redlands, Calif. Ted Orr Jr., Sundance Ed,ward Petersen, Sundance NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is ~Iereby given of a puhlic hearing on the propo,sed ,transfer of $4,000.00 from the Cash Reserve Fund ~B-5) To sup- piement the :fo~lowing ~und in the amount shown. Operation ~B-5) $11,000.00 Budget, proposed transfer $4,000.00 Total $15,000 need to purchase sttpplies. The said :hearing will be held at the office of ,the Weed & Pes Inspector at Sundance, Wyo. on the 2nd day of March at 2:00 p. m. Mt. Std. time. Any .and all persons interested may appear and be heard respecting such transfer of funds. Dated at Sundance, Wyo. this 16th day of February, 1970. Crook C.ounty Weed & Pest Control District. By Lyle A. Crosby, Budget Officer A2~rEST: Warren Ferrell, Secre~tary. Publish Feb. 19, 1970. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Feb. 19, 1970 tittl _ Mr. and Mrs\ Cl,yde~ P, aber and Roxie were Monday evening visit- ors at the C~est~r Whitneys and helped Kim to~ celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Kathryn Russell returned to her home in Hu,lett Tuesday after spending a couple weeks at W,hitneys. Miss Karen Evans ~was a brief caller at Whit- neys on Tuesday evening where she got her horse and rode her home. The Great Canyon school held their Valentine ~party on Friday, the mothers who attended were Mrs. Verle Pierce ,and ~Lanna and Mrs. Biggers of Minn., Mrs. R~ba Dorsett and Mrs. Ohester WhR- ney. Doughnuts, .cookies, candy and hat chocolate was enjoyed by all. Ray Dorsett drove to Hulett Friday even.in.g and brought An- na home for the ~veekend. Phelps Construction Bowling team in Belle Fourche was first place in .that city's championship bawling. ,Mrs. Edna Scoggin and Mrs. Margaret Phelps from this area .play on this team. Mr. and (Mrs. Francis Ballou and ~Ir. and (Mrs. San.ford Wise were Monday visitors at Scoggins. Larry and Edna Scoggin were Wednesdas, evening visitors of Joyce Lobban and Leon Jay. Mr. and Mrs. Al- fred Pierce were Thursday morn- ing callers at Scoggins. (Mrs. Edna Scoggin received word from St. Sargean~ Gary Scaggin in Washington state to the effect that he is 'hospitalized in Tac(~ma with a case of mono- nucleosis and will be there quite some time. Anyone who mishes to send cards and 'letters, here is the address. St. Sgt. Gary Scoggin 504543014 Mandigan General HospRal Ward 21 Tacoma, Wash. 9843,1 The Alzada basketball teams played in Camp Crook on Friday even~n,g ,~i~h women winning and the small boys losing. They played ~fll Iron on Sunday at Alzada ~vith the women winning there and the boys also winning. The Alzada Womens ~eam is un- defeated so ~ar this season. We hope ~hey" continue to win. Mr. and Mrs. James Tomach of Gil- lette were callers at Pierces over the weekend .and took ,Mrs. Big- gers home with them to spend some time before leaving ~or her home in Minn. Dallerie Walker spent Saturday overnight with Lanna Pierce. Miss Karen Evans played in the women's game in Camp Crook Friday evening and went with Mr. and Mrs. Verl Pierce and family. Karen, Joyce I~obban, Leon and Joy Jay ,played for the dance in Hulett Saturday night. Miss Karen Evans visited at the home of Mrs. Elizabeth Peterson in ~roadus Sunday ~fter playing the game between (Mill Iron and Alzada. NORTH BEARLODGE Feb. 645 Mr. ,and Mrs. Oscar Nilson were Sunday, Feb. 8 dinner guests at the Billie Dirks home. Ada Nilson and Shirley Drisldll sper~t Tuesday visiting Jeanette Storm. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fish had supper with the Nil- sons Mond.~y evening. Frank Carr and family had supper Saturday n~igh,t at the Wick Carr home. Wick Carr and Wil,fred ~3unney were in Sun- dance Tuesday on business. 'Mrs. Wilfred ,Bunney ,had sur- W. F. Newland Founder Established 1885 Jam~ I. Newlend Manager SUNDAy BUFFET 11 to8 and Sea Foods With LOBSTER A Specialty at our ar lib GOOD CATTLE REASONABLY PRICED Newland & Son COLONY, WYOMING gery on her foot at the Bennett Clarkson hospital in Ral~id City Friday, Feb. 6th. She returned home Monday. I want to thank all o,f my friends for the cards, letters and flowers that were sent me. Also Pine Cone Chapter for the beautiful plant that they sent me. Vial.tars at Bunney this week ,were ~Mr. and ~Mrs. Frank Pear- son, Mr. and Mrs. John Quin.t, Mr. and !Mrs. Ervin Kirksey and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nilson. ,Mr. and Mrs. Kay Driskill spent Thursday afternoon visiting Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mahoney. The Alva Farm Bureau mill have their ,annual pancake sup- per at the Masonic Hall in Hu'lett Feb. 28th. Serving mill start at six o'clock. Sundance, Wyo. Feb. 19, 1970 REWARD !l A Large reward for the return of my rifle, Browning Automatic 30-06. Serial No. 710- 54M9. Leopold Scope, Serial No. 265-879. Taken from my car, Satur- day, Feb: 7th. J. C. Straight South Bend, Nebr. Phone 944-8652 In Sundance By Appointment As a rancher or farmer, if you're inter- eared in visiting with Ken,neth Series about any agricultural financing question, please feel free to call him in Gillette and he will he happy to come to the /~cy Law office in Sundance or to your own place. Call 682- 4146 for the PCA, owned by Wyoming stockmen and farmers. Feb. 19~r. 5---Mar. 19 1970 license plates must be on your vehicle BEFORE MARCH 1, 1970 Please bring your valid vehicle inspection certificate and your 1969 registration slip with you when you purchase your plates at this office. Karen G. County Treasurer Registers Register Forms "A" Salesbooks Restaurant Checks Garage Repair Orders "k" Bills of Lading Fuel Meter Checks Insurance Forms Complete Line of All Business Forms Ph. 283-3411 Sundance Times Sundance \