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.Final hearing on Crook county school reorganization has been scheduled ~or Moorcroft Monday. The meeting, called by the Crook County School Reorganiza- tion Commi.ttee, .will be held in the Moorcroft school lunchroom starting at 7:30 p.m. Purpose of the session ,will be to present information on the school reorganization proposals for the county compiled by the county commi.ttee. Prelintinary hearings on the school ~reorganization proposals were held in Hulett, Moorcroft and Sundance in January. The proposal adopted by the county committee calls for the formation of one county-wide dis- trict, l~ffective date of the re- Opening Services At New First services in the new Church of Christ in Sundance will be held Sunday. Sunday's schedule calls for Bible study at 10 a.m. and worship services at 11 a.m. :e PTA For Auction Plans for the PTA's auction sale March 14 were discussed Feb. 11 during the regular meet- irtg of the Sundance PTA. The auction sale is being held to raise funds for the summer recreation program. Dick Smith, Sundanee, will serve as auctioneer for ~he sale which will be .held in the Ameri- can Legion hall starting at 1 p.m. ~Persons ~vho bare artic*les to donate are asked to corttact Rich- ard Snider, Mrs. ~ob Cook or Mrs. Jerry ScVbner. Named to a nominating com- mittee for the April elections ~vere Snider, ~eynard Mills, Mrs. Roy MvKenney and Mrs. Lloyd ,Bowman. No March zneetin,g will be held. ~eporting on the school evalua- tion were Supt. Roger Thorson and principals Detbert Harbaugh and P~oger Wolfe. The Sundance schools ave presently waitirtg for a rating from the state Depart- ment of Education. Before the business meetirtg, kindergarten classes under the direction of ~Irs. Gladys Lortgpre and Mrs. Cecil Crago presented a program of singing and dancing. Winning door prizes ~ere Mrs. Gera~d Snyder, Jack and Jill; .Mrs. Cecil Crago, Log Cabin Cafe; Mrs. Reynard Mills, Tracy Motor Co.; and Mrs. Don Lee, Sun.dance Barber Shop. Friday, Feb. 20 Basketball TSpton at Sun- dance, 6:30 p.m., SHS gymnas- ium. Saturday, Feb. 21 Con,ference dwrestling tourna- ment at Upton. Monday, Feb. 23 School reorganization meeting, 7:30 p.m., Moorcroft school lunchroom. Tuesday, Feb. 24 County crops me~ting, Tower Junction Hall, 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Msrc~ 3 Women's Institute, I00,F Itall, Sundance. Friday, March 13 Sundanee Commercal Club, 6:30 p.m., Aro Cafe. Saturday, March 14 Sundence PTA auction sale, 1 .p.m., American .Legion Hall. organization ,will be July 1, 1970 with the initial election of the district's board of trustees set for June 23. Reorganization of school dis- tricts throughout the state be- came mandatory ,when the last state legislature ~passed t'he Wyo- ming Education Code. The basic requrement is that each district shall be a unified district o,ffering a con~tinuing ed- ucation program ~rom kinder- garten or first grade through the 12th grade under control of one trustee board and adminis- tered by one superintendent. y 2 Prestige in County W~hile several other counties in Wyoming have come up with many intriguing combinations of letters and numbers on the state's new prestige license plates, only two such plaes have been ordered in Crook county, aceordin~g to Conuty Treasurer Karen Glover. Mrs. Glover said ,prestige plate combinations in the county are MOT1 for M. O. Trego, Sun- dance; and BRAD for Harold Braden, Green River. ,For ~hose af you interested, you can still order prestige plates bttt you'tl have to pay an addi- tional $15 on top of 'he regular license plate fees. Upton Man Held Here for Theft A 62-year-old Upton man, Clay- ton Kellogg, is in the county jail here cha~ged ~ith the theft of two saddles and household goods from the Woodrow Petersen ranch early last December. County Attorney Cecil Hughes said Kellogg ~as arrested Mon- day by Sheriff Henry Oudin. Richard Macy, Sundance, has been appointed by the court as Kellogg's attorney. Bond of $1000 was set tby Justice of the Peace $~mos ]!Y, virtg. Ketlogg is being held in the county jail in lieu of bond pending his ap- pearance for preliminary hear- ing. Women's Institute More S J~ack Gerkin, Midwest Furni- ture, Rapid City, will speak on furniture styles during the Wo- men's Institute in Sundance March 3. The event will be held in the IOOF hall starting at 9:30 a.m. Also appearing on the program will be ~drs. ,Lorraine Sbocknnan, Black Hills Power and Light, who wig present a lesson on launder- ing new fabrics. The institute .will feature a noon dinner to be served by the Rebekah Lodge. The public is invited to attend. Wyoming Legion Members Increase Dr. 'R. R. Menghini, department commander of the &merican Leg- ion in Wyoming, said Tuesday the Department o Wyoming is 19th in membership standin,g out of 58 del~artments, including eight foreign departments. The state com~nander said Wyoming is showing a larger in- crease in meanbershi~p for 1970 than ,it has in .many years. Duplicate Bridge A 2Vz-table Howell movement was played Tuesday night during the regular meeting o{ the Sun- dance Duplicate ~ridge Club. Results of the play were: 1. Jane Edwards and Virginia Fras- er; 2. Betty Jean Durfee and Edna Binney; and 3. Clara Har- vey and Millie ~Bernd. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Feb. 19, 1970 To Term At l~on Brimrmer, 17-year-old Sun- dance youth, Tuesday ,was sen- teaced in district court here to a term in the Wyoming Industrial Institute at Worland. ~Brimmer had been charged with arson and theft following a Dee. 14 fire at the Logan Brim- mar home in Sundance where $2070 was taken. On both charges, the youth ,was sentenced to the Worland instit- ution for such time as may seem best but not more ~han a maxl- mu,m of nine years. The senten- ces will run concurrently. According to County ~ttorney Cecil Hughes, Judge Guthrie said the court is in effect the maximt~m sentence could give in ~he State statute says a not be kept in the his 21st birthday. By good time based on the his sentence, fBrimmer eligible for discharge hs 21st birthday. New books added Crook County Library Children - What A Bird? - Garelick; ful Quiet - ~Iorvabh; Gii~t - Benne~tt. Adult - The Teena Cool, book - Adams; War d Horseback - Longstreet; Human - Dickson; ,Mr. Pla,~et - ~el~ow. We Just Want to Sell You One of These ge Monaco 2-Dr. - - - White vinyl top, power steering, power brakes, air conditioning, 26,000 miles, plenty of left on this !leavenly red and wihte beauty. 1968 CHEVROLET NOVA 4-DOOR 6 cylinder, stand. trans. $1695 1967 FORD CUSTOM 4-DOOR V-8 Engine, stick, air cond. $1595 1963 CHRYSLER NEWPORT 4-DOOR V-8 Engine, PS, PB, auto trafns. $695 1962 PLYMOUTH VALIANT a-DOOR 6 cyl., AT $395 1962 CHEVROLET NOVA CONVERTIBLE 6 cyl., AT, R, H $495 1960 CHEVROLET STATION WAGON V.8 Stick, R, H $295 1967 GMC CHASSIS & CAB 1 TON V-6, 4-sp., R.H., PTO $1495 1967 CHEVROLET 3/4 TON Comb. box, R, H, 4-speed $1995 1965 CHEVROLET 4x4 PICKUP 292 six cyl., 4-sp. radio, heater $1295 1965 FORD F100 4x4 PICKUP V-8, 4-sp., hubs, overhauled $1795 1964 4x4 SCOUT Equipped with half cab~ hubs $895 A THOUGHT FOR TODAY: Success is a matter of not so much of talent opportunity as of concentration and perserverance.-C. W. Wendte. 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