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Coach Ruth Baker's Sun- 31-30 for the JV champion- 8, Clingan 3. dance girls varsity had mixed ship. MoorcroR - 6 14 22 33 success in basketball action The results:, Sundance B - 3 10 11 26 Sundance - 4 13 17 27 last week, winning three Sundance - 8 32 36 44 Upton B- 2 11 18 20 MoorcroR- Robinson 6, games but losing in the finals MoorcroR - 12 16 24 42 Sundance - Humphrey 9, Rifle 6, Smoot 4, Gill 4, of the MoorcroR tourney Sundance - Bunney 1, P. V. Cooper 3, M. Cooper 6, Hickelmyer 2, Castello 11. Saturday. Macy 1, Moeller 14, Farrell Wyatt 2, Necklason 4, Hag- Sundance - Moeller 9, On the other hand, the 4, Grubb 17, A. Macy 2, erman2. Bunney2, Grubb2, A. Macy unbeaten junior varsity club Hibbard 2, Sisson 3. Upton - Sandra 2, Douglas 14. kept right on rolling, winning MoorcroR - Robinson 4, 8, Clingan 6, Evans 2, Fran- four games during the week Ririe 16, Irish 2, Gill 8, cis2. Sundance B - 7 15 17 31 including the JV champion- Hickelmyer 2, Castello 10. Moorcroft B - 7 15 19 30 ship in the Moorcroft tour- ney. In varsity play, Sundance Sundance B- 6 20 32 44 Sundance - 12 18 31 38 Sundance M. Cooper 7, Hulett- 2 9 15 22 Wyatt 2, Humphrey 9, Ts- MoorcroR B - 6 12 25 35 Sundance - Moeller 12, chetter 2, Roberts 2, Phillips knocked off MoorcroR 44-42 Sundance - M. Cooper 6, Farrell 2, Grubb 7, A. Macy 2, Hagerman 7. and bombed Upton 62-15 in Wyatt 2, Humphrey 9, 8, Cameron 9. MoorcroR - Zimmerschied conference games before Tschetter 2, Phillips 12, V. Hulett-Wilson 3, Wood 2,9, Kanode 6, Lawrence 6, startingmeet, play in the MoorcroR Cooper 2, Necklason 1, Ro- Hayes 6, Nuckolls 9, Ostby 2. Riech 2, Williams 2, Norman The Sundance girls opened berts 8, Hagorman 2. 1, Reaves 1, Hickelmyer 3. the tourney by defeating MoorcroR- ZimmerschiedSundanceB-6 18 26 34 Hule~t 38-22 and then bowed 4, Kanode 12, Lawrence 4, Hulett B - 0 3 5 11 Sundance's Stacey Moeller in the championship game to. Riech 13, Williams 2. Sundance - M. Cooper 10,was named to the all-tourney team while Monica Cooper MoorcroR 33-27. Sundance - 12 32 40. 62 Humphrey 10,. Hagerman 2, and Sandy Humphrey of In junior varsity play, the unbeaten Sundance club rol- Upton - 4 9 12 15 Phillips 2, Hoyer 2, Roberts Sundance were named to the led past MoorcroR 44-35 and Sundance - Moeller 19, P. 2, V. Cooper 4, Tschetter 2. junior varsity all-tourney Upton 26-20. In the tourney, Macy 6, Ferrell 2, Grubb I-1, Hulett - Nuckolls 2, Mc-club. Cameron 4, A. Macy 14, Amis 2, Patterson 2, Page 4, Sundance knocked off Hulett Sisson 4, M. Cooper 2. McRann i. 34-11 and edged MoorcroRUpton - Singer 4, Helwig Midwest's powerful wrestlers roiled over Sun- dance 42-20 in a dual meet held here Friday night. Coach Earl (}ray's Bull. dogs captured three of the first five bouts before Mid- west swept the remainder. The results: 98 - Wagner {S) and Albert drew, 3-3. 105 - Beagle (S} p. Eik- enberry, :57. 112 - Sprague IS) p. Arman :22. 119 - Daigh (Mr p. Simons Pesticide training sessions to give qualified persons an opportunity to become certi- fied private applicators of pesticides have been sched- uled at three locations in the county next week. Laverne Sail, Crook Coun- ty Weed and Pest Supervi- Land Bank Rural Home Loans If your dream home is in the country or in a town of 2,500 or Jess, a Land Bank Rural Home Loan could make your dream come true. Whether you want to build or buy, a Land Bank Loan offers reasonable interest rate, and friendly service. Come m get the Fede~ral Land Bank Amod tion. .of Wyoming 804 E. 4th St. Ph. 686-0280 4:34. 126 - Tschetter {S) won by default over Darling. 132- Pabst (M) dec. Beaudoin 10 - 2. 138 - Harshman (M) p. Farrell 3:38. 145 - Chapman (M) dec. Hagerman 6-0. 155 - Ragsdale (M) dec. Sowder 14 - 2. 167 - Bussohi (M) dec. Cunningham 10-2. 185 - Gunderman t M} p. Hammer 3:55. Hwt. - Whitehead (M) p. Anderton. sor, and Warren Ferreil, University Extension Agent, will conduct the sessions to be held in Hulett at the Civic Center on March 15 in Moor- croR in the basement of the First Presbyterian Church on March 16; and in Sundance in the Community Room of the courthouse on March 17. All sessions will run from I to 4 p.m. Federal regulations re- quire that individuals wish- ing to use restricted pesti- cides become certified as private applicators. All pea-. ticide uses will be classified as "restricted" or "general use." Certification will not be required until after Octo. ber, 1977. No formal tests will be given. Coffee and cookies will be furnished by the Bearlodge Building and Supply, Moor- croR State Bank and the Sundance State Bank. Further information may be obtained by contacting the county extension office. -norenceonbom The last few days have been sunny and warmer and today seems almost like spring here so we are hopeful of winter ending again before too long. Gospel Non - denomina- tional Christian Services c~ducted by the Misses Frances Hebb and Ruth Sa- ger a~ ~. ~at the Club a littI 'Pups Capture 88 - Gaines (S) p. Morey 1:56. 96- C. Cameron {S) p: Wolfe :52. JH Wrestling In junior high wrestling Tuesday, Sundance topped Hulett 45-24 in a dual meet held at Hulett. In B squad wrestling the same night, Sundance outwrestled Hulett 24-6. In an exhibition match, Sundance 152-pounder Gat- tis pinned Hulett's heavy- weight Ridinger in : 17. The results: 72 - Fish (H) p. Wilcox 4:36. 80- Abelseth (H) p. Myers 4:22 change. The Tuesday eve- Ring service is now sched- uled for Wednesday p.m. at 3:30. Rev. A. L. Cole of the Hulett Community Baptist Church leR Sunday by car for The American Baptist Black Forest Camp near Colorado Springs, Colo. where he is attending a Camp Directors Seminar from Monday Mar. 7th throt~h Wednesday the 9th. While there he is also able to visit his mother who lives near by and will have her 75th birthday. ' He ex- pects to return on Thursday Mar. 10th. Mrs. Utah Marshall spent several days last week visit- ing her parents and other relatives at Riverton, Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Strong and baby son Dustin of Upton, Wyo. were Sundan 104 - Johnston (S) dec. Roberts 7-5. 112 - Leinen (S) p. Stoltz 1:47. 120 - Baldwin {S) p. War- den 4:05'. 128- S. Cameron (S) p. Rathbtm :47. 138 - Moore (H) p. T. Guimond 4:30. 144 - McInerney {S) won by forfeit. 152 - Gattis {S) won by forfeit. Hwt. - Ridinger {H) won by forfeit. visif~rs at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lor- aine Brimmer, son Dan and grandmother Mrs. Serina Sims. Other visiotrs in the home the same day were their son Irwin, wife and two children Janice and Lyle, also Loraine's neice Mr. and Mrs. Roger Wood and three children. Congratulations are in or- der for Mr. and Mrs. Tim Moore who are parents of a baby girl bern Mar. 3rd at Belle" Fourche Health Care Center, little one weighed 6 lbs. and is named Jennifer Joy. Maternal parents are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jay and maternal great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Zack Jay. Paternal grand and great- grandparents are deceased. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lawrence spent a week in Casper visiting their son-in law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. David Wilson and children. Mrs. Shirley Leonard was very ill several days during the week suffering from flu and it's after effects but is greatly improved at this writing. Crook County nnu Stockgrowers ee Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Community Room Crook County Courthouse AGENDA I. Loss of G forms to go to South Dakota markets. 2. Grazing fee hearing. 3. Legislative Report. 4. Othe business. 5. Election of officers. This meeting is importantll All stockmen are urged to attend and ..:.,:,,,, Mrs. Oscar Conklin of Buffalo, Wyo. has been spending some time here with her father Ben Mahoney Sr. who hasn't been very well. She also has ~isited her sister Mrs. Lee Waugh and husband, her brother Ben B. and wife and other rela- tives. CARD We would like to those who have and generous prayers, gifts and the new baby ents. Also, a special Dr. Gattis who emergency basis such a fine job, staff at the hospital wonderful We county are very be recipients of vices. Pastor MARCH I0, 1977 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAINT DEALERSHIP? If you are presently in the paint business or to be, the West's fastest growing paint can show you how productive a KWAL paint can be. KWAL offers you a complete package competitive, top quality paint, wall paper and for both retail and commercial sales. Program marketing guidance, product information training. All inquiries kept confidential. Contact: Wm. R. KWAI An Equal Opportunity Company Denver Wyomingites... I Retailers and OHave you heard about the new Shaw Home Heating TtlATWlLi, SAVE 50% OR ON YOUR FUEL BILL? I For information on when our representative your area, call or write Beckstead's Fireplace 7] 436"93411 GLENROCK, ,m. o to the music of Fred Martin & The Country Action I 9 p.m. - 2 a.m. at the Somethin Ron & Stlni Muslc from 9