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April 14, 1977

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APRIL 14, 1977 THE SUNDANCE TIMES CROSSWORD PUZZLE T OD Ay 15 AN 5WI1~11 ACROSS 40 Concur I Support 41 Woe is me! | The mating DOWN , , ,~ ~ : game I Male voices 10 Jai -- 2 Hamburg's II Tiny brook port ~ "~ '~ 'I 1114 t,~eBenumb 3 Found unaware (2 wds.) "m L. i " ,, w.t l th's I ~ ,! ., ~ ~ ~":' ' ~ thm'oughly tagalong $ Volcanic 12 -- ineognita 7 Bufld/ng roof goddess ~tension ZZ TradlUonal 18 Gasped S Sin's lmowledge 30 ff ~e(SP.) "turelng ~ Buffalo night .to Bm 31 essence day" Z5 Vestige m Harp cc~ (3 wda.) M Parasitic-M Meilation 9 Alm0et a like , I ill i 18 ~s~xtiVegrad . a d v W Emure urlaganpervim treiningpro n attheUn/ eraityd ymalagfur Wyom g mghw.y em oy .re le*] Ke.e 27--add / , I I lm I IWJ I foreman from Sundance; J. K. Johns, maintenance technician, Sheridan; Charles Hook, --te--ce fo'~um, B'nlo; " M. K. Wrlght, shoP fore--,Newcaatle. . ~(abbr')E~~~ ~~-- Four one-week training sessions are being conducted by the College of Commerce and of ,,,,a M em nt S i s. [uw Photo by I,/or Citizers Need to il, The Crook County As- ___ I,.,,. . and 17 at the Washakie ~C~w------~-~y .ses~_r's office said Tuesday Wee. Picnic County Fairgrounds. Classic in cookies and M ~e~or that May 1 is the deadline for - .... Boys events include saddle cakes, caraway s eea can I~ m" I ~ applications for senior citi- 'I~ tt~M~.hll~.dl]l|l{:~ bronc riding, bareback hronc also a~oapolgnan~mvor toIII AI~ in i: I" i I sans sales tax refunds. - ....... riding, bull riding, call rop- s,auerKraut, nooo,es ano I I I I IM i County Assessor Vic Cole The Wyoming State in~, dally team ron/n~, steer cheese. dth sis for s leSo etyofC orma hold r est . and bbe'n oo .. .... n ' " .... " More tnan z~ PilliOn Torto~'s 65 years and older on dis- then" sprmg ptcmc April 24 at Girls events are ribbon checks are written in this foe ~-,' I I I abled with limited income, or Prentice Park, Santa Ana, snatching, barrel racing pole country each year. couples - one of whom is 65 and over or disabled. To apply, persons should contact the assessor's office. Information needed includes birthdates, social security numbers and amount of 1976 income. Cole said that for the benefit of those persons who are unable to get to Sun- dance, he will be in Hulett from 1-3 p.m. April 18 at the Women's Club building, and at the Moorcroft city hall April 20 from 1 to 3 p.m. The assessor also urged people who haven't returned the original copies of their assessment schedules to do ~o as soon as possible. gI MU SORORITY HOLDS MEETING, Thirteen members met April llth at the home of Doramay Blakeman. It was voted to continue to give the awards for the "Favorite Foods Contest" held during the Fair for the next two years. Committees were appoint- ed for the Mother's Day Tea to be held May 7th. A Girl of the Year and Pledge of the Year were selected but were not re- vealed at the present. The Girl of the Year will be honored at Founder's Day to be held April 23rd in Upton and we will honor the Pledge of the Year ourselves. Linda Petersen presented her program on "Lively Arts, 'IV". TV is the most influential form of communi. cation in all of history. Nine- ty-Six percent of homes have TV and more than four billion is spent on TV advertising each year. The average TV set is on six hours a day. TV is used in schools, hospitals, businesses, satellites, as well as for entertainment. She also covered many more interes r g facts r.egarding TV. Hoist se ed as auc- tioneer for the potholder auction, after which lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be April 25th with Linda Peter- son hostess. Calif. from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. bending, goat tying, break- All Wyomingites living in away roping, dally team rop- southern California are in- ing and ribbon roping. vited to bring a picnic lunch Rodeos start at 1:30 p.m. and meet old friends and both days. Stock contractor make new ones. Free coffee, is Ed LeClair. entertainment and prizes will A dance will be held be provided. Saturday evening with live music by the Van/shh~g Am- High School ericans. Rodeo Set Egyptian Bread The history of sour dough The Worland High School breads goes back almost Rodeo Club is sponsoring its 6,000 years to the Egyptians. t hir_d_ annu~_ _r~leo April ]6 .................... of Values One Group Men's One Group Reg. to $14, Men's Values to $5.00 One Group Ladies uses mac 3 DAYS ONLY -Thurs., Fri., Sat. SPEARFISH ONLY WITH EACH *3 FOOD PURCHASE Pine-apple Grapefruit Juice Texun 46 Oz. Macaroni c~.. $1.25 3 llm. Tomato Jnice Campbell's Keebler 1 lb. Old Home Sweet Rolls 10c Off Reg. Price Almond Joy Peter Paul12 Oz. $1.25 Family Size 4.99 Tomato Juice Campbell's 46Oz. Circus Peanuts S.~e,'s lb. 69c o din lb. 49c the Shell Nilla Wafers Nabisco Sliced Lunch Meat Calif. Head Fresh lb. 49c Texas Ruby Red Grapefruit 5 for $1.001 Tropicana Pure White or Red Signmn's 8 Oz.: Bologna, Liver Loaf, Olive Bglogna, Salami. 69c Loaf, Beef lb. 15c Prices in This Ad Good April 14-15-16-18-19-20