Newspaper Archive of
The Sundance Times
Sundance, Wyoming
April 17, 1969     The Sundance Times
PAGE 4     (4 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 4     (4 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 17, 1969

Newspaper Archive of The Sundance Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2021. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

[ Sundance high school placed second in the business skills tour- f~ey held at the National College of Bus~ness in Rapid City Satur- day. Pictured left to right are Du. Local Girl Scouts At Casper Event Two Sundance Cadette Girl Scouts, Karen Ford and Shannon Lee, were among 180 Girl Scouts from Wyoming attending a Sen- ior-Cadette event sponsored by the Casper Girl Scout Council Friday and Saturday. The local girls were accompa- nied to the meeting by Mrs. Pat- terson Keller, leader of Cadette ana Har~l, local commercial tescher; Cathy Helmer, Li~luy H~per, Pennle Foil snd Peggy Dillon. Susan Nus~aum, another individual winner, is not shown. ects The Sundance American Legion Auxiliary at its meeting April 8 announced that it ,will send a second girl to this year's Girls' State ~hrough the assistance of the Rebekah Lodge and Xi :Mu Sorority chapter. Schools from four states com- .pe~ed in ,the ourney with Cros,by, N. D. finishing first, St. iMartin's Academy ,third and Kadoka fourth. The local school received a trophy for its second place finish. Individual placings by local studen.ts were: Peggy Dillon, 1st, bookkeeping; ,Lindsay ~ooper, 4 th, :bookkeeping; Susan Nuss baum, 2nd, shorthand; Pennie Fall, 3rd, shorthand; and Cathy Helmer, 2rid, advanced typing, and 4th, shorthand. to Camp ~ "~ Tri-County Electric Associatl0~.~ | ors, candle making; Anna ,Mauch, Inc., Sundance, announced flail| plastic bot~tle crafts; "Bob Cronn, week it has received approval 0 | flatiron collection; Neda Zimmer- sehied, old ibo,ttle collection; In- n /o tifg [ yah Kara Homemakers, Sundance m]ssmn ~ce Co~ Homemakers, Wool Growers Aux- TCE~. said ~he new rates ~111| iliary, Crook County Co~belles, result in an estimated savings.,t~| Aladdin Homemakers, Elva Cra- members of approximately $1~,'[ Troop 13 in Sundance. Claudette Kanode was selected go and Jean Jones and ~Marion 000 yearly. 1~| as the chapter's second delegate. Two Crook county 4-H mem- ,Bailey. The new rates ~vere reee~t~| All three participated in work- The Auxiliary had previously bers have been selected by their Free ,coffee and cookies will adopted by the T~EA board~| shops Saturday. Miss Ford was selected G ena Orr to attend Girls soil and water conservation dis- be served during the showy with directors and have been appro ~|. registered in a modern dance workshop where the girls learned State. triers to .attend 444 conservation cookie recipes available Ior pur- by the Rural Electrification 1~ | The Auxiliary is also sponsor- camp June 9-14 at the Heart 6 chase. Admittance to the show ministration. | a dance presented to the entire ing Becky Kummcrfeld, daughter~aneh near Jackson, according to will be 25 cents and door prizesTC,EA said reductions ha~I assemblage at an aft~,rnoon pro- of,Mr, and ~Mrs. Fred Kummerfcld, County Agent Warren Ferreil. will ,be offered. gram. Miss Lee ,was in a drama work-IMoorcroft, The two delegates are Perry Further information on the been made for almost every se .,l shop and toured the Kelly Walsh Poppy posters ,were also judged :Livings~ton, ]~edwater SWCD, and Hobby Day is available from Mrs. ice classification from residentt#I (luring the meeting ,with Linda "Becky Smith, Buffalo Belle dis- William Crago, show chairman, ,to large indu~rial. .i| high school stage and saw a clos- Pulse winning first place, Diane ~ri,cf. or County rHome Economist Vir-The first billing period undf| ed circuit television presentation the new rates will be April 15 ~| of the play, "Funny Girl," being Willa:ford second and Jeanne Sponsoring the two delegates ginia ~amsey. Ulrich third. Cash .prizes of $3, are the Redwater, "Buffalo Belle May 15 with the first bills undO| department.dne by the Kelly Walsh drama $2 and $1 were awarded. Miss and ,Devils Tower soil and water about June 1. ,Copies of the ~e | Mrs. Keller attended work- Pulses poster ,will be entered in conservation districts and the h Gro rate schedules will ,be available| shops on the national and inter- the district contest at Sheridan Crook County 444 Council. YO| t the lower rates .being maile;| national scouting events open to April 20. Alternate delegates are Linda e" a.t the TCEA office ,by May 15..#| scouts from Wyoming. ,Making her official visit wasSimons, Redwatcr district, and H01 I Beset |ts Tri-County said the amount o*| Mrs. William Wintermute, Gil- Ann Larsen, Buffalo "Belle. saving for each consumer will d~| le'tte. After her report she pro- Delegates from all 23 counties l'er pend on their individual level 0~| Legion, Auxiliary seated a past president's pin, a ,will .be attending the camp. Ac- For Eas Seal use but that the overall avera'g$| gift from the local group, to Mrs. tivities will include fiOd work on reduction will be about 10 Per'| District Meetings Freda Petcrson. range conservation and manage- Two local youth groups recent- . Refreshments ,were served by meat, wildlife conservation, ~vater ly conducted their annual bene- ceI~ addition to the overall red~ Mrs. L. O. Tracy. conservation developmentand fits for the Easter Seal Society, tips in revenue, TCEA also t~,i Set at Sheridan Next meeting of the group ~ill use and soil conservation. IMrs. Rose Zelle Proctor said this duced the differential between'| be held ~ay 13 at the home of Other activities will include week. classifications of service to mol~i| District No. 5 American Le- ~Mrs. Vera 'Melanson. horseback riding, fishing, swim- The Spoons and Spools 4-H nearly reflect the cost chara cte~I gion and Auxiliary spring con- ruing and boating. Day even.t in Sundanee April 4 isties of current operations. :| and collected $33. The girls have ventions will be held in Sheridan sold the lilies for the past eight Tri-County said one of t~! April 20. One hundred members g B years with the proceeds going most significant factors ~n Wii| of the two groups from northeast SHS Students Plannin ooths ,o the Easter Seal :Society, the new rate schedules is the a,ce0~i::| Wyoming are expected to attend. Auxiliary meeting, s will start at rH bbyD Wyoming Association for Crip-providingplishment of a longtimeone.cent el~ctrictt~!|gal:~| 1 p.m. at the Western Coffee Place Second In Foo ;0r;;"y pledAprilChihlren11,theandEpiscopalAdUltS'Young The firm said the end block ~| Shop with the I,egion me~,tlngs Sev r" o ga izat'ons and indi- Churchmen held a spaghetti sup- residential and small commerd~i:| scheduled at the same time at NCB Tournament viduals will have booths in he per at the Episcopal parish hall rates will be one cent per k~ | the American Legion Hall. A . Crook County Extension Home- and raised $50. The group has The association said that ~l~| combined banquet will be held at Sundance high school business ~akers Hobby Day shaw here held the event for the last three though the new schedules are ~'| the Legion Hall starting at 6:30 students placed second Saturday April 24. The event will .be held years, restricted to electric hea~i~}_:" p.m. in ~he National College of Bust- in the American ~Legion hall start- . All plannin,g, cooking and serv- loads, customers who use lar~~ ~rs. Versa ~Bosley, national hess skills tournament in ]{apid ing at 1 p.m. mg ~vas done ,by the young pep- quantities of energy, such as ~0f vice president of the American City, according to Duane Hart], Booths are planned by: Devils ple. The group also extended heating, will ,be able ,to ,buy a Legion Auxiliary, will be the ban- commercial teacher who ac- Tower VFW Auxiliary, flag eti- its thanks to ~rs. Chester Jacob. large part of their service at oa~ quet speaker, companied the 13 students, quette; ~Make and ~ake Homemak- sen. cent per kwh.