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/ The Southern Belles, "Darlings Hard zoed',, "Queens of Big Time Basketball," will appear in Sundanee Sunday night. They "will be opposed Jby the Sundance high school faculty team. Game time is set ~or 8 p.m. in Che ,high school gymnasium. The Sundance senior class ~s sponsor- ing the event. Tickets at the door will cost $1.50 bu.t advance tickets will be $1.00. Senior class members will canvass the town selling advance tickets. The Southern Belles, ~he coun- try's top professional girls' team, plays 180-200 games a season, all against men's teams. A special halftime show will also ,be pre- sented featuring every girl on the team. trot. A~ril 11: William DeVillenuve, Upton. April 12: Michael ,Frolander, Sundance. Dismissed April 7: Donna Hart, Sundance. Craig ~Mathews, Sundance. Robert Roadifer, Sundance..paul Szyman. ski, Sundance. Alice Lollar, Moor. croft. Mikel Erland, Moorcroft. .Sharon Materi, Upton. Helen Bal- lard, Gillette. April 9: Tommy Evans, Moor. croft. James Williams, Moor- croft. Kim Newlin, .Upton. April 11: Marie Smith, Sun- dance. April 12: Sharleen Harness, Sundance. by significant percentages. Early experiments on oats showed no difference in yield ,between treated and untreated plots, although the Simazine treated plots had 12 percent more 9rotein. But oats seed from those treat- ed plots produced yields in- creased by gl-4~ percent in later field tests. Dr. Ries continued to test these seeds in growth chambers and in the greenhouse with the same results. The seed- lings that grew from higher protein seeds4hose that were grown in soils treated with Sim- azine-were 20 to 50 percent larger than seedlings grown from normal protein seed. The "why" still remains a question, and Dr. Ries is trying to determine which chemicals will give similar results to other crops. Memorial Hospi Admitted April 7: Donna Hart, Sun- dance. Sharleen Harness, Sun- dance. Patricia Duca, Sundance. Quinton Gladson, Sundance. April 8: Kyle Gilbert, Sun- dance. Ellen Russell, Moorcroft. Kim Newlln, Upton. April 9: James Gordon, Aladdin April 10: John Homnack, Sun- 4~mce. Charles Williams, ~Moor- Lyle Crosby, Inspector Weed Killer Causes IncreNe in Grain Yields Dr. S. K. Ries, Professor of Horticulture, Michigan State Uni- versity has found that by adding a chemical weed killer "Simaztne" to the soil at planting time will increase the total protein content of several crops. The herbicide, which costs less than $1.00 per acre to apply, in- creased the level of crude protein FLBA Manager Attends C(mventlen in Omaho U. A. Jarvi, manager of the ,Federal Land Bank Association at Belle Feurche will be in Oma- ha April 17-18 for the annual con- vention of association managers and fieldmen. Assistant manager Lauren Christy will also attend the meet- ing which will be attended by 125 managers and fieldmen from Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming. ,,/i,i:i::!~ : :~ ; i~i :~,,i'i ii~'! ,iii ?,i,:~ ,:~ii~ "~'~ii ~s & Spools 4-H Club ~ at Weugh Home The regular monthly meeting of the Spoons & Spools 4-H Club was held April 1'I at the Lester Waugh home. ,Main topic of discussion at the meeting was Rural Life Sunday ,which will be held ~May 18. Shirley Durfee was appointed to find a reading to give for t,he program. During the meeting, Shirley Durfee was elected vice president to replace Linda ,Pulse who will be moving. Refreshments were served after the meeting by Susan and Vicki Waugh. 'Next meeting of ,the club will be held May 9 at the Jay R. Dur- fee home wiCh members practi- cing for the Rural Life Sunday program. Carl Schulze arrived April 5 from Vietnam where he works in construction, to visit ,his mother Mrs. Florence Schulze and other relatives here until Friday. He also plans to visit his sister Mrs. Dorothy Lewis in San Antonio, Tex. before returning to Vietnam. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundm~ce, Wyo. April 17, 1969 NOTICE TO CREDITORS ,~ In the Matter of the Estate! ,Chester E. ,Brosa, also known Jack Brosa, No,tice is hereby given letters of administration been granted to ,the administratrix by the Court of Crook County, in the above estate, and persons having claims said est,~te .are required to them with the necessary in t'he office of the Clerk above named court or to them with the necessary on or before six months April 17, 1969 the date of first publication of this the undersigned at the law offices of ~Hughes in Sundance, and if such~ claims are filed or exhibited, :they will forever barred. Dated this 17th day of April, 19' Beryl A. ~Brosa, Administratrix . Reynolds & Hughes, Attorne~ April 17-24 ~May 1 WEEKLY SIOUX CITY ., STOCKER-FFEDER SUMMAR~ :Sioux City, Io~wa -- A 3,554 head of stoekers, fee and calves ,went to cornbelt lots this week through the Sic City ,Slockyards, according to ,,res relented by the ~Market News l~;ranch. This compared with 4.037 head r)revious week and 612 head than lhe corresponding 3,ear a~o. Feeder steers and heifers calves were steady [o mos,tly hi~her. ,Choice 9004075 steers sold from oacka~e at $29.50. Steers ing 700-800 lbs. brought 30.00. Sfeers weighin ]bs brought $29.50 to Choice 500-600 Ibs. short lings brou~"ht $32.00 to Choice heifers weighing ]bs. brought $25.00 to 600-700 lbs. heifers sold 29.75. Choice 500-600 Ibs. $27.50-29.00 with loads at 30.00. Choice steer calves ranl from $32.50 to $34.00. heifer calves brought $28.00 $ao.5o. Average steer ,weights 740 lbs. this week compared 727 lbs. a week ago. steer prices this week $29.36 compared with $29 week ago. Steer calves an average of 437 lbs. this and sold for an average of Heifer calves weighed an of 424 lbs. and sold for an erage of $29.51. "Queens of Big Time Basketball Playing Here 8 p.m. Sunclance High School Gymnasium ADMISSION PRICESI $1.50 at Door $1.00 Advance Sale Sponsored by SHS Senior Class