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II ,win be a place winner in the contest. The achievement day program was held in the afternoon." The program opened with a salute to IFFA Awards --Teachers (Continued from First Page) cial, and Donald Yestness, coach- ing and scoial studies. The grade school faculty remains the same with Myron Scarborough principal. Other grade school teachers are Mrs. Eunice Brown, Grades 1 and 2; Mrs. Kenneth Stoddard, Grades 3 and 4; and Mrs. Lee Waugh,. Grades 5 and 6. School Lunchroom Will be Operated Until School Ends Supt. Wes Huckins said Wed- nesday that .the Sundance school lunchroom will continue to operate a [e m the , The trephles went to left to until school ends this month. Were ~ies [ right, Guy Fowler, top livestockLast week, Huckins said closing li~ ~Ind ] Judger; Russell Tracy, top crop of the lunchroom on May 7 was ul ~ live- ] project; and Mike Llndsey, top being considered because no more l li~ project, state funds., for the lunchroom would be received this school year, In other school news, Huekins said that this year school will con- sunny DiVltle l~arln Duress i Meets at Hall April 27 Nearly 50 persons meeting of the Sunny Bureau April 27 at despite snow and icy road pancake and sausage "n served prmr to the meetJ g. nice Chatiield was the supper committee. During the meeting, rock Homemakers club local $125 to be used to for the new movie Chatfield also gave $27 in the same way. Deputy Game Warden Robinson spoke briefly session and furnished a for the Future." Chesney Rathbun Farm Bureau meetings tended and explained east Wyoming Livestock questionaire. Ken Hutchins was a help operate the projec the films shown during ing were "Portage to "Sea Chasers", "Bounty: Pines" and a W~lt The next meeting of tinue right up to the final day of will be held May 25 at ~-t'~n~ ~nT J~-- /'~ ,'~v p'~'t" yt,'a~ l~.-m~a~" ~e'a" _,P, rt'~t'3"a~v students have received days off]charge of the refreshments, during the final week while rec-]films have been scheduled ords Were completed. I meeting. The local also ttowever, tIuckins said that this lhoped to have District Fores