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Local, County Persons Attend Library Meeting i i ! i ? ' ~i!i ~ ~ i:: i:~ i~i~ i~;~ :~i,~ Various awards, trophies and gifts will be presented Saturday night at the conclusion of the Miss Crook County Scholarship Pageant in Sundance. One of the six lovely girls competing will be crowned Miss Crook County and will don the queen's robes and crown shown above. The new Miss Crook County will also receive a $100 scholarship. Ten~ti~e plans to conselldate some of Crook ~oun~y's voting precincts were made Monday by the ~Board of County Commission- era. ~Final action on the consoli. datlons ~vill ,be made at the board's June meeting. Electors from the Farra.ll, In. yon Kate, Thorn, Tower and Pine Ridge precincts met with the commissioners Monday, to discuss the consolidations. Tentative plans call for Farrall to join Hay Creek With the new entity likely to .be called ~he Aladdin .precinct; Inyan Kara will join Sundarnce Outside; and Thorn, Tower and Pine ~q~idge will consolidate into one .precinct to be known as Tower Junction. The commissioners said no de- cision was reached on whether Williams precinct would become part of Sund~nce ,Ou~ide nor was any decision made on the possi- bility o~ the Elmore and Jenkins precincts becoming one rural pre- cinct. The commissioners have been cansidexirtg consolida.tion of some precincts for some time in an attempt to .hold down election costs. ~gures compiled ~ ~he coun. Local and county librarians and library board members attended the Wyoming Library Association convention in Cheyenne April 30 - May 2. The convention a~tract- ed 181 librarians and rus~ees plus book e~hibitors and sales- ~q,en. Attendirtg were ~rs. Wilma Knutson, Sundance school li- brarian; Crook County Librarian Freda Paterson; and ,Mrs. Edwin Hauber and ~rs. Woodrow Vore, coun,ty l~brazy board members. ~ghlights af the convention were a tour of the new Laramie County Library Tlv.z~sday nigh,t and a banquet (Friday evening. A chorus ~rom Cheyenne Cen~xal high school performed for the group. Speakers were heard by each division and various ideas pre- sen,ted. Book c~h~bitors from through. out the nation were represented and collections of interesting books were on display. Sundance Girl Receives Joe Watt Scholarfhip A Sundance girl, Peggy Dillon, 19, dau,ghter of Air. and Mrs. Rex Di'Hon, has been awarded a $400 Joe H. Watt scholarship for ace- demic excellence. She is a stu- dent at the University of Wyo- ming. ~iss Dillo,n and Larry Loren- Zen, a farmer Sundance resident, were am on,g the outstanding stu- ..... dents honored .at the recent rec- ognition dinner of .~he University of Wyomin~g Collegeof Com- merce and Industry. Trophy at the far left, donated by the Prairie Pals 4-H Club, will go to the most tal- ented non-finalist. Trophies shown at the right are: Miss Con- geniality trophy, right, Champion Construction Co.; first runner-up trophy, center, Boyd~s Super Market; and Miss Crook County trophy, Tracy Motor Co. Photo by Curt Moberg ty for the last pvhnary and gener- al eleotions show that the cost per vote in the precineia varied ~rom a low o~ $1.86 to a high of $12.6,5. These ~'Igures were arrived at by using a ~st figure of $6420.82 far the primary ~nd .general elec, tion~ combined i~n 1968 and the total votes cast in ,the .last gen. era,l election which nttm, bered 1761. Former Resident Wins New Car Life Insurance Meeting is Held A meeting on l~fe insurance was held in Sundance Friday by Aiim Helen ~liller, UniversRy of Wyomirtg ~ome managemen~ specialist. Miss *Miller ,gave many helpful ideas includin~g defini- tions of insurance terms. She also provided Crook county .with two kits She had prepared. The kRs include charts ~Rustrat- ing various .types of insurance. Organizations desirirtg to use these kits ,may obtain them from the county Extension ~xffive. Local AL Auxiliary Members Will Meet Regular meeting of the Sun- dance American Legion Auxil- iary will be held Tuesday night at the ,home of ~rs. ivan Cress- man. The meeting Will start at 8 p.m. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. May 7, 1970 A former Sundance resident, Mrs. Joh~ Trotter, Casper, won a 1970 Pl~mouth Superbird in a drawing held in Laramie recently. She is a daughter-in-law of Mr. and ~Mrs. ,B. E. Trotter, Sundance. The car was the prize in a raf- fle held to raise funds to ~inance a six-week European tour this sum,met ~or the 65member Uni- versity of Wyoming Collegiate Choral. Airs. Trotter, notified she had ~eon the car, was reported to have ~mmenCed that the orfly ,bird She had ever ~v~a before was a turkey. Stumblebum League Lists Season's Award Winners Top awards ~or the 196~-70 bowling season have been reveal- ed by the Stumblebum League a Krause Lanes, Aioorcr~ft. They are: High team ;series: 1. Krause Lanes 2863; 2. Farm Bureau In- suran,ce 2823; 3. The Sundance Time,s 2818. High ~ceam games: 1. Dillon's ttavdware 1015; 2. Krause Lanes 1007; 3. Buck's (Motor 1004. Individual series scratch: 1. Ruth Weaver 600; 2. Coralie Lub- ken and Charlotte Pollard 564; 3. Vera Aielanson 562. Individual series handicap: 1. Ruth Weaver 660; Vera Melan. son 646; 3. Lillie AieCuen 636. Airs. Aielanson received troi~hy. Individual game scrateh: 1. Charlotte Pollard and Aiargexy Sch,lattman 230; 2. Irene Buck- miller ~2~; 3. Ruth Weaver and Coralie ~Lubken 219. Individual ,game handicap: 1. Aiargery Schlattman 263; 2. Phyl- lis Queen 255; 3. Mary Jane Rhodes 251. P.hyllis Queen won ,trophy. Team standirtgs: 1. Krause ,Lanes; 2. The ~Sundance Times; 3. Dillon's ~Iardware. High series - WI~BC: ~Wmth Wea. ver. ~High average: Charlo~t 'Pollard 168. IMest improved av(~ra,ge: 1. ~Iary Ann Robinson 18; 2. Helen Zowada 17; 3. (~lenda Sapp 15. ,Perfect attendance: ,Betty Mont- ~gomery, Irene ~tmlcmiller, Phyl- lis Queen, I~ene Sipe. SHS Newspaper Receives High Rating in Contest "The Bulldog ,Bulletin," Sun- d~nce high .school .newspaper, has received an excellent rating in .this year's press contest co-spon- sored .by the Univexsity of Wyo- ming journalism depa~tmen,t and fhe Wyoming High .School Press A.ssociation. Other ratings were "El Lobe," Aioorcraft high school, good; and "Trumpeter," ~4ule~t high school, good. Newspapers ~vere judged on such factors as variety of cover- age, vitality, balance, writing style, head'lines, .layout, ,lyoogra- ,phy and photography. Visiting Mr. and Airs. Roger Thorson and family April 28-~a~, 6 were ,Mrs. Thorson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth MvKane of Steele, N. D. Action on several an ees featured ,meeting ~f the Council. Receiving its third being approved by was the so-called covering the dis and trash in Sundanee.i Revision o~ dealing with in,g was again ,tabled ell because the fire ,and ~he city attorney yet drawn up a, pproved-type tion on the revision ~va$ until June. Trailer parking ic also disvussed again will eon,taet State Ed Bradley and ford, D~partment of trict office, Gillette, the regulations of concerning trailer The city is dinance regalating trailers and mobile In other business, ask for a mill levy 650 in ,tax money for cal year. The $10,000 for ,the $2650 for ~he ~ire protection bond fund. Council members a $3800 bid from ~or two trucks, 1964 and Tracy submitted the Approval was also fo.ur dates - Aug. Nov. 1 and 15- on bars can remain ope~ restricted hours. Dates were selected the year by the co u~t~ loners. Albert H~ff Nairn appeared before ell to discuss the council gave its no objections to ~he filed. The Council also ~pplication for ,tail liquor license and (Margaret Jones to' sen and Marvin and Jones. The Commission must transfer. The council also the Sundanee Boy maintain ,the city in the past. Building permits were: Harold garage and rest Homes Co., house, R. J. :Macy, $2500, ~ay 3 Mr. and IMrs. and Dr. and ff~rs. R. ed at the Jim .I~beck evening during the ford Kennedy fed -hbeck" a eOul#le of' ~he latter had ~ lame Fr~nv2s Grt~bb ~ Fourehe 2~mrsday Onge Friday. The Sunday visitors to ~eterson. Air. and ~Irs. were in town TuesdaY, and Airs. Snider and Snell visited Mrs. at Che hospital. tier was at the and helped with J. W. Snider of UptOn day to Sunday ~elping during lambing. John Wri,~ht af day dinner ,guests Mrs. Paul Aieyers were eal,lers. Airs. Chipper relatives in ~iHings week. Ed Aiingery spent ternoon and ,eveniag bur C_xawfard home Airs. Lawrence Donna were Sunday tiers. dYlv. and Ail-s. Lee son were Friday of Mrs. Berniece ~Irs. Laurene AItafer day dinner guest.