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May 7, 1970

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Fifty bulls will enter lhe salesring here Monday during the 45th sale of the Northeastern Wyoming Hereford Association. Buyers from several states are expected here for the event. R. A. "Dick" Mader, Gillette, is the auctioneer and sales man- ager for the spring sale. Sale time is 1 p.m. at the salesring located at the county fairgrounds. Lunch will be served by the Crook County Cow- belles. Consigning to this spring's event are Kent Robinson, A!va Hereford Ranch, Andy Policky and Sons, Kudlock Herefords and Hewes Ranch Herefords. Last spring, the association held its first sale since October 1967 and sold 49 bulls at an average price of $475.80. .Rod Stoltenburg was elected vresident of the Sundance Lions Club Thursday during a special meeting of the club at the Log Cabin Cafe. He sttceeeds Don Lee as president. In .addition ,to electing officers for 1970-71, the club made plans to con,tinue its light bulb sale on Thursday. 1970 The folowin,g Sundance busi- ness firms, organizations and in- dividuals have paid or pledged dues for 1970: Sundance Jayeees Small Homes CA). Champion Constr~ction Co. Crook County Abstract Co. Beagle Trailer Court Hi~ay Service Station Durfee's Tracy ~otor Co. Reynolds & Hughes Sundance State Bank Boyd's Super Market Top Typewriter Service, Sheridan Black Hills Alalmster Co. Apache WIotel Mona Short Line Tel. Co. Federal Land ,Bank Association, (Belle Skmr~e Dillon's Hard, rare & Furniture Bear Lodge ~Iotel The Sundance Thnes Sharps' Hardware Richard J. Macy The club said its annual light bulb sale held April 23 ~vas so successful that a new supply of bulbs has been obtained and will be .s(~ld Thursday, according to ~arvin Liewer, chub secre~ry. The club extended its thanks to local residents for supporting the sale which raises funds for the club's sight program. Other new ~fficers of ~he club are George I~tellier, first vice president; Duane Hartl, second vice president; ~Logan Bvimmer, third vice president; Marvin Lie- wet, secretary; 'Bob ~iller, treas- urer; Warren Ferrell, tailtwister; Delbert Harbaugh, lion tamer; and 't~ob Sherrard .and Harry Ha- beck, two-year directors. New officers start their :terms July 1. Hills Drive-In Spearfish, S. D. Ph. 642.2210 Fri., Sat., Sun. May 8-9-10 Michael Sarrazin "EYE OF THE CAT" For Mature Audience CampusTheatre W. Jackson and 3rd. Spearfhh , Tel. 642-4212 CARD OF THANKS We wish Co express our thanks to the hospital staff and Dr. Kunckel for the kindness and good care we received while in the hospital. Our thanks .also to the kind ~friends who sen~ cards and g~ts. 1~. Warren Glick and daughter April Dawn Friday, May $ Sundance Commercial Club, 6:30 p:m., Are Care. Saturday, /V~y 9 Crook County Extension Home- makers Clttbs' spring luncheon and council ,meeting, 9:30 axn., Stmdance school lunchroom. (Miss Crook County ~cholarship Pageant, 8 p.m., Sundance hlg~ achool gymnasium. Mondly, ~ 11 Northeastern Ws'oming Here- ~rd Associa,ti~n ~pring ~le, fair. grounds, Sundarme. WedneKlay, May 13 Bear Lodge Sn~vm~bile Assn., 7:30 p.'m., Ar~ Ca~e. Sunday, May 17 Rural Life S~mday, Devils Tower National ,Monument, lower picnic area, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Thursday Shows 7 & 9:15 Admission: $1.25 Best Picture of the Year "MIDNIGHT COWBOY" X Rated - No One Under 18 Admitted Friday, Saturday Shows: 7 & 9:20 The m0st explosive .,,-., of this century! r T[CHNICOLORe Sun., Mon., Tues. Shows: 7 & 9:10 Maggie Smith - Academy Award Winner Best Actress "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie" Rated GP 4 Prairie Pals 4-H Club Meets at Rhodes Home Regular meeting of the Prairie Pals 4-H Club was held at the home of ~Vlike Rhodes April 5. The club made plans to partic- ipate in Che Rural Life Sunday program. During June, the club ~vili be busy with the cemetery cleanup. A clu,b tour has been scheduled for June 7. Followiag ,the meetirLg, dinner was se ed. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. May 7, 1970 On Conservation Two county you,ths have been selected to attend 4-H conserva- tion camp near Jackson June 8- 13, according ~o C(mnty Agent Warren Ferrell. They are ~Bruce Cundy, Red- ~va.ter Soil and Water Conserva- tion ,District, and Lea French, Devils Tower Soil .and Waler Co~tserv~tion District. They were selected by ~cheir respective districts to attend the camp at the Heart 6 Ranch. Al.ternates are Gary Canfield and Joy Bell Jay. Sponsors of the ~unty dele.gates are the Re dwater, Buffalo ~e,lle and Dev- ils Tower soil and water co~,ser- ration districts. Attending the camp will be del- egates from 23 tounties. Activi- ties will include field w~k on range conservation and manage- ment, wildlife er conservav~ion and use, eoil gy, use ~f forest and park. l~ecreation ~ril~l back riding, and a gondola ride. Thursday, May 7 noodles, peanut es, peas, raisin Friday, May 8 - withes, corn, dow~ cake, mi.lk. (Monday, May 1,1 cheese, bread and es, peanut butter Tuesday, ~ay 12- sticks, green beans, din.g, milk. Wednesday, iVlay grawj, mashed salad, banana bread, TOO LATE TO ~Y),R SALE: 1968 283-3678. 1969 GMC 1 Ton Only 23,000 miles 1967 GMC 1 TON TRUCK $1495 1967 CHEVROLET TON Stock & grain box $1995 1965 CHEVROL 4x4 TON Dual Wheels $1295 1964 INTERNATIONAL SCOUT 4x4 $895 1964 FORD TON PICKUP $895 1961 INTERN B110 ToN $595 1958 INTERNATIONAL 4x4 PICKUP $495 1956 INTERNATIONAL 4x4 PICKUP $395 1957 FORD TON $25o rs, Buyers, Spectators Your Chrysler-Plymouth Dealer Ph. 283.1355 Sundence