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LIVEWIRES CLUB During the 1972-73 club year, there were 25 members in the Carlite Live~ires Club. The club's money-making pro- ~qconsisted of serving two ~ts ~ the club donating $25 each to the Moorcrdt and Sendance 'teen centers and to the ambulance fund. Coutribu- ~ions were also made to a mem- orial fund and to a .family. Elva Crago received blue rib- boas fzom the state convention YARC BIKE-HIKE EVENT SCHEDULED HERE SATURDAY Annual Bike-Hike event for the retarded has been scheduled for May 11 in Stmdance, according to Tom Nerdenstam, sponsor for the Sundance Youth Association for Retarded Citizens. Nordenstam said the event will st~ at 10 a.m. with volunteers biking or biking over the 24-mile course. He said business firms and individuals have been ask- ed to pledge so much per mile for each mile ridden or walked bYAParticipants. $25 sav~ bond will be awar&d to .the person raising the most momey. Participants will meet at the fooR~l field wi~ Sheriff John Peterkin, honorary chairman, leading ~ procession out of town. The com'se will run through the business district, out State Highway 116 past O'Haver I-Iill and 2~m. Check poims will be set up at ~tervals along the ro~ to ckx~k ~e miles ridden and walked by sIxmsoxs are asked to contact Nerdenstam. Pledge forms a~e also available ~t Sundance Righ School. COUNTY, SUNDANCE GET FED MONEY Region IV grant applications for federal funds were reviewed last month by the Governor's Planning Committee on Criminal Athninistration during its spring meeting in Riverton. The Sundence Police Depart- meal which asked for $270, re- ceived $270 fox equipment while the Crook County Sheriff's office ~mght $1,800 for equipment and was .mnted $846. Crook County District Com-t requested $I,260 and received $270 for equipment. No action was taken ou the Moorer~ Police Department's whx%e,ctthfox $1,100 for c~struction e mental health center's request for $8,413 for a youth In~muntswas rejected. requested and allow- ed for other counties in the area were (funds ~equested listed first): Campbell $28,071.99, $8,651; Johnson - $37,809.77, $28,310.77; Sheridan- $161,00&07, $37,Z58; and Weston -$39,690, $27,351. Area state coctm~ttee mem- bers attending the spring meet- ing were Cecil Hughes, Sun- da~:e; and Paul T. Liamos, New- castle. Also attending were County Commissioner Neal Gar- man and Sheriff John Peterson, Sundance. THE SUNDANCE TIMES $uaduce, Wyo. May 9, 1974 Moorcroft area; and Mrs. Cleo Roberts, Sundance area. The school district's central of- fice in Sundance said candidates must live in the area for which they file. This year, candidates do not file a nominating petition as in previous years and must file with the county clerk instead cf the central office. May 20 is the opening day of the filing period which ends on July 8. on her brown jugs from bottles and a ceramic plate. During the year, nine dem- onstrations were held and re- turned to the club. Three club memhers--Alice Sclmricht, Elva Crag(} and Ger- trude Kokesh--had perfect at- tezadance for the year. Fifteen yea~ certificates went to Flo- rence Brunson and EIva Crago while Carol Altaffer received a 10-year certificate and Juanita Griffith one for five years. COMMERCIAL CLUB TO HEAR BH P & LC PRESIDENT SPEAK Robert Asheim, Rapid City, Black Rills Power and Light Co. president, will be the featured speaker Friday night during the dinner meeting of the Sundance Commercial Club. The club's meeting will be held at the Am Cafe starting at 6:30 p.m. Asheim will discuss his com- pany's plans for construction of a 3330 megawatt, 230 KV power transmission line from the Gil- lette area to Spearfish. The public is invited to hear Ashdm ~ about 7:30 p.m. following ~ dinner. The club's business meeting will follow Ash- elm's talk. t SCHOOL TRUSTEE ELECTIONS ARE SET DURING AUGUST Crook cmmty's school board election will be held during the August primary election this yeex, as a result of legisWdve actiou. Three board members will be elected this year for full terms, which will apparently be for three years. In addition, a trus- tee will be elected to serve the unexph'ed term d Wayne Shaw, who moved from the Hulett trus- tee area where he was elecked. Ted Wilson, Hulett, appointed previously to fiU the vacancy, will serve until Sept. 1 when the new trustees take office . Board members whose terms are expiring are William Spang- let, Hulett area; William Semlek, Miller Creek By 0pal 0udin Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and Danny shopped in Sundance Monday ~ming. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Schoepp called at White's Wednesday evening and Paul Conzelman called at Whites Saturday evening. Helen Ellard and Terry Weichert were Sunday dinner guests at the Herman White home. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gaines and Catherine were in Rapid City IVlonday where Cathy kept a doc- tor's appointment and was test- ed for allergies. Billie Jo Rthbun spent the weekend with Jell Gaines. Mrs. Bob Gaines an d children shopped in Sundance Sat- urday. Mr. and Mrs~ Bill Habeck at- tended a bridal shower for Bon- nie Zimmerschied at the David Roberts home Wednesday even- ing, Philip Habeck visited Jeff Lamb. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Habeck dined with Mr. and Mrs. Neal Carman at Mateo Village Fri- day evening. Philip Habeck was a supper guest of Jeff Lamb at the Jerry Kanode home Friday evening and then went coon-hunt- ing. Paul Cenzelman and Roy called at Habeck's Sunday fore- noon. Mrs. Neal Garman was in Sun- dance Wednesday and called on Mrs. Hal Oudin Sunday aRernoon. Neal German transacted business in Sundance Friday. Jelmie Rathbun spent Thurs- day-Sunday at the Rathbun ranch with her pareats, ~he Che,mey Rathbun's, and was home for Melody's wedding. R_o~er Rath, bzm mille a bus~ess ~tr]p to Sun- dunce Men. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bowlsby, Portland, Ore., spent Thursday-Saturday evening at the Roger ~ home .in Sundance over the weeke~. Mrs. Bowlsby is a sister of Ken Hutdm~s. Todd Beagle spent the weekend as houseguest of Ken Rathbun. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Barnes and Lois spent Saturday everdng at the Roger Ra~bun home. The Roger Ra~hbtm family, Todd Beagle, end Mr. and Mrs. Bowlsby dined at Mateo Village Safm'day even- ing. Melody Rathbun and John Ten- ke were married Friday attL~- noon, May 3, at a beautiful lawn ceremony at the Roger Rafl~bun home. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin trans- acted business in Sundance Thur., visited Mrs. Annie Oudin and were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Penn Smith. They were Sat- urday overnight guests of Annie Oudin and were supper gues~ of Mr. and Mrs. Penn Smith. They were Saturday overnight guests THE SUNDANCE TIMES Continuing The Crook County News (An Independent Newspaper) Class Postage Paid at Sundance, Wyoming 82729 Entered as Second Class Matter in the Post Office at Sundance, Wyoming 8272@ Member National Newspaper Association The ~Jndance Times is a legal newspaper for all publications Published Every Thursday by The Times Publishing Co. John E. Llndsey, Publisher Charlotte L Lindsey, Circulation Manager Howard Allen, News Editor and Advertising Manager Note: If changing Address, PLEASE INCLUDE FORMER ADDRESS Also give ZiP CODE, Box or Street Address. SUBSCRIPTION RATES To P. O. Addcess in Wyoming and Butte, Lawrence and Carter Counties, $5.00 per year. To P. O. Address Outside Wyoming, $5.50 per year. Minimum Subscription, 6 months ...... $3.50 POSTAL REGt&ATIONS require that subscriptions be paid in edVarl~. of Annie Oudin also. Stanley Wei- jek, Ore., and daughter, Mrs. Paul ~k, Cheyenne, Wyo., v:sited Sunday afternoon and eve- n!ng at the Hal Oudin home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Grubb were also Sunday evening callers at Oud- ia's. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Engelhaupt and Jerry shopped and transacted business in Sundance Wednesday. WOMEN GOLFERS PLAN ACTIVITIES Annual meeting of the Sun- darr.e Women's C-off Association was held Sunday with plans being made for this summer's goWmg season. The women's tournament was discussed and June 18 was select- ed as the date which will be sent in for approval. Opening the season will be a kickoff breakfast at the Are Care May 18. A short meeting will also be held. All interested worn- en golfers are invited to at- tend. During the meeting, new fig" ures for handicaps were ed. This year be figured on a 30 perceat Members were reminded to turn in score cards of all thdr zounds and to also indicate number of putts per hole. Prizes will be awazxted at the end the year fox the average for most putts and for least putts. A care box is located outside the club- house. Members were told that in the clubhouse is the hostess-game chart. were reminded to sign up for a~ event. The assoc.~tion voted to have steaks every Thursday fox $3.00. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank our frie~, neighbors and relatives for the cards and letters I received while 1 was a Imtient in the VA HoP pital at Minneapolis. Sid Dinkins Snowmobilers... 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