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Track Action BOYS Hugh Palmer's Sundance turned in a strong per- at the Sheridan Relays placing second among said the team's per- was its best this year. Mont., won the points with Sun- with 54. up at Upton Friday and will be the district eight northeast In as- Sundance chances, said lack of depth will Cost Sundance the district ~id his team still has outstanding individuals to top five teams third consec- meet, the top in each event will the state meet in 17-18. meet, Slmdance evems. Ken Denzin place in the shot- and in the discus Livingston raced high hurdles in was the 880 Denzin, Glen Connally. finishes were 440 relay team (the as the 880 relay the two-mile relay Hibb~rd, Shoun Place finishers were: t~; Kelly Proctor- Henke, Discus; jump. were: Henke, Gerb.~, discus: pole vault; was the mile re- McLaughlin, Hib- and Durfee. freshman-sophomore aid at Gillette. ~owta~ngs were: 2. .hurdles; 2. Don jump; 3. Mike Sprague, long jump and 880; and 4. 2 mile relay team (Sprague, Shonn, Durfee, Farrell. GIRLS Sundance High School's girls track team won only three everas last week but Coach Mardell Palmer's team relied on its depth to pile up the .points and win the district track meet for the second year in a row. Mrs. Palmer, in discussing the state meet in Casper Friday and Saturday, said, "With 12 girls going .to state, the girls and I are being optimistic about the state championship." SHS girls qualifying for state are Renee Bailey, discus; Dabble Snyder, high jump; Kay Curtis, 880 ,relay; Julia Bnnney, mile; Cindy Sprague, long jump; Vicki Elwonger, mile, 880, high jump; Andrea Lee, softball, 440 relay, 880 medley ,relay; Peggy Durfee, 880 relay, 440 relay; Jerri Prid- geon, 440 relay, 880 relay, 880 medley; Perri Cameron, 440 re- lay, 880 relay, 880 medley; Di- anne Farrell, 100 meters, 80-yd. hurdles, 880 relay; and Stacey Moeller, 880 medley relay. In ,the district meet, the Sun- dance 440 relay team came home a winner in :56.4, narrowly mis- sing the state record of :55.3. Other first were scared by EI- wonger in the mile run and by Smder in the high jump. Other Sundance platings in the meet were: 100-yd. hurdles: 3. Farrell; 4. McInerney. 100-yd. dash: 5. Pridgeon. 880: 3. Elwonger; 5. Anne Macy. 220: 3. Pridgeen. 80-yd. hurdles: 3. FarreU; 5. McInerney. 880 relay: 2. Sundance. Mile: 2. Bunney; 4. Macy. 880 medley: 2. Sundance. Long jtrmp: 3. Sprague. High jump: 2. Elwonger. Discus: 3. ~ley. ~:: Softball throw: .2. Lee; 5. Bail- ey. POKES ~Nilbur don'f win fhaf pool game in fhe nexf days, sornebody's goffa feed and wafer his hess!" TIME SHOULD _NEVER BE A PROBLEM V/HEN IT COMEs TO "DEPOSIT TIME" you need to make a late bank deposit, it easy for you. after hours depository is avail~able to you every day. is Hectic School Menus Monday, May 13 Weiners, bread and butter, green beans, jello, milk. Tuesday, May 14 - Pizza, cheese sticks, corn, fruit salad, cookies, milk. Wednes~y, May 15 - Chili and crackers, pears, chocolate cake, milk. Thursday., May 16 - Goulash, rolls and b~'/ter, peaches, milk. Friday, May 17 Toasted cheese sand~viches, carrot sticks, cookies, applesauce, milk. LOCAL GIRL SCOUTS TO HOLD BANQUET Sundance Girl Scouts have an- nounced plans for the annual" spring carry-in banquet which will be held Tuesday in the high school gynmasium starting at 6:30 p.m. All parents are asked to attend the eveat during w~ch the Girl Scouts will reo~ve awards and badges earned during the pre- vions year. Fly-up, bridging and capping cerernoaies will also be held. The Sundance Cadette troop will hold a special candlelight ceremony to close the program. Friday, May 10 Sundaace Commercial Club, 6:30 p.m., Aro Cae. Square dancing, 8:30 p.m., IO OF Hall, Sundance. Saturday, May 11 Snndance YAI~ Bike-Hike, starts 10 a.m., fairgrounds, Sun- dance. Tuesday, May 14 Sundance Girl Scouts banquet, 6:30 p.m, Sundance High School gymaasium. Thursday, May 16 Crook County Republican Wom- en no-host lunch, noon, Mateo Village. Friday-Saturday, May 17-18 Cleanup Day in Sundance. Weather The readings: Max.] Min. Prec. April 30 ................... 63 32 .01 May 1 .................... 73 35 0 May 2 ................... 71 35 .16 May 3 .................. 56 29 .02 May 4 ..................... 60 34 0 May 5 .................... 67 35 0 May 6 .................... 74 41 0 THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. May 9, 1974 GOLF CLUB PLANS SUMMER EVENTS Plans for the coming season were made Friday during the an- nual meeting of Sundance Coun- try Club. June 1 and 2 were selected as the dates for the annual men's ~m tournament. The event will aa l~hole tourney so that golfers can play the me~t all in one day. June 18 was selected as the date for the anrmal women's. invitational tournament. Annual dues approved during the meeting were: family - $100; single - $50; and junior (10-17) - $20 (week d~tys only). The ap- proved schedule of green fees is Monday through Friday - $3.00; Saturday, Sundays and holidays - $3.50; and juniors (10-17) - $1.00 (week days only). The club said golfers under 10 must be acvompanied by an adult and that d~es paid on a monthly basis are due the first of each month. Club d~rectors asked all golf- ers to participate in a work event this Saturday ~ternoon. Members are asked to report to the Clubhouse and ,receive an as- sigmnent from co~rse manager Nell Hoffine. The club will also contact the Gillette golf pros to see ff they are interested in giving lessons here. If they are, fees aad les- son dates will be annouced later. Farm Machinery & Equipment Auction We have sold our farm and will sell the following listed property at the place East of Belle Fourch on the Highway 212 to Orman Dam turnoff then 5 miles North and 1 mile East or 2V2 miles West of Nisland then 4 Miles North and 1 mile West. Saturday, May 1.8, 1974 LUNCH WILL BE SERVED SALE TIME 10:00 A.M. LIVESTOCK 1 Yearling Wether will be sold and donated to Gerness Twins. 4 head mixed age Suffolk Bucks. 3 head of Registered 2 year old Corriedale Bucks. TRACTORS AND MACHINERY 1973 7000 Diesel Ford tractor with cab, only 400 hours fully equipped (fluid), 1965 Ford Diesel 6000 Comander fully equipped, fluid and weights-- 1948 John Deere B tractor-- 1955 GMC 350 2 ton with stock and grain box and hoist, only 40,000 actual miles John Deere 24 T Bailer-PTO--Anderson Ac- cumulator and stacker head ~ John Deem 480 pull type swather and conditioner~,lohn Deem C1 i 12' field tiller--John Deem RG40 4 row corn cultivator, 3 pt. hitch ~ John Deere Killefer ditcher ~ New Holland Side delivery model 55 ~ Massey Ferguson 10' Tandem whel disc--two section Harrow Ford 4 row cam planter with 3 pt. hitch--Ev. erman 3212 Land Leveler, two years old-- John Deere 825 3xl4" bottom Spinner plow --GEM 5 ton wagon with 12' metal box and hoist---8 ton GeM wagon with box and Char- okee hoist--John Deere 3 pt. hitch blade-- Wayne pump with gas engine 2" in 1 ~A" out ~F!! Farmhand-scoop and grapple-fork-me. nure fork~10 x 20 Flat bed, good-built for 8 ton wagon--Clark 10 row Sprayer with 35" boom and 200 gal. tank~16 ft. 5" grain auger with 3/4 HP Electric motor- John Deere 4 wheel rubber tired manure spreader LARGE AMOUNT ---J. D. 2 row cultivator, Mc 3-5 cream separ- ator-- Stainless, McCullough chain saw--300 gal. gas tank on steel stand--J.D. No. 70 gas tractor, wide front, Power steerlng---New 3 pt. DuAl leader with sconp---Everson Land Leveler---Svoco 6" grain Auger on trector--- V 1ditcher on steel~Tumble bug fresno.-.Caso 4 row rear mount cultivator---3 pt. 2-soction spring tooth harrow--Oliver No. 107 5 bar side delivery rake---Electric 5025 feed wagon and box---Gehl heavy duty wagon and GeM feed box--Case Forage Harvester with 2 row corn head and hay head plckup--MM 2-16 tumble bug plow on rubber--Case 10' grain drill on rubber tires---2 two section harrows--- quite a lot of old machinery--J. D. 6 ft. tool bar--2 section spring tooth--Zero 260 gal. bulk tank~Surge 2 bucket milker--Stainless 2 compartment size wash vat--cattle feed bunk--Heavy duy wide front end with hubs, Universal, two.wheel trailer--JD No. 8 mow- er 7"--4. D. sweep head---John Deere 12' grain drill 7" double disc, openers with grass seed attachment, hydraulic lift controls New Idea 2 row mounted corn picker, good condition, purcased in 1972. OF MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT--BOATS, ETC. FURNITURE Dining room table with 8 chairs--2 swive~ dining chairs---two reclining chairs---Coro- nado Portable dishwasher with cutting board top (Avacedo), 3 piece sectional dav- enpert--coffee table--two rain suits, large and smalL--2 platform rockers--Set of En- cyclopedia with supplements and bookcase --5 piece bedroom set (mahogany) bed with bookcase head board complete--pole lamp ~pole shelves---Floor buffer and polisher--- Keystone MM projector--old 10 key adding machine---book cases---treadle sewing ma- chine--ship clock--Hide A Bed -- Black and White TV--Ping Pong table---steel file and desk~Mimeogreph machine ~ Metal step saver cabinets -- Leonard Upright Deep Freeze---Sink and base cabinets -- many misc. books--Kitchen Utensiles- CORO- NADO REFRIGERATOR FREEZER COMBIN- ATION. TERMS--CASH Keith and Floy Washburn, Owners NISLAND, S. D. Haley's Tri State Auction Service CLERKS: Mae Moravec ~ Nat Sowers Haiey, Larson and Tysdal, Auctioneers