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June 26, 1975

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Members of the Sandance- Crook County Ambulance Assee- iatiou and the Sundanee Volun- toer Fire Department collabor. ated here Saturday in an auto extrication demonstration. During the demonstration, vat- rescue tools and skills were ttsed to remove the vehicle from the victim instead of the victim from the vehicle. Pictured above moving the pa- tient after the cer has been open- ed up are, left to right, Mervin Peterson and Noel Edwards, members of the fire departraeet, and Robert Wilcox and Chuck Durfee, ambulance gronp mem- bers. Also assisting were Vic Worth- ington, fire department member, and Genevieve P.edfield a,d Mar, cia Johnston, members of the am. bulance group. Acting as patients were Rick Proctor, Kelly Proc- tor" and Andy Fraser. Recreation Program Games Start Baseball and softball teams in @ae Sandance recreation program s~ung into acticm last week and had considerable success, win- Ping five games and losing one. Pee Wees In Pee Wee action, Sundance opened by squeczing pest Moor- croft 19-18 with Corey Vail pitch- the full five ironings. Scott Tscahetter and Vail led the bitting attack with double, Also getting hits were David My- ers, Jason Albert, Bruce 3ensen, David Mathis and Grar~ Whaley. The Sundance Pee Wees also turned in a fine defeasive game. 11-12 Game Sundaace had to battle from behind to defeat Moorc~oft. Scott on each banged out a double for the victors. Baseball In Bahe Ruth action, Sundance split a pair of games at New- castle. Craig Alexander took the loss in the first game despite al- lowing only two hits as errors and mental m;stakes hurt Sun- dance. Stmdance grabbed the second game, 18-9. Jet Schloredt pitch- ed a one-hitter and also cracked four hits and drove in five rtms. Catcher Tim Pickerd rapped three hits. Girls S~tball The Sunda~e girls, coached by Mark Ferrell, opened wil~ a pair of victories. At Gillette Monday, FarreU both collected five hits with Morris and Cindy Sprague rapping home runs. In all, Stmdance rapped 22 hits as Vicky Elwunger picked up the pitching win. Tuesday Hght, the girls were in Moorcroft and posted a 23-16 victoary as Elwonger Irk~ked up her second win on rthe mound. Debbie Morris and Cindy Spregtm each crashed homers while Andrea Lee and Elwonger had three bits each. Anne Macy and Morris had two hits apiece. Scheduled Games Thursday - "Babe Ru~ at Up- toll. Tuesday - Pee Wees at UlTt~, dottbleheader at 4 p.m. J~la.,tston pitched. well, striking Sundance Wen 24-13 m five in- W~y, July 2-Girls ~f't- o~t 13. Sc, o~ ~ Craig Career-. nings. I~,bb~e Morris and Diana ball, Upton at Sundanoe, 6 p.m. Hu I tte C'lvl'c Center Churches Gets $15,000 Grant A $15,000 grant to help build the Hulett Civic Cemer has "76" been awarded to the Hulett Bi- Cemennial Committee, according to Mrs. Freida Dent, committee ~an. The committee, which had ap- plied for ~he grant earlier, was notified of ltae award by Pat Hall, director of the Wyoming Bicen- tennial Commission. Mrs. I~.nt said the Hulett committee will apply to the Farm- ers H~.e Admmislratio~t, under American Legion sponsorship, for the balance of the funds to con- struct the ceater. She said that hopefully Hulett will be able to dedicate tim civic ceatex by July 4, 1976. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Continuing The Crook County News (An Independent New~paper) Second Class Postage Paid at Sundance, Wyomin0 82729 Entered as Second Class Matter in the Post Office at Sundance, Wyoming 82729 Member National Newspaper ~iation The Sundonce Times is a legal newspaper for all publicatiom Telephone: Area Code 307/283,341 ! ,Ll~ Published Every Thursday by The Times Publishing Co. Jehn E. Undmy, Publlslke Charlotte L. Lindsey, Circulation Manager Howerd Allen, News Editor and Advertising Manager Note:. If changing Address, PJ.EASE INCLUDE FORMER ADDRESS. Also give ZIP CODE, Box or Street Address. SUBSCRIPTION RATES TO P. O. Address in Wyoming and Butte, Lawrence and Carter Counties, $5,50 per year. To P. O. Address Outside Wyoming, $6.50 per year. Minimum Subscription, 6 months ~ $4.00 POSTAL REGULATION~i -equire that mbscriptions be paid tn advance. EPISCOPAL GtURCIt OF 'rtlE GOOD SHEPHERD . The Rev. Stanley Oliver, Vicar Worship Services - 9:30 a.m. Sunday. Sunday school - 9:30 a.m. Sunday. UNITED METItODIST CItURGt Rev. Gene Hagerman Clmrch Services - Sunday, 9 a.m. Sunday school - I0:00 a.m. SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST Richard Holmes, Pastor Sebbafla Scho~. Smurday, 9:30 a.m. Warship Services, Saturday, 11 a.m. Prayer meeting, Tues- day, 7 p.m. The public is "invited to attend. SUNDANCE WESLEYAN CHURCH Ronald Pulscher, Paster Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Worship Service, 10:30 a.m. Young people (grades 1-6) meet at 6:30 p.m. Eveadng Service 7:30 p.m. atURCIt OF CHRIST Earl Shaw, Prencher Sunday - Bible study, 10 a.m. Worship service and communion, 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Wednesday services, 8 p.m. SUNDANCE BAPTIST MISSION O. W. Vandeeberge, Pastor Sundays, I0 a.m. cotwthouse basement, Sunda~.ce. TItE SUNDANCE TIMES Stlmdlmoe, Wye. Jul~ ~'/$ MT. CALVARY LUTHERAN CHURCH Sunday School -- 10 a.m. Worship SerVices -- 11:15 a.m. ST. PAUL'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. John Wright, Pastor Sunday mass schedule: Upton - 8 a.m. Sundance - 10 a.m. Moorc.~ - Saturday, 6:30 p.m. Confessions betore all schedul- ed Sunday masses. Hulett Youth Attends Co-Op Leadership Meeting Ted Bears, Hulett, was among 900 rural youth attending a Co-Op Youth Leadership Conference on the campus of William Jewell College, Liberty, Mo. Ted, who was sponsored by Hulett Co-Op, Hulett, attended one of the four conferences June 9-14. The conferences are spon- sored each year by Farmland In- dnstries, Kansas City, Mo. During the conference, dele- gates were involved in group discussion workshops and cooper- ative training sessions. When a woman is speaking to you, listen to what she says with her eyes. Victor Hugo lllli m_ Dance Time at the Dime Horseshoe Bar Friday ,Night, June 27 5-6 P.M. Happy Hour 6-8 P.M.- Buffet OYSTERS (R.M. Style CHICKEN $2.00 Per Plate 8:30 P.M.--2:00 A.M. DANCE .... to the music of ! The Country Drifters NOTICE The Discharge of Fireworks Within the Sundance City Limits is Illegal City of Sundance JOE POPHAM, CHIEF OF P ICE