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is shown presenting Earl Dennis with third place in the county spelling contest spring in Hulett. Dennis participated in the state in Cheyenne. Homest~e Sdmoi are shown with awards m several school activities. All of the students won rural spelling contest and the rural track meet. won third place in the Crook County spelling The group collected Campbell soup labels and ~t of historical flags and four books with them. They 19,500 product pricing cee labels and some of help pay for the use of a kidney machine boy with others sent to a group in Newcastle. to right are Becky West, Melonie Dotson, Earl West and Dawn Datum. Rodeo' County cited and donations to Crook County the contest this week by of the planning Renita Dockery, is the reigning Dana Linklater lady-in-waiting. was held June 7 Included in the listing are two prime rib dinners, Aro Restaurant; carving on the saddle, Lyle Ikes; saddle, The Timber Industries of Hulett (Neiman's Sawmill, Johnson's Sawmill, Post and Pole, Petersen Lumber and Grain and the Aladdin Store; traveling crown, Jim Neiman; queen's buckle, Champion Construction and 3 C's; horsemanship buckle, Sundance State Bank; lady- in-waiting buckle, Tracy Motor; traveling banner and cantle plate, Maurice Will- lares; gift certificate for the new queen, Durfees; gift tificate, Powder Puff Beauty Salon; roses for the queen, Cecil Hughes. Bouquet for the lady-in- waiting, Floral Arcade; hat- band, Hitchin' Post; table gifts, Marlene and Frank Simons; banners, Bonnie and Jim Adams; T-shirt, T-Shirts Unlimited; gift certifi~Ye, Lil's Sportswear; saddle blanket, Moorcroft Bank; blouse, TeePee Department Store; saddle blanket, Moor- croft Standard; corsages for the luncheon, John and Maggi Ayer; photography sitting for the queen, Dan Tschetter; saddle blanket, Pikrel Land and Cattle Co.; roping reins for queen, lady- in-waiting, and Miss Horse- manship, Ann and Albert Raudsep. Cash donations from Moorcroft came from hop- per's Bar, Sonn's Cafe, Hall's Market, The Gathier Beauty Shop, Moorcroft Grocery, Hughes Agency, Jerry Moll Welding, Gill Oil Co., Smith Auto, Hall's Bar- ber Shop, The Keg, Do Drive In, Dan's Sinclair, Hub Cafe, Sisson Welding and Pollards; from Hulett, the Hulett Cash Store; and from Sundance, RC Oil, Security Trust and Title, Sundance Times, Dime Horseshoe Bar, and Long- horn Bar; from Beulah, the Royal Club. Jobs guardian council installed Guardian council members were installed during a meeting of Sundance Jobs Daughters, Bethel 43, on June 20 with Melissa Smith, honored queen presiding. Chester Hejde served as installing officer for Violet Smith, bethel guardian; George Willey, bethel as- sociate guardian; Betty Dur- fee, secretary; Wanda Gose- man, director of music; Eva Willey, director of epochs; Gertrude ConnaUy, director of finance; Mary Pulse, di- rector of promotion; Dolly Clark, custodian of par- aphernalia; and Paul Smith, promoter of fraternal rela- tions. Cheryl McLanghlin, treasurer, and Rita McKen- hey, promoter of sociability, will be installed at a later date. Reports on Grand Bethel were heard. Tracie Mc- Laughlin will serve as grand representative to Iowa, Chester Hejde as associate grand guardian and Mary Pulse as grand second mes- senger,- and these officers were introduced. TIMES CLASSIFIEDS Gets Results can still plant any of our trees or shrubs. They are all now and most of them do well planted anytime during the have a good supply on I~and of most everything that can be here. C K ~ S Izcated on Evans Lane in Spearfish Valley. Open 8:30-5:30 weekdays RSERY and 1'to 5 p.m. Stmdays ,, , . . . Jackpot roping held June 17 Moorcroft was the scene of the roping on Sunday. Added to the point system was a mixed roping, where points were given to the women ropers only. Winners of the 3 header were as follows: In the 1st go around: 1. - Doug Robinson & Dan Harvey; 2. - Toby Driskill & Matt Driskill; 3. - Earl Jes- person & Jim Hill; 4. - Phil Habeck & Gene Roberts. In the 2nd go around: i. - Doug Robinson & Dudley Mackey; 2. - Doug Robinson & Dan Harvey; 3. - Toby Driskill & Jess Driskill; 4. - Earl Jesperson & Dan Harvey. In the 3rd go around: I. - Jess Hoess & Jim Hill; 2. - Earl Jesperson & Dan Harvey; 3. - Jess Driskill & Jack Grieves; 4. - Tom Queen & Joe Carmin. In the average: i. - Dan Harvey & Earl Jesperson; 2. - J.D. Grieves & Jack Grieves; 3. - Doug Robinson & Dan Harvey; 4. - Jess Driskill & Toby Driskill. Winners of the mixed rop- ing were as follows: In the 1st go around: 1. - Earl Jesperson & Barb Robinson; 2. - Jess Hoese & Barb Robinson; 3.'- Marelyn Mackey & Dudley Mackey; 4. - JoAnn Harvey & Dudley Mackey. In the 2nd go around: 1. - Matt Driskill & Pare Kyar; 2. - Todd Hoese & Jess Driskill; 3. - Marelyn Mackey & Dudley Mackey. In the average: JUNE 28, 1979 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 3 1. - Marelyn Mackey & Dudley Mackey; 2. - Todd Hoese & Jess Dl-iskill: 3. - Earl Jespers0n & Barb Rob- inson; 4. - Jess Heese & Barb Robinson. CALL FOR BIDS The Crook County School District No. One desires to receive sealed bids for regular gasoline, propane gas, No. 3 fuel oil and the hauling of coal ~or the 1979-80 fiscal year. Bid forms are available at the Superintondent's Office in the Crook County Court House, Sundance, Wyoming. Bids must be in the Superintendent's Office by 2:00 P.M., July 16, 1979. The Crook County School District .No. One reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to waive irregularties or informalities in any bid or in the bidding and do not bind themselves to accepting the low bid, but rather the bid they feel will be in the best interests of the school district. Robert J. McNutt Superintendent Publish: June 18, 25, 1979 CALL FOR BIDS The Crook County School District No. One desires to sealed bids for approximately 3500 sq. feet of 5/4 used maple hardwood flooring. Bids will be4 ~acc~ p ted for parcel lots or for the entire inventory. Submit a sealed bid to the Superintendent's Office in~ ~he Crook County Court House, Sundance, Wyoming. Bids must be in the Supefintendent's Office by 2:001 July 16, 1979. Lumber is stored at the Hulett School. The Crook County School District No. One reserves right to reject any or all bids or to waive' rregularities or informalities in any bid or in the and do not bind themselves to accepting the ~ bid, but rather the bid they feel will be in the best of the school district. Robert J. McNutt Superintendent ~blish: June 18, 25, 1979 1919 Charlie is a born loser. His hard earned cash seems to disappear faster than the fish when you step up to the trout stream. Just when that little emergency crops up - that Chorlie needs a little extra cash for - a check of the old wallet reveals a zero balance. Get Smart, Charlie. You need a planned program of thoughtful savings. And it's available. Talk to the Ihercreft Stete huk for a savings program that matches your income. H I IIIB III .... moorcrofl Slale Bank 756-3473 The All Arouad Ba~ With Western Hospitality I I I I ~'!''*'~* , ' ~ :'":'/~ ~/"~ :,~ ~,~CN ":"~1"~''