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Four Corners July 3 Mary Patina Lee Ann Redmond was a week- and house guest of Linda Wocicki. Louis Micolini was a caller at the Felix Perino home Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pzinski, Maria, Susie, Billy, Bobby and Jenny returned home Sunday eve- ning after visiting friends and relatives at River Falls and Clear \ Beginning Monday, July 16, acourse will be held at the art four week golf activity course will room with a class rocket launch be offered to anyone 12 years old culminating the program on Aug" and older. The golf activityust 4. Telephone registration will Brunson, Gar: and Peggy Jansen, the Turf Bar. ord to 5-0. story hour in the Crook County and a 4 on 4 basketball tournS" Warren ann Barbara Glick, On the recommendation The Gang tripped the Mustangs Library. ment will be held July 28 at Sundance gym. This activity George and Virginia Letellier, Superintendent Edwards, the f 6-5, and the Giants won their first for boys and girls, men an,, Walter and Joyce McKay, Lester lowing building permits were ap- game of the year besting the Mus- DUPLICATE BRIDGE women. . and Donna Waugh, Allen and Di- proved: John Sprague, utility tangs 15-10. In three table Howell movement The free-throw shooting conteS ane Leslie, Roy and Rita McKen- building at a cost of $135, fee of Little League standings: at the July 3 meeting of the Sun- will be divided into male and fa- ncy, Edwin and Rosilea Meyer $2; Charles and Mary Wilson,No-Name Gang- 5-0. dance Duplicate Bridge Club,male ,categories and into thre Giants--1-3. Millie Bernd and Peggy cronnage groups, novice (under 13)j and Roberts Construction Co. utility building at a cost of $300, Mustangs -- 1-4. Mrs. Vondriska stated that fee of $2; Duane Hartl, construc- placed first and Rod Port and junior (13 16) and senior (17 road Will remain open to the tion of 28 x 50 foot car wash and Schedule through next Wednes- Harold Bernd were second, up). Each contestant will shOO public for usage, but the road multi-purpose building on the day. will be closed to commercial west lots of the Catholic Church July 5--Giants vs. No Name 20infree:throws.the 4 on 4 tournament, tea Gang. The Jack and Jill Shopl itasmust have foul: :team member ; hicles: She stated that the ord. / at a cost of $3,000, fee of $2. July 1 - Sundance 9-10 year olds baby doll pajamas for girls and Once your team is organi . o" times the gate would'be loek l In final action, the council a- was when livestock would be in greed to grant L. B. Harness, at Moorcroft 2 p.m. the area. chief of police, a release to work July 10 - Mustangs vs. Giants. ladies in nylon tricot and parma- register it at 283-1187. At July 11 - Sundance All-Stars at press, same time of registration ,yo : The council again discussed the out of the county sheriff's office. Upton, 4:30 and 6:30. will be: given instructions on dog ordinance after viewing cop- the games are to be playea, ies of other dog ordinances from " CORRECTION sufficient interest is shown pri.r surrounding communities. They a e voted to hold a special meeting Newc stl ims we,, Receive Top Honors A classified ad in this issue of will be awarded to all categoor July 16 for the purpo6e of dis- At Sheep Judging Contut The Sundance Times states that and age groups. cussin[ a dog ordinance and also * Colleen Necklason and Nan WYOMING Production Credit As- Entry fee is 25 cents for to review garbage usage. Sundance In Babe the district sheep judging contest Macy law office Tuesday, July $1.00 per team for the4on 4bus" Nuckolls won judging honors at sociation manager will be at the free-throw shooting contest ann " Roger Brunson inquired about the 40 acres of city pasture of Ruth Action o,d at the Mirich Brothers Ranch 10. The advertisement was toketball tournament. which a portion is to be used for west of Upton Jul), 2. Miss Neck- have been deleted, as the associ- Anyone with questions is the sanitary land fill. The coun- lason won the sentor division with arian manager will NOT be incouraged to direct their inquid_ cil, in reply, stated that problems Newcastle swept a twin-bill 269 points and Nan Nuckolls was Sundance on that date. to Tom Nordenstram at 283.11 /" had arisen with difficulties in from Sundance in Babe Ruth ac- first in the junior division with fences and boundaries, and that tion June 29. Newcastle used295 points out of a possible 350. SUNDANCE TIMES gave him permission to work out of the county sheriff's office, but Harness stated that the move was only in the planning stage. A liquor license was issued to No Name Gang chalked up an- other win last week to continue to remain undefeated in Little League play, and move their rec- Story Hour Has 31 Children in Attendance Mrs. Richard Peterson read stories to 31 children June 29 at single-speed bikes only. A list of prizes and a time taxi of the events will be announCe later. A free-throw shooting contest these were attempting to be re- strong hitting to win the first solved. The land fill location is game 8-2 and' strong pitching to sonth-east of Sundarice near the take the nightcap 6-0. present lagoon. The council, also Bratton had two hits to lead made a motion to make applica- Newcastle's nine hit attack in the tion to the state to purchase the first game while Shelton, Pick- remaining 40 joining acres to be erd, Farrell, McLaughlin, and used for a second lagoon if need- Schloredt all had one hit for Sun- ed. dance. Monte Mealier was second in the senior division with 263. Results of the junior division were as follows: 2. Stacy Moeller, 283; 3. Murray Moeller, 252; 4. Shelby Moeller, 240; 5. Zeta Nuckolls, 234; 6. Dawn Nuckolls, 228; 7. Sam Nuckolis, 216; 8. Will Nuckolls, 199. 2V2 mill size with a 32 gallon capacity. Samples are to accom- any the bags and the bids will opened August 6. the contest. A $5,000 official performance Gaylord took the loss. bond for Phyllis McLaughlin as Babe Ruth Schedule treasurer of the City of Sundance July 6--Upton, 4:30 double- was approved, header. Neal Garman, representing the July 8 -- at Moorcroft, 2 p.m. county commissioners, s p o k e and 4 p.m. July 10 -- Lusk, 1:30, double- header. about the possibility of buying a county fire truck to be housed in General Superintendent and Stockton was the winning pitch- Five classes of registered Co- commissioner Allan Edwards re- er with Schloredt taking the loss. lumbia Yearling rams and ewes quested permission to purchase Schloredt fanned nine hitters to were judged, with Ken Faulkner, extension livestock specialist ser- 40,000 garbage bags. A motion bring his total to 20 in 13 innings ring as judge for the approxi- was made and seconded to adver- pitched. rise for bids for 50,000 garbage Sission of Newcastle hurled no- mately 40 4-H'ers from Campbell, bags with ties in either the 2 or hit ball for five innings until Jett Weston and Crook counties. Refreshments were served by Schloredt opened up the sixth in- ning with Sundance's only hit, a single. Sission fanned 12 during the Mirich family during lunch. CITY HAS BEGUN GARBAGE COLLECTION The Sundance garbage colection program began Monday under the direction of Straitor Clark. Gar- bage is collected from residences twice a week and daily from most business places. Continuing The Crook County News (An Independent Newspaper) Second Class Postage Paid at Sundance, Wyoming 8272? Member National Newspaper Association The Sundance Times is a legal newspaper for all publications Published Every Thursday by The Times Publishing Co. John E. Lindsey, Publisher Charlotte L. Llndsey, Circulation Manager Howard Allen, News Editor and Advertising Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES To P. O. Address 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 Note: If changing Address, PLEASE INCLUDE FORMER ADDRESS' Also give ZIP CODE, Box or Street Address. POSTAL REGHLATIONS require that subscriptions be paid in advance. its and running over a portion of the old canyon road. Owners of the land over which the road would pass are Gilbert and Rhea K. Vondriska, Patsy McLaughlin, Floyd and Florence Monday evening. Nordenstram or call 283-1187.information can be obtained frora The Prairie 4-H Club met at Also beginning Monday, July Tom Nordenstram. Criss Williams, a senior at Moorcroft High School will be the Bill Lampert home Wednes-16 will be a model rocketry pro- Regulations for the contest are: day evening. After their business gram. It will be a three-week1. Participant must be 13 or among the fourteen hundred youth delegates attending the meeting and demonstration they course, meeting every Monday younger. 1973 national meeting of Future Homemakers of America July went on to the Ed Pzinski ranch and Friday from 8-9 a.m. The 2. Participants must be register 9-12 in Dallas, Texas. Criss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles for another demonstration, ed before the fish is caught. Williams of Moorcroft, is sponsored by the Moorcroft FHA chap- Mr. and Mrs. Karl Thoeming 3. The fish must be caught it) tar. She and 15 other delegates from Wyoming will leave and Minnie Zanoni were SundaySunny Divide Farm Bureau Sundance pond. Cheyenne July 7 for Dallas. Miss Williams is FHA District 11 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs.Plans July 22 Picnic 4. Fish must be weighed and president for the 1973-74 year and has been active in FHA for Felix Perino, Mary and Bob. Picnic plans topped the agenda measured at the BIG FISH mens three years., Allen Epler of Cheyenne, Wyo-at the Sunny Divide Farm Bureau urement station. Impact 73 is the theme of the meeting. The new PROGRAM ruing was a week-end houseguest meeting June 22 at the community 5. Prizes will be awarded for ACTION IMPACT, designed by the youth members and based of Mr. and Mrs. Christy Smithhall. The pot luck picnic will the first fish, the longest lisle, on pilot in-depth action projects carried out during the past year and Michelle. Mrs. Emily Muirbe held July 22 at 1 p.m. at the the most fish, the smallest fish, of Laramie, Wyo., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Snider ranch, and the youngest fisherman. will be introduced. PACT sessions and action labs will provide Ran Benson of Casper, WyomingFair plans were also discussed The contest will begin July 14 an opportunity for delegates to explore ways to carry out simi- and Bob Muir of Sioux City, Iowa, and anyone who has something to at 8 a.m. and end at noon..A lar in-depth action projects in their own communities, arrived at the Smith home Wed- help decorate the booth at the 25 cent registration fee will Council Assl red Canyon nesday. They willalsovisitother fair isaskedtobringit, required ofallfishermen. Ifyotl relatives and friends here for a Hosts were the Wilford Ken- are a young fisherman and yott week. The 4th of July, Mr. and nedys and the Fritz Chatfields. qualify to enter, do not hesitate. Mrs. Christy Smith and Michelle You must be registered so that entertained at a picnic Mr. and big one doesn't get away. .- Mrs. Nels H. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Saturday, July 21, t aere Road Will R ,main Open Popham and family, Mr. and Scorer at B & T Bridge Club be a Big 50 Bicycle Race at m Mrs. Karl Thoeming, Minie Zan- Mrs. Duane Hartl was high fairgrounds. The races willrangej oni and Dorothy Benton. scorer at the June 27 meeting of three-speedfrm a one mileracesSingleto a threeSpeednaile, Mrs. Rhea Vondriska and Mrs. Sundance. The truck would beLouis Micolini was a caller in the B&T Bridge Club at the Kneal five and ten-speed race. Walter McKay appeared before maintained with county revenue Newcastle Wednesday. Taylor home. the Sundance City Council at its sharing funds. The council a- Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mayberry ondMrS'highWarrenand Mrs.FerrelIRon WaSorr wasSeC" categoriesThe raCeSofarebikes;dividedracinginto (te t regular meeting July 2 to squelch greed to concur with the corn- were callers in Newcastle Friday low. . and five speeds) and three rumors about the closing of the missioner's program on fire sup- afternoon. Guest players were Mrs. Phihp single speeds; and into three alp canyon road. pression and cooperate in any McClary, Ft. Ord, Calif., and Mrs. groups, novice (under 13), j ior Prior to the meeting with the way they can. Rodger Mathis. (13-16). and senior (17 and up). council, area residents had pre- The salary of L. B. Harness,NO Name Hostess for the July 11 meeting Entry fee is S0 cents. Anyone, seated a petition seeking estab- chief of police, was adjusted is Mrs. Harold Bernd. regardless of age, may team up lishment of a public road start- (because of a mathematical er- for the Big 50 or 12V2 mile rela ing at the west Sundance city lim- ror) to $665 per month for the Continues Stu race, but the event is limitea L~ coming year. The council also Lake, Wisconsin the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Mahoney course is offered to area young be taken at 283-1187. Children and family were Saturday eve-people under the direction of the must be 9 years old or older. ning dinner guests of Mr. andSundance Golf Association and the Saturday, July 14, will feature a Mrs. Albert Patina. summer recreation program. Rus- Big Fish Contest. Anyone 13 Bink Nussbaum and Pete Peter-sell Warren is the instructor. For years old and younger is eligible, son were callers of Louis Micolini more information contact Tom to enter. Registration cards ann