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August 4, 1966

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ICantinued From First Pag~ two assistants to the city marshal during the Crook County Fair. They are to be paid for at the rate of $15 a shift. Heard Water Commissioner Charles Stagemeyer report that the water situation has improved considerably since Sundance res- idents began to restrict irrigation during ~he day. Was notified that the Cole well and the water lines from it have ,been repaired. The well is ~roducing 30 gallons a minute. Heard a report ,from Gerald Popham on the performance of ~the pump at the Holwell water well. Popham said it was show- ing an inconsistency in amperage readings. The manufacturer is supplying new parts in hopes they will correct the trouble.. Agreed with a recommendation by R. M. Bernd that a sign should be constructed ~near the City Springs on the west side of town notifying tourists ,that the temp- erature of the water there is be- low freezing and is supplied from a glacial deposit. A similar sign stood at the spot for several years. Okayed the purchase of two new tires for the cry dump ~ruck. Habeck suggested that local dealers be asked to bid on the tires. Inquired into the possibility of purchasing a large dump truck and a snow bucket from govern- ment surplus or other sources. Following Markeseth's report to the council Mayor Roberts commended him on his perform- ance during his first three weeks as city marshal. The council approved a one- week vacation for Charles Stage- meyer - his first in 15 years. Sundance Times Will Tabulate Election Tabulations of returns from the Aug. 16 primary election will be carried out as usual by The Sundance Times at the TCEA Hospitality room. Election clerks in each district are asked to telephone their re- turns to The SUNDANCE TIMES COLLECT, or bring them to the TCEA Hospitality Room. The newspaper's phone number is - 283-3411. Precinct clerks with no direct telephone connection to Sun- dance will be paid mileage by The Sundance Times to .the near- est point from which they can phone returns to Sundance. Clerks who need to travel to a phone are requested to submit a bill for mileage to THE SUN. DANCE TIMES, ATTENTION ELECTION CLERKS ! ! You are hereby requested to PASTE A SAMPLE BALLOT WITH THE VOTES CAST for each individual candidate filled in opposite each candidate's name before you send the ballot box in to my office, so that re- turns will be available for publi- cation. FRANCIS HEJDE, County Clerk One Vacancy 30 Families Camp At Ranch Near One teaching position i~ rural Crook County schools remains open as the result of the resigna. tio nor Paulette Reuppel. She had been hired to teach the Four Corners school. The remaining teachers and schools: Baroid - Florence Osborn, Mary Iterrboldt, Doris SCanton. Bunney- Selma Raudsep Eothen - Vernice White. Upper Oak - Jennie Kotek. Rifle Pit - Robert Cook. Burch . Brislawn - Clifford Brenneman. ~omestake - Jeanne Shepherd. New Haven - Vincent Dewey. Alva - Aline McGillivray. Government Canyon - Effie Jolley. Nebraska - Margaret Brimmer. Robinson - Amy Brown. Storm 1- Pauline Jolley, Belle Williams. Missouri Buttes About 30 Ohio families con- taining 150-160 persons are camp- ing at Bill Willson's Lake Ranch near Little Missouri Buttes. They are part of a caravan 1rom Akron, Ohio. Most are headed for Yel- lowstone Park. They will stay at the Lake Ranch for abou~ 10 days. Lee Tromble has been provid- ing them airplane rides and Glen Wyatt is conducting trail rides for the' group. Tuesday night, the Forest Service con- ducted a campfire discussion. Jim Larsen of Sundance will give a campfire talk tonight. A chicken barbeque was held Wed- nesday night. Members of the group are hik- ing, water skiing and fishing. EvaM Named to School Max Evans was District ii schoOl week's elections. bers include Leslie' ert Wenande. THE Sundance, Wyo. Hills Ph. Spearfish, Admission" Children under Weds., ThurS., Aug. 3, 4, "MADE IN Sun., Mort., 7, "TH E 3 Academy um {Continued From First Page) considerable interest in a junior (15 years or younger) team ty. ing event and that R will prob- ably be added to the show. Other events in the jackpot rodeo will include ,bareback rid- ing, .bulldogging, calf roping, team roping, bull riding, a barrel race, and old men's hreakaway roping. Entry fee is $15 for all events except the following -- team roping - $30; old ,men's rop- ing and barrel race - $10; Junior team roping - $6; Businessmens' Wild Steer Race and Scoop Shov- el race, no entry fee. Entries close Aug. 12 at 10 p.m.. They should be mailed to the Horse Creek Roping Club, c/o Bear Lodge Motel, Sundance. The rodeo begins at 1 p.m. each day. Clothing ,To Be Judged Aug. Judging of 4-H clothing and Nome furnishings exhibits will begin at 8 a.m. Monday, Aug. 8 in the Sundance High School. Later in the day ~ and open class clothing, needlwork and ,home furnishings will be judged. Judges for the 1966 Crook County Fair were announced this week by Virginia Ramsey, home demonstration agent, and Warren Ferrell, county agent. They are: Beef, Dairy, Swine, Sheep, Wool - Mel Lynch, Gillette, Camp- bell County agent. Horses . Ralph Cotton, Dead- wood. Flowers . Merle Kirkbride, Belie Fourehe. Clothing . Mrs. Nancy Vander- boom, Butte County home demon- stration agent and an assistant. 4-tI Foods -,Mrs. Dee Rankin, Upton, home economics teacher. Open Class Foods - Charlotte Bryant, home demonstration ag- er~t, Lawrence County. Leathercraft - A1 Frame, Tandy Leather Co., Rapid City. Arts and Crafts - Elver Barker, Newcastle. Vegetables and Crops - Ken Leslie, Butte County agent. Miscellaneous 4-H - Ted Robb, Laramie, state e:~tension ento. nmlogist. eee :very 1927 to 1964 models in everything from pickups to diesel units. Come on in. Floyd Carr will find you a suitable model or buy you a cup of coffee. 1927 INTERNATIONAL 6-SPEED SPECIAL SPEED DELIVERY TRUCK. Good rubber. (pictured above). We really don't expect many buyers for this one -- -- ONLY $1,500 1951 INTERNATIONAL L-160 TRUCK with Stock and Grain BoX $650 1952 DODGE TRUCK, Stock and Grain Box ................................ $650 1954 INTERNATIONAL RDF 405 TRUCK ................................. $3995 1958 INTERNATIONAL 4-WHEEL DRIVE PICKUP .................. $595- Aug. 13 /Iax. Min. Prec. 1962 INTERNATIONAL 1/2 TON PICKUP, Extra Clean ........ $595 July 26 88~ July 27 ~::---:::~_~:: (~ :1! Approximately 15 choice baby 1964 INTERNATIONAL 1/2 TON PICKUP .......................... $1795 July 28 z~ beers and several fat lambs will July 29 ~'~-~-"~9~ 5~ 00 be sold at the annual 4-H and FFA livestock auction sale sched .......................... July so 1954 JEEP STATION WAGON ___ ................... $595 July 31 ~:~__~__':~_'~..:88 61 uled ~or August 13 at 5 p.m. The August 1 ....... 80 54 0 auction will be held at the North.1965 INTERNATIONAL SCOUT. A Honey ........................ $2195 It H.S. Trustees Are Re-Elected Three members of the Crook Cour~ty High School Board of Trustees were re-elected in last week's elections. Raymond Den- sis, Marshal Nussbaum and Gil. bert Brimmer were all re-named to the board. The results: Dennis - 270; Nuss- baum - 263; Brimmer - 163; Nell Bush - 120. WrRe-ins - Tony Re. a~ndo - 4, Kay Driskill - 3; Bill Semlek - 1, Fred Kummerfeld -1. eastern Wyoming Hereford As. sociation sales arena at the court. ty fair grounds in Sundance. W. 5. Kirkpatriek, Bel,leFourche, aue- tionoeer, will auction the sale. Businessmen, farmers and ranchers are invited to attend the sale and help a 4-H or FFA member by purchasing choice~ grade of beef or lamb. Chairman of the baby beef and fat lamb sales committee is Dick Durfee. Other members are Russell French, Warren Ferrell, Richard Hubbard, John Daly and Joe Carmin. Interested buyers unable to at- tend the sale may contact one of the above committeemen. (Russ Tracy has retired as a weather forecaster. Several people blamed him for last week's hail and wind).