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These 10 returning lettermen ami Dan Pickerd (not pictured) are beiug cotmted on to carry much of the load this season for $mulance High football coach ~hformPalmer's Bulldogs. Thev the nucteus of the team that hopes to improve on last year's 3-6 won-lost record. Pictured (L to R) front row are Galen Moline, Noel Vanlitsen- borgh, Norman Ellsbttry, John Shinto, Dave Moline, Andy Fra- ser. Back row, Coach Palmer, Don Farrell, Bill Hoyer, Tim Hibbard, Bob Gray and Assistant Coach Tom Prldgeon. SHS Gridders Stressing Offense The Sundance High School foot- ~v ~uadtwohaS been practicing and three hours ni~,y in preparation for the s season opener August 30 agaim the Rapid City Stevens JV's at Rapid City . We have been getting 25-30 boys at each practice and we are e~ prett7 rusty but the team ~~ day-to-day," stated Palmer during a recent sesslon. The new coach said he is im- pleme~ a triple option offense this year and as a result early to learning the new of. (ease. Pa~er says players are still battling for posnons and no set have as yet been picked. The Bulldog schedule: j~ug. 30--Rapid City Stevens 's (away). Sept. 6--Hill City (home) Sept. 13--Mom~mft (away) in~)ept. 20--Midwest (Homecom- Sept. 27--Uptou (away) Oct. 4--Tongue River (away). Oct. ll~Hulett (away) Oct. 18--Big Horn (home). Oct. 2S--Newell (home). All games start at 3:30 p.m. except for the Upton contest at 7:30 p.m. and Tongue River at I:30jpu~ -- Varsity Sdledule: Sept. 9---Monrcro~ (home) S~: 23--Up~vn (home) 30--Hulett (away) Oct. 7--bloorcroft (away).,o Oct. 14--Upton (away) All games start at 4 p.m. No Injuries Occur In Minor Mishaps Two minor traTic accidents in which no injuries were record- ed and only slight damage occur- red were reported this week by star b~ghway patrolman Jim'Law- rerg~e. The most recent occurred Wed- nesday morning about midnight at me Colony Truck Stop. Fran- cis Burton, Des Moines, Iowa, re. lx~ed an unidentified vehicle etn~ the left front end of his parked car. The hit and run driver has not been apprehendetd and the accident is still under~ investigation. The second accident involved two Hulett drivers on Highway 24, four miles west of Hulett. .Robert and David Singleton, driv- zng a 1970 @MC pickup, came over the crest q~ a hill and col- lided wi~the rear end of a 1972 Ford Bronco driven by Dell Evans. Singleton was cited for overdrivins road conditiom. .,TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY LOST: Timex electric ladies' watch with turquoise and silver band at dance Saturday night. Call after 6 p.m. 756-3425 or mail to Box 559, Moorcroft. Reward. It Ladies Night Golf Helen Overpeck, Belle Fourche, toured the Sundance Country Club golf course with a low net score of 47 to win the Aug. 15 session of Ladies Night Golf. Her score with handicap equaled 33. Blind gross winner was Sonja Tracy, Sundance. There were 12 ladies olf A o ation reminds all women golfers in the area that new officers will be elected Thursday, Aug. 22, and urges all to a~tend. Silver Streakers Complete Second Unbeaten Season The Sund~mce Silver Streakers s0~eall team successfully corn- pleted their second consecutive undefeated season Monday ni.ght and extended their two-year vnn- ning streak to 23 games with two wins over teams from Gillette. Unable to use the Sundance field because of the start of high= school foothail practice, the Sil- ver Streakers traveled to Gillette where they bounced the Gillette women 25-13 ~ahen continued an awesome hitting attack and de- feated the Gillette Girls 17-12. The Streakers started off against the Gillette Women by showing ~ey had every, intention of ending the season .undefeated as Perri Cameron led off the first inning with a triple which started a sitting storm and be- for the dust had settled the Streakers had a nine run lead. They padded that lead as Vicky Elwouger, Andrea Lee and Cindy Sprague hit home runs. In the second game ag0inst the Gillette Girls, the local dub again wasted little time in grab- bing the lead as Sprague and Cameron hit first inning homers. The second inning was very sim- ilar, but this "time Elwonger and Lee provided the home run p0w- er. Errors in the fourth inning al- lowed Gillette to get back into the game but in the fifth Elwon- ger hit her second round-4Tipper of the game and Lee and Camer- on hit base-clearing double which was enough :for a 17-12 victory. Coach Kevin Henke said his sta- tistics reveal 19 home rims were hit during the club's nine games which is slightly better ~mn two a game. Leading the way were Lee (9), Sprague (5), Elwonger (3) and Cameron and Leslie Wag- ner (1). Eight of the home runs were hit during the final two games. Mr. and Mrs. BiN D~ine and children, Denver, visited from Friday until Sunday with Mrs. Devine's mother, Mrs. Freida Brhl'mler. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFYNN NN GMC 2-ton truck, combination stock and grain rack, hoist. 307/467-5696. 34-35* Visting ~ week with Mrs. Eb mr J. Smith and son, Elmer D.: were her granddaughters and families Mr. and Mrs. Harold (Carol Jo) Heller, sons Mark, Gregg and Paul D., and daugh- ter, Diane, all of Phoenix; Pat- ty Smith and children Kevin and Kelly, Denver; and Bob Harris, a friend of Patty Smith. The Hel- lers will travel to Cheney, Wash. to see Carol Smith's mother, Em- ma Smith, and to Spokane for Expo '74. Patty Smith is the daughter of Richard Smith, a former Sundance resident now living in Denver. Harris will tra- vel on to Minnesota to visit rel- atives . Farewell Picnic is Held To Honor Guy Fowlers A farewell picnic held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oudin August 10, in honor of Major and Mrs. Guy Fowler, Shelly and Todd, who left for their new home at Vance Air Force Base in Enid, Oklahoma, ~vas well attended by family and riends. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fowler, Spearfish, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fowler, Les- lie and Skipper, Mrs. Art LeFors, George Lund, all of Spearfish, Annie Oudin, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Scott, Mrs. Agnes Fraser, Mr. and Mm. Merl Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oudin, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Oudin, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fraser and Andy, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Fraser, Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Sewell, and Scott, of Newcastle, Mr. Eina Clair Neu- man, Mrs. Roy Clarks~, Mrs. Elena Jane Truman and Tammy all of Rapid City, Mike Creamer of Colorado Springs, the honor- ed guests and the hosts. Bus Routes and Drivers Named Crook County School Distriot No. One Transportation Director John Whiting has released bus rout.es and d~'.ivers for the up- coming year m Crook county. They are (with mute followed by driver) in Sundance: Moskee --Naomi Lantz; Base-Sherril Vail; Aiaddin~B i l I Lanuing; Beulah--Tom Graham; Sunny Divide--Andy Clark; Highway 585--Dwight Jundt; Highway 116 --Bob Cronn; Interstate 90--Kris- fine Langford; Four Oaks (coun- ~S~d~ F-FJec~r2~Tal-and ley Jr. Moorcroft Miller Creek-Pipeline--Earl Ditlinger; Kara--Dave Roberts; Cabin Creek--Orville Jones and D-Road--Robert Smoot. Drivers for Keyhole Feeder and War Bon- net routes have not been chosen. Hulett New Haven--Harvey Hauber; Aizada--Alfred Gray; Blacktail --Dale Ratl~un; Devils Tower-- John Morris; Bush-Goldie Divide --Jolm Wolff and Alva-- Roger Dent. Former Hulett Residents Honored On 40th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Lee Howard, for- mer Hulett residents, were hon- ored on their 40th wedding an- niversary Aug. 11 in Gibbon, Neb. The event was hosted by' the couple's four children. Mr. and Mrs. Howard were married Aug. 16, 1934 in Spear- fish, S. D. They have lived~in Gibbon since 1942. Other guests attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Junior Wells and granddaughter of Gillette; Mrs. Evelyn Wood, Hulett; Mr. and Mrs. Russell French, Oelrich, S. D., aud Mr. and Mrs. Willey Beard and daughter of Edge- mont, S. D. Assis~ug with the. cake were Mrs. Bill Wood a~nd Mrs. Russell French. Mrs. Junior Wells pour- ed coffee and Mrs. Willey Beard ing with the guest book were Starla Winland and Becky Beard, nieces. Mr. and Mrs. Edward John- son of Torrington were overnight guests of Mrs. Nellie Hunphrey. Mrs. Jolmson is a niece of Mrs. Hunphrey and they were return- ing home from a vacation in Wis- consin. Sundance Youth Gets Scholmhip. Judy Sulder, daughter of Mr. Mrs. Richard Snider, Sun- dance, was .recertfly awarded a $200 scholarship from the Crook County Wool Growers Auxiliary. This is the third year the schol- ship has been awarded. Miss Snider will use the schol- arship to further her education at Abilene Christian College, Ab- ilene, Tex., where she will be a senior this fall. Her plans in- dude going into the field of social work. Belle Fourche Site For Beef Cooking Demonstration Jayne ~r, merchandising home economist from Chicago, will be conducting a beef cooking demonstration Tuesday, Aug. 27, in Belle Fourche, S. D. The event is open to the pub- lic and will be held in the Com- munity Hall there beginning at 1:30 p.m. During the demonstration, which will feature outdoor cook- ing, ~ Hager will present five different dishes that can be cooked on a grill. Each dish prepared will then be given away in a Coming Ware casserole as a door prize. The program is designed for men as well as women according to Veima Newland, member of the Crook County Cow Belles and president of the South Dakota Cow Belles. The event is being sponsored by the Lawrence County Cow Belles and there is no admis- sion. CARD OF THANKS Thanks to all the peoFle who Particil~ted in the Fair Parade arid made it a success. Special thanks to the Sundance High School band and the two announc- ers, Alice Schloredt and Curt Mc- Cttliongh. -Also thanks to outrid- ers Tuff Moeller, Lee Haptonstall, Ed Chatfield, Rick Hosking and Dick Courchalne and Amos Ew- ing and Straitor Clark for lead- ing the parade. 1974 County Fair Parade Committee v HILLS , DRIVE IN , 3 miles east of Spearfish Wed., August 21 thru Tues., August 27 "MACON COUNTY LINE" (R) Plus "The Devil's Eight" (PC) Shows start at Dusk~-. Gates open hour earllm' Library Notes by Gretchen Olson The National Centennial us a copy of "Pony E which is a welcome addition to our library. For you Science-Fiction ers/ our latest acquisitions "The Foundation Trilogy' Isaac Asimov, and Eclipse" by John Bruner. latter concerns an space team exploring Sigma conis nineteen light years ear~ and discovering the mains of a highly advanced so- ciety. The space crews deter- mine that the native evolved and disappeared tp~rious[y a~ a mere thousand years of existence. did this civilization The library will. on Saturday mormngs - 9 to after Sept. 1. We are planning some activities for National Month which is the month October. If you have an inter- esting hobby you would like demonstration or display that time, please contact us the library. Please check the dates in books! There are several due books which we would to see in circulation again. Kyra Crago spent August at Laramie where she the Grand Chapter Order of the Eastern Star. served as Grand Esther the anmml Grand Chapter sion. She was jean Raybume visited friends in Mr. and Mrs. Larry Beagle children of Rapid City house guests, of Mr. and Noel Edwards during the and are now spending a at Lake Cook while on House guests of Mr. and Hugo Hendrickson this week Mr. Hendrickson's brother family, Mr. and Mrs. Hendrickson and children of bing, Minnesota. Wed. through Tues. Shows: 7 & 9 "THE GOLDEN VOYAGE OF , SINBAD" (G) "See all the wonders of the fable tales " Wed. through Tues. Shows: 7 & 9 George C. Scott "BANK SHOT" (PC) This time he tries a hand at banks.