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4-H'ers Ready Exhibits for Annual Trustees State Fair Which Opens Monday Busy Session Crook County School Dist- One Board of Trustees six resignations, offered hired a part-time the Central Office, three student requests of attendance and ac- for gasoline and pro- 1974-75 year during 15. the follow- Wanda R. Jab- aid; Eugene Kinzler, football coach; Allen, Sundance cheer- ~aoz~sor; Eldon Johnson, teacher; Robert Reich, custodian, and Douglas Hulett teacher and Board then approved the Deborah Tex- cheerleader spon- Sundance junior basketball and Gray, Sundance jun- wrestling; Mark Asmus- speech theapist; Hulett assistant foot- Jim Player, Hulett education instructor, as- and headfoot- Neavill, Hulett and Daniel Long, assignment. for the part-time position at t he. Cen- were preseated and octf of qualifications nation of type of required the Board Polxham. applicants were Rita Helen Ellard, Diane Ann Mathews, Mar- Grace Nussbanm and Attendance Waivers students appeared before asking for attendance Schelling Tayl- that she be a~owed graduation require- years. The Board waive the four-year providing reqmrements Durfee asked that she to attend }ialf days time. The Board as a married stu- could work out her Sundance adminis- allow her to during study halls. presented a re- Susie I~ker that ask- be allowed to take and possibly at- ; per day. The that she would by a,ttending school could possibly work schedule to include the education program. Bids submitted to supply and propane for the with the stipulation could be raised if raised prices. The the following for Hulett; and RC The propane to Donald Rob- 7. Agree to pay Richard L. Porter on a 10-month basis in- stead of 12. 8. Agreed to Dr. Hendrickson's and Mr. Dick Claycemb's re- puest to attend a Drive Inn con- erence in Glencove, Colo., Sept. 15-17. 9. Denied a request from Mrs. Shimmin asking that she be paid on a salary schedule instead of substitute pay for the time she taught last year. 10. Agreed to grant annuity re- quests to Linda Peterson, Ruth Hibbard and Hugh Palmer. 11. Agreed to mcrease mileage allowance for all district travel to 13 cents per mile. Several people from the 1-90- Highway ll6 blls route appeared requesting the route be split. Dr. Hendrickson stated that after school started and the bus and driver situation had been review- ed, if conditions warrant, a change would be made. However, this week Trarm~rtation Direct- or John Whiting reported .that the route has been split. A possible lease agreement for school houses in Moorcroft was dismmsad and the Board was told ~h~t there had been several requests for hnprovements and ~son the houses. Before action was taken, the Board decided to inspect all hous- es to determine needs. The Board agreed to pay isola- tion payments based on the fol- lowing schedule: 13 cents per mile for improved roads; 16 cents per mile for unimproved reads; $75 per month for board and room and the family move to stay the same as the present pol- icy. The Board approved all isola- tion petitions after deleting the following: Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mend Dennis, withdrawn by their request; Richard DeYoe, return- ed for change in type of roads; Keith ~d)onald, returned for mileage allowable to nearest route, and Mrs. Preston Mi~hell, returned for change in type of roads. During the agenda-packed ses- sion, the Board also approved, upon request by Jim Dunce and Mike Sprague, that Sundance be allowed to form a golf team. Special meeting for the pur- pose of reorganizing the Board and reviewing policies will be held in Sundance, Tuesday, Sept. 3 at 8 p.m. --- School (C~tirmed from Page 1) developmental readihg; Alvin Al- bert, guidance; Don Lee, art, and John C-aylord, who will direct elementary and high school bands. Delbert Harbaugh, assistant superintendent and elemen,tar, principal, and Dan Hammond, high school principal, are both returning to head the administra- tive staff. Wyoming 4-H members are bus- ily preparing more than 7,800 ex- hibits this week for display at th Wyoming State Fair in i)oug- las according to Don Rolston, Un- iversity of Wyoming State 4-H Club leade~. The fair opens Mon- day, Aug. 26 and runs through Saturday, Aug. 31. An estimated 800 to 1,000 4-H club members will be attending the fair as official county dele- gates and .-will be involved in activities such as style revue, ,tractor driving, livestock show- manship, home economics judg- ing, livestock exhibiting and many more. Although many of the state's 9,479 members don't attend the state's biggest fair, their pr@ acts are included in the exhibit displays and are eligible for prize money and other awards. Home economics area annually has the most entries in 4-H ex- hibits at the fair. More than 2,000 clothing exhibits and the same number of food exhibits will be in competion. Leathercraft, which is becoming more popular each year, with 1,000 entries is expected to have the third larg- est number of state fair exhib- its. Onlookers View Parade Under Ideal Conditions Under sunny skies and tem- peratures in the 80's, the Crook County Fair Parade with pretty girls, high-stepping musicians, colorful rents and many horses traveled its way thr..ot.~h the streets of Stmdanca kicking off ~day's program for the Crook County Fair and Rodeo. Scheduled later that day were the Community Day Barbecue, Co~aty Rodeo ami Roping Club sponsored dance. ,tl~is year's parade, which had .fur its theme "More in V4," were Alice Schloredt and Curt McCullough who chose the following winners: "Senior divisiom-most repre- sentstive, 1. Sundance High School band, 2. Tracy Muter Co., 3. Sundance Fire De~ent. Most htmmrous, 1. RC Oil Co., 2. Turf Bar and Lounge, 3. Bear Lodge District of the Black Hills Natien~l Forest Service. Most beautiful, 1. Elk Horn CMe, 2. Crook CounW Cow Belles, 3. Give and Gain Home- makers.- - .... Junior division--most repre- seatative, 1. Ride 'n Hide 4-H Club, 2. Blacktail Hustlers 4-H Club, 3. Kam Mountain Kids 4-H Club. Most humorous, 1. Carlfle Wranglers 4-H Club, 2. Energy Electric Kids, 3. Coors Recyc- ling Wagon. Most beautiful, 1. Spoons and Spools 4-H Club, 2. bike riders Cory Vail and Gil Vondriska. Best dressed little boy, 1. Craig Mathews, 2. Jarrett Smith. Best dressed little girl, 1. Pam Rush, 2. Tina Seeley. There were 32 units entered in the adult division and 12 in the junior division. First place wanners in both division received $I0 and second $5. All places also received rosettes. First place best dressed little boy and girl received a rosette and $5 and second place received $5. All prizes were given by the Crook Cmm~y Fair Board. Marleae Simons, parade chair- lama, said the Belle Fourche ~gh School band, which had plans to attend, had to cancel at the last minute because not ~ of the band mem- bers could come. In smmning up this year's ,parade, Mrs. Simons said that she thought it was better than last year tm, t would like to see someone else take over the chair- mans~p next year. "I think we need new blood in, the ~an- ship position. Someone with some new ideas," she said. She felt that if more of the coxmty bands could attend it wouldgive the parade a big lift. But overall, she said, she was very pleased with the number of people from around the coun- ty who come to witness it each year. She has been parade chairman for three years. MNS Bridge Club Meets MNS Bridge Club met at the home of Verna Miller Monday arming. Guest players were Betts Seeley, and Marjorie Mc- CImv. High went to Verna Mil- ler, second to Betts Seeley and low to Edna Biuney. Mamie McAnally will be the hostess next week. Susan Worthingtee Hosteet To B and T Bridge Club B and T Bridge Club met Wed- nesday evening at the home of Susan Worthington. Mary Ru- land was a guest player. Hig[ieh went to Norma Bernd, second to Jeanette Mathis, and low to Clara Orr. Ladles' slacks, stats; juror, teea aml girls' slac~ s~l tops. Maay styles aad colors waiting at the Jack aml Jill Sh~. Week end guests of Mrs. Paul Yoeman were her nieces, Mrs. Lois Edwards and granddtildron, Sl~ve Lflan of Denver and Mrs. Eva Neiman and sons Lindy and Craig of Hule~. They attended the Fair and rodeo. Minnie Christianson of Belle Fonrche is ~sp~" ~rsa" few weeks with her Yoeman. Chad Yoe- man is home visiting his mother for a time. Jack aad Jill Shop says "Plan on attending Sundanee Apprecia. tim Days Sept. 3-7. Boys' shirts and iron-clad jeans, slacks and sex, sizes 2-16, at. the Jack and Jill Shop. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Watson of Sheridan visited their son and family,' Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Watson and attended the Crook County Fair. Larry Clark Celebrates 13th Birthday Friday Larry Clark observed his 13th birthday Friday evening at his home with his friends and fam- ily. Birthday cake and ice cream were served to Craig Alexander, Bret Moline, Mr. and Mrs. Dar- reU Nicholas and Jason, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clark and girls, Janet Clark, Susan Waugh and Dean Ketley. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank the men who ~ut out the fire that was caused y lightning. Many thanks again. Louis Micolini ! EPISCOPAL CItURCI! OF GOOD SHEPHERD 'l'ae Rev. Stanley Cllver, Worship Services - 9:30 am. Sunday. Sunday school - 9:$0 a.m. Sunday. ME~DIST allmal, Ray. prmk Gunter Clmt~ Services - Sg~lay,, 9a.m. SE~aNTH.D&Y AD~ alURal Myron W. T~t, P~ Sabbath School, Saturday, 9:N a.m. Worship services, Sahaxlay, 11 am. Prayer ~ Tues- day, 7 p.m. The public is invited to atteo~. CHURCH OF CHRIST Earl Shaw, Preacher Suuday - Bible .~ 10 a.m. Worship service amd 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Wednead~ m~wicee, 8 p.m. SUNDANCE WESMZYAN CHURCH Rould ~, Pm~ Sunday School, 9:00 a.m. Worship Service, 10:00 a.m. Even/rig Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Service: B/ble Study and Prayer, 7:30 p.m. LInIIERAN CHURal Worship Service - Smday, 9 a.m. Sunday School and Adult Bible Class - 10 a.m. Bethlehem lather,-, Moorcr~ Sunday School - 10:15 a.m. Worsh~ Service - 11:30 aaa. CATHOLIC aIURCII Ray. Jolm Wright Mass sdmdule: St. Amlm~y's, Upton, Sunday, $ a.m. St. Paul's' Sundam-,e, SundaF, 10 a.m. St. Patrick's, Moo~ Satin'- da~eesi:~0 p.m. on bdere Sunday ses at any lime. for all schools. oil bid was sub- were in- fuel oil as and where available. Blmllmm proposals one and ot the policy recom. activity travel. that building priorities for all p.laced on a prioYity me next meeting. Dorothy Rancher on a temporary l~sis nt Moorczoft sch;~ol. extend' Alzada bus upon request of Wilin. to pay teachers during the rag- pay an axiditional to the Black School for the Returning high school faculty are: Donna Alien, home econom- ies; Robert Beaudoin, history; Joyce Hendrickson, Spanish and German; Duane Hartl, com- merce; Neff Hoffine, social stud- ies and driver's education; Rich- ard Hubbard, vocational agricul- ture.. Don~bt Jundt, industrial arts; Lee, art; Hugh Palmer~ science and head foofl~ll and track coach; Dalla Swisher, Eng- lish; Joseph Whittemore, math; Glen Wyatt, science; Earl G.ap/, social studies and head wrestling coach, and Tom Wells, junior high English, football, basketball and track and senior high head basketball coach. Eldo~ John- son, who was going to teach jun- ior high maih, resigned last week and no replacement has been found. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundanee, Wye. Aug. 22, 1974 Koran Itawken is Bride Of James W. Dagger Karen Irene Hawken and James W. Dugger exchanged wedding vows July 27 at Denver, Colorado. The double ring cere- mony was performed by WiUiam F. Gausman, minister of the United. Methodist Churuh, at 4:00 p.m. Pareuts of the bride m'e Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hawken of Sun- dance, Wyoming and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dugger of Lakewood, Colorado. Attendants were Joyce L. Estep, sister of the groom and DMe C. Wayman. isa Mrs. Duggerschoolgraduate of Sundance High and attend- ed National College of Business at Rapid City, S, b. She is em- ployed at the U. S. Federal Con- ter at Denver. Dugger is a Viet Nam Air Force vetera~ and is in business with his f~ther and attends college in Denver. 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