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Crowds Jam Rodeo Here In hot stmny weather Saturday amt Stmday, rodeo fans jammed the fairgrounds arena in Sun- dance for the annual twoMay Crook County Rodeo. When the dust settled late Sunday afternoon Gene Griffis had been named all-around cow- ~yand Toni Robinson had won -around cowgirl honors. Results of the c~mpetifion were: BAREBACK RIDING Saturday; 1. & 2. (split) Monte Snook and Gene Griffis; 3. Terry Goodvin; 4. Bruce Cundy. Sunday; 1. Gene Griffis; 2. Terry Goodvin; 3. Gene Roberts; 4. Monte Snoo~. Average; 1. Griffis; 2. Snook; 3. Goodvin; 4. Roberts. BULL RIDING Saturday: 1. Run Raber; 2. Wenande; 3. & 4. Bruce Cun- dy and Doug Barton. Stmday: 1. Jim Dacar; 2. Randy~anHum~ey;. 3. Wenande; 4. Roy Average: 1. Wenande; 2. Bar- ton; 3. Dacar; 4. (split) Hum. and Raber. CALF ROPING Saturday: 1. Dann Yore; 2. Roger Kyar; 3. Jess Hoese; 4. Bay Peek. Sunday: 1. Hoese; 2. Joe Car- rain; 3. Kyer; 4, Merle Clark. Average: 1. Hoe,e; 2. Kyar; 3. Cannm; 4. Caa~. JR. STEER RIDING "- Saturday: 1. & 2. (split) Joan Zimmerschied and Jimmy Proc- tor; 3. Dane Noyce. ; 3. & 4. @plit) C. PetcifieM and Joan Zim- mersdzied. Average: 1. Zimmersehied; 2. Noyce; 3. Shetl~on; 4. Jandreau. AND SHE ROPING Saturday: 1. B(mnie end Joe Catmht; 2. Alden and Toni Robimm. Sunday: 1. Bonnie and Joe Car- rain; 2. Cleve ~ attd +Carla Liaklater; 3. Maggi and John Alden and Toni Rob- Average: 1. Bonnie and Joe Carmm; 2. Alden and Toni Ro~. imm; 3. Cleve Clark and Carla ~; 4. Mag~ and Jetm Ayree. BARREL RACING Samaxtay: 1. ~ Wagner; 2. ~ Ay~'es; 3. EHen Griffis; ~.Paula Fowler and Gayle Sunday: 1. McInerney; 2. Toni Robimon; 3. Cared Mathews; 4. Mackaben. Average: 1. Mcinerney; 2. Mackabon; 3. Robinson; 4. Ma- thews. BUSINESSMEN'S RIBBON ROPING Saturday: 1. Albert Proctor- Gerald Mclnerney; 2. Dann- Woody Vore; 3. John Ayres-Rog- er Kyar; 4. Bob Queen-Tuff Moel- ler. Sunday: 1. Dann-Woody Vote; 2. l~roctor-McInemey; 3. Joe Car- mi~Donnie W" "fllim~; 4. Ayres- Kyar. Average: 1. Proctor-McInem- ey; 2. Dann-Woedy Yore; 3. Car- rain-Williams; 4. Ayres-Kyar. St': Breakaway Roping Sa,turday: 1. Ernest Leitner; 2. -- Election (Co~fimmd from Page I) Area No. 9 and George Watts Jr. was elected in Hulett Area No. 3. Both were unopposed. Unofficial results from the cmmW's 18 precincts: U. S. REPRESENTATIVE Ropebliean Stroock 802 Jdmson 295 Hamburg 72 Demecrat Rof~alio a76 GOVERNOR Rembltmn Wallop 527 Jones .288 Peck ....... 266 Brimmer ..... 265 Demecrat Herschler 179 Ldmback 141 Rooney 67 8EC. OF STATE em-roLt "174 Crane 1.54 STATE AUDITOR ~can Griffith _1182 STATE TREASURER ~ RopubUean WRzenburge~t __1099 Adams 211 Phelan ............................ 127 STATE SUPT. Republican Schrader ~1109 ~mKl~y: 1. Ayres; 2. MoLhews; 3..Shells Pollard; 4. Bounie Car- Democrat nan. Seyfan$ Average: 1. Ayres; 2. Ha. Spigd thews; 3. Wagner; 4. Griffis. TEAM ROPINC~ Saturday: 1. Earl Jesperson- Alden Robins~m; 2. Guy Vine- yard-Kim Newlin; 3. Bob Queen- Gerald Mdnen~; 4. Howard Wtlley-Calvin Wiliey. Sunday: I. Do~ Robinson-E. L. Schlattmen; 2. Jesperson-Rob- insou; 3. John Ayres-Roger Kyar; 4. Joe Carmin-Glenn Jolmson. Average: 1. Jesperson-Robin- sort; 2. Queen-MInerney; 3. Car- min-X~b.n~m; 4. Pete Petersou- Bell Peterson. GOAT TYING Saturday: 1. & 2. IAnda Macka- ben and Bonnie Carmin; 3. Kathy Mackaben; 4. Tom Robinson. Sunday: 1. Linda Mackaben; 2. Robhmon; 3. Jan Brosa; 4. Dana Linkla~er. Average: 1. Linda Mackaben; 2. Robinson; 3. Brosa; 4. Link- later. JR. BARREL RACING Saturday: 1. Dana Linklater; 2. Chuck Pollard; 3. Jerry Rath- btm; 4. Voy Cox. Sunday: 1. Cox; 2. Joan Zim- memchied; 3. Pollard; 4. Pare Reynolds. Average: 1. Pollard; 2. Cox; 3. 7Anmmrschied; 4. Reynolds. JR. BREAKAWAY ROPING Saturday: I. Mike Mclnerney; 2. Chtr.k Pdlard; 3. Berry Mack. StanCE COURT case was heard last week in Sundance Justice CO~t before JuStice of the Peace Alice Schlor- e~ Paul O. Linsley, Ellsworth speeding 42 mph in 30 zone, fined $12.00 and $4.00 court cost. Plead guttty. 175 _146 STATE SENATE Repub~m Smith .704 Orr .......................................... 654 COUNTY COMMISSIONER Republican Sv~boda o 908 Gamum $6S Snook _ 464 Coleman 28S Vondriska __147 Democrat Gose ~9 Brm~ou .................................. 254 COUNTY CORONER Republican Roberts ............................... 1228 COUNTY ATTORNEY Democrat Macy _'-__ ........................... 345 Ropubliean Peterson .................................. 1122 COUNTY CLERK Republican Roadffer 760 Bailey 478 Democrat Moberg ........................................... 327 COUNTY TREASURER Democrat Glover =. .................................... 368 COUNTY ASSESSOR Rqmbliean Cole ........................................ 1232 CLERK OF COURT Republican Pdchards ~980 Cure ....................................... 370 SCHOOL BOARD Hulett No. 2 Bush __==_:: .................. 902 Wilson ...................................... .761 H~ett No. 3 Watts ........................................ 1470 Meereroft No. 6 Mills ....................................... 127,1 Ulxiike (write-in) ............... 253 Sundanoe No. 9 Roberts 1427 SU/~ANCE Smdance, Wy~ Aug. 22, t~P74 Don Williams; 3. David Sipe; 4. A~bert Prootor. Sunday: 1. Gene Griffis; 2. C, ene Cox; 3. Dave Sipe; 4. Jack Proctor. Average: 1. Dave Sipe; 2. Dave Garman; 3. Ernest Leitner; 4. Gene Cox. The Crook County Horsemen's Association extended a special thanks to all the prize donors, Bear Lodge Snowmobile Club, the Bear Lodge Motel for the use of their facilities and to the many pople who worked to stage the successful rodeo. Jim Hun~es was the Hardluck Cowboy and received a case of ~.. from Mona Short Line Tel. The Hardluck Cowgirl was ,Floral Arcade Grand Opening Set for Friday Hugh and Mardell Palmer, owners of Floral Arcade, Sun- dance's newest business estab- lishment, announced this week that the firm's grand opening will be held Friday from 9 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Door prizes to be given away are five $5 gift certificates and the first 20 people will receive a flee corsage. The Floral Arcade, located next to the Seventh-day Adventist Church in South Sundance, spec- ializes in cut flowers for all oc- Kris Davis who received a lamb ca.dons and also handles a com- pelt from Wool Growers Auxili- plete line of potted plants from my. the greenhouse plus handmade Stmday afternoon Jimmy Long ceranmic~ and lawn and garden w~ the greased pig conte~t, supplies. Friday, Aug. 23 Sunny Divide Farm Bureau ~., Sunny Divide Meeting on senior citizens gram, 11 a.m., courthouse room, Sundance. Monday, Aug. 26 Pre-school workshop, 8:4,5 Stmdance High School. Wednesday, Aug. 28 Crook county schools opea J 1974-75. Friday, Sept. 6 Devils Tower VFW Post, ~Yid.m., VFW Hall, Sundance. ay, Sept. 13 Sundance Commercial 6:30 p.m., Are Care. Satarday, Sept. 14 Crook County Farm Bm-eao ram1 meeting, 6:30 p.m., pal parish Sundance. Beautiful Beauties Excellent Used Cars from Tracy's. Clean, late-model cars -- you won't find better ones anywhere 1972 Plymouth Station Wagon A real good station wagon with only 34,000 miles ................................ 1971 MERCURY MARQUIS BROUGHAM PS, PB, AC, tape deck, power seats and windows $2995 1970 PLYMOUTH GRAN COUPE 2 dr. hardtop, PS, PB, AC $1425 1969 CHEVROLET SUBURBAN V-B, AT, PS, PB $1595 1968 PLYMOUTH FURY I $795 , ,,,, , ,, 1963 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER $2oo, 1971 PLYMOUTH VALIANT 4-DOOR SEDAN Has straight stick and six.cylinder engine. $1795 1970 FORD GALAXIE WAGON Autg., PS, PB, AC $1295 1968 PLYMOUTH P$, PB, AC $995 1968 CHRYSLER 4-DOOR $850 J FURY III i 1961 PLYMOUTH $2oo j Tracy Motor Co' hy , ss Our 38th Year of Service