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PAGE 14 .THE SUNDANCE TIMES AUGUST 23, 1979 Maupin Memorial 4-H Rodeo results listed The Maupin Memorial 4-H Rodeo was held July 28 and 29 in Hulett. Top contenders included Milton Tope, Belle Fourche, S.D., senior boys all-around; Kay Kanode, Mooreroft, senior girls all- around; Yvette Ruebel, Whitewood, S.D., junior girls all-around; Deug Grif- ris, Hulett, junior boys all- around; sad Kathy Davis, Colony, junior-junior all around. Winners in the various events are listed below. Calf Riding: 1. Shanna Newland, Colony; 2. Kathy Davis, Colony; 3. Laura Pat- ten, Belle Fourche; 4. Scott Lorenz, Belle Fourche; 5. James W'flliams, Moorcroft; 6. John Giacometto, Belle Fourche; 7, Warney Strong, Osboto, Wyoming. Sixth and seventh place fled. Jr. - Jr. Barrel Race: 1. Tanna Negsazd, Buffalo, S.D.; 2. Kathy Davis, Belle Fourche; 3. Tami Jeneen~ Colony; 4. Richard Higgins, Ekalaka, Mont.; 5. Sheryl Davis, Belle Fourche; 6. John Giacometto. Jr - Jr. Pole Bending: 1. Lo~iee House, Carlile, Wyo- ming; 2. Tami Jensen, Col- ony, Wyoming; 3. Kathy Da- vis, Colony, Wyoming; 4. John Giacometto, Belle Fourche; 5. Lee Jensen, Col- ony;6. Sheryl Davis, Colony. Jr. Girls Pole Bending: 1: Kathy Carmin, Moorcrofl; 2. Tina Williams, Moorcroft; 3. Wendy Reynolds, Gillette; 4. Yvette Ruebel, Whitewood; 5. Tammy Tope, Belle Fourche; 6. Marcia Orwick, Newell. Jr. Girls Barrel Race: 1. Yvette Rubel, Whitewood; 2. Staci Goff, Buffalo, S.D.; 3. Janice Davis, Colony; 4. Tina Williams, Moorcroft; 5. Kathy Carmin, MoorcroR; 6. Marcia Orwick, Newel, S.D. Jr. Girls Breakaway: 1. Janice Davis, Colony. Jr. Girls Goat Tying: 1. "Marcia Orwick, Newell; 2. Tina Williams, MoorcroR; 3. Janice Davis, Colony; 4. Yvette Pubel, Whitewood, S.D.; 5. Kathy Carmin, Moorcroft; 6. Kristi Dean, Belle Fonrche. Jr. Bareback: 1. Joe Gia- cometto, Belle Fonrche. Cattle Riding: 1. Chad Matbews, Hulett; 2. Dons Griffis, Hulett; 3. Joe Gia- cometto, Belle Fourche; 4. Dan Etbaner, Moorcroft; 5. Bill Stults, Hulett; 6. Sterling Lamb, Belle Fourche. Jr. Boys Breakaway: 1. Joe CdacometW; 2. Todd Hoeee, Carlile; 3. Doug Grif- fis, Hulett; 4. Sean Patten, Belle Fourche; 5. Steve Gor- well, Belle Fourche. Jr. Boys Goat Tying: 1. Steve Gorwell; 2. Doug Grif- fis; 3. Chad Mathews,~ 4. Justin Robinson, Moorcroft; 5*. Scan Patten; 6. Dan~ EL- bauer. Ribbon Snatching: 1. 1~ Dona Sepp, UptOn; 2. Pa u~a Snook, Hulett; 3. Ronna Lemmel, Mud Butte; 4. Sharyl Sapp, Upton; 5. Kay Kanode, MoorcroR; 6. Leslie Patten, Belle Fourche. Sr. Girls Barrel Race: 1. Mary Orwick, Newell; 2. Dawn Nuckolls, Hulett; 3. Kay Kanode; 4. Shady Sapp; 5. Loft Bradley, Sturgis; 6. Paula Snook. St.. Girls Breakaway: 1. Terri Higgins, Ekalaka, Mont.; 2. Lori Bradley, Stur- gis; 3. Mary Orwick; 4. Leslie Patten. Sr. Girls Poleo: .I. Kay Kanode; 2. Dawn Nuckolls; 3. Ronna Lemmel; 4. Deb Niemi, Buffalo, S.D.; 5. Terri Higgins, Eklaka, Mont.; 6. Sh~l Sapp. St. Girls Goats: 1. Kay Kanode; 2. RaDonna Sapp; 3. Mikel Higgins; 4. Leslie Patten; 5. Sharyl Sapp; 6. Paul Flasted, Alzada, Mont. Bull Riding: 1. Jim Hale, Union Center, S.D. Saddlebronc: 1. Chad Griffis, Hulett; 2. Leo A. Giacometto, Belle Fourche. Sr. Bareback: 1. Chad Griffis; 2. Duane Bush, Fruitdale, S.D.; 3. Marty Symonds, St. Onge; 4. Kelly Wardell. Steer Wrestling: 1. Leo A. Giacometto; 2. Milton Tope. Calf Roping: 1. Milton Tope; 2. Gary Bischoff, Belle Fourche; 3. Luster Vig, Mud Butte; 4.. Steve McAmis; 5. Troy Tope; 6. Jerry Rathbun, Hulett. Team Roping: 1. Milton & Troy Tope, Belle Fourche; 2. Jerry Rathbun & Billy Bob Mc~re eY; 3. Chad Mathews n Griffis; 4. Terry & Mikel Higgins, Ekalaka; 5. Ral)onna Sapp & Dung Gril- fis; 6. Harlan Stephens & Miller. Jim ~ Is mOm~ Jim S. Lmb, Sundsaee, has been electod to nxemlx~-. ship. in the American Angus Association. The association, with some 38,000 active life sad junior members, is the largest beef cattle registry ~on in the world. Its oomputerized records include detailed in- formation on nearly 10 mil- lion registered Angus. LABOR DAY DALLY TEAM ROPING Monday, Sept. 3 Golden Age Report The van made a trip to Rapid Monday and to Sturgis Friday taking Ralph Watson and R. Van Vactor to Fort Meade. Ruth Sylveoter sad Ethel Taylor of Moorcroft were visiting the center one after- noon last week. Our - monthly Pancake Supper is being held tonight, August 20. Walt Tracy was at the center Thursday, Aug. 16 for the noon meal. He is at the Dorsett Home in Spearfish. Wilbur sad Iris Dlliavou are going to Delaware for a Business celebration of his's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Schiller of Clovis, N.M., Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rooney and granddaughter of Miles City, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Will- iams and Connie, and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kipp had supper with Mm. Genieve George. Friday night, Mr. and Mrs. Schiller remained until Sunday and ac- companied Genieve to church. Bingo will be in play Aug. 23, at 7:30 P.M. The blood bank is being held at the center Aug. 31, 1979 from l:00"p.m, to 9:30 p.m. Your support is ap- preciated. The board meets Sept. 10 at 7:30 p.m. Senior Citizens Day is being held in Laramie Sept. 21-22. All single rooms are taken. Get your name in --Professional THIS SPACE FOR RENT Don Go.man Ph. Office: 283-3477 Home: 283-2892 /~,op/e qou can count on... Life Insurance Affiliate: United of (~maha Dr. fl.L. Holberg C hiropractor No appointment needed, 415V2 Alden St., " Stmdance ~ Hrs., Men. to FrL I:00 to 5:00 soon, zt you wish t The banquet, motel room will If you are of income criteria, eligibl~ for cost. See Genieve~ inquire at the ther information. George and attended a day evening, their grandson Hulett and his Aaberg of Devils was held at the Ranch in, setting. The span short for a ms~ enough to $$$$ THIS FOR [[[IHmlHIIIIIIIIIIIIIXIIHHIIHIIIIIHIIIIIJ IHIIIIIIIHIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII~ J -c .D's - . -ws _, Pi | Dr. T.H. 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