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PAGE 18 THE SUNDANCE TIMES AUGUST 23, 1979 Veslgnaem d Pomng Pt=~ Crook County, Wyo. In conformity with 22.1-170 Wyoming Statutes 1977, the following polling places are designated for the School District Election Sept. 11, 1979. Sundance Inside District No. 1 Northside Precinct No. 1 Sundance Inside District No. 1 Southside Precinct No. 2 Sundance Outside District No. 2 Prednct No. 2 Court House Basement Court House Basement Court House Basement Beulah District No. 3 Precinct No. 3 Aladdin District No. 7 Prednct No. 7 Pine Creek District No. 8 Precinct No. 8 Aladdin Community Building Aladdin Community Building Aladdin Community Building Alva District No. 9 Precinct No. 9 Little Missouri District No. 10 Precinct No. I0 Hulett Outside District No. 13 Precinct No. 13 Hulett Inside District No. 14 Precinct No. 14 Hulett City Hall Hulett City Hall Hulett City Hall Hulett City Hall Tower Junction District No. 11 Precinct No. 11 Elmore District No. 12 Precinct No. 12 Moorcroft Outside District No. 16 Precinct No. 16 Moorcroft Inside District No. 18 Precinct No. 18 Rocky Point District No. 20 Precinct No. 20 New Haven District No. 23 Precinct No. 23 Oshoto District No. 26 Precinct No. 26 Colony District NO. 24 Precinct No. 24 Dated this 23rd Day of August, 1979 Aladdin, Judy Brengle August 20, 1979 This is the funniest August weather I have ever seen, cloudy and hazy and rainy days. The combining is going pretty slow in the community. It ishard to believe that next week school will be starting. The DeYoe's have had an exciting and happy week. On the 13th Juan and Cindy Garrett of Belle Fourche, had a baby" boy, weighing 8 Ibs. and 1 oz. and has been named Juan Day Jr. On the 17th Rick and Marlene Nei- man of Hulett had a baby girl weighing 8 Ibs. and I oz, and has been named Brandy Marie. Congratulations to these kids and their grand- parents the Dick DeYee's. On this past Sunday the DeYoes celebrated Mark Garrets birthday with a Sun- day dinner, those that helped Mark make it a good day were Juan and Cindy Garrett and Juan Jr, Ted and Javon Corean and Jami and Bret and Brenda DeYee, Tom and Sandy DeYee and girls of Newel], they all enjoyed Sunday dinner together. The Jim Geis family visit- ed at the Dennis Klocker Hulett this past week. The Chebrleaders held a car wash on Saturday at Hulett. Doug Harris spent Satur- day with us, we took him home on Saturday evening. Doug Lei and friend of Buf- falo spent Saturday night with us. Dick DeYee was a coffee guest during the week. We had a new little neice bOrn on Thursday, Steve and Cathy Brengle bad a new little daughter named Angola Yvonne, she has one brother Jason. John and Margaret Moline attended the 50th wedding anniversary of the Harold Exberg's of Belle Fourche at the Moose Hall on Sunday, then they drove through the Black Hills. Mark Bunney and Bret Moline are attend- ing football practice in Sun- dance these two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fink, of Belle Fourche visited at the Martha Bafly home on Sunday. Mr. Fink Margie is Martha's sister. They help- ed Martha cut some wood for wiq~er. ttmmmSker gives tips If you have ever tried Sunny Divide Community Building Moorcroft City Hall Moorcroft City Hall Moorcroft City Hall Nebraska School House New Haven Community Hall New Haven Community Hall Colony Community Building Ruth E. Davidson County Clerk you may be intested in some tips by Ruth Elliston, ex- tension housing, furnishing and equipment specialist at the University of Wyoming.* Elliston"says if a shade flied back to the original position when you let go, the problem is a tight spring. She said to repair it, roll the shade all the way to the top, lift the rolled up shade out of the support brackets and un- roll it not more than two re- volutions. Check the tension after replacing the shade, repeating if necessary. Conversely, if the shade will not return to its orginial position, or unwinds by it- self, the spring is too loose. Elliston said to correct this problem pull the shade part way down, remove it from the brackets and roll not more than two revolutions of cloth onto t~ roller. Another problem address- ed by Elliston is a shade that doesn't catch and hold prop- erly. She said that can be caused by incorrectly install- ed brackets, or the improper engaging of the pawl and the racket mechanism. Elliston says to make sure the roller has sufficient play without rubbing the brackets, mak- ing sure the flat pin is verti- cal in the slot hole in the anism from working proper- with sturdier screws if B&T Bridge Club]~ ly," Ellistonsaid. "Todlean necessary. . home Aug. 15 withI it, remove the shade and --Never oil the pawl and bles of cards in plaY..J clean out the space around ratchet mechanism of any were Mrs. Howard the flat pin using a snlall roller, and nevertake the cap Mrs. John Binney. I brush. Blow out any dirt, off the end. Winning high sc0@| and sprinkle a little powder- --Do not roll shades half- evening was Mrs. | | ed graphite over the mech- way up by hand. This may Bernd with Mrs. ~ | anism to free it. result in permanent damage and, and Mrs. Dale Other advice offered by to the rollers, low. J Emston: , ..... The club will mee~ II th 1~. xommy oeeley nesm --If e shade falls out of "T ..... at the home of ~ | the bracket, see if the brack- m~, Bnage uJuD , Worthington ] q ets are loose, re-l-ring ,=;1= wirs. Tommy ~eeiey was " l ~-- hostess to members of the , ,, YON EV R ~k Had. a Swell Ti-m : /~ +,~bui ~ 9~ ' i eve~ !gl Ill. a it Our Thank You to everyonewho attended our Community Day BerbecuO _ 1 [tom( Our Deep Appreciation To these people and organ,zations who help A make the event a success! Wood for the Barbecue Sundance State I~~ Bar-B-Que Pit Serving & CleanUP: ~'cP~ . r.'i -t~ Charlie Jones - Chef Ernest Thompson l~o|l~ Gaylord Lenz - Assistant , Bob Ulrich ~" "T(S" Cecil Jones Paul Sharp P home on Friday night. Frank Pearson attended the Threshing Bee at Stur- gis this "past weekend and has shopped in Belle during the week. John Whalen was a visitor on Saturday at the McGill- vary home. At the McGill- varys on Sunday were some former students of Alene McGillvary, Mrs. John Erk and her sister Celine, Mr. and Mrs. John Erk and daughter Rose, Mary and Coline enjoyed a visit and some cake and ice cream at ~e McGillvary home. The Erks are from Newell. Laura Mitchell attended the Butte county fair last week. She took her grand- daughter LeArda McKenny down to the fair. On Sunday Laura had coffee with the Wilfred Folwlkes, Laura and Cathy and Holly Mitchell bad coffee with the Fishes also on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jensen pulling a window shade down bracket. Dick Proctor Buster & Marlene Susan Worthington only to have the shade fly up '.'Dirt will sometimes keep KOO~ Aid Crew Tiny Bush " in your face when you let go, the pawl and ratchet mech- Vic Worthington B;lll K unerth , be Proc~r ; WYOMIN6 Debi z%yle rmemr DicE Hubbard ,],,lle Lenz "DrilL'S TOWER AREA" ** MONDAY SEPT 3 : ,KSIe=ettesmith SPECIAL THA TO: I 10:00 A.M. 4 -- IN mn,m-r cmc CE~Cmz, ~ ~ Rose 7_.~la PrOctor for putting ,t all together 200, ' CHOICE ACRES 1 West of Hulett, north of Devil's Tower "Whitetail Deer Capitol of the World" C0ntdbut0rs to 1979 Cmulmnity Day ! ~! Nels Srmth famil , Bear E ee , Slsson Ditc and ExcsVm~,:~'tu"; " "y Lodge ngm ri.g " hing _ ~ai Patricia ,Duca, Give and Gain Homemakers, Gill Off, Tower Cout3try Real ~,~, Madden s Livestock St. Onge, S.D., Petersen Lumber and Grain, Mr. a,d~ Tommy Seeley, G~nan Machine, Tracy Mater, Wake~eld Truck~ Se~:~; Upton, Sugar Loaf Ranch, Johnson Saw Mill, Hulett, Hughes and HugheS, Barton, Cramer Construction, The Country Store, Albert {Coop) Waters, ~ Equipment Company, Elizabeth R. (Betty) Durfee, Clark EnterpriseS~! Wenande, Energy Electric, Mr. andMrs. Frank Simons, Neiman Sawmill, p~ Sundance Duplicate Bridge Club, Inyan Kara Homemakers, Dick Ackerman,. Cressman, B & B Sales, Proctor Properties, William Jackson, Floral Arc~e A TO be OFFERm~rn 20 & 40 ACRE i LARGER TRACTS ~T!~VI~ItEI) - OPEN PARKS- LOTS OF BEAUTY Representatives of R.A."DICK" MADER & ASSOC- t ~| of Sundance and boys were S will be in Hulett at PIONEER MOTEL, SAT. & visitors at the Currens on Sept. 1 & 2 to show property. Ph. 307/467- t '~ Sunday. - if no answer call 647-9909 and leave message at Jim's One Stop. Rick and I attended a bus OWlCe. Except for these days call 307/682-3882.2 ( drivers workshop in Sun- And dance on Tuesday of last y ~ ~ Call for Brochure $ **~ week. On Friday Davanne I ~ 1~ ire , , , and Danette and l accom- R.A.- DICK MADER t 110 " - , all those who helped in the serving II : Fourche P" " Y ~I~ ~' 2~1~.~. Q ROO~Uq __ I'+ -Lmm~t~t some shopping. Davanne , ~I~ " + r Noyce has been going to ~ "~-~~ AUCTIONEERS ............... REALTO. +...elenon( .mrnnro, l e.lU, cheerleading practzce and V Ill IIII II II II II V"11 . ~ .... ti~. . ~ 307/682-3882, Oiilette, Wyo A ,]~]lU ua ql~ ~V IIl'l~lqp'lM +~J++