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PAGE 20 THE SUNDANCE TIMES AUGUST 23. 1979 Annual CCFB Meeting coming Annual meeting of the Crook County Farm Bureau will be held in Sundance Sept. 15. Hi~hlights of the group's annual business session will be election of officers, resolutions and selection of dele- gates for both the district meeting at Newcastle and the state meet- ing at Jackson. The meeting will be held at the , ,m~,.ant ~ at 6:50 p.m. with a prime rib dinner. Entertainment will be furnished by the Close Encounters Coffee- house with Rusty Hudelson at the piano. A resolutions meeting ~ll be held at 8 p.m. Sept. 10 at the CCFB office in Sundance. All resolution chairmen have been asked to attend and bring their local resolutions to the meeting. Auto crash kills two A Belle Fourc~e woman, and a two-month-old infant were kill- ed Sunday afternoon in the crash of two cars at the intersection of State 11 and U.S. 14 about 12 miles east of Sundunce. Dead at the scene of "the ac- cident was Mrs. I)~ghy E. Abel, 67. The infant, Natasha Laura Votmubek, Spearfish, died a~ 11 p.m. Sunday in Rapid City East s~ziomd Hos#t~. The Crook County Sheriff's Office said Mrs. Abel had ap- perently left 1-90 at the Aladdin interclmnge and was northbound when sbe did not stop at the stop sign. Her car was struck broadside bya vehicle driven byMrs. Nancy Votmubek, Spearfish, who was eastbound on U.S. 14. Mrs. Votroubek and her daughter were taken by Crook county mlmlm~ to Spem~ish and ttNm ~ to P, apid City F_~t. Mrs. V otr~bek re- ceived multiple injuries including a broken arm and broken ribs. Investigating the accident were State Highway Patrolman Lane S~yder, Undershariff Ken Sipe and Deputy Sheriff Les Sipe. Calendar of Events Friday, Aug. 24 Sundmlcers Square Dance Club, 8 a.m., IOOF Hall, Haroldo ENDS THURSDAY Shows: 7 & 9:15 MOONRAKER" PG STARTS FRIDAY Shows: 7 & 9 i Cineiheatre I I e4~.aTo2 sp~. -I Nowin 2nd Week! Shows: 7 & 9:15 Wed. ~rou~ Sat. Gates open 8 p.m. Show at 8:30 p.m. GEORGE HAMILTON Skeesick, caller. Sunny Divide Farm Bureau meeting and officer election, 8 p.m., Sunny Divide Hall. Saturday, Aug. 25 Hang Gliding Meet, 1 p.m., Sundance Mountain. Chester Hejde, Associate Grand Guardian of Wyoming Jobs Daughters, Kickoff, 7:30, Masonic Hatl. Sunday, Aug. 25 Hang Gliding Meet, All Dqy. Tuesday, Aug. 28 The county group said that all county Farm Bureau locals should be holding their annual meeting to elect, officers and pass res- olutions before the annual county meeting. Tickets to the meeting are available at the county office here. Crook County Cowbelles pot- luck luncheon, 12:30 p.m., Flora Miller home, Aladdin. Wednesday, Aug. 29 Social Security Representative, 8 a.m., to 11 a.m., Jury T, oom, Courthouse. Weather The readings: Aug. 7 88 64 0 Aug. 8 75 59 1.49 Aug. 9 73 59 .17 Aug. 10 72 47 0 Aug. 11 83 50 0 Aug. 12 83 61 0 Aug. 13 67 52 .32 Aug. 14 59 46 .15 Aug. 15 74 49 0 Aug. 16- 81 57 0 Aug. 17 77 57 .24 Aug. 18 75 53 0 AUg. 19 66 52 .41 Aug. 20 68 53 .01 AUg. pres. - 2.79. Year to date - 12.96 in. ~ssioners make board ap ntmms plus "HEROES" Sun. Mon., Tues. "PREYI~BABY" with Br~ke Shields R plus "KING OF THE GYPSIES" R Appointments were made to two boards when Crook County Commissioners met Aug. 7. Elva Crago was named to serve on the Crook County Fair Board to fill. out the unexpired term of Margaret McCullough. Jane Norman was appointed to a posi- tion on the Northeastern Wyo- ming Mental Health Board fol- lowing the resignation of Caroline Barton from the board. Approval was given for the purchase of sheriff's cars. The bid of Tracy Motor Co. of $7,828.24 per car for two cars was accepted and will be paid fo~ out of the sheriff's budget. Two more cars at the same price will be ordered and will be funded by a grant from the State Highway Safety Program. An immunization program for the county was approved as pre- sented by ERa Kennedy, director of nursing services for the De- pertinent of Health, Beverly Brown, district supervisor, and Dave Hefner, administrator for Crook County Memorial Hospital. Hefner said specific plans for the program are pending but that they include arrangements for immunization clinics in Sun- dance, Hulett and Moorcroft. Crook County School District Suverintendent Jack McNutt dis- iil| cussed the school district b~ fund with the commissioners dJ: they agreed to levy from the buildingfund over the next: m, years at $150,000 per year. A malt beverage license approved for Keyhole a malt beverage permit for hole Korner. Library receives federal grant Crook County Library will ceive a $2,000 grant from Services and Construction Federal Funds, Wayne H. Johnson, librarian. The county Gretchen Olson. The grant wili be used media for children. Title I grknts from LSCA totaling $$78,162.51 are distributed to 10 braries and to the Wyoming brary Association, Johnson The funds are available each for county librari'es and used for any purpose stmction. Photo session for semors Qualitone Studios will be Sundance Aug. 26 to take of senior students who yet had their photographs Interested persons tact Veronica Cooper at to set up a time. Make your best deal ...salre SSSSSSSSSS then get a $400 DIRECT FROM CHRYSLER! When you buy or lease at retail any new 1979 compact, mid-size or full.size car, van or domestic truck during CAR CLEARANCE CARNIVAL 11 Troy Motor Co. East.l-gO Irmlrch~ Sundmce Ph. 283-1355