Newspaper Archive of
The Sundance Times
Sundance, Wyoming
August 25, 1966     The Sundance Times
PAGE 8     (8 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 8     (8 of 20 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
August 25, 1966

Newspaper Archive of The Sundance Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2021. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

i :i i!~: Floyd end Ron Carr were the winning team in the first Pro-Am tournament sponsored by the Sundance Bowling Association. They rolled a six-game series of 992. The meet was held Sunday afternoon and evening at the New Hope Lanes. Other top teams included J. Hutchinson and Phil Danewood -- 979; and Lyle Fall and Gene Brendt -- 912. Club Discusses Open Aug. 29 Registration for Sundance High School and junior high students was scheduled to have been com- pleted Wednesday Aug. 24 by 4 p.m. All elementary students -- grades one through six will reg. lster the first day of school, Aug. 29. Kindergarten registration is as follows: Children living within Sun- dance (morning session) --- Aug. 29. Children living outside of Sun- dance (afternon session) --Aug. 30. Children living at the Sun. dance Air Base are considered to be in town. ~indergarten classes will begin Wednesday, Aug. 31. Faculty members will be in at. tondance on Thursday and Fri- day, Aug. 25 and 26. Faculty meetings will be held throughout the day, Thursday. ~ral schools will open Aug. 29. Two teaching vacancies still must be filled - at the Bunney and Four Corners schools. Tax Notices To Be On Time The computers in the county assessor's office are once again working and Sidney ~arvey, as. sessor, reports that the tax roll will be completed in time for tax notices to be mailed out in early September. Earlier this month, the two computers in the courthouse both broke down at the same time. Ball and Chain Tourney Here Sun. PI~e Sundance Gol~ Club is sponsoring a ,Ball and Chain tour. ~ament Sunday, Aug. 28 at ,the Sundanee course, Tee off time is I~30 p.m. Entry fee is 50 cents per person. Men and women teams from throughout the area are invRed to participate. Bill Durkee of Sundance is in charge of the event. Achievement Day The Inyan Kara Club discussed plans for a booth at Achievement Day, at its meeting with Mrs. Mildred Lenders, Aug. 17. Achi- evement Day will be held in Hulett, Sept. 17. Charlotte Eng. strom and Mildred Lenders were named to a committee to prepare the booth. Vivian Kipp introduced and narrated the story of eight of her 4-H girls who styled their own garments in the style revue at the Crook County Fair. Girls styling were Shirley Durfee, Peggy Dur- fee, Claudette Kanode, Dana Pro. ctor, Debbie Proctor, Mary Ellen Kreber, Marjorie Ferrell, and Bonnie Kipp. Later the girls were served refreshments at the Durfee home. It was announced that the elttb made $20.16 from a bake sale at the fair. The program called for ideas from club members for commun- it)" improvement. ,Many sugges- tions were made. They were foll- owed by a general discussion of how they might be carried out. The club will send more than $4 to "Pennies for International." The contribution is determined by measuring each member from the middle of the back to the tip of the middle finger. One penny was donated for each inch measured. Members answered roll call by reporting on the number of rib- bons won at the fair. Twenty- seven were reported. Thelma Glover received a special award of Mason jars for her canned meat entry. Mildred Landers was assisted by Genieve George and Charlotte Engstrom in serving the club ladies. The next meeting will be Sept. 21 at the home of Charlotte Reynolds. Job'S Daughters Meet Sept. 6 Job's Daughters will meet Tues. day, Sept. 6 instead af Sept. 5 as previously announced. A regular meeting wgill be held plus an in- stallation af the C~ardian Council. The meeting will be at 7:30 p,m, in the Masonic Lodge Hall in Sundance. CARD OF THANKS Thanks for all the support I re- ceived in She primary election. You can be assured 111 apprec- iate your vote in the general elec- tion. Henry Oudin. , Sheriff THANK YOU NOTE I wish to send my most sin- cere thanks to all of my wonder- ful friends for the very wonder- ful surprise Baby Shower they gave me. An especial thanks to Miss Cheryl Mauch and Mrs. John Wheeler who were the ,hostesses. Mrs. ten Thorton H Sundance, Contest In Oct. 29 Plans for the 1966 District "l~hke-It-Yourself-WithWool" contest have been completed and Crook county seamstresses are urged to enter the event to be held in Gillette, Oct. 29. Details of the contest have been announced by Mrs. Allen Edwards, Sundance, Crook Coun- ty chairman of the Make-it-Your- self-With-Wool contest, who was accompanied to the District con- test planning meeting in Gillette last month by Mrs. Ralph Mills, Jr., Carlile, president of the Crook County Wool Growers Auxiliary. Girls wishing to enter the con. test are to have their entries in a wek prior to the day of the contest and those beginning - 10 years of age and up - are eligible to enter the various divisions. The entry is determined by the contestant's age on December 1, 1966. Fabrics must be 100 per cent American-loomed wool with the exceptions of mohair, cashmere, alpaca, lama, camels hair, guan- aco and vicuna. These fibers may be present in the fabric in any amount. District winners will receive an expense paid trip to the State contest in Casper, Nov. 11-12 National winner will have an ex- pense paid trip via TWA to Er~gland, France and Germany. There are many scholarships, sewing machines, sewing equip- ment, yardage and other items that will be given for prizes. Anyone interested in entering the contest may get forms from Mrs. Edwards or the county ag- ent's office in Sundance; Mrs. Mills of Carlile or from Hughes Dry Goods in Moorcroft. Grain Entries To State Fair Open class exhibits sent to the state fair this week included: Wheat, Nebred, hard red win- ter - Judy Snider, Sundance. Wheat, Cheyenne, hard red winter - Penn Smith, Carlile; Howard Hauber, New Haven. Wheat, any other named vari- ety of hard red winter (Scout)- Paul Smith, Beulah. Oats, Rodney - Donal Grubb, Devils Tower. Oats, and other named variety, (Cherokee) - Harvey Hauber, New Haven; ~Minnhafer) - How- ard Hauber, New Haven. Barley, Spartan - Karen Haw- ken, Sundance. Barley, any other named vari- ety (2 row) - Hal Oudin, Sun- dance. Alfalfa Seed - Fred Cundy, Karen Hawken, Sundanee. Intermediate wheat grass seed- Karen Hawken, Sundanee. The Women's City ing Association will Friday ,Aug. 26 .. m. in the Tri.CoUnW tric hospitaliW ~.~, WSCS Coffee Bake Sale The Women's tian Service will and bake sale at th( Lillian Cressman 26 from 10 a.m. until The public is invited. Hills C Ph. Spearfish, S. Admission Children Weds., Thurs., Fri, Aug. 24, 25, 26, "LADY L" g O464tOt~ See Tracy Motor Now We've got a couple of new and used units we want to move before the snow falls. We'll guarantee you'll get a better deal than will be available next spring. And, you'll have a dependable tractor for winter work. Save $1500 on This Workhorse / ! FARMALL 706 5-6 PLOW TRACTOR Reg $8450 Now $7,000 Will do every job on your place - large or small. INTERNATIONAL 424 USED FARMALL C - UTILITY TYPE 2-PLOW USED J. DEERE B - Sun., Mon., Aug. 28, 29, $0 "WYOMING New Model 150 International-Harvester Shovel Grain Several Used Grain Drills - $450and Down Drill