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Carl W. Forgey of Cody, Grand Master, I.O.O.F., will attend the Friday night meeting of Sun- dance Lodge No. 18, I.O.O.F. Members of the lo~ge are re- quested to attend the meeting for the annual visit of the Grand Master. Forming of Cub Scout Pack Here Will Be Discussed Possibility of organizing a Cub Scout pack in Sundance will be discussed at a meeting here Sept. 23. The session will be held in the TCEA hospitality room start- ing at 7:30 p.m. All parents of boys aged 8-10 are urged to attend and~ bring anyone interested in Cub scout- ing to the meeting. Several local scouters will at- tend while Douglas Swift, district scout executive, will explain the program. Port Has Top Ewe at Top prices at the annual Wyo- ming State Fair Rambouillet sale at Douglas were brought by ani- mals consigned by R. I. Port of Sundance. Leonard McCullough, Moor- croft, paid the top price of $440 for a ram consigned by Port, who also sold the highest-priced ewe. The ewe. was also bought by McCullough for $115. At the sale, rams brought an average of $152 and ewes $66. A total of 45 animals from 4-H, FFA and open livestock classes at the fair were sold. Sundance - 8:00 p.m. Friday-Saturday Sept. 16-17 "Tarzan Ape Starring Denny Miller Cesana Danova Sept, 18-19 II In Color Starring Yul Brenner Gins Lollobrigida (Continued From First Page) said the spent fuel will be kept in storage for a few months and then shipped out for re-process- ing. He said the plant equipment keeps the water used pure and that a water waste tank will be buried underground. Col. Cross said disposal of wastes will be closely monitored at all times and they will either be removed or will not harm wildlife when released. He said 25 feet of dirt will cover part of the plant and that 13 feet of water in tanks will also help in shielding the plant. James McLaughlin, AEC phys- icist, said the dirt will absorb any radiation. He said some plant wastes will be carried away and buried at AEC burial grounds. Col. Cross reviewed the history of the Army nuclear power plant program which started in 1953. He said earlier plants were all constructed of materials brought to the site and took 1 to 2 years to build. That system, he said, ran into weather problems and construction costs, especially in the arctic where construction costs were six times higher. Portable plants came about, Col. Cross said, because of the need to reduce the cost of con- struction in remote areas; the need for a design which could be placed as close as possible to the load; and the need for a stable output because of sensitive elec- tronic equipment. He said that the Martin Co. was named to design, construct and test operate the PM-1. Factors in selection of the site for service testing of the plant were: in continental northern United States, approximate c?n- ditions found in remote areas, an electrical demand about 1000 KW, a site accessible by all forms of transportation and favorable environmental conditions such as water. He said the Air Force selected the Sundance site and asked the AEC to set up the plant here. Another requirement of the power plant,,Col. Cross said, was that it be able to be shipped in modules - usually 12 but some- times 16 packages. Buildings and foundations are additional. He assured everyone that the AEC had determined thai: power plants to he operated would not cause undue injury and hazard to the public. He said the plant would use less than 600 gallons of water a day, and likely less, including water for laundry and showers. Also attending the session were James McLaughlin, AEC; and Robert Sundin, director of the division of radiological health, state department of health. Others on hand were Lt. Col. Rash; Maj. Joe John, Lt. Col. Ed Coverley and Lt. Cochran, 29th Air Division; and Maj. Prudenthal and Captain Finney, Air Defense Command. Member of Devils Tower FFA Has Champ Columbia Wayne Ballou, a member of the Hulett FFA chapter, showed the grand champion Columbia ram at the State fair earlier this month. The Columbia lamb plac- ed first in his class and later was grand champion over all ages. His sire was fourth in his class. Other places won by Ballou were: third and fourth in the yearling class and second with a flock of five. At the sale, Ballou bought 17 head of registered ewes. Results of other Hulett FFA members showed Joe French placing fourth in the medium weight baby beef class and fifth in the heavyweight class. Donald Mercer received third place on his g4-blood fleece. Mer- cer placed like this in agronomy: winter wheat, sixth; threshed spring wheat, fourth, threshed oats, third; sheaf of winter wheat, fifth; and sheaf of spring wheat, fifth. }r$ In County's 32 A total of 93 teachers are now teaching in all the schools in Crook county, County Superin- tendent of Schools Zelma Pick- erd said this week. Supt. Pickerct said there are 36 rural teachers teaching this year in 32 rural schools. This year's teaching roster shows 11 less schools and nine less teach- ers than there were last year. This year there are four 2- teachers schools as compared to two during the 1959-60 school year. Rural teachers and their schools are: District 2 - Gladys Longpre, Hulett Man Faces Four Charges In District Court A Hulett man, facing four charges in district court, is in the county jail here under bonds totaling $5500. County Attorney Cecil Hughes said Dave W. Duncan has been charged with two counts of stat- utory rape and counts of encour- aging someone to have sexual intercourse with a minor and with indecent acts with a minor. Duncan was arrested, Sept. 8 by Sheriff Henry Oudin. In Sundance Justice Court Tuesday before Justice of the Peace Charles Claar, Duncan was bound over to district court on one charge of statutory rape. His bail was set at $2500. The other three charges were contained in an information fil- ed direct in district court this week by the county attorney. Duncan appeared in district court Monday where his bail was set at $3,000. Scotty Gladstone was appointed by District Judge Rod- ney Guthrie to represent Dun- can. Hughes said Duncan would ap- pear in district court Oct. 10, opening day of the fall term. 4 County Men Consign Sheep to Newell Ram Sale Forty-four sheep breeders from six states have consigned animals to the 15th annual Western Stud Ram Show and Sale to he held this Thursday and Friday at the U. S. Field Station at Newell. The show will start at 1 p.m. Thursday with the sale held Fri- day starting at 10 a.m. Register- ed ewes and stud rams will be sold in the morning and range rams in the afternoon. Consignments total 65 stud rams and 41 registered ewes plus 304 registered range rams. Among the consignors are Don Steiger, Hulett; and R. I. Port, Harry Reynolds and Richard Sni- der, Sundance. Art Edsall, AI- zada, will be one of the judges. :e Lions A special meeting of the Sun- dance Lions Club will be held tonight at 8 p.m. at the Log Cab- in Care. District Governor Irv- ing Larsen of Torrington will at- tend the meeting. Coffee and doughnuts will be served during the evening. SundanceStudents To Face Camera Supt. Jim Andersen said Tues- day that all students in the Sun- dance schools will have individ- ual pictures taken Monday. Bill Oliver, Del-Mar Studios, Charlotte, N. C., will take pic- tures of students from kindergar- ten through the twelfth grade. Andersen said members of the senior class will be in the Hills towns Tuesday selling ads in the high school annual. are " Aladdin; Nancy Orem, Baroid, grades 1-4; Alberta Follum, Bar- old, grades 5-8; Mary Sutton, Budmayr; Vernice White, Bun- ney; Norma Jeremiason, Eothen; Amy Brown, Four Corners; Ag- nes Preslar, Upper Oak Creek. District 5 Helen Walker, Beulah. District 8 - Susie Pollard, Rifle Pit. District 9 - John Wiebe, Cedar Hall; John Reed, Snider. District 11 - Jeanne Shepherd, Baker; Rose Nei!sen, Bureh- Brislawn; Harold Bear, Cabin Creek; Florence Osboro, Cracker Creek; Eugene Gordon, Home- stake Mine, grades 1-4; Anna Hau- ber, Homestake Mine, grades 5-8; Freeda Donaldson, Lake Ranci:: Hilda Zimmersehied, New Haven; Leona Winn, Oshoto. District 19 - Aline MeGillivray, Sand Hill; Clifford Brennemaa, Wood. District 21 - Willa Walker and Mina Lea Svoboda, Alva. District 22 - Edna Morris, Bar- low Canyon; Annabelle Stephens, Brimmer; Margaret Cheshier, Forest; Phillis Habeek, P.I.C.; Milton Seandrett, Lytle Creek. District 29 - Marialys Shelden, Antelope Gulch; Fern Davidson, Government Canyon, grades 1-2- 4-5; Betsy Owens, Government Canyon, grades 6-7-8; Bertha Ma- thews, Nebraska; Maurice MeCul- len, Robinson; Effie Jolley, Storm. Sundance Senior FHA Holds First Meeting of Year The first meeting of the school year for the Sundance senior FHA chapter was held last week in the home economics room. Mem- bers discussed old and new busi- ness and named standing com- mittees for the year. The committees are: President - Joanne Clark, Shir- ley Wendt and Dollie Crawford. Program Book - Kate Cundy, Heather Hayward and Pat Mitchell. Secretary - Sandra Williams, Sandra Schultz and Gayle Sager. Treasurer - Lorna Collins, Judy Sager and Rita Mitchell. Student Council - Pauline Cum- mings, Donna Niles and Marilyn Cundy. Song Leader - Nelda Dillon, Linda Reed and Sherry Dungey. Historian - Grace Whalen, Car- olyn Hewes and .Joanne Harper. Parliamentarian Eva Chat- field, Corinne Hewes and Vivian Sipe. Reporter - Darlene Cummings, Sandra Saari and Virginia Wendt. The chapter will hold a"come as you are" breakfast in the near future. Water Division Superintendent Here Tuesday Charles C. Lawrence, superin- tendent of Water Division No. 2, said this week he v~ill be in Sun- dance Sept. 20 to take proofs on reservoirs and water rights. Lawrence will be at the Arrow- head Motel. He said applicants should bring papers, maps and permits. Duplicate Bridge Club Holds Play The Sundance Duplicate Bridge Club played a 4-table Howell movement at its regular session Tuesday night. Results were: 1. Edna Binney and Irene Mayer; and 2. C. D. Roberts and Clara Harvey and Millie Fletcher and Frances Rob- erts. The next meeting of the club will be held Sept. 20 at the TCEA hospitality room. , The readings: Max. Sept. 2 ................ 95 Sept. 3 .................. 90 Sept. 4 -- Not Read Sept. 5 ................ 90 Sept. 6 ................ 96 Sept. 7 ................ 80 Sept. 8 .................. 68 Sept. 9 .............. 73 Sept. 10 ........... 80 Sept. 11--Not Read. Sept. 12 ................. 83 4-H Ach Program Late In October County Agent Warren said Tuesday that the 4-H achievement be held at Hulett Oct. Chairman of the the program is Mrs. der. Other members of mittee are Mrs. Rose Lee Willey, Ernest Charles Kokesh and Joe Bear Lodge FFA Members In Newell Meet Members of the FFA chapter face a busy schedule within the chapter adviser Don Tuesday. Rolston named 14 boYS judged in Belle Fourclle Newell yesterday. At the same time, he FFA chapters in croft and Hulett three judging contests. will be livestock judging, ett Saturday lasting all Next week will be held for the Moorcroft and farm at Sundance. Yesterday, Bear bers judged feeder cattle Fourche in the going to Newer for Plains judging in the Members of the ing team were Jim Seeley and Dale VosS. agronomy were Ted Miller and Dennis Others making the were Marvin Crago, gey, Ronnie Weaver, gard, Joe Buresh, Dean. back, Dallas Lappe and Sipe. Car, Truck Suffd Damage in Wrecl On County No serious ed Sept. 7 following a between a Tri-CountY Association pickup car driven by on the New Haven miles out of Hulett. Delancey's mother, three passengers in the taken to a hospital but badly shaken up. Sheriff oud vestigated the vehicles were road. He said the red just after a blind Delancey was when Alfred of the pickup, came curve. Another car on an approach to ge road. McLaughlin applied but the pickup slid surface of the rear of the DeLanceY Damage to the car ed at over $600 and to $100. Mrs. Myrta Rice for Spokane, was called by the d son-in-law, Ralph was killed in an The DeJarlais lived in the Houston