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September 21, 1967

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Sherry Mahoney, second from right, is shown as she was crown- ed as the new Miss Crook County Farm Bureau queen. Placing the crown on her head is Mariorie Ferrell, SOndence, last year's queen. Judy Clark, left, Sund~nce, was second rurmer.up and Cheryl Chatfield, representing the Sunny Divide local was first runner-up. Miss Mahoney, daughter of Mr. end Mrs. John Mahoney and a Hulett senior, represented the Alva local. Eight Crook county girls com- peted here Saturday night for the title of "Miss Crook County Farm Bureau." Competition was held at the ,annual meeting of the Crook County Farm Bureau. Sherry Mahoney, a Hulett high school senior and one of the girls representing the Alva local, won the title. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mahoney. Cheryl .2hatfield, Sundance sen- ior representing the Sunny Divide local, was first runner-up. Second runner-up wa~ Judy Clark, an- other Sundance senior represent- ing .the Sundance local. Miss Mahoney will represent Crook county at the state, meeting at Lusk in November wllere she mill compete for a ,trip to the na- tional convention. Other contestar~ts were Kath- leen McAmis and Pat Conroy, Al- va local; and Dela R~thbun, Sheri Wolfskill and Sandra Wa~ts, New Haven. Bad roads apparently prevented Laray Kottraba, Moor- croft from .attending. Each of the contestants receiv- ed ,a corsage and .the queen re- ceived .a crown, from the Crook CounCy Farm Bureau. The girls also received cor~ifieates and gifts from Crook County business- men. Judges for the contest were Russ Olsmstead, Belle junior high principal; Mrs. ord Hansen, Sturgis Engiishq or; and Dr. Jim Loescher, fish veterinarian. Businessmen ,giving cash certificates for the quee~ CestanCs were: ~oorcrof - Jones Don's 'Sinclair, Wild Horse lie's Trading Post, Court, Stewart's Texaco Mourcroft Drug, Mooreroft ery, Hughes' Clothing & ,ture and Hall's Food Mart. ,Hulett - Hule,tt Conoco, Hulett Skelly Long's Clothing, Bunney's S&A Cafe & Supply Cash Store. Wesley's Mercan,tile, Carlile Store, Carlile; Gulch Store, Devils Tower; :Otis Deeder, Tower Sundance - Sundance Bank, Roberts Hardware ture, Durfee's, Sundance Sundance Drug, Sharps' ~are, Model chine, Inc., Petersen Grain Co., Security Trust Co., Lee's Pharmacy, er Market, Tri,County Association, Log Cabin way Service Station, ~Big D. Co., Jack and Jill Shop an~l der Puff Salon. Sundance Farmers Union Meets at Cook Home S~-~ten of the eight contestants In the Miss Crook County Farm Bureeu contest are pictured above following selection of the queen Saturdey night during the Crook County Farm Bureau meeting. Shown left to right are Sendre Watts, Sherry Wolfsklll, Judy Clark, queen Sherry Mehonoy, Pat Conroy, Kathy McAmis and Cheryl Chetfleld. Dela Rathbun is not pictured. ' D', Lincoln Dillon, Peruvian ex- sang in Spenlsh during the Creek hlmge student teaching Spenlsb County Farm Bureau's annual at M~roft, played guitar 4rodmeeting here Saturday nlgdht, it wan Dillon'a first public musical appeorence. Mrs. Noel Edwards spent Sat- urday-Monday with her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Summers of Redwater. Sunday, the group drove to Rapid City via Boulder Canyon and had din- ner with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bea- gle and family and visited Mr. and Mrs..Bill Davis and Mrs. Jes- se Summers. Coats from sizes 2-14 for the girls at the Jack and Jill Shop. Those from Sundance who at- ,tended the W~o-Dak Travel Con- ~erence banquet in Gillette Mon- day evening were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth BenRick, Orlo Jackson, Dick Spracklen, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Bernd, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Popham and Mr. ,and Mrs. Harold Bernd. R. M. Bernd was also present for ,the WTC meeting and conference held during .the day. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lappe had su:pper with their daughter El- leon, and Linda Schindler at the girls' apartmen~ ~vhile shopping in ,Rapid City ~aturday. Mr. and Mrs. Don Brunson and family of Upton were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd ~Brunson. ~rs. Edsell Rog- ers, Spearfish visited in ,the after- noon and said ~t her daughter Bonnie is recoverirtg satisfactorily in the I-Iomestake HospRal in Lead from a serious illness.- Coots end cercoats for the la- dies at the Jack and Jill Shop. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ma, urice Classick were ,their doughier and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Heft. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Waring and son of Belle Fourche were Sun- day guests of Mrs. Waring's aunt Mrs. A. B. Durfee. F_,ddy Meisner and New~on Hol- bert were Friday afternoon call. ors in the Sam Lappe home. Sand Creek Homemakers Hold Regular Meeting The regular meeting of the Sand Creek Make and Bake Ex- tension club was ~held Sept. 14 ~t ,the ~home of Carolee Julin. Twelve members and ,t~vo guests a,trend- ed. Members answered roll call wih "An Exciting Event in My Summer.' Members were told that Flor- ence Winkler's Swedish cookie recipe had been printed in the "Favorite Recipes ,from Country Ki,tchens" dessert .cookbook. A report was given on the club's entry in the county fair parade and the ,club's ,booth at Che fair. Final plans ~vere made for the club's Achivement Day exhibit. The Sand Creek club was ~ostess ,for Achievement Day with eight merabers a~tending. Appointed ,to the new program committee were Sharon Ceckrell, Alvera Leitner and Isabel Willert. A regular meetinrg of ~hel dance Farmers Union ~vas at the Bob Cook home in dance Saturday night.. Guests at the meeting and Mrs. Leonard Graham,' ~ional directors ~rom the Mountain and national Union offices in Denver. The group discussed most urgent at ,th~s time, ~Natioal Farmers Union is cn in Washington, D. C. Cook, Farmers Union agent, said the company r tted "excellent" in the 1967 "Best's He said the rating ,tablished by Best's are very Mrs. Gall 0'Hayer, senior leader, received her leader pin. Two senior .studied "Rural America .People." Susan Lantz and 0'Hayer earned their pins and are eligible to .take in 'the Torchbearer ing the Rocky Mountain Union convention in Denver. Janette O'IIaver also her two-year ,leadership Ing the meeting. Also awards were Bobby Smith, 4-Fear pin; Kathy O' aver, 5-year ,pin; and Mel~sa junior first year ,pin. ,, , , , Welcoming Coffee is Held For Mrs. StJnloy Gross A welcoming coffee for Stanley Gross, wife of commander of Sundance ~ws held Tuesday morning squadron multi,purpose Approximately 50 ~e 731st Wives Club and Mrs. Gross was each of them in a receiving C~ffee and pas,tries vided by members and tions of yellow and blue by Mrs. Norm,a Jones Kristin Marlatt graced ~he ior. Mrs. Gross comes to AFS w~th her husband assignment in Ottawa, where he served as an officer ~vi,th the Royal Air Force. Seven~y-se~en percen o ~amilies ~)wn automobiles percent of these atttos ar~ in driving to work. The month of en,tl~, the highest month way fatali,ties in is followed closely ,by hen July, 'then October. is usually the mon,th wi$ fewest t tlitles. The nu mber people mobile accidents in each' year is or 1.2% of the state's ulaflon.