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Nuckolls was re-elected pres- of the Crook County Farm Saturday night when the held its annual meeting of county and local Bureau officers and voting .and selection of the Crook County ,Farm Bureau h~ghlighted the session. Mahoney, Hulett high senior representing ,the Farm Bureau, was crowned queen. She is ~he daughter of and Mrs. John Mahoney. 100 ~persons were on for the meeting at the Epis- Parish hall. The banquet served by the Episcopal new cour~ty Farm Bureau are Preston Mitchell, vice Jean Carlson, secre- and Claudice Pear- Women's committee chair- as voting delegates to district meeting at Buffalo 29-30 were Irma Dungey, Livingston, Kay Driskill, Jw Nuckolls and Raudsep. H~uber, Mable Fowler e selected as vet- to the state conven- tusk Nov. 8-10. officers of .the various coun.ty locals are ~president, vice- president, secretary-treasurer and women's committte chairman listed in order): Sunny Divide - Richard Snider, Charles Chatfield, William Ha- beck, Mercedes Roberts. Moorcroft - Loren Altaffer, Al- bert Raudsep, Ann Raudsep, Neda Zimmerschied. Alva - Joe Svoboda, Harry Soog- gin, Mrs. Wilfred Bunney, Helen Everson. Sundance - Ulrie Hawken, Fred Cundy, Louise Griffin, Jane Ed- w Ms. Redwater - Preston Mitchell, Frank Pearson, Peggy Nelson, Jean Carlson. New Haven - Harley Rathbun, George Wabts Jr., Mable Fowler, Maudie Hauber. During the meeting, Carl Bruere, Safe Mark Tire represent- ,ative, spoke about the ~tires. Reg I=~arne11, district dLre.ctor, also .spoke. Resolutions were passed during the meeting and will go on .to .the district meeting. Entertainment was provided by Ann Raudsep and Jimmie Adams, singing and guitar. LincoLn Dil- lon, Peru exchange student now teaching Spanish in the Mooreroft schools, also played ~he guitar and sang. R was his first public musical appearance. the second week in a row, Dennis Talich's Sundance won ,the battle of the but came out on the of .the score. nigh.t in .the rain at Mid- Bulldogs dropped a 6-0 to lhe Oilers. Midwest of a Bulldog pen- score on a 30-yard run minutes remaining ~game. fought ,back in moments only to have called back because the Bulldogs looked and performed well game for Sundanee ' ~vith the conference- River Eagles pro- opposRion. Kickoff .:30 p.m. The Eagles are eurrer~tly .the top-ranked ,Class B team in the state. Against Midwest, .the Bulldogs ground out 11 first downs and rolled up 165 yards rushing. How- ever, ehey were penalized 110 yams and made five fumbles. The Oilers ,gained 53 yards on .the ground picked ap only four first downs. However, pen- alties cost them only 25 yards and ,they fumbled only ~wice. Darrell Pickerd was the work. horse of the Bulldog ground game, carrying 19 times for 96 yards. Ray Marcb~nt was 10 for 54, Gary Roadifer 13 for 30 and .Alan H.ar er 4 for 11. Defensively, Marchant, ~ob Lake and Charlie Viergets made five tackles ~piece with Pickerd ,getting four and Roadifer, Living. .st'on and Canfield ,three each. Services Day on Fri, PO Services Alven Refiner said that Postal Services will highlight those affered .to the community post office. Services Day, the ~will ,begin delivering householder a kK of )Stal cards which can be *ack to ,the post office to ZIP Codes for "zipless" cor~pleted card will be the post office which ser- address needing a ZIP the proper five dig- will be added before is returned ,to the send- will be needed on to the kit, which ~ike a closed accordion, card is being delivered residents of the l~cal partment is ~he one federal gov- ernmer~t agency that comes in closest contact with the public on a day-in, day-out basis. The Sundance i~ostmaster said, "Delivery of the Zip-A-List kit during the celebration o~ Postal Services Day is in keeping with ~he event. ZIP Code is the key to ,better service and we want to make it as easy as possible to obtain the codes needed to fill out personal mailing lists." This year, the Post Office De- partmen~t expects to handle well over nine billion pieces of mail during the C~ristmas rush. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Westbrook of Albany, .Oregon were Tuesday overni,$h~ guests of Mrs. Earl Kipp. The Westbrooks are .the parents of Mrs. Michael Kipp of Mercer .Island, Washinbe~on. Miss Janet Schloredt leR Sun- Extra kits will day for Denver where she is con- at office. inuing her studies at St. Lake's rviees DaySchool of 'Nursing. Will :be designed to ,q Post Office De- Sunchmce, Wyo. Sept. 21, 1967 Four Corners Sept. 18 Mr. and Mrs. Jo,hn Radulovich of Benld, Illinois, Mrs. Iris Gre- genes of Alton, Illinois departed Wednesday a~ter having visited friends and relatives here the past ten days. The Radulovich's were houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Podio and Iris was .the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Les Avery. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Wocicki, Mr. and Mrs. John Radulovich were social callers at the Nick Mitich and Jay Mayberry homes Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wocicki and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mendenhall drove ~o Helena, Montana over the Labor Day weekend, while there they were houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wocicki and dat ghters. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Laridon and family of Missoula, Montana also joined the group a.t Helena, Montana. Mrs. Gordon Laridon is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Men- denhall. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mayberry were social callers of Mr. and Mrs. Art Taylor Thursday after. noon. Bob and Pat Allen were social callers at the Ed Pzinski and Clyde Allen home Sunday. Iris Gregones and May Avery were Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Perino. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Farley were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lissolo, other callers during the day were Lola Bradley and Bea Raymond. Sunday, September 10, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wocicki and daughters ente~ained Mr. and Mrs. Ted Woeicki and Teddy of Ekalaka, Montana, Mr. and Mrs. Louis 'Bangley of Spearfish, South Dak., Mr. and Mrs. John Radulovich of Benld, Illinais, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Wocicki. Other callers during the day were Mr. and Mrs. Les Avery and Iris Gregones. Jay Mayberry, 'Bob Perino and John Christensen were among hose who attended .the ivestock sale a.t Sturgis Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Radulovich, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Wocicki were Wednesday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Perino. That eve- nirtg they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Woaleki. ,A.tbert Jonasson was a caller at Jay Mayberry home Saturday morning. Mr. Mrs. Les Avery, Iris Gregones, Mrs. Felix Perino and Bob were Sunday evenirtg dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jay May- berry. Six Games On Junior Hig A six,game slate, featuring home-and-home games with Hul- eft, Moorcro t and Upton, faces the Sunadnee junior high football team this fall. ,Heavy rain here Thureday forc- ed postponement of lhe scheduled game against MooreroR. The game will be scheduled later. The schedule: Sept. 21 - Hulett, 3 p.m. Sept. 28 - At Upton, 7 p.m. Oct. 4 - Hulett, 3 p.m. .Oct. I0 - A't MoorcroR, 2 p.m. Oct. 19 - Upton, 3 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hartl and family spen.t Sunday with Hartl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hartl of Sturgis. Just arrived at the Jack and Jill Shop - a new shipment of fall maternity wear - slacks, skirts, tops, one.piece d resin. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Donaldson, Newell were und'ay .guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Donaldson. Mrs. Clara Harvey was an a ter- noon toiler. SUNDANCE BIBLE CHURCH Rev. Sigurd Johnson, Pastor Interdenomin~ttional. Funda- mentalist. Now meeting above the post office. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Wor- ship Service, 11 a.m. Singspera- tion, 8 p.m. Sundays. Junior choir practice, Thursday, i p.m. Prayer meeting and Bible study, Wed., 8 p.m. at the parsonage. SUNDANCE METHODIST CHURCH Sunday School - 9:45 a.m. Morn- ing W~orship - 11 a.m. Young People - 7:30 p.m. Women's Society - Thursday, 1:30 p.m. at the church. Seely Chester Whitney and Clyde Ra- ber attended the Stearn's Quarter Horse sale in Bogyman, North Da- kota on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dorsett visit- ed at t.he Singert home on Wed- nesday. Mrs. Chester Whitney and Mrs. Dennis Nicholson left' Thursday morning for Madison, Wis. to vis- i.t relatives. Mrs. Ray Dorsett called on El- fie Jolley at her ,teacherage one evening this week. A good, general rain is good news ~his week. We have had rain nearly every day and night all week. Ed Foster made a trip to Roy F sters Sunday to get a ewe and lamb. Frank Dorsett accompanied the Hulett football .team Big Horn. Hulett won by a score of 40-2. Weekend visiers at Tom Mau- pins on September 10 were Grand- ma Mauptn, Mr. and Mrs. Gray of Eagiebutte, South Da- kota, Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson and son Danny from Glenroek, Wyo., Mr. and Mrs. La rence Looby and Ernest Eldson from Sturgis, South Dakota, and Jim Eidson of Madton, Washington. Sunday callers were Mr. and Mrs. Eel Foster .and Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Moore, B0zgie and Bsine Maupin of Gillette and Mr. and M2s. Tom Symonds and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fester had sup- per with Tom Symonds Sept. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Symonds and sons from Upton, Wyoming were visitors ,~t Tom Symonds Sept. 3. Ir. and Mrs. James Tomek were weeeknd guests a.t .the Verle Pierce home. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ax an have been harping Verle Pierce wRh haying. Rebekah.IOOP auction sale, county fairgrounds, Sunle~e, Sat., Sept. 30~ | p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Francis HeJde vis- ited northwest Wyoming and Bi l- irtg and Red Lodge, Mo ,t. Sept. 10-12. The Hejdes celebra,ted their 40th wedding annivers try Sept. 11. Mr. and Mrs. Manley Moore of Powderville, Moratoria weer Men- Hulett.,and Tongue River posted crushing victories Friday in Northeast District Class B foot- ,baH action. Both clubs scored their third straight victory. Tongue River o Moor~roft At Tongue River, senior quar- terback Wayne Day had a field day at ,the expense of .the Wolves. The game was moved .to ongue River because of a wet field at Moovcroft. Day passed for five touchdowns, caught a scoring pass and ran for two more ouchdo vns. He also kicked five extra poin.ts. Rollie Parkison caught one scoring pass, passed for another and scored a hird touchdown on a run. Other scores for Tongue River were made .by John Weisz, Gor- don Williams and Jim Sobotka. The Eagles piled up 348 yards' rushing and 301 through ,the air and registered 11 irst downs. day overnight guests of ,Mr. and Mrs. Jay Durfee. Donna Hayward accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Alfred McLaugblin and Gregg ~to t,he Sundance-Mid- west football game in Mid.we.~t Friday. Danny ttopson, who a,t- tends Casper Colle.:~'c, met Miss tiayward at the game anti accoai- panied .her and .the McLaughlins to Sundance for a w:~ekend visit. Buster l'opham attended the meeting of ,the Wyoming Indus- trial Development .Corporation in Casper Tuesday. Mrs. Alfred Hu,tchinson of Al- addin 'was a Friday afternoon call- er in the Lee Schloredt home. Sept. 18 Mr. and Mrs. Royal Mills left last Sunday to visit relatives at Des Moines, Ia and in Arkansas before going on ,to Corpus Christi Texas for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Blakeman and sons were Spearfish callers on Saturday. Sunday af,ternoon ,they visited at ,the Robert Single- ton home near ,Hulett. Mrs. Bert Mathews held a cof- fee at ,her home for Mrs. John "Helmer of St. Onge. Those at. ~ending were: Margaret Tauck, Ethel Hansen, Grace Wendt, H.il- ma Saari, Louise Summers and Margaret t lakeman. Mrs. Frank Blakeman and Mrs. FAlinghausen were brief visitors of the ,Gerald Blakemans Thurs- day evening. George and Helen Ike were sup- per guests of the Gerald Blake- man's a week ago. Mr. and Mrs. Bert MaShews vis- ited the Wil,ford Topes in Belle Fourche on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Skovgard are the parents of a 10 lb. 4 oz. boy born at Lookout Memorial H s- pi~;al in Spearfish on Sept. 13. He has been named Joseph. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blakeman, Ella Snyder a,btended church in Sundance Sunday and were din. her guests of Mrs. Caroline EUing. hanson as were Ir. and Mrs. Frank Blakeman and Daniel and Mrs. W. H. Blakeman. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Majek of Los Angeles, Calif., have been visit- ing at the Mildred Majek and Gladys Hatleran home. Other re- cent visitors of Gladys and Mil- dred were Mr. and Mrs. John Gil. ,bert of Alhambrus, Calif. Sunday visitors of Donald Wendts were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lowe and baby of RaNd City, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Suggs and small son and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cro~ley Sundance Air Force Station. Miss Irene Reinecke and Ella Snyder were supper ,guests of the Bert Mathews on Sunday. The Roger BLakeman family and Bill ,Blake.man were Wednes- day evening and supper guests af ~he Gerald ~lakemans. Leonard Lull, a former Beulah resident is convalescing at the John Burns hospRal in ~lle Fourehe from injuries of a truck aoeiden on a ranch near Fai l, S.D. Mooreroft had 93 yards passing, 22 rushing with five first downs. 2kmgue River - 6 19 13 21 59 Moorcroft 0 0 0 0 0 Hulett- Big Horn Hulett's Red Devils, ,behind the running .of halfback FA Svobeda were never in trouble scoring a 40-2 victory over Big Horn a.t Big Horn. Svoboda scored three times, on runs ,of 5, 51, and 12 yards. Del- .bert Richards turned in the long- est run of the game, rambling 70 yards for a second ,period touchdown. Other Hule.tt .scores tame on passes with Wayne Aaberg hitting Rod Jahnig for 28 ~,ards and a scare and ,Larry Wat~gh passing 40 yards to Dick Johnson. Hulett-. 14 6 13 7 40 Big Horn - - 0 2 0 0 2 J ,,i '"'l