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September 28, 1967

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Members of che Tri-County Electric Associa~c~on, Inc., at the co-op's annum meeting here Sat. urday, a1~proved two by-l.aw amendmen.ts and elected Ca~l Mayer, Charlie Paterson and Jim I)~dy ~co three-year .terms on the ,board of directors. ~.ayer and Peterson were re- elected while Dowdy won over Cl~ford Schulze, who had been a ,board member. Resul~ of Re balloting: Crook county: Mayer, 319; Har- ry Habeck, 147. CampbeU county: ~eterson, 295; Ray Cutler, 160. Weston eou~y: Dowdy, 242; Schulze, 217. Amendment No. 1 dealirtg with method of voting was approved 379-47 w~ile Amendment No. 2 covering the duties of ,the secre- tary was passed 386-34. These total votes are unofficial and remain ~o ,be certified by the TCEA board of directors. Held in the high school gym- nasium, the meeting saw 301 members register in person. Total registrations were 499. Reports were given during the meeting by President Oarl Mayer, Treasurer C harlie Paterson and Manager George Letellier. [ CONTINUING THE CROOK COUNTY NEWS IUNDANOE, WYOMING 82729 WHITETAIL DEER CAPITAL TEN CENTS OF THE WORLD PER COPY 'L Official Newspaper for Crook County, City of Sundance and U. S. Land Office Sixty-Ninth Year Number 39 THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1967 :tion is Set Pld your appetite stand thescales at 4 Ibs. and was eight ef a baked potato as large inches long. Distance around its I~e dryland potatoes grown girth is not known but it was con- r. and Mrs. Floyd Brunson, siderable. ~ce? In her left hand, Mrs. Brunson b Potato Mrs. Brunson holds holds two midgets weighing 11/= )r right hand tipped the and 2 Ibs. apiece. Wice Station, Garage Owners Meeting On Car Inspections 25 service station and tion stations must be licensed and ~:Owners .from Crook coun!y ready to provide the required in- a session on Wyoming s spection. Lmanda,tory motor vehicle in- Ca law in Sundance Sept. 20. t~r ~ac~bso!n 1of the Depart- Local TV Group Revenue office here said to~ yet ,known vcho has ap- ~or licenses as official in. ~n stations. Election of officers and discus- sion ,of ways ,to increase a,ttend- once will feature the regular meetin,g of the Sundance Dupli- cate Bridge Club Tuesday, ac- cording to Mrs. Elinor Metcalf, club president. The club will meet at the TCEA hospitality room. Mrs. Metcalf said that many community projects ,have been financially supported by the club and that mere,hers feel this should continue. All bridge players, she said, are welcome ,to attend the club sessions. There are no dues, but a fee is charged ~t each playing session and players automatically became members. aaid that during ~he meeting Sets Dues bl)le ,,rs ur0up i Slier that the charge for the etion is too low. A $2.00 The Sundance Television As.Meets at ~on lee ,,rill be charged, sociation ~t a meeting Frida~ Amremen~ ~or official in- night attended ,by only five per. 2Vne fall meeting of ~he Crook [Wl stations were ot~tlined sons set its 1968 dues at $3.00. County Classroom Teachers As. ~_. the meeting. Last year's dues were $5.00. 2~.'ation ~as held ~ Huiett Sept. ~ning ~-ith ~he 1968 ~icens. i:.~%, every vehicle ,licensed Re-elected as officers of the raing must first obtain a association were ~Floyd Hawken, ~ci~al ,guests at the session ~ Inspection sticker before ,president; Julius IIewes, vice were ~liss ~ybil Jackson, ~arold president; and I~an Cressman, Sa~gren and members of the ~lmty treasurer can issue a secr~tary-~reasurer. Crook Coun,ty ,I-li,gh School Board aeclon. ~l~!ions are vehicles 25 ~he association sgreed ~co buy and ~e H~lett Grade School and older, farm implements a ~xar~sistorized translator for ~ard. ~ailer homes n~ pulled on Channel 9. The eqmpment has Safgren, presiden~ of d~e i~zpid ~m'~awa~-. been ordered and will be installed City Education Association, was in 30 to 60 days. ning. Miss Jackson spoke on the ~inspec- the main speaker during the eve- I I ~.alumni of Sundance high queen are Kathy Cooper, Cheryl ,~,l are being honored this Chatfield and Teddie Rounds. ~( during homecoming festivi- Homecoming king candidates are ~_at ~che local school. Doug McLaughlin, Bob Lake, and :~ia homecoming events open Charles Viergets. The winners 'ql~ " ~. ay night ~vi,th t'he Sqn- will be announced during the as- .~Hulett football clash Friday sembly. ~nbon highlighting the attic- Other Friday events are the ,2 No special class is being parade at noon, ,the ~ootball game ~red bhis year during home- at 1:30 p.m. and ,the h~necoming :.ng. dance for alumni and .high school ~tivtties open aec 7 'p.m. Thurs- studen,ts at 8 p.m. ith the burning of ,the "S" The parade @ill start at the ~.a Pep ~ally. school, proceed up Main Street, ' !day morning events in,dude dawn Second Street to Cleveland i~tUrnni ~ea and an assembly Street and back to ,the school. ~ranl. ~i alumni Theme of ,the parade and assam- tea is scheduled for b ly this year is "Newspaper Head- , to 10:20 a.m. FHA girls will lines." During ,haLftime of ,Friday's ~e~nation ,of the king andgame, the Sundance band will Will ~eature the assembly ,perform and .the homecoming ~rara from 10:20 to 11:20 a.m. king and queen and cour~ will ap- ~tnclldates for ~omecomingpear. proposed curricularn study. Dominic Calvetti was elected as Crook county's representative on the northeast exee~ive board and a district director. Margaret Carr ,and Marlys Pet- ersen reported on Trail Lake. En- tertainment during the meeting was furnished by Mr. Giger's group of singers. Following a question and an. swer period ,with Safgren, dinner was served by the Hulett lunch- room staff. The next meeting of the assoc- iation will be held in Sundance Jan. 18. To Hear Boys, A joint meeting of the Sun- dance American Legion and Aux- iliary will be held Oct. 3 to hear reports ,by ~che 1967 Girls and Boys State delegates. The meeting will be held at the Legion hall starting at 8 p.m. Members will ,hear Girls Starer Lin,da Edwards and Boys Staters Doug McI~ughlin and Bob Lake. ,e In crisp fall weather Tuesday, a li,ght scabtermg of Sundance vot- ers went to ~he polls and gave smashing approval o a special New Mexico Man In County Jail A New Mexico man, Clyde Gil- ber~ Tote, is in the county jail here under $1000 bond charged with grand larceny. Tote, who had been workiag in the oil fields in ,the Moorcro[t area, is expected .to appear in Sundance Justice Court Friday for his preliminary hearing. He was arrested Thursday by Sheriff Henry Oudin. Curt Moberg, 24-year-old Sun- dance resident, has ,been appoint- ed as deputy sheriff for Crook courtty, according to Sheriff Hen- ry Oudin. Moberg assumed the posRion Segt. 18. He had previously been employed at The Sundance Times for several years. Sundence high school Student Council officers look on as M~yor G. W. (Buster) Pophem signs the proclamation desi@neflng the week of Sept. 25-29 as Sund~nce Bulldog Week. The Student Council requested the meyor to issue the pro~lama- tion in recognition of the Sun. e $18,000 bond issue to finance a new fire ,truck. Total vote in favor of the ,bond issue was 142-10. Property own- ers favored the issue, 138-10, with non-property owners voting 4-0 in its L~avor. Northside Precinct property owners okayed ,the measure 73-8. The Southside Precinct vote was 65-2. The four non,property bal- lots .were cast in the northside precinct. The Sundance CFcy Council set up the election at its A~,gtmt meeting. During th,at meeting ~veighed the pros and cons of a fully-equipped 500-gallon pumper or a 750-gallon unit ~o be equip- ped initially with existing hoses and accessories. Council members finally agreed to leave the specifications open and ask bidders ~o offer propos- als for either or both units with optional equipment. Max. Min. Prec. Sept. 19 ................. 55 42 .06 Sept. 20 ............... 67 39 .Oil Sept. 21 ............... 75 41 0 Sept. 22 ................ 83 54 0 Se,pt. 23 ................ 80 44) 0 Sept. 24 ............... 80 48 0 Sept. 25 ......... 72 55 0 dance high school athletic pro. gram end the participating stud. IHI*S.. Shown left to right are John .Snider, treasurer; Glen Wyatt, Student Council sponsor; Judy Clark, vice president; Popham; Dabble Proctor, president; and Teddle Rounds, secretary.