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December 18, 1969

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a Photo by Photo Inn, Sundance 175 Reg A total of 175 registrations ~or the Walking ,Blood Bank have been made in Crook county, Chuck Wilson, Crook County Memorial Hospital lab technician, said this week. In Sundanve, Wilson said, new registrations ,totaled 41 with another 71 persons ,being re-reg- istered, fP~egistration was held here Dee. 8 and 11. Wilson said 63 persons were registered in Moorcroft. ;nterested persons who have no~ been registered should call Wilson w;ho will :give ,them an appointment time s~ ,their blood can be typed. Wilson said ,the master donor lis~ wiil be kept at the hospital here with various community organizations having the respo~. sibflity for one mon,th at a time of calling donors ff ~hey are needed. He said these ,organizations will select a principal and an alter- nate, who will be notified by the hospital. These representatives will ~hen .go to the ,hospital and call donors from there. Mayor ,Bill Hughes has ,the Moorcro~t master list. Wilson said persons interested in being responsible ~or calling donors should contact Duane Hartl or Pa,tterson Keller. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALE: 1955 Ford F-600 ,truck, 14' Omaha fold-down rack, 2-speed axle, new tires on ~ront. $~. Robert L. Jahnig, Hulett, Wyoming. Ph. 467,5526. 51.1" It Pays to O :e Times Walt Neiman pumped in 21 points Friday night at Mvarcro~t as the Hulett Red Devils grab. bed a 52-50 squeaker from Moor- croft in Powder River Confer- ence basketball action. Hulett opened up a 14-5 margin in the first quarter but the Wolves rallied ,to lead 23-21 at h a~ftime. The clubs were dead- locked 38-38 after three periods. Steve Norman qpaced Moorcroft with 16 points. M~rcroft notched a 52-35 win in ,B game action. The summary: Hu.lett .................. 14 21 38 52 Moovcroft ........... 5 23 38 50 ~ulett -- .Aaberg 10, MeAmis 6, J. Neiman 4, W. i~leiman 21, Storie 3, Willson 8. !Moorcroft --Gill 4, ,Gray 7, Hughes 2, Norman 16, Updike 8, Wood 13. PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given that Crook County School District No. 2 issued ,the following warrant in e~eess of $300.00 at the Dec. meeting: Sundance State Bank Nov. Withholding tax _$465.60 SUNDANCE JUSTICE COURT ,Before Justice of the Peace Amos EWing: Steve E. Wa,u~h, Sundance, false oath, $50 and $4 costs. Kenneth Blane Sch~lze, Sun- dance, operating motor vehicle e, vithout a valid registration, $25 and costs. Richard A. Teigen, Sundance, operating a motor vehicle with- out registration, $25 and costs. James A. Curtiss, Montivedo, Minn., dri~ving too ~ast for con- ditions, $25 and costs. Shannon ~urns, Sheridan, opersting motor vehicle without driver's license, $25 and costs. Jerry Allen Gran.t, Hulett, op- erating motor vehicle on an ex- pirod W~oming temporary licen- se permit issued 'Nov. 21, 1969. Miss Charlotte Carr returned last week ~r~m New York City where she visited relatives from England. Her cousin Mrs. Nur- combe had flown from London to see her daughter, Mrs. Lane, and new granddaughter. Lane is an ,English delegate to the United Nations. Only slight damage was done to this 1969 White Freightliner carrying 20 tons of wheat when it struck a barrier early Thursday as it was preparing to leave 1-90 west of Sundance for U. S. 14. Driven by James B. Curtiss, Montiveclo, Minn., who said it was foggy at the time, the rig jack. knifed a~l slid off the right side. Curtiss was cited into Sundence Justice Court for driving too fost for conditions. Neither Curtiss nor relief driver Curtis Peterson were Injured. Photo by Photo Inn, Sundance A weekend roadtrip into the northern reaches of .the Powder River conference ended in dis- aster for the Sundance Bulldogs. The local angers bowed 76-53 at Tongue River Friday night and dropped an 82-62 decision at Big Horn the follo~ving night. The Bulldogs, now 1-3 ~or the season, are idle until Jan. 3 when they meet Tongue ~ver here. Tongue River's Sobotka was fine big thorn in the Bulldogs' side as he poured in 37 poin,ts. He notched 13 in the opening qu,arter as the Eagles raced to a 28-10 lead. Sundance ral~ed in the second q~arter and trailled 42-13 at half- time ,before the Eagles began to pall a,way. Tongue River moved in ~ront 56-39 after three periods. Sundance shot 27 percent ~rom the floor, hitting only 19 of 70 .shots, and converted 15 of 4~ .free throw attempts. It was a rough game with 40 fouls being .called, 2.5 against Tongue River. Alan Harper ,topped the B~ll- .dog .scorers with 15 points w.hile Eel .Lee added.. 11. ,Saturda~ night's game at Big Horn followed a similar pattern with the ,Rams getting the jump in the opening period. Big Horn raced out to a 25-13 margin and held a handy 46-29 lead at the hal~. The ,Bulldogs, getting good scoring from I-hrper, Lee and Mark Hu~hes, poured in 23 points in the third to cu.t the Ram mar- gin to 10 points before Big Horn pulled away in the final stanza. Forty-six fouls were called i~ the game, 28 .against fine ,Bull- dogs. ~Lee had Z2 points to lead Sun- dance with ~arper adding 17. ,Big Horn had five men in dot/ble figures with Wayne ~)aly toppin$ the list with 117. The summaries: Sunda~ce _ ............. 10 31 39 55 Tongue River .......... 28 42 56 76 Sundance --- Harper 15, Hooper 6, Mark Hughes 3, Lee 11, Mike Hughes 5, Collins 6, ,Bailey 2. Tongue River --Sobotka 37, Kwallek 14, Steele 8, Allen 6, Parkinson 6, Alley 2, McCarthY 1, l~wallek 2, Goold 1. Sundance .................. 13 29 52 62 ,Big Horn ........ 25 46 62 8Z Sundance --- Harper 17, Collins 4, Lee 22, ~ike Hu~hes 3, Henke 6, Railey 2, ~.ark Hughes 8. ,Big Horn ~ ~ackey 13, DalY 17, Dow 16, Jensen 12, Berry 2, C~ba~.gh 4, Blaney 2, Hanslip 12, Gates 4.