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December 18, 1969

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Blessed with good weather, on struction of the 1-90 marginal route here continues at a good Pace. Picture shows a dragline in operation back filling the storm sewer southeast of Sundance. Bill Hibbard said the storm sewer work will proceed all winter if the weather permits. The bat, which is a marvelous flyer, usually drinks ,while in flight, by passing ~back and forth over a pool of water, scooping up a smal.l tongueful of water on each pass. A series of meetings to be held in the area for school board mem- bers ,was (>u,tlined Dec. 11 to members of the Crook County High School Board meeting in Sundance. A letter from Dr. James D. Andersen, executive secretary, Wyoming School ,Boards Assn., reporting on the meetings said the workshops are designed to in- crease the effectiveness of local school board members. First in the series is scheduled at 7:30 9.m. Jan. 21 in Upton. During the meeting, a letter from Secretary of State Thyra Thomson was read, indicating lha,t lhe Rules and Regulations of Praelice submitted by t,he board have been liled. Board members also reviewed the report from the state exam- iner's office. J. P. Wood reported on the Wy,oming School Boards conven- tion ,which he attended at Cody. Crook county's three superin- tendents - Jim Bare, ttulett; Mike ~Melonuk, Mooreroft; and Roger Thorson, Su'ndance re, ported that the schools were being eval- uated by the State Department of Education. Board members also approved a computer dance to be held in Sun dance April 17 for students from the three county high schools. ~YIr. and ,Mrs. Leonard Eaton and family, Casper, spent ~he weekend with Mrs. Velma Eaton and visited Ealon's brother-in-law Donal Grubb who is a l)atient at Crook County Memorial hnspilal. Rlso weekend callers in lhe Eaton home were Mrs. I)onal Grubb and Joyce, Devils Tower; Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Kiewel and lretldy, Belle Fourehe; ,Mr. and Mrs. Ken- ny Gru,bb, Buffalo, Wyo., and ,Mr. and ,Mrs. Ilomer Mercer and Donald, ~tulett. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundence, Wyo. Dec. 18, 1969 Coach Dennis Talich's Sun- dance ~vrestlers tuned up for their holiday tournament this ~Veekend with top-heavy victor- ies over t:he Newcastle :and Gil- leRe B squads in a pair of dual ~neets at home. Sundance knocked o,ff Gillette ~-14 Friday night and came back Tuesday night with a 35-11 decision o~e.r the Newcastle B ~uad. ~oSkip Wagner, ~andy Proctor, m Pridgeon and John Tenke Were aU double winners while qary Roadifer again won by a ,forfei.t. The strong 185-pounder 18 still looking for :an opponent. Sundance had little trouble in either meet, quickly gaining big leads in points. ~1.55- Canfield (S).dec. G~lley, 8-6. 165 - Dilts (N) dec. Viergets, 12. . 175 - Lake (S) dec. Heard, 13- 8. 1~5 - Roadifer (S) won by for- felt. He,avyweigh,t - H.akanson (iN) pinned Steele, 1:50. The Sundance B squad wrest- .lers also posted a pair of victor- ies, topping ,Gillette 33-8 and Ne*wcastle 25-16. B Squad Results: Sundance - Gillette 102 -~alone (G) dec. Durfee, 6-2. ,104 - Ki~pp (S) pinned Doud, Against Gillette, Wagner, Proc- 3:25. tot, -Pridgeon, Tenke ,and Champ 112 - Bowman (G) pinned Leit- ~teele all scored pins. Register- ner, 4:55. ing pins in the Newcastle meet 115 - Cornella (S) pinned Gil- ~ere Proctor and Tenke. lam, 4:40. The results: 130 - Sapp (S) pinned Hensley, Sundance - Gillette B 98 . Pavlo~ich (G) dec. Hartl, go. 107 -Wagner (S)pinned Sig- ~aan, 1:59. 115 - Proctor (S) pinned Ed- Wards, 2:50. 123 . ,Novotony (G) dec. Hop- ~on, 4-2. 130 - Ferrell (S) dec. Reynolds, 137 - Pridgeon (S) pinned Mar- ~tbW, 4:00. 145 . Tenke (S) pinned Bullen- Wider, 2:40. 155 - Woods (G) dec. Canfield, 2. 1~5. Viergets (S) pinned Dick- el'son, 1:17. 175 - Gleason (G) pinned Lake, ,'40,. 185 - ~Roadifer (S) won by for- felt. ~Ieavyweight - Steele (S) pin- tied Hanson, 1:59. Sun,dance . Newcastle B I}8 - Hartl (S) won by forfeit. 107 - Wagner (S) dec. Carr, 8-4. i~ps'115 - Proctor (S) pinned Phil- , 1:00. 123. Hopson (S) dec. Cool, 12-7. 130 - Castelli (N) dec. Ferrell, 137- Pridgeon (S) dec. Wil- 7-6. 145 Tenke (S) pinned Chris- 1:34. 3:55. :135 - Necklason (S) pinned Har- rison, 1:20. 124 - ~oline (S) dec. ~Freeshe.a, 9-6. 138 - Tenke (S) fpinned Romen- jenko, 5:45. 145 -Ferrell ~S) pinned Bar- bour, :40. Stmda,nce - Newcastle 107 - Durfee (S) pinned Sterns, 3:47. 1,15 -Bodell (N) pinned Leit- ner, 3:55; Cornella (S) pinned Pillen, 2:15. 123 -Lamlbert cN) dec. Moline, 7-0. 130 - ~itehell (S) pinned Gren- dahl, 5:00; Gulley (N) dec. Sapp, 2-0. 137 -Smith (~N) pinned Jewell, 4:15. 15 - Ferrell (S) pinned Pan- cheau, :50;Tenke (S) pinned Sterns, 1:16. Boy Scouts Will Sell Trees Until Tuesday Sundance Boy Scout Troop No. 62 said Wednesday it ,will con- tinue to sell Christmas trees un- til Tuesday. Boy Scouts have been selling the trees at Boyd's Super 3Iarke,t and Thorne Drug. The troop said 'that starting Saturday all ,trees will be sold for $1.00. Winter Way Help yourself to fun this winter - think snow and think Sno-Prince. You're invited out today to see our line of 1970 Sno-Prince snow- mobiles. See them at Ph. 283-1015 Sundance