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Continuing The Crook County News An Independent Newsl~Per MEMBER Mrs. Fred Willert, left, Crook County Extension Council presi- dent, presents County Home E- Conomist Virginia Ramsay with gift from Extension clubs in the county. Miss Ramsay has resigned the position end is le~ving this week to reside in California, Her suc- cessor hee not yet bern named. The presentation occurred Dec. 2 during council meeting at the courthouse. Miss Ramsay had served as county lhome economist for 31/2 years. Her address will be : 1332B Ocea~n Park Blvd., Santa Monice, Calif. 90405 Photo by Warren Ferrell In .our own local area, vandal- ism has been e~perienced at ,campgrounds, pi~cnie grounds, and o,~her .areas .both on National For- est land and private land. Dam- age cost rate per visitor day was three cents on the Bearlodge Dis- trict, one cent higher th'm lhe national average. This was at our campgrounds only. Dama;le in other areas that costs to re:pair ,or replace has not been figured. Some of ,the vand,alism the For- est Service has experienced is: (a) Tipping over toilets and breaking up facilities within; (b) Defacing, su,eh as pain,ring obscene pictures and language; (c) ,Shooting ,holes in toilets, SUNDANCE If you wish to pledge or donate to the swim- ming pool fund, please fill out the form below and mail it to Dick Durfee, Sundance State Bank, Sun- dance, Wyo. 82729 or leave it off at the bank. I would like to make the following contribution to the Swimming Pool Fund: $ garbage cans, ,and other objects; (d) Destroying road signs; (1) I wish to pay $ in (e) Tearing do,wn gates on ................ range fences. It is up to each individual to take action in stopping this wan- ton destruction and vcastefulness. This can be done by reporting who is doing the destruction. Persons who do the vandalism know ,better, ,bu.t prefer to shaw their stupidity by destroying something rather than get their "kicks" by doing something eonstru.otive. cash and the re- mainder in monthly installments of $ ..................... (2) I wish to pay $ .............. in cash and pledge $ . and pay when funds are called up for construction of the pool. (3) I wish to pledge $ now and pay when the funds are called up for construction of the pool. County Historical Society Hold~ Christmas Party Annum potluck supper C~rist- mas party of ~he Crook County Historical '~ociety was held Sun- day at the TC]~ hospitality room. A gr~bbag gift exchange ~as ,held during the party. ,Next meeting of the historical society will ,be held Feb. 16 in the TCEA hospitality room. Wyof~ing ; Prize '- Winning Newspaper 1968 /:: (Signed) If the proloct does not materialize, ll pledges will be void- ed dmd those funds already contributed will he returned to the donors. (Any .mount you may wish to contribute will be welcomed. Your name only will appear on the Sundence Community Swim- ming Pool Honor Roll In The Sundnco Time, unless.you If,/ otherwise.) -- --L __ v .. -- -- m ...... ,mm--.mmm Published Every Thursday by The Times Publishing Co. The Times is legal mwspeper for ell publications. John E. Llndsey, Publisher Charlotte L. Llndsey, Circulation Manager Howard Allen, News Editor, Adv. Manager SubKrlption Rates: 1"o P. O. Address In Wyoming, and Bqtte, Lawrence and Cart. er Countlee, $4.00 per year. 1"o P. O. Address outside Wyo- ming $4.50 per year. Minimum Subscriptlont 6 moe. Nine Months Student Subscription T4.00 NOTMz If eha~llng oddr**.~ pleew INCLUDE fro.elm. MI. lkm Str, et Ne. ~.,~ ZIP CODE, emmmm,m~ t tlw lpoatof at W omin 82";m. ee mmmd ehm amter uad r wt M 'eh S, IS' . By Bill Mauch Fire Control Technician U. S. F. S. Every day it seems we read or hear of destruction, called by different terms. This article will be of vandalism. Vandalism is.something vce should .all be interested in. ~ain- ly, it costs. R t~osts the cam,per ,in deprived conveniences, tt costs in deprived view of land- sca~e. It costs ime and dolars to repair or replace. It vos~ the ta~aayer, a~ually everyone, even the person ~vho commits ~he act of vanadli~n. Recently a survey was con- d,ucted 4~-ougho~zt all the Na- ~onal l~orests in the U. S. of vandailsm damage at camp end picnic areas. The total reported damap was more than 1~ mil- lion ~t developed sites alone. This is equivalent ~o ~wo cents per v~sltor da~" (visitor days is one person ~or every 12 hours.) US The Safe Winter Driving League presents the following reminder from the National Safety Council: "Always carry a palr of rein- forced tire chains. In deep snow and on ice they help you go and stop more safely." Winter tires aid in mild.to-medium snow, but clo not replace need for tire chains in severe snow or ice conditions, Don't be a traffic blocker, THE GIFT ITEM Channel Master TAPE PLAYERS Ph. 283-3423 -k Zenith Console Color TV ")C Zenith Portable Color TV (12-in. diag. screen & 0p) Zenith Portable B&W TV Zenith Console & Portable Stereo Sets (14-in. diag. screen & up) ")C Zenith Radios by Sundance