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PAGE 4 THE SUNDANCE TIMES JANUARY 3, 1980 School menu REGISTRATION Registration will be held the week of Jan. 7-12 and Jan. 14-18, by phoning 467-5491 or mailing in the form on the back of schedule. Your Coordinator will be in the School Library Jan. 17 from 7:00- 9:00 p.m., and Jan. 19 from 1:00-5:00 p.m. Come by for coffee, cookies and to register. SENIOR CITIZENS Crook County residents who are 65 years of age or older are invited to take any of the community education classes free of charge for registration on a space-available basis; (exception: Spinning and Weaving W, orkshop). Each must pay for supplies and books if needed. BEGINNING BRIDGE Tuesdays, 4:00-6:00 p.m. Instructors: Ellen DriscoU Place: Hulett School Shirley Hoese Length: 8 weeks Tuition: $15.00 Begins Feb. 19, 1980 CINDY'S ART Mondays, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Place: Art Room, School Length: 8 weeks Fridays, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Place: School Lunchroom Length: 8 weeks Instructor: Cindy Klinger Tuition: $15.00 Begins Jan. 28, 1980 BASIC DISOO Instructor: To Be Announced Tuition: $24.00 per couple Begins Jan. 25, 1980 Mon., Jan. 7 Frankfuters, bread and butter, corn, V2 orange, milk. Tues., Jan. 8 Goulash, rolls and butter, jello, milk. Wed., Jan. 9 Barbecued chicken, bread and butter, L~en beans, pears, milk. Thurs., Jan. 10 Pizza, cheese sticks, peas, ba- nana pudding, milk. Scottish Rite scholarships to county youths Twenty Crook County youths have received scholarships from the Scottish Rite Scholarship Foundation. A total of 36 scho- larships were presented state- wide. Earl Christensen, member READING AND UNDERSTANDING INSURANCE POLICIES of the Scottish Bite Bodies of ............. Sheridan, said an anonymous Thursdays, 7:00-9:00 p.m. msu-ucmr: vie wor~mngton s .... ......... Deneiactor maae a generous con- Place: SchoolLibrary Be" ~:~n; 7~3 tribution to the scholarship fund Length: 4 sessions MEN'S ACTIVITY NIGHT IN GYM gins " ' ~ and asked that the majority of the Date: To Be Announced (Wed. Tentative) Instructor: Steve Bollenbach Place: School Gym Tuition: $7.50 Length: 10 weeks Begins: To Be Announced WOMEN'S ACTIVITY NIGHT IN GYM Tuesdays Instructor: Betty Wilson Place: School Gym, 7:00-9:00 Tuition: $7.50 Length: I0 weeks Begins Jan. 8, 1980 POWDER PUFF MECHANICS Thursdays, 7:00-9:00 p.m. Instructor: To Be Announced Place: Tentative, Brimmer Garage Tuition: $12.00 Length: 6 weeks Begins Jan. 24, 1980 CHILDREN'S BALLET Thursdays, After School Instructor: To Be Announced Place: Hulett School Tuition: $7.50 Length: 10 weeks Begins Jan. 17, 1980 VOLLEYBAIL LEAGUE Date: To Be Announced Sponsor: Jolene Stinson Place: School Gym Fee: $4.00 per person Length: 8 weeks Begins January (4th week) DEFENSIVE DRIVING Saturday, 8:00-5:00 Instructor: Highway Patrol Place: School Lunchroom Tuition: $10.00 General Public Date: To Be Announced $7.00 Govt. state or county employee SPINNING AND WEAVING Saturday, 9:00-4:00 Instructor: Laura Tinker Place: School Home Ec. Room Tuition: $20.00 Date: Feb. 2 GED or ABE Day: To be announced (Probably Monday) Instructor: Bernie DeLancey Place: 5th Grade Room Fee: none Length: 10 weeks Begins Jan. 28, 1980 FOR MORE INFORMATION call Pat Brimmer at 467-5491, or leave a message at Hulett School, 467-5750. Sell It Through The Clasdfleds SHOP AT HOME IT SAVES recipients be Crook County school graduates. Formerly, only eight scholarships were presented through the foundation, Christ- ensen said. The stipends are for $300 each. Sundance High School grad- uates reoeiving the scholarships were Perri Cameron, Lorri Hag- erman, Freddie Kokesh, Kathy Lind, Anne Macy, Douglas Wat- son and Jackie Wyatt. Those from Hulett included Robert Cummings, Charles "Jim" DeLancey, Frances Dor- sett, Nan Nuckolls and Gaff Wil- son, Moorcroft recipients were Mark Baron, Scott Dillinger, Rocky Jones, Leonard Kanode, Larry I~trnpman, Thomas Zane Long, Cynthia Mellott, and Mary Norman. UEA's to be in Moorcroft Jan. 4 University Extension Agents Milt Green and Susan James will be at their field office in Moor- croft on Jan. 4 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Their office is located in the Rocky Mountain Supply Building in Moorcroft. ffff to all the business individuals, and the of the munity for helping make our season promotion such a success. Grand Prize W'mners were: Set - Joyce Wagaman; $75 Certificate - Nussbaum; $50 Certificates - Eva Winey, Karen Peterson, Betty Durfee tom- Business Firms Participating were: Aro Restaurant R.J. Macy B&B Sales Dean Realty Babcock Agency Model Grocery Bear Lodge Motel The Perfect Package Beyd's Super Foods Petersen Lumber and Grain Bull's Plumbing and Heating Company Champion Construction Company Peterson Gas Company Crook County Abstract Powder Puff Salon & T-Shirts Crook County Farm Bureau In- Unlimited surance RC Oil Company Dee's Cut and Curl Sharp's Hardware Dillon Sundance Furniture Security Insurance Agency Dime Horseshoe Bar Sundance Appliance Center Durfee's Sundance KOA Energy Electric Sundance State Bank Floral Arcade The Sundance Times Garman Machine Tastee Freez Gill Petroleum Company The 3 C's Hartl's Car Wash Tri-County Electric Association Hillside Pharmacy Title Guarantee Company of Horizons West Realty Wyoming Security Trust and JVK Realty Title Jack and Jill Shop Turf Bar Jim's One Stop Tracy Motor Company Leslie's Standard Montgomery Wards .,~ Longhorn Bar .:~.~ r / in ill in furn ur rl O'Neill's has purchased the entir___ee warehouse stock of close-outs and near-perfect merchandise from one of the nation's largest distributors of fine quality furniture. :! Sofas - Sleepers. Recliners - All Wood Dining Chairs - Tables - Rockers - China - Mirrors - Hutches - Dressers - Chests. Bookcases. Beds ,,, All Merchandise "As Is" v,, All Sales Final v, Most Items One Of A Kind