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PAGE 8 THE SUNDANCE TIMES J/~M, RY 3, 1980 Persons wanting to comment on road closures and obliterations in the Black Hills National Forest should plan to attend one of the open houses being held by the Forest Service during January. Purpose of the open house is to permit members of the public to ask questions about or comment upon the forest travel manage- merit program. One has been scheduled at the district ranger station in Sundanca on Jan. 23 from 1 to7 p.m. The tentative 1980 program calls for installing locked gates on 139 miles of forest roads, ob- literating an additional 211 miles of forest roads and for restricting motor vehicles to designated routes in 77,000 acres of the national forest. The closure-obliteration pro- gram was initiated last year be- cause motor vehicles are causing erosion and siltation problems, disturbing wildlife and reducing opportunities for solitude in the forest. The roads being dosed or obliterated are mostly old logging To the Editor: In response to your article concerning the School Board Meeting on December 18: Was yo r reporter present at the meeting or was thts article written from the Board's Minutes? Obviously the latter. My complaint is not with the Board's right to control of absences, it is with their penalty for such absences. You stated that "The Supt. indicated that the policy stated a student can be denied credit for a semester, but there is no provision for putting a child back a grade." { 1) I was told by Dick Claycomb that my children would be put back a grade. {2) Sec. 21-4-308 {b} in the Wyo. Statutes states clearly that no diploma or credit for a course which has been completed successfully shall be denied a pupil who has earned it. Our basic problem with absences involves a five day absence for our one and only family vacation. This is not a shopping trip or a visitation but a vital part of the family unit. Without these family units there would be no need for School Boards. We are represented by legal counsel and approached the Board on the advice of our attorney. We were treated very rudely, the Board would not give me any indication as to what would be done with our petition, and very unintelligent comimrisons were made with the logical explanations that were given for absences. Also, nothing was mentioned in your biased article about the difference of opinions among individual Board members; some roads and are located throughout the forest. None are on county, state or federal highway systems. The tentative 1980 program will be reviewed following receipt of comments from the public and the final list of closures and ob- litermions will be announced in March. The deadline for receipt of comments is Feb. 1. Com- ments may be made at the open houses or may be mailed to the Forest Supervisor, Box 792, Cas- 70.00. Several light 70.50-71.00, one 67.75. Several 1~'] fleshy 67.00. Cyclamates: He exercises tW)' NgW one push-up and Mother: "Tommy,1 want to take your ~]~0Y"~ with today?" Tommy: "A fork. Gardening: Man'sl prove his lot. Bus: a vehicle thg as fast when you aret when you are on it. $*$$$ Forest Supervisor, Box 792, Cus- Little Bill was ter, S.'D. 57730. grandmother in , an earthquake struck Grandmother, al~ the d,,oo, rand! "BiU-ee!' ~ Oudin Saturday evening, Dec. 22 attendance consideringsmall Bill, looking up, I~ ~i: :::: enroute to the dance at Sunny representation of cattle, cently, pretested,' I ! ii!i Opal Oudin iili Divide CommunityHall. FEEDER STEERS: Medium Grandma." Mr. and Mrs. Bud Willson frame No. 1:400-500 lbs. 90.50- ~.:....:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.~.~.:.:.:.:.:.:.~.:.~.~.~.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.~.:~+:.:.:.~.~.:.~...:.~.~.~.:.:.:.~.:.:.:.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~.~`~ spent Christmas Eve with Mr.100.00. One lot fleshy 484 lb.A college fresb.~ and Mrs. David Blakeman and 82.00 500-700 lbs. 76.25-81.50. for his school wardr Opal Oudin Christmas break from the Okla- family and were Christmas dinner Two loads fresh-cut and staggy equally youngcler~/,~,. Dec. 27, 1979 homa Christian College and Shel- guests of Mr. and Mrs. David598-684 lb. 74.25-75.50. A few "shrink resistant' Mr. and Mrs. Herman White by Moeller is home on a break for Roberts. 800-900 lb. 70.50-71.50. One lot shirt he was think~ and Dan attended a Taco Supper Christmas from Weyburn Chris- 2nd Lt. Kenneth C. Rathbun 883 lb. bulls 65.00. The clerk hesitated, at the Hulett school Tuesday eve- dan School of Saskatchewan. arrived at the home of his pa- FEEDER HEIFERS: Choice ened and ning, Dec. 18, which was spon- Canada. rents, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rath- medium frame No. 1:400-500 lb. the shirt does sored by Dan's junior class. The Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin andbun and family Dec. 22 where he 73.50-84.50.Package 677 lb. doesn't want to." Herman White family also at-Mrs. Cora Smith dined with Mrs. will visit until January 4 when he tended the all school Christmas Annie Oudin and Miss Blanchewill report to Ft. Sill, Oklahoma. [ SIDELINES Ken has just completed 3 months I of school at Ft. Belvoir, Va., "~-'~q~. ~'~'=-" where he received a degree in ~I~ ~- engineering and expects to be at , $ Ft Sill for some time. latin FEEDER REPORT , Dec. 28, 1979 Prices on most weights and grades held steady with the pre- vious Wednesday's sale although no category was represented in large enough supply for a good test. A few lots of fleshy me- dium-frame No. 1 800-835 lb. ~o~o program held at the Hulett school Kelly at the Dorsett Home in Wednesday evening, Dec. 19. Spearfish Christmas Day and Mr. and Mrs. Herman White spent the afternoon visiting the and Dan were among others at- ladies. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Reed tending the wedding of Bonnie also visited in the afternoon and Roberts and Kevin Sweeney at dined with the same ladies for the Hulett Saturday evening, Dec. 22. evening supper. They also attended the reception Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Smith of and dance held at the Civic near Hulett visited with Mr. mad demanding that tbe pollcy be followed to the letter and others thinkin8 Center after the wedding cere- Mrs. Hal Oudin Wednesday af- that the policy needs revision. The Board argued this matter until it mony. ternoon enroute home from Sun- was finally decided that the Board itself was split concerning the Helen Ellard, Terry Wiechert, dance. interpretation of the policy. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Reinhold Mr. and Mrs, Paul Myers vis- After witnessing the conduct of certain Board members, I very much and Mr. and Mrs. Herman White ited Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin resent having my hands slapped for my conduct regarding our and Dan were Christmas dinner Thursday afternc~m. children. Under this policy, my children's righta are being violated. I guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rathbun. will not stand by and allow a handful of very opinionated people to get Kennedy at their home. Billie Jo and Tony and Jennie Mr. and Mrs. David Habeck Rathbun visited Mr. and Mrs. Hal heifers 1.00-2.00 higher. A good away with this. Gloria Bach, and Stephen of Gillette, Mr. and Mrs. Aldean Olson of Sundance Devils Tower, Wyo. and Walter Vote of Cody were ~ ..... ........-.......'.............. ........ ........ ~v.~v~%~..~v.w~v.:.......~.~...~..~....~.~....~.w~...~v.v..~.~.v~v~.': Christmas dinner guests of Mrs. :.::~ i:."-" phillis Habek and Philip. !:i: il Beulah iii /~ ,:.: :::: :: "Z: :::::: :: :::: :: :::::::::::::::::.':::: :::: ::::::::: ::::: ;., :::::: ;.,::::::: :::::::::::;.. ::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: D Margaret Blakeman Mr. and Mrs. Jim Oudin of Cody spent Dec. 22 until Dec. 26 as house guests of Jim's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oudin, while here for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Oudin, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Oudin, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Margaret Biskeman The Gerald Blakeman's were Oudin, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Scott, Dec. 31, 1979 Christmas dinner guests of their Mr. and Mrs. Bill Newman and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Saari went son and his wife Mr. and Mrs. family and Mr. and Mrs. Rick to Greybull, Wyoming where they Roger Blakeman, Beryl and Rus- Freed were Christmas dinner spent the holidays with their sell near Sheridan. On Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs..Sammy da~ter and family, the Ted the Gerald Blakeman's motored Sewell and Scott of near New- Skovgards. on over to Powell, Wyoming castle. Mr, and Mrs. Clifford Island where they visited their older son Mr. and Mrs. Tom Beagle and were ChristmasguestsofMr. and Bill and wife Suzette, returning Todd, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hut- Mrs. Willie Mays and family at home on Saturday. chins, Mr. and Mrs. John Tenke Sioux Falls, South Dakota as was Mr. and Mrs. Gene Reinecke and sons, Mrs. Mac Rathbun and V-8, PS, PB, AT their granddaughter, Miss Terry and family returned home a week Jennie were Christmas dinner was $4396 Island. They returned to Beulah ago from visiting Gene's sister guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sunday evening, and family at Colorado Springs, Rathbun and family at their Mr. and Mrs. O.A. Lipe haveColorado and also visiting Mrs. home. I0 Pick, p had as visitors the past two Reinecke'sparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hutchins n U weeks: Mr. and Mrs. Mick Blake- Bruleson of Riverton, Wyoming. visited Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin man, Whitewood; Mr. and, Mrs. We are sorry to report Mrs.enroute to Sundance Friday fore- Bob Blakeman, Mr. and Mrs. Reinecke's father has been ill. noon. Walter Vore of Cedy Redph Stewart, and Mr. and Mrs. Emerald Reinecke who accom-visited Mr. and Mrs. Hutchins Bob Rosenlund, Lori Tikka and panied the Gene Reinecke's to Wednesday forenoon. Sarah Miller all of Sheridan; Mr. Colorado Springs visited his Dan Taylor called at Hal was $2995 and Mrs. Dick Foley of KMispel, daughter Sylvia there for awhile Oudm's Monday forenoon, Dec. Montana; Fay RedL'zger, Spear- and then went on to Phoenix, 17 and Minnie Williams called at fish; Marabel Gates, Casper; Mr. Ariz. to visit his daughter Nancy Oudin's Monday late afternoon. and Mrs. Fred Blakeman, Moor- and family, where he spent the Mr. and Mrs. Bud Willson and ~.~ ~ ~v~::*~,. ~ .......... ~ 0 ,~,~*~ ~ ~ croft; Mr. and hire. David Re- holidays. Tony Rathbun called at Hal .................... ber~, Carlile, Wyoming; Dallas Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simons Oudin's Monday, Dec. 24, en- Blakeman, Dayton, Wyo.; Mr. entertained at a Christmas Eve route to Haptonstall's. and Mrs. Byron Stewart and four dinner party at their home. Those Mr. and Mrs. Merle Reed, Mr. children of Battle Ground, Wash.; attending were Mrs. Simons and Mrs. Henry Ondm and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rosenlund mother, Elsie Mills, Mr. Simon's and Mrs. Jim Oudin were Sunday and four children, Bloomington, mother, Edith Simons, the Si- evening supperguests of Mr. and Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Arvo Koski, men's daughter, Linch and her Mrs. Hal Oudin at their home, was $2150 Edward Roberts and Ida, Mr. and family, the Bruce Crago's of Is- after a gift exchange the evening Mrs. Woodrow Daniels, Dorothy may, Montana; Mr. and Mrs. was spent visiting. and Myrna, Cleo Blakeman andSully Simons of Beulah; Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Monte Moeller :::, Mr. and Mrs, Gerald Blakeman of Mrs. Carlie Wells and family of and family of Sheridan, Walter t :: ............. Beulah, Wyoming, Belle Fourche, South Dakota; and Yore of Cody, Alice Ann Love, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Strong were Lyric Mrills of Belle Fourcbe. Stacy, Murray and Shelby Moel- Christmas Day guests of Mrs.Elsie Mills had Elaine Olson as ler and Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin Strong's~sterAlice~rawferdather guestonChristmasDay, were Christmas eve guests of C 10 ~ T Pickt p Rapid City. On New Years the Mrs. Cora Smith at her home in " " Strongs plan to go to Mrs. .Jim Larsen Sundance for an oyster stew- Stlxmg's nieces' home, the Hil- "Cont. from Page 1) chili supper and giR exchange. debrand Brunssen's at Spearfish, Murray Moeller is home for a South Dakota. Jim and his wife, Pat, have five The Don Wendts celebrated children. Jerry is working on his Christmas by having all their doctor's degree in optometry at was $3795 family home: Mr. and Mrs. Don Pacific University at Forest Paris (Barbara) and three child- Grove, Ore.; Jim is working on ren from Eima, Wash. This is the his doctor's degree in medicine at first time Barbara had been home Creighton University, Omaha, 3RD WEEK in six years. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nebr.; Jeanne is working on her Shows: 7 &9:10 Huseby (Donna) and two sons of bachelor's de~p~e in dietetics at Adults.S2.75 Hulatt; Mr. and Mrs. Robertthe University of Wyoming; John Children. $1.25, % Lorve (Frances) and three child- is a designer for Allied Chemical nOBrnV ~EDrORD ten. of Keystone, South Dakota; Mine in Rock Springs; and Patty ~^.r rOND^ Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kuper {Vir- is a part-time clerk for the SCS in THE ~) and two children of Hot Evanston. The Larsens have nine ELECTRIC Springs, South Dakota and Mr. grandchildren. and Mrs, Ray Pulis and three $1200 dm,whters of H t, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Ed I,arive were at PE I'IAU" home for Chrimms and had mest 1977DodoeV2T.4WD 4sp. wasS4995 $4300 1975 Dodge Crew Cab was$3595 of Ellen's relatives there, who THROUGHSATUm)AY 1977 Chevy 3A T 4WD was$4 95 $3995 1975 Dodge V2 T. Pickup was$2495 wore: her father, John Opitz of St. Mr, and Mrs. Chuck Williams Shows: 7 & 9 " Onge, South I)akota; her brotherand sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tucson,and Connie left Dec. 19 to fly toAz., to spend Christmas 1977 Ddge 3A T" Club Cab 4 sp., AC," $4125 1975 Dodge 3A T. Club 4WD was 950 0i Gam'ge Opitz and her niece and was $4995 with thoir daughter, Criss, and 1976Ford3AT. 2WD was$3495 $2495 1974Dodge3AT.4WD was$3000 husband, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Rickels, all of GO[[ IN Tellinghuisen all of St, Onge; a Tucson. The group toured Old nephew and his wife, Mr. and Tucson and Mexico and other Mrs. Mike Opitz of Yankton, sites before retundng home Dec. 1965 Dodge Crew Cab wasU 0 $395 t s th I)s.ko and Mr. and Mrs. lawive's son and daughter-in-law, 28. S.a. through Wed. Mr. and Mrs, Larry Lerive of ***** ' Shows: 7 &9 Stllrgis, South ~. One How to convert kilometers to I ~, Robert Opit~ ~ wife meters:Takeyour foot off the gas .....-.- PH. ,, attend the family to ther at thi time. ll uit Ikm m mm mmJ