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PAGE 2 THE SUNDANCE TIMES JANUARY 4, 1996 THE 8UNDANCE TIIE8 3 311 Main, P.O. Box 400, Sundance, WY 82729 I Telephone 307-283-3411 Continuing The Crook County News PublicaUon #USPC 528-720 Second Class Postage Paid at Sundance, Wyoming 82729 3 Entered as Second Class Matter 0 in the Post Office at Sundance, Wyoming 82729 D Member National Newspaper AssoclaUon The Sundance Times is a legal newspaper for all n publications 0 Telephone: Area Code 307-283-3411 0 0 Published Every Thllrlday by 0 THE IUNDANCE TIMER, INC. 0 Howard Alien, Publisher Deanna Ericsson, Typesetter NOTE: If changing address, please include former 0 address. Also give zip code, box or street address. 0 POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Sundance Tlmes, P.O. Box 400, Sundance, Wyoming 82729 G 8UBaCR/PTION RATES To P.O. Addresses in Sundance, Crook, Weston and Campbell cotmtles, Wyo. and Butte and Lawrence 0 counUes, S.D. and Carter county, MT, $I 5.00 per year. 0 To P.O. addresses outside Wyoming, $17.50 per year. Mlnlmum SubscripUon, 6 months - $9.50 0 POSTAL REGULATIONS REQUIRE THAT SUBSCRIVHONS BE PAID IN ADVANCE 0 DEADLINE: 5 P.M. MONDAY OF WEEK TO BE INSERTED WANT AD RATF_~: 20 per word each insertion to be paid in advance. MINIMUM CASH INSERTION $2.50 MINIMUM CHARGE INSERTION $3.50 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY per column inch $5.00 CARD OF THANKS $4.50 EXTRA LONG CARD OF THANKS $9.00 PUBLISHER'S NOTE: All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to advertise "any preference, limitaUon, or discrtminaUon based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination. The newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are D informed that all dwellings advertising in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. ~Yt RD~ II I II~" by Kenda Fuhrmann Well, it has finally cornel Yes, another new year has snuck up on us, causing us to look back on the many events of the past year, 1995. For many, 1995 was a year of prosperity and happiness, while for others it was one of less elements. The past year for me was pretty good, but at the same Ume I learned a lot about life. How was 1995 for you? I have a lot of wonderful memories of last year. I met many personal goals that I had set for myself, took part In new events, and had a few fun times with friends and famlly that I will never forgeL Now that 1995 is over, it Is time to look ahead. 1996 is looking good so fall Dld you make any New Year's resolutions for yourself? If, not, it still isn't too late( Set some goals and try to reach them in the upcoming yearl The future is promising and full of new and exciting things! So, go for IU I hope everyone had a good New Year's Evel 1996 is going to be a blast, so Just sit back and relaxl Happy New Year to all ofyoul Good luck in the new year. It's going to be a great onel Child safety safety seats. None of the seats were allocated seats distributed to Crook County communities. in settlement An out-of-court settlement Want to make some quick $$$I reached between the General Mo- Place an ad in ~od todayl tors Corporation and the U.S. De- Call 283-3411. partment of Transportation, end- ing liUgation involving the place- Take a break ..... Read the mentoffuel tanks on pickup trucks Clmmifled~. You'd be ~wprisod manufactured byG.M, has resulted at what you l Em.dl! In Wyoming receiving 450 child Sunday School - 9:45 CHURCHES First Baptist Chulch 10th and Cleveland Pastor Nathan McNally a.m. Worship Service - I h00 a.m. Church of Christ 123 Edna Minister - Marvin Massey Bible Study - I0:00 a.m. Worship - I I zOO a;m. Evening Worshlp 6:00 p.rr~ Wednesday Night Bible Study - 6:00 p.m. Chapel of Faith 1 16 S. 3rd Pastor Joe Hearn Sunday School - 9:30 a,m. Worship - 10:30 a.m. Wednesday - 6:30 p.m.J 8:00 p.m. Royal I "t~mgei~ for boys and Missionettes for girls, United Methodist Church 3rd and Ryan Pastor Lowell M. Karnes Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Worship Service 10:30 a.rm Handicap aeees- ~t HI)AT M(tNII ~ I t 1 ~ll t~ tt I It\l -I) x~I Ill II~D.tl IRID %Y ~,AI-t RDAI Worship Mr. Calvary Lutheran Church 4th and Ryan Pastor Richard Keuck -8:45 a.m. Sund'ay School - 10:00 a.m. Wesleyan Church Burl E, Bat), West l|lghway 14 Church Services: Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.: a.m.; Evening Vespers - 7:00 p.m.: Wednesday Morning Worship - I0:30 Bible study - 7:00 p.m. Church of the Good Shepherd Miulon-Epllcopll 602 Main Morning Prayer: 9:30 a.m. Adult Sunday School: 8:30 a.m. Chlldrens Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. Sunday. For information contact Senior Warden, Rose Zclla Proctor or Junior Warden, Harold Bernd. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints l~e Street Sacrament Meeting- 9:00 a.m. Sunday School - 10:00 a.m. Priesthood Mcettng and Relief Society - I h00 a.m. Sabbath School Seventh-Day Adventist Church Thompson and 4th Pastor Janms Micheff Ph. 746-2652 2:00 p.rn., Worship Service 3:00 p.m. Sunday Mass St. PaUl's Catholic Church ,805 Oak. Sundance Sister Frances Schaf, O.S.U. Ph. 283-2383 10:30 a.m. Church Crook County Nur~h~g Home services are held at I0:00 a.m. each Friday. Local ministers take: services. -- School (Cont. From Page I) a temporary were granted b) School District No. I MoorcroR to allow work to complete the MoorcroR Development proJecL When work Is complete the easement is terminated. At time the area Is to be reseeded I to as possible. Major Miller, CrookCount) Chairman of with the board to discuss a slble land trade. The to trade the county shop for land adJ IV building. The county put in an office building for public health nur . School board members about hazardous waste and compliance with DEQ 8ervingasofllcerlandadviserlfor theUniveraltyrotary Grant Tolleflon, senior, Pine Bluffs. of Wyoming chapter of Tau Beta Pl, national In the back row, from left, chapter adviser John engineering honor society are, front row from Pierre, electrical engineering assistant profei- left, corresponding secretary Kirsten Rinehart, sor; vice president Chad Burke, civil engineering senior, Laramie; historian Kate Hitchcock, so- Junior from Sundance; and president Jason n/or. hwlinl; chapter adviler David Cooney; Keen/g, senior, Mid/and TX. trealurer Janet Kitsch, senior, Thermopolis. Tau Beta Pi reeogn/zel engineering students for In the second row, from left, Jerry Hamann, integrity, acholastie performance and partieipa- electrical engineering assistant professor; dis- tion in community and volunteer activitiss. tract director Jack Meena, Cheyenne; chapter Photo} advi r Ray Jacquot, professor; recording sec- 7 CROOK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT #1 January SUNDMICE SBCOMO~Y ~ I~LEltl~IITAR /996 7 14 21 28 ~HR ISTHAS , 15 14 21 28 7 NO SCHOOl, rEACHER INSERVICi DAY ALL-STATE MUSIC 22 ISR-BB(FR) UPTON COHE 6:00 29 2 BR~ 3 CLASSES NESUHE 10 9 HS~-BB UPTON AWA~'t' 4:00-1:30 HSG-BB lIPTON AWAY 4:00-5:45 SOAR 3 $ 4 PH 16 17 T EVANSTON 23 NSB-BB HUI, ETT AWAY 5:30 JIIB-BR N~IGI(T HOHE 5:00-6:]0 24 SOAR $ @ Hoorcro ~/T Parent Iessll ,JVSchool ~SW QUM) ~:00 PM AT UPTON 4 II HSN QUAD AT HOORCROFT 18 HSB-BB(FR) AWAY HOORCROFT 6:00 IItOARD MEETING lltulett 6 PH SOAR 6 ~ Hulett 5 HSB-BB WHIGMT HOME 4-5:45-7: 3( NSG-BB WRIGHT AWAY 4-5:45-7:3( HS~ HETTIMGER H, 12 HSE-BB TONGUE R~ AWAY 5:45-7:30 JHB-RB Tou~l~!!.L_ END |ST SEHESTE! 19 RSB-BB MOORCROF~ A~A'Y 4:30-6:00 IISG-BB HOORCROF1 AWAY 4:30-7:30 26 HSG-BB UPTON HOME 3:00-4:30 HSB-BB UPTON HONE 6100-7:30 HSN BELLE F0I tlSB(SO)ilOME 7:00 CIIRISTIAN SCHOOL iflil+nl Nl'~Jt'tqTv v I)twem~er Io II II It It I% I~ ll i! i~ lo li I1 II '. II II+ 17II 1~ I@ property. The count) that information to the board. The county is done on Its properties and District is getting an its property Both the school board commissioners discussed for public input on the The school board is planning schedule time at their meeting to receive comments. Bob Campbell, Sundanc ementary Principal. told the that the After School Study program begun in year has been very Originated by Ronette Kalder, it currently funded by a grant, Chapter I ImprovemenL said the seventeen students have been working with have from "D" of"F" grades to "A" grades. Superintendent Cartier that drug testing will begin ary 1. The district has with Western Patholog testing and with Crook Memorial Hospital to do the lectlons and alcohol testing. ). TOURNEY 13 H$~ SUND~CE LUSK DUAL 4:0( HOORCEOFT 2O HSB-BB LUSK AWAY 1:15-3:0( 4:4'. 27 NSB-BB BIG NO~ HONE 1 : 00-2 : 3C HSG-BB BIG NO9 AWAY 1:00-2:30 ICHE TOURNEY +1 I I , II l] 11 14 tt il~ I; Cig tax funds paid in county The monthly cigarette but/on for November $539,320.26. Out of thai the state of Wyoming $129,275.11 for credit to the eral fund. of the state received the counties, $43,695.34. Crook County rece~ Moorcrofl received ~303.37; SUrf" dance, $984.90; Hulett, $539.51; and Pine Haven, $32.77. January 1 9 9 6 Social Sleurity News leklet Addiesoea Women's Queationl about I I IT .... -- .... iillrlil ,or ........ Social Security _ HeSSe m "/his free booklet Is not Just I SCHOOL RESUII~S J~Bi/Noorcroft HSM/Lsid Tour~ theNation'sworkforce ~ays' (There) Honzel, State Socll:urtty iiWi; .... ager for Wyoming. hope l~ ,. ~,..,,,. I ~v Mid.it/Haloes ............... woman will read 10 January 8 9 Drama Club to FFA HeetinB Beauty & the 6:30 officers Beast/G/llette 7:O0 everyone ................ I ................ 16 17 ;OAR I AM 24 11 I~JHBBB U Here w/SiRs Valley 4:00-5i30 8OARD HEETI~ Hulett 6 PH ._FOSTER q CLINE "~SEHINAR NO SCItOOL rEACMER IMSERVICI DAY 22 3 .s.B 5:30(R) SOAR $ @Moorcrot 31 MOORCROPT SECONDARY b ELEMENTARY SOAR 6 at Hulett 2~ JHBBB J(H) 4i00 w/Twin Spruce 4 IISW u/Gillette _i L_h 0 ...... 29 4:00-5:30-?:00 .... ~HIII Toirol1 *'~HSBBB l..~Keyce tH) 1:00-2:30 MSGBB v/liyel r 1.)+,3o-6:oo In ~orcrof H) 1:OO-2:30 ISGBB v/Hldwea HS~ Noorcroft JV This new booklet tells may affect a woman's benefits she is divorced, widowed, or widow caring for her spouse's preschool or children." It tells how her may count toward Social and explains how a pension may affect her Social I 3O 2 9 26 +ml #m/HSBBB H L,p/Iril ,t .._..-'.]i.00:li30 ISGRB w/WriNht IS~ JV Speerfl Deteell~ llrlmulrv ..... I; "''l'" l ! 1I I tl il It I1~ I; ll I! li Ill 11 |l il I" li IO 41 I1 it 14 ', II 1~ il !. II IS :l ;l~ 17 ;m .~i T 1996 5 US BOys BB H Hulett 3:30 ~S Girl's BB H Hulett 3:30 1"~ End Is ~Selmete: HS Girls |B ~r/lht Here El, HS Boys BI Vrlght H 5:00 JR Boys li H El 19 HS Girls BB Her, tS~6rsstlins Hot Spr/nss I 4S Girls BB Me curity benefits. Social answers these and othe she may have about Its in this new publication. The information in the recognizes the changing role women, especially the increase the number of women In Nations workforce. For the booklet explains the a working woman and her have If she becomes disabled dies or when she retires. It explains what benefits a wife widow and her children can get the basis of her husband's record and how verse affects benefits, This booklet is not intended provide a complete explanatiO~ the Social Security program. upton i:oo guldetothc eprovlsions ~S Boys BB He uplo. i:o0 or can be, of particular Interest 13 Forensics @ Spearfish 2O HS Girls BB @ you and every woman. This new booklet is available your local Social Security Or, call Social Security's number, 1-800-772-1213 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. on days and ask to have you. Our lines the week and early in so ff you're calling for this have a free prims. 3 JR-BE Ill Prec. 11 HS Nrsetlln8 Here Wrllb~ i Sundance 10 H$ BOys BB Bite Hewcastle 6:0( 8 14 .A,l+