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PAGE 8 THE SUNDANCE TIMES JANUARY 4, 1908 The Crook County Museum and Art Gallery is seeking the dona- tion of half a beef. The half a beef will be raffled offto help with the restoration costs of Dr. Clarenbach's 1931 Model AFord. If anyone is interested in making such a donation, please contact Dixie Boyle at the Crook County Museum. 8H IA PEPI W Sheena Peplow, daughter of Duane and Dawn Peplow of Sundance, was the November Reader of the Month at Crook County Children's Library. The library thanks Sheens and all the other children who participated in this program and encourages all to TKeep on Readingl' IlilliliJJliillmlllailagaHalH~HillllatagHIIIII! Nursing Home| IIInIIUWIIIIHIInIIOIIWIHIIH|IHJIJHJmIm~mJJIIJ~JJ Visitors at the Crook County Nursing Home for the week of De- cember26 through January I were: For Nellie Brown, Joann Butts, Genie Butts; for Velma Eaton, Walter and" Hazel Gordon. For Henry Pickerd, Walter and Hazel Gordon and John and Shirley Lanes. For Gilda Dirks, Walter and Ha- zel Gordon, Doris and Fred Case; for Louise Clark, Walter and Hazel Gordon and Marsha Snook_. For Verda Hewes, Walter and Hazel Gordon; for Lorena Altaffer, Loren Altaffer. For Ethel Taylor, Dehnar and Dottle Taylor; for Kate Banks, Eleanor Vines, Neva, Tammle and Bryan Buresh, Lila Butts and Do- ris Snlder. Richard and Irene Snider were in for church and visited wlth the residents. Thursday, January 11 French bread pizza, corn, pud- ding with fruit, mill Friday, January 12 Fish nuggets, bread and butter, tartar sauce, scalloped potatoes, cherry cake, milk. FU is urging year's extension of farm law Rocky Mountain Farmers Union (RMFU) is urging budget negotia- tors to take agriculture off the po- ' liticalhotseatbyextendingcurrent More than 150 road improvement farm law for one year. The general projects, togetherworthabout$200 farm organization is also encour- million, will be started by the aging lawmakers and the admin- Wyoming Department of Trans- istratlon to defer producers' re- portatlon (WYDOT] during fiscal payments of advance deficiency year 1996, which began Oct. I. payments taken last spring. Notable construction starts include "As the budget debate unfolds, rehabilitation 1-90 for eight miles however, it's clear that time is (Mileposts 160 to 168 between running out for making meaning- Sundance and MoorcroR. ful reforms in agricultural policy in The 1-90 and other projects to be 1995. At the same time, producers undertaken are listed in WYDOTs across the country need to know StateTransportationlmprovement the rules for the 1996 crop year," Program (STIP) which was recently wroteRMFU presidentDave Carter approved by the Wyoming Trans- in a letter to President Bill Clinton. portatlon Commission. In addition Farmers Union continues to ad- to road projects, STIP also outlines vacate a marketing loan program, improvement projects slated for such as the Family Farm Empow- airports in Wyoming, as well as erment Act or the Farm Security detailing funding assistance Act, which would save federal dol- planned for transit authorities lars by enabling producers to get around the state. more of their income from the In drawing up STIP, WYDOTuses market. However, the farm orga- a continuing and comprehensive nlzatlon maintains that any process to analyze needs and es- meaningful debate on federal farm tablish priorities for projects. The policy is impossible within the tight document presents not only the deadlines dictated by the ongoing improvement work slated to begin budget negotiatlons in Washlngton. durlng the upcoming year, but also 'These proposals provide real re- lists preliminary engineering au- form of agricultural policies that thorized for projects anticipated to have been in place for the last 50 begin in subsequent years. years. They provide total flexibility Scheduling road projects is a for farmers to plant crops accord- complex undertaking due to the ing to market indicators and pro- large number of variables, Includ- vide a safety net that is market- ingfunding, deslgnconslderations, responsive, saving the government right-of-way acquisition, utility money and cutting red tape dra- adjustments and inter-agency matically. Both plans would agreements. Ira problem arises in stimulate the rural economy at a time when such stimulus is sorely needed, and both should be de- bated more thoroughly next year than they possibly can in the re- maining hours of this year's con- greaslonal session," Carter said. • e e • • o e • • • • • • • • • a CHRISTIAN WOMEN o o o o o o o o o o e • • • • • • 'While the Freedom to Farm Act could be enacted now, we believe it "New Images" is the theme of the January meeting of the Crook represents short-term gain at the County Christian Women's Club. expenseoflong-termeconomicpain It will be held at the Hulett Civic for farmers. Now is not the time to Center on Thursday, January 18 pull the rug out from under farm from 12 noon to 2 p.m. policies that have allowed our The specialfeature, "Here's Look- countryt°enJ°ythem°stabundant ing at You", will be a fashion show and reasonably-priced food supply by Judy Brengle, Aladdin, and will in the world. Neither is it the time to place farmers into a quasl-wel- be sponsored by the Latigo and" fare system," said Carter in his Lace Boutique, Aladdin. letter to the president. AL Auxiliary makes donations "New Sounds" is the title of the special music to be provided by RJmee Carrier of Hulett. Carol Nank - el, Rapid City, SD will talk on "New Words". She Is a country lMn' wife and homemaker At their meeting December 12, who enJoys quilting, stamp collect- TIMB 1995 theAmericanLegionAuxillary ing and crossword puzzles. Do you know God does not value donated food to the food pantry For reservations call Mary Barbour at 467-5740; Linda' time as we do? God did not have a and to the Christmas Food Bas- Church, 283-2406; or Karen kets. They also gave their quarterly donation to Crook County Nursing Freytes, 756-9652. A free nursery Home to help with their recreation is available with reservations. A lunch needs to be provided for program, eacb child. beginning and there is no ending. God has always been and He will alwaysbe. In2Peter3: 8-II itsays "not to be Ignorantofthis one thing about God, that one dayis with the Lord as a thousand years and a thousand years as one day." The Lord is not slack concerning His promise but is long suffering to usward, notwilllng that any should perish but that all should come to repentance because the day of the The auxiliary held their annual gift exchange and a small Christ- mas party. The next meeting will be held on January 9. Members are asked to bring items of warm clothing for the Crook County Clothes Closet. The club asks that reservations be honored, cancelled or used by a friend. Take a break ..... Read the ClaasifisdL You'll be surprised at what youq.l flndtl O any one or more of these areas, the STIP. entire project may be delayed, and One such project in for this reason, WYDOT intention- falling into the cate ally"overprograms" projects in the con STIPtorepresentabout20percent 1997, depending on the more work than estimated revenue Ity of funding, willpermit, of US 14 (mileposts 160 Doing this gives WYDOT the between M0orcroft flexibility needed to maintain an Tower Jct. efficient bid letting schedule even To obtain a of as project delays occur. Delayed contact the projectsoriginallyplannedfor 1996 Wyoming Department of will be given highest priority for portatJon, P.O. Box funding in the 1997 version of the enne, WY 82003-1708. WEIGHT WATCHERS IN YOUR AREA! Join us at our next Organizational Meeting Tuesday - January 9 - 5:30 PM Crook Cty Public Ubrary - Mtg Room 414 Main Street Leader:. Mary Goddard For information, call 1-800-391-3130 ®1~ ,t Watchers lnternatioui, lnc~ own~ of tim trademark. All rlghtl reserved. AGAINST GUN AMERICANS AGAINST GUN CONTROL is a group of United Citizens dedicated to the preservation and protection the United States Constitution, particularly the Right to Keep Arms, by which the protection of all other Rights are insured. Further, it is our objective to work diligently to repeal all laws infringe upon our Second Amendment Rights, and to insure that no law shall be passed which may, in any way, infringe upon the citizen's rigLt to keep, own and bear firearms. Meetings are held the last Friday of each month in the Hall at '7 p.m. GOALS AND OBJECTIVES 1. Safeguard our Second Amendment rights through positive 2. Educate people that the government is of the people, by the people e the people, and as such, see that government assumes, once agmn, of servant as intended by our Forefathers, and not the fearful master become. 3. Elect national, state and local representatives who will fight to our Constitutionally-guaranteed rights, including the Right to Bear Arms. 4. Educate people about the Great American Heritage of hunting, and firearm ownership, and the positive benefits thereof. 5. Educate people in the safe handling of firearms. 6. Provide youth with the opportunity to use and become firearms and to promote involvement in shooting events and opportunities. Everyone is cordially invited to join by filling in the coupon the below address. MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION ANNUAL DUES: NAME." ADDRESS.. CITY, ST, ZIP PHONE ( ) INDIVIDUAL $ 15 FAMILY $ 25._.. LIFE MEMBERSmP $ 25O___ SEND DUES TO: AAGC, C/O BOX 532, HU. LETT, WY Lord will come as a thief in the Road and travel Ill .$ night, ln whlch the heavens shall info returns pass away with a great noise and the elements shall melt with fer- for winter months 8UNDANCE SCHooL8 vent heat, the earth also and the With winter weather returning to ? works therein shall be burned up. the Cowboy State, the Wyoming You should know about these all natural wonders. LUNCH MENU8 Thursday, January 4 Turkey and noodles, biscuits and butter, mixed vegetables, I/2 or- ange, milk. Friday, January 5 Hamburger gravy over biscuits and butter, green be~_.ns, mixed fruit, milk. Monday, Janum7 8 Hot dogs on a bun, tater tots, carrot sticks, apple, cookie, milk. Tuesday, January g Egg roll, rice, chicken nuggets, oriental vegetables, fresh fruit. fortur~e cookies, milk. Wednesday, January I0 Chili, crackers, chocolate cake, pears, milk. C INEIVL I 7:0e & g:O0 2 7:15 6 g:15 SWt* Frl. 7:15 $,t 4 & 7:15 hm. $ & 7:I5 ROBIN WILLI&NS IT'S A JUNGLE IN HERE stP/m or [] DIANE KEATON JACK I.EMMON WALTER The wahoo fish, which MAT'I~BAU lives in warm waters around the world, may grow to be six feet and 140 pounds. Seeing that all these things shall Department of Transportation's be dissolved, what manner of per- Road and Travel information ser- sons ought ye to be in all holy vice is once again in operation. conversation and godliness. Road and Travel provides road, We live in a day when man can lly condition and reports for area around the world in very short highways. time. Man can also destroy most of WYDOT recommends tuning in this earth with our great bombs to local radio stations as the best and missiles. Man can also recall way to hear the reports, which are with computers many thousand based on firsthand observations words of information in seconds, made by WYIXTT (including High- We hav the best doctors and way Patrol) personnel. Local road laboratories In the world. Did you reports are updated every two know we spend most of our time hours, or as conditions change, addicted to immoral TV entertain- and statewlde conditions are pro- ing ourselves. "IV promotes to sell vided twice a day. once first thing condoms to try to control the virus in the morning and then again aids. We should be teaching the mid-alternoon. Bible condemns all illicit sex acts As soon as road condition up- of any kind and that marriage is dates are reported by field per- until death, sonnel, W'YDOT faxes that infer- Did you know that in our great matlon to radio stations for country that the American home is broadcast. The stations send ,the shipwrecked because of self, alco- reports over the airwaves as a hal, drugs and gambling? Where service to the general public. do we Americans spend most of Alternatively, pro-recorded road our me? I believe it is not reading and travel messages can be heard and studying the Bible to obey the by dialing 682-9966 in Gillette or Gospel of Christ and live lives 746-9966 in Newcastle. Because pleastngtoGod.Wehopeyouspend of heavy demand, particularly your tlme wisely and be pleasing to during storm situations, the lira- God. Red number of phone lines are You are always welcome to come typically overloaded, and repeated worship at the Upton Church of attempts may be necessary to get Christ at 10 and I I each Sunday through. morning. Motorists are reminded NOT to YOURWORK ISACoMMENTARY call other WYDOT or Highway Pa- ON YOUR CHARAcTERt trol telephone numbers for road Richard Snidercondition reports, but rather to tune in to local radio stations. 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