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PAGE 8 THE 8UNDANCE TIMES JANUARY 7, 1993 H dues, Shahs Jahnig seconded the motion The meeting was adjourned. Cassia Snook Reporter Three Sundance High School students have been selected for All-State Choir. They are Jason Lanning - Tenor I, Jason Farver - Tenor II and Was Duvall - Tenor If. Over 650 students throughout the state auditioned for the choir the first Saturday In November. One hundred seventy of the top students were selected. The All-State Choir members are currently working on their music which includes Ave Rutt ere Requiem and more. The Director for this year's choir will be Pat Patton from Casper College. The choir will meet in Cheyenne on January 18, rehearse for two days and perform a concert January 19 at 7 p.m. at the Cheyenne Civic Center. Shown here are Jason Farver (left) and Was Duvall. Photo by Howard Allen 4-H CALENDAR Janmu7 S Northeast District Leaders' meeting, Upton. January 10 Early Registration Deadline for State Leaders' Conference, Lander. January I 1 Stmdance Lonestars 4-H meet- ing, Higbee's, 4 p.m. January 12 Entry Deadline Black Hills Stock Show Youth Day. January 13 Sign Up Deadline for Jr. Leader pnza party. J~matT" 15 Jr. Leader meeting & Pizza Party, Courthouse Basement at noon. January 18 Project Wild Workshop, Rozet 8 am.- 5 pm. January 25 S.D. Vo-Ag Scholarship Deadline. January 29 Black Hills Stock Show Begins (Through February 7). January 30 Black Hills Stock Show Youth Day. February 4 Wyoming State Leaders' Confer~ ence, Lander (Through February Maria - Rachmaninoff, Blessed Be God - Handel, 71. . Pledge of Allegiance and the 4-H S ~ gests that contributions be made pledge. The minutes from the last ab]e to Berea College or Union Church. meeting were read and approved, erwJce$ ave.l[ OBITUARIES ure Rachel Moline then gave the during legis/at Ruth Sylvester treasurer's report. A deposit of $50 was made and the balance stands When the 1993 General Session ....... Services for Ruth Sylvester were at $224.61. convenes, three services will again ular.a t.;nassell held Wednesday, Dec 30, 1992 at Under old business, we were re- be available which have been in ~ooper 2 p.m at the Presbyterian Church minded that our 1992-93 dues are place during previous years. -- .. at Moorcroft. WY Dr. Clara Chassell cooper, She died early .~'.--~^- r,~due today. The first service Is the Voter Emerita Professor of l'sycholoKy at cemher Project cards must be turned In Hofllne. 777-VOTE (777-8683). If " " ~ .......................... of today or within a few days. a caller wishes to leave a message Bares College died December 23, at a] se .... 1992, at Athens' Georgia mree" n ........ ur cau s. ~ne was ~v New business: Green Mountainforalegislator, the operators at the .... ' ---"~.~_ ~ne was tmrn at mverslae me Estates has asked us to decorate VoterHotlinenumberwilltakethe monms snyo~ner 100th blnnaay ......... ' ........ mmuyrancnont~euerourcheRlver their Christmas tree in their com- tJr. tsooper was born Marcn :za,a ............ ' ........... ne r Moorero=t m l o/to t wam munlty room/office sometime this message. While It Is not possible to i uncmnce wyoming twin ...... speak directly with a legislator on -. ,. L.' ...... ' , ana mra G (Glll~~>~>~>~>~>~ The Blacktail Hustlers invited our Devils Tower and our the Scotty Cowan Chapel of Un/on Ride-N-Hide 4-H Club club to go swimming with their Church In Bares, at II a.m. The Ride-N-Hide 4-H Club held club at the recreatlon center in flrstshoshone,natlonalarefOrest,both Wednesday, January6, 1993. In- their December meeting and BelleFourcheonJanuaryl5.Craig IocatedlnWyomlng. The stead of flowers, the family sug- Christmas party on Dec. 6, 1992at Wood motioned that we go to the state Is also home to the the Spearfish Holiday lnn. recreation center. Craig Wood world's oldest national Marci Steedley led the club in the motioned that the club pay our 4- park, Yellowstone. 15th Annual 8- Ball P,)),L Starting at 3 P.M. il i ~i These changes should be made in the Senior Citizen, Tree of Life advertisement which appeared in the Dec 24 isuue: CORRECTIONS Winnie Bush - In memory of Edith Watts. Marie Dillinger - In memory of Earl Dillinger. I I II II~ HAY BALES - CUBES EAR CORN - GRAIN HULETT, WY I sa'-" tten Plate I We are selling 1993 license plates to everyo h | who is licensed for 1992. The 1992 license pla fl ] year goes to the end of February, 1993, so you ha 2 | to have 1992's in order to get 1993'8 until Marc 1st. We are reserving low car and truck plates 1500) to January 21st. On January 22nd we begin selling them all out from the bottom up. As of January 1, 1993 we have to verify that have the vehicles you registered insured. You sign on the card we mailed you, or on an at the counter. Karen Glover Crook CounW Treasurer Publish: January 7, 1993 i Me ire isurn ~'Sno~ .tror 1992 dog tags expire December 31, 1992. Tags delinquent after February 29, and all owners wlITNI, unllcensed dogs are subject to criminal penalties. "" MALES - $10.00 FEMALES - $10.00 D F - .----,, SPAYE EMALES. : ' NEUTERED MALES $3.00 All dogs over six months are ehgible for iicend valid, rabies, shot certzficate" is required uur obtaining a hcense. " h. a Licenses can be obtained at City Hall. I P m" The main purposes for licensing are: ~ 8' p.' 1. Rabies control. ~ tary 2. Animal identification in case the dog I .Pr: is impounded. !: Plac, i