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' ~ ed promotmn to many of its ~ntinmng process of change enlistees, according to an s new products join this ~milahle or a conve " Squadron, Lowry Air Force s "" ment w ~w form amn,~, +t, ..... i~, Base, Colorado. ssda" bhv~ ' "--"~ .... ~"~'~" J Z~'.yuratecl vegetable sea- As of Jan. 1, graduates of m:n n~Sdt~"'r- a ~vory new Junior ROTC and Billy Mit- . ~-,,~, ~o capture the mingled chell award winners in the tlter, pvors of a dozen spices and Civil Air Patrol who qualify arney~rbs at a single dash. for Air Force enlistment will ~. l~.oe sure to store your enter active duty as Airman :e m ~ces in as cool and dry a e lad~ce as possible, definitely First Class, three steps up the Air Force promotion lad- :at v~_, above or next to the der. ~esw~cnen range or in front of a ana ~. aow. Heat and light rob the ~ces of their flavor. Check once or twice to make sure your are still fresh. Open and sample the If it does not rise up you pungently, it replaced to insure your cooking Remember recipes are developed Fresh spices and there- must be in prime too, in order to the best results. are for creativity in pinch of, magic variety to meals...a dash of that will draw ad- COmpliments from Spices can help the food budget or the waistline. Above are for enjoyable with some You'll find they more enjoyment to meals and that as you you'll become bet- acquaintedwith your cooking! NEWS RELEASE January 15, 1979 Harrington, 25, re- assumed duties as nutrition extension for the University yomJng. She replaces Breger. of Berlin, Wis., COmes to Wyo- after serving as the project director of Action took her study in diet- foods of Wiscon- Point. Her at the Uni- Stout, was in food and nutrition. Har- took her dietitic in- in New York Hos- Medical Col- s husband, serves as director of the Wyoming e. cOmPetes course A. Moline Jr., River- COmpleted a course automotive tech- and has been awarded by the National of Washing- JANUARY 18, 1979 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 13 Lloyd Viergutz home during the week. The Gary Steele and the Chuck Pearson families were allat the Jerry Ryan home on Sunday evening to help Stacy Ryan celebrate her 4th birth- VA' s hospital and medical care system -- the nation's largest -- provides inpatient and ambulatory care to some 185,000 beneficiaries each day, the greatest number in agency history. day. The Rick Brengles attend- ed a basketball game at Sundance on Friday evening. I had coffee with Mary DeYoe, Marlene and Javon Corean on Friday and got acquainted with little Jami Lynn Corean. The Brengles attended a Crook County High School Rodeo Club committee meeting at Mateo Village on Sunday. Leon Olson visited the Brengles during the week. All six year enlistees will be promoted to Airman First Class after basic training. D~ ltm Mmm, Nm, rm~, a ~ PHA o(Mew hem District 2, is shown as she discussed leadership during a ,meeting last week of the Sundance FHA dmpter. Hulett community Education classes from traveling art show col- lections, Ms. Brimmer said. More information on classes, concerts and exhib- its is available from Ms. Brimmer at 46%5491. Aladdin Judy Brengle Jan. 15, 1979 This has been a long old 30 days of January, and it is only the 15th. We have about 10 inches of old snow with some new fluff~ stuff on top. And as everyone knows it had been way below zero. There is not much for news as everyone is staying pretty close to the fire. The Joe Currens had a Sunday dinner for their little daughter Jenny who cele- brated her second birthday. The Tony Koteks, and the Marshall Millers were down to help her celebrate. John and Laura Mitchell are attending the Emergency First Aid course on Wed- nesday night that is being given at the Aladdin Hall. Dick DeYoe, Mark Schmidt, and Leonard and Mark Viergutz all called on the Willard Viergutz's dur- ing the week. Lloyd and I.eta Viergutz, Jody and Pearl were Friday evening guests at the Pear- sons. Chuck and Josie Pearson were Belle shop- pers during the week. Kay ])ungey and Gayle Weaver flew to Las Vegas, N.M. to attend the funeral of Gayle's brother, Decon Weaver. They returned home on Saturday morning. The Jim Geis family had Classes being offered in Hulett in conjunction with the Community Education program were announced this week by Pat Brimmer, Coordinator. A women's gym class be- gan Jan. 9 with Betty Wil- son, instructor. The class runs from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at a cost of $3. A class in quilting will begin Jan. 24 to be taught by Sammy Svoboda. Sessions will be from 7:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. at a cost of $30 plus books. "Food with Pizazz" is the title of a class to be taught by Lynelle Konantz beginning Jan. 25 running from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. at a cost of $15 plus a $5 lab fee. Cindy Klinger will teach "Knots Made Pretty" be- ginning Jan. 26 from 7 to 9 p.m. at a cost of $15. Work for a high school equivalency certificate will be presented by Bernie De- Lance)" beginning Jan. 22 at 7 p.m. at a cost of $2. Plans for a children's bal- let class and for a welding clinic will be announced at a later date. Ms. Brimmer also an- nounced that concerts will be presented in the Hulett com- munity by the University of Wyoming on Febr. 16 and April 11. The first presen- tation will feature guitars with country and western, folk and blue grass selec- tions. A woodwind quartet will perform in the second concert. Art exhibits wi'll be on display at the public library as they become available Linch's parents the Chet Walkers of Plainview for Christmas, also Larry and Kelvin Walker from Cham- berlain, S.D. on Christmas day Evelyn Nelson of Belle, and Cheryl and Jerry Wil- liams and family. The Wil- hams visited a few days after Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gray and Tract were guests at the nergy Electric * Commercial * Industrial * Oil Field * Contracting & Engineering Box 686 Sundance, Wyoming :: Ph. 283-2233 Dave Lienen and Lee Middleton on all displayed - merchandise Sales & Service Belle Fourche, S.D. 892-3646 "Necessf nmc A word to the wise...our high intere~ savings accounts can give you a financial ct~on to fall back on in times of necessity! Speak to us. We pay DALLY INTEREST on Savings Accounts ITIoorcrofl Stale Banl 7'56-3473 The All Around Bank With Western Hospitality