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il PAGE 8 THE SUNDANCE TI]~P,8 JANUARY 20, 1994 It's a birdt It's a planet It's .... ? Tinkerbellf?f This unidentified flying object has been seen lately on and above the Sundance High School stage. Rumor has it that the cast of"Peter Pan" has received a large order of fairy dust, and have actually been flying during rehearsalsf If this rumor is true, Sundance is In for a treat when the play is presented February 18, 19, 25 and 26th. Nellie May Newlin Nellie May Newlin died January 17, 1994 at the Crook County ( Memorial Hospital. She had been [ In the Crook County Nursing Home but entered the hospital on Janu- ary 13. Private family services were held late Wednesday afternoon, Janu- ary 19, 1994 at Fldler Roberts Funeral Chapel. Nellie May Newlln was born Oc- tober 12, 1906 at Chesterfield, Il- linois, to Arthur and Mary Eliza- beth Randolph Chlsm. As a young girl they moved to the Draper/ Murdo area of South Dakota. She wa~ married to Harvey Bert Newlln in 1922 at Van Meter, SD. They moved to Climax, CO In 1936 1 and to Sioux Falls, SD in 1945. , "lhere they started Newlln Roofing. j Harvey Newltn died in 1969. , Nellie moved to Spearfish. SD in ] 1983 and to Sundance in 1987 i when she entered the CrookCounty Nursing Home, A memorial to the Crook County Nursing Home has been eatab- llshed. Survivors include one son, Rus- sell and daughter-in-law, Pat, Sundance; three daughters: Betty Wurts, Spearfish. SD; Lorraine and Ted Bradley, La Junta, CO; JoAnn and Ben Kenyon, Sundance; 11 grandchildren; 23 great grandchil- dren; l great great grandchild. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, two sisters, one brother and a grandson, Leslie ] Wayne Wurst. ] J Frances Rose Baker Rutledge Frances Rose (Baker) Rutledge, 74, died January 15, 1994 at her home In InternaUonal Falls, MN. She was born August 10, 1919 on a ranch near Belle Fourche, SD. Shortly after her birth, the family moved to a homestead close to Kara Creek between Upton and Sundance, Frances attended country schools in that area until 1934 when the family moved to Sundance. She continued high school in Sundance and graduated In 1939. She married Raymond Rutledge In October 1938 and in 1939 they moved to International Falls, MN, where she spent the remainder of her life. Survivors Include her husband, Raymond Rufledge, International Falls; three daughters: Marlene PlunLrtdge and husband Gilbert, Grande Cache, Alberta, Canada: Irene Burnell and Debra Carr, both of International Falls, MN; four sons: Raymond Rutledge and wife, Mlchon, Evanston, WY; Jerry ' Rutledge and Richard Rutledge, International Falls; and Donald Rutledge, Minneapolis, MN; one brother, Leland Baker and wife, Anabe[, Sundance; 22 grandchil- dren and 28 great grandchildren. There are also nieces, one nephew, cousins and many friends. She will be sadly missed by all. She was preceded in death by her parents, Charles and Stella (Ondrlezek) Baker and an infant daughter, Mary Ann. Services and interment were January 19, 1994 at International Falls, MN. Earl Gene Cranston Funeral services for Upton resl- dent, Gene Cranston, 69, were held at 9 a.m. Monday, January 17, 1994 at the Upton First United Methodist Church wlth Pastor Samuel Hemphlll officiating. Burial followed in the Moorcroft Cemetery with Masonic graveside rites. A memorial has been established to the Upton Ambulance Service. Mr. Cranston died unexpectedly January 12, 1994 at St. Vincent Hospital, Billings, Montana. Cranston was born December 26, 1924 at Omaha, NE, the son of Earl and Isabell Cranston. The family moved to Wyoming and homesteaded outside of MoorcroR in 1925. He attended schools at Rozet and graduated from Moorcroft High School. After graduation he married Wyoma Lea Erland at Hardin, Montana. He was drafted into the U.S. Army Air Force. Following his military service, he returned to NOI TII[I N Moorcmfl. The couple lived In a sheep wagon for several years be- fore they bought the presefit ranch near Moorcroft. On September 11, 1972 he married Dorothy Barnes at Rapid City, SD. Mr. Cranston was a member of the Upton Masonic Lodge, A.F. & A.M. #38, the KallfTemple Shrine of Sheridan, O.E.S. #32 of Upton, O.E.S. Gentian Cl?apter #23 of Gillette, and was active In 4-H for over 40 years. Survivors include his wife, Dor- othy of Upton, st~ mother Ethel Cranston, Custer, SD; 7 sons: Robert, Miramar, NJ; Roy, Mike and Kent, Gillette, Gary, Duxbury, MA; Mark, Kennewlck, WA; and Ivan, Moorcroft; 2 step-sons: Ri- chard Barnes, Upton; and GaD/ Barnes, Tularose. NM; 1 daughter Kay Harrier, Cheyenne; 1 step- daughter Esther Helfrich, Napa, ID; 1 brother Jack Cranston, Custer, SD; and numerous grand- children and 2 great grandchil- dren. He was preceded in death by his parents and one Infant sister. Worden Funeral Directors of Newcastle was in charge of ar- rangements. SENIOR CITIZEN MENU SUNDANCE Monday, January 24 Pork chop, baked potato, broc- coli, coleslaw, whole wheat roll, Jello/bananas. Tuesday, January 25 Ham loaf, squash, green peas, applesauce, roll, bread pudding. Wednesday, January 26 Savory meafloaf, mashed pota- toes, spinach, fruit salad, whole wheat roll, cherry cobbler. thursday, January 27 Oven fried chicken, baked sweet potatoes, succotash, tossed salad, banana bread, apple. Friday, January 28 Hamburger/bun, tomato soup, green beans, applesauce, apricots. HULETT Sunday, January 23 Roast beef, buttered potatoes, peas/carrots, glngered pears, Boston brown bread, sherbet. Monday, January 24 Meatballs, parslled potatoes. acorn squash, pea salad, peaches. Tuesday, January 25 Chicken pot pie, mashed pota- toes, grapefruit/orange salad, roll, oatmeal raisin cookie. "Wednesday, January 26 Spaghetti with meat sauce, peas, sunset salad, Italian bread, apple. Thursday, January 27 Cabbage roll, tomato sauce, tater tots, sunshine salad, roll, apricots. Friday, January 28 Meatballs/rice, tomato Juice, green beans, mixed fruit salad, roll, whipped Jello. MOORCROFT Sunday, January 23 Roast turkey, scalloped potatoes, carrots, applesauce, French bread, bread pudding, apricots. Monday, January 24 Turkey tetrazzlnl, spinach, grapefruit/orange salad, wheat roll, banana cake/frosted. Tuesday, January 25 Meat/noodle casserole, carrots, pineapple/orange salad, hard roll, tapioca pudding. Wed~', 4~,2~ ............ Swiss steak, rice/gravy, spinach, Jellied applesauce, roll. butter- scotch pudding. Thursday, January 27 Ham and beans, stewed toma- toes, cornbread, apricots. Friday, January 28 Orange Juice, tuna/noodle bake, peas/carrots, cabbage salad, roll, rice pudding with raisins. by Elane Churk About 45 persons attended the pancake supper at the center on Thursday night Pancakes, sausage and scrambled eggs were served with Floyd Carr baking pancakes and Sylvia Wald, Grace Nussbaum, Doramay Blakeman and Opal Oudin helping with the cooking and serving, lva Sherrard was cashier and Barb Crawford tended to the coffee making. Several persons attended the special dinner on Friday at the center. The cold weather kept many at home who usually attend. Farm Bureau Insurance is proud to announce that Suzette Moline is a member of Mountain West Farm Bureau's prestigious President's Club This recognition is based on achieving outstanding results in all lines of insurance sales. Congratulatmns! Ervie and Lydia Hogan motored to Spearfish on Saturday to attend to business and shopping. Harold and Norma Bernd took Margaret Beagle to the Rapid City ReglonaIAirport on Monday where she flew to Sierra Vista, AZ to visit her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Swartz. On January 22 the Swartzs will celebrate their 50th wedding annlversary. The four surviving slblings will have a fam- Ily re,.mlon aa they have not all been together for several years. Bill and Ruth Hlbbard, Phillip and Jeanne Habeck, and Nubs and Norma Bernd attended the musi- cal, "Oklahoma", Friday night at the Civic Center lh Rapid City. Jim and VlckieClark and Amber and Straltor and Elaine Clark en- Joyed supper at the Arc on Monday evening, the occasion being Vlckie's birthday. Claralee Dllllnger was an over- night guest of Merle and Evelyn Sisson on Saturday. Her husband, Bob Dllllnger, ~pent the night in Crook County Memorial Hospital under observation. He was released on Sunday and they returned to their home near Rozet. On Sunday Merle and Evelyn Slsson and Claralee Dfllinger dined at the Log Cabin Cafe. Lea and Donna Waugh motored to Newcastle Sunday morning, January 16, where they helped their daughter, Cindy Waugh, celebrate her 40th birthday. The affair was held at the home of Dean and Sue Ketfley and children with an early morning breakfast. Other guests were Lance and Janet Buer and children, Brody and Sarah. George and Beverly Peterson motored to Lander on Saturday where they visited with their son, Dallas, who has been hospitalized. He is much Improved and was released from the hospital on Sunday. George and Beverly re- turned home on Sunday evening. A telephone conversation with Don and Dot Fuller at Compton, CA, revealed they received shaking and tremors but no devastating damage during the Los Angeles earthquake on Monday. Dick and Rose Zella Proctor drove to Lander on Friday where they spent the weekend with their son, Kelly, and family. They returned by way of Thermopolis on Sunday spending the night there. The weather was very mild until they were almost home on Monday evening when they encountered snow and cold. The January birthday coffee and cake will be held on Friday, Janu- ary 21 at the center. Livestock board seeks public ideas on brand inspection The Wyoming Livestock Board is asking for public recommendations concerning changes planned in the state Brand Inspection program. They want to make the affected public aware of the issues, and get their input There will be a state-wide com- pressed video on Sunday, Febru- ary 6 from 5:00-8:00 p.m. to dis- cuss brand inspection and re- cording. Casper, Cheyenne (LCCC), Evanston, Gillette, Laramie, (Unl- versity of Wyoming), Powd~ erton, Rock Springs, Sherld~ Torrington will partlcipate.I For information on th~] pressed video viewir Wyoming Telecom~ Division at 307-777-5493. Correction" Crook County Museum In a story in last week's CrookCount) that they would be cleaning and renovation January, Februar~ date that should have for re-opening is April 1, to your area /: Join us for a FREE Organizational SUNDANCE TUESDAY - JAN 25 - 7:30 PM ,,, CROOK COUNTY HOSP - CONF. ....... LEADER: MARIE CROOK For information, call i-800 f, l,;U4 Wcighl W,n~hcr~ l.lcr~l;iIhmal. Im ~WllC~ ,d Ihc hadcmark All rigtll~ MOTOR OIL 10W-30 & 10W-40 Qt. 99 TRANSMISSION FLUID Type F & Dextron Qte 99 ANTI-FREEZE ..... gale 6e-MONTH BATTERIES $44 I'iJIJLICAIION COPY COMMERCIAL AND SAVINGS BANKS (x)r43OLlI)AIED FIEPOItT OF CONDI[ION (h~clud,ng Domeslic and Foleign Subsidiaries) t l ,iA! TITLE Of [}ANH ;TATE BANK NO. :;UNDAI',;CF. STATE BANK "' ]COUNTY .. ,':I ) ~: CRC'OK f c3sn and balances due from depository tnslilullol~s STATE WYOMING a No.nmle~esl - bearing balances and currency and con1 b Interest - bearing balances 1023-0097-0 OERAL RESERVE DISTRICT NO l0 I ZIP CODE 82729 DECEMBER__ ---31 liar Am unt in Thousands ~,il M 2 N 2 N N N N N 5 N 5 4 N N N N N N N N, NI N NI N( SPcunhes 3 I ...Jeral funds sold & securll,es purchased under agreemer;Is to resetl in domestic offices of the bank & ot *Is Edge & Agreement subsidiaries, & in IBFs a Federal funds sold b Securities purchased under agreements tO resell 4 U/arts and lease financing recewables: ~ ., Loans and leases, net of unearned income ~ o LESS Allowance for loan and lease losses c LESS Allocated transfer risk reserve .... d Loans end leases, Re1 of unearned income, allowance, and reserve (item 4.a minus 4.b and 4.c) .... 5 Assels held ,n trading accounts 6 Prem,ses and b=ed assets (including capitalized leases) ............... 7 Other real estate owned ....................... 8 Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and associated companies ............................ 9 Customers' liabdlty to this bank on acceptances outstanding ....... . ................ 10 Intangible assets ................... . 1 I Other assets 12 a Total assets (sum of items 1 through 1 I) . .... b toansdeferredputsuanllo 12USC 1823(j) .......................... c Total assets and leases deferred pursuant to 12 U SC 1823(J) (sum of items 12a and f2.b) ..... LIABILITIES 13 Deposits a In domestic offices (1) Non,nteresl - bear,rig ..... 1,5 37'0 ~/~ (2) Interest-beating ........... J 43 48]-_J~ b In foreign offices, Edge and Agroemenl substd~aties, and IBFs ........... [ l I (1) Nonlnlerest - beating ~ (2) Inferesl - bear,ng .............. I I~ "~J"J/." 14 t oderal tur~S purchased and secur~hes sold unde agreements to repurchase in domestic olhces oi the bank .... & of ,Is Edge & Agreement sub~,d,ar~es, & ,n IBFs a Federal funds purchased b Securities sold under agreemenls to repurchase 15 Demand notes issued to the US lreasury ............. 16 Other borrowed money ....... 11 Mortgage indebtedness and obligations under capitalized leases ....................... 18 Bank's liabihty on acceptances executed and outstanding ................. 19 Subofdmaled notes and debentures ............................ 20 Other I~lbditles ..................................................... 2', "Total 5abdites (sum o1 items 13 through 20) ........................... 22 Dmded - hie preferred stock and related surplus EQUITY CAPITAL 23 Perpetual preferred stock and retaled surplus (No. o1 shares outstanding NONE ) 24 Common stock (No. of shares a Authorized 500 b. Outstanding ,5 0 0 ) 25 Surplus (exclude all surplus related to preferred stock) ........................... 26 ~ Und,v,ded proms and cap,tel reserves ........................... O LESS: Net unrealized loss on markelable equdy securities 27 Cumulative foreign currency translalion adjustments ~/ 28 a Total equity capital (sum of ilems 23 Ihrough 27) Losses deferred pursuant to 12 U S C. 1823 (j) c Total equily capital and losses deferred pursuant to 12 US.C. 1823 (j) (sum of items 28a. & 28.b) ..... 29 Total habdmes, limited - hie preferred stock equity capital, and losses delerred pursuant to 12 USC 1823 (J) (sum of items 21.22. and 28c) .................................... MEMORANDA Amounts outstanding as of Report Date: 1 a Standby letlers of credd Total f b Amount of Standby lelters of credit in memo 1 a. conveyed to others Ihrough participations .......... NOTE This report must be s,gned, by an authorized officer(s) and attested by not leas than three directors other than the officer(s} sigoing Ihe l/We, Ihe undersigned olticer(s), do hereby declare that Ihis Report of Condition has been prepared in conformance with official InstrucUons and ia and couecl 1o the best of ~ ~.~ .,' /~ .......j my (out) knowledge and belief. / SIGNATURE OF OFFICER(S) AUTHORIZEO TO SIGN REPORT/z" " NAME AND TITLE OF OFFICER(S) AUTHORIZED TO SIGN REPORT ,f/" ARLENE J. TENKE, CASHIER e and belief apd 4KE MARK FOR "VO TAR Y'S SEAL/ correclness of this Report of Condition and declare thai it in conformance with official inslructions and is true and correct. ArURE OF DATE SIGNED AREA CODE/PHONE NO. 307-283-1074 uS and to the best of our County of(} .' ......... " .............. / .... ss: Sign~U~ Notary Public