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PAGE 10 THE SUNDANCE TIMES JANUARY 30, 1997 p 8teven Cochrane, State Exercise officer, Wyo- ming Emergency Management Agency, was one of two instructors for an Exercise Design course held in Sundance January 21, 22, 23. The other instructor was Nancy Jo nmlnen, State training officer. The course is designed to prepare local officials to prepare for, respond to and recover from disasters. SD declared disaster area On January 10, 1997, President Clinton declared a major disaster in the State of South Dakota due to damages and losses caused by a severe winter storm and blizzard conditions that occurred on January 3, 1997 and continuing. As a result three Wyoming coun- ties are declared contiguous counties eligible for Federal Disas- ter assistance. The purpose of this deslgnaUon is to provide emergency loan assis- tance to farmers and ranchers who have suffered physical and pro- duction losses affecting the ability of their operation to continue on a reasonable sound basis. All appll- cants must have sufficient equity to secure the loan and the opera- tion must show repayment ability. Under the FSA emergency loan program, the amount available to quadlfled producers cannot exceed the sum of the production loss or $500,000 whichever is less. The FSA interest rate is three and three fourths percent (3.75%) for the entire amount of the loan. FSA emergency loans are available only to operators of not larger than family-size farms and operators unable to obtain credit elsewhere. The deadline for applying for an emergency loan under this disas- ter designation is September 10, 1997 for physical and production losses. For further information contact Ag Credit Manager Carl Ericsson at 283-2870 or write P.O. Box 336, 213 Cleveland. Sundance, 82729. Sheriff's office news Several employees at the Crook County Sheriffs Office received Service Awards for five or more years of service at the Crook County Law Enforcement Association Christmas party, December 21, 1996. Those recelving awards were: Linda Fritz, April Glick, Nathan McNally, Sylvia Sharp, Dianne Si- mons and Bill Sips. The Crook County Sheriffs office has seen a few changes within the last month. Bryan Morehouse, who started work at the CCSO in 1993 and became the Detention Facility Administrator In 1995, has elected to leave the CCSO and pursue an education in the medical field In Torrington, WY. Shells Semlak, dispatcher, has resigned and taken a position at the Department of Family Services. Two Crook County residents have recently Joined the Detention Fa- cility staff. Jeff Hedge of Moorcroft has been hired as the new Jail Administrator. Jeff Moberg, of Sundance was hired as a Deten- Lion Officer. They are welcomed to the staff. Detention Officer Joel Morgan. NOINI[RN I'cnchq~c Ann ~tillcr 'l~llll SizClllOrC I II [] 11 2 LIC The course was sponsored by the Crook County Emergency Management and was a pilot elm for Exercise Design in this format. Those attending the class included emergency management personnel, law enforcement, fire departments, town council and personnel from the private sector. Photo by Mary Jean Wilson Sundance, is presently at the Wyoming Law Enforcement Acad- emy in Douglas, WY attending the State Mandated Detention Officer Basic Course. Sheriff Steve Stahla would like residents to be aware of the safety procedures the CCSO is following by havlng the intemal office doors locked. Thls is for the safety of not only the employees of the CCSO but also any citizen that may be inside the office doing business. The Sheriffs office is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday (excluding holidays) and there is always someone available to help at the front desk. Everyone Is free to stop in and say "Hi". Delta Kappa Gamma met January 22 Member Of Delta Kappa Gamma met at the high school on Wednesday, January 22, one week late because in inclement weather the week before. Josie Pearson won the 4:30 business meeting starting time door prize. Marcle Cllver reported on the re- cycling magazine project. She said some magazines have already been delivered, and members may bring additional magazines to the el- ementary school library for later distribution. Carol Farver relayed that the Mother Goose Rhyme books have been taken to Public Health to give to children receiving their 18 month Immunizations through that office. In new business, the March meeting is scheduled to be an In- ternational Dinner. Click Hunter, the State President, plans to be present for that meeting. A relaxing and informative pro- gram followed with Marcy Policky presenting speaking on massage therapy. She spoke to the group about relaxation techniques In- cluding aroma, sounds and light- ing as well as specific massage therapy. Members enjoyed a sam- piing of massage therapy proce- dures. The next meeting will be March 19, 1997. Register comments on BHNF by Jan. 31 Friday, January 31, 1997 is the last day to register comments on the proposed Black Hills National Forest Land Management plan. Written comments should be sent to: Mr. John Twlss, Forest Super- visor, RR 2 Box 200, Custer. SD 57730 or Ms. Elizabeth Estill, USFS-R2, P.O. Box 25127, Lake- wood, CO 80225. The Black Hills Regional Multiple Use Coalition is also asking that copies of comments be sent to Senators Enzi and Thomas, US Senate, Washington, DC 20510, Representative Cubln, US House of Representatives, Washington, DC 20515 and to Governor Geringer, Governor's Office, State Capitol, Cheyenne, WY 82002. Some of the areas they spotlight are production, vegetative man- agement, wilderness areas, what is 'Dynamic', hidden goals, stan- dards and guidelines, monitoring. and "partnerships" with commu- nities.. American Cancer Society issues contribution warnings The Wyoming Division of the American Cancer Society has re- cently received several calls re- garding other organizations solic- Iting funds under Wyoming county and city names. One such organi- zation, The National Cancer Coa- lltion, has been soliciting funds under such names as the "Albany county cancer drive" and then asks residents send their contributions to Seattle, WA. This organizations is In no way affiliated with the American Cancer Society and ev- eryone is encouraged to contact Sunny Divide Farm Bureau Despite the minus ten degree i weather, thirty folks enjoyed the soup supper and Farm Bureau meeting at Sunny Divide Hall on January 24 at 6:30 p.m. Several kinds of soup, homemade bread and dessert were served to those attending. Richard called the meeting to order and Chuck led the flag sa- lute. Arlene had everyone give thanks to Richard for plowing out the snow. Richard also had every- one thank the lunch commlttee. Arlene read the minutes and gave the treasurer's report, both were accepted as read. It was voted to pay the outstanding bills. Mem- bership monies were received from the County Farm Bureau treasurer for $218 for 109 members Everyone thanked Dave for building and installing the nice ribbon box for the hall. Minnie reported on the last county meeting held the 20th. A new budget was approved. Richard, Irene and Minnie plan to attend the mid-wlnter farm bureau meeting in Cheyenne February 3 and 4. iNellgh, NE and took OBITUARIES training at St. Luke's Hd Denver, CO. She received a R.N. degr Wayne st. Luke's in 1947. That Leon she married Ed Hladovcak, helped people of Wyoming with educational programs focusing on cancer prevention, patient service programs and financial assistance, and over $400,000 in research grants to the University of Wyo- ming. If donors would prefer that their contributions stay in the state of Wyoming, please send checks payable to the American Cancer Society, to 4202 Ridge Road, Cheyenne, WY 82001 or P.O. Box 5807, Cheyenne, WY 82003. For more information about the American Cancer Society, please contact the Division office at 638- 3331 or 1-800-869-1683. Roemerman Nellgh. In 195i the famlly~ Funeral services for Leon Wayne to Sheridan where Helen Roemerman, 37, Sundance, Wyo- ployed by the VA Hospital, ruing, were held on Wednesday, In 1967 she married W.O. January 29, 1997 at 2 p.m. at the Benson and the size of United Methodist Church in Sun- increased by four, dance, WY. The Rev. Scott Danlels daclde, Walt. Helen retired after Richard gave reports on the Funeral arrangements were un- their localattomeygeneral'soffice Powder River Basin Resource der the direction of the Fidler- before contributing. Council meeting he attended in Roberts Northeastern Wyoming When contributing money to the Moorcroft. They want Secretary of Funeral Chapel of Sundance. WY. fight against cancer, please be Agriculture, Don Glickman to en- aware of where money Is being force the StockyardsAct for pack- sent and how it is being spenL The era. He attended the N.E. Wyo. Helen Benson Wyoming Division of the American Economic Development coalition Cancer Society was established In meeting and suggested that Crook 1946. For over 50 years they have Countywithdrawfromthecoalition and using tax payer's money. He also attended the D.T.C.D. meet- ing on watershed and met with the County Commissioners. Skip Lewis, Weed and Pest supervisor, gave us some information on the leafy spurge and goat grazing. The next meeting will be Feb. 28 at 6:30 p.m. with the Williams, Perala's, Chatftelds and Dick Conzelman's on the chill supper committee and Don Nelson, Crook County HospRalAdminlstrator, will be guest speaker. Warren Crawford, D.V.M., gave an interesting talk on calf precon- ditioning and other livestock is- sues. pastor, officiated at the services. Mr. Roemerman died Monday, with the VA Hospital, but January 27, 1997, at the Crook ment simply meant a Job i County Memorial Hospital in forher. She was at various l Sundance, WY. He had been dlag- 4-H leader, day care nosed with having Multiple Scle- "Grandma" to more kids rosis in October, 1993. could count. Survivors include a daughter, She is survived by her Robin Englehaupt, Sundance, WY; Wally, Big Horn; a dau parents Duane and Alice Queen. Goodson, Sundance; step4 Sundance, WY; five sisters: Beatrice ters: Jackie Yoder, Blngham, Black Hawk, SO; Vivian Robin Nuhn, Union Gilles, Rapid City, SO; Elizabeth Cricket Wltt, Absarokee, Levett, Denver, CO; Rachel step son Walt Benson, Roemerman, FL; Pare Roemerman, Springs, CO; Rapid City, SO; two brothers: 2 great-grandchildren. Daniel Roemerman, North Carolina viving is a brother, George and Ragnor Roemerman, Rapid Las Vegas, NV. City, SO. A memorial service was] He was preceded in death by his the Big Horn Woman's father, William Roemerman. January 19, 1997. The quests that memorials be ! the Sheridan c/o First Interstate Bank, 2207, Sheridan, WY 82801 "Grandma Helen" will be l by her family and whose lives she touches Long-tlme Sheridan area resident, the children. Helen Benson, died at her home near Big Hornon January 16, 1997. Don't Let Your Helen Benson was born July 11, Competition Get 1924 to Mildred (Ferrell) Sellery Jump On Yout and Alfred (Fritz) Sellery. She ADVERTISE IN graduated from Neligh High School. CLASSIFIEDS t 12-piece rllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllnllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll~l[ I Homemaker III°'"'"ment 3r HuntingAnn°uncesLlce=el˘°mpli" in House Big 50, a big which would m.uv,.,,m.mmmmmmmmmmmmm..,,,.ma require that all complimentary II- '0 Aladdin Homemakers censes issued by Game and Fish Commissioners be designated to The Aladdin Homemakers met charity groups, Governor Jim Jan. 22 at the home of Ruby Geringer has announced that he Hutchinson with nine members intends, once again, to donate all present, of his statutory annual allotment A thank you was received from of complimentary huntinglicenses Amber Dampman for the $I0.00 to non-profit charitable organiza- gift certificate received from the tions. Homemakers at the 4-H Achieve- The Governor does not have a ment Day. contingency fund, so he regards The club officers are: president - this as an innovative way of Ruby Hutchinson; secretary - reaching out and assuring some Margaret Moline; treasurer- Judy benefit to the greatest number of Hutchinson; and parliamentarian Wyoming citizens possible. - Pearl Jensen. The club commit- The Governor said that some of tees were filled out: cultural arts - the 1997 licenses, which include Peggy Nelson; comforter for kids - ten elk, five sheep and five moose, Dorothy Lesmeister; and books for will be donated directly to specific babies - Margaret Moline. organizations - while other hunt- The club project leaders are: ingpermitswillbegranted toasso- community hall - Janet Weekes, clations which have a higher ca- Peggy Nelson and Pearl Jensen. paclty for fund raising. Proceeds Fund-ralsing - Judy Hutchinson are then distributed, in turn, to and program - Nlcole Delzer. The designated charitable institutions Aladdin Homemakers have the care in Wyoming per the Governor's of the Aladdin Community Hall. instruction. The club picnic at the Aladdin This is a process Geringer imple- Park in July was discussed as was mented immediately in 1995 to Aladdin Days in July at the park. It disperse the benefits derived from was noted that used greettng cards the traditional governors permits may be taken to the Senior Citl- among as many non-profit orga- zeus Center in Sundance or in nizations as possible. Belle Fourche where they are re- Proceeds from last year's hunting cycled f or use. licenses totaled more than Judy Hutchinson reminded $184,000. The money helped doz- members that the club will be ens of organizations across the making some arm bands for the State including the Wyoming Di- Crook County Nursing Home. vision of the American Cancer SO- The club has decided each month clety, theAmerlcan DlabetesAsso- members will bring recipes and in clation of Wyoming the IJons Club February it will be a red dessert of Casper for the Blind and the recipe in keeping with Valentine's WyomingAlzheimers'Association. Day. p,##1#w#1 'p11111 In February Peggy Nelson will be ; hostess at theAladdln Community I // Hall. Each member will bring a homemade gift for an exchange. Ifyou flndsome Anyone Is welcome to attend the MISTAKES club meetings where they usually in this publlcmtionplease try to have a program and a dell- II consider they ere there for clous lunch is prepared by the S good purpose. We hostess. This club has been in existence for many years and is a publish something for everyone...& some people good way to get to know the women srs always looking for in the community. I I with WITH C 1 Full Pound of French Fries Coupon Expires Offer 6ood Saturday and ,. ,. w . .. m ...... o .. o i, I . .. ~ o o . . m ~ e J . . . . = e . . ~ - m i - i e m Saturday and Sunday February 8 & 9 At Mallo Camp - 18 miles north of Newcastle on Highway 85, then a right on Mallo Road for 4 miles. * Snowmobile Poker Run Poker Run Registration - 9 a.m. - noon Saturday & Sunday will be a $5.00 entry fee per day. * Snowmobile Radar Run Radar Run Registration - 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. on Saturday, February Runs will start at 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. ° Free horse drawn sleigh rides continually on Saturday and Sunday. " Fun for the experienced or novice cross country skJsr. Bring your skis and coms out and enjoy the magnificent scenery. Snowmobile poker run registration from 9:00 a.m. to noon Ssturds, There will be a $5.00 sntry fee per day. "Radar run registration from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, Runs will start at 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. "The Girl Scouts will serve hot beverages and food all weekend. A hot brsakfast will be served Sunday morning st 7:00 s.m. • Actlvitiss for the kids to include ice skating, sledding and "Saturday there will be s cash bar with spirits available into ths Banquet dinner will begin at 6:00 p.m. to be followed by entertainment at 7:30 p.m. Wrap up the evening dancing to live music from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. by Prairie Fire. for a 1996 Polaris Indy Sport Snowmobile provided by RasmussenI This fsn cooled 440 twin has sp~dometar, trlpometar, hand and thumb low oil light, front bumper and Polaris Independent Front Suspension. available st Mallo Camp during ths Fsstivsl, or call Wayne Sack at Archis Csllsnder st 746-2450 or Charles Clark st 746-4281. Drawing to I Saturday. $2 s ticket or 3 for $5. Donations go to the Weston Count Festival. Raffle machine provided by Rasmussen Motors. B&T Bridge CUSTOMER APPRECIATION Club Mildred Durfee was the hostess I~ Buy one ii for the B & T Bridge Club on January 22. Norma Bernd had the high score, MarJorle Goodson, Frito Sul)er E second and Jeanette Mathis, low. BeaTavegla, JeanetteMathlsand Get One FR1 MarJorie Goodson were guests. The next hostess, on Feb. 19, will be While Supplies L Norma Bernd. cont,nu c[ LL#/20 ,t. Jan 29-Feb 5. ,| DON'T LET YOUR COMPETITION GET THE tl • •• JUMP ON YOUI Sundance, ADVERTISE IN THE CLASSIFIEDSI