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Page 9 - Thursday, February 28, 2008 "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance limes Bowling Old Timers League- Feb. 12 Team Standings Sexy Seniors 53-35 Recycled Teen-agers 48-36 Sagebrushers 45V2-38V2 (inc.) Odd Balls 43 V2-44 V2 Snow Birds 43-45 Sod Busters 42-46 Happy Jax 37-51 Spring Chickens 36-52 Team High Game Recycled Teen-agers 1069 Snow Birds 1068 Happy Jax 1052 Team High Series Snow Birds 3149 Happy Jax 3051 Recycled Teen-agers 3008 Men High Game Don Sharkey 236 Jim Rexford 191 Gordie Speidel 189 Men High Series Don Sharkey 580 Gordie Speidel 506 Tower Lanes & Caf6 11-10 Guy Neugebauer 501 Rozet Bar 9-12 Women High Game Sam's Construction 8-13 Cheryl Trigg 208 Al's Electric 8-13 Dianna Svalina 175 4 Way Gas N' Go 3-18 Bey Rexford 172 Team Scratch Game Women High Series Knapp Construction 961 Cheryl Trigg 559 Sam's Construction 954 Marilyn Longthorne 473 Basic Energy 921 Barb Barritt 452 Team Scratch Series Unique Scores Knapp Construction 2734 Karin O'Dell 5-7, 4-5 Basic Energy 2731 Bob Beaudoin 2- 10 Sam's Construction 2707 Billie Wakefield 3-9- 10 Team Handicap Game WaUy Elwonger 3-10, 5- I0Knapp Construction 1127 Guy Neugebauer 3-10, 4-5-7 Basic Energy 1121 Marilyn Longthorne 3- 10 Tower Ixmes & car6 1 1 14 Mary Lou Petersen 4-7-9 Team Handicap Series Charley Langenderfer 3- 10, Basic Energy 3311 3-10, 2-7 Rozet Bar 3270 AI Murphy 4-9 Knapp Construction 3232 Men Scratch Game Ken Smith 259 Industrial League - Doug Blakeman 233 Paul Baker 224 Feb. 18 Men Scratch Series Team Standings Ken Smith Knapp Construction 18-3 Doug Blakeman Basic Energy 13-8 Don Sharkey The Office 13-8 Men Handicap Game Doug Blakeman Ken Smith Dave Allen Men Handicap Seri~ Doug Blakeman Ken Smith John Plemmons Women Scratch Game Shelly Mills Cheryl Trigg Stephanie Lang Women Scratch Series Shelly Mills Cheryl Trigg Selina Mater[ Women Handicap Game Shelly Mills Cheryl Trigg Stephanie Lang Women Handicap Series Shelly Mills Cheryl Trigg Stephanie Lang Nite Owl League- 728 629 Feb. 24 620 Team Standingl Weston Engineering 22-10 271 KJss tck Water & Oil 21-11 259 Shepperson RTM 17-15 256 Tenkce Trucking 16-16 Tower Lanes & Car6 16-16 743 Clautde's Farrier Service 15-17 728 Shepherd's Service 11-21 716 Fly[rag Ravens 10-22 Tea n Scratch Game 213 ClauLde's Farrier Service 804 205 Flying Ravens 782 151 Tower Lanes & Car6 776 Team Scratch Series 538 Claude's Farrier Service 2218 536 Tower Lanes & Caf6 2180 407 Flying Ravens 2135 Team Handicap Game 267 Claude's Farrier Service 941 249 Tenke Trucking 933 240 Flying Ravens 917 Team Handicap Series 700 Shepherd's Service 2623 668 Claude's Farrier Service 2608 620 Tenke Trucking 2563 Men Scratch Game Kentay Smith 279 Spud Mater/ 279 Paul[ Baker 278 Mere Scratch Series Kenmy Smith 771 Spud Mater[ 677 Paul Baker 667 Men Handicap Game Paul Baker 299 Dave Mann 290 John Tenke 289 Claude Trigg 289 Men Handicap Series Kenny Smith 771 John Tenke 727 Paul Baker 727 Women Scratch Game Cheryl Trigg 223 Sharon Donner 205 Radonna Boyd 199 Women Scratch Series Cheryl Trigg 614 Radonna Boyd 500 Dianna Neugebauer 493 Women Handicap Game Sharon Donner 259 Cheryl Trigg 258 Shelly Trigg 257 Women Handicap Series Cheryl Trigg 719 Kate Tull 710 Krista Callin 681 B&T Bridge I Claudis Carr had high score when members of the B & T Bridge Club met at her home Wednesday afternoon, February 20. Jeanne Wyatt was second and Betts Seeley, low. Norma Bernd and Betty Durfee were guest players. Mary Ruland will host the club next on March 5. Sundance School Menu Breakfast March 3 - Assorted cereal, cinnamon toast, juice, assorted milk March 4 - French toast w/ syrup, bacon slices, strawber- ries w/bananas, milk March 5 - Breakfast on a stick w/syrup, fruit cocktail, milk March 6 - Breakfast pocket, whole wheat toast, peanut but- ter and jelly, oranges, milk March 7 - Ham and cheese muffin, blueberry muffin, sliced peaches, milk Lunch ,' March 3 - Oven fried chick- en, mashed potatoes, country gravy, ww rolls, tangy cherry salad, milk March 4 - Chili, cinnamon roll, baby carrots, pear, milk March 5 - Hamburger gravy, biscuit, peas, fruit cocktail, shape up, milk March 6 - Deli ham sandwich, broccoli normandy, Y2 orange, fruit gushers, peach cobbler, milk March 7 - Hot dog on a bun, potato starz, kiwi, applesauce, milk Library: Continued from page 3 Local/State/Federal: THE STATE OF WORKING WYO- MING, prepared by the Equal- ity State Policy Center based in Casper, WY. New Fiction: BEVERLY HILLS DEAD by Stuart Woods. Novel of murder, political intrigue, and betrayal set in 1940s Hol- lywood, when the Red Scare meant anyone could be suspect. FLAWED by Jo Bannister. Al- though Brodie has made some surprising - and dangerous - discoveries while working as a modern-day treasure hunter, none of them has turned her life upside down in quite thisway UNDEAD AND UNEASY by Mary Janice Davidson, donated by Doreen Feeney. Betsy knows the next few ,weeks won't be smooth sailing - but she never expects just what's in store for her HER ROYAL SPYNESS by Rhys Bowen. Lady Victoria must clear her very long family name when an arrogant Frenchman, who is trying to swipe her fam- ily's estate, winds up dead in her bathtub. New Nonfiction: THE COM- PLETE GUIDE: BUILD YOUR KIDS A TREEHOUSE by Philip Schmidt. OUTDOOR FIX-IT 101: PROJECTS YOU CAN RE- ALLY DO BY YOURSELF by Steve Willson. PLUMBING 101: 25 REPAIRS AND PROJECTS YOU REALLY CAN DO by David Griffin. FUN AND FANCY CAKE DECORATING by Kate Sullivan. NATURAL STAIN REMOVAL SECRETS by Deborah Martin. ANIMAL TRACKING BASICS by Jon Young. GUIDE TO TRAP- PING by Jim Spencer. times of events are to chan subje!t , Fir Track P.ra ice , Harlem Ambassa rs ,NO SCHOOL-EasteT Vacation 'F!A Regi0nal eecha Gil(eEe , National Honor Societ 5 f CCSD#1 shes to remind altll staff and v ors that the use of t acco is on att schoC pm / ,!FARe ona!jmding NWCCat Powe; i ,jH BoysBasketba[i !;stricts at Wright, Art Show at Wriaht, ACT Turnover Reg ration eadline Br ] April Test, !FA Regionai I [ ,p.~ ,AC 80Sa.m.-noo ]"1 & I Elementaryi:3Opm, I'm q Il bleatUpt n [ ,NO SCHOOL- Easter Vacation , NO SCHOOL s.bjeLt ,JH Boys 8aske ail at 4 . 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