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PAGE 2 THE SUNDANCE TIMES MARCH 29, 1990 THE SUNDANCE TIMES Continuing The Crook County News Publication #USPC 526-720 Second Class Postage Paid at Sundance, Wyoming 82729 Entered as Second Class Matter in the Post Office at Sundance, Wyoming 82729 Member National Newspaper Association The Sundance T,es is a legal newspaper for all publications Telephone: Area Code 307-283-3411 Published Every Thursday by THE SUNDANCE TIMES, INC. Howard Allen, Publisher Jim Allen, Office Manager Deanna Ericsson, Typesetter NOTE: If changing address, please include former address Also give zip code, box or street address. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Sundance Times, P.O. Box 400, Sundance, Wyoming 82729. SUBSCRIPTION RATES To P.O. Addresses in Wyoming and Butte, Lawrence and Carter Counties, $11.00 per yem-. To P.O. Addresses outside Wyoming, $12.50 per year. Minimum Subscription, 6 months - $7.50 POSTAL REGULATIONS REQUIRE THAT SUBSCRIPTIONS BE PAID IN ADVANCE DEADLINE: 5 P.M. MONDAY OF WEEK TO BE INSERTED WANT AD RATES: 15c per word each insertion to be paid in advance. MINIMUM CASH INSERTION $1.50 MINIMUM CHARGE INSERTION $2.50 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY per colamn inch $4.00 CARD OF THANKS $3.50 EXTRA LONG CARD OF THANKS $7.00 BLACK FACE READER ADV. per line 35c PUBLISHER'S NOTE: All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to advertise "any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or dis- crimination.' ' The newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. - School [Cont. from Page 1] contracts for the 1990-91 school year: Moorcroft Secondary & Ele-- mentary: Lester Bullock, Sandra Bul- lock, Bonnie Carmin, Joe Certain, Elva Castello, Richard Castello, Stephanie Goltz (M & HL Patricia Haglund, Richard Haglund, Scott Handley, Carolyn Holso, Gerald Albert- son, June Johnson. Jack Kueter, Mary McKillip, Anna Prentice,-Dale Idtba'sel, Julie Petersen, Ivan Welt, Carl Mirich, John Ferguson, Lark Durneil, Jerome Fischbach (M & H), Margo Gibson Mary Boo, Mary Farnsworth, Grace Williams. David Buus, Patricia Williams, Jeanne Threet, Steven Kiley, Betty Engstrom, Dalari Bentley-Stillmm, Shirley Westerhausen, Helen Farns- worth, Barbara Schneider, Marceline Cliver, Linda Lang, Patricia Kottraba, Linda Christensen {S & M), Betsy Mahoney (S & M & H), Linda Parsons. Hulett Elementary & Second- cry: Steven Bollenbach, Lynda Collins, Lisa Dutton, Mary Heinery, Gall Hodges (H & S), Jeanne Hibbard, Alice Ickes, Susan Jensen, Pauline Jolley, Cynthia Klinger, Rodney Knud- son, Friel Lynn, Joyce Mc- Clanahan. Jody McKee, Ila Miller, Laura Norton, Bonnie SiDe, Marilyn Stults, Beth White, Sharon Bollenbach, Thomas Collins, Gregory Gorman, John Konantz, Steve Norton, Ted Parsons, Danny Cosner, Robert DeRocher, Nadine Wolf. Rural: Connie Green, Beth Raber, Marian Schmidt, Mary Streeter, Willa Walker. District-Wide: Timothy Forget, Rose Jarvis, Ronette Kahler, David Watson. Sundance Elementary & Secondary: Robert Beaudoin, Connie Crosswait, Kathryn Eddy, Timothy Hoard, Richard Hub- bard, Barbara Janssen, Diane Johannessen, Adrian Johnson, Rita Johnson, Dwight Jundt, Todd Kahler, Melvin Miller, Bernie Schnorenberg. Walter Simons, Maxine Simons, Julie Cross, Randal Hennen, Particia Mischke, James O'Conner, Debra Ross, Jacqueline McInerney, Linda Peterson, Richard Pridgeon, Ilene Hooper. Maxine Ripley, Carol Farver, Waiter Quillian, Terry King, Elizabeth Kreuter, Josie Pearsnn, Janice Truchot, Doris Kohle, Carla Livingston, Loretta Tonak, Kay Mayer, Marlene Edwards. Note: Persons with assign- ments in several places listed only once on this list but recom- mended by all administrators involved. Not Recommended for Con- tract: Jannett Davis {because of eli- minating position.) Promotion board meets at Aladdin A meeting and luncheon of the Crook County Promotion Board will be held April 5 at 12:30 p.m. at the Aladdin Care and Hotel. Consideration of matching fund requests will be consider- ed at this meeting. Movie offering planned at church "Cry From the Mountain", a full-length feature movie pro- duced by the Billy Grai:am Evangelistic Outreach will e shown-Sunday, April 1, at 6200 p.m. in the Parish Hall of the Church of the Good Shepherd. The film reveals how people can learn to deal with the circum- stances that affect their lives and their relationships with each other. There is no charge for admis- sion, but a free-will offering will he taken for the Billy Graham evangelic work. The public is invited to attend. County airman receives award Air- Force Senior Airman Matthew S. Driskill, son of Jesse T. and Ellen Driskill, Devils Tower, Wyo., has been named outstanding mainten- ance technician of the year. Driskill is an electronic com- munications and cryptologic equipment systems specialist with the 2184th Communica- tions Squadron in West Germany. His wife, Brenda, is the daughter of James D. Clark of 1123 Main St., Sundance, Wy. and Dolly Keahey of 1230 W. Battlement, Mesa, Colo. He is a 1980 graduate of New Mexico Military Institute, Ros- well. The Snowflake Festival at Mailo Camp Friday and Saturday was a time of snow fun and other activities for these members of Sundance Junior Girl Scout Troop No. 989. In addition to cross-country skiing, the girls did crafts, designed their own patch for the event and made taffy. Shown left to right are: Front - Brandi Schulz, Jill Tschetter, Vicki Johnson and Alissa Fuhrmann. Back - Brittany lseminger, Lynn Peterson, Sue Fuhrmann, Kathy Johnson and Kenda Fuhrmunn. LETTERS Dear Editor, What more can I say .... Cecil Crago was right here in our midst for those seventy years and I guess I r,.member him for most of those years. He was our neighbor and iriend for as long as I can remember--perhaps sixth-nine years. And as has been mentioned in his obituary, he even helped us here on the ranch for some of those years. Other pertinent facts wer . also mentioned. I am writing to mention some of the other facts that were not mentioned. For instance, that Cecil, although never famous by the world's standards, lived among us and never attracted notoriety or wide attention. He wa. never arrested for immoral or illegal activity. He competed in school and in sports--and very successfully so. He served his country honorably and well in World War II and in Korea, for which we are grateful. And, as has been mentioned, he served our community in the same customary manner. Cecil was a devoted and faithful husband and father and justifiably proud of his family. He was a businessman among us for forty-one years. And Cecil did all of these things up until his death after having overcome handicaps not common to many of us. I write this eulo,y with no reservations -- what more can I say? Orville D. {Pete) Harper Dear Editor, I wish to thank Chris Wagner, a student at Sundance High School, for submitting an entry in the Wyoming State Council on Vocational Education pester contest. I also want to express appre- ciation to Mrs. Barb Janssen, the teacher who sponsored the entry. The council applauds their participation in projects designed to emphasize the importance of vocational programs to a well rounded education. Bob Tarantola, Chair WY SCOVE The Sundance Bigger-Faster-Stronger weight lifting clinic will be held here Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Sundance High School gymnasium. Participants must register in advance before being allowed to attend the clinic. Interested persons should contact the high school office to register and py fees. Clinic fees are $15 for adults and $10 for students. The clinic will be presented by Stefan Fernholm, a world class discus thrower, a native of Sweden who came to the United States on a track scholarship at BYU. He is currently training for the Olympics using the BFS athletic weight training program. Fernholm is 6'IV2" tall and weighs 270 lbs. He does full squats with 820 Ibs., cleans 440 Ibs., benches 500 Ibs., sprints a 4.3 second 40 yd. dash and has a 40-in. standing vertical jump and a 11'3" standing long jump. His best discus throw of 229 ft. is currently third in the world. Over two million Americans are 85 and over. iii00 ili i! These sixth grade students participated in the Northeast District Junior High Music Festival in Newcastle on March 10. They received the follow- ing ratings: front row, left to right, Missy Morgan, flute solo II; Rosaiee Waugh, clarinet solo I1+; Brandi Lundel], saxophone solo H and vocal duet H; Peggy Foster, flute solo I and vocal duet II. Middle row, left to right: Todd Chatfield, snare drum solo II + ; Wayne Pollat, snare drum solo I1; Wes Tschetter, trumpet solo 1; Jimmy Durfee, snare drum solo H+; Seal* Heeney, French horn solo I+; Nathan Horuor, trumpet solo II-; Clay Merchant, trombone solo HI; Kelly Weaver, baritone horn solo III. Back row, left to right: Crystal Materi, clarinet solo II; Jenny Pridgeon, clarinet solo I; Rande Merrit-Lampl, clarinet solo II+; Becky Leinen, flute solo 1 and vocal duet II; Kenda Fuhrmann, clarinet solo II; Kara Lill, clarinet solo II +; Keri Reinecke, flute solo II+ and Neci Steedley, saxophone solo II. C,0000ok County Nursi00 Home March 19-24, 1990 Monday we were glad to see Martha Nelson come back from the hospital, and better yet, to see how well she is getting along. We would like to thank Shirley Buckman for the bingo quarters; they are always use- ful. Also, thanks to Shirley for commg L_ and callmg bingo. Thanks goes out to the Senior Citizens Band for being so faithful to us, we can count on them most every Monday even- ing. We would like to thank Jesse and Fred Tschetter for all the neat things they donated to our games; they will be very useful. We received another box of stuff, which was donated to our games. They did not have any names on them. Thanks to whomever! We had resident council meeting in the morning; many things were cussed and discuss- ed, but we hope that we resolv- ed most of the problems. Bud Woods was named our "Resi- dent Of The Month", and I must say, he is most deserving. Bud is a very sensitive, sweet, caring man. CONGRATU- LATIONS, BUD!!!!!! Terry Buckman was in to give Bible study in the evening. We welcome you, Terry, with open arms. We would like to thank Gladys Fort for the shampoo that she donated to the activi- ties department for their games. Wednesday was a sad day as our Reta Duca passed away. Our prayers and thoughts are with the family. We had the Christian stu- dents in to visit and share hugs. The 8th graders were here in the afternoon and went around visiting and doing things for the residents. This is deeply re- warding to all. We missed Wilma Johner to help us with bingo. We hope that she is back with us soon. Thursday Freda went to the Senior Citizens to play pinochle. We hope that she had a good time. Gladys Fort and I were busy writing letters in the afternoon. Pastor Karnes was in for church services on Friday with Shirley Hamel and her lovely organ music. The two of you do a wonderful job. Thank you. We would all like to take this time to wisl Dor,G0se a speedy recovery, -. . ,,, We had Op.t; pinocl}le match in the aernoon.=l wase fun tne to play cards. Saturday, we were saddened by the news of one of our swing bed patients passing away. Floyd Brunson will be missed by all. Our prayers and thoughts are with the family. Judi Sipe, Activity Director P.S. We are needing coffee cans w/ lids for a fund raiser. Thanks. Senior Citizens Menu SUNDANCE Monday, April 2 Chicken noodle bake, mixed vegetables, fruit salad, biscuit, whipped topping. Tuesday, April 3 Pork & macaroni, green beans, banana/peaches in orange sauce, hot roll, oatmeal cookie. Wednesday, April 4 Salisbury steak, tater tots, lettuce/dressing, hot roll, sweet potato pie. Thursday, April 5 Oven fried chicken, mashed potatoes, green beans, cran- berry sauce, cornbread, peaches. Friday, April 6 Baked fish, purple plums, hot roll, orange whole wheat cake, orange frosting. MOORCROFT Sunday, April 1 Roast pork, mashed potatoes, mixed vegetables, applesauce, dinner roll, donut. Monday, April 2 Ham/beans, cornbread, tossed salad, dressing, fresh fruit. Tuesday, April 3 Chicken/dumplings, giblet gravy, mixed vegetables, fruit salad, pumpkin pie. Wednesday, April 4 Cabbage rolls, tomato sauce, cottage cheese, peaches, risin muffin, applesauce. Thursday, April 5 Roast beef, mashed potatoes, green beans, carrot/cabbage slaw, hot roll, peach pie. Friday, April 6 Fish, augratin potatoes, peas, bread, carrot/raisin salad, orange. Times Classified Ads Save Time, Money, Effort Local realtors attend institute Six members of the North- east Wyoming Board of Real- tors attended the Wyoming Graduate Realtor Institute held in Casper March 6 through 10. Members attending were: Lynda Bickford, Betty Hapton- stall, William Haptonstall, Rose Zella Proctor, Francie Rossman and Norval Waller. The Institute, accredited by the National Association of Realtors, promotes profession- alism through education. Courses included principles of financing, personal and profes- sional development, and ethics. The courses are offered at three levels and, upon comple- tion, lead to the G.R.I. desig- nation. Two hundred six students and alumni attended this year's sessions, taught by nationally certified instructors and profes- sionals in their respective fields. Preceptor Omega members meet The February 26 meeting of Preceptor Omega was held at the home of Bonnie Beaudoin. Thirteen members were pre- sent. Various communications from International were brought up by Carla Livingston and Jeanne Lee. Doramae Blakeman sent a letter asking for leave of absence for the coming year. Marcie Cliver reported our current balance. Bonnie Beau- doin reported on the City Coun- cil and the 3 chapter meeting. Jeanette Smith had tickets for us to buy or sell for the Xi Alpha Rho fashion show. Jeanette Smith reported on the post prom party to be held May 5. An executive meeting was held prior to the ing. The meeting was and the closing Jeanette Smith dell Collier to give a some visual aids on County Library. doin served dessert talk. The March 12 Preceptor Omega was Gerry Jansen's with bers present. Minutes were approved. Marcie the treasurer's report ported on the marathon Joyce Harmsen Jeanette and Gertrude on the Progressive held on April 9. The motion was moved to donate $25 State. Gertrude Connaily hostess gift. Marcie Cliver gave lent program on The meeting was closing ritual refreshments served hostess. An English highway the smallest undm the world--a tunnel foot wide which was structed to permit to get to the other the road. Simple as A B C Always Buy HELP WANTED The Casper district Census Bureau Office, U.S. Commerce, is seeking applicants for immediate Here's your chance to earn some cash and help community and your country, too, by working on the census. Temporary jobs lasting 2-8 weeks, will pay $5.00 plus mileage. 5-day pay training period. Take a and verify employment eligibility. Contact local Job Service office or the Census Casper office, 472-5700. The Census Bureau is an Opportunity Employer. Announcing * "s Happening" to celebrate the new of Jack & Jill Shop by Kay Pridgeon on TUESDAY, APRIL Stop in and see what's new for register for three $10 gift Jack Jill Shop Ph. 283-2943 * Coffee & Cookies will b FARM MACHINERY AMgTII00 40 miles southwest of Gillette, WY on 4-J (Hwy and 12 miles north of Hwy 387-Hwy 50 Junction. miles from Midwest. TUESDAY, APRIL 10 - 11 AM w/storm date of Tuesday, April 24 - call if in doubt. MACHIHER & gOIPENT 4020 JD TRACTOR w/XL cab & blower, wide front, 3- point w/power shift, good cond. - 2510 JD TRACTOR w/cab, 3-point, good cond., has EZEE-ON LOADER w/ GRAPPLE FORK - CASE 1470 4-wheel drive tractor w/cab & blower, 504 turbo, 2 sets hydraulics, 3000 hrs., '74 or '76 model - JD 8300 DRILL, 13' w/10" spacing, hyd. press wheel and double disc, like new - JD 4400 combine w/20" cut, add on air condition, has about 1246 hrs, has motor overhaul, gas - HESTON 300 14' self-propelled swather, good cond. - 865 Farmhand mixer feeder, all hyd. - 29' Case chisel plow, has Adams hard surface sweeps, good cond. - HESTON STACKMAKER, pull-type, w/all attachments -Swather head for Versatile 256, new - JD 12' offset disc - 12' Culti Packer - Walden 10' straight dozer that angles, mounted on 4020 JP, will offer both ways - Clipper grain cleaner and treater w/electric motor - power sprayer w/200 gal fiberglass tank w/booms on trailer - 5-wheel Pollard side delivery rake - set of Little Scotchman portable corrals w/loadlng chute - right hand wheel rake for pulling behind mower - JD #8 trail mower -old AC round baler w/conditioner, good cond. - 4-wheel Graventy 225 bu. grain wagon - 40' Speed King grain auger w/dr hopper, hyd. - JD Bat elevator -loader for 8N - Johnson calf table - IHC buckrake w/steel teeth JD side delivery rake on steel - Hastings large calf feeder - 1800 lb. grain or cake feed w/auger for pickup - several portable grain augers - bale loader - 3 1500 8U. COOP STEEL GRANARIES to moved good cond. - pickup stock rack - new & used tires - single animal livestock scale - 5 or 6 CS radios -25 & 50 bu. grain tanks for pickups - type tumble bu - misc. PICKUPS & TRAILERS 1978 GMC 4-wheel drive 3/4 ton w/gooseneck hitch, 62,000 miles, runs good - 1977 GMC 4/wheel drive 1/2 pickup, 95,000 miles, needs body work - 1969 GMC 1/2 ton 4-wheel drive, 86,000 miles w/camper i topper, power brakes, etc. - 20' flatbed gooseneCK trailer w/stock rack and machinery ramps - 16' gooseneck Dakota grain trailer w/combination grsifl and stock folddown box w/hoist - 16' Circle H gooseneck stock trailer, good cond. - 2 butane stock tank heaters - pickup wood stock rack - ************************************************* CTIOHEEt'S NOTE Nearly all of this been kept under shed and is in excellent and ready to go to the field. You'll like what see! Be there on time as there are very few items and much of the big machinery will sell before lunch. Luch b Savageton Homemakers. ************************************************* TERMS: CASH or merchantable check LARRY GILBERTZ, OWNER 307/939-1356 R,A, DiCK MADER & SONS, AUCTIONEERS Gillette, WY - 307/682-3882 call for Brochure clip thJ PAGE 2 THE SUNDANCE TIMES MARCH 29, 1990 THE SUNDANCE TIMES Continuing The Crook County News Publication #USPC 526-720 Second Class Postage Paid at Sundance, Wyoming 82729 Entered as Second Class Matter in the Post Office at Sundance, Wyoming 82729 Member National Newspaper Association The Sundance T,es is a legal newspaper for all publications Telephone: Area Code 307-283-3411 Published Every Thursday by THE SUNDANCE TIMES, INC. Howard Allen, Publisher Jim Allen, Office Manager Deanna Ericsson, Typesetter NOTE: If changing address, please include former address Also give zip code, box or street address. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Sundance Times, P.O. Box 400, Sundance, Wyoming 82729. SUBSCRIPTION RATES To P.O. Addresses in Wyoming and Butte, Lawrence and Carter Counties, $11.00 per yem-. To P.O. Addresses outside Wyoming, $12.50 per year. Minimum Subscription, 6 months - $7.50 POSTAL REGULATIONS REQUIRE THAT SUBSCRIPTIONS BE PAID IN ADVANCE DEADLINE: 5 P.M. MONDAY OF WEEK TO BE INSERTED WANT AD RATES: 15c per word each insertion to be paid in advance. MINIMUM CASH INSERTION $1.50 MINIMUM CHARGE INSERTION $2.50 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY per colamn inch $4.00 CARD OF THANKS $3.50 EXTRA LONG CARD OF THANKS $7.00 BLACK FACE READER ADV. per line 35c PUBLISHER'S NOTE: All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to advertise "any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or dis- crimination.' ' The newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. - School [Cont. from Page 1] contracts for the 1990-91 school year: Moorcroft Secondary & Ele-- mentary: Lester Bullock, Sandra Bul- lock, Bonnie Carmin, Joe Certain, Elva Castello, Richard Castello, Stephanie Goltz (M & HL Patricia Haglund, Richard Haglund, Scott Handley, Carolyn Holso, Gerald Albert- son, June Johnson. Jack Kueter, Mary McKillip, Anna Prentice,-Dale Idtba'sel, Julie Petersen, Ivan Welt, Carl Mirich, John Ferguson, Lark Durneil, Jerome Fischbach (M & H), Margo Gibson Mary Boo, Mary Farnsworth, Grace Williams. David Buus, Patricia Williams, Jeanne Threet, Steven Kiley, Betty Engstrom, Dalari Bentley-Stillmm, Shirley Westerhausen, Helen Farns- worth, Barbara Schneider, Marceline Cliver, Linda Lang, Patricia Kottraba, Linda Christensen {S & M), Betsy Mahoney (S & M & H), Linda Parsons. Hulett Elementary & Second- cry: Steven Bollenbach, Lynda Collins, Lisa Dutton, Mary Heinery, Gall Hodges (H & S), Jeanne Hibbard, Alice Ickes, Susan Jensen, Pauline Jolley, Cynthia Klinger, Rodney Knud- son, Friel Lynn, Joyce Mc- Clanahan. Jody McKee, Ila Miller, Laura Norton, Bonnie SiDe, Marilyn Stults, Beth White, Sharon Bollenbach, Thomas Collins, Gregory Gorman, John Konantz, Steve Norton, Ted Parsons, Danny Cosner, Robert DeRocher, Nadine Wolf. Rural: Connie Green, Beth Raber, Marian Schmidt, Mary Streeter, Willa Walker. District-Wide: Timothy Forget, Rose Jarvis, Ronette Kahler, David Watson. Sundance Elementary & Secondary: Robert Beaudoin, Connie Crosswait, Kathryn Eddy, Timothy Hoard, Richard Hub- bard, Barbara Janssen, Diane Johannessen, Adrian Johnson, Rita Johnson, Dwight Jundt, Todd Kahler, Melvin Miller, Bernie Schnorenberg. Walter Simons, Maxine Simons, Julie Cross, Randal Hennen, Particia Mischke, James O'Conner, Debra Ross, Jacqueline McInerney, Linda Peterson, Richard Pridgeon, Ilene Hooper. Maxine Ripley, Carol Farver, Waiter Quillian, Terry King, Elizabeth Kreuter, Josie Pearsnn, Janice Truchot, Doris Kohle, Carla Livingston, Loretta Tonak, Kay Mayer, Marlene Edwards. Note: Persons with assign- ments in several places listed only once on this list but recom- mended by all administrators involved. Not Recommended for Con- tract: Jannett Davis {because of eli- minating position.) Promotion board meets at Aladdin A meeting and luncheon of the Crook County Promotion Board will be held April 5 at 12:30 p.m. at the Aladdin Care and Hotel. Consideration of matching fund requests will be consider- ed at this meeting. Movie offering planned at church "Cry From the Mountain", a full-length feature movie pro- duced by the Billy Grai:am Evangelistic Outreach will e shown-Sunday, April 1, at 6200 p.m. in the Parish Hall of the Church of the Good Shepherd. The film reveals how people can learn to deal with the circum- stances that affect their lives and their relationships with each other. There is no charge for admis- sion, but a free-will offering will he taken for the Billy Graham evangelic work. The public is invited to attend. County airman receives award Air- Force Senior Airman Matthew S. Driskill, son of Jesse T. and Ellen Driskill, Devils Tower, Wyo., has been named outstanding mainten- ance technician of the year. Driskill is an electronic com- munications and cryptologic equipment systems specialist with the 2184th Communica- tions Squadron in West Germany. His wife, Brenda, is the daughter of James D. Clark of 1123 Main St., Sundance, Wy. and Dolly Keahey of 1230 W. Battlement, Mesa, Colo. He is a 1980 graduate of New Mexico Military Institute, Ros- well. The Snowflake Festival at Mailo Camp Friday and Saturday was a time of snow fun and other activities for these members of Sundance Junior Girl Scout Troop No. 989. In addition to cross-country skiing, the girls did crafts, designed their own patch for the event and made taffy. Shown left to right are: Front - Brandi Schulz, Jill Tschetter, Vicki Johnson and Alissa Fuhrmann. Back - Brittany lseminger, Lynn Peterson, Sue Fuhrmann, Kathy Johnson and Kenda Fuhrmunn. LETTERS Dear Editor, What more can I say .... Cecil Crago was right here in our midst for those seventy years and I guess I r,.member him for most of those years. He was our neighbor and iriend for as long as I can remember--perhaps sixth-nine years. And as has been mentioned in his obituary, he even helped us here on the ranch for some of those years. Other pertinent facts wer . also mentioned. I am writing to mention some of the other facts that were not mentioned. For instance, that Cecil, although never famous by the world's standards, lived among us and never attracted notoriety or wide attention. He wa. never arrested for immoral or illegal activity. He competed in school and in sports--and very successfully so. He served his country honorably and well in World War II and in Korea, for which we are grateful. And, as has been mentioned, he served our community in the same customary manner. Cecil was a devoted and faithful husband and father and justifiably proud of his family. He was a businessman among us for forty-one years. And Cecil did all of these things up until his death after having overcome handicaps not common to many of us. I write this eulo,y with no reservations -- what more can I say? Orville D. {Pete) Harper Dear Editor, I wish to thank Chris Wagner, a student at Sundance High School, for submitting an entry in the Wyoming State Council on Vocational Education pester contest. I also want to express appre- ciation to Mrs. Barb Janssen, the teacher who sponsored the entry. The council applauds their participation in projects designed to emphasize the importance of vocational programs to a well rounded education. Bob Tarantola, Chair WY SCOVE The Sundance Bigger-Faster-Stronger weight lifting clinic will be held here Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Sundance High School gymnasium. Participants must register in advance before being allowed to attend the clinic. Interested persons should contact the high school office to register and py fees. Clinic fees are $15 for adults and $10 for students. The clinic will be presented by Stefan Fernholm, a world class discus thrower, a native of Sweden who came to the United States on a track scholarship at BYU. He is currently training for the Olympics using the BFS athletic weight training program. Fernholm is 6'IV2" tall and weighs 270 lbs. He does full squats with 820 Ibs., cleans 440 Ibs., benches 500 Ibs., sprints a 4.3 second 40 yd. dash and has a 40-in. standing vertical jump and a 11'3" standing long jump. His best discus throw of 229 ft. is currently third in the world. Over two million Americans are 85 and over. iii00 ili i! These sixth grade students participated in the Northeast District Junior High Music Festival in Newcastle on March 10. They received the follow- ing ratings: front row, left to right, Missy Morgan, flute solo II; Rosaiee Waugh, clarinet solo I1+; Brandi Lundel], saxophone solo H and vocal duet H; Peggy Foster, flute solo I and vocal duet II. Middle row, left to right: Todd Chatfield, snare drum solo II + ; Wayne Pollat, snare drum solo I1; Wes Tschetter, trumpet solo 1; Jimmy Durfee, snare drum solo H+; Seal* Heeney, French horn solo I+; Nathan Horuor, trumpet solo II-; Clay Merchant, trombone solo HI; Kelly Weaver, baritone horn solo III. Back row, left to right: Crystal Materi, clarinet solo II; Jenny Pridgeon, clarinet solo I; Rande Merrit-Lampl, clarinet solo II+; Becky Leinen, flute solo 1 and vocal duet II; Kenda Fuhrmann, clarinet solo II; Kara Lill, clarinet solo II +; Keri Reinecke, flute solo II+ and Neci Steedley, saxophone solo II. C,0000ok County Nursi00 Home March 19-24, 1990 Monday we were glad to see Martha Nelson come back from the hospital, and better yet, to see how well she is getting along. We would like to thank Shirley Buckman for the bingo quarters; they are always use- ful. Also, thanks to Shirley for commg L_ and callmg bingo. Thanks goes out to the Senior Citizens Band for being so faithful to us, we can count on them most every Monday even- ing. We would like to thank Jesse and Fred Tschetter for all the neat things they donated to our games; they will be very useful. We received another box of stuff, which was donated to our games. They did not have any names on them. Thanks to whomever! We had resident council meeting in the morning; many things were cussed and discuss- ed, but we hope that we resolv- ed most of the problems. Bud Woods was named our "Resi- dent Of The Month", and I must say, he is most deserving. Bud is a very sensitive, sweet, caring man. CONGRATU- LATIONS, BUD!!!!!! Terry Buckman was in to give Bible study in the evening. We welcome you, Terry, with open arms. We would like to thank Gladys Fort for the shampoo that she donated to the activi- ties department for their games. Wednesday was a sad day as our Reta Duca passed away. Our prayers and thoughts are with the family. We had the Christian stu- dents in to visit and share hugs. The 8th graders were here in the afternoon and went around visiting and doing things for the residents. This is deeply re- warding to all. We missed Wilma Johner to help us with bingo. We hope that she is back with us soon. Thursday Freda went to the Senior Citizens to play pinochle. We hope that she had a good time. Gladys Fort and I were busy writing letters in the afternoon. Pastor Karnes was in for church services on Friday with Shirley Hamel and her lovely organ music. The two of you do a wonderful job. Thank you. We would all like to take this time to wisl Dor,G0se a speedy recovery, -. . ,,, We had Op.t; pinocl}le match in the aernoon.=l wase fun tne to play cards. Saturday, we were saddened by the news of one of our swing bed patients passing away. Floyd Brunson will be missed by all. Our prayers and thoughts are with the family. Judi Sipe, Activity Director P.S. We are needing coffee cans w/ lids for a fund raiser. Thanks. Senior Citizens Menu SUNDANCE Monday, April 2 Chicken noodle bake, mixed vegetables, fruit salad, biscuit, whipped topping. Tuesday, April 3 Pork & macaroni, green beans, banana/peaches in orange sauce, hot roll, oatmeal cookie. Wednesday, April 4 Salisbury steak, tater tots, lettuce/dressing, hot roll, sweet potato pie. Thursday, April 5 Oven fried chicken, mashed potatoes, green beans, cran- berry sauce, cornbread, peaches. Friday, April 6 Baked fish, purple plums, hot roll, orange whole wheat cake, orange frosting. MOORCROFT Sunday, April 1 Roast pork, mashed potatoes, mixed vegetables, applesauce, dinner roll, donut. Monday, April 2 Ham/beans, cornbread, tossed salad, dressing, fresh fruit. Tuesday, April 3 Chicken/dumplings, giblet gravy, mixed vegetables, fruit salad, pumpkin pie. Wednesday, April 4 Cabbage rolls, tomato sauce, cottage cheese, peaches, risin muffin, applesauce. Thursday, April 5 Roast beef, mashed potatoes, green beans, carrot/cabbage slaw, hot roll, peach pie. Friday, April 6 Fish, augratin potatoes, peas, bread, carrot/raisin salad, orange. Times Classified Ads Save Time, Money, Effort Local realtors attend institute Six members of the North- east Wyoming Board of Real- tors attended the Wyoming Graduate Realtor Institute held in Casper March 6 through 10. Members attending were: Lynda Bickford, Betty Hapton- stall, William Haptonstall, Rose Zella Proctor, Francie Rossman and Norval Waller. The Institute, accredited by the National Association of Realtors, promotes profession- alism through education. Courses included principles of financing, personal and profes- sional development, and ethics. The courses are offered at three levels and, upon comple- tion, lead to the G.R.I. desig- nation. Two hundred six students and alumni attended this year's sessions, taught by nationally certified instructors and profes- sionals in their respective fields. Preceptor Omega members meet The February 26 meeting of Preceptor Omega was held at the home of Bonnie Beaudoin. Thirteen members were pre- sent. Various communications from International were brought up by Carla Livingston and Jeanne Lee. Doramae Blakeman sent a letter asking for leave of absence for the coming year. Marcie Cliver reported our current balance. Bonnie Beau- doin reported on the City Coun- cil and the 3 chapter meeting. Jeanette Smith had tickets for us to buy or sell for the Xi Alpha Rho fashion show. Jeanette Smith reported on the post prom party to be held May 5. An executive meeting was held prior to the ing. The meeting was and the closing Jeanette Smith dell Collier to give a some visual aids on County Library. doin served dessert talk. The March 12 Preceptor Omega was Gerry Jansen's with bers present. Minutes were approved. Marcie the treasurer's report ported on the marathon Joyce Harmsen Jeanette and Gertrude on the Progressive held on April 9. The motion was moved to donate $25 State. Gertrude Connaily hostess gift. Marcie Cliver gave lent program on The meeting was closing ritual refreshments served hostess. An English highway the smallest undm the world--a tunnel foot wide which was structed to permit to get to the other the road. Simple as A B C Always Buy HELP WANTED The Casper district Census Bureau Office, U.S. Commerce, is seeking applicants for immediate Here's your chance to earn some cash and help community and your country, too, by working on the census. Temporary jobs lasting 2-8 weeks, will pay $5.00 plus mileage. 5-day pay training period. Take a and verify employment eligibility. Contact local Job Service office or the Census Casper office, 472-5700. The Census Bureau is an Opportunity Employer. Announcing * "s Happening" to celebrate the new of Jack & Jill Shop by Kay Pridgeon on TUESDAY, APRIL Stop in and see what's new for register for three $10 gift Jack Jill Shop Ph. 283-2943 * Coffee & Cookies will b FARM MACHINERY AMgTII00 40 miles southwest of Gillette, WY on 4-J (Hwy and 12 miles north of Hwy 387-Hwy 50 Junction. miles from Midwest. TUESDAY, APRIL 10 - 11 AM w/storm date of Tuesday, April 24 - call if in doubt. MACHIHER & gOIPENT 4020 JD TRACTOR w/XL cab & blower, wide front, 3- point w/power shift, good cond. - 2510 JD TRACTOR w/cab, 3-point, good cond., has EZEE-ON LOADER w/ GRAPPLE FORK - CASE 1470 4-wheel drive tractor w/cab & blower, 504 turbo, 2 sets hydraulics, 3000 hrs., '74 or '76 model - JD 8300 DRILL, 13' w/10" spacing, hyd. press wheel and double disc, like new - JD 4400 combine w/20" cut, add on air condition, has about 1246 hrs, has motor overhaul, gas - HESTON 300 14' self-propelled swather, good cond. - 865 Farmhand mixer feeder, all hyd. - 29' Case chisel plow, has Adams hard surface sweeps, good cond. - HESTON STACKMAKER, pull-type, w/all attachments -Swather head for Versatile 256, new - JD 12' offset disc - 12' Culti Packer - Walden 10' straight dozer that angles, mounted on 4020 JP, will offer both ways - Clipper grain cleaner and treater w/electric motor - power sprayer w/200 gal fiberglass tank w/booms on trailer - 5-wheel Pollard side delivery rake - set of Little Scotchman portable corrals w/loadlng chute - right hand wheel rake for pulling behind mower - JD #8 trail mower -old AC round baler w/conditioner, good cond. - 4-wheel Graventy 225 bu. grain wagon - 40' Speed King grain auger w/dr hopper, hyd. - JD Bat elevator -loader for 8N - Johnson calf table - IHC buckrake w/steel teeth JD side delivery rake on steel - Hastings large calf feeder - 1800 lb. grain or cake feed w/auger for pickup - several portable grain augers - bale loader - 3 1500 8U. COOP STEEL GRANARIES to moved good cond. - pickup stock rack - new & used tires - single animal livestock scale - 5 or 6 CS radios -25 & 50 bu. grain tanks for pickups - type tumble bu - misc. PICKUPS & TRAILERS 1978 GMC 4-wheel drive 3/4 ton w/gooseneck hitch, 62,000 miles, runs good - 1977 GMC 4/wheel drive 1/2 pickup, 95,000 miles, needs body work - 1969 GMC 1/2 ton 4-wheel drive, 86,000 miles w/camper i topper, power brakes, etc. - 20' flatbed gooseneCK trailer w/stock rack and machinery ramps - 16' gooseneck Dakota grain trailer w/combination grsifl and stock folddown box w/hoist - 16' Circle H gooseneck stock trailer, good cond. - 2 butane stock tank heaters - pickup wood stock rack - ************************************************* CTIOHEEt'S NOTE Nearly all of this been kept under shed and is in excellent and ready to go to the field. You'll like what see! Be there on time as there are very few items and much of the big machinery will sell before lunch. Luch b Savageton Homemakers. ************************************************* TERMS: CASH or merchantable check LARRY GILBERTZ, OWNER 307/939-1356 R,A, DiCK MADER & SONS, AUCTIONEERS Gillette, WY - 307/682-3882 call for Brochure clip thJ