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PAGE 8 THE SUNDANCE TIMES MARCH 29, 1990 G&F plans meetings in Hulett Sundance Hunting seasons for big and trophy game animals and pro- posed changes in boating and watercraft regulations will feature public meetings in Sun- dance and Hulett next month. The Hulett meeting, to be sponsored by the Wyoming Game and Fish Dept. and Hulett area Young Farmers and Ranchers group, will be held April 2 in the Hulett school cafeteria starting at 7 p.m. Wyoming Game and Fish Dept. personnel will present the meeting in Sundance at 7 p.m. April 5 in the county court- house. The public is invited to attend and take part in the meetings. History competition at Moorcroft Students and educators will be coming to Moorcroft March 30 to compete in the National History Competition. The theme for this year's national competition is "Science and Technology in History." Students in grades six through twelve can partici- pate in the contest which begins with the district level competi- tion held on March 30 in Moor- croft, the state competition May 14 and culminates with nationals held on the campus of the University of Maryland in June. The contest is based on a series of activities that are designed to help students learn more about history by using the content and methods of the social studies, language, liter- ature and the arts. Students make history come alive as their research leads to imaginative projects, original performances, media presentations and papers. Research may lead stu- dents into such areas as oral interviews, newspaper or manu- script collections, family letters and photographs, or historical sites. The student's entries are judged by historians, educators and other experienced profes- sionals in related fields. At each level students have the oppor- tunity to meet and exchange ideas. The theme, "Science and Tt.hnology in History", gives parCcipants an opportunity to select a topic on any aspect of the theme whether it relates locally, regionally, nationally or to world history. Judges will examine not only the student's research skills vnd creative pre- sentations, but their under- standing of their topic's histori- cal significance as well. Awards are presented at all levels of the competition held in Wyoming, with the most impor- tant prize being iLtangible ones, according to the state I I NORTHERN HILLS CINEMA 1-90 & ilighway 85 Ph. 642-4212 Spearfish 1 7:00, 9:30 Sun. 5:00 7:30 Only II ,I I 2 Starts Fri. 7:00, 9:00 ,un. 5:00 1:00.9:00 ,., 3 7:15-9:15 S,,. 5:G 7:15-9:15 Slarts Fri. 7:15-9:15 Sun. 5:06 7:15-9:15 II iEmlilm 18 ,! coordinators. They said, "Stu- dents gain new knowledge acquired through personal effort and are also recognized through certificates, medals, trophies, monetary awards and special prizes. The public is welcome to attend and view the wide var- iety of historicel projects. Special programs will be occur- ing throughout the day. Regis- tration will begin at 12:00 noon at Moorcroft High School, with competition beginning at 1:00 p.m. Special Presentations will be given throughout the day for everyone to enjoy. At 2:00 p.m. Timber Jack Joe, a living mountain man, will present his view of the Rocky Mountains and relay entertaining adven- tures to all in attendance. Beginning at 3:30, a special presentation will be given on the Montana Centennial Cattle Drive, now nationally renown. A film entitled "The Hunters of Wyoming" will be shown at 4:30 and the culminating event will be a presentation by Mabel Brown at 6:00 p.m. on Wyom- ing's First Ladies. Bad news, it is said, comes in twos. Pain and suffering. ttunger and thirst. Fear and trembling. Parts and labor. One thing about being married, your mistakes never go unnoticed. i| ,.,i |l /Civil W;r ' l)h.r,i , /edbuse ,. /1 Thero is 7) ll]i nogoo L ?. '::? ;: Jeanne Hibbard is our new sixth grade teacher at the Hulett School. She was born in Hot Springs, South Dakota, but calls Sundance her home town. She is a graduate of Sundance High School. She then attended Creighton University at Omaha, Nebraska, earning her Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education in 1986. She was then employed with the Omaha Public Schools from 1986-89. Commenting on education she said, "! feel education is the foundation for a successful future. A career in teaching allows me the opportunity to share my love for learning with children. Employment with the Crook County School District will give me the opportunity to grow in the field of education. Miss Hibbard makes her home at Hulett. The longest speech on re- cord in the U.S. Senate was given by Sen. Huey Long in 1935. The speech lasted 15% hours. It filled 100 pages in the Congres- sional Record, and cost the government $5.000 to . Range Riders 4-H Club holds meeting The Range Riders 4-H Club members in Hulett met recently to recognize Chris Sherrard for her support in their aluminum can project. By saving cans in 1986, the club began raising money to contribute to the Statute of Liberty restoration. At that time to the present, Chris Sherrard, owner and operator of the "People Place," donated an area behind her shop for an aluminum can bin. The Range Pers expressed their appreciatiorrlypresenting a plaque to Chris for all her years of support. OBITUARIES Gareta "Reta" Duca Funeral services for Gareta "Reta" Dues, 84, Sundance, were held Saturday, March 24, at 1:30 p.m. at the United Methodist Church in Sundance with Rev. Lowell Karnes offici- ating. Burial was in the Greenwood Cemetery at Upton, Wyoming under the direction of the Fidler-Roberts Northeastern Wyoming Funeral Chapel of Sundance. A memorial has been established for the Crook County Nursing Home at Sun- dance, Wyoming. Mrs. Duca died at Crook County Nursing Home on Wed- nesday evening, March 21, after a lengthy illness. Helen Gareta "Reta" Duca was born on March 15, 1906 in Coles County, Illinois, Lhe daughter of William Allen and Emma Catherine (Reese) Ethington. She was married to Arthur Duca in Wisconsin on Novem- ber 1, 1923. They moved from Niagara, Wisconsin to Rapid City, South Dakota in 1929 and then to northeastern Wyoming in 1933 where they resided in various communities. Mr. Duca passed away on October 22, 1967. Reta moved to the Crook County Nursing Home in Sundance on April 1, 1988 from Douglas, Wyoming. She was a homemaker devoted to her family. Survivors include her two daughters: Betty Jean Durfee, Sundance; and Kathy Currey, Douglas, Wyo.; three sons: Jack, Upton, Wyoming; Arnold, Sundance; and Wayne, Tarring- ton, Wyo. ; 16 grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren, 3 great- great grandchildren; and a sister Aline Waterman, Iron Mountain, Michigan; and numerous nieces and nephews. Besides her parents and her husband Arthur, she was pre- ceded in death by four brothers, two sisters, two grandsons and two great grandchildren. Floyd Nelson Brunson Funeral services for Floyd Nelson Brunson, 81, Sundance, were held Wednesday, March 28, at 2:00 p.m. at the United Methodist Church in Sundance, Wyoming. The Rev. Lowell Karnes officiated at the services and SERMON SERIES: "GRACE IS NOT A BLUE-EYED BLONDE." Sunday, April 8 - 11 A.M. "MY GRACE IS SUFFICIENT FOR YOU" First Baptist Church 10th & Cleveland Sundance BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD REPRESENTATIVE IN Vicky Vineyard SUNDANCE Gary Stevenson Individual and Group Health Insurance Plans Tailored to Your Needs When it comes to health insurance, you will be surprised to find that you can get quality benefits even if you don't work for a large company. In fact, your local, hometown agent can help you explore a variety of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Wyoming plans that can be tailored to your individual needs. Your authorized representative in Sundance is: Vlcky Vineyard Security Insurance Agency, Inc. 309 Main Sundance 283-1182 Your Blue Cross and Blue Shield district manager for Crook and Weston Counties is: Gary Stevenson 311 Gillette Avenue Gillette 682-5001 Bue  burial was in the Rosehill Ceme- tery a: Spearfish, South Dakota under the direction of the Fidler-Roberts Northeastern Wyoming Funeral Chapel of Sundance. Memorials have been estab- lished for the Crook County Memorial Hospital and the United Methodist Church, both of Sundance. Brunson died at Crook County Memorial Hospital in Sundance on Saturday, March 24. Floyd Nelson Brunson was born fi May 13, 1908 near Kimball, South Dakota, the son of Levi Nelson and Elta Amelia {Smith} Brunson. He attended schools in the Kimball area and moved to the Black Hills area in 1927. He worked at various jobs in South Dakota before moving to northeastern Wyoming where he worked for the W.P.A., building roads with a team and a fresno. Some of the bridges are still being used today. On April 20, 1929 he was married to the former Florence Mae Crago in Sundance. daughters: Mrs. E lds Training and working with Rogers, Sundance; a horses was a favorite and Charles {Shirley} Cu specialty of his during employ- Devils Tower; | ment on ranches in Crook Donald Brunson, County. He worked for the Lyle and Roger county road and bridge crew as of Sundance; three an equipment operator until his Vera Artz, Rialto, retirement in the late 1970s. He Mrs. Virginia spent many enjoyable hours Oregon and Mrs. training and driving his team of Molalla, Oregon; hennies, a unique cousin to a brothers: Russell mule, of which he was very Onge, S.D., proud. For ma]Jy years he drove Paul. Oregon, his team in parades and enjoyed Indianapolis, Ind.; 12 giving children hay rides, children, 16 great Floyd was an active member ren, numerous of the Sundance Senior Citizens nephews. Besides his Center, serving on he board of he was preceded directors many years and also wife Florence on active in the Sundance United 1989, and a brothers. Methoclist Church where he sang in the church choir and served o. various committees People blame fate and boards, accidents, but they Many ejoyable hours were ally responsible spent working in his yard and make a hole-in-one. garden with his wife Florence of 60 years. Other hobhies includ- SELL IT FAST ed music, bowling, hunting and In Classifieds family activities. 283-3411 Survivors include his two NOTIC Crook County School District is accepting applications for the following positions: Central Office Administrator ............................ Distric Combination position as Director of Special Education wit either Director of Curriculum or Director of Federal Project.' Salary range $38,000 - $45,225. Special Education Teacher ........................................ Hub Elementary Teacher ........................... Moorcroft El, Elementary Teacher ........................... i Sundance Elementar Elementary Teacher ......................... Homestake Rural Sch Combination English/Language Arts ....... Moorcroft Second With possible athletic coaching. Combination Social Studies with one of ...... Sundance the following: Science, Math, PE, or Drivers Ed and possible athletic coacl" ing. Applicants for all of the above positions should send a letter of application, placement file and transcript[s] to: Crook County School District, P.O. Box Sundance, WY 82729. Closing date for all above positions is May 1, 1990. Publish: March 29, 1990 CLAIROL Clairesse Vitapointe Kindness Assorted Formulas HairdresslConditioner Conditioning 429 001001.75 Oz. Tube Settin SpraY7.5 oz09 BARNES HIND Enzyme Plus Cleaner The mulfi-i(m mzyme de, Butler @D PROXABRUSH IN] F4OFN  AL BRUSH Toothbrush r-way NASAL SPRAY Reg. Or Menthol 1 Oz. 4 9 Refill 3 Pk. 89 Tray-I, Cylindrical Ta Or Or Tapered i 1 1Thin 1 19 Plastic Applicator 1 39 Born Blonde B Lightener Kit Silk & Ultra D( 4 Oz. FIBERALL POWDER Natural Or 599 Orange 10 Oz. Specials Good 3-28-90 Thru 4-3-90 6 2L Clairol" =e ond,t,on Beauty Pack- Reg. Or Extra Formula Jar Tube Jar 1 Oz. 2 Oz. 4 Oz. 1 19 2S s DexA FOOD CENTER "'Family Owned Supermarkets for aver 75 years." We Reserve The Ri To Limit A Poud Food S of the W PAGE 8 THE SUNDANCE TIMES MARCH 29, 1990 G&F plans meetings in Hulett Sundance Hunting seasons for big and trophy game animals and pro- posed changes in boating and watercraft regulations will feature public meetings in Sun- dance and Hulett next month. The Hulett meeting, to be sponsored by the Wyoming Game and Fish Dept. and Hulett area Young Farmers and Ranchers group, will be held April 2 in the Hulett school cafeteria starting at 7 p.m. Wyoming Game and Fish Dept. personnel will present the meeting in Sundance at 7 p.m. April 5 in the county court- house. The public is invited to attend and take part in the meetings. History competition at Moorcroft Students and educators will be coming to Moorcroft March 30 to compete in the National History Competition. The theme for this year's national competition is "Science and Technology in History." Students in grades six through twelve can partici- pate in the contest which begins with the district level competi- tion held on March 30 in Moor- croft, the state competition May 14 and culminates with nationals held on the campus of the University of Maryland in June. The contest is based on a series of activities that are designed to help students learn more about history by using the content and methods of the social studies, language, liter- ature and the arts. Students make history come alive as their research leads to imaginative projects, original performances, media presentations and papers. Research may lead stu- dents into such areas as oral interviews, newspaper or manu- script collections, family letters and photographs, or historical sites. The student's entries are judged by historians, educators and other experienced profes- sionals in related fields. At each level students have the oppor- tunity to meet and exchange ideas. The theme, "Science and Tt.hnology in History", gives parCcipants an opportunity to select a topic on any aspect of the theme whether it relates locally, regionally, nationally or to world history. Judges will examine not only the student's research skills vnd creative pre- sentations, but their under- standing of their topic's histori- cal significance as well. Awards are presented at all levels of the competition held in Wyoming, with the most impor- tant prize being iLtangible ones, according to the state I I NORTHERN HILLS CINEMA 1-90 & ilighway 85 Ph. 642-4212 Spearfish 1 7:00, 9:30 Sun. 5:00 7:30 Only II ,I I 2 Starts Fri. 7:00, 9:00 ,un. 5:00 1:00.9:00 ,., 3 7:15-9:15 S,,. 5:G 7:15-9:15 Slarts Fri. 7:15-9:15 Sun. 5:06 7:15-9:15 II iEmlilm 18 ,! coordinators. They said, "Stu- dents gain new knowledge acquired through personal effort and are also recognized through certificates, medals, trophies, monetary awards and special prizes. The public is welcome to attend and view the wide var- iety of historicel projects. Special programs will be occur- ing throughout the day. Regis- tration will begin at 12:00 noon at Moorcroft High School, with competition beginning at 1:00 p.m. Special Presentations will be given throughout the day for everyone to enjoy. At 2:00 p.m. Timber Jack Joe, a living mountain man, will present his view of the Rocky Mountains and relay entertaining adven- tures to all in attendance. Beginning at 3:30, a special presentation will be given on the Montana Centennial Cattle Drive, now nationally renown. A film entitled "The Hunters of Wyoming" will be shown at 4:30 and the culminating event will be a presentation by Mabel Brown at 6:00 p.m. on Wyom- ing's First Ladies. Bad news, it is said, comes in twos. Pain and suffering. ttunger and thirst. Fear and trembling. Parts and labor. One thing about being married, your mistakes never go unnoticed. i| ,.,i |l /Civil W;r ' l)h.r,i , /edbuse ,. /1 Thero is 7) ll]i nogoo L ?. '::? ;: Jeanne Hibbard is our new sixth grade teacher at the Hulett School. She was born in Hot Springs, South Dakota, but calls Sundance her home town. She is a graduate of Sundance High School. She then attended Creighton University at Omaha, Nebraska, earning her Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education in 1986. She was then employed with the Omaha Public Schools from 1986-89. Commenting on education she said, "! feel education is the foundation for a successful future. A career in teaching allows me the opportunity to share my love for learning with children. Employment with the Crook County School District will give me the opportunity to grow in the field of education. Miss Hibbard makes her home at Hulett. The longest speech on re- cord in the U.S. Senate was given by Sen. Huey Long in 1935. The speech lasted 15% hours. It filled 100 pages in the Congres- sional Record, and cost the government $5.000 to . Range Riders 4-H Club holds meeting The Range Riders 4-H Club members in Hulett met recently to recognize Chris Sherrard for her support in their aluminum can project. By saving cans in 1986, the club began raising money to contribute to the Statute of Liberty restoration. At that time to the present, Chris Sherrard, owner and operator of the "People Place," donated an area behind her shop for an aluminum can bin. The Range Pers expressed their appreciatiorrlypresenting a plaque to Chris for all her years of support. OBITUARIES Gareta "Reta" Duca Funeral services for Gareta "Reta" Dues, 84, Sundance, were held Saturday, March 24, at 1:30 p.m. at the United Methodist Church in Sundance with Rev. Lowell Karnes offici- ating. Burial was in the Greenwood Cemetery at Upton, Wyoming under the direction of the Fidler-Roberts Northeastern Wyoming Funeral Chapel of Sundance. A memorial has been established for the Crook County Nursing Home at Sun- dance, Wyoming. Mrs. Duca died at Crook County Nursing Home on Wed- nesday evening, March 21, after a lengthy illness. Helen Gareta "Reta" Duca was born on March 15, 1906 in Coles County, Illinois, Lhe daughter of William Allen and Emma Catherine (Reese) Ethington. She was married to Arthur Duca in Wisconsin on Novem- ber 1, 1923. They moved from Niagara, Wisconsin to Rapid City, South Dakota in 1929 and then to northeastern Wyoming in 1933 where they resided in various communities. Mr. Duca passed away on October 22, 1967. Reta moved to the Crook County Nursing Home in Sundance on April 1, 1988 from Douglas, Wyoming. She was a homemaker devoted to her family. Survivors include her two daughters: Betty Jean Durfee, Sundance; and Kathy Currey, Douglas, Wyo.; three sons: Jack, Upton, Wyoming; Arnold, Sundance; and Wayne, Tarring- ton, Wyo. ; 16 grandchildren, 28 great-grandchildren, 3 great- great grandchildren; and a sister Aline Waterman, Iron Mountain, Michigan; and numerous nieces and nephews. Besides her parents and her husband Arthur, she was pre- ceded in death by four brothers, two sisters, two grandsons and two great grandchildren. Floyd Nelson Brunson Funeral services for Floyd Nelson Brunson, 81, Sundance, were held Wednesday, March 28, at 2:00 p.m. at the United Methodist Church in Sundance, Wyoming. The Rev. Lowell Karnes officiated at the services and SERMON SERIES: "GRACE IS NOT A BLUE-EYED BLONDE." Sunday, April 8 - 11 A.M. "MY GRACE IS SUFFICIENT FOR YOU" First Baptist Church 10th & Cleveland Sundance BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD REPRESENTATIVE IN Vicky Vineyard SUNDANCE Gary Stevenson Individual and Group Health Insurance Plans Tailored to Your Needs When it comes to health insurance, you will be surprised to find that you can get quality benefits even if you don't work for a large company. In fact, your local, hometown agent can help you explore a variety of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Wyoming plans that can be tailored to your individual needs. Your authorized representative in Sundance is: Vlcky Vineyard Security Insurance Agency, Inc. 309 Main Sundance 283-1182 Your Blue Cross and Blue Shield district manager for Crook and Weston Counties is: Gary Stevenson 311 Gillette Avenue Gillette 682-5001 Bue  burial was in the Rosehill Ceme- tery a: Spearfish, South Dakota under the direction of the Fidler-Roberts Northeastern Wyoming Funeral Chapel of Sundance. Memorials have been estab- lished for the Crook County Memorial Hospital and the United Methodist Church, both of Sundance. Brunson died at Crook County Memorial Hospital in Sundance on Saturday, March 24. Floyd Nelson Brunson was born fi May 13, 1908 near Kimball, South Dakota, the son of Levi Nelson and Elta Amelia {Smith} Brunson. He attended schools in the Kimball area and moved to the Black Hills area in 1927. He worked at various jobs in South Dakota before moving to northeastern Wyoming where he worked for the W.P.A., building roads with a team and a fresno. Some of the bridges are still being used today. On April 20, 1929 he was married to the former Florence Mae Crago in Sundance. daughters: Mrs. E lds Training and working with Rogers, Sundance; a horses was a favorite and Charles {Shirley} Cu specialty of his during employ- Devils Tower; | ment on ranches in Crook Donald Brunson, County. He worked for the Lyle and Roger county road and bridge crew as of Sundance; three an equipment operator until his Vera Artz, Rialto, retirement in the late 1970s. He Mrs. Virginia spent many enjoyable hours Oregon and Mrs. training and driving his team of Molalla, Oregon; hennies, a unique cousin to a brothers: Russell mule, of which he was very Onge, S.D., proud. For ma]Jy years he drove Paul. Oregon, his team in parades and enjoyed Indianapolis, Ind.; 12 giving children hay rides, children, 16 great Floyd was an active member ren, numerous of the Sundance Senior Citizens nephews. Besides his Center, serving on he board of he was preceded directors many years and also wife Florence on active in the Sundance United 1989, and a brothers. Methoclist Church where he sang in the church choir and served o. various committees People blame fate and boards, accidents, but they Many ejoyable hours were ally responsible spent working in his yard and make a hole-in-one. garden with his wife Florence of 60 years. Other hobhies includ- SELL IT FAST ed music, bowling, hunting and In Classifieds family activities. 283-3411 Survivors include his two NOTIC Crook County School District is accepting applications for the following positions: Central Office Administrator ............................ Distric Combination position as Director of Special Education wit either Director of Curriculum or Director of Federal Project.' Salary range $38,000 - $45,225. Special Education Teacher ........................................ Hub Elementary Teacher ........................... Moorcroft El, Elementary Teacher ........................... i Sundance Elementar Elementary Teacher ......................... Homestake Rural Sch Combination English/Language Arts ....... Moorcroft Second With possible athletic coaching. Combination Social Studies with one of ...... Sundance the following: Science, Math, PE, or Drivers Ed and possible athletic coacl" ing. Applicants for all of the above positions should send a letter of application, placement file and transcript[s] to: Crook County School District, P.O. Box Sundance, WY 82729. Closing date for all above positions is May 1, 1990. Publish: March 29, 1990 CLAIROL Clairesse Vitapointe Kindness Assorted Formulas HairdresslConditioner Conditioning 429 001001.75 Oz. Tube Settin SpraY7.5 oz09 BARNES HIND Enzyme Plus Cleaner The mulfi-i(m mzyme de, Butler @D PROXABRUSH IN] F4OFN  AL BRUSH Toothbrush r-way NASAL SPRAY Reg. Or Menthol 1 Oz. 4 9 Refill 3 Pk. 89 Tray-I, Cylindrical Ta Or Or Tapered i 1 1Thin 1 19 Plastic Applicator 1 39 Born Blonde B Lightener Kit Silk & Ultra D( 4 Oz. FIBERALL POWDER Natural Or 599 Orange 10 Oz. Specials Good 3-28-90 Thru 4-3-90 6 2L Clairol" =e ond,t,on Beauty Pack- Reg. Or Extra Formula Jar Tube Jar 1 Oz. 2 Oz. 4 Oz. 1 19 2S s DexA FOOD CENTER "'Family Owned Supermarkets for aver 75 years." We Reserve The Ri To Limit A Poud Food S of the W