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April 22. ]999 "H/HERE THE KID GOT t-I/S NAME" The Sundance Times This Week At Your Library By:Jill Mackey i) ~ j ~Istant Webelo leaders, Sheri Gose and Mike Idler, and Webelo leader, Diane , left to right: proudly displaying their scarves, lide handbooks, red shoulder beaded necklace, and arrow of light awards; Paul Johannesen, Steven Gray, ~. Front row, left to right: Brennon Blakely, Joe Taylor, and Jordan Gose. LOCAL CUB from Cub Scouts during a"Crosslng ceremony, April 7. Cub Scouts were With their Arrow of (arrow and tanned by Joe Baron, Cub When presenting 'The ~relating to the awards son of Vickie and Brennon Blakley, and Mathew D. son of Shari Gose; Steven Gray, Bob Gray; Josh and Mike Johannesen, son of I and Ed and Joe Taylor, son and Mark Lan- badges for sell- $10 worth of candy ~at sticks and corn- They will a percentage of the them with Scout son of Diane arid Ed Johannesen, seven candles rep- Seven Great Vir- courage, , Justice, faith, hope, the Cub :they have about one their badge the deadline. Shari Gose re- to cert/flcates for their the leaders through- Webelo Den giR certlfi- Cake in her honor for Years of service with and friends were r and be involved Additional were the District staff: Jim Watson, ~cUtive. Spearfish, 13 years in scout- District Commis- 9 years; and SCOUTS GRADUATE Sara Miles, District Training lot of work--we really appreciate Chairperson, Spearfish, 13 years it, said Master Baron. as an adult leader and 21 years Diane Joharmesen tearfully and as a Girl ScouL happily accepted the hugs and Tom Jennings, past Scout Mas- words of appreciation. "I've been ter, Troop 62, extended a hand- involved with Scouts for seven shake welcoming the boys as they years; I started when Carl was a crossed the bridge to Boy Scouts. Tiger so I've actually followed my Jennings had this comment for boys through the llne. I want to the new Scouts, '%Ve will have a thank all the leaders involved in lot of camping and hiking and fun the ceremony and I also want to but at the same time the people el thank Tami Baron for being there the community will expect you to as the assistant Cub Master." set a good example. Remember Boys interested in Joining Cub what you learned In Cub Scouts." and Boy Scou~, ages 6- I 0 (grades Tom Jennings stepped in for one through six may contactTami Scout Master Preston Mitchell. and Joe Baron, 283-2163. Boys Mitchell was unable to attend interested that are ages 11-17 due to a serious broken leg. (grades six and up) contact '~k'e would all like to thank DI- Preston Mitchell, 283-2278 or ane. It's been interesting and a Diane Johannesen. 283-1043. Tl-lanks to all of you who stopped In for our Friends of the Library Open House/Luncheon last Fri- day--as always, the food was ex- cellent and the company was great Thanks especially to our Friends of the Library group for all their hard work and support- -you're a treasure we wouldn't be able to exist withoutt New Fiction Keep The Wind In Your Face, a western by John D. Nesbltt. Small-tlme blg-game-hunting guide Del Watters didn't care much for the lawyer from Omaha, but he should have smelled trouble earlier than he did. Ashes to Ashes, by Tami Hoag. FBI agent Kate Conlan is con- fronted with the most difficult role of her career--she is the one woman who has what it takes to stop the Cremator...and the one woman he wants next. Where The Heart Is, an Oprah's Book Club selection by Billie Letts. Novalee Nation has always been unlucky with sevens. She's 17, 7 months pregnant, 37 pounds overweight--and now she finds herself stranded at a Walmart in Sequoyah, OK, holding just $7.77 in change. New Nonfiction Slouching Toward Gomorrah: Modem Liberalism and American Decline, by Robert H. Bork. One of our nation's most distinguished conservative scholars offers an unprecedented view of a culture in decline, a nation in such seri- ous moral trouble that its very foundation is crumbling. Children's Section Bones, Bones, Dinosaur Bones, by Byron Barton, A cast of char- acters looks for, finds, and as- sembles some dinosaur bones. Ulaq And The Northern L/ghts, by Harriet Peck Taylor. A curious young fox hears different expla- nations for the northern lights from the various animals he en- counters. Mouse Practice, by Emily Arnold McCully. How's a little guy who loves baseball supposed to get good enough to play with the big kids, when his parent know even less about the game than he does?! Go In And Out The Window: A~ Illustrated Songbook For YOUrL9 People, commentary by Claude Marks, music arranged by Dan Fox. Sixty-one classic childhood songs are imaginatively coupled with treasures from The Metro- politan Museum of Art Library Program MOHTER GOOSE STORYHME, Tuesdays, I l:00a.m.-I l:30a.m. Stories & fingerplays for pre- schoolers. Jordan Gose received congratulations from Tom Jennings as he crowed the bridge into Boy Scouts. 283-3400 Alwll 8, 1909 Tam Standing Fuller Con.st 73 1/2 34 1/2 BarF 6O 48 WmdCrkFds 57 1/2 5O i/2 Cars Bait Shop 56 1/2 51 1/2 Joe's Food Cntr 53 55 Tower Lanes 49 59 A.D.I. Ins. 47 1/2 60 1/2 Pinnacle Bank 37 71 Marcl Allison 592 Arley Maynard 583 Cheryl Trigg 560 High Gun= Marsha Huckins 223 Cheryl Trlgg 221 Adey Maynard 211 4,$,,#t#ttt4,tt4''#ttt#t#t#t#tttt#'ttt#ttttt#tttttttt~ Fruit Yogurt Shake . " ESTATE AUCTION Friday, April 23 - 10 AM '~~/ rry. Mixed Berry. Raspberry ; '~" and to Hd ht Road Turn soum ano go z ~ m,es watch ~or s~gns Turn east on areene Road go '~g , . , . Only $1.7 5 -_ ,uc s. ,,, : 1993 Dodge 4wd pickup" 1986 Ford pickup w/flatbed * 1980 Ford 4wd pickup, ~. no- - ipped" 1973 Ford F600 truck w/16' box, propane.equipped * 1969 props equ . . , 9 ho st 30 000 actua mdes Carrier King HD 20 tandem ~, Chewolet truck w/16' box, , '*'axle trailer 1988 WW gooseneck 24' tandem axle stock trailer * 2 single-axle flalbed .~ , 4, ,~ trailers '~ "~'AWLER * TRACTORS * HAY & FENCING EQUIPMENT ,~ '0" t..,,rt . . ~ 4~, JD 750 E Crawler w/straight dozer blade, good cond (starting b~d: $16,500) 2 JD ~, 3020 Tractors wAoadsrs" IHC Turbo 1456 Tractor * IHC Fermall 560 Diesel Tractor i ~* '" ank'MF14' d tooth ' JD16' tandem disk, * H~ton .1014 IHC 16 vibrash sp ng , . : Hydro-Swing * IHC 241 PTO Baler * Versatile Swather w/20 hd Vermeer 605C . 4, , h~l~r * C.Jum 3 ot 4 bottom plow * Tebben Rotary Mower * Lincoln 225 AC/DC NOW Open : ...... ~' mha'nd F 11 Loader w~ucket & grapple to~k" 2 Danuur Post : .Welder on trailer Far - . ........ raulic Post Driver ' 6 20' steel feed troughs LU~ UP Hole Diggers Shawr Hyd " FENCING SUPPLIES* Hobart Champion 8000 watt Gas powered Welder & Generator ,~ 4. 4* S:O0 - I:O0 n.m. Unique "WYO" Brand: RRC, RHS, LJH ~, I 4, ~. HAY: 50 ton Grass Hay, 35 ton AIfaita/Grass Hay ClevelarKi. Sun(lance 1-800-373-2450 or 283-2450 - Sat. 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 Prime PJb Special- Fridays Thisisa~ml~toliquidation0ftheBruc~BellerEstate. Eq-u~p'ment-~ars to ~ in good workingcondition and we believe you'll like what you ~, see. Storm Date is Apdl 30. 41~ 4, ~Terme: Cash' Lunch served * Not Responsible for accidents ~, located in the Sand ** U Bruce Boiler Estate & Guests Creek Trading Post : DICK & TROY MADER, Auctioneers & Real Estate Brokers ~, 4, Call 307-682-1916 For Brochure Beulah, WY * ###############################tttttttttttttttttt# Do you have someone in your family considering attending one of Wyoming's seven community colleges? Patricia (Pat) Goodson, Sun- dance, Crook County's Commu- nity College commissioner, has been on the state board since 1993. She was appointed by then Governor Mike Sullivan, and re- appointed in 1997 by present Governor Jim Geringer. The Community College Com- mission is responsible for coordi- nation and advocacy of the state- wide community college system. They report to the state leglsla- ture, to explain %vhat they do, and what they do with the money," Goodson said. She said she became interested in the state's community college system back when she was ready to go to college. Her mother ques- tioned whether or not credits from the Sheridan community college would transfer on to the Univer- sity of Wyoming. When she was appointed to the state board, she wanted, to work toward helping improve the system. Now, she says, the colleges and UW have dual admission agree- ments; the only credits which don't transfer are technical courses. For example, a student can get a two-year or shorter certificate from Eastern Wyoming College at Torrington that is much llke trade school certification, in fields such as refrigeration or computer train- ing. Except for remedial classes, such as those taken to bring a student up to grade in freshman college English, the colleges' aca- demic credits do transfer. '%Vyohdng has seven unique community colleges," Goodson said, "each having something a little bit different to offer, but all of them offer a good education." Eastern Wyoming College at Torrington has an outreach sys- tem here, she said, where stu- dents can earn college credits under several programs. In addi- tion to adult education, under dual enrollment, high school se- niors can take college freshman English and receive both their high school and college credits. Goodson was raised at Sheri- dan, and is married to Ralph Goodson who has a consulting engineer business in Sundance. The Goodsons have two children: Matt, who is a freshman at the University of Wyoming, Laramie, and Amy,~who is a sophomore at Sundance High School. The Council of County Services has Community Service Block Grant funds available to house- holds whose income the previous twelve months is within the 100% poverty level guidelines. Crook County's allocation for October, 1998 through September, 1999 is $12,760. These funds can be requested for emergencies in the areas of shelter, utilities (exclud- ing telephone}, children's needs, employment, and medical ex- penses. Payments are made di- rectly to the providers of the ser- vice. Persons who believe they may qualify should request an appli- cation by contacting Department of Family Services (283-2014) or Crook County Family Violence and Sexual Assault Services (283 - 2415}. Verification of all house- hold members' gross income the previous twelve months must accompany the application. Poverty level guidelines estab- lished in 1998 are used to estab- lish eligibility. Family unit Annual income I $8,050 2 10,850 3 13,650 4 16,450 5 19,250 6 22,050 7 24,850 8 27,650 For family units with more than 8 members, add $2800 for each additional member. Emergency Food and Shelter funds for Crook County are also administered by the Council. This year's allocation is $1669. The funds are to be used on behalf of households who have emergency needs in the areas of past due or initial month shelter and utilities that cannot be met by other re- sources, i.e.. Low Income Energy Assistance or Community Ser- vice Block Grant Funds. There are no income guidelines to be eligible for these funds, however, there must be an emergency that has created the need. This money is also used to supplement food pantries in Sundance, MoorcroR, and Hulett. The Council also ad- ministers Salvation Army funds which can be used for limited emergency needs when no other resour.ce is available. A discretionary fund is main- tained from contributions made by community organizations and individuals. This money is used when assistance cannot be given from other sources due to the type of need or availability of funds, Currently this fund is de- pleted and donations would be greatly appreciated. The Council of County Services is a non-profit corporation com- prised of nine board members with voting privileges and an Ad- visory Board. The current board members and the agencies they represent are: Marvin Massey, Presldent-Sundance Ministerial Association; June Scribner, Vice- President-Crook County Family Violence/Sundance Food Pantry;, Dixie Gudmunson, Secretary- Crook County Family Violence/ Sundance Food Pantry; Joyce Harmsen, Treasurer-Department of Family Services; Joyce Spledel- Sundance Housing Authority: Robert Smoot-Moorcroft Food Pantry;, Deanna Johnson-Child Support Authority;, Lola Collins- Hulett; Robin Seeley-Crook County Medical Services. Cremation Seruin8 All Faiths Stmdance WY I ii i iiiiii W'itb Dignify Since 19.57 307- 83-3334 iii ill i i iii i lfl i iii -.-- I Es I I Auction 8, lgII Location 1804 Davenport Street, Sturgis, SD. Watch off Junction Ave., Sturgis, SD. 3 piece bedroom set with full size bed; kitchen t~ble & 4 chairs; 2 single beds; 2 dressers; lormica table; recliner; eazy chair; love seat; magazine stand; wood bench; colored T.V. and stand; wood bookcase; Ward microwave; cedar lamp stand; small desk; Singer portable sewing machine; lamp stand; end tables; electric dryer; washing machine; wood stool; 3/4 size hide a bed; couch; floor lamp; table lamps; plant stand; 2 card tables; turge foot stool; cuckoo clock; box fans; Last Supper picture; shadow box; mirrors; Kirby vacuum cleaner; Corelle dishes; assorted small kitchen appliances; covered baking dishes; some cups & saucers; porcelain roaster; silverware; kitchen utensils; enamel pans; records; gun rack; porcoleJn coffee pot; luggage; assorted games & books; eight track tapes; assorted jewelry some Black Hills Gold. Antiques & Collectlbles: 5 or 6 (.999 Silver Deadwood Tokens); Approx. 40 piece trivet set; cast iron match holder; collection of Betty Boop items; Caterpillar watch fob; Red Wing crock; oak office chair; Singer sewing machine with old style dome case; 3 crock jugs; Harley bear; Beam tire engine decanter; Rally Beam decanter; butter chum; cistern pump lamp; central Meade County Cookbook; Fort Meade book; Early Days Fort Meade book; Dickinson works; wash board; cowbell; assorted dolls. Master Cut lawn mower; shovels; rakes; hoes; chain hoist; jumper cables; fishing poles; picnic table; extension cords; Skil saw; assorted screwdrivers, pliers, crescents, pipe wrenches; levels; squares; hammers; draw knife; files; hand saws; plane; nails; electric soldering iron; bucksaw; 6 foot aluminum ladder; block tackle; bicycle; creeper; metal shelf; hedge trimmer; trouble light; coal bucket; many numerous items. 1986 Oldsmobile 88 Royal, cruise, air, automatic transmission, nice dean well cared for car only 26,919 miles-must see. Terms: Cash Not Responsible For Accidents Lunch Available Owner: Betty Cox Estate Sturgis, SD Barbara Crawford Personal Representative Sundance, WY Managed & Conducted by: Casteel Auction & Real Estate Jerry Casteel Owner Auctioneer Phone 605-347-5110 1010 Ballpark Road Sturgis SD 57785 I