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[ p.lrl. Thursday, g April 22, 1999 The Sundance Times ation held in Hulett Lynn class of Hulett April 13, program began Uon by Lt. Bill ~rook County Sheriffs speaker Marvin is a pro- four time plus a three time champ from Hu- importance of to your guns to make come true" and to on role models and alcohol free. theme of DARE, and essays were read by The ceremony was the parents of the sixth grade teacher graduates. handed out T Stutzman, under- handed out pins to and Colin gave cards with the graduates families were then banana splits with all Pictured are the essay winners Patrick White and Katerie Driskill with officer Bill Lessner. students be- Education Pro- 5, 1998 and since Dale moved, however, completed the SeSsions of the pro- the students", stated are: Matthew Derek Jerald Cowman, An- Katerie Driskill. Joshua Griffin, Lynn, Jessica Brlana Ousnamer, Jared Pownall, Jerry Shaffer, Dustin Thole, Patrick White. The DARE graduates are eating their banana splits. HULETT LAURA L YNN PHO FOS IATFSI are the Hulett 6th grade Drug Abuse Resistance Education graduates at Hulett. I~ehei Lynn as a headhunter, dressed for Caveman Day of Spring Fling Week. HI B "Spring Fling Week" April 12-16 with dress Week. Day" dress theme. Noon Activity: Ameba Tag. Day" dress theme. Noon Activity: Obstacle Course. Day" dress theme. Noon Activity:. Water Balloon Fight. 8th hour-1/2 clean up town, 1/2 Mud V-Ball. dress theme. Noon Activity: Water Balloon Toss. dress theme. Noon Activity: Powder Puff Football. ~.m. hamburger feed cooked by FFA. 7:00-11:00 p.m. Dance. themes and acUvities for Jennifer McGuire rook County Museum Art Gallery & When the Custer Expedition of 1874 first entered the Black Hills, they did so through what is now Crook County, and it was during this early phase of the expedition that many significant events oc- curred. The expediUon, which departed from Fort Abraham Lincoln on Hulett Schools Menus Fri., April 2a Steak fingers, green beans, hot rolls, fresh fruit, and milk. Mon., April 26 Cavatlnl, green beans, garlic bread, turn-overs, and milk. Tues., April 27 Grilled ham and cheese, to- mato soup/crackers, pears, cookie, and milk. Wed., April 28 French dip w/au Jus, fries, pineapple, and milk. Thurs., April 29 Oven fried chicken, corn, hot roils, peaches, and milk. Fri., April aO Sloppy Joes, tater tots, mixed fruit, cake, and milk. July 2, was nearing the Black Hills by July 17 and entered Wyo- I e.~./K~,.,..f~ I ruing around this time. Just be- fore entering the Black Hills, the group camped in South Dakota near the Junction of Wyoming, South Dakota and Montana. By July 18, the expedition had reached the Belle Fourche River and remained in camp for two days, during whlch time it rained continually. Some members of the expedition feared that the rain would make it impossible to cross the Belle Fourche the next day, so the wagons were moved across the rlver that nighL It was while camping on Hay Creek near Aladdin on July 20 that members of the expedition began to feel the attraction of the Black Hills and many wrote in their Journals about the scenic beauty that sur- rounded them. Captain William Ludlow, who accompanied the expedition as Chief Engineer, re- marked in his Journal that the change from the plains to the north, where R had been very hot and drywas wonderful. He noted that prickly pear cactus seemed to be abundant during their march down and that finding water difficult. The expedition never actually penetrated the Bear Lodge Moun- tains but remained on the out- skirts of them and made note of the red sandstone cliffs and can- yons. On July 21, the party soon discovered thatdrinking too much of the water would cause dysen- tery. In faet a private named John Cunningham succumbed to this condition and died. He was buried on July 22 near Inyan Kara Mountain with another pri- vate, George Turner, who was shot during an argument with another soldier. On July 23, Custer and several of his aides climbed Inyan Kara Mountain, but was disappointed to find the view from the summit obscured by smoke. The Sioux had set fire to the prairie to the south and west of Inyan Kara Mountain. On July 24, the expedition reached what was for many, the highlight of the Journey. Custer and several others wrote in their Journals about how impressed they were with the place called Floral Valley where they camped on Cold Creek. It was noted that the men could pick flowers of every description without dis- from their horses. Of the more than 2,000 different flowering plant to be found in Wyoming. most of them can be found in or near Floral Valley. After Floral Valley, the expedition crossed into the South Dakota side of the Black Hills and ended the Wyoming portion of the expe- dition. A diorama consisting of three parts retraces the Custer Expedi" tion and is on permanent display at the Crook County Museum and Art Gallery. Stop in and see this exciting addition to the mu- seum during the annual open house on Friday. April 23, from I-6 p.m. The museum doors will remain open until 8 p.m. how- ever, for those attending the Wyo- mingArchaeologlcal Society Con- ference. Artist Glsele Robinson will have some of her new art work on display and refreshments will be served. Mozart wrote over 40 SCHOOL EVENTS AI . ZZ - Z8 Apr. 22 Apr. 23 Apr. 24 Sources: Jm_nals of Wyoming, Vol. 46, No. 2; Fall, 1974. Marian Long 90th Birthday House Hulett Civic Center Hulett, WY Saturday, April 24 1:30 - 4:00 p.m. No Gifts, Plea: Hulett Sen/or Citizens Menu Pri., April Zs Mozzarella cheese sticks, cheese soup w/broccoli/on- ion/celery, apple sauce, and oatmeal cookie. Sun., Pork roast, baked potato, wedges, carrots, and pump- kin bars. Mon., April 26 Hamburger goulash w/to- mato/onion, lettuce salad, and melon. Tues., April 27 Creamed turkey, biscuit, sweet potato, peas, and plum sauce. Wed., April Salisbury steak, mashed po- tatoes, corn, and white cake w/peaches. Thurs., April 29 Beef/tater tot casserole w/ green beans, Jello/cherries, and cake. 1 l., April SO Haddock square on bun, corn, melon, low fat salad dressing, and Jeilo. - Earth Day Celebration • Art Symposium - HS - Track - 2:00 p.m. - at Gillette • Panther Twilight • Art Symposium - Golf - Buffalo - 9:00 - HS - Track - at Newcastle - JH - Track - at Gillette . 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