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Upton YOuth had not been the waters of at press time X~edy spoof of the P~m3ented May 14 at School by mere- Club. Jim sponsor, said the a wide variety of ages. Curtain p.m. !~tid among the acts club members can-can, the black whistlers, the the marvelous will also be a Miss World staged. will be charged ' Highway 85 It 9:15 It Tuesday, according to officials at the Crook County Sheriff's Office. The youth, Michael Vitalone, drowned Friday when he and three others tried to swim to shore from a houseboat drifting in the reservoir. The sheriff's office said Vita- lone was one of six Upton youths who were on their way to Gillette Spring concert by school music groups The music department of Sun- dance Junior and Senior High School presented their annual spring concert on Monday. Besides the band and concert choir the audience was entertain- ed by the stage band, peps ensemble, brass quintet, junior high choir, and soloists, Val Mor- gan, Kerry Lamb, Kathy Mauch, and Pam Hartl. To wrap up the musical year, the choirs presented an hour pro- gram for persons in the Old Soldiers Home in Hot Springs, on May 6. After the program, choir members enjoyed swimming at Evan's Plunge. The Sundance elementary con- celts still to be presented include: third and fourth grade concert on May 7 and fifth and sixth grade concert on May 14. Beth of these programs are at the elementary multi-purpose room at 1:45 p.m. There is one addition to last week's article regarding state ratings. Dan Haas received a II + rating on his piano solo at the District Music Festival in Douglas on April 25. Thumday, May 8 Story Hour, 3:30 p.m., Crook County Library. Friday, May 9 Sundance Commercial Club, 6:30 p.m., Are Restaurant. Sundancors Square Dance Club, 8 p.m. IOOF Hall, Harold Skeesick, caller. Monday, May 12 Pre-School Screening Clinic, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sundance Ele- mentary School. Story Hour, 3:30 p.m., Crook County Library. Wednesday, May 14 Lettermen's Comedy Spoof, 7:30 p.m., SHS gym. Pre-school DDD Region HI Pre-school Develop- mental Disability Services (DDD) will meet May 13 at 6 p.m. at the Campbell County Children's Center in Gillette. The services provide screening to identify children ages 0-6 who have special needs. Region Ill acts as a resource for centers which already exist in Campbell, Crook and Weston counties to supplement services available in those centers. for a high school track meet, but apparently decided to stop at the reservoir on their way. Attempts to recover the boy's body had been called off over the weekend because of extreme cold water, officials said. The reser- voir's surface temperature was 34 degrees and divers felt it would be even colder in the depths of the Belle Fourche River channel where the accident occurred. Glen Wyatt, member of the University of Wyoming Alumni Board, displays the marble, mon- tage of the university he was awarded during the recent meet- ing of the board since Crook County showed the greatest per- centage of increase in member- ship for 1980." Wyatt said the alumni association sponsors a scholarship program providing ~vea new ~ each year while maintaining 25 to 28 scho- larshilm at all times. The board also sponsors a variety of other activities and programs for alumni, Wyatt presently serves the board as vice president for Dis- triet 2 which includes Crook, Weston, Campbell, Sheridan, Johnson and Converse Counties. Letter to Editor: Dear Sir: I am in need, of some help. I am going to be in the area this time next month doing some research. I am researching the old railroad between Aladdin and Belle Fourche for a magazine article. If your newspaper is still in operation I would like to use it to help me reach people who might have information. It has been five years since I have been in Sundance. I taught school in Rapid City from 1971 to 1975, and before that lived "near" Sundance for almost four. I was stationed at the radar site from 1965 until 1968, among other things I was their photographer for a while. Could I ~ an ad or get in a short letter about my looking for information, and let people know how to contact me wh~ I am in the area? Sincerely, Ed McFarland 1731 N. Cooper Colorado Springs, Colo. 80907 R NOW ~[m. SIOUX CITY STOCKYARD May 1, 1980 Feeder steers and heifers sold steady to 2.00 lower, instances 3.00 lower on heifers. Local demand relatively good compared with adjacent markets. Atten- dances of country buyers only fair. FEEDER STEERS: Medium Frame No. 1:450-600 lbs. 72.00- 77.75, 600-7{)0 lbs. 70.00-74.50. 172 head reputation background- ed 609-618 lbs. 74.10-74.50, 700- 800 lbs. 66.00-70.00, 2 loads 841- 856 lbs. 65.00-66.50. 2 loads 958- 959 lbs. 62.65-63.50. FEEDER FRAME NO. 1: Ex- otic-cross 794 lbs. 66.50. LARGE FRAME NO. 2 Holsteins: 524- .~9 lbs. 63.75-64.75. FEEDER HEIFERS: Medium Frame No. 1:350-450 lbs. 69.00- 72.75, 30 head green 373 lbs. 75.75. 2 loads reputation back- grounded 616-625 lbs. 70.00. 500-600 lbs. 62.50-71.00, 600-700 lbs. 61.00-64.00, 25 head 763 lbs. 60.20. 2 loads 874-953 lbs. 60.00- 60.50, load agey 900 lbs. 52.75. SHOP AT HOME IT SAVES r Susan James University Extension Agent, Crook County FOOD FOR THOUGHT On February 4, 1980, Sec- retary of Agriculture, Bob Berg- land, and Surgeon General Julius B. Richmond of U.S. Public Health Services announced die- tary guidelines which they claim would improve American eating habits and maintain health. The seven recommendations repre- sent a nutritional consensus by scientists in the government's food and health agencies. They are: 1) Eat a variety of foods. 2). Maintain ideal weight. 3) Avoid too much fat, saturated fat and chloresteral. 4). Avoid too much sugar. 5). Avoid too much so- dium. 6). If you drink alcohol, do so in moderation. 7). Eat foods with adequate starch and fiber. Baking a cake for someone usually signifies a special oc- casion, but few cakes are perfect. Here are a few tips on how to avoid disappeintment over your next cake. First, cakes that fall after having risen are the result of either an oven that is too hot, or not being baked long enough. Check the recipe for suggested baking temperature. Test for doneness by lightly touching the center of the cake. If it springs hack, and is delicately browned, it is done. Another common dis- appointment is the cake that crumbles or falls apart. This may happen for a number of reasons, using too much shortening or too few eggs, undermixing the bat- ter, or failing to preheat the oven to the proper temperature. Other errors are failing to prepare the pans for easy removal of tents, cooking the cake in a draft, or leaving the cake in baking pans From You ... With A Little Help From Us. We Like To Help Folks Be Nice To Other Folks. Mothers Day is Sunday, May 11 ' LOUsES *KNIT TOPS GIVE HER: *PURSES *GOWNS * PANT SUITS * LUGGAGE *FREE GIFT'WRAPPING of love from for too long or short a tnne alter baking. {Ten minutes is just about right). Third, heavy cake is a result of too little levening (ba- king powder or baking sodaL or too much delay between mixing and baking. In the latter sit- uation, carbon dioxide is lost into the air rathr than being used to raise the cake. And fourth, dry cakes are usually caused by too much flour or too little short- ening. They also result from the cook's checking for doneness by waiting until the cake leaves the sides of the pan, rather than the more reliable fingertip test. Electa Chapter holds initiation Initiation ceremonies high- lighted the May 1 meeting of Elects Chapter 5 with Kathryn Thompson and Martin Peterson presiding in the East. Appro- priate music was provided by Redell Hooper. A report was heard that the Jobs Daughters Friendship Day Luncheon was a success. Mem- hers have been asked to attend the next Jobie meeting on May 12 at 7:30 p.m. Refreshments were served by Eleanor Vines, Marion Thomp- son, Annabelle Ellsbury and Doe Clark. William Kohler to graduate William F. Kohler, Beulah, is one of 332 students scheduled to graduate May 16 during Okla- homa State Tech's spring tri- mester commencement exercises. Tech is the residential, tech- nical branch of Oklahoma State University. Kohler will receive a diploma in bootmaking. He and his wife, Doris, reside in Beulah. Latest word on FS road closures The Black Hills National For: est's final 1980 road closure and obliteration program wig be an- nounced in about four weeks, according to Frank P. Smedley, action forest supervisor. Originally, the program was to be announced in late April. Smedley said additional time is needed to analyze comments made by members of the public about the proposed program, which was announced April I. The comment period ended April 16. 2. Road Closure and Obliter- ation Program The proposed program modif- ied earlier plans to make extens- ive use of year-round closures. In its present form, it calls for closing 96 miles of forest roads year-round (instead of the 210 originally proposed), seasonal closures of 175 additional miles of forest roads, restricting motor vehicles and-or snowmobiles to designated routes on 71,600 acres of forest land, closing 53 miles of forest trails to motor vehicles, and obliteration 211 miles of forest roads. Most of the roads involved are old logging roads. All will remain open to foot travel. MAY 8, 1980 Private sector employment THE SUNDANCE TIMES Employment in the private sec- tor of Wyoming's 23 counties totaled 131,976 in March 1978, an PAGE 5 increase of 20,588 over the March 1977 figure. And, first quarter and annual payrolls of $343 mil- lion and $1,579 million respec- tively of the counties also showed increases over the year before. OYSTER STEW AT 6:30 P.M. Sundance Lodge No. 9, A.F. & A.M. q ( q i q q q I@@ Our Mother's Day Noon Buffet Will Feature: Rock Cornish Hens and Dressing Roast Baron of Beef I RUSTY ON PIANO uran Ph. 28s.m es m TO TRAIN FACTORY SIDING APPLICATORS (UNDER SUPERVISION-FULLY GUARANTEED) Hurry and Send Coupon Below for Details EVERY HOME INSULATED CUT AND MAIL COUPON TODAY-NO OBLIGATION Offer good for 10 days. Act Now! Cell Anytime Out of Town Call Collect Day or Night Gentlemen: Under No Obligation.Please Contact: Name Address _ : Phone City. State ZIp .... BestTlme ToContact A.M. _ P.m, Other , - MAIL COUPON TODAY 2330 5th Avenue South Billings, ntana 59101