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May 15, 1986

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Lncoln, by Pat Larsen News Editor Sundance high seniors will graduate in exercises begin- Tuesday, May 20 at the courthouse lawn. music high school by Todd Kahler, Will be given by Anderson of the of the Good will also give the at the close of the be by a trio Rhonda Brunson, l~eaudoin and Jenny sing "Just Be and by the Sun- Max Min Precip 48 36 0.69 55 34 0.00 50 31 0.34 40 31 0.29 40 28 0.60 60 33 0.00 62 45 0.00 Eighty-Eighth Year No. 20 THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1986 Official Newspaper for Crook County, City of Sundance and U. S. Land Of flea Continuing The Crook County News IN THE BLACK HILLS OF WYOMING TWENTY-FIVE CEN~ PER COPY. dance high school chorus singing Today." Its class flower was the "One Step at a Time." white rose and class colors a~e The salutatorian address wig blue and silver. be given by Julie Lenz and the . . Valedictorian address by Astrid Simpson. Guest speaker will be Dr, Edwin Nelson, president of Chadron State College. High school principal Glenn Gregson will present the Clam of 1986, announce scholamhil~ and awards, and diplomas will be handed out by school board members Jerry Solyet, George Willey and Gary Heeney. The fanfare and will be played by the Sundance hiah school band. will the Sundance high school grad- uating chss at.7 p.m. May 18. Processional and receaictml music will be provided by Connie Crosswait and the Sunda, me high school chorus will siag "Just For Today." The invocation will be given by Pastor Paul Redfield of the Wes* leyan church, the address by Rev. Robert Flier of the Methodist church and the benediction by Father Richard Hitt of St. Paul's Catholic Church. The Class of 1986 motto has been "Remember Yesterday, Dream About Tomorrow, But Live Bids opened for lines from well Waugh to run for second J-P term Snndance Plumbing and Heat- ing of Newcastle was the ap- parent low bidder for trans- n~smon lines from Sundance's new westside water well into town. Bids were opened at a special meeting of the city council May 12. Approval of the $149,001.70 bid will be contingent on inspection by the project engineer and the city attorney. City administrator Gary Daro land said that the project should be completed by the middle of Ron Waugh, Hulett, an- end of August, but hopes to have nounced his candidacy this week the well on line by the first of for a second term in the office of August. Crook County Justice of the / Peace. Now coming to the end of his first fom'.year term, Waugh also and Sundance. -- _ - _ - ~ ~- _ - Edna Binney and Betty Jean Durfee were the high scorers at the conclusion of the three and one-half table Howell movement played April 29 by the Sundance Duplicated BAdge Club. Carl Mayer and Harold Bernd tied for second place with Donna Allen and Ethel Sharp. Sundance high school's annual end of the year variety show will be presented by the high school chorus Friday, May 16 at 7:30"t p.m. in the elementary school gym. Sixteen acts, includi~ two by teachers, have been scheduled to perform. Singing, dancing, drama and lots of laughs may be expected, chorus director Todd Kabler said. Cost will be $2 for adults, $1 for students with ages ten and under admitted free. ,I When the electridty goes off and Tri-County says wrapped around a wire, was 12 inches long, 5V2 that it wasdue to ice on the lines, this is the kind of inches in diameter, and weighed over three and ice they are talking about, one-half pounds. Linemen brought this piece of ice in last week Christie Canfield, Tri-County employee, displays after the lines went down in a storm. The ice, the ice. Sundanee high school junior Dawn Leslie was named Wyoming state typing champion and will advanoe to the national championship round in the Olympia National ~ Typing Contest in May. Leslie is pictured with the Olympia electronic portable typewriter which she won in addition to a t-shirt and certificate. The national competition will take place during the next month at each contestant's high school performed on Oympin typewriters supplied by the company. The test will include a timed writing and a timed production teat of a standard business letter, a tabulation from a rough draft and a full-page memorandum. Prizes in the national competition are $500, first place; $350, first runner-up and $200 for second runner-up. Photo by Pat Larsen Brown bagger postponed Last Friday's Brown Bag Lunch at Crook Cmunty Library was pastponed because of the weather to this Friday, May 16. Gisele Robinson will give a program on Shells of the Caribbean at noon. The next Brown Bagger will be Jean Adams' "Spring Birds of the Black Hills" on Friday, May 23. Job Service open longer Hours of Sundance Job Service have been expanded to 8 a.m. to noon and 1 to 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday, effective immediately. The off~ce is located in the courthouse and may be called at 283-2150. Homemakers still have cookbooks The Buttons and Bows Club of the Hulett-New Haven area still have Crook County Centennial Cookbooks available. They ,ma~ be bought at the Aladdin Store, the E-B Shop, in Hulett, Hall s Food Mart in Moorcroft, from Betty West at Rockypoint or by calling Margaret Davis in Sundance during the evening. Mail orders should be addressed to Route I, Box I01. Hulett. WY 82720. Bring food to Athletic Awards Banquet Sundance high school's Athlet~ Awards Banquet will be held May 22 at 6:30 p.m. at the elementary school. Freshman should bring two dozen rolls and and a salad; sophomores should bring a large dessert; juniors and seniors should bring a main dish. Anyone who would like to bring more than one dish should bring a salad, Drinks will be provided. Bring your own table service. ************************************************************ Parade organizers asking for ideas The Devils Tower Young Farmer/Rancher Oration and Devils Tower Ff'A will be organizing the Crook County Fair Parade and are asking for help in thinking of a theme. Send suggestions to Hulett high school, C/O FFA Department, Hulett, WY 82720. VFW Auziliary will meet The VFW Auxiliary #4311 will hold a regular meeting Monday, May 19 at 8 p.m. at the Tri-County Electric Association hospitality room. ************************************************************* l~dy golfers plan meeting The Sundance Ladies' Golf Association will meet Thursday, May 22 at 7:30 p.m. at the golf course. All women interested in golf axe welcome to attend. ************************************************************ Anthropologist at Hulett rescheduled George Horse Capture, who was scheduled to speak last week on Plains Indian Art, has been rescheduled for May 17 at 7 p.m. in the ~ Hulett school. For more information, call Pat Brimmer, 467-5491. elementary mdmoi oined with about r students aeroas the Monday when they heflum-fllled balloons ~f a nationwide science project for National Science Week. Postcards were attached to each balloon with eadt ~nt's name and the school's name. Finders are requested to fill in whe the bellini wa. found ud mail the card to the Natioaal C~nter for Fmrth ,~lence Founda- tion at the Anmde.an Geologi~ Institute in Alexandria, Vir#nia, The cards wm be anaysed and retumed to the smdenm, whowm partk pate in clam disomskm related to air currents, weather maim and other earth science eoneepto. When last aeen, the balloons were headed in the general direc- tion of South Dakota at a fast clip. Photo by Pat Larsen Chamber of C~mr~erce, 6:30 p.m.. Sundance Care AA, 8 p.m., hospital Thursday, May 15 Alanon, 8 p.m., 283-2877 Story hour, I0:30 a.m., library Thursday, May 2"2 Friday, May 16 Sundance Art Line, 7 p,m., Brown bag, noon, library TCEA Monday, May 19 Friday, May 23 Story hour, 3:30 p.m., library Last day of school