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PAGE 2 THE SUNDANCE TIMES MAY 15, 1986 3 Pat Heinzen, Sundance, Became the asdstant director for Crook County Family Violence and Sexual Assault Services as of M~ I. A graduate of the University of Washington-Seattle with a EtA in sociology, Heinzen will oversee volunteer advocates, the operation of the crisis line and other services, and will be responsible for direct crisis counceling, follow-up advocacy and implementing program statistics. Heinzen, the mother of nine children, is married to Donald Heinzen, who is a manager of engineering at Tri-County Electric Association. The couple came to Sundance from Montana and Spokane, Washing- ten. Michael D. Lindsey, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Lindey, Sundance, was the recipient of an award named in his honor earlier this month at the University of Wyom- ing's annual student publications This Week at Your Library... SeashellsI Whelks, conches, cones, moon snails, periwinkles, abalones, jewel boxes, cockles... the names are as colorful and varied as the shells themselves. Because of their beauty, their availability and durability, and their air of romance, shells are attractive to young and old, rich and poor, in-landers and coasb dwellers. They star in children's rhymes ("Mary, Mary, quite con- trary...with silver bells and cockle shells") and folk songs {"...cry- ing cockles, and mussels, alive alive~"}, they've been used for money and buttons, and from earliest times they've been en- graved with portraits and scenes to become shell cameos. Learn more about shells with Gisele Robinson at Sundance library's brown-bag lunch on Fri- day, May 9, when she tells about her collections of shells from the Caribbean. This program is free and open to the public. Bring your lunch, bring a friend-and if you have some especially interesting shells to share with others, bring them along too. Beverages are provided, and the program starts shortly after 12:00 noon. Don't miss the shell collections on display at Sundance library. New books at Moorcroft Public Library include RUNNING YOUR Dear Editor, BUSINESS SUCCESSFULLY by I just wanted to tell you how very proud Sundance should be of a Peg Moran--a woman's guide to group of your young people. Saturday; May 3, my family and I went to surviving the first two years in a Eliches to watch my niece, Vicki Cermak, perform with the D~mdance new business. Included are inter- band. The music was terrific, the ~ was excellent, and the flag views with ten women who are routine was beautifully done. But, to us, their best performance was running their business success- before and after the marching. We watched these teens from about fully. 11:00 to 5:30. They conducted themselves as young adults having fun. COLOR RIGHT, DRESS RIGHT by Liz London and Anne They all seemed courteous, polite, and they were terrific. I was proud Adams is a new color-analysis to say that they were from my home town! Congratulations to the teacher, chaperones, and parents - you all book available to Moorcroft did a good job with these young people. And to the band and flag team readers. It has color charts and - THANK YOU! for making us all proud of you. suggestions on make-up, cloth- Thankyou; hag, and accessory colors, Moorcroft and Sundance have Jim and Linda Bennett just received copies of THE SUNDANCE SCHOOL Golden, Colorado HULETT AREA--PAST AND MENU Corn dogs, potato salad, peach P~NT. This interesting and Thurs., May 15 upside-down cake, milk. informative book by the Hulett Chili, crackers, cinnamon rolls, Tues., May 20 Area Senior Citizens has many pears, milk. Spaghetti w/meat sauce, garlic old photos and newspaper ex- Fri., May 16 bread, green beans, pears, milk. cerpts--some from the COLONY Roast beef, mashed potatoesWed., May 21 COYOTE, the WYOMING and gravy, applesauce, bread and Hot turkey sandwich, mashedBLADE, and the LIGHTNING butter, milk. potatoes, cranberry sauce, peas, FLAT FLASH. The books were Mon., May 19 1/2 banana, milk. donated by the Hulett Area Senior Citizens. New at Sundance Library is ANIMAL HEALTH: ~K AND PETS, the 1984 Yearbook of "culture. This has sections on ~k~ard Poultry and Pet Birds, Dairy and Beef Cattle, Sheep and Goats, Swine, Keeping Fish Healthy, Dogs and Cats, Rabbits and Other Small Animals and Horses, along with a glossary and articles on animal diseases in humans, and pet animal control laws. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Also at Sundance: YOU'RE Continuing The Crook County News ONLY OLD ONCEI By Dr. Seuss- (An lndependentNewspaper) a Book for Obsolete Children. Publication #USPC 526-720 Anyone who has ever submitted Second Class Postag~ Paid at Sundance, Wyoming 82729to a battery of medical tests will Enteredas Second Class Matter empathize with Dr. Seuss's in the Post Office at Sundance, Wyoming 82729 Everyman in this just-for-fun-but- Member National Newspaper Association oh-so-true book: "when at last we The Sundance Times is a legal newspaper for all p~.lblications are sure you've been properly Telephone: Area Code 307.283.3411 pilled, then a few paper forms Published Every Thursday by must be properly filled, so that THE SUNDANCE TIMES, INC. you and your heirs may be pro- Howant Allen, Publisher Lori Keyser, Office Managerperly billed..." Pat Larsen, News Editor Patty Schulz, Typesetter Beulah Baptist Mission NOTE: if changing address, please include former address. Bake Sale--May 16, 1986 Also give zip code, box or street address.Mrs. Grace Wendt Hostess. ~R: Send address changes to The Sundanc~ Where: at the Sand Creek Times, P.O. Box 400, Sundance, Wyoming 82729. Trading Post I0:00 A.M. through SUBSCRIFHON RATES 4:00 P.M. To P.O. Addresses in Wyomingand All contributions are appreci. Butte, Lawrence and Carter Counties, $9.00 per year. ated, and are tax deductable. To P.O. Addresses outside Wyoming, $10.50 per year. Cakes--cooldes--Pies. Subscription, 6 months-S6.00 Phone 643-2189 POSTAL RF~ULATIONS REQUIRE THAT ' First Baptist Church SUBSCBJPTIONS BE PAID IN ADVANCE Bake sale May 16, 1986 DEADLINE:-5 P.M. MONDAY OF WEEK TOBE INSERTED. Mrs. Roxie Peters and Mrs. WANT AD RATRS: 15c per word each insertion Vandengerge ~. to be paid in advance. Where: at the Vandenberge MINIMUM CASH INSERTION $1.50 residents 620 south 3rd, street, MINIMUM CHARGE INSERTION $2.50 Ph. 283.1469 for pick-up and CLASSIFIED DISPLAY per column inch $4.00 delivery. CARD OF THANKS $3.50 All contributions are appreci-. BLACK FACE READER ADV. per line 35c ated for the building program of PUBLISHER'S NOTE: our new church, All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the CAmtrlbutions are tax deduc- Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to table. advertise " any preference, limitation, or ~on based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin, or an intention to', *** make any such preference, limitation or ~on. Grasshoppers cause more than The newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for $30 million worth of damage each real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are year in the western United States, informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are says International Wildlife maga- available on an equal opportunity basis, zine. t t t All At the Sundanee Senior Citizens Center immediately following graduattoa eeremonles. ,& Family Members are Invited to Attend awards banquet. The Michael D. Lindsey award, initiated this year by the Univer- sity of Wyoming Student Publica- tions Board, was give~ to Linsey "for exceptional contributions to the cause of better quality student publications" at UW. It will not be given annually, but will be given when merited. The head of Lindsey Publishing CO. in Torrington, Lindsey is the publisher of eight Wyoming newspapers. He was a member of the Student Publications Board for six years and served as a representative of the Wyoming Press Assoication. He is currently vice-president of the Wyoming Press Associa- tion Board and has been awarded the Society of Professional Journalists Freedom of Informa- tion Award and the SDX Excel- lence in Journalism Award. , Lindsey began his journalism career at the Sundance Times, which his father owned for 40 years. After graduating from South Dakota State University, he joined Kostka Brooks and Asso- ciates, an advertising firm in Cheyenne before becoming ad- vertising manager at the Gillette News-Record and bought half interest in the paper. He sold his interest in 1970 and went to work for the Scripps League in Cali- fornia, then transferred to dailies in Pennsylvania with the Scripps- Buchner News Alliance. After returning to Wyoming in 1977, Lindsey bought the Torrlng- ton Telegram, the Saratoga Sun, Wheatland Record-Times, Lingle Guide, Guernsey Gazette, Lusk Herrand, Cheyenne Sentinel and the Daily Telegram. Enroll for Westcare HMO next week The Total Healthcare Center will be sponsoring a two day enrollment for the WEStCARE HMO on May 22 and 23 at the Total Healthcare Center in Sun- dance. The WEstCARE HMO is a health insurance plan offered to individuals, families, and em- ployers in a given geographical area. There are four basic plans: individual, group, family and medicare supplement. Through cooperative efforts by the Total Healthcare Center and the WEst- CARE HMO, arrangements have been made for Total Heaithcare Members to receive a 10% dis- count on their WEStCARE pre- mium. The Total Healthcare Center will anyone that is WEstCARE or the Total For transportation or further Trudy New will open Dedication and the new Weston orial Hospital for Saturday at 2 facility is located ington Blvd. in Tours of the new be provided monies. provided by Memorial Hospital The move into the will start May 19 completed by the week.