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PAGE 10 THE SUNDANC MAY 15, I~6 Meureen Lutieman, UEA Hedth-wlse C.an a B~ Mood Make You Sick? Like America's No. 1 neurotic, most people have a hunch that their emotions can make them ill - or well. The gnawing turbulence in the stomach that oan follow as an unpleasant confrm~tkm with the boss seems to preve Congratulations to a great group of graduates. Gas Co. Step into tomor- row... Best wishes to all. Alexander's Plumbing and Heating Lots of success in the days ahead. Po/e We've very proud of you. Congratu. lations to a spe- cial group of graduates. Sundance Food "n Fuel WE COULDN'T We wish you a world of happi- ness in your fu- ture plans. B&B Good Going Today's winners ...that's you, grads. Tract Motor CONGRATULATIONS Our best wishes go with you, grade. We are proudof you. WISHING GREAT TO lrHE Jack & Jill Clinks Leolm the point. The Americ Acad- emy of Family Physicians says that half of all office visits to family doctors are pro~ by psychological factors such as stress, anxiety and depression. But imply that the emotions play an important role in people's ability to resialt or recover from disease such as cancer - or even the common cold - and things get Well done, grads, you're ready for a bright and re- warding future. Tastee Freez We applaud the Class of 1986. Good luck in your chosen careers. Vmage If You made itt It's your day! You have earned the respect of the community. E.O. Fmm Bureau Insurance Sundame GP. S! Step into tomor- row with confi- dence and poise, grads, you've earned your place. controversial. Just a short ten years ago, the concept was re- jected by researchers, but now a group of scientists of psycho- immunology are collecting intri- guing evidence that the mind does directly influence the body's disease fighting immuae,system. One study done on nien who had just lost their wives to breast cancer showed that the husbands' You have a re- cord to be proud of. Congratu- lations. IN 11HIIE With confidence we predict a bright future for the class of '86. G/ft Bou#que To each of our graduating sen- iors, Congratu- lations. Hadr Boutique You worked hard and everyone is proud of you. Sundance Mountain Agency immtme cell function went into a sharp decline within two months of the deaths of their wives. Another study showed that people hospitalized for severe clinical depression had the same decline in immune response. Herpes sufferers already know that moods - especially depres- sion and anxiety - can make outbreaks of the nasty virus more frequent and painful. This fact is backed up by those studying psychoimrnunology. When herpes sufferers are depressed, they carry far fewer of the immune cells needed to squelch the virus than people who are not depressed. When the subjects experienced bouts of depression, the number of immune cells dropped and herpes attacks soon followed. Even milder forms of stress can impair the immune system. At Ohio State Univeri~y, the stu- dents taking final exams ware found to have severely depressed immune systems a month before exams and on the exam day itself, even though the students ware nsed to taking tests. Biologists have uncovered some tantalizing evidence that the nervous system can com- municate directly with the immune system. This mind-body communication may be two-way street, in which the cells of the immune system also send com- mands to the brain. The scientists have found that certain cells in both the brain and the immune system respond to the same chemical messengers, such as acetylcholine and beta- endorphin. These chemicals are usually found in the region of the brain that controls emotion. Re- cent studies have also shown that these substances, which scien- tists had thought were produced only by nerve cells, are also made by the immune system's white blood cells. DWUI 6 months j.n suspended I,!i but 30 days U Ic asd ddv . Fined $40.00. $I0.00 court emU Darrell L. Koehier, Gillette, WYO. SCHOOL Lu=ch Menu Men., May 19--Burritoe, let,. tuce, cherry pie, rolb-butt~r, milk. Tin,., ach, pears, biscull butter, milk. Wed., May 21--Fried chicken, green beans, pineapple, garlic sticks, milk. 'ram., May 22--Chili-crackers, corn, peaches, peanut butter cake, milk. May 2&-Relled Franks, strawberry shortcake, peas, chaeas sticks, milk. HUI ' IT SCHOOL EVENTS Th==ed v, M=y 16: School Board M~. at Hulett 1:30 p.m. Friday, M~ 16: 7:45 A.M. Honors Committee Mtg. Sum y, Mmy 18: 7:00 Bacc. Monde, May 19: 5:00 Graduation 3:30 Elem Staff bttg. Wednesday, May 21: 7:30 Secondary Staff Mtg. LEAGUE . Branding Iron Bar & Care 79-41 Dick's Hot Oil 76-44 MoorcroR State Bank 73V~-46Vs Fuller Construction 62-68 McMihan & Son 59-61 Petersen Lumber 5,3-67 Krause Lanes 42V=-77 V.F.W. 36-86 Our est to You Ruby Cadman M~y Ann Rebiz~m Renie Bunner Hazel Baker Ruby Cadman Colleen Helwig Dick's Hot Oil Brand Moon=mR State Bank Fuller McMilhn and Son Peteresn Lumber Krause Lanes V.F.W. HIGH Renie Bunner Coralie Lubken Margeret onddeu* HIOH Coralie Lubken Renie Bunner Ruby Cadman Cai: "Did that mud radon Hal: "Sure did, for a but then it wore off." In conclusion, all those talks You're tops and messages about reducing and handling stress in your life may, of '86. indeed, have to do with your LIFE and pride - whether or not you get to live, yOU there. healthy, to a ripe old age. Many factors are at work with this issue and many of healthy living, but one that we / successes! Dee's ourselves have control over is our reaction to all those day-to-day Sundanco Saw Sontor events that produce stress. Lower the stress in your life. Some suggestions: do something Auto Repair different, remodel/rearrange~ ~ ~~ ~ i your srroundinge, relax and loosen up, exercise, eat healthy, watch smoking and drinking, spend time with loved ones, con- tinue to educate yourself, teach someone else what you know. ~,~o~,, BRAVA! From the Recipe File: Rhubarb. Nut Bread We A your 3% C. sifted flour i,/, tsp. bakin seda 1 tsp. salt 2 C diced rhubarb (i/,,,) 1 C chopped walnuts 1 V2 C packed brown sugar 1 =/2 C. buttermilk 1 C vegetable oil 2tsp. vanilla 2 eggs C granulated sugar 1 tblsp, butter or margarine, melted Into large bowl, sift together flour, baking soda and salt. Stir in rhubarb and walnuts. In medium bowl, mix brown sugar, buttermilk, oil, vanilla and eggs until wall blended. Add buttermilk mixture to rhubarb mixture; stir just until moistened. Spoon batter into 2 greased and floured 8V=x4x- 2V=" loaf pans. In small howl, stir together gra~ulated sugar and melted butter, sprinkle over batter in each pan. Bake in 350 degree oven 55 We're proud of you! minutes, or until toothpick in- serted in center comes out dean. Cool in pans on racks i0 minutes. Remove from pans; cool on racks. Makes 2 loaves. CROOK COUNTY JUSTICE OF THE PEACE Speed z Tait Louis Teigen, Camp Crook SD., $70; Paul D. Tillberg, Sand- point, ID., $19; El-An F. Lutz, Piedmont, SD., $18; Gary L. Hummel, Jackson, MN., $19; Mark Alan Falk, Moorcroft, Wyo., $20; Gregory A. Jones, Spearfish, SD., $55; Dna Ray H]oucha, Belle F~e, SD., $19; Sandra R. Cieveringa, Gil- lette, Wyo., $40; Jeff C. Willmon, C~ette, Wyo., $24; George R. Gibb, Cargo, ND., $19; Regina S. Rubin, Shaker Heights, Ohio, $21; Franklin E. Hicks, Phoenix, AZ., $50; Timothy D. Deuter, Rapid City, SD., $17; S~, M. Johner, Gillette, Wyo., $23; Billy O. Barclay, Gillette Wyo., $22; Karl Fechner, Spearfish, SD., $45; Thomas H. Reberts, Pierre, SD., $33; Kristi J. Ivers, Gillette, WYO., $21; Clmrles E. Thelen, Gillette, Wyo., $18; Lynn Paul Kleen, Sundance, Wyo., $21; Michael L. McLsin, Gillette, Wyo., $15. "- DWUI Robert D. Singleton, Gillette, Wyo., $50; Tom B. Thompson, Pinedale, Wyo., $50; Michael R. Stubblefield, Woodrow, CO., $110; Craig Miles Reichert, Sher- idan, Wyo., $30; Dale Ro~ Hasg- gerg, Spearfish; SD., $2,5; Ix~ren Lloyd Pugh, Stewartville, MN., $100; Franklin E. Hicks, Phoenix, AZ., $22. We wish much success to all the Graduates. Thanks for letting us get to know you!