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:ii!!: "Pinocchio", performed by Missoula Children's Theatre and a supporting cast of 50 local young people, was well received in Sundance Saturday with s full house at both performances. Angela Rinaldi [Pinocchio] and Michael Shooner [Gepetto] held auditions Monday, May 5 and went straight into rehearsals that night. By Saturday, lines were memorized, stage directions worked out and costumes were assigned. Top, an Urchin [Melissa Farver] s~ows Pinocchio what happens to his nose when he tells a lie, while t~e Blue Fairy [Lisa,Kuenne] ejzcourages him to become a real boy. in the background, Jiminy Cricket [Heidi Moilenbrink] sleeps through it all. Middle, Candelwick [Jason Sandy] and his gang [1-r Grant Robb, Matt Christoph, Chris Palmer and Mike Leger] prove to Pinocchio how cool they are. Bottom. The Cat [Kristi Tschetter] is helped into her makeup by Michael Shooner. Photos by Pat LatEen by Rosa Vesser are forming a group of 40 for a .... i%2 by Irene Fowlkes May I0, 1986 Old Man Winter just had to sweep through the country once more to take a bite through our area although temperatures didn't get much below 32 degrees. Unofficial readings show we have received nearly three inches of moisture in May. Our snow depth here at Hulett was about six inches .with it melting underneath. In the New Haven area north and west of town they reported a depth of 12 to 14 inches of wet heavy snow from Thursday the 8th through Friday. We didn't have a mail delivery from Moor- croft on Friday due to the road closings in and around Moorcroft. Today, May 10, we have clear sunny skies and warm tempera- tures. I have been meaning to send out word across news land if you have any news-worthy items you would like to have put in the column please call me 467-5678 or send to Box 241 Hulett, Wy. I appreciate all who has given me their news as this makes my job a lot easier. I have heard from ones from as far away as Maine, Arizona, California and Idaho how much they enjoy the items, as well as many of you here at home. The Mother's Day Luncheon put on by the Buttons and Bows Club at the Community Building at New Haven was postponed Friday the 9th due to the weather. and is being held today. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Dirks were in town, from the hills, on Saturday the 10th to shop and Mrs. Dirks called on Nell Karl- son. John Edlund, Sturgis, who de- livers for Sturgis Meat Service in Hulett, called on Irene Fowlkes on Friday the 10th. John was a classmate of Dee Fowlkes and is a long time friend of the family: Mrs. Mamie Stoddard and sister Helena Ista were recent callers at the Art Burbage and Effie Jolley homes. The Burbages have just had new carpeting laid and purchased new furniture for their home, which they are enjoy- ing very fnuch. The retired teachers from here who attended the meeting at Aladdin on May 5 were Mrs. Lee Waugh, Mrs. Mamie Stoddard and Mrs. Margaret Cheshier. The purpose of these meetings are to get together every three months for visiting and to celebrate those who had birthdays in that time period. Mr. and Mrs. Thad Brimmer were among those who came to town on the 6th to vote. They just returned home from a trip to Hamilton, Mont.. to visit Mrs. Brimmer's sister Vivian and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Roberts at Pollson. They traveled as far north to Flat Head Lakes and south to Riverton. coming home by Casper. They report having seen a lot of beautiful country, especially in Montana. Mrs. BOb Bush was in from the ranch on the 6th to meet her sister Mary of Gillette and her mother who was returning home from a trip to Casper to visit a daughter there. Mrs. Parker has just re- cently returned home from spend- ing the winter in Arizona at her daughter Pats. She expects to be at home in Hulett this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Anselm {Jr.} Wolf of Belle Fourche was out to his mother's on May 6th to visit and to clean the yard. They lunched at the Ponderosa cafe at noon. The Girl Scouts are planning a Court of Awards on the 16th of May. The purpose of this is to give out awards and membership pins. They plan their first day camp June 5, 6 and 7. If any one has questions please call Mrs. John (Justin) Reid 467-5936. Mrs. Donna Allison of Miles City rode the Alzada mail on Wednesday the 7th to Hulett where she will spend some time visiting her sister Mrs. Gertie Atkinson. The Girl Scouts donated wooden baskets with crepe paper flowers to the Buttons and Bows Club of New Haven to be given away for the Mother's Day Luncheon on May 10. The luncheon was orginally scheduled for Friday the 9th but due to the storm it was set up for the 10th. Mrs. Helen Hauber was taken to Gillette where she entered the hospital on May 1 for a complete physical check up. She was dis- missed on the 3rd and spent the night with her daughter and family, the Dick Conzlemans. Her family brought Helen home on Sunday. Mrs. Hauber is feeling much better at this time, and she sure does appreciate all her good friends, neighbors and family for their kindness to her. Dr. and Mrs. Earl Frisbie ar- rived back home in New Haven Saturday the 3rd, having spent the winter at their home in Tombstone, Arizona. On their way home they stopped at Las Vegas, Nev. to visit her daughter Betty and husband Walt Cunday in their new home. They stopped in Gillette where they visited Mrs. Frisbie's grandson and family, before arriving home on Sunday. Mrs. Frisbie reports not long before they started their homeward journey Tommy and Sammy Thomas came to visit them at Tombstone. Thursday evening, May 8th, a baby shower was given to Darlene Cheshier in honor of her new baby boy, Derek, in the fellow- ship hall of the Assembly of God Church, hosted by the W.M.'s of the Church. Before Mrs. Cheshier opened her many useful gifts, a lunch of frosted ribbon loaf sand- wiches, relish trays, crackers and spread, punch and coffee was served to about 20 guests. Special guests who attended were Mrs. Margaret Cheshier, who is great- aunt to Derek, and Mrs. Cheshier's sisters, Jarri and Linda Corrigan, Newell, SD. The senior dtizens invited guests to the monthly noon day meal at the Ponderosa Care on the 7th in celebration of Mother's Day. Following the meal they went to the senior citizen center where they were entertained by music teacher Linda Collins, Erica and Kristin Knutson, and Brenda Waugh with singing and musical numbers. Aladdin by Aline McGilliway Except that some nights have been too cold, this week, we are having near perfect weather, for this time of year, with occasional rains, and days that warm up to near 90, One can almost see new grass, baby calves, and other young things grow. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hughes, Nina Williams returned three week's tour of England, Wednesday after visit- Scotland, Ireland and Wales. The three months in Casper group met recently for breakfast ~rkansas, where her and were surprised to find vs and their families live. friends; no one knew the others "in-law in Arkansas, Cecil were going until the breakfast. is in poor health but they Mrs. Bope is the former Ruth will be better with the Garman and graduated from eather coming. She said Moorcroft high school. ~was really glad to be Card Club Notes. The 500 Card enjoyed being away the Club met Thursday, April 24, at ~nths during w~nter, the center with three tables of and Mrs. Ray Holmes, 500 enjoyed during the after- a, who have been in noon. High score was won by gton, D.C. the past few Rosa Vesser, second by Mrs. visiting Roy's daughter, Bertha Waymire, traveling by TO these graduating seniors on regular grandson Jamie and Mrs. Isabel Davis and low by aives, plans to return Mrs. Katherine Mellott. Hostess ' week. A friend flew was Mrs. Elsie Helmer. price TOP or B(YI'I M of their choice. Just let us n Billings and on the Bingo at the senior citizens the friend will meet center Friday~ April 25 was at- bring them to Sheridan. tended by 21 with Herb Jesperson know you're graduating. Offer good through June arced that they were calling. Hostesses were Mrs. ,u)cdtrip. Doris Jesperson and Mrs. ~tlA. Mrs. Edwin Sisson and Gladyce Schlattman. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dennis Mrs. Leroy Fuller at- of New Haven took Mrs. Lucy t business in Billings a days last week and Jones of Carlile to Belle Fourche Lat the weather was Sunday afternoon where she entered the hospital. She hopes a letter from Mrs. she will only be in for a couple of Me of La Mesa, Calif., days. We wish her the best of Ph. 283-2082 Sumtauee she and her husband luck. MAY 15, 1986 THE SUNDANCE TIMES of Aladdin, have a grandson, Thomas Hughes, on the carrier Enterprise. They were more than interested to learn that the Enter- prise has recently been moved out PAGE 13 of the ,Red Sea, where she was stationed to the Mediterranean. As migration continues, more . stragglers drop in at Mac's Fly Inn Diner. This week, chipping sparrows have arrived, whether passing by or to spend the sum- mer remains to be seen. One towhee continues to feed under the diner, towhee fashion, which means scratching out seeds, just as so many tame chickevs might do. The white crowned sparrows are no longer in evidence, but a small flock of pine siskins ap- peared at the Diner, today, com- panionably feeding with the chip- ping sparrows that are still here. On April 25, Mr. and Mrs. John Moline drove to Laramie, where they attended the Brand of Excel- lence Scholarship Banquet, honoring all agriculture college scholarship winners. Their ~sen, Brett, received a scholarship from the Farmland Industry, Inc. The Mollnes also visited Kevin and Galen, while they were in Lar- amie. Saturday morning found the Molines going on to Riverton, where they visited the Dan Moline family, making the ac- quaintance of their newest grand- child, Garth, who was born Jan- uary 23. On their way home,, Monday, they stopped in Sun-~ dance to have dinner with the John Moline, Jr. family, and that evening, John Sr. attended a Legion meeting, while Margaret went to a meeting of the Legion Auxiliary. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hansen, Lovell, Wyomin_g, recently visited their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Major Miller, and Major's mother, Mrs. Marshall Miller. Robins are up early these days, as always, calling all the choir members for their daily musical presentation. Late sleepers miss that delightful chorus. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Curren and family drove to Medicine Bow,' Nebraska, Saturday, in order to be there the next day to help Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Curren, Sr. celebrate their 49th wedding ann- iversary. and Component Needs * Hoses * Control Valves * Fittings (Crimp and Reusable) 106 Main Also Special Orders Industdal Supply :I Hulett 307-467-5245 I Glenn Groves Sat., May 17- Upton, Wyo. , Sale time 9:30 a.m. SALE LOCATION: AT BUSSINESSES AT WEST HWY 16 Fortin Estate Mobile Home & Camper Sales i All items new ~rdess noted otherwise Smoke detectors, 25/16 in. ball hitches large shank, (5) 12 ton jacks, maytag washer & dryer set, hot point washer, other electric dryers in working condition, fridgidaire automatice washer, carpet remants, curtains & bedspreads, small kitchen appliances, box springs & matresses all sizes, 48in. preformed bathroom countertop & sink, (2) hanging swag lights, (3) dinet sets, (2 formica & 1 wooded), new & used end tables & coffee tables, easy chairs & recliner, small wooden desk, electric fire place, assortment of lamps (new & used), small stands with drawers (2 sets), new dresser with mirroe slight damage, head boards & foot boards all sizes, dinet chair frames, alums-dome parts & accessories, bar stools, miscellaneous furnace pipes, tv antennas, couch and chair {brown), kitchen sinks, springs for mobile homes, mobile home axils, used tires 4&6 ply, 20in. 8 ply truck tires, misc. car & truck chains, coppertone 17 cu. ft. refridgerator, 30in. gas range, power take off winch, mobile home steps & decks, frames for skirtting assembled, camper jacks, 30 gal. fresh water tank for self contained camper, window and assorted doors-entrance-interior & closet, wood beams (pre-finished), armstrong ceiling tile 12x24, trailer house~ anchors, cabinet doors, camper cushions, vinyl for sale signs (large) open house style, truck mirroe frames, oil furnaces, 3/8x6 1 ft. read-i-rod, large supply of plumbing supplies & fittings, toilet bowl, porcelain sinks {bathroom), dolly wheels and stands, Squirrel cage fans and motors various sizes, guttering and down spouts, aluminum skirting for mobile home, heat-o-later fireplace, lawnboy 21in. lawnmower, steel desk. THESE ITEMS WILL SELL AT 1:00 P.M. REGARDLESS OF PROGRESS OF SALE. VEHICLE 1974 Chevy half ton pickup MOBILE HOMES 1977 35ft. Teton park camper 1978 40ft. Teton park camper 10ft. Wide mobile home Following Fortin sale Upton Lumber Co. Merchandise Reduction Sale All items are new Toys, Clothing: Men's - western boots, red wing work boots, sweaters, jeans, sweat suits, tennis shoes, windbreakers. Women's - work boots, dress boots, winter suits, slacks, jeans, shoes, sweat suits, tennis shoes, dress shoes, blouses, lots more women's apparel and JEWELRY. Women's - work boots, dress boots, winter suits, slacks, jeans, shoes, sweat suits, tennis shoes, dress shoes, blouses, lots more women's apparel and JEWELRY. Childrens- slacks, shirts, blouses, shoes, tennis shoes, moon boots. Assorted winter coats, caps & mittens, 50 gallons komac paints, white plastic border fence, 100 amp arc welder, welding~~ tips, gauges, welding rods, hammers, commercial breoms,: hinges, latches, boxes of builders hardware (many}, 50 lb. boxes. of assorted nails, 18 drawer nail bin w/assortment of naris,: v-belts, 220 electric wire, assorted paneling, plastic electric:~ conduit pipe, wooden decorative letters, {4) rolls of brown. wrapping paper, christmas albums, (LP & cassette}, lawn r~es,: melding, large assortment of bolts, sink rnus, {2) mils of wm.dow~ screen, plastic pvc elbows & fittings, down spouts & cuttermg, dimensional lumber, some cedar lumber, aluminum storm _ windows, patio screen doer, basement casement windows, {10) V barn sash windows, assorted single pain glass, complete line dura-wall chimney pipe & fittingS, metal-bestos pipe & fittings, formica counter topping, (3) kitchen cab!net,s (~), (10) squares of assorted tits-on shingles, (10) sheets 4 x8 xV~in, damaged sheet r~k, {50) wooden pallets, window wells, swamp cooler~. screen doors, birch and mahogany doors & prehung doors; wooden storm doors, entrance doors, casement windows,""ldbifol closet doors, indoor outdoor carpet, sheets of al.umin." urn..., Bat insulation (fiber glass), drywall ,~,m~, su~ed ~: "d~, 5 gal. of master seal, galv pipe, 1V,' , sucher rod, 1 t/, xl t/~ al~g. le iron, 1000 bricks, 500 of 1 ' black plastic pipe, ~teel post ties, mobile home axel, cast iron fittings (sewer}, very large assortment of bolts, komac 12 station paint mixer. BEAR LODGE AUCTION SERVICE Norval Waller, Auctioneer Fa. 283.1600