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ii, iii ? Silent Singers will appear in SundanceExact English] and hand gestures. While talking to Saturday, May 17. each other they use the manual alphabet or finger group of 15 children performs musical spelling. using sign language to educate the Perfomances will be held at 1 p.m. in Hulett at the and entertain the deaf. The children range school lunchroom and in Sundance at 7 p.m. in the from eight years to 16 years old and are under elementary school. The Sundance performance will of Debra Moerke. be free and a small donation will be asked in Hulett Combination of sign languages is used to reach to defray the group's expenses. any age or level of signing. LanguagesThe Silent Singers are sponsored in Sundance by [American Sign Language], SEE {SigningSundance Art Line and in Hulett by the Devils Tower Area Arts Council. Y. quilting bee at Crook County Public Library, is in full swing this week with quilters and old, inexperienced and expert lending a When completed, the quilt will be raffled off at the annual CCBQA Quilt Festival and the money donated to a local charity. helped Jim celebrate his birthday with a pre-birthday dinner, his birthday is May 5. Others enjoy- ing the luscious dinner included Jim's sons and wives, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Bowers and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bowers who all live on the Bowers ranch, the daughter, Susie, was unable to be home for the event. Lake on June 7; if there is enough A motorcycle was found aban- interest, a field trip to Keyhole doned west of Moorcroft. The will also be offered, owner was traced and he picked it New books in Sundance library up. include Alistair MacLean's THE April 30 LONELY SEA, a collection of The SO and local police depart- short stories that includes rousing meets assisted the Highway adventure yarns of wartime bat- Patrol in trying to locate a man ties, rescues from sinking ships, wanted in Gillette but were un- and gunboat espionage and in- successful. trigue. This is a compelling and Vandalism was reported to a dramatic treasury of vintage fence around the monument on MacLean. Campstool Hill. It appeared that a YOUR INCREDIBLE CAT: vehicle ran into it. Still under UNDERSTANDING THE investigation. SECRET POWERS OF YOUE Assisted people who had found PET, by David Greene. Here is a a saddled horse. The owner was wealth of information on the located and found to be all right, history of the cats, their lang- the horse had gotten away. uage, special intelligence, per- May 1 sonality, and social life. It in- It was reported that a horse cludes a series of tests that allow valued at $1,000 was shot and you to assess your own cat's IQ killed in the Pine Ridge area. Still and psychic talents, under investigation. PRIZE STORIES: THE Arrested David Hill on a O.HENRY AWARDS 1986 -19 Weston county warrant and trans- prize-winning short stories by ported him to Weston county established writers and new- immediately. comers as well. A Special Award Received a REDDI report form for Continuing Achievement has the Aladdin area but officers been given to Joyce Carol Oates could not locate the vehicle or for her story "Master Race," in driver. which ~ young woman traveling Arrested Joe Kubik, Alzada on with her lover in Europe comes a REDDI report from the Aladdin face-to-face with the sometimes area. brutal nature of a lost innocence. This 66th edition of the O.Henry Awards anthology carries on a distinguished tradition of pre- senting works of the highest quality in recent fiction. RUTH MONTGOMERY: An accident was reported four or five miles east of Moorcroft on Highwpy 15. Officers could find no accident. May 3 Assisted travelers with money for gas and oil from the church aid HERALD OF THE NEW AGE by fund. , Ruth Montgomery with Jeanne May 4 Farland. This is the spiritual A gun was found at the Moor- odyssey of the world's leading croft rest area. The SO is trying to psychic authority, and it includes trace the owner. predictions for the coming rail- A minor accident was reported lennium, west of Moorcroft near the Dil- SPACE, TIMB, INFINITY: linger ranch. THE SMITHSONIAN VIEWS Assisted a traveler with money THE UNIVERSE, by James S. for a motel and meal from the Trefil. This beautifully and church aid fund. The following heavily illustrated book about our day assisted her with a ride to universe includes the earliest his- Spearfish at her request. tory of astronomy, awesome dis- Received a complaint of litter- coveries in the expanding know- ing west of Sundance on Highway ledge of the universe, and stirring 14. Still under investigation. new frontiers in astrophysics and space exploration. Dr. JamesTre- May 6 fil is a professor of physics at the Tools were reported stolen University of Virginia and a fellow from the Beulah area. Still under of the American Physical Society, investigation. as well as a frequent contributor A complaint was received from to various science magazines, the Moskee area that loggers had torn out a corner fence. Still SO REPORT under investigation. April 28 May 7 Received a complaint that a dog A business in South Dakota had bitten a child east of Moor- called to complain of an insuf- croft. Officer talked to all parties ficient funds check from a Crook involved; no complaints were County resident. Still under in- signed at that time. vestigation. Assisted travelers with money The theft of a CB radio from a vehicle in Hulett was reported. for food from the church aid fund. Still under investigation. April 29 ~iv~a complaint that a dog May I0 was ~ ~ ~~ the Throe horses were reported Hulett area. Officer t~l~ed to all ~ on Highway 585. County parties involved, deputies rounded them up and MAY 15, 1986 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 15 put them in a pasture. Crook county kids at a track meet in Gillette were heard using obscene language over the school bus radios and were heard as far awaz as So~th Dakota. Still under investigation. It was reported that a pickup truck was driving around the Hulett rodeo grounds and tearing up the arena. The truck had left when officers arrived and the complainants would not sign a complaint. Assisted a motorist on 1-90 "in the Coal Divide area. Gas was reported stolen from the Sundance Texaco but officers were unable to locate the vehicle. May 11 Assisted a motorist at the !-90/ Highway 111 interchange. Old cars, scrap tires, and con- struction rubble provide better refuge for marine life than natural reefs, says National Wildlife magazine. Fish need privacy for spawning and protection from strong ocean currents and dis- carded junk does a better job than nature of providing protection. WELCOME! SECLWTY INSURANCE Ph. 283.1182 Sundance REYNOLDS 38 miles southeast of Gillette, 31 ~iles south of Gillette on Hwy 5g or g mile north of Wright then ~o 5 miles east & 2 miles south - watch For sions. SATURDAY, MAY 17- lOAM VEHICLES -- EQUIPMENT -- TOOLS -- HORSES [974 Ford CTOO carver, new engine, new transmission, w/20' Omaha standard folddo~n rack, hoist, single axle, excellent cond.--o[980 Superior 24' gooseneck flat~d w/tand~ axle, dual w~eels & ra~---~g75 Jeep Wagoneer, aut~mtic, P.S., P.Bo air, goc,~ cond.---~963 Char. Bel Air ~/dc,~r standard w/283 en- gine. clearw i owner, runs go,---Oliver 60 row cr~)() tractor, runs gc, od---H Famall trac~or---l~' Omaha Standar~ fold dOWn rack, brahe new---Giant combfnation 13' truck bed---~hl feed w~gon---Johnson workhorse loader---J 0 8" cultivator on rub- bar---Case I0' du~ rake---J D farm wagon---wide front end for H tractor---cab for ~ tractor---2 bottom P&O PlOW---3OO gal. gas tank---2B' storage van---~O portable panels---pony wagon & ~arness---one ~orse sleigfl---hames, bridle bits, neck yokes, single trees, wagon wneels, saddle & tacx---saddle rack-'- fold dOwn Omaha Standard pickup rack---oickup rack---p~t hole I -digger---tire ~chine, air driven---air coffa~ressor---arc ~lder- + ---auto gate---tO' oil tank granary---~ PTO's ?0" trucke---O~ ~acks---bale elevator---~It driven hyd. pun,)---gas & diesel comb- +natlon tank for pickup w/hand pt~O---h~r mill---big m~tal tool box---rake wneels---grease'gtles--~anvit---10~s of arena lights---traps---tarOs---acetylene hose---5 gal. gas can---woo4 tool oox---3 Motorola 2-way raOio's, llO watt---2 C8 po~er boosters---chicken brooder---antique corn planter----~tsc. yr. did broke sorrel ~re, J.~. King breedlng--- 7 yr. aid ~roke sorrel mare, Klnq breeding. FURNITURE -- ANTIQUES -- GUNS Westinghouse electric cook stove---~rge dryer---)(e~e dryer--- crib---cream separator---Jenn-Air el~tric oven, built-in mo~l-- Cornonado gas range---sw~m9 cooler---cabinet stereo, ta~ player, I rsdio---Hammond organ---tables---oortable s~r~-r~c0r~ plal~r--- guitars---2 electric adding machines---excerciser---ice ska~es--- Dressmaker sewing machint~---close circui~W---night stand--- electric bro(~---autmmOi le air cooler---antigua ~ffet---tr~JcX load of fire~mo(~---lot of misc. ~UNS: Winc~ster 1903 Sears i mo~l 25 22 automatic rlfle---Winchesr~er 22 aut~tlc rifle--- 22 meonum over 20qaooe Savane shotqun, like new. TERMS: CASH ~oc &eep~mbZm for Ae.,c.id~mgs~ BUTCH & ELL/$ REYNOt.D~ ~ ( FLA. DICK MADER & SONS, AUCTIONEERS $*l~e~e, Wym. - ~, ~]#M2 This Week at Your Library Homestake schoolstudents recently celebrated the end of Pizza Hut Book-It Reading Contest with a pizz~party of Pizza Hut. in grades one and three received certificates for personal Pizzas each month for their required reading. One kindergarten Travis Busenitz, read several books on his level. An eighth Kendra Eldridge, read 11,754 pages during the year. teacher Barbara Eldridge said that she was very proud of committment to the reading program and thanked Pizza its concern for the development of reading skills. left to right, are: front, Travis Buseuitz, kindergarten; Brown, Lacy Anderson and Cody Dennis, first graders; back, Roberts, third and Kendra Eldridge, eighth. Country Music Foundation ot which Billie Jo is one of the singers. Mr. Johnson and his daughter who live near Oshoto visited Mr. and sons, Jordan and Mrs. Herman White and Dan Josh, left Sundance Friday Monday. School and drove to Marion, Mrs. Bill Spongier -of near where they visited Deb'sHulett visited at Herman White's Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Tuesday morning and reported They returned to their she was returning home from on Sunny Divide Sunday spending some time with her husband, Bill, who is still receiv- Tom Beagle and Florence ing theraphy at a Denver Hospital of Sundance visited and is improving, slowly. We Oudin Wednesday after- wish Bill could return home soon. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Taylor ban were also callers at Opal Roy Conzelman and Bob Wenger visited Friday evening during the past week. with Mr. and Mrs. Herman White Roger Rathbun, Mrs. and Dan at their home on Tower and sons, Brad and Divide. went to Tower Westat Mr. and Mrs. Herman White Saturday afternoon where accompanied Terry Weichert and attended an "Autograph Helen Ellard to the Jim bowers entertainment by home located near Broadus, of the Wyoming Montana, Sunday, where they a May 12-16, 1986 Don't miss the Quilting Bee going on at Sundance library this week! Helen Ellard and other CCBQA members are working on a sampler quilt of old-fashioned designs, and everyone is invited to come join in. Even if you're not a quilter, you'll enjoy watching some homespun art in the making. Some of the patterns include Monkey Wrench {Hole in the Barn Door) Fifty-Four-Forty- or-Fight, Cleopatra's Puzzle, Clay's Choice, and Friendship Block. Because of last Friday's bliz- zard, the scheduled Brown Bag lunch was postponed. Gisele Robinson will tell about Shells of the Caribbean this Friday, May 16, at noon in the library. All Brown Bag lunch programs are free and beverages are served. Bring your lunch, bring a friend, and enjoy a fascinating half-hour : program. - *+.,~ ~ r. + + ", " On May 23, Jean Adams willbe ~ l~ back for another Brown Bag lunch f.. program on birds -- those of you .... who missed her earlier program, now's your chance to learn about birds of this area. The program is titled "Spring Birds of the Black Hills," and it will also include information on unusual migrants. Jean-will cover identification by sight and sound, nest box infor- mation, exciting finds from the bird study at Keyhole, and how you can join this important study. Slide pictures will be shown on the Sandhill Crane migration in Nebraska and on birds of the Black Hills in Wyoming. 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