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ziSL >' 30 the Sundance fourth grade class began an association Devils Tower National Monument using a newly written Chase Davies. The class thanks Ranger Sue Skrove Davies for all their time. is the 4th grade class during their field trip to Devils O O the Sundance Fourth class visited Devils Tower Monument. A few of the gabout fleld trip. learned we went what the Itwas 58 We tried to get the tern- from a hole In a rock but : too long so we gave up. We tracks in the mud. beside Devils Tower under there was snow and Icel of the wild flowers studied In school. We also aalall cactus plants. Chase one of the ladies that Tower, gave each glass. We looked up close. My class lot on the trip. by Rachel Sell to Devils Tower was I learned all about Il- ia made when fungus and eJoin. A saying we learned to this Is: Freddie fungus algae took a lichen to but the relationship Is I think that saying neat. group walked around the tower. We ate lunch on rocks. I climbed a couple too. The activities were on rocks and logs. There were prayer bundles too. The Indians put the prayers bundles there. by William Ellsbury At the Devils Tovcer my class had any excellent time. We were split Into three groups. One group went on the Joyner "ITall, one went on the Tower Trail, and one went on the South Trail. Each group had to name their group. I was on the South Trail. We did pH with rocks. We learned about lichens. by Jessica Middleton The trip to Devils Tower was fun. The lichen was nifty. I liked the boulders, l liked the ladder. I thought becoming a Junior Ranger was cool. Mrs. Ellsbury was very nice. I thought the flowers smelled good. I thought the Pasque flowers were neat. We did not see any other flowers while we were there. There were three paths: Joyner, Tower and South. We went on the Tower. There was only one group at each trail. by Anna Rohrbach CasUe, Miss Rodeo Wyoming, visited schools in Crook Monday, May 19. Here she is shown with, left to right: Aladdin Jr. Princess; Kerln Castle; Jayme Humea, County Rodeo Queen; Jenna Moline, Crook County Jr. I county Rodeo Wyoming, Kerin Visited Crook County Monday, May 19. Kerin Vho ranch near [3osier, WY. Pioneer Ranch growing-up years, 4- played a large part in also took part in hlgh college athletics. Kerin is a senior at the University of Wyoming majoring in agricul- tural communications with a mi- nor in farm and ranch manage- ment. She is a member of Alpha Zeta, the ag college honorary and is on the UW Intercollegiate Horse Show Association team. In her visits to Crook County schools, Kerin was accompanied by several of the county rodeo royalty. Elementary roll Hulett Elementary earned a grade point av- L0 or greater for the 4th :heshler, Andrea Dorsett, Deal Lynn Ashley Chelsea Parsons, Elaina t, J.D. Roberts, Jerry r Snook. Symonds, Taylor Klrsten Roberts, Alex Neiman, Andrew Louis Neuenschwander, Heather Backen, Kalyn Buckingham, Jacob Gantz, Kelcl Harvey, Cody Edsall, Charles Maupln, Jacob Mitchell, Carl Reid. Karen Boswell, Jake Essert, Tiff Klinker, Allison Nelman, Nlcole Paauwe, Tara Redinger, Shayla Waugh, Shanna King. Chris Bears, Nlcole Collins. Maryc Goodvin, Hanson Jordan, Hillary Lynn, Otto Schlosser, E.O. Sowerwine. Teresa Brengle, Schlosser, Jade CHRISTOPHER G. LIVINGSTON Sundance 1997 athletes of the year were Chris Livingston and Callle Hllty. They were chosen for their accomplishments during the 1996-97 sports seasons. Track awards for the 1997 season were presented to: Chris March- ant, sprinter; Shannon Kllng, Ii I CALLIE HILTY jumper; Tom Bankenbush, the throw. Girls' awards went to Kristen Kirk, springer, Steffanie Krause,Jumper; Madle Fouch, throws; Callie Hflty, distance. The Bulldog award went to Nicole Hutchinson. The Hulett boys track team fin- the 1600 meter run. IshednlnthattheState'IYackMeet Five Hulett track boys and girls in Casper May 23-24. received special recognition. Zack Zack Jay was champion In the Jay was named the most valuable high Jump at 6'2". He placed sec- member of the boy's team. Carley ond in the 400 meter run with a Shelton was named the most time of 52:63. valuable on the girls' team. Jed Shelton was third in the hlgh The most dedicated track people Jump at 5'8". He came in fifth in the were Nathan Hackett, Kate Snook I l 0 meter hurdles, and Brandee Rlchards. Nathan Hacket finished sixth In , , CODY HUTCHINSON Cody Hutchinson has been se- lected to represent Newcastle High School at the American Legion Boy's State in Douglas, WY May 31 to June 7. Cody has also been chosen to be one of the 50 Wyoming Youth to attend the Wyoming Game and Fish Youth Wildlife Conser- vation Camp held near Dubois, WY in August. He is the son of Mike and Janet Hutchinson of Newcastle and grandson of 8traltor and Elaine Clark of 8undance and Alfred and Ruby Hutchinson of Alad- din, WY. Nancy Peterson is graduate Mount Marry College in Yankton, SD recently released its list of 1997 graduates. The 167 members of the Class of 1997 received their degrees at commencement on May 10. Nancy Peterson, Sundance, re- ceived a bachelor's degree. She Is the daughter of Donald and Suzanne Peterson. SENIOR CITIZEN MENU , HULETT Sunday, June 1 Barbecue chicken, baked potato with both, baked lima beans, cln- namon rolls, orange/raisin cake with orange raisin topping. Monday, June 2 Hamburger steak, baked potato, carrots, wheat bread, peach sauce. Tuesday, June 3 Hamburger/macaroni casserole, peas/cauliflower, raisin bread, peach sauce. Wednesday, June 4 Chicken patty with celery sauce, onion baked potato, green beans, apple ring, chocolate upside down cake. Thursday, June 5 Beef stew with vegetables, cole slawwith pasta and grapes, cheese sticks, baking powder biscuit with honey, peach/puddlng. Friday, June 6 Cup ofbeefchill, crackers, cheese slice, vitamin C fruit salad and pasta, carrot bread, sugar cookie. V.F.W A x iliary The VFW Auxiliary No. 4311 held their regular meeting May 19 with seven members present. President Mary Jean Wilson presided over the meeting. Marlette Snoozy gave an infor- mauve talk before the meeting on sun cancer and also gave helpful literature for members to read. General Orders No. 5 by the Na- Uonal President Efleen Tanner were read and acted upon. Also read was an article by Department President Darlene Townes. The Department Convention will be held in Thermopolis June 12-15 and the National Convention will be in Salt Lake City August 16-2 I. Also the Vietnam Wall will be in Sheridan June 11-15. This would be very impressive to see and members might plan on stopping there on their way to the Depart- ment Convention. Memorial Day was discussed and flags will be placed on the graves and wreaths placed in front of the war memorials. Following the meeting installa- tion of officers was held with past president Donna Allen installing officer. Refreshments were served by hostess Ann Baker. Mary Jean Wilson won the mystery prize. The next meeting will be held June 16 with Evelyn Slsson host- ess. Friendship Bible class to begin There will be a Friendship Bible Class, "Know the Truth," in the park starting on Wednesday, June I I. The Friendship Bible Class Is affiliated with Stonecrofl Ministries in Kansas City, MO and is locally sponsored by the Christian Women's Club. "Know the Truth" is a five-week introductory study on the book of Romans from the New Testament. The class is open to all women of any faith or background and is only I and l/2 hour long. Sessions in the Sundance City Park will tart at 9 a.m. Children are welcome to play on the swings while the class Is In session. For more information, call Peggy Howard at 283-2395. II ........ May 8 Three assist other agency, Sun- dance Police Department. Deputy assisted Sundance officer with a vehicle lockout. Deputy assisted Sundance officer with a civil standby. Deputy assisted Sundance officer with a transient at a local business. Ambulance assist. Deputy as- sisted with an accident between a bicycle and a pedestrian. Animal complaint. Deputy located MAY 29, 1997 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 7 a loose cow on the highway and stood by on scene until the owner arrived to get the cow off the highway. Moorcroft ambulance dispatched to an accident. May 9 Alarm. Deputy responded to check on an alarm. Everything was okay just a false alarm. Other agency assist, Sundance Police Department. Sundance of- flcer responded to assist deputy on alarm call. Traffic complaint received. Deputy responded to the area and talked to both parties involved in the complaint. Burglary reported. Deputy re- sponded to the area and case is under investigation. Motorist assist. Deputy received a report of a vehicle stuck on a county road but was unable to reach the vehicle because of road conditions. A fireman was in the area, was able to get to the vehicle and able to assist getting It to the highway. Moorcroft ambulance dispatched for a transfer to Gillette. May 10 Two motorist assists. Deputy stopped to assist a mo- torist, all was okay Just looking at the scenery. Deputy stopped to assist a mo- torist, all was okay Just pulled over to get some rest. Traffic complaint of vehicle rac- ing around. Deputy responded to the area but had negative contact with the vehicle. REDDI report. Deputy had nega- tive contact with the vehicle. Harassing calls reported. Deputy talked with complainant and case Is under investigation. Other agency assist, Sundance Police Department. City officer assisted deputy by talking to a subject in the harassing calls case reported above. Minor in possession. Received a report of a party going on and minors being involved in drinking. Deputy responded to the area but had negative contact with anyone in the reported area. Ambulance dispatched in the Hulett area. Of all my wife's rela- tions i like myself best. ---Joe Cook Whispering Pines Chiropractic, P.O. Dr. John Chancy & Dr. Susan Reed i Chiropractic Care... II because your health is a valuable resource. Jl 846 (605) 642- 2268 Call today for your appointment Main Street ~ Spearfish, SD 57783 II THE COO WE'RE BACK......to Summer Hours Open 'til 9:00 pm ~ Mon - Fri BANANA SPL IT Nightly Specials 5:00- 9:00 Reg. $2.49 423 Cleveland, Sundance Phone 283-2450 * 1-800-373-2450 JUNE 8, 1997 Registration at Hulett High School 8.ml to 2 p.m. Walk finished by 5 p.m. Distance 10 KM OR 6.2 Miles Walk will be at: DEVI,L For information call: SALLY ANN NEIMAN Ph: 307-467-5252 Sponsored by: Northern Hills Walking Club and Devils Tower Golf & County Club 22-23 TOPICS FOR SENIORS June 25, 1997 - 7 PM TO 9 PM SUNDANCE SENIOR CITIZENS CENTER 22o N 2nd ADVANCE DIRECTIVES: LIVING WILLS Mark Hughes, Attorney ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE Dr. Robert Martino SAFETY IN THE HOME Roni Kramer, Physical Therapist Partial funding of this workshop is made available through a grant of $2%399 from the UJ. Department of Health and Human Services Healthcore Ftnanctnl Admlnistratlo Seven percent of the total grant, or $1,9Z7 are matching funds from Campbell County Memorial Hospital.