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PAGE 10 THE SUNDANCE TIMF_ MAY 29, 1997 r9 ek SHANNON M. KLING The Sundance track team came home from the state meet in Casper this last weekend with two cham- pionships. Shannon Kiing claimed his third state championship in the high jump (6'2"). Callle Hilty won the 3200 meter run with a tlme of 12:37. She also placed second in the 1600 meter race while posting a school record time of 5:39:09. Callle placed sixth in the 800 meter race. Madle Fouch placed fourth in the discus with a throw of I 13'04". The 3200 glrIs relay team (Kristen Kirk, Madle Fouch, Nlcole Hutchinson, and Callie Hilty} placed third with a Ume of I0:39. Area school placings included Upton, boys 2A state track cham- pion. Moorcroft placed tenth ana Sundance was fifteenth. The Upton girls' track team was state champion.. Sundance placed ninth and Moorcrofl was elgh- teenth. CALLIE HILTY Cora Waunetta Carson Graveslde services and Interment for Cora Waunetta Carson. 88, a Iongtime Sundance, WY resident, were held at l 1:00 a.m. on Wednesday, May 28, 1997 In the Mount Moriah Cemetery at Sun- dance. The Rev. Scott Danlels, pastor of the United Methodist Church of Sundance omclated at the services. Cola died on Friday, May 23, 1997 at the Crook County Memo- rial Hospital Swing-bed Unit. Cola was born on November 27, 1908 in Centralla in Marion County, Illinois, the daughter of Charles F. and Mary Alcora (Mar- tin) Carson. She grew up in Sun- dance and worked in various homes and worked at the Crook County Memorial Hospital in Sundance for ten years. Fidler-Roberts Northeastern Wyoming Funeral Chapel of Sun- dance was in charge of arrange- ments. Berenice "Gram" Chatfield Inez Berenlce Belshe Chatfleld, 98, died May 22, 1997 at Crook County Memorial Hospital, Sun- dance, WY. She had lived alone in her ranch home until hospitaliza- tion three weeks ago. Family services were held at the Church of Christ in Sundance on Sunday, May25 at 2 p.m. followed by graveside services at M t. Moriah Cemetery. Marvin Massey offici- ated and music was provided by Connie Hannah and Marlene Edwards. Pallbearers were Berenice's great- grandsons, Gary and Scott Crosby, Travls Thorn, Todd and Tate Chatfleld and Dane Wflley. Hon- orary pallbearers, great grandsons- In-law, were Rob Connour, Rich Gibbs, Eric Wright, Brian Jore and Brandon Selk. Berenlce, known to family and NOR]II[RN friends as "Gram," was born July 7, 1898 the daughter of J.J. "Jack" Belshe and Kate Idell (Eaton) Belshe, on her family's homestead on Houston Creek, and lived most of her llfe within walking distance of the house where she was born. She attended school through eighth grade on Houston Creek. and then received a teaching cer- tlflcate from the Spearfish Normal in Spearfish. SO. She taught school In Arpan, SD and also near Blddle, MT. She filed on a homestead in Montana. proved up on it. and then sold it to move back to the family ranch. Soon after coming back to the ranch Berenice met Edward "Eddie" Chatfleld. They were married, and to their union three children were born: Elvera Morris, Buffalo, WY, Edward "Fritz", deceased, and Charles "Chipper" of the family ranch. They also raised their nephew, Donald Grubb, from the age of five. In 1919 the young couple moved to White River, SD, to winter their livestock. They returned to Sun- dance in 1920 and ran the family ranch until they retired and turned their ranching operation over to their sons. After their retirement Eddie and Berenlce traveled a great deal, and she loved to reflect on trips they took to Alaska, Arizona and Mexico. In 1990 Berenice re- ceived a citation from the Governor of Wyoming recognizing the Chat- field ranch for remaining in a single family for over 100 years. "Gram" was vitally interested in the world around her. She was active In pollUcs, was a longtime secretary of the local and county Farm Bureau organizaUons, was treasurer of the Church of Christ for many years, and served on the Crook County Library Board. She spent her life caring for others. She and Eddie served as morticians for the entire community for years. She was a natural-born nurse, and responded to medical emergencies throughout the area as well as providing long-term nursing care in her home for countless people. Berenice created a home which served as a social center for a large community. She loved to make cookies and pies, and those who were privileged to eat at her table classified them as prize-wlnnIng. Gram's only real boast was her claim to be the "best sheepherder in Wyomingr' She is survived by her children. Elvera and "Chipper." her foster son Don, his wife Sue, their children and graJiddaughter, her daugh- ters-ln-law Margery and Ethel Chatfleld, and five grandchildren and their spouses: Eva Rush and husband, Elvin; Patsy Crosby and husband, Lee; Ed Chatfleld and wife, Bernadette; NancyThorn and husband, John; and Cheryl Wales and husband, Terry. There are also 14 great-grandchildren and 6 great- great grandchildren. Bernelce was preceded in death by her husband, Eddie, her son, Fritz, and son-In-law, Leo Morris. A memorial has been established to the Crook County Medical Sys- tems. Fldler-Roberts Northeastern Wyoming Funeral Chapel of Sun- dance, WY was in charge of ar- rangements. JUSTICE COURT Overweight/Overslze Vehicle George Bayer, Del Rio, TX. $45. Failure to Appear Michael Francis Dorsch, Sheri- dan, WY, $120. Driving While Under the Influence Michael A~ Vincent, Rapid City, SO, $300.00 Fine. $20.00 Court Costs, $50.00 Victim's Compen- sation Surcharge, 30 Days in Jail. Jail Sentence Suspended, placed on I year probation. Clifford Moya, Sundance, WY, Fine $350.00, Court Costs $20, The circus is coming to Crook County on Thursday. June 19 at the fairgrounds. Free passes were distributed through the elemen- tary schools to all students 12 years and under by the Crook County Fair Board. The circus is as American as hot dogs and baseball. It is a family tradition to bring children of all ages to see the big show. under canvas. "fhe Crook County Fair Board is proud to bring this unique art form to the county June 19. Two performances will be pre- sented at 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. Special reduced-rate tickets are available at the Fair Office now through June 18. Advance tickets are $5.00 for adults, children 12 years and un- der will be given a free pass. Ticket prices at the gate on the day of the show will be $8 for adults and $5 for children 12 years and under. The American circus dates back to the very beginning of our nation. During the introduced the big top. circuses have toured providing unlq millions of people. Does your car or truck need an alic ADAMS REPAIR & VlcUms Compensation $50, Jail 30 Days, Suspended 29 Days, Pro- bation 6 Months, Alcohol Evalua- tion. Week of May 5, 1997 Bpeeding John Flelschman, Sturgls, SD, 76/65, $60; Marilyn VanBuren, Gillette, WY, 80/60, 8150; Daniel Lloyd, Rapid City, SO, 84/75. $85; Allen Fenner, Moorcroft, WY, 73/ 65, $57. Cory Sylliaasen, Irene, SO, 85/ 75. $90; David Stinson, La Fayette, TN 82/75, $75; Jeffrey Ring, Spearfish, SO, 82/75, $70; Matyas Kiss, St. Louis, MI. 82/75, $75. Timothy Helm, East Otto, NY, 81/75, 870; Ryan Woodard, Up- ton, WY, 77/65, $64; Susette Stiles- Hofland. Sundance, WY, 73/65, 852; Bruce Kottraba, Moorcroft, WY, 83/75, $80. Adrianne Carrier, Hulett, WY, 76/ 65, $66; Ivan Pollcky, Sundance, WY 87/75, SII0; Robert R. Eksteen, Charlottesville, VA, 85/ 75, $90. Ernest S. Smlth, Ogllvte, MN, 80/ 75, $65; James R. Strain. Rapid City, SO, 87/75, $105; Gerald E. Leger, Rozet, WY, 80/75, $65. No Oversize/Overweight Permit James Sanders, Tucson, AZ, $I00. Overweight Vehicle Timothy Land, Sundance. WY, $70. No Valid Vehicle Registration Arun Kumar, Plttsburg, CA, $50. Hunt In Wrong Area Daniel Lundquist, Grand Rap- ids, MN, $200. Driving Under Suspension, Speeding, No Insurance and KY, 82/75, $70; Laurel Foster, Rapid City, SO, 86/75, $95. Jodi Kurry, Billings, MT 82/75, $75; Rodney Tapp, Scotland, SO, 81/75, $75; Beverly Lawson. Gil- lette. WY, 82/75, $75. Expired Drivers License John Llsk, Newport, KY, $50. Fail to Maintain and Repair Commercial Vehicle Charles Hughes, MldwayTransp., Bartless, TN, $I 50; Douglas Haar, Wagaman Trucking. Sundance, WY, $I 50; Foster/Moncur Truck- ing, Belle Fourche, SO, $300; Kevin Clem. Foster/Moncur Trucking, Belle Fourche, SO, $600; Jered Kindsfater, Foster/Moncur Trucking, Belle Fourche, SO, $300. Overweight/Oversize Vehicle Gary Otteson, Moody Implement, Pierre. SO, $100; Henry Tetrick, Patton Trucking, Newcastle, WY, ,$45; Vernon Davis, Foster/Moncur Trucking, Colony, WY. $120; Dale Hogan. Foster/Moncur Trucking, Colony, WY, $70; James Slutz, Foster/Moncur Trucking, Colony, WY, $45. Drive Off Road in State Park Heath Klinker, Osage, WY, $50. Enter State Park Without Permit Joseph Wicks, Gillette, WY, $35. Reckless Driving Benjamin Castle, Pine Haven, WY. Fine $500, Suspended $200, Court Costs $20, Victim's Compensation $50, Jail 30 Days, Suspended 30 Days. $200 Fine and Jail Sentence Suspended upon CondIUon of no moving Violation for 6 Months. Intoxicated Pedestrian and Battery Carsllee Leflore, Sundance, WY, Fine $400, Court Costs $40, Vlc- Fall to Appear Ums CompensaUon $50, Jail 110 Rlck HinoJosa, Sturgls, SD, Fines Days, Suspended 103 Days, Pro- $735, Court Costs $80, Jail Sen- batlon 6 Months, 20 Days tences 90 Days, 90 Days, 10 Days Unsupervised, Attend AA Meetings to run concurrent for total to be Weekly. served of 90 Days. Check Fraud Less Than $500 Check Fraud, Indirect Mike Tromble, Gillette, WY, Fine Contempt of Court and $300, Suspended $200, Court Probation Revocation Costs $20, Victims CompensaUon Kristie Burch, Hulett, WY, Fines $50, Jail 30 Days, Suspended 30 $1500, Court Costs $20, Jail Days, Probation 6Months. Sentences 6 Months, 6 Months, 6 Months to run consecutively for total of 18 Months. Minor in Possession and Eluding Police Officer Zachary Goodvln, Hulett, WY, Fines $550, Court Costs $40. Jail 10 Days. Suspended I0 Days, Complete Insight Program, Pay Restitution to City of Hulett. Week of May 12, 1997 Speeding Nyla Isum, Gillette, WY, 81/75, $70; Kenneth HolIIns, Indepen- dence, MO, 82/75, $75; Jason Skadsem, Gillette, WY, 83/75, $80; Dennis Williams, Moorcroft, WY, 82/75. $75. Grace Williams, Moorcroft, WY, 74/65. $60; Luls Rivers, Ft. Lewis, WA, 98/75, $195; Anne Marie Dangov. Omaha, NE, 85/75, $90; Kerry KeeIIne, Newcastle. WY, 73/ 65, $52. 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