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of the 1996 Sundance Fishing Derby front - Ryan and Derrick Male; Canfield, Bruce Speidel, Sam Davis Croell. in Gun Club's derby Fishing Derby spon- the Sundance Rod and brought out 79 Junior on May 1 I. Doug Ram- Denzin and Duane were in charge of the registered received and hooks. Dur- afternoon drawings were many donated categories Male, first fish and Sucker; Jeremy Croell, Ryan Male, second Josh Canfield, sec- sucker; Sam Davis, and Bruce Speldel, limit. to fall during the af- children left be- Derby ended. ling livestock pursues contract Livestock Board is the renewal At its May 6, the board reviewed of the board that organizations were inter- g proposals to or brand inspection ser- interested parties were coW of the proposed ser- t May 15, 1996 deadline for interested to notify the Wyoming office of an intent proposal. To date all of groups have indi- r are interested in utiliz- ers'rent brand inspectors, present inspectors are fully trained brand In- the state. also adopted a start- format and proposed a old contract with the Wyo- , General's office. The with the At- C, eneral's new state con- and complies with contract regulaUons. is committed F contracting brand inspection ser- of the time frame developing and adopt- contract, the offered an extension of contract, which ex- 30, 1996, to the Wyo- Growers Association of the brand program. inspection program is mandated to be totally inspections and brand starting July I, 1996. the Board is very con- ~)out providing the most and efficient brand in- services for the lowest Is the State the admin- of the Brand Inspection Wyoming. Pursuant to and state adminis: contracting organi- Provide brand inspection Phe Wyoming Livestock contracted with the Stock Growers Associa- brand inspectors program since information on the inspection program, State Brand Commis- Wyoming Livestock Carey Avenue, 4th WY 82002, 307- May 12 report was made of l~adnting the highway elementary school. May 14 assist, officer called to unlock a vehicle. May 15 Civil assist, officer called to check a subject identification. Highway department requested vehicle moved offCleveland so they could paint. Housewatch given to all officers. May 16 A NSF check was turned in to the police department for investiga- tion. Report of a funnel cloud in the area of Vista West. Report of a silver car driving carelessly. May 17 Report of a lab type dog chasing kids at the elementary school. May 19 Officers called to check an alarm. Officer called to assist a subject who had an accident on the inter- state. Report of a car being repossessed and left parked in the area of the high school for the night. May 20 Report of a spill of something slick on the highway east of the Interstate. Report of a brown car that left without paying for gas. May 21 Officer called to unlock a vehicle. Elaine Clark Merle and Evelyn Sisson will be honored at an open house on June I in observance of their 50th wedding anniversary. The affair will be held at the Sundance Senior Citizen Center from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. They were married on Feb- ruary 16, 1946 but it was decided to have the open house at a date when the weather was nlcer and all family members would be present. Ervie and Lydia Hogan and Sammy and his daughter, Tonya, motored to Kadoka, SD on Satur- day, May 25, where they attended an open house at Hogan's Hard- ware. Marves and Florence Hogan were celebrating 50 years of busi- ness. There were many people at- tending the affair and Ervie and Lydia had a very nice visit with long-time friends and family. Theresa Benavidez and daugh- ter, Jeanette from Gillette, and Harry and Myra Clingan from Up- ton stopped by to visit at the home of Straltor and Elaine Clark on Sunday afternoon. They were decorating graves of the family in the local cemeteries. Remember to partake of the free beef dinner hosted by the Crook County CatfleWome~ on Friday. It will be held at the Sundance Senior Center. Plan to attend the Sundance Se- nior Citizen meeting on June 7. The meeting will be held at the center at I p.m. Richard and Helen Engelhaupt drove to Shecldan on Sundaywhere they attended the graduation ex- Islimm your vehicle ready for the road trip? ercises. Jonathon Slsson was one of the graduates. Many former residents of the area were in Sundance this weekend. They came to decorate graves and visit with family. Dorman and Ellen Ewing from Saratoga, WY and Carl and JoAnn of these classes, call Margaret E. Hall, Community Ed coordinator at 756-3367. MAY 3O, 1996 Hulett resident at summer art school , Daniel Hackett was recently THE 81YNDANCE TIMES 5757. He really support. Fredericksen and Muriel Mattox accepted tothe Rising Star Program a the Savannah College of Art and from Casper spent time with fam- Ten Years Ago Design. Savannah Coilege is located l|y and friends and took flowers in May 29, 1986 inSawannah, Gc~rgla, whereDanlel remembrance to the cemeteries. "Is there any money to be made in will be taking classes in Drawing, On Saturday Delmar and Rachel agriculture?" is a commonly asked Painting, TwoDlmensionalDeslgn, Junek from Spearfish, Anna and question in today's economy. Most and Computer Art` These classes Wallace Canfield, Wanda Materi, peoplewouldreply, "DefinitelynoL" will give him four college credits. Nell Thompson and sons Gary and Both beginning and experienced Daniells acceptingdonationa, and Jake, from Upton, Bill and Judy horsemen can improve thelrriding he is raffling offa piece of his own Sipe and children, Les and Katie, skills and knowledge by attending art to cover his expenses. This raffie Jerry and Sue Scribner and boys 4-H horse camps in Douglas or is for a miniature clay saddle that met at the Log Cabin CaSe where Newcastle during June. he made this year in his high they enjoyed lunch before going to Sundance's new police officer, school art course at the Hulett the cemetery where they paid their Joel Morgan, moved here from respects to loved ones gone before. Green River where he was a pe- On Monday Cindy Madsen and girls, Mary and Mellasa from Gil- lette visited her parents, Wallace and Anna Canfield and they drove to the cemetery with flowers. Bob and Bonnie Beaudoin and Dorothy Whiting went to Ft. Col- [Ins last Friday, May 17. Dorothy remained to attend the wedding of her son, Cary Album to Sylvia Eamshaw. The wedding was held on Saturday, May 18 and Dorothy's daughter, Candace Album, drove back to Sundance with Dorothy on Sunday. Candace, who lives at Durango, CO, returned home on Tuesday. Dinner guests at the home of George and Beverly Peterson on Sunday included Evelyn Edwards, Larry and Shirley Beagle, Shelley Beagle, Tim and Lorl Reurink and children, Riann and Tyler of Rapid City, Jay and Lisa Beagle and daughter, Jaycee, of Lead, SD and Bill and Velma Davis of Rapid City. The Senior Center now has a greenhouse open with plants for sale from R&H Greenhouse. If you stop by be sure to check out the budget shop. Carl and JoAnn Fredericksen of Casper called at the home of Bud and Sandra Sil~pson and Mary Simpson on Sunday. liceman for over seven years. "Need someone to rake your lawn, paint your fence or help you carry groceries? "Hire-a-kid", Job Service's Janet Engel said. TwenW-Ftve Years Ago May 27, 1971 A public hearing on a proposed 8- mile segment of 1-90 east from Sundance will be held here June 3 by the Wyoming Highway Depart- menL The meeting will be held in the school lunch room starting at 7:30 p.m. There will be no fees charged for entrance to any of Wyoming's state- administered parks, recreation areas or historic sites during the summer, according to Wyoming Recreational Director Paul H. Westedt. The period of June 7 through June 18 has been set for a producer referendum on the wool and lamb market development program. Salary schedules for school dis- trict custodial, secretarial and kitchen employees were approved here Thursday night during a meeting of the Crook County School District No. One board. The sala- ries are effective with the 1971-72 year. Fifty Years Ago May 30, 1946 Memorial Day will be observed in Sundance Thursday, May 30 with a fitting tribute to the soldier dead. The services are under the auspices of the American Legion and the Veterans of Forelgn Wars and their auxiliaries. Sunday, June 16 is the date set for the annual Old Settlers picnic held at the Devils Tower National Monument on the third Sunday of June each year. The Board of Crook County Commissioners met in Sundance Tuesday as a board of equalization and made but very few changes in assessments as made by the county assessor. Seventy-Five Years Ago May 26, 1921 One miner was killed and an- other painfully injured by a rock fall In No. 4 mine Tuesday after- noon of last week at Cambria. Two others who were standing nearby escaped death by a miracle. MoorcroR came over Sunday and took a fast game from the Sun- dance team, I0 to 7. Plans are practically completed for the observance of Decoration Day next Monday under auspices of the American Legion. The program at commercial hall was sparsely attended mainly by reason of the heavy rain Just prior to the hour of commencing. Bridge Norma Bemd was the hostess for the B & T Bridge Club on May 15. Maxlne Wegner was a guest. Maxine Weguer took first place, Susan Worthington, second and Dot Gregson, low. Dot Gregson will be the hostess on June 5th. DON'T LET YOUR COMPETITION GET THE JUMP ON YOU! ADVERTISE IN THE ClJI,SSlFI~DS! Moorcroft Community Education is offering several college credit classes this summer to meet stu- dents' individual educational needs. Classes are: BEGINNING GOLF, 1 credit hour, will meet at the Pine Haven Golf Course. The instructor is George Mirlch. Class fee Is $37.50. (Extra practice fees, check with the teacher). HISTORY OF US WEST. 2 credit hours, History of the Trans-Mis- sissippi West. Emphasis is placed on the 19th century. Instructor is Lena Tracy. The class will meet in the Community Ed building, Monday, June 17, 4-6 p.m. Tuition is $75.00. UNITED STATF-~ HISTORY II, 3 credit hours. A continuation of History 1210. 1865 to present. The instructor is Lona Tracy and class will meet at the Community Ed building starting June 17, Mon- day, 6 - 9 p.m. Tuition is $112.50. FOUNDATIONS OF LEARNING, 3 credit hours. Survey of the growth and development of children and youth forming a background for the study of optimum conditions for effectlve learning. Mel Miller is the instructor. Class meets June 3, Monday, from 7-I 0 p.m. for an organizational meeting at the Community Ed building. Tuition is $112.50. GRAMMAR AND WRITING IM- PROVEMENT, 3 credit hours. Study of and practice in the parts of speech, usage, punctuation, mechanics, sentence structure, and sentence pattern. Instructor is Nlcky Spangler, time and dates to be arranged. The class will meet at the Community Ed building, tuition is $I 12.50. For more information about any School. The winner of the saddle win be announced on June 30. If there are any questions or tickets needed, call Daniel at 467- PAGE 7 appreciates the !:/ i!i! Special This Week Harry, Dennis a Helen invlte you to Join them In celebrating the au,ve _..,.,, of their pamnte Merle & Evelyn Sisson 1 at an open house at the Senior Center in Sundance ;-J No Gifts, Pleeam. Consulting Physicians L E i Family Medical Center - 2200 13th Avenue - Belle F'ourche Mondays, 10 a.m.- Noon ............................................. Dr/Dykes, OB/GYN For Appointment, Call 605-892-2701 Every Other Thursday, 2 - 4:30 p.m ................. Dr. Giuseffi, General Surgeon For Appointment, Call 605-642-4648 1st & 3rd Tuesday, 9 a.m. - Noon .............................. Dr. McBride, Urologist For Appointment, Call 605-642-4648 One Thursday Every Month, 1 p.m .................. Dr. Slingsby, Ophthalmologist For Appointment, Call 800-.368-3596 i, Family Medical Cenler. 1445 Norlh Avenue - Spearfish June 4 & 18. ......................................................... Dr. Sanmartin, Cardiologist For Appointment, Call 800-432-7822 June ! t & 25 ............................................................ Dr. Tschida, Neurologist For Appointment, Call 605-341-3770 June 13 & 21 .................................................... Dr. Herlihy, Ophthalmologist For Appointment, Call 800-343-3009 June 7 ............................................................... Dr. Minton, Ophthalmologist For Appointment, Call 605-341-9170 June 5, 12, 19 ................................. '. .............................. MI. Plains Audiology For Appointment, Call 800-627-1540 :,i June 19 ................................................................ Dr. Schutz, Plastic Surgeon o ntmoo*, June 21 ..................................................................... Dr. Eckrich, Orthopedic For Appointment, Call 800-446-9556 Family Medical Center - 949 Harmon Street - Sturgis Every Other Thursday, 9 a.m. - 12 .............................. Dr. McBride, Urologist Every Other Thursday, 10 a.m. - 12 ................. Dr. Giuseffi, General Surgeon For Appointment, Call 605-347-4520 ,~ i!~ Sturgis Community Health Care Center - 949 Harmon Street - Sturgis 1 st Thursday, 1 p.m ............................................... Dr. Caughfield, Physiatrist 2nd & 4th Fridays, 9 a.m ..................................... Dr. DenHartog, Orthopedic Tuesdays, 8 a.m ............................................................. Dr. Millea, Urologist : Thursdays, 8 a.m ........................................................... Dr. Waller, Urologist For Appointments, Call Ambulatory Care at 605-347-2536 Ext. 250 Le When I announced my candi- dacy for the U.S. Senate, I promised to "speak out on the mportant issues. As I travel across Wyoming and visit with folks, drugs and crime are two issues that frequently come up. What should we do? First, we need to acknowledge that often these issues are rater-related. DRUGS... WE WIN THE WAR As a doctor, what concerns me are the distressing medical sta- tistics: Black Hills Heallhcare Network Member of Lutheran Health Systems CRIME...GET TOUGH WITH CRIMINALS With initiatives like "Three Sti'ikes, .You're Out." it's the people, not our elected offi- cials, who are clearly taking decisive action. As a senator, I'll fight for: Vacation time is here l "Truth-in-Sentencing".laws requiring violent crtmmais to serve the jail time they've .S earned. The death penalty for heinous crimes. Stop by for your: * Oil Change * Maintenance * Tire Needs Marijuana related E.R. vistts jumped 39% in 1994. Increased prison capacity to keep criminals off our Cocaine related E.R. visits hit streets. their highest level in history in 1994. No parole for violent offenders. Wyoming D.C.I. reported an O 85 Vo jump in crank cases from 1990 to 1995. Substance abuse cases accounted for 70% of all Wyoming D.C.1. cases in 1995. We need to be united in our Guaranteed victims' rights. Self-defense laws that protect citizens who defend themselves. The relationship between crime and drags is indisputable. As your senator, 1 will work to commitment to prevention and system education and to fully enforce laws. our nation's existing drug laws. strengthen our criminal justice and enforce existing "Complete Car Care Center" 2719 S. Hwy. $85 * Sundance 307-283-2301 * 1-800-665-6595 Hvou .han" our vLs'ion o(WvomingA bright/htmv, idease /oin our Ctimlmign. To join urn/.~tq,i~ort the teum. ph,use write: Barrasso for Senate EO. Box 51996 Casper, WY 82605 30%265-1996 P(]ld [I)t' hi" ~l]'rll~iN{) for ,~'1101',