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20O4 "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance limes --Cards of Thanks--- Thank You To Dr. Casey and all the staff at Sundance Hospital, I sincerely to tell all of you that you are awesome, with all the care and of the staff taking care of me, simply you are the Dn here to tell you, the "Big City"facilities don't hold a candle b~u, and don't let anybody tell you different. Thumbs up to all of J~, Thank you so very much. You're awesome. William C. "Chuck"Jakewa) Jr. CPA opens office in Sundance Mary Sell, certified public accountant, has recently opened her own 8h~a located in the Farm Bureau Office at 404 Cleveland Street. s served the Sundance area for a number of years from sh. Sell is practiced in tax return preparation, financial statements, tax planning, bookkeeping/payroll service and as a QuickBt~ks Pro Wiser. She graduated from Black Hills State University in 1991 with a de- in accounting. She received her CPA certificate in 1993 and has practicing ever since. Sell has worked as a CPA in two firms ~he past 13 years before opening her own business in Sundance. in Wyoming and South Dakota. to be able to better serve Sundance and Crook County by an office in Sundance. Sell will have office hours in Hulett day a week in the near future. husband Lamoine ranches south of Sundance. Their son Clint, attends school at Black Hills State University. Daughter Rachel 17 and a senior at Sundance High School, and daughter Kate is Inyan Kara Ftxremakers The May 19, 2004 meeting of the Inyan Kara Homemakers Club was held in the home of Paula Gress, presidenL The meeting was opened with the women reciting the flag sa- lute. Seven members answered roll call by sharing a favorite thing that our mothers taught us. Each mem- ber then gave a thought for the day. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved as read. The treamar~ gave her report. There was no correspondence. OLDBt/SmES~ Janet from the extension office called about $19 being from the county to help with Ruby's entrance fee. Per Thelma, the money would be used to help offset her expenses. The nursing home needs catheter bag covers. They should be 10"x12" or 12"x15" with Velcro for ckmta~ at the top. The nursing home is also in need of additional lap robes. Paula met the new Home Health/ Ho~ce director. Our turn for the nursing home b~er~ party ~ Wednesday, May26. We need to ~ by noon. ~BU~S~ The theme for the County Fair is "Rising to New Heights at the Chxx~ County Fair'. We had discussion about how we can decorate our booth. Thelma will check with Criss to find out which booth will be ours this year. We are to bring additimml ideas next month. There are no guidelines from the f~r ~ booth ~ Dorothy showed us a list that V'tcki Hayman has prepared for po~sole dub~.Tbe~ are ~edu- cational ~ that we are inter- ested in having pre~mteck Jo Anne will contact V'r.ki ~ presenting a program in July. Lottie will contact Daun about pre- senting a program in June. There was no further discussion and the meeting was adjourned. We continued with fenowship while the hostess served refreshments. You can make Wild West Days coming soon a difference The next time you think alxmt the ~t~etfirst Sundance Wild West Days will be on June 19 at north 3rd state of the world and despair and from I l:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. There will be a trick shooting exhibition by Kevin McNiven and a ~Xlicine show by RenD Liggett. Other activities will include a pie eating contest, gunny sack races, dla~k tank, face painting, outhouse races, carriage rides, a bingo food vendors and much more. playing all day by Kevin McNiven, Matt and Herb, Your Day Job and others. info~tiOn~ call Rocky at 283-2274. Center of the Nation All Car Rally Center of the Nation All Car Rally will be June 12 and 13 at Park in Belle Fourche. There are I0 categories, from pre- a motorcycle category. Show-N-Shine will be at 5:00 p.m. on June 12 in down- Fourche. A free picnic supper for those who pre-register 5:30 p.m. Registration is $15 or $20 on the day of the The car and motorcycle parade starts at 7:00 p.m. on Main There will be live music at the Circle Lounge and the Cowboy p.m. for Show-N-Shine on Sunday will be from 8:00 to 10:00 Judging of the Show-N-Shine is from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. will also be a model car contest for all ages at the picnic on the northeast side of Herrmann Park~ Registration will be- at 8:00 a.m. be taken of first, second and third place winners for the paper next year. Awards will be handed out at 4:00 p.m. Libraries to receive COs from settlement county libraries should begin receiving music CDs soon of a settlement of a class action lawsuit filed by 40 of the attorneys general against various record companies and re- for allegedly price-fixing CDs. record companies named in the lawsuit include Sony, Time Universal, BMG, Virgin Records and Capitol Records. Retail- ~amed in the lawsuit were Tower Records, Musicland and FY~. the record companies and retailers admitted to no wrong- they all agreed, in July 2003, to a $143 ~ settlement to the legal action. Of the $143 million settlement, $67 million directly to 3.5 million consumers who joined the lawsuit and )each received a $13.86 check in March. amount of the settlement owed in Wyoming is being ,9,682 CDs at a value of $130,978.95, libraries to benefit music lovers who missed joining the but who might have been affected by companies trying to retailers from lowering prices on CDs. All 50 states are eligible receive CDs under the settlement, although the states individu- determined the entities that would receive the music CDs. General Patrick J. Crank chose to distribute the CDs to libraries across the state because they serve such a broad and will best reach the affected population in the most iJvewires host luck and cost effective way. The approxi- mate 9,682 CDs will be distributed to Wyoming county libraries based on the county population. However, each county library will that one person ean~ dmnge any- thine, rem~er the ~x.~ance of taood ~. There is some, hing you can do to make the wodd a bet- ter plaee in which to live. Often we don~ think atxmt donat- ing blood until somene we know needs it. If everyone waited for an emergency before donating, lives could be jeopardi2ed. Blocxt must be available at all times in sufficient amounts to meet the needs of the community and hmpitals. Please don~ wait for an emergency to donate. Call deanette Smith at 283-2803 or Jeanne Lee at 28,3-3797 to schedule an apopointment at the blood drive sponsored by Laureate Tau, Beta Sigma Phi on Thursday, June 17 from 9:30 &nL to 6:00 p.m. at the Crook County Courthouse basement. Many people don~ donate because they have ~ been asked. Plesse consider ~a-seif asked. IMmors must be at least 17 years ~d and hesS. ID ~ ~ to donate. Pkmse bring a complete list of medications you have taken in the past mtmth. Refreshments will be served after d~atm~ Williams Family Reunion planned The ~ ram~ pZanted their roots in the Hul~t/O~hoto area in the easy 1920s. James and Minnie Mac patented 14 children, all of whom are de- ceased. Tbe ~ fami~ are planning a roundup reunion on June II, 12and 13. ~isloold~ forward to the sign-up and lunch on Friday at the Hulett Civic Center. Chancey ~ and h~ band the Younger Brothers will perform on ~k~y e~ at ~by 6.~0 pare. There will be a parade on Sat- urday ~ by the Ix~ram at 4:30 p.m. Supper will be at 6:~ p.n~ and a dance will follow featuring Wayne Dunn at the Civic Center. A chuck wagon breakfast is planned for Sun- day mo~ng at 9:00 at 119 Park Street. The fam~ invites anyone who en- joys tall tales, visiting, eating and dandng to join in an thee ac~ti~. For more information, contact W'mnie Bush, Mac Ndman or George Watts, Jr. Carolyn K. y, D.P.M. Thursdays kOO-12:00 in Gillette 1:00-5:00 at Sundance Clinic auction receive a minimum of 250 CDs representing a proportionate share from eleven genres of mu- Carlile Livewire Home- ~r Club will have a free sic. ~ck droner on Saturday, S (you can buy your des- The potluck will be at the FF[ I~lle, Ridge Church at 6:30 p.m. ,- LAC K tlJlWing the dinner will be a IFOOT *-=DiVert ~and miscellaneous [~-'tion..ull Are you cleaning ICLINICI 1~z ZZe? All articles and des- tt Will be welcome for the ~:tion. The money raised at ~zction Will be for the club !!i~ Lille for funeral dinners, 4- !~ ~zes, help for the handi- I Call Toll Fnm i~iPed and many other corn- I8e~e'~''~l ~i~ llity needs. I~0 Carlile Livewires Our regular monthly meeting was held on Thursday, May 13 at Marion Haptonstal1's in conjunc- tion with the R and H Green- house. A delicious lunch was served by Marion along with potluck at noon. The meeting was called to order at 1:30 p.m. by President Marion. After the Flag Salute, the roll was called by Secretary Hellen Haptonstall and members an- swered by reading quotes from the "Smiles" jar and giving tributes to our mothers followed by Juanita Griffith with the thought for the day. There were 14 members in attendance. The minutes were read by Hellen and approved as read. Treasurer Juanita gave the treasurer's report - also approved as read. There were no bills to pay. Correspondence consisted of a Certificate of Appreciation for the Club and Marion read a list of top- ics from Gene Gage for clubs to access from - when inviting Daun Martin to meetings. Daun has been invited to our next meeting on June 10 to speak on fund-rais- ers. Under old business, discussion followed about making calendars for the Tower Centennial but the Historical Society will be doing this so we discussed making cal- endars for our club. Contacts will be made and reported on at the next meeting. Juanita reported on the Quealy Award - congratulations to Ruby Hutchinson. Under new business, Juanita will get a program from the Plan- etarium for future visits. Monthly birthdays were noted and cards will be sent. The business meeting adjourned at 3:30 p.m. followed by a visit to the greenhouse. Marion, Rick and HeUen worked hard for the past three months and the selections were numerous and beautiful and truly enjoyed by all A quick reminder about the carry-in supper and auction to be held on Saturday, June 5 at 6:30 p.m. at Pine Ridge Community Church. If anyone has an item to sell tickets on or for the auction, please bring it along with a des- sert to the auction and something to serve for supper. The next meeting will be held at the home of Joe and Elaine Tho-. mas on June I0 at noon. Submitted by Elaine Thomas ii Laureate Tau Chapter Everett E. Burgeson Investment Representative 120 W. Hudson, P.O. 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Following the meal, President Pat Bollock conducted the meeting. Jeanne Lee was awarded the Master's Degree at the last meet- ing. Her name was inadvertently omitted when the list was turned in to the newspaper. Gerry Jensen reported that a to- tal of $1,844.31 was donated by Laureate Tau for our various ser- vice projects. The next blood drive will be June 17. A vote was taken for the best program presented by members this year. Margie Lienemann won that award. This being the last meeting un- til fan, officers for the ensuing year were installed. They are: Janel Couture - President Jeanette Smith - Vice-president Barb Coy - Recording Secretary Pauline Libby - Corresponding Secretary Shannon Couture - Treasurer Laureate Tau will not meet again until late August. June 11 5 June lC2 7:00 a.m. until Space available for $10 Rain (old gym) or Shine (courthouse lawn) Call 283-3766 for mere informatien Sports Physicals - Special Rates From June 1-July 30 Only Sports Physical: $20.00 at time of- service, $25.00 if we have to bill. Sports Physical & Camp Physical: $30.00 at time of service, Sundance Clinic 307-283-2476 Moorcrofl Clinic 307-756-3414 Hulett Clinic 307-467-5281 $35.00 if we have to bill. Special rates end August I, 2004 CROOK COUNTY MEDICAL SERVICE8 DISTRICT i !i ii LS:~: :i~ !i~i!!iil~ i~ i~ !i~!i J