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Page 12- Thursday, June 3,2004 "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance Farm Bureau announces scholarship recipients The Crook Count~ Farm Bureau Federation has announced the recipients of their scholarships for the 2004-2005 school year. Michelle Crozier, Moorcroft senior has been selected to receive a $750 scholarship. She plans to attend the University of Wyo- ming Michelle is the daughfer of Tim and Criss Crozier of Moor- croft. Jade J. Buckingham will receive a $750 scholarship and plans to attend Sheridan College. She is the daughter of Allien Spangler 1 l Jade Buckingham Stefanle Crozier and Charles Buckingham of Hulett. Tyrel Soukup of Hulett has been selected to receive a $750 schol- arship. He plans to attend the U~ersity of Wyoming for his sec- ond year of college. Tyrel is the so~f Dawn Anderson of Hulett and Roger Soukup. Stefanie Crozier of Moorcroft will receive a $750 scholarship and plans to attend Panhandle State, Okla., for her third year of col- lege. She is the daughter of Tim and Criss Crozier of Moorcroft. Michelle Crozier Tyrel Soukup Cornelia graduates from SDSM&T Rebekah Cornelia of Sundance graduated from the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology on May 8. She received her degree in general studies. --Correction-- In the article "Class of 2004 scholarships announced" in the May 27 issue, Mikala Myers' name was spelled wrong. We apologize for the oversight. Kreuter receives Golden Apple Award Sundance Elementary teacher Beth Kreuter was one of 19 recipi- ents of Arch Coal's Golden Apple Award. According to a press release from Arch Coal, the general public nominates "great classroom teachers," while a blue ribbon panel made up of peers and former award recipients judges the nomi- nees. All 19 recipients of the Golden Apple Award were within three percentage points of receiving the Teacher Achievement Award, ac- cording to Greg Schaefer, Arch Coal Western Region Vice-presi- dent of External Affairs. Picturecl is back row, Xtreme coach Darren Goddard. Middle row, I-r, Ashley Reynolds, Shiloh Hadley, Laramie Noyce and Sage Goddard. Front row, Megan Brown. Team Xtreme wins at Casper The seventh grade girls basketball team called Xtreme participated in the Underdog Basketball 3 on 3 Street Ball Tournament held in Casper on May 22-23. Team Xtreme is coached by Darren Goddard of Gillette. Team members are Ashley Reynolds and Shiloh Hadley of Moorcrofl, Laramie Noyce of Sundance, and Sage Goddard and Megan Brown of Gillette. treme competed against eight teams from all over the state in their division. After the two-day com- petition, consisting of five game~, Xtreme captured first place medals. Local pilot to speak at Sundance library Sundance resident Vie options now for people inter- ried a local girl, Susan Worthington has been flying ested in recreational flying and Cressman, and they returned -~ Cessnas and ultralights for 25 you don't have to be a full- here in 1971, owning and op- Baseball needs refrigerator Between Babe Ruth and Little League, there are over 70 youth signed up for baseball this sum- mer. The baseball program has a concession stand at each of the games in an attempt to raise money for the program. The money is used to purchase equipment and make improvements at the basebSLI] r~ond. The concession stand is in great + years, building and flying two ~i of his own ultralights + first a {!+ Challenger, currently a Kolb. ~, He will present a program on "Ultralights" at Crook County ~" Library in Sundance on Friday, June 4 at 7:00 p.m. The pro- gram, sponsored b3 Crook ~+ County Library, is free and open to the public. It the pro- gram is canceled or resched- uled the local radio station will be notified and we will call people on our calling list. If you would like to have your name added to the calling list for notification, please call '~ 283+ I006. ++ii Worthington is our region's representative for the U.S. Ultralight Association and works to promote ultralight fly- 2e ing. His purpose in presenting the program is to let people know that there are a lot of J fledged pilot to enjoy it. During the program, Worthington will discuss ultralights--what they are, their history, and some me- chanics of piloting them. He will also discuss new FAA pro- posals which would make it easier to get a pilot's license and talk about the affects this will have on sport piloting and light sport piloting. He will dis- cuss airplanes that meet their new qualifications and what to do to qualify. Time permitting he also has a short video of the first powered ultralight flight. Worthington is a North Caro- lina native who credits his love of flying to Mr. Ode Forlines, who took him flying when he was a kid. He first came to this area in the early 1960s when the Air Force assigned him to Sundance Air Station. He mar- Schloredt accepted by Jamestown College Shad Schioredt has been ac- cepted to Jamestown College, Jamestown, N.D., beginning in the fall semester of 2004. Schloredt, son of Jett and Dolly, is a 2004 graduate of Sun- dance High School. He plans to participate in football and track for Jamestown College. During high school, Schloredt was active in football, basket- ball and track. Shad Schloredt --UW President's Honor Five University of Wyoming students from Crook Count listed on the 2004 spring semester President's Honor President's Honor Roll consists of regularly enrolled graduates who earned a 4.0 ('A") grade point avera semester. To be eligible, students must have been a minimum of 12 credit hours taken for letter grades. Crook County students are: Steven Wayne Jordan of Amanda N. Kreuter of Carlile, Brandi L. Schlegel of and Caitlin K. Gade and Megan Diane Schnorenberg of dance. For more information about the University of Wyoming, the Web page at www.uwyo.edu. This Week at Your Library By Jill Mackey It's almost time for our summer reading program, NEW TRAILS @ THE LIBRARY. We are in need of supply tions for our crafts--large two-hole buttons, pint-size milk tons, scraps of cotton fabric (at least 18" square) in tan, yellow and light blue, pieces of muslin fabric and shoe you have any of these items you would like to donate, them in to the library anytime. Also we would like to ANT FARM to display during the summerl LIBRARY HIGHLIGHTS/PROGRAMMING: program by Vic Worthington, Friday, June 4, 7:00 p.m. READING PROGRAM kickoff June 15, 11:00 a.m. NEW FICTION: ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD by Ray Eighteen brand-new stories and seven preveiously never before collected. WINTER RANGE by Claire Davis. As iff, Ike is something of an outsider, caught between rancher's rights and the larger law of the community. TOR AND THE DEAD MAN'S CHEST by Robin Hathaway. doctor is willing to make house calls, patients show preciation--sometimes posthumously... A SUNSET Marjorie Eccles. DS Mayo is frustrated at the lack of his detectives are making until a stolen art treasure leads both down the same path. DECEPTION POINT by Dan author of The Da Vinci Code. High-tech thriller that takes ers from the chilling depths of the Arctic Ocean to the ous heights of Washington power where nothing is as it and behind every corner is a stunning surprise. NIgW NOI~'ICTION: ELM CREEK QUILTS by ~I~l~nifer and Nancy Odom. Quilt projects inspired by the l~m Creek novels. THE GREAT AMERICAN COOKIE COOIeBOOK. lqlgW AUDIOS: SHEPHERDS ABIDING by Jan Karon, John McDonough--unabridged on six COs, approximately hours. SIX WIVES: THE QUEENS OF HENRY VIII by Starkey, read by Patricia Hodge--abridged on six COs, six THE CAT WHO TALKED TURKEY by Lilian Jackson Braun, by George Guidall--unabridged on four COs, hours. N~W YOUNG ADULT: OLIVE'S OCEAN by Kevin Newbery Honor book donated by the Proctor family. On a mer visit to her grandmother's cottage by the ocean gains perspective on the death of a classmate, on her ship with her grandmother, on her feelings for an older boy on her plans to be a writer. GARDEN OF ANGELS by McDaniel. Darcy's world is changed forever when her goes to Atlanta for tests and is diagnosed with breast NEW JUNIOR BOOKS: MIDNIGHT FOR CHARLIE BONJ~, Indian Paintbrush Award nominee by Jenny Nimmo. doesn't want to believe it when he discovers that he can the thoughts of people in photographs. THE CAPTURE, of the Guardians of Ga'I-Ioole series by Kathryn Lasky, a~ dian Paintbrush Award nominee. Four owls band together to the truth and protect the owl world from unimaginable NIgW JUNIOR NONFICTION: THE YOUNG GOLFER by Simmons. A young enthusiast's guide to golf, including on clothing, strategies, equipment, rules, objectives, and more. MACHINES AT WORK: FIRE TRUCK by Bingham. Introduces fire trucks and the work that they firefighters do in all kinds of settings. RESCUE by Claire Discover the courageous world of the rescue services--from saving techniques to the latest technology. ATTACK ON HARBOR by Shelley Tanaka. The true story of the day entered World War If. NIgW IgASY ~IgRS: THE IRONWOOD TREE, Book the Spiderwick Chronicles by Tony DiTerlizzi and Holly Straw Hats Western, C.asu~, Go# Entire Stock of Bagey's 30% off Regular Pdc:e Men's Polo & Golf Shirts Values to $39.95 Now $12.991o $26.99 Without Him Wouldn't Be H4 Buy him I Big Thank Father's Day GifWrl Men's SPdng & Summer Jackets V~ to $74.9,5 Now and