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PAGE 10 THE SUNDANCE TIMES JUNE 6, 1996 FesUvlties for the 1996 Crook County Rodeo Queen Pageant will begin at 9:00 a.m. on June 7 with interviews. After lunch the girls who are competing will take part in the horsemanship compeUtlon. The candidates include Jenna Maline, Sundance; Stefanie Cro- zier, Moorcroft; andTeresa Brengle, Barlow Canyon for Junior Prin- cess. The girls competing for Princess are Alysa Mannetter, Sundance; Diana Ballou, Hulett: Amber Fowlkes, Aladdin; Nicole Hutchin- son, Aladdin; MelissaAnn Parnell, Hulett; April Lynn Graf, Aladdin; Rachel Barton, Carlile. The lone candidate for Rodeo Queen is Jayme Rae Humes, Moorcroft. That evening there will be a banquet open to the public at the "a Hulett Civic Center beginning at 6 p.m. After the banquet the girls will give speeches. The HuIett Parade begins at 10 a.m. on Saturday, June 8, with all of the girls riding in it. The coro- nation will take place after the Grand Entry at the rodeo grounds. The Hulett Rodeo begins at I p.m. that afternoon. JaymeRaeHumss0fMoorcroFt Rachel Ann Barton, the April Lynn Graf, a candidate for is a candidate for Crook County daughter of Doug Barton and Rodeo Princess, is the daughter Rodeo Queen. Her parents are Gene and Linda Roberts of Car- of Ronald and Cheryl Graf of Jim and Linda Humes. 8he has Hie is a candidate for Crook Aladdin. She will be a senior at completed one year of college. County Rodeo Princess. She wil/ Hulett High School. be a sophomore at Moorcroft. ~ ii Amber Fowlkes, Aladdin. is a candidate for Rodeo Princess for Crook County. Amber is the daughter of Larry and Terry Fowlkes and will be a Junior at Hulett High School in the fall. Diana Ballou will be a freshman at Hulctt High School this fall. She lives with her parents, Roger and Bonnie Ballou, on Govern- ment Canyon Road and is a candidate for Rodeo Princess. Mellssa Ann Parnell will be a Alysa bIannetter will be a fresh- Nicole L. Hutchinson, Aladdin, Junior at Hulett High School the man at Sundance High School is one of the candidates for Ro- coming school year. Her parents this fall. She is the daughter of dee Princess in Crook County.Teresa Brengle comes from the are Ross and Deena Parnell. John and Dcbbi Mannetter and Her parents are Drew and JudyBarlow Canyon area, the daugh- Melissa is a candidate for Rodeo isacand/datcforRodeoPrincess. Hutchinson. This fall she will be ter of Shannon and Dawn Princess. a senior at Sundance High Brengle. She is a candidate for School. Junior Princess. Addeline Mackey, Belle Fourche, SD; Vera Ralph, Mill Iron, Ida Berreth, Eureka, MT; and Mary Negaard, Rock Valley, IA; and slx grandchildren. Funeral Home of the Northern Hills in Belie Fourche was in charge of arrangements. Glen R. Grubb Glen R. Grubb, 73, Cheyenne, died April 26, 1996 at the VA Medical Center. He was born November 18, 1922, in Huntington, W. Va., and had lived in Cheyenne for 35 years. He was a carpenter for the Car- penters Local #469 for 30 years. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II In the European Theatre. Grubb was a member of VFW 1881 and.America-- Legion Post 6. He is survived by his wife, Betty M. Grubb of Cheyenne, whom he married Sept. 25, 1945; two daughters, Bonnie J. MarUns, Fresno, CA and Susan K. Petersen, Estes Park, CO; one sister, Sadie Marie Richey, Lompoc, CA; and seven grandchildren. Hecwas preceded in death by his parents, Fred and Clara Grubb; one brother, Don Grubb, and one sister, Marian Elizabeth Jackson. Cremation has taken place at Cheyenne Memorial Gardens un- der the direction of Wlederspahn- Radomsky Chapel of the Chimes. Friends who wish may contribute to the Paralyzed Veterans, 7 Milbrook Road, Wilton, NH 03086- 0952 or the American Cancer So- ciety, 4202 Ridge Road, Cheyenne, WY 82001. CITIZEN MENU 8 ANCE Monday, June 10 Rlb barbecue, boiled potatoes, peas and CmTOts, whole wheat roll, Dewey Turbiville, Sr. Dewey Turblville Sr., 78, St. Onge, SD, died Saturday, June I, 1996 at Rapid City Regional Hospital. Services were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, June 5, 1996 at United Church of Christ in St. Onge, with the Rev. Buck Malone officiating. Burial was in Pine Slope Cemetery at Belle Fourche. Survivors include his wife, Sara Belle Turbiville, St. Onge; two sons, Donald Turblville, Buffalo, and Dewey E. Turbivflle, Sundance, WY; two daughters, Carolyn Turbiville, Cheyenne, WY and Myrna Jack- son, B lle Fourche; four brothers, Albert Turblville, Spearfish; Jim Turblville, Beulah, ND; Bill Tur biviIIe, Buffalo; and Gene Turb/v- tile, Camp Crook; four sisters: NORIH[RN III III I I II STARTING SUNDAY, JUNE 9 Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 9to4 SUNDAY: 12 4 Closed Monday, Tuesday, Thursday .OF SUNDANCE I I Ill I pineapple upside-down cake. Tuesday, Juno 11 Roast turkey, mashed potatoes with gravy. California blend veg- gies, whole wheat roll, rhubarb crisp. Wednesday, June 12 Salisbury steak, baked potatoes, spinach, whole wheat roll, peach cobbler. Thursday, June 13 Chicken strips, mashed potatoes, coleslaw, carrots, ice cream. Friday, June 14 Roast beef, mashed potatoes with gravy, peas and carrots, pineapple upside-down cake. HULETT Sunday, June 9 Rodeo, no senior meal. Monday, June 10 Creamed turkey, cheese slice, peas, biscuit, apple crisp. Tuesday, June 11 Hamburger/tatertot casserole, green beans, scalloped tomato, bread, orange sunset salad. Wed mi y, June 12 Beef stew, mixed vegetables, carrot/raisin salad, hard roll. can- taloupe/watermelon. Thursday, June 13 Salisbury steak, baked potato, peas. wheat roll. peach cobbler. Friday, June 14 Grilled cheese sandwich, tomato soup with crackers, fruit salad, gingerbread with topping. MOORCROFT Sunday, June 9 Tomato Juice, chicken and noodles, mixed veggies, cucumber salad, dinner roll, orange whip. Monday, June I0 Ham and Swiss on rye, Jellied applesauce, carrots and celery sucks, nectarine, chocolate chip cookie. Tuesday, June 11 Roast turkey, mashed potatoes with giblet gravy, mixed veggies, cabbage salad, dinner roll, cinna- mon roll. Wednesday, June 12 Corned beef on rye, boiled cab- bage, cantaloupe, cherry cobbler. Thursday, June 13 Salisbury steak with brown gravy, baked potato, green beans, green and gold relish, whole wheat roll, orange. Friday, June 14 Creamed chicken on biscuits, boiled potato, mixed veggies, fruit salad. Ten Years Ago June 5, 1986 Crook County School Superin- tendent Otflin Wegner said this week that to the best of his knowledge the school board had never discussed refurbishing the old Sundance high school build- ings., Opening the city pasture bids and discussion on a new ordinance regulatingvendors were among the items of business addressed at Monday night's Sundance city council meeting. Twenty-Five Years Ago June 3, 1971 Mayor G.W. (Buster) Popham said Wednesday the city is waiting for specificaUons to be completed so that it can tie the new water well into the city's system. Continuing heavy spring rains . No Fat No Cholesterol .411 Natural We're Dressing Up our Pretzels! TRY OUR NEW TOPPINGS: Parmesan Cheese, Pizza Sauce, Nacho Cheese, Cinnamon Sugar, Fudge, Strawberry Cream Cheese, Dijon Mustard, Butter and Plain. EVENING SPECIAL 5-9 95 WITH FREE TOPPING THE COU & YOGURT GARDEN Hours: Man. - Frl., 8-9. Set. 9-4:30. Closed 423 Cleveland Sundance Phone 283-2450 are playing havoc wig roads, spring construction and ties in Crook county. Fifty Years Ago June 6, 1946 A terrific explosion 12:30p.m. the brick boiler house ratory of the C] ery located one mile boiler tank scooting up feet from the building. Nearly 2 1/2 inches of has fallen since Jenna Maline is a candidate for Crook County Rodeo Junior Princess. She is the daughter of Suzette Maline and John Maline, both of Sundance. Stefanie Crozier is a candidate for Junior Princess. Her parents are Tim and Criss Crozier and she attends school in Moorcroft. recordings as shown by t weather station in Seventy-Five Years Ago Juno 2, 1921 Although the day was threatening rain, passed off very Sundance. A visitors were in the Fire was generally observed state. Sundance put burst one day which the most Joyful timber glacier to roast on over The delinquent tax 'for 1920 is' on The list is a long one, nearly twice were advertised last' Rain and fog for a has dispelled any doubt outlooks in this weather has been den growing, g, reports an inch of rain first storm on Tuesday. AFTER THE STORM Detail Vehicle Cleaning Grand Opening Prize Winner JOE GROSSl PH. 281-1146 CROOK COUNTY MEDICAL SERVICES We would like to share with you, the community, services we have available for you locally, allowing you to your County for your HEALTH CARE NEEDS: CONSULTING PHYSICIANS/SCHEDULE Orthopedic Surgeon, Bone Speclalid June 3, 1996 - 9:00 am to 11:00 am For Appointment June 17, 1996 - 9:00 amto 11:00 am Call 307-283-2476 July 1, 1996 - 9:00 am to 11:00 am J 3_ ILBgJ J: Internal Medicine (colonoscopy, echocardlogrsm) June 12, 1996 For more information Please call June 26, 1996 Dr. Wesley Sufflcool. Surgeon (Sl: clalizlng In outpatient surgery) June 14, 1996 - 9:30 am to noon For appointment July 12, 1996 - 9:30 am to noon 307-283-2476 Aug. 2, 1996 - 9:30 am to noon Cardiologist (Cardiology Oonault June 12, 1996 - 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm July 1, 1996 - 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm Call 307-283-2476 Aug. 5, 1996 - 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm YOUR LOCAL CLINICS SUNDANCE CLINIC MOORCROFT CLINIC 307-283-2476 307-756-3414 YOUR LOCAL PROVIDERS & CLINICS WHERE THEY SERVICES Dr. Jeri Villano: Sundance Clinic & Hulett Clinic Dr. Robert Martino: Sundance Clinic & Moorcroft Clinic Dr. Thomas Richards: Sundance Clinic, Moorcroft Clinic & Dr. Ellin Stiteler: Moorcroft Clinic Patti Veil, FNP:Sundance Clinic, Moorcroft Clinic Bob Cummings, PAC: Hulott Clinic & Sundance Clinic SUNDANCE: PLEASE CALL 307-283-2476 FC JUNE 25, 1996 10:00 AM TO 4:00 PM JULY 16, 1996 10:00 AM TO 4:00 PM AUG. 27, 1996 10:00 AM TO 4:00 PM HULETT: PLEASE CALL 307-467-5281 FOR APPOINTMENT OCTOBER 29, 1996 MOORCROFT: PLEASE CALL 307-756-3414 FOR OCTOBER 7, 1996 PHYSICAL THERAPY: Plea=e call 307-283-3501 must mferrsl from your phyaiclan. Sundance: Monday, Wednesday & Friday 8:00 am to noon Moocroft: Tuesday & Thursday 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm Hulett: Monday, Wednesday & Friday 2:09 pm to 4:00 pm OTHER SERVICES AVAILABLE: Resnlrstorv Thersnv: For all your home oxygen needs and 307-283-3501 - - on proper use of inhalers for asthma and respiratory disease questions. Now you can receive care at home in 307-283-3501 surroundings as an alternative to a Melony Hart, RN hospitalization. Resnlte Care & Adult Day Cars: Is a service for families whO 307-283-3501 caring for individuals who cannot It provides the opportunity for care-givers to other activities while leaving an challenged person In a cadng atmosphere short period of time. To help you with your special dietary needs, ment please call 283-3501. OTHER SERVICES AVAILABLE INCLUDE: Acute Care Flexsig moidoscopy Swingbed Care Nasolaryingascopy X-Ray Stress Tests Emergency Room Service Colposcopy Long Term Care Hemorrhoidectomy Social Services Toe Nail Clinics Lab Services Community Education Ambulance Service Medicaid Waver WORKING FOR YOU! CROOK COUNTY MEDICAL