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eubauer's 75 O tourney Spearfish, posted tin Sundance men's golf held at the Sundance 110 golfers. squeezed past Ron and Dead- Hale by one shot p flight. flight winners were: 1st Cournoyer, Spearfish; - Alan Roberts and Ty both of Sundance; 3rd Hughes, Sundance; - M. Harp, Newcastle; flight - Bill Hammond, The scores: CHAMPIONSHIP Ed Neubauer 75 Ron Hazledine 76 Brad Hale 76 Brian Littleton 77 Jim Hazledine 77 FIRST FLIGHT Pat Cournoyer 62 Jim Durfee 69 J. Flaigg 69 K. Buckholz 69 SECOND FLIGHT Alan Roberts 66 Ty Hoffine 66 D. Lange 67 Steve Harfl 68 THIRD FLIGHT Hoby Hughes 61 Bill Durfee 66 Ron Kenyon 69 Ray Euchler 70 Dennis Vall 70 John Daley 70 FOURTH FLIGHT M. Harp 64 Doug Barton 68 Vern Barton 68 B. Helmberger 69 FIFTH FLIGHT Bill Hammond 54 Scott Mailer 58 T. Allright 61 Todd Ferris 61 cal park project eives funding Wyoming Department of announced today that nent for outdoor recreation , The money is drawn on Land and Water Con- program. the iram, public agencies must be able to establish that proposed recreational facilities are needed and that they will be well maintained following project completion. Projects receiving funds from the program will be reimbursed 50% of total project costa by the Federal Land and Water Conservation Fund. The reimbursement check is for $6,782.23 and goes to the Town of Sundance. It is for the Sundance Park Development and includes playground equipment, a skating pond, playground surfacing and landscaping. The total cost of the project was $22,90 I. RANCH A LICTIO q # group of 107 young people the Black Hills Natural Resource Youth Mallo Camp. The camp was a three-day on June 6. Youth attended the bevils Tower Conserve tion 107 participants in the camp came Was among natural re- agencies and groups [ the Black Hills Natural Youth Camp at Mallo week. :People ages 9 to 15 de- on Mallo the morning of day camp. The Rawhouser, Las son of Marvin and formerly of :e graduated June 3, Chaparrel High camp from Crook, Weston, Nlobrara, Natroua and Campbell counties in Wyoming and from three counties in South Dakota. graduated as a distin- Scholar with high hon- shares the rank of 1 in class of 514 with straight A high school Seven of these were National Merit final- ~hich Hans was one. received the following ~d awards: Valedicto- Merit finalist, Merit semi-finalist, Boys State delegate, Honor Society, LDS ~resldent; Varsity Bowl, Sun Youth MuAlpha Theta, Sigma Sci., Science received the following I year only: local Program, Las # 1468, National Mitzi/Johnny 4 years: UNLV Excellence, Elaine Robert C. D, National I.O.F. Pell Grant. to major in engi- It UNLV. from Crook, Weston, Niobrara, Natrona and Campbell counties, and from three counties in South Dakota. The theme for this year's camp was "The Wonders of Water." Natural resource professionals from Wyoming and South Dakota assisted with the camp, providing fun, hand's on learning about natural resources. Other agencies involved in the camp included Weston County Natural Resource District, Intermountain and Niobrara Con- servation Districts, US 'Forest Service, Wyoming Game and Fish, Cooperative Extension Service, USDA Soil Conservation Service, Wyoming Association of Conser- vation D and Wyoming State For- estry. Mike Modrick from KOTA television conducted a session on weather. Crook county young people at- tending were: Jesse and Josh Burgess, Denise and Josh Can- field, Caiflln and Jens Gade, Bonita and Tyler Llndholm, Amy Good- son, Wade Habeck, Alec Hllty, Matt Lambert, Ethan and Laura Rein- hold, Sammle Ellsbury, Beth Em- rick, Everett and Karl Zimmer- schied, Jeremy McDaniel, Trinity Bohl, T.J. Hanson and Joany Weaver. The campers were divided into six groups, and one outstanding camper was chosen from each group. Sammie Ellsbury and Joany Weaver were selected from their groups. Hulett Honor Roll The 2nd semester honor roll for the junior and senior high school at Hulett has been announced. Students making the honor roll are: A Honor Roll Seniors: Jenl Hattan, Kathl Johnson, Brandy King, Bill Neiman, Megan Nielsen, Mary Jo Scoggin, Jenny Walker. Juniors: Jennie Curren, Jason Garman, Alan ;eta, Sarah Jay, C.R. McCoy, Brian Mills, Jennifer JUNE 16, 1994 THE 8UNDANCE TIMES PAGE 7 Bobbi Johnson, second from left, University of Wyoming animal science Junior from Hulett, re- centiy received a National Western Stock Show Scholarship. She is shown with J.R. Butler, left, Moore, Micki Stinson and Ryan Wood. Sophomores: Nlchol Dorcas and Sara Heinert. Freshmen: Brandy Bohl, Cody Huseby. Angela Lindemann, Tom Maupin, Brlgett McCollum, Ginger Moore, Sam Neuenschwander. 8th Grade: Nikki Bohl, Mike Luther, Lynett Moore. 7th Grade: Mason Neiman A & B Honor Roll Seniors: Andrea Bush, Julle Dendy, Shane Huseby, Travis Huseby, Jamie Jahnig, Kristie Ma:tin, Jamie Tracy, Ron Waugh, Jodi Willey. Juniors: Kassi Davis, Christine Martin, Brian Neiman, Brad Wood. Sophomores: Jennie Goodvin, Carrie Jahnig, Justin Lawrence, Barbara Olnes, Clint Pearson, Tr- Ish Redlnger, Rett Scoggin, Jodi Veil. Freshman: Jennifer Buckingham, Adrianne Carrier, Jake Knapp. Shelly McAmis, Lara McCollum, Darren Nilsen, Ryan Walker. 8th Grade: Andrea Alsop, Keri McCollum, Cody Nielsen, Mellssa Parnell, Jeremiah Waugh. 7th Grade: Amy Cranford0 Kelly King, Lee Parnell, Nicole Pilcher, Heidi Redinger, Jeni Schmidt, Kate Snook, Justin Thole, Matt Wolf- skill. Maxfield's state tour. brings him to county June 20 Max Maxfleld, Republican can- dldate for Secretary of State, is carrying out an 18-day non-stop swing through Wyoming. His in- tent is to see as many people in the state as possible as part of his campaign. His schedule will bring him to Moorcroft, Carlile, Devils Tower Jet., Hulett, Alva, Aladdin, Sun- dance, Upton and Newcastle on Monday, June 20. Maxfield said he wants to keep in touch with Wyoming's rural way of life and that this is his way of continuing his commitment to do so. Maxfleld also said, "I didn't get into this race to make long speeches and eat a lot of banquet chicken. I'm here to listen and learn." ;\d~cllincmcol You're Never Too Old To Hear Better. Chicago, III.--A tree offer of special interest to those who hear but do not under- stand words has been an- nounced by Beltone. A non-operating model of the most popular canal hearing aid in America today will be given absolutely free to anyone requesting it. It's yours for the asking, so send for it now. It is not a real hearing aid, but it will show you how tiny hearing help can be. These models are free, so call or write for yours now. Benefits of hearing aids vary by type and degre of hearing loss, noise environ- ment, accuracy of hearing evaluation and proper fit. Phone 1-800-453-5757 or send your name, date of birth, address and phone number today to Dept. 18175, Beltone Electronics, 4201 West Victoria Street, Chicago, Illinois 60646- 6772. 1994, Bcllone Electronics CoIT~)ration and her parents, Don and Terri Johnson, during the College of Agriculture's annual Brand of Ex- ceIlence banquet. (UW Photo) I~,~>~L"o" 60e~ ~ ~ ~T ,, "~ co~:~ ~tzE..," (-~(k J Scientists estimate quintuplets occur only once in every 85 million births. Todd Ranch Inc., Upton Wyoming Monday, June 27, 1994 TIME: 10:00 A.M. LOCATION: From Upton, WY go south on Hiway 116 to mile marker 25, then turn west on Christian Road for 3 miles to Todd Cross Road. Take Todd Road to the Y, stay right to the ranch. The ranch is about 8 miles from highway 116. Roads will be posted Sale Day. MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT: Ford 4500 Tractor with 740 loader and Ford Auto Dig backhoe; Farmall M Tractor with wide front, good; Cat D-7 3T115997, with cab, dozer and cable winch; New Holland T550 Ditcher, new engine; Bucyrus 10 yard cable scraper; Ferguson TO 35 Tractor; Ferguson string tie square baler; New Holland 269 twine tie square baler; Ferguson 7' mower; Ferguson side delivery rake with 3 pt; Two dump rakes; Hesston 4830 square bale head; Lundell 14' ripper, 5 shank, 3 pt; Graham Heroine chisel; Dalson tractor cultivator with 3 pt; Ferguson 2 bottom plow with 3 pt; 8' blade with 3 pt; Ferguson scoop; Old post hole digger; Two 4"x16' augers; JD grinder/mixer; 10' tandem disc; Ford TO 35 tractor for parts;Old JD tractor, needing repair; Bolt elevator 6"; Sprayer, 150 gal. tank with B & S engine; Many pieces of horse drawn machinery. VEHICLES, TRAILERS, MOTORCYCLES, SNOWMOBILE, MOBILE HOME AND AIRPLANE: 1963 FORD F 600 Truck with steel combination box and hoist; 1979 Ford Pickup 6 cyl, with flatbed; 1989 Dodge Pickup 4x4 with Cummins diesel engine and Hydrabed bale hauler; 1985 Chev C-20 Pickup 4x4; 1983 Chev C-30 Pickup 4x4; 1979 Ford 150 Pickup 2x4; 1978 Datsun Pickup; 1949 Chev Car, no engine; 1977 Chev Blazer, good condition, personal vehicle; 1980 Datsun Pickup, King Cab 2x4, 5 spd; 1980 Datsun Pickup, excellent condition, 2 Datsun Pickups for salvage; 1989 Dodge Pickup box with liner, new; 1977 Dakota 7x18 gooseheck stock trailer with aluminum double deck; Pipe puller trailer; 1982 Kawasaki motorcycle, good; Kawasaki KL250 motorcycle needing repair; Many mototcycies for parts; Hustler 6 wheel ATV; Four wheeler cart; Artlc Cat Panther 5O00 snowmobile,' ,good; Other snowmobiles for parts; JD double snowmobile trailer; Schultz 8x48 mobile home; 1979 Brighton Manor Red Man Mobile home, 3 bedroom, all appliances, with garden tub, new carpet and linoleum; 1979 Piper Super Cub airplane with t50 HP engine, 1007 hours, 2000 TBO, excellent condition. SHOP EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS: AIIman 180 arc welder; Chicago electric cut off saw; 5 ton floor jack; Air Products acetelyene torch set; Onan generator 4000 with new motor; Central hyd. Porta-Power; Coats 20-20 air tire changer; Portable air compressor; Sears steam cleaner; 8 barrel air dispenser assembly for oils; Troybilt tiller; MW wood splitter; Cement mixer; Broyhill sprayer for 3 wheeler; Numerous electric hand tools; Numerous wrenches; Sockets; Socket sets; Open end and box end wrenches; Pipe wrenches; Air tools; Pliers; Chains; Boomers; Numerous hand tools; Anvil; Fencing tools; Carpenter tools; Many many other misc. items for shop use. STORAGE TANKS: 10,000 gal. step fuel tank with gas sub pump and 10 key meter; 16,000 gal. round tank; 150, 300, 500 gal. fuel tanks; misc. propane bottles; electric gas pump. STORAGE BINS, GRAIN AND GRANARIES: 4 overhead bins, 14 ton each, all steel; Three 1000 bu. Red Top bins; Ten ton of barley. UVESTOCK EQUIPMENT, TACK AND SUPPLIES: Portable loading chute with 20 corral panels; Powder River squeeze chute; Sheep shearing floor; Wool bins; New wool bags; Creep feeder; Round bale feeders; 4 Cow Country steel feed bunks; Cake feeder with auger, 12 volt; Pride portable feeders; Stock water tanks; Gates; Sheep panels; Wyoming shear head with drop; Tank heaters; Numerous vet supplies and equipment; 4 old stock saddles; Child's saddle; Two good stock saddles; Muller saddle; Bits; Halters, collars and harness parts; Misc. other items. BRANDS: PT left rib cattle; T left thigh cattle; PT sheep;/4/left rib cattle, sheep, horses; ~ left rib cattle, left shoulder horses; ~ left rib cattle, sheep, horses; Branding stove. BUILDING MATERIALS AND FENCING SUPPUES: Numerous piles of lumber in these sizes - lx6xlO', 1x12x12', 1x4x16' 2x8x12', 2xlOx12', 2x6x14', 2x6x16' 2 1/2x12x16' rough pine,some are treated; Posts 7', 8', 10' treated, 8", 6" tops; 6x6x15', 6x6x13' treated; Misc. power poles; Oak posts; 300 new steel posts; 200 used steel poem; Misc. wood posts; Culverts of various sizes; Misc. plastic pipe; misc. barb wire; 8 ga. 3 conductor wire; Other misc. wire; Rebar; Numerous plumbing supplies; electrical supplies; 4x8 sheets of 10 ga. steel; Many other pieces of misc. iron; Sheets of plywood; Blackboard; insulation; Steel tubing; Misc. bolts, nails, staples, wood treating, paint and supplies; gates; Cattle guards; Metal roofing; misc. iron pile; numerousa other misc. building supplies. WINDMILLS, WINDMILL PARTS AND PUMPS: Windmill tower and head; wood windmill tower with Dempster head; Windmill head; Two used Alrmotor heads; 8 new Airmotor heads; Bow Jon water pump; 3' stroke pump jack; Red Jacket hand pump; Several lengths of galvanized pipe, pump rods; Misc. pump parts and windmill parts. COLLECTABLES AND ANTIQUE ITEMS: Spoke wheel wagon; Iron Wheel wagon; Wagon parts; Model A cart; Grain grinder; Single trees, Double trees, neck yokes, harness parts; Kero lanterns; Wrought iron bed; Many other misc. antique items; Remmington 25-06 Rifle w/4X scope. HOUSEHOLD AND OFFICE ITEMS: Maytag wringer washer; Small refrigerator; 3 chest deep freezers; Air conditioner; air tight wood stove; Space heaters; 4 drawer metal file cabinet; Other file cabinets; Desk; IBM Compatable Computer 256 hard drive with new printer; Misc. items: meat hooks, meat tubs, meat tables, trays, knives, wrapping paper; Wellsaw; 1 ton hoist; 50# scale; Misc. household furniture. HAY AND SALT: 320 large round bales, crested and sweet clover', 7 large square bales alfalfa, been shedded; 5 ton alfalfa small square bales and 20 ton grass hay small square bales, been shedded; 7 ton sack salt; 5 ton block salt; some straw bales. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: We are unable to list every item on this sale, so come and check it out for yourself. Plan to spend the day with us. Terms - Cash Lunch Available All Day Owners: TODD RANCH INC. Lynn Todd, President 307-468-2523 Upton, Wyoming Biilie L. (Bill) Barton Crook & Weston County lEmcher Weston County Commissioner STATE SENATE SENATE DISTRICT #I CROOK, WESTON & NIOBRARA COUNTIES SALE CONDUCTED BY: BOYD LARSON Spearfish 642-3105 FRANCIS HALEY 347-5631 CLERKS: JACK MORAVEC Mac Momvec Piedmont 787-4283 Wayne Lesmeisler Bonnie Clark