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PAGE 14 THE SUNDANCE TIMES JUNE 28, 1979 For three months Dr. Mm-k Newman nm 40 miles a week on foot and put 50 to 60 miles a week on his horse, Cloud, in preparation for a ride and tie race held June 17 in Sunriver, Ore. The 36 mile race is run over terrain similar to that in the Bearlodge just north of Sundance, Newman said. But the horse developed a limp at the third vet check station and was taken out of the race. However, Newman and his partner, Steve SeeKers, Dallas, Tex., finished the race on,foot and were not the last team to cross the finish line. A physical fitness enthusiast, Newman first heard of ride and tie races when his sister, who works for the Levi Strauss Co., sent him an entry for such a race. The company has sponsored the events for the past nine years in Oregon and California. Teams include two runnem .and one horse. One team member begins running and one starts riding. There are ~o fixed rules, Newman said, so when the rider has gone what he comdders a fair distance, he stops, ties the horse and continues the race on foot. When his partner reaches the horse, he mounts, rides, passes his partner, continues for a time, tles the horee and the race gees on in this leap frog fashion. Newman said the horses am given pulse and respirattm dmc~ pe~y durlng the l~Ce by veterinarians. He said the Clo~'s llmp was detected at the third vet check. To finish the race Newman rode eight mass and ran 28 nfiles. Seegere rode l6 miles and nm 20 miles. Tlmir time mm six ho.m. Winniug time inthe rime wm three houm. 40 minutes. "I like to do m~z~ that wm im~ me i. drape," tim deetor said. "I'm sure I'II do it again." Sharps to note ~th annlvena~ Sundance, will be honored on their 35th wedding anniver- sary with an open house on July 1. The event will be hosted by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sharp, and will be held in the banquet room of the Aro Restaurant from 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. All friends and relatives are cordially invited to at- tend. The couple has re- quested that no gifts be pre- sented. Ammai Picnic Planned at Sbammck Club "A Cool Dish for A Hot Day" were the recipes sub- " mitred when members of the Shamrock Ladies Club an- swered roll at their regular meeting held June 12 at the presents Rusty Hudelson At the Piano ill Rusty will play for your listening pleasure~ I 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Sunny Divide Community Hall with Gertie Lytle hos- tess for the nooh pot-luck meal. Several new salads were served and delicious rhubarb-strawberry pies made from a new recipe were enjoyed by all attending. June is "Birthday Month" at the Shamrock Club meet- ings and everyone received a birthday gift from their secret pal with the names not revealed. The chairperson for the used clothing committee re- . ported the boxes had been delivered to the State Training School at Lander by Mr. and Mrs. George Peter- son and "Thanks" was ex- pressed to them for the favor. This club annually holds a picnic and this outing was planned for June 24 at 6 p.m. on the Belle Fourche River with everyone attending to bring a covered dish and tableware for their family. The club will furnish coffee, ice crean and Koolaid with Opal Oudin serving on the purchasing committee for the saree. Velma Eaton furnished the "Mystery Package" which Cora Smith received in a drawing. The afternoon was spent visiting and exchanging gar- den and flower tips. Miss Amanda Hall of Buf- falo, Wyo., was a guest for the noon meal and afternoon session, she accompanied her grandmother, Mrs. Fern Grubb, and her great grand- mother, Mrs. Velma Eaton, to the meeting. Reno Lytle and Hal Oudin were also dinner guests. The next meeting will be held July 10 with Fern Grubb hostess for the noon potluck meal at the Sunny Divide Community Hall. Visitors are welcome to attend. C~l~ hNr z~ Crook Countystu- dents have been named to the President's Honor Roll at Casper College for earning a grade average of 3.80 or above. They are Marvin Nielson, Hulett, and Charlene Jeffres, Moorcroft. Named to the Dean's Honor Roll with a grade average of 3.30 to 3.79 was Joseph Baron, Moorcroft. Fm~ mpevisw sd~lules leave Michael L. Smith, Farmers Home Administration (FmHA) County Supervisor, will not be in the local office July 2 or July The office July 10 and II.~ At this most Ladies golf results given The first women's golf night for this summer season was held June 15 with 13 i ladies participating. JoAnn for Hoffine had low gross and Paul & Ethel Theresa Port had low net for the evening. Results of play on June 21 S U;/iO(~;;:t Bani;i;m included Arley Maynard, longest drive in the fairway on number two; Cleo Roberts, closest to the pin on number three and longest -- 2:30 to 5 P.M. putt on number nine. --- NO GIFTS, PLEASE 35th Wedding Anniversary OPEN Hog Sundance Moonlight Madness Thursday night, July 12 JACK & JIL .SHOP Jury finds Mader guilty Gillette auctioneer R.A. (Dick) Mader, who had asked for a jury triat after pleading not guilty to a speeding charge, was found guilty Monday by a Justice Court jury in Sundance. The jury found Mader guilty of driving 63 mph in a 55 Zone. He was fined $8 plus $5 court costs by JP Mary Garman. Mader was arrested west of Moorcroft on 1-90 by State Highway Patrolman Lane Synder. Serving on the jury were Merlene Elwonger, Gordon Johnson, Don Gossman, Richard Pridgeon, Michael Spencer and Harry Garman. Habeck family reunion .planned A Habeck family reunion will be held in Sundance July 1. The event will be held in the community room of the courthouse and all relatives and friends are invited to join the fami/y for a carry-in luncheon at I p.m. Ph, 283-2943 Sundon~ COW POKES By Ace Reid Free and - States These historical words formed a The spirit of unity and today al over this grand land of Sundence State Bank will be nesday, July 4 in observance Day. Jake, what am you cloln' here, there ain't no drought on. Now Money Certifica *Due in 182 Days *$10,000 Minimum Effective Rate through July This is an annual rate and subject to change at renewal $! .00 0 F F SmkN ht on all steaks on the menu PHONE 283.1074