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PAGE 12 THE SUNDANCE TIMES JULY 3, 1997 ! Photograph from the flies of the U.S. Foresttaken in 1942. Service, Spearfish Ranger District. Photograph by Dixie Boyle The grassy, wind-swept mountain between Spearfish and Sundance known as Cement Ridge has been used as a lookout station since 1912. The original one room, log cabin was built to observe fires and house lookout personnel in that year. A second lookout structure was built in 1921, directly west of the log cabin. The present lookout structure has resided on the ridge since 1941 and was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps. Tom Sawyer served as the first lookout on the second lookout structure. He was also responsible for taking the first motorcar to the top of the ridge. It was not easy by today's standards; as a sack of potatoes had to be placed behind the back tires, while brush was cleared from in front of the vehicle. Vernon and Diana Tollefson were the first look- outs on the present-day lookout structure. They spent their honeymoon on the lookout and con- tinued to man Cement Ridge through the 194Os. They were transferred to Terry Peak Lookout, which is in the next range of mountains to the east, and served as the lookout personnel on Terry Peak throughout the 1950s. Diana Tullefson rode her horse to the creek each day for water and to the mining community of Tinton for the mail. Cement Ridge is located in Crook County on the South Dakota and Wyoming border. The lookout station continues to be utilized for the detection of forest fires each year between the months of June and October. References: U.S. Forest Service flies and per- sonal interviews. MILLER CREEK NEWS oma Ondm June 29, 1907 Bryce Max Conzelman. infant son of Danlce and Roy Conzelman, was honored Thursday evening with a baby shower hosted by Liz Gaines and Minnie Williams and held in the private dining section of the Crook County Saloon at 7 P.M. with several attending. Bryce Max Conzelman was born June 14 at 9 A.M. at Campbell County Hospital in Gillette. He weighed 6 lbs. 12 ozs. and was 20 inches long. Herman, Margaret and Dan White shopped and transacted business in Spearfish Tuesday of the past week. Ann Haberstroh and friend, Su- san Burns, left Tuesday morning to return to their homes in Osh- kosh, Wis., after visiting Mary Garman and other relatlves and friends the past week. Ross and Pamela Garman, Anna Marie, Taylor Dawn and the twins, Tessa Rae and Jaycee Ree, visited Betty Rush Thursday evening at her home in Hulett. Lynell Konantz from London, England, was visit- ing there also. John Konantz was called to Rapid City as his mother was hospitalized there. The Gar- man family took a birthday cake to Betty Rush for a pre-birthday party. Her birthday' was Sunday. Will and Sam Yemington and Sally Rogers dined at higbee's cafe Wednesday night and the boys were overnight guests of their aunt, Sally Rogers. Jeremy Garman spent from Sunday, June 22 until Thursday at the home of his grandparents, Gerald and Patsy Bunney of near Aladdin where he helped with haying operations. Elaina Rathbun accompanied Girl Scout Troop 830 of Hulett to a Girl Scout camp at Rapid held Monday, NOI II[P,N 7:00 4:.00 Set 4:00.7:004):00 Sun S:00-7.~4.'00 swv r~dey 2 7:lS.9:ts 4:00.7:11-0:15 Sun. $,~@.7:1S4:, I$ Moat in Black 7:t S.41:. t$ Set 4:00.7:IS-9:18 Sun S:00.7:184:1| My Best, Friend's Wedding Julia Robwto 3 7:oo~18 BATMAN Set. 4:00.7:00.9:.16 Sun. 5,~0.7: ! S@~IO & Stay, no psm* ROBIN [1~ Walt Dlsney'e HERCULES [] Tuesday and Wednesday. They Sunday forenoon and also called retumed home In the late after- at Opal Oudin's. noon Wednesday. Kenny Rathbun spent some time Chesney Rathbun, who Is a inHulettSundaywhereheassisted baseball player with the Nelman with building a new baseball dis- Sawmill teamofHulett, played in a mend. They hope to get it ready to game Tuesdaywith another Hulett seed some grass this fall. team, namely Hulett National Roy and Janice Keffer and sons, Bank. On Thursday, Chesney and Ken and Preston, all of Gillette, WY Elaina Rathbun played in a base- were Sunday afternoon visitors at ball game against the Purple team the home of Kenny and Denise from Sundance in which Wlll and Rathbun, Elalna and Chesney. Sam Yemington were players. This area received some good Sarah, Will and Sam Yemington moisture Saturday afternoon and camped out at Keyhole Reservoir during the night with rain gauges Saturday night and part of Sun- measuring from four tenths of an day. Their parents, Bob and Mary inch to nearly eight tenths. Sunny Yemington, helped them get their Divide also saw some small hail tent set up and everything orga- nized Saturday afternoon and with the aid of the cellular telephone, the children could keep in touch CITIZEN MENU with home folks. ~'~'~,'~'~'~'~'~'~'~'~'~'~,'~,~,'~, Kenny and Denise Rathbun, 8UNDANCE Elalna and Chesney visited Thursday, July3 Thursday evening at the home of Roast pork, potatoes with gravy, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Latimer where they enjoyed birthday cake and cabbage, roll, yogurt. helped Jack celebrate his birth- Friday, July 4 day. HappyblrthdaytoMr. LatimeH July 4th holiday, center closed. Bob and Lena Perry of Mountain Monday, July 7 Pork chop, potatoes and gravy, View, WY visited at Opal Oudin's asparagus, roll, peaches. ranch home Sundayafternoon and Tuemiay, July 8 stayed overnight in their van camper. Opal Oudin and Bob Chicken pot ple with biscuit top- Wyman met them for lunch at the ping, tossed salad, vanilla pud- Log Cabin Care in Sundance dingwith mixed fruit. Monday where Mr. Perry hostedWedne~lay, July 9 the meal. Baked ham and turkey, baked Kelly King of Devils Tower, WY, beans, pota*~a salad, mixed veg- etables, bread, cherry pie. was a Friday overnight guest of Thursday, July 10 Lacey Garman at their home near Chicken strips, tater tots, toma- Miller Creek Road. Anna Marie Garman returned totoes, roll, rice pudding. her home in Gillette Sunday "af- Friday, July 11 ternoon with Wayne and Dixle Meafloaf, mashed potatoes, let- Garman and baby, Peggy Sue. tuce salad, California blend veg- Steve Wood, Clay and Cody went etables, ice cream HULETT to Sundance Saturday where Cody stayed with Diane Austin and Bill Sunday, July 6 Austin accompanied Steve and Clay Roast pork, mashed potatoes, lettuce salad, California blend to Spearfish. Diane Austin dellv- vegetables, pumpkin pudding. ered Cody to a birthday party in Sundance for one of hls friends. Monday, July 7 Meatloaf, sweet potatoes, peas, Bob and Mary Yemington were wheat bread, apple sauce. among the crowd attending the Open House Sundayafternoon held Tuesday, July 8 at the Vore Buffalo Jump located Meafloaf, baked potato, carrots, west of Beulah along Highway 14. raisin bread, applesauce. The University of Wyoming has Wedm~Klay, July 9 had several students digging in the Swiss steak, baked potato, cot- "sink hole" a week or two where tage cheese with peach half, vita- they have dug out many bison mln C Juice, tapioca pudding. bones and artifacts. Sally Rogers Thursday, July 10 Chicken with rice, copper carrots, of Sundance also attended the open home made roll, pear sauce, oat- house as she was enroute home meal cookie, vitamin C Juice. from checking on her paintings in galleries in the hills towns. Some of Friday, July I I the people working at the Buffalo Fish, baked potato, beets, fruit Jump stated they have lots of salad with citrus fruits, oatmeal cookie. visitors as they see the teepees set MOORCROFT up and stop to check on why they Sunday, July 6 are there. Oven fried chicken, baked sweet Jeremy Garman was in Spearfish Saturday where he Joined a group potato, broccoli, tossed salad, for a "three on three" basketball pumpernickel, gingerbread with tournament, topping. Ross Garman visited with Perry Monday, July 7 Sliced turkey and ham on wheat Llbby at his ranch home north of bread, mixed vegetables, carrot/ the Sunny Divide Comm_unity Hall raisin salad, apple brown Bet~. discount per gallon on Every- Gallon of gas. GREGG FORSBERG'S TRADING POST OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK Old Town Beulah, Wyoming - Exit 205 email:beulah@icontrol.net 307-643-2277 * 1-888-BEULAHW www.beulah.com WHO ARE THEY? Correctly identify the ladies in this photo, print your answers on a postcard along with your name, address and phone number and drop it in the mail to Fair Office, Box 473, 8undance, WY 82729. All correct entries postmarked on or before Thursday, July 10,will be eligible for the Watermelon Rolling Contest and a chance to win $50. If you win a slot in the contest and don't want to compete, you can name someone to represent youu The Watermelon Roiling Contest will be held during the Bull Bustin' Blowout Friday evening, August 8. Watch next week's newspaper for another picture to Identify. Tuesday, July 8 Hamburger tater tot casserole, lettuce salad, orange juice, bread, Rice Krispie bar. Wednesday, July 9 Salad plate, chlcken/green peas/ macaroni salad, pork and beans, sllced raisin bread, orange whlp. Thursday, July 10 Cup of chili, crackers, slice of cheese, vitamin C fruit, salad and pasta, carrot bread. Friday, July 11 Cabbage rolls with tomato sauce, tater tots, sunshine salad, dinner roll, chilled apricots. CITY COUR~ Jean A. Lines, Colu Speeding 49 mph. In zone, fine $68.00. Gary R. Lawrence, Speeding 44 mph. in zone, fine $58.00. Klmberly Sue Kalamazoo, MI, in a 30 mph. zone, fine STATE FARM Fall registration set for Sundance Community Ed Fall registration for Sundance Community Education will begin Monday, August I I, with final registration on Tuesday, August 19, 1997 from 12-7 p.m. In the Sundance High School commons area. Eastern Wyoming College advi- sors, Damon Hof and Billy Bates, will be available to help anyone with questions about obtaining a degree, requirements for specific programs, transferring credit, which courses to take, etc. from 3 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, August 19 in the commons area also. Credit classes will begin on Tuesday, September 2, 1997. College credit classes offered for Fall semester are: General Chemistry, CHEM 1020, 4 cr. hr., Julie Cross. English I, ENGL1010, 3 cr. hr., Virginia Jespersen. U.S. History, HISTI210, 3 cr. hr., Rick Reid. Beginning Drawing I, ART1050, 3 cr. hr., Sarah Rogers. Speed Reading, HMDVII00, 1 cr. hr., Carol Jones. Heavy Resistance Conditioning, PEACI273, I cr. hr. Dr. Alvin Neighbours. Intro. To Criminal Justice, POLS2120, 3 cr. hr., Bill Rice. Beginning Sign Language, SPPAI050, 3 cr. hr., Jackie Cowger. General Horticulture, CROP I 100, 2 cr. hr. Gene Gade. Emergency Medical Tech. (EMT), HLTKI690, 4 cr. hr., Dr. Tom Ri- chards. Intro. To CMAPI880, I cr. Spreadsheet CMAP1750, 2 McCartney. The Internet, hr., Joe Popham. I: Lotus I-2-3, cr. hr. Jean Word Processing lI:" Wd Perfect, CMAPI705, I cr. hr., Jean McCartney. Horseshoeing I, EQST1570, I cr. hr., Duane Gilbert. Farm/Ranch Bus. Management, AGEC2020, 3 cr. hr., Gene Gade & Ron Vote. Fitness & Conditioning (aerobics), PEACI020, I cr. hr., Julliann Hughes. Middle School Philosophy, EDC12490, 2 c.r. hr., Mel Miller. History of Wyoming, HIST1250, 2 cr. hr. Mel Miller. Introduction to Geography, G&RI000, 3 cr. hr., Mel Miller. INSURAN State Farm Sells Life Overview of Special Education. )ill HartmaP EDEXI010, 3 cr. hr. Mel Miller. BOX 88.6, Sundance, W! General interest classes are now being organized and will be 307-283-2187 scheduled later in July. If anyone State Farm Life and has questions or suggestions, Accident Assurance please call Linda Moberg at 283-Home Office: BIoomir 2769. Have a safe and The repair shop will be closed on the Gas is auai bla 24 hours a day with a malor oredlt card. LESLIE'S STANDARD "S-t-r-e-t-c-h Your One Jimmy Dean HOT DOG / SAUSAGE 414' Two 20 oz Coke Products (June 28. July 6) HORD,S SUNDANCE 'I XACO su W Hwy 14 & 1-90 * Sundance, WY HourS: 307-283-2240 M-F Open 7 days e week * 6 am. 9 pm Sat S am-l Music By SAT JULY 5, - -=~ ~-. 9 . WELCOME ~' d HOME YA'LL COME CLASS We'll have a BLAST ! 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