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Page 3- Thursday, August 4, 2011 "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance Times Peek at the Past 115 Years Ago August 5, 1896 On Sunday morning, the 22nd, Rev M. Nichols performed the ceremony which united the lives and fortunes of Mr. S. L. Geddts and Miss Helen Luella Roadi- fer. The event took place at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Nichols and was a quiet affair. Mr. Ged- dis is a stranger in this com- munity. He holds a responsible position as machinist at Cam- bria, Wyo., and is spoken of as an industrious well-to-do young man. The bride is well-known in Sundance and throughout Crook County generally. She is a sister of Win. and Walter Roadifer. Miss Roadifer came to Sundance some ten years ago and has been almost con- stantly employed as a school teacher ever since. She is an accomplished young lady and is held in high praise wherever known. 75 Years Ago August 6, 1936 Election returns! Everyone will be interested in the outcome of the Primary Election, so again the local post of the American Legion is sponsoring an Election Night Dance, to be held at the pavilion on Tuesday night, Au- gust 18th. Music for the dance this year will be furnished by Bat Flno/a and his orchestra of Lead. Plan to spend election night at the Legion dance. You 11 get all the state and county returns and will have a good time. 50 Years Ago August 3, 1961 Activity at the Crook County Selective Service board in Sun- dance has increased as a.result of ent Kennedy's request for a boost in the nation's armed forces. Four county men left : Wdnsdey from Newcastle for "Denver where they will receive :physical exams. They are Rob- err Douglas, Moorcroft; and Russell Tracg, Ben Sager and Raymond Donaldson all of Sundance. Robert Stewart, Moorcroft, has transferred to Casper for his physical exam. Official canvass of the votes in last week's high school election reveals that Jay Russell Dur fee, Sundance; Richard Gray, Moorcroft; and John Callquist, Hulett were elected to the board for three-year terms. School District No. 1 voters approved a $65,000 bond issue to finance the construction of a second story addition on the south side of the present new school building in Sundance. The election of Ted Rounds, My- ron Goodson, Ivan Cressman, OZm Larsen, Ellis Livingston and Kenneth Canfield to the District 1 board was held. The announcement that girls from the seventh grade through the 12th grade must wear dresses to school this next year was made. 25 Years Ago August 7, 1986 Crook County will be repre- sented in the Wyoming State Rodeo Queen Contest this year by Davanne Noyce from Alad- din. NOTICE By Jill Mackey Our MT MORIAH CEME- TERY WALK was a wonderful evening - Rocky Courchaine helped with the presentations. Biographies were read on Mar- garet Swartz Beagle, James and Agnes Bowers, Her and Anna Mae Brockett, Dearie Bryan, George and Florence Carr, Lewis and Marjorie Den- nis, Claude and Lottie Dillon, Arthur and Pearl Huckins, Bertha Lytle, Rush Anthony Mills, Henry and Alice Reyn- olds, and Samuel and Sophia Young. Our next cemetery walk will be at Inyan Kara Cemetery on Friday, August 26. Library Programming: AN- NUAL QUILT DISPLAY through mid-August. NOVEL DESTI- NATIONS, our adult summer reading program runs through August. Read for prizes; at- tend series of international programs on Mondays from 4-7 p.m. CEMETERY WALK at Inyan Kara Cemetery August 26, 6:30 p.m. LUNCH BUNCH BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP meets every third Thursday at 11:30 a.m. THURSDAY READERS BOOK DISCUS- SION GROUP meets every third Thursday at 6 p.m. They have broken for the season and will resume in September. REGIONAL INTEREST BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP will take the summer off and resume in September. CROOK COUNTY LIBRARY BOARD meets every first Wednesday after the first Tuesday of each month (usu- ally). Location rotates between the libraries in Sundance, Moorcroft, and Hulett. Meetings open to the public. Next meet- ing Wednesday, August 3, 1:30 p.m., in Moorcroft. CROOK COUNTY LIBRARY FOUNDA- TION BOARD meets every third Thursday at 1 p.m. Location rotates among the three librar- ies. Next meeting is August 18 at 1:30 p.m. in Moorcroft. SUNDANCE FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY meet every second Tuesday, September through May, at 11 a.m., new members always welcome. Major projects Cemetery Walk participants. include the annual book sale, Valentine's bake sale, and Open House luncheon. New Fiction: THOSE IN PERIL by Wilbur Smith. When Hazel's daughter is kidnapped by So- malian pirates, Hazel calls on Hector Cross to help her rescue her, even if it means taking the law into their own hands. MORE THAN COURAGE by Harold Coyle. A special forces team operating deep in hostile territory struggles to stay faith- ful to a code of conduct in the face of brutal imprisonment and an uncertain future. THE FINAL STORM by Jeff Shasta. Soldiers, sailors, and marines sacrifice all for one final push toward decisive victory in the fierce maelstrom of the Pa- cific theater of World War II. SIXKILL by Robert B. Parker. Spencer meets Zebulon Sixkill, a young man whose lack of discipline is more than made up for by his quick way with a gun. WATER FOR ELEPHANTS by Sara Gruen, now a major motion picture. BLOOD TRUST by Eric Van Lustbader. When FBI agent Alli Carson becomes the prime suspect in a murder, a wide-ranging investigation is triggered, involving local ho- micide detectives, the Secret Service, the FBI and AUi's own uncle. EXCLUSIVE by Fern Mi- chaels. Itl take an assist from a source no one could have pre- Newsbox Crook County Library Board - Thurs., Aug. 4, 10 a.m, Moorcroft Branch Library Hulett Museum and Art Gallery Board - Thurs., Aug. 4, 4 p.m., Greater Hulett Community Center Electa Chapter #5, OES - Thurs., Aug. 4, 7:30 p.m. Novel Destinations - Man., Aug. 8, 4-7 p.m., Library- "Belgium/France" program by Chris Galloway Bear Lodge Car Club - Man., Aug. 8, 7 p.m., Wild West Espresso Crook County Land Use Planning & Zoning Commission - Man., Aug. 8, 7 p.m., Courthouse Jury Room-The public is welcome and encouraged to attend. This Week at Your Library Public Health Immunization Clinic - Tues., Aug. 9, Public Health Of- fice - Please call 283-1142 for an appointment. Crook County Fair Board -Wed., Aug. 10, 6 p.m., Fairgrounds - Please call 283-2644 to be placed on the agenda. dicted, let alone see, to secure a story that will shake Tinseltown to its very core... TIME FOR PA- TRIOTS by Dale Brown. When murderous bands of militiamen begin roaming the western U.S., a group of the nation's finest civilian airmen must put an end to the homegrown insurgency. New Nonfiction: THE QUAR- TER-ACRE FARM, by Spring Warren, daughter of Crook County resident Mary Streeter. "How I kept the patio, lost the lawn, and fed my family for a year..." WILD BILL DONOVAN by Douglas Waller. Story of the spymaster who created the OSS and modern American espionage. HIGH-SPIRITED WOMEN OF THE WEST by Anne Seagraves. Profiles of 10 courageous women who helped shape history. New Young Adult: ETERNAL: MORE LOVE STORIES WITH BITE, edited by P.C. Cast. THE DEMON KING, a Seven Realms novel by Cinda Williams Chima, donated by the Proctor family in memory of Dana Proctor. Han's life gets harder after he takes a powerful amulet from the son of the High Wizard, who will stop at nothing to reclaim it from him. New Junior Nonfiction: HEART-STOPPING ROLLER COASTERS by Meish Goldish. Discover why .many people Crook County Weed & Pest SWIMMING LESSONS The City will be providing Swimming Lessons August 8-19 $20 per child Relistrations can be picked up at City_ Hall PLEASE REGISTER AS SOON AS POSSIBLE 213 E. Main Street 307-283-3451 Level II 10:45-11:15am Level IV 9:15-9:45am Level Vl 9:15-9:45am Level I 11:30-12:00pm Level I11 10:00-10:30am Level V 10:00-10:30am ***City of Sundance Newsbox items are limited to informational, nonprofit, service and social group meeting and event notices for the purpose of notifying the public of upcoming events. Please confine to basic information (name of event/meeting, day, date, time, place). Board - Wed., Aug. 10, 7 p.m., Weed & Pest Office Masonic Lodge -Wed., Aug. 10, 7p..m Quilt Display - now through August at the Library Seasonal Volksmarches - May 1- Sept. 30, Sundance and Devils Tower -Call Diane Johannesen at 283-1043 for more info. SHS Band Collecting Aluminum Cans - Can be placed in the trailer by the car wash. NO BOTTLES, PLEASE! ANANDA Yoga Meditation Group- Call 283-2721. BINGOI - Every Monday at 1 p.m., Sundance Assisted Care Center. Duplicate Bridge- Tuesdays, PRE- Carp Hospitality Room - Call Vonda Lee at 281-1055 for more info. Bearlodge Yoga Clu b- Tues., Thurs. mornings, 8:30 a.m, Church of Christ; Man., Wed. evenings, 5-6:30 p.m., Church of Christ. Questions, call Do- teen, 283-1386. All welcome. Morning Glories Weight Loss Group - Every Thursday, 9 a.m weigh-in, 9:30 meeting. For more information call Mona at 283-2129. AI-Anon - Every Tuesday and Thurs- day, 8 p.m., Senior Citizens Center. Alcoholics Anonymous - Every Tuesday and Thursday, 8 p.m., Senior Citizens Center. Free E. coil testing for Crook County Residential Rural Wells - Please call the Crook County Natural Resource District at 283-2501 to pick up sample bottles and schedule a delivery and lab analysis time or find us on the web at www.ccnrd.org for additional information. I1)00' A Taste of Westem .TIMES 1t00!kl A T:00rtedded Beef Enchdadas [ Cattle Business Weekly recipe submitted by Janet Jensen I 2 cups seasoned shredded beef Sour Cream Sauce: j 8 medium flour or corn tortillas 7 oz. Can of diced roasted green chilies 1 cup salsa verde, aka, green salsa Garlic salt and cumin to taste cup diced onion 2 Tbsp. olive oil 1 cup shredded cheese stick of butter =A Tbsp. flour 1 cup sour cream 1 cups half/half or E. milk 2-3 beef bouillon cubs 1 cup water Cumin, salt and pepper to taste Add the chopped onion to a pan with the olive oil. Saut until transparent. Add beef, green chilies and warm through, adding garlic salt and cumin to taste. Add fresh cilantro, if desired. Spread the mixture evenly over 8 tortillas and top with shredded cheese. Tuck them together in a casserole dish and start the sauce. While you do that preheat the oven to 350 . Add butter and flour to the same pan as the beef mixture. Make a basic roux and whisk that together for a few minutes until it turns a golden brown. Then add in sour cream, milk or half and half, and bouillon cubes-dissolved in the water, and bdng to a boil, cooking until smooth. Add your salt as needed, pepper and cumin. When the sauce Is seasoned to your taste, pour it over the enchiladas and top each with two tablespoons of green salsa and shredded cheese. Bake in oven for 15 minutes or until cheese is melted and the sauce is bubbly. Crook County CattleWomen Recipes Brought to you by: I call these rides "scream ma- chines"! New Junior Fiction: DARK FIRE by Chris D'Lacey. Is Da- vid's power strong enough to protect an entire world, includ- ing those he loves and all the dragons, from an evil older than time? THE RUNAWAY DOLLS, the third Doll People story from Ann M. Martin, Laura Godwin and Brian Selznick; donated by the Proctor family in memory of Dana Proctor. Best friends Anabelle Doll and Tiffany Fun- craft have stumbled upon an unexpected visitor in a mysteri- ous package, a new doll named TiUy May... New Picture Books: THE FIRST RULE OF LITTLE BROTH- ERS by Jill Davis. A young boy learns that while his little brother's constant mimicking may be annoying, it is also a sign of admiration. BAKERY & WiNE BAR Sandwiches, Salads & Soup Large Beer Selection Stop In for a beer and a great homemade sandwich on fresh-baked bread! Remember:. Friday is Pastle Dayi (605) 559-1008 3135 E. Colorado Blvd., ,.Spearflsh, SD 57783 / .widemouthfroffeekery.m/ COME SEE US FOR FRESH PRODUCE & FRUIT/ *Fresh Peaches in This Week/ *Montana Cherries Coming Soon/ *Local Sweet Corn t The public is invited to wish John Kiplinger good luck as he retires from the City of Sundance on Friday, August 5th at City Hall from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. "CITY OF SUNDANCE