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PAGE 8 THE SU-I~DANCE John Lindseys will celebrate 50th anniversary John and Charlotte Lindsey will celebrate their 50th wedding an- niversary on Friday, August 18. Friends wishing to help them celebrate are asked to send cards and letters to them at 701 E. 18th, Torrington, WY 82240. Nuckolls family reunion is held The members of pioneer settlers William and Myra (Lawrence) Nu- ckolls gathered in Denver, CO, July 15 and 16, 1995 for their annual family reunion. Hosts were Wilma (Nuckolls) Sahir-Sflan and Glen and Lois (Nuckolls) Spaur of Den- ver. The occasion was saddened by the critical Illness of the wife of Stephen Nuckolls, Minna Lee, who is in the hospital at Billings, MT with Steve at her side. The remaining seniors enjoyed dinner Saturday evening at the North Woods Restaurant while Wilma's son, Stephen, and daughter, Shantelle, invited the younger members to their home in Englewood, CO for the evening. Highlight of the weekend was the midday meal held at the Jefferson Avenue United Methodist Church. Its spacious facilities accommo- dated the 40 guests very nicely. Glen Spaur, master of the grill, served outstanding boneless pork ribs, which were supplemented by all kinds of family favorite recipes. Attending this year's event were Linden Neiman representing his mother, Eve (Nuckolls) Neiman, now deceased; Otto and Emma (Nuckolls) Heiser and son, Larry, from SD; Terry (Nuckolls) Gibbs and Clifton Nuckolls, daughter and son of Stephen Nuckolls, Buffalo, WY and their families; all of Jw and Thea Nuckolls family, with the exception of Shannon and Dawn (Nuckolls) Brengle who were at work on the home ranch in Barlow Canyon. Special guests were Mildred (Yeoman) Cutshall and Doyle and Clarine (Yeoman) Cutshall, former residents of Sundance, WY and Rev. Gilbert Zyzniewski and wife, Jean of the Jefferson Ave. Church. Many members enjoyed Water World, Denver's oceanside adven- ture and several stayed over to attend baseball games at Coors Field. Christian Wmnen to hear speaker Barbara Kaufmann, Ft. Collins, CO will be the "Blue Ribbon Speaker" at the Crook County Christian Women's Club on Thursday, Aug. 17 from I0 a.m. to noon at the Civic Center in HuletL Kaufmann is a member of the American Counseling Association and is the mother of two and grandmother of four. She enjoys Jogging and people. The special feature for the meet- ing Is a "Silent Auctlon". Each per- son attending is asked to bring an item, either craft or baked, for the auction. "Prize Winning Melodies" will be provided by Anita Holmes from Hulett. The overall theme of the brunch is "Meet Me at the Fair". Reserva- tions can be made by calling Mary Barbour, 467- 5740;, Linda Church, 283-2406; or Karen Freytes, 756- 9652. They ask that reservations be honored, cancelled or used by a friend. CEL _ULARONE+ Food Show-Off winners named Seven 4-Hers participated in the Food Show Offand Demonstration Day held in the courthouse base- ment on July 27. Demonstrations or illustrated talks were given in the areas of home economics, agri- culture and the general category which Includes any topic not related to agriculture or home economics. Jenna Moline received a purple TIMES AUGUST IO, 1995 ribbon as a beginner in the agri- culture category for her demon- stration 'The Wonderful World of Horse". She also received a blue ribbon in the home economics category for her demonstration "Cool Cooking the Micro Way". Rachael Moline walked away with a purple ribbon in the Junior divi- sion for her home economics il- lustrated talk '%Vardrobe Blues". Cori Turblville received a blue ribbon in the Junior division in the agriculture category with her il- lustrated talk "Basic 5 to Stay Alive". Senior member, Amber Fowlkes received a blue ribbon for her demonstration "How to prepare and show Rabbits." She also won a trip to State Fair to compete In the State Demonstration competition. Two contestants participated in the Food Show Off. Brandi Brengle, a beginner, received a purple rib- bon for her presentation "Lamb Kabobs". "Quick Beef with Broc- coli", was the title of Amber Fowlkes' presentation which earned her a purple ribbon and a trlp to State Fair in the senior division. Purple ribbon winners will re- ceive awards on Friday night dur- ing the style revue at County Fair. These 4-Hers deserve congratula- tions for the fine presentations they gave during the County Food Show Off and Demonstration Day. Pauline Kanode ends 48 years at First American After a long career doing an ex- cellent job as manager of the First American Title Guaranty Agency of Crook County, Pauline Kanode retired on Friday, August 4. Pauline was first hired in 1947 by Roger Thomas, the owner of the Security Trust and Title Company. She began work there as an ab- stractor. She continued to work there during the many changes In the ownership of the firm. When Roger Thomas died, his wife, Imogene, took over the ownership. Later she sold to Ivan Cressman. On his death, Vic Worthington took over the company. On January I, 1979, it became First American Tltle Guaranty Branch of Crook County and shortly after, Pauline was ap- pointed as the manager. A year later it was incorporated as First American Title Guaranty Agency of Crook County. OnApril I, 1983 Pauline acquired her license as title insurance agent. She continued in the position of manager of the firm until her re- tirement. In May 1949, Pauline married Jess Kanode, a widower with four children, Walter, Blanche, Jerry and Jean. Two more children were born to them, Claudette and Floyd. They have numerous grandchil- dren and great grandchildren. Marie Jackson, who has worked with Pauline for many years had this to say, " wish them a very happy retirement". 50th anniversary event held for John Molines The family of John and Margaret Moline hosted an all-day celebra- tion for their 50th wedding anni- versary July 15. A family luncheon was held at noon in the basement of St. James Lutheran Church in Belle Fourche. It was followed by an open house for John and Mar- garret and a supper at the ranch. Special guests were John's brother Bob and wife, Violet, from Mitchell, SD; sister Gen and hus- band, Virgil Nalvigen and son, Steven, from Kimball, SD; sister, Betty, and husband Walter Swanson, and son, John and family from Pukwana. John's cousin, Jamie Moline, and his wife Bertha, from Circle, MT and their son, Ri- chard, and hls wife from Sheridan attended. Margaret's cousin, Gerald, and his wife, Patsy from Aladdin and her cousin LeRoy Butts and wife, Lila, from Sundance were also in attendance. John and Margaret were married December 23, 1945 at Deadwood, SD. John had returned from the European Theater in October and Margaret, from defense work in Long Beach, CA. They lived in Central City, SD for nine months and then moved to Kimball, SD to a farm for 12 years. From there they moved to the present ranch, the X Heart to raise their seven sons: John, Dan, Ted, Kevln, Galen, David and Brett. John and Margaret wish to thank all those who helped, their family, those who attended the events and all who sent beautiful cards. They also wish to thank their family for the beautiful ranch sign. Aladdin rodeo queen contest planned Aug. 26 The Aladdin Queen Contest will be held this year during the NRCA Rodeo. This will be the 7th annual contest with a Jr.Jr. Princess, age 4-7; Jr. Princess, ages 8-12; Prin- cess, 13-17; and for the Queens, age 18-24. The contest will be on the 26th of August starting in the morning with horsemanship, followed by interviews, a brunch, speeches and modeling. Entries must be in by August 19 and be accompanied by a $25 sponsorship fee. Entry blanks are available by writing the Aladdin Store, No. I Rodeo Drive, Aladdin, WY 82710 or by calling 307-896- 2226. Child support group will hold free support class The Sixth Judicial District Child Support Authority will be giving a free child support class on Tues- day, Aug. 15 from 7-9 p.m. in the community room of the Crook County Courthouse in Sundance. This class provides an opportu- nity for single parents to ask questions about child support and to obtain answers to their ques- tions. Anyone wanting more informa- tion about the class can call 1- 800-360-5220 or 307-283-2523. lilillliillillii[11[iliililiili11111111iillillliilil[llllillllililililli~ Nursing Home Ill News liB, lllllllllllllllllllnlillllllllllllllllilUl|lllllllllllnlllnllllllllllX Visitors at the Crook County Nursing Home for the week of Au- gust 1 U~rougl~August 7 were: For Edna Vaughn, Diann Loury; for Gilda Dirks, Dorothyand Owen Weaver, Rosalie Landa, Pat and Dave Rentsch; for Eme Conzel- man, Shannon Conzelman, Paul and Jean Conzelman; for Annie Bears, Virginia Dean, Paul and Jean Conzelman. For Nellie Humphrey, Dorothy Burckhard, Jeanne, Lacey, Lind- sey, Lachelle and Kelcl Smith, Pat and Dave Rentsch; for Gertrude Kokesh, Allen and Dorothy Dickey; for Hattie Penn, Dwight, Kathy, Andrew, Daniel Johnson. For LorenaAltaffer, Loren Altaffer, Hal and Florence Heater, Villa Park, IL, Bill and Norine Altaffer and family. For Nellie Brown, Joann Butts, Charlie Butts; for Ethel Taylor, Jessie Davis; for Edith Swenson, Peggy Froehlch, Clarlce Weiss, Margaret Booch. For Jim Barthel, Lisa Barthel, Molly and Amber Barthel. Richard and Irene Snider were in for church and visited all. Thin Week at Your L brm r ~llllllL#'/lllllllll/l~ by Jill Mackey Summer's almost over and the great rush is on! Take a few mo- ments from the mad rush of fair/ rodeo and the race for the first day of school. It's cool and quiet here at the library -- stop in to say hello, check out the displays, and READI New Fiction MUTANT MESSAGE DOWN UN- FOOD CE NTE R SUNDANCE Ribeye Steak Ribeye Steak with all the Trimmings d 4- 7 P.M. In Our Parking Lot!!! THU AUG. 10 DER by Marlo Morgan. The fic- tional account of the spiritual od- yssey of an American woman In Australia, summoned by a remote tribe of nomadic Aboriginals to accompany them on a walkabout through the Outback. THE NIGHT MANAGER by John LeCarre. We are in a new arena of intrigue where the old rivalrles of great nations have been supplanted by the ravages of individual greed. We are In a new world of esplonage where the habits and rules forged by past generations of spies are put to more shocking use. New Nonfiction CHICKEN SOUP FOR THE SOUL by Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen. Two of America's best- loved inspirational speakers share the very best of their collected stories, favorite tales that have touched the hearts of people ev- erywhere. Chi/dren's Library THE SORCERER'S APPRENTICE by Walt Disney. Apprenticed to a sorcerer, Mickey Mouse tries to save himself work by making some "magic." Donated. MY TWO FEET by Alice Schertle. A young girl describes the adven- tures she has with her two feet, shod and unshod, year round. Donated. JOHNNY CASTLESEED by Ed- ward Ormondroyd. As Evan's fa- ther shows him how to make a wonderful sandcasfle, they see the idea spread and grow in the minds of others on the beach, as if from scattered seeds. Donated. AMOS FORI~NE, FREE MAN, a Newberry Medal winner by Eliza- beth Yates. Riveting, true story of Amos Fortune, born a prince of the At-mun-shi tribe in Africa and abducted by slave traders at the age offlReen. At the age of sixty he bought his own freedom -- and continued on as a free man to become an expert tanner, loving husband and father, and an active citizen. Donated. HELLO MALLORY, a Babysitters Club book by Ann M. Martin. Mallory Pike has always wanted to be a member of the Babysitters Club, but they aren't making it easy. First she feels like a baby on her first official baby-sitting Job, then they give her a written test with questions nobody could an- swer. THE WILLOWS IN WINTER by William Horwood, the sequel to The Wind in the Willows. Brought to life once more are the four most- loved characters in English litera- ture: the loyal Mole, the resourceful water Rat, the stem but wise Badger, and, of course, the exas- peratingi ~'TesistJble Toad:, ~+ Librmrv HiI~tli~1]f~ Many thanks go to Shirley and Orval Meier for the wonderful work they are doing in our flower bedsl Come and enjoy the gorgeous flowers and see the expansion they've been working on. KIDS, WE HAVE SOME OF OUR PUMP- KINS PLANI~DI7 Club Norma Bemd was the hostess for the B&T Bridge Club on August 2. Mildred Durfee had the high score and Bates Seeley second. Susan. Worthington had the low score. One guest was present, Peggy Cronn. Jeanne Wyatt will be the hostess on August 16. Heilman receives WTD award Mike Heilman of Sundance re- cently received a 10-year service award from the Wyoming Depart- ment of Transportation, according to the Department's Human Re- sources Office in Cheyenne. Heilman, a telecommunications specialist, joined the Department in Basin in 1985. A native of McLaughlin, Iman earned an associate's l in electronics from Cas All Friends and Relatives of Laura Mitchell are invited to celebrate 75th Birthday Sunday, August at Albert & Rlta (Andy} 26 Canyon Road, Sundance, From 2 to 5 P.M. i! ++m+mmmmm Km'e Johnson l)nnn Evans Chert Koelm CellularOne celebrates Crook County FAIR DAYS FREE CELLI with this ad Receive a FREE "Full-Feature" 3watt Cellular Phone with thisad. Call today for detailsl $49 ValUe." FREE MOTOROLA Carry or Mobile Phol1$ Now S~ Joe Grossi Your Rural Representative 680-0024 *'FREE phone ~md special phone pricing req Western Wireless. Some restriction,= apply. Call for dotalls. STOP BY OUR BOOTH AT THE FAIR WEDNESDAY THRU You're Invited to Our Crook County Fairgrounds Saturday, Aug. 12; 5:00 - 6:00 Decker's Food Center, Neiman Sawmills, Blakeman Propane, Sundance State Bank, Sundance Equipment Company, Metz Beverage. Salad Donated by the Crook County Fair Board. Sponsored By: Sundance Area Chamber of Commer,