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20, 1979 fain'Saturday night Sunday delayed and haying but is the gardens and anniversary cele- for Mr. and Mrs. Proctors given by daughters and Saturday eve- 18 at the Civic attended by a crowd and a very time was had. Rel- both came frpm away places as did friends and neigh- Mrs. Art Burhage from a trip of spent in and near Wis. ~ Saturday attended the of her daughter and John Me- in a beautiful cha- where all hmily and close both were in at- e. Judy is secretary Air National counsels girls that and her husband in construction Thursday follow- marriage, Judy and of other young members of Air GuardsJflew to St. Mo. where ten various states i in soft ball games are selected. extends to the families of Springs, Colorado, were here tended the Golden Anniver- over the weekend Visiting sary for Mr. and Mrs. Rich- relatives, friends and at- ard Proctor Sr. t CROOK COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT t PUBLIC NOTICE SCHOOL LUNCH tt Crook County School District today announced its policy for free and reduced price meals and free milk for t children served under the National School Lunch and Special Milk Programs. Local school officials have adopted the following family-size income criteria for determining ellgiblity: t t Eligibility Scale for Free meals and Free milk t (125% of Income Poverty t Guidelines) t t t t : 1 $4,590 2 6,040 t 3 7,490 4 8,940 5 10,390 6 11,840 ,~ 7 13,290 tt 8 ~ 14,740 Each Additional ' ~ Family Member 1,450 t t t t t t .I t t t t t tl Eligibility Scale for 1 Reduced price meals i ( 195 % of Income Poverty | Guidelines) ~ t t t t .| $7,160~ 9,420 ~ 11,~0~ 13,940.~ 16,2001 18,470 ~ 2o,7 22,9901 " t 2,26o I t Children from families whose income is at or below the levels shown are eligible for free or reduced price imeals, or free milk. In addition, families not meeting t these criteria due to unusually high medical expenses, t shelter costs in excess of 30% of income, special education expenses due to the mental of physical t t t condition of a child, and disaster or casualty losses are urged to apply, t Application forms are being sent to all homes in a letter to ,,parents. Additional copies are available at the tt principal s office in each school. The information t provided on the application is confidential and will be t used only for the purpose of determining eligibility. Applications may be submitted at any time during the t year. t A simple statement of income and family size is required, plus a signed certification by the parent or t guardian that the information provided is correct. Mr. and Mrs, Butzke returned to thek home in Wheelersburg, Ohio, after visiting at the home of their parents, the Lyle Butzke's of Rapid City and the Bill Spangier family. Ione Good- win and son Zackerry were also guests of her family the Spangiers. FEEDER REPORT At the Sioux City Stock- yards this week, feeder steers and heifers sold $8.00-5.00 higher, instances $10.03 higher on steers over 900 lbs. and heifers over 800 lbs. Good attendance. Bulk of supply feeder steers. FEEDER STEERS: Part load low-Choice 380 lbs. $87.25. Few loads and lots Choice 420-490 lbs. $85.75-91.75. Few lots 540-600 lbs. $82.50- 83.75. Lot thin 643 lbs. $81.75. Two loads and small lot 710-740 lhs. $78.00-79.65. Part load and small lot 800- 840 lbs. $76.50-77.25. Few loads and ~ lot Ohoice including moderately fleshly 940-970 Ibs. $85.00-66.60. FEEDER HEIFERS: Few Small lots Choice 450-500 lbs. $76.25-83.00. One lot Choice 597 lbs. $73.00. Two loads and small lot moderately fleshy to fleshy 830-870 lbs. $64.25-64.70. Part load Choice in Choice slaughter fleshy 930 lbs. $62.00. AUGUST 23, 1979 M SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 8 Auction receipts were very Only 840 head this week, light again as they have been which is not enough for ac- around much o~the country, curate average prices.. Tiros'for BACK TO SCHOOL Ph. 283-2943 Sumimme RANCH t Frisbee and t In certain cases, foster children are also eligible for t To be held at the ranch 26 miles northwest of MoovcroR, Wyoming. Go 21 miles( Hawley, Sr. who ..... t ..... ' • • these benefits. If a family has foster children living t I north on D Road and 5 miles west. Those commg from west turn off Highway 59 away recently and ~ with them and wishes to apply for such meals and milk ~• north at Weston, Wyo. and go 22 miles east. Both roeds will be marked. Ranchhas d to rest at Moore ~ for them, it should contact the school. ~ • been sold. • Hulett Cemetaries t Under the provisions of the policy, De•bert Har- t A~ J~ m mai am ma~ ~ m ~ m ~ I~t am~m A • ~ly. _. ~ baugh, Sundance Schools, Ric~nard Claycomb, Hulett ~ • ~ ~ TI I !~ I~ I ~ qK I~ I~ "11- M glad to know BOO ~ Schools,. and Moorcroft Elementary Principal, Moor,. ~ ~ " .~1~ i U~~ • m " : ~=~i=~" • U ~back home and re ..................... t ~ ~m~m minim" immwi mm~ ~mmmm -m~ t cro~.~cnoom, wmrewew appacauonsanaae~ermlne t~ , 'i , , -~ . .... ;~ ! !.~ " ' . V from a recent fall. ~ eligibility. If a parent is dissatisfied with the ru~. of ~ • Sdestartin at 10:00 ~ Odm~Outlaws 4-H Club • teiger, a former res- t the official, he may wish to discuss the decision with the ~ ~ _ _ _ ~t now back at his ~ determining official on an informal basis. Ifhe wishes ~V MA/'UIMEBV TDII/'If~ F.I~IIIDMi:UT ~neatOskosh, Wis. ~ to ndake a formal appeal, he may make a request either ~ ~ MAq~IIIHI[JKI III~U~INJ LvUlrlqUll ~recently calling on, tt orally or in writing to Robert J. McNutt; Super- , • IHC ~~--4000 d~'~r, real go0d-6Ol y ~is while in the t intendent of Schools, County Courthouse, Sundance, ~ ]~ F~s.--D-4 Caterpillar w/cab & 8 R. dozer, real good, • to visit his daughter -~ WY, telephone 283-2299, for a bearing to appeal the t ~~~ gq~--W~C tractor w/nearly • and family. ; • • ." .... ~ • decimon. The policy contains an outline of the heann~ , ~r ~~. S~ther, ved ~k ~I Mrs. Tony Buck- i procedure. : • good N~--68 New Holland baler, ready to • ~d three daughters t If a family member becomes unemployed, or if ~ • ~. w/ahSflfa attachments, re.good--model 329 I ~ed from two ,~ent on the west ~ family size changes, the family should contact the t • E~ ~ ~,~-~w ~n 9 ft. ~m ~ d~r, "wdl fit nearly all • ~iting his b r~her t school to file a new application. Such changes may ~ • ~mafion box, 25,000 actual miles, • make the children of the family eligible for reduced ~ ~ ~ ~-~ ~ ~ ~ck w/18 ft. combination box, air cond., • t~rold Buckingham, ~ price meals, or for additional benefits such as' fTee t • ~rd 4x4 pickup, has newmotor 7,030 • i two small sons. • ~ meals and milk, ff the family income falls at or below ~ ~ mil~ ~ ~~t ~d 1032 b_ale wagon_, exce~ent • ~d Mrs. Gary Mc-. ~ the levels shown above... ~ • ~. d man.ure l_oade.r--_IHC • ~cl two small child- ~ In the operation of child feeding programs, no child t • ~ide delivery ~e-.-3-point Ford I August 19 for Palls- ~ will be discriminated against because of race, sex, ~ • ~l b~mt 6 ft. blade for Ford • • raska to spend a : color, or national origin, tt • ~int8 .~ disc for F0rd--Farmhand" pto • !Visiting his parents, t Each school and the office of the Creok County School t ]~ ~~ new--Wykoma • his brother Larry ~ District has acopy of the complete policy which may be ~ • posth~mch aug~r--Servis rotary mower & beater, 5 ft.--ll ft. • ~nove here. ~ reviewed by any interested person. ~ , t • Mas~ steel--8 ft. IHC grain drill on steel--ONAN 5,030 "Jk e must report the ~,,.,,,,,,.,,.,,,,.,,,,.,,..,,...,,. ..... ... ...... .~ A ~ ........ .~ ,ffi~ __~ ~^.~ L_~_ _~ ..... amp. W~IA~ISK, rein gooa--oale elevator some new babies. ~ • ~on harm~--fanni~_ mill_,Lce_ment mixer--2 I dne weighing5 Ibs.. • • ___ ~ • pic~p stock racks--~ OF DANIEI~ PORTABLE CORRAI~ W/TRAILER • ornJuly 18,1979to • ,ira • • LOADING CHUTE* 250 cow size--W-W cattle chute on wheels--W-W celf table-- • Mrs. Marvin Mc- • m~. ~ - • • calf creep feeder--R~ISTERLEFT RIB ITv'F.STOCK BRAND 9-2--_2 sets ~ • Belle Fourche • R_ _m , • ~ ~o~le_n wh~led T reConter. Mr. and I i[nslrmimn tr I ][~x24' culvert--75 gal po_ rtab!e gas • McAmis are pater- I ~,~..~B.--.== . , l • tank~" ump~f°rtract~--steelwheelwag°n-~-100fl'heavy • parents and Mr. . . • electric welder lea~--Sunbeam ~earmaster--~p throader--wood burning tank Carp McAmis are presents • h~~-- ra~--horse ~ _manure spreader-- • great-grand pc- "--. _ •. ~ • ~ • p~ )~ 2 ~-- / hp~rs--3-~int barrel rack--por'mble air tank--snow • gumry nuaeison • f~.~~ ~ • bridles--complete set caterpillar ~rvice • a son, Douglas • ~ co~ grinder--buzz box • born to Mr. and -- I ~tt]e Sprayer, still in crate--2 cattle • Wood at Belle At the Piano • oLl~md ~~ ~ ~ter.--si~e grinder--.150 lb. anvil, • forge---well pulling tools--post drill~2-wheel traller~horse drawn mower~new, lbs. 9 ozs. Les brass lined cylinder 2V~"--calf puller--vet supplies--bolts, log chains, shovels, Rusty ~ play for your listening pleasure, tools, and "youmarne it" found at a cleanup sale. father Clara Wood is grandmother. 5, Jason Brace lbs. 3 ozs. was and Mrs. Alvin at Belle Fourche Mr. and McAmis are pa- and Mr. McAmis are great-grand pa- and Mrs. J.O. are parents of a further ildor- at this Mrs. Vernis R. bf Colorado Tuesday & Tlmrsday nights 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. is Steak Night $1.00 OFF on all steaks on the menu FURNITURE -, GUNS ANTIQUES new, Stokermatic heater---3 old thinks--table, 6 chairs & bidfet---Coolerator deep freeze---IHC cream separator---tatile w/4 ch~s--2 bed w/mattresses, twin size & Ύ---2 wardrobes--2 burner gas hot plate---troadle sewing roaching--jars--misc. antiques--30-30 Winchester rifle--30-30 Marlin rifle--22 Magnum rifle---22 single shot pre-war rifle---22 single shot w/short barrel--Misc. TERMS: CASH Not Respoasible for Accidents ALLe OWNER R.A. "DICK" IqADER & SONS