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PAGE 10 THE SUNDANCE TIMES AUGUST 23, 1979 that they had a pot Tro~ -SCHOOL (Cont. from Page 1~ Rural School: Baroid School, Bonnie J. Sipe; Four Oaks School, Janice E. Truchot; Homestake School, no teacher; Nebraska School, Paul W. Hennessey. Moorcroft Elementary: Principal, L. Warren Stone; kindergarten, Margo Gibson; Grade 1, Gaff Heimbuck, Debra J. Hein, Mary Ann Bee; Grade 3, Jeanne Threet, David Buns; Grade 3, LuAnn Helmer; Kathleen Law; Grade 4, Brace Heimbuck, Steve Kiley; Grade 5, Zelrna Pickerd, Deborah Handiey; Grade 6, Mary Beth Farnsworth, Helen Farnsworth; Vocal Music, Donna Mankin; Inst. Music, Paul Ormseth; Girls P.E., Mary McKillip; Boys P.E., Charles Cowan. Moorereft Secondary: C.O.E. Co4:kdinator, Bonnie Carmin; Art, Gary E. Sherrodd; Vo-Ag, Joe Carmin; Mathematics, Elva Castello; English/Speech, Richard Castello; Jr. High English, Allen Schneider; Com- mercial, Patrioia Haglund; Science, Richard Haglund; Librarian, Margaret Hall; Jr. High Science, Harold Lynn; Band, Paul Ormseth; Boys P.E,, Charles Cowan; Jr. High Math, Marilyn Ormsoth; Sec. Studies - Drivers Ed, Scott Handley; Home Economics, June A. Johnson; Jr. High Social Studies, Tom Smith; English, Kathryn Eddy; Girls P.E., Mary MdedUim t~inci~, Joe Gilmon; Reacling, Cam Blair; Speech Therapist, Jacqueline Roberts; ERC Facilitator, Rogers Ririe; Special Education, .Cynthia Cowan; Adult Ed Co-ord., Margaret Hall. Hulett School: Principal, Dick Claycomb; Psychol. Tech. - Administ. Assist., Bill Hayes; V2 Time kindergarten, kindergarten & Dev. Reading Coord., Eunice Loitner; Grade 1, Cindy Klinger; Grade 2, Pauline Joiley; Grade 3, Marilyn Stults; Grade ~1, Josephine Boyer; Grade 5, Bernard Delan- cey; Grade 6, Core, Lang. Arts, Sec. St., -Math, etc., Ronald C. Kribbs; Seventh- Eighth Grade Core, (Lang., Arts, Soc. St., Math, etc., Math - Science, William Gregor; Home Ec, Christy Neiman; C.O.E., Sharon Huher; Business Ed, Marilyn S. Golliher; Engllsh/Soc Studies (7-12), Debra C. Kribbs; Social Studies - P.E., Arian Cloutier; Mathematics, John Konantz; Art {K-12), Karl Fechner; Vo-Ag, Tom Stults; Music, Lydalou Neiman; P.E. & Driver Ed, Steve Bollenbach; P.E. -Biology, Linch Olson; Librarian - Science, Rod Knudson; Speech Therapy, Janell Garner; Special Educ. - Volleyball, Janice Ostdahl; School Nurse, Nadine Wood. Nadine Wood; Adult Education Cm-ord:, Patricia Brimmer. There are some big fish grown at Keyhole and Mike Smith of Sundance caught one of them about 6 p.m. Thursday. Mike was fishing with a crocodile spoon when he hooked and landed this 141/2 lb. Northern pike. The Northern was 38 inches long and had a 15 V2 inch girth. -FLYgl5 (Cont. from Page I) Wyoming State records for distance (34 miles) and altitude gain (II,000 feet) in a fantastic flight from Casper Mountain to a pig farm near Vo~. Sarah Butler of Ranchester will add a feminine touch, piloting her UP Firefly. "! can't mention all the great pilots who will be here by name, but I will say that the spectators should really en- joy the show. I've even recovered from my own in- juri~ enough to maybe be a factor in the scoring," langha K~. W'mds permitting, jim Tatge of Alzada, Montana is expected to make several flybys, and maybe a landing or two, with his motorized adaptation of a Quicksilver hang glider. And Dave Mader of Newcastle is trying to complete his powered Catto-15 in time to make an appearance. Speaking of winds, two ready on the north face of Sundance Mountain, overlooking Olive Shelldorf's property, and Gdroge White has been kind enough to allow use of his meadows below the south- west slope, in ~ of winds from that direction. Signs will be posted to direct traf- fiC. Any local merchants who would like to contribute "freebie" prizes for bullseye landings during competition are asked to contact Mike King or Ken Brickman at 283-2398. And all area resi- dents are encouraged to come out and watch the activites in support of the Crook County Search and Rescue Uait. Next week's Sundance Times will have full photo coverage of the event. The usher was busy es- corting wedding guests to their seats in church. A lovely woman appeared and the usher quickly took her arm and asked, "Are you a friend of the bride's family." "Oh, no," she murmured. "I'm the " Police Blotter A set of mechanic tools, stolen Sunday night, was re- covered Monday, according to Sundance Police Chief Joe Popham. The tools, valued at $500, were in a tool box taken from a Brasel & Sims truck parked on the east side of the Bear Lodge Motel. The theft is under investigation. *** A theft was reported tat the Apache Motel where loose coins and a vacuum cleaner were stolen from the main ,office. The articles were valued at approximately $250. Investigation is con-. tinuting. There were no injuries, in an accident at the intersec- tion of Third and Cleveland Streets. The accident oc- curred when Mrs. Paul Yeo- man, Sundance, turning left from Third Street onto Cleveland hit the left rear wheels of a Greyhound bus which was westbound. Damages were estimated at $350 and Mrs. Yeoman was cited for failure to yeild the right of way at a stop sign. On Aug. 8, a breakin was reported at Petersen Lumber & Grain Co. Taken during the night were 30 16-ft. 2x4's valued at $100. Popham said Bill Shelton has been arrest- ed in connection with the breakin and charged with petit larceny. Deer license info given John Rinehart, License Section Manager of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, announced this week that all additional 'deer licenses for the 1979 season have been sold. However, there is still time for hunters to pumhas~e their regular deer licenses. Dead- line for purchasing doer and elk licenses is Sept. 30. Sportsmen are advised to purchase their licenses as soon as possible to avoid the last minute rush. ~ year many sportsmen who waited until the last minute to buy licenses had difficulty in ob- taining them, Rinehart said and added that all the pro- blems normally associated with last minute license buy- ing would be minimized ff people, would buy their licenses well in advance of the Sept. 30 deadline. Governor announces "Safety Sai th" Governor Ed Herschler, honorary chairman of the Wyoming Safety Council, re- cently issued a proclamation inviting the state's religious leaders to participate in Safety Sabbath over Labor Day Weekend. Herschler called upon clergy and lay leaders to "direct the impact of their moral and spiritual leader- ship toward the edification of their congregations that ac- cidents can be prevented and that all citizens should ob- serve this message by avoid- ing costly mishaps, whether at work, home play or on the highway." Religious leaders may contact the Wyoming Safety Council for program plan- ning guides by calling 635- 4592 in Cheyenne or write 2322 Reed Avenue, 82001. Kadnm-Slmzm say wettZng vows Lora B. Karinen, Belle Fourche, S.D., and Dennis A. Skrove, Hulett, were married in a double ring, outdoor ceremony June 30 at the Alva Community Church. Merlin O'Haver officiated at the early evening cere- mony. Pianist Alice Long played "You Light Up My Life" as the processional. Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ma- honey, Alva, and Mr. and Mrs. Les Smith, Belle Fourche. Betsy Mahoney read I Corinthians 13:1-13. The ceremony closed with everyone present singing, "Morning Has Broken." A reception followed at Max's in Belle Fourche. A special cake, made by Wil- fl-eda Fowlkes in the bride's colors of blue and white, was served. The couple honeymooned in the Black Hills and are at home near Hulett. A surprise bridal shower was hosted by Harlene Hill on June 29 and an open house reception was hosted by Bobbi Lorenz and Sharon Smith on July 6. Range Riders 4-H Club holds tour Tl~e Range Riders 4-H Club started their annual at the home of Troy Clayeomb where we saw his leather- craft things that he is taking to fair. Then we went out- side and saw his chickens and ducks. This was followed by re- freshments and we moved on to our next stop at Snook residence, where she showed us her horse. We had re- freshments and moved o~ to the Jim Bob Bush residence. He showed us his horse, his wildlife and photography p~octs. Earl Dennis showed us his photography and leather project, and we had refresh- ments. We stopped at Rieslands next where Kay showed us her beef project and mac- rame project and her gar- dening project. Russell ' showed us his beef project and gardening. He also has many tJther 4-H projects. Our next stop was at the Jolley residence. Lila show- ed us her macrame project and her crocheting project later and served cake for her cooking projects. Karen showed us her leathercraft project and sewing project. She served filled buns for her cooking project. Also Erika us her Sewing project and served muffins for cooking project. Next was the Stultses where Scott and Doug Stults showed us their beef pro- jects. Our last stop was at the Terri Miller residence. Terri showed us her macrame pro- ject and served coffee cake for her cooking project. The Kids played games and the parents talked. After The Times Taxes are hi Mortgages are Fuel prices are Verily, in these man's home is his -Changing NOTICE OF SALE OF THE STATE OF WYOMING] lss County of Crook [ County Treasurer Office Notice is hereby given that I, Karen G. Glover, qualified, and acting county treasurer within and for state aforesaid, will on the 21st day of September court house at Snndance in the county the following described real estate for taxes due and shall take place between the hours of 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. will be continued from day to day, Saturdays and until all *of said land has been sold. The real property to be offered atkaid sale penalty, interest and costs due on the same is wit: Owner's Name and I)em~ptiom of Property B. HERBERT & IRENE E. BUCKMILLER % GERALD BROSA-Buckmillers First Add: Lots 6-7 ol Block 1; Key City Sub-Div: Lots 6-7 of 2 ........................................... LOLA A. COLLINS ET AL-Alva: LOts 1-3 of Block 5; 27A of Block 1 ....... . ......................... PAID BEFORE ADVERTISING -Tract NE%, lying W. of Hwy. of Sec. 29, Twp. 50 62 .......................................... , DONALD & GAYLE A. FERDERER ET AL RONALD H. STOVER-WIANW of Sec. 29, Twp. Range 62. PAID BEFORE ADVERTISING PAID BEFORE ADVERTISING lying W. of Hwy: less 3 A. of Sac. 29, Twp. 62 ................................................ IRVIN R. & JANICE I. HUMPHREY 1 1 1 1 1 WL/2StAEV~NWNE of Sec. 10, Twp. 51 63 ............................................... JERRY D. & MARILYN A. KNAPP-1 A. in NWNE% of Sec. 24, Twp. 54 Range 65 ........ . CHARLES Ek LEWTON-Vista West Sub-Div: 1- 2-3-4-5-6- 7-8-9-'i0- 11- 1- 13- 14- 15- -17-18-20-21-22-23-24-25-26-27 of Block 1; Lots 16-17-18-31-32 of Block 2; Lots 11-12-13-14-15-16-17-18 of Block 3; Tract in & NV2SE~/4 of Sec. 9, Twp. 51 Range 63 ........... CHARLES E. LEWTON-Vista West Sub-Div: Lot 3 ot Block 2 ......................................... CHARLES E. LEWTON-Vista West Sub-Div: Lot 5 0f Block 2 ........................................ CHARLES E. LEWTON-Vista West Sub-Div: Lot 24 o Block 2 ....................................... GARY R. MARSHALL ET AL % RONALD EAV~S" Pine Ridge Estates-" Lot 68 ....................... EDWARD H. & Id]A2E W. MCCUEN-Alden RobinSo~ Sub-Div: Tracts 1-2 .............................. CHARLES L. SHELTON-Sundance: Bowman Add: Lots 7-8-9 of Block 29. .." MILTON & BARBARA of Sec. 14; SV2SI/2:EI/2NEIA:NE~ASE; of NI/2NE of Sec. 21; NV2NV2 of Sec. 22; SV2NE~A Sec. 33, Twp. 49 Range 65 LEONARD C. & MARGARET NI/2NWIA of Sec. 31, Twp. 53 Range 60 ......... EUGENE BANNISTER-Knapp Sub-Div: Lot 1 I~2 ....... ~ .................. '. .............. EUGENE BANNISTER % ERIC M. SKOOG ! SHARRON L. WILSON-Knapp Sub-Div: E2/a of 1 2. DON L. & BONNIE JEAN MARQUISS 70 ERIC SKOOG & SHARRON L. WII2K)N-Knapp WV2 of lz)t 4 ................................... D.R. RICHARDS-Harwood Sub-Div: Lot 28, CLAUDE A. & ALVENA BRAY % DAVID J. M. MORRIS-Sundance: Railroad Add: Lots 23-24 & Portions of Lots 6-19-20 of Block 22 ..... LAURA B. Hooper-Sundance: Bullard Fourth Second Add: Lots 5-6 of Block 52. JERRY L. & ALICE R. North 22 feet of Lots 1-2 of Block 9 ............ JEROME G. & MARTHA SCRIBNER-SUndance: grew ~dd: South 75 feet of Lot 7 & WY2 of Lot Block A ................................. ROBINETr TRUCKING, INC. % GERALD Moorcroft: Fourth Add: LO 2 of Block 5 MELVIN J. & BEVERLY K. Westridge Add: Lot I of Block 4, sMrrH AUTOMOTIVE & SUPPLY, INC. SMITH JR.-Moorcroft: Westridge Add: All W. 100 feet of Block 9 ...................... JAMES P. & DARLENE H. SMITH-Moorcroft: ridge Add: All of Block 8. JAMES P. JR. & DARLENE H. SMITH ET croft: Westridge Add: W. 100 feet of Block 9. DON C. WORTHINGTON-Moorcroft: O.T.N. 10 the W. 70 feet of Lot H; S. 25 feet of WV2 of Lot Block 2..&: .I~ER.N.M.. WoR.T~NGI40bI.~I~ DON C. . Second Add: LOts 2-3 of Block 1. Witness my hand the day and year first Karen G. Glove~ Publish: Augt~t~ 23,~30; September 6, 1979