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Page 3- Thursday., September 2, 2010 "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance Times -- Cards of Thanks --- Thank You Thank you to everyone for having special prayers for me during my testing at Mayo Clinic. Thanks for all the calls, cards, and visits. They are all greatly appreciated. Ben Jensen Thank You Thank you, Sundance State Bank for buying my 4-H lamb, I really appreciate id! Thank you Danice Conzelman for putting on the livestock camp, I learned a lot. And thank you for letting me stay with you during fair. Thank you sooooo much to the Snook family, for giving me my lamb and letting me keep it at your house! Love Ya! Looking forward to next year's faM Cheyenne Kersnick Thank You Thank you, St. Onge Livestock, for buying my 4-H ewe lamb. This was my first year showing so I really appreciate your support. I wouM also like to thank Danice Conzelman for helping me with this so much and pumng on the livestock camp. I would like to thank the Snook family also forgiving me the lamb and letting me keep it out at their ranch and helping me out a lot. I can't wait "til next year's county fair! I)n really looking forward to it. Thank you, Sincerely, Dakota Kersnick Thank You Thank you, George White for buying my pig this year at County fair. Also I would like to thank Danice Conzelaman forputting on the Livestock Camp this summer and for all you do to help us all, all year long. Thanks again, Bug Snook "Thank You Thank you, George White thanks for buying my lamb at the Crook Co Fair. And thanks for donating the lamb back to Danice Conzelman's Livestock camp. That is a very important event for our 4-H youth. Thank You, Austin Snook Our Thanks The family of Harry Clingan wouM like to express our gratimde for your kindness whether it was kind words, prayers, food, flowers or a memorial contribution, we Wo}ddltke/o x/Jha special thank you to the staff of the Crook County Long Term Care for all yotar devoted care. Myra Clingan Evelyn Frieze family Raymond Clingan family E4, Clingan family Joe Clingan Theresa Benavidez family Cathy Dowdy family Becky Ernster family Thank You Thank you to all who supported me and voted for me through this campaign; those who put up my yard signs, donated campaign funds, orjust gave me a smile and said '7n votingfor you!" God bless you/Feel free to write my name on the ballot for the General Election to show more support! Please don't forget to show up for the General Election and vote for those who you believe would make the right decisions for this county. Theresa Curren Paid for by Theresa Curren 75 Years Ago Sept 3, 1935 Announcement that Mr. and Mrs. Clint Wells will soon celebrate their golden wed- ding anniversary has historic significance in that Mr. and Mrs. Wells are the first couple to have secured a marriage license in Crook county and celebrate their fiftieth anniver- sary here. The first marriage li- Peek at cense in Crook | county was to the Daniel E. Stout and Miss Leona Past E. Boon and was issued on June 26 th, 1885. The second license was issued to William Eng. lebright and Edna May Waite on July 25 th, 1885. The fifth license issued was to Mr. Lu- man Woodward to wed L/zzie IV. Thorn on November 7, 1885. Recently Mr. Woodward called this to our attention and stated that they were married in the building now occupied by the Times, which served as the first court house in the county. The public school in Sun- dance opened on Tuesday with a heavy registration in all grades and the local school building is crowded this year. A total enrollment shows 222 students in all grades. Football practice started on Tuesday with 28 candidates out for the eleven. 50 Years Ago September 1, 1960 Construction continues at a fast pace in Sundance this summer as two new buildings are going up. The new building being built by Rodney Port on the site of the old Sundance Pharmacy building on Highway 14 and the new Sundance city hall is coming into existence on Main Street in the business district. Fire Chief Wilbur Dlllavou said Tuesday that trash burn- ing inside the city is prohibited because of the fire danger. He said burning at the city dump is also prohibited. Sundance schools opened Monday and when most of the registration was completed, the buildings were bulging with an early enrollment of 417 stu- dents. Supt. Jim Andersen also announced that school will be held on Monday which is Labor Day. He said in order for the students to have a break in the spring, rather that a week after school opens, it was necessary .to hold school that day. Mrs. Fted Cundy held a party for her son Bruce on his seventh birthday August 27 th with Gene Taylor, Bobby Habeck, Mark Hughes and Joey Po- pham as guests. Bruce McAmie was elected president of the Alva Farm Bu reau when the Alva local met in the Hulett Library. Other of- ricers are: Dean Svoboda, vice president; Mrs. Kay Drtskill, secretary-treasurer; and Mrs. Russell French women's rep- resentative. Four girls will complete in the state fair dress revue at the an- nual state fair in Douglas this week. Competing in the dress revue will be Atha Mitts, Joyce Mercer, Marlys Wiliey and Eva Chatfleld. 25 Years Ago September 3, 1985 Mr. and Mrs. Guy Taylor are the parents of their first child, a baby girl born August 26. Calble Jean weighed 7 Ibs, 91/2 ozs. In celebration of its 90 th birth- day, the Sundance State Bank will hold an open house Satur- day from 1-4 p.m. at the bank. The first directors of Sundance State Banks were J.W. Rog- ers, J.G. Bush, A.L. Ripley, C.H. Sackett and J.L. Propst. Present directors axe John P. llsley, Harry P. IIsley, James R. Darfee, Betty Jean Durfee and larank IV. Blakemaru Call us today for your FREE Security Analysis Smoke & Fire Alarm Systems Complete Systems with Local Monitoring DVR's &Time Lapse VCR's Toll Free: 1.888.310.81 70 Spearfish 642-8603 nnnN n-i-m-h n Fill n llSgegm |, Illll mm Sundance Outreach Sundance Community Education has changed its name to Sun- dance Outreach and has moved to Sundance High School. The telephone number remains the same - 283-1030. Office hours are Monday through Thursday, 9 aum. to 2 p.m. We are currently taking registrations for fall classes. College classes being offered here in Sundance through Eastern Wyoming College are American and Wyoming Government, POLS 1000, 3 credits, Mondays from 6 to 9 p.m. Public Speaking, 3 credits, CO/M 1010, Tuesdays from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Effective Substitute Teaching, 3 credits, EDUC 1501, Tuesdays from 4-6 p.m. For ad- ditional information or to register for any of these classes please call Sundance Outreach at 283-1030. We are in the process of developing/scheduling non credit classes. A spinning and weaving class will be offered in September. A basket dass will be offered in November. We are also working on developing a dog obedience class, an exercise class, possibly a felting class and a pottery class. If you are interested in any of these classes please give us a call for information or to sign up at 283-1030. Watch the newspaper for additional information. There will also be flyers at the bank and.library once the class list is firmed up. In November Crook County Medical Services District will be of- fering a Nursing Assistant Class in conjunction with EWC. For additional information or to enroll please call Mary Ann Duncan or Brandy Simpson at 283-35-1 or call Sundance Outreach at 283-1030: Chariot races in Gillette Chariot races will be held September 10-12 in Gillette to benefit a Gillette boy, Colton Erdman, who is fighting Dichennes Muscular Dystrophey. Chariot racing is just cowboy drag racing. It's a quarter mile behind the rawest of horse power around - two horses. On Friday, a Calcutta gathering will be held at Jake's Tavern in Gillette. Saturday the 1 lth, Chariot Races will be held at Cam-Plex Morn- ingside Park at 1 p.m. {$10 per carload). At 3 p.m. a Saddle Horse Race will be held (open to the public). A Benefit Dinner at Pokey's BBQ will be held at 7 p.m. ($8 per plate - open to the public): On Sunday at noon Chariot races will again be held followed by Saddle Horse Race at 2 p.m. There will be concessions, beverages, and you guessed it...BET- TING available trackside. Come help us and show your support in bringing horse racing back to this community. Feel free to contact Lara Gilliam at wyoslick l@gmail.com or (307) 660-0781 with any questions or comments. THANK YOU CONCERNED CITIZENS OF SUNDANCE FOR YOUR SUPPORT IN THE PRIMARY. SHERYL KLOCKER YOUR CONTINUED I SUPPORT IN THE GENERAL ELECTION IDFORBY NOULD BE GREATLY ICDIDA APPRECIATED. T00NK YOU FOR YOUR VOTES I AM VERY HONORED AND GRATEFUL TO ALL THE FOLKS Wq-IO WORKED SO HARD TO HELP ME MOVE FORWARD TO THE OENERAL ELECTION. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT ,aND YOUR VOTES. LISA FLETCHER PAID FOR B Y LISA FLETCHER safe old ,ith a FREE shreddingday o 2 from I0 to 3 p, ,;here tO with