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7 / PAGE 8 THZ SUNDANCZ ~ SEPTEMBER 12. 1996 CALL FOR BIDS Crook County School District No. One desires to receive sealed bids on a 1965 12~50' Moblle Trailer located at Homestake Rural Elementary School north of Oshoto a.4 is wheteis, to be removed within 60 days of notification ofbld acceptance. The successful bidder will be responsible for all clean up of materials from trailer. Send bid in sealed envelope marked "]Yailer Bid". For viewing, key can be picked up at Central Office, 108 N 4th, Sundance. Blds close on September 12, 1996 at 2:00 p.m. Publish: September 5. 12. 1996 IN THE DIBTRICT COURT OF THE ~ JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF WYOMING WITHIN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CROOK IN THE MATTER OF THE ) ESTATE OP. ) MABEL HEDDED, ) Deceased, ) Probate No. 5008 NOTICB OF APPLIC~TXON FOR DECREE ] IVJt' O RIOIIT AND TITI TO REAL PRO 'rY NOTICE IS GIVEN in the above-entitled matter that Charles A. Davis, pursuant to the provisions of Wyoming Statute §2-1-205 (1977 as amended} has filed in the District Court, Crook County, Wyoming, an application showing the facts in thls action as required by law and ask/ng that a decree establishing the right and title in the real property located in Crook County, Wyoming, as described below, be entered by this court, W-wit: 1/24 of the surface and minerals In and to the following: TOWNSHIP 50 NORTH, RANGE 68 WEST, 6TH P.M. CROOK COUNTY. WYQMIN Section 26:SWI/4 Section 27:SEI/4 EXCEPTING THEREFROM, those surface portions of S I/2SWI/4, Section 26, and SI/2SEI/4, Section 27, Township 50 North, Range 68 West, 6th P.M., conveyed to the State of Wyoming, by and through its State HIghway Commission, by the following Quitclaim Deeds of record: Recorded in Book 27 of Photos. page 2, 4, 6, 8, I0. 12, 14, 46 & 84 EXCEPTING THEREFROM those surface portions of El/2SWl/4, SWI/4SWI/4 Section 26, and SI/2SEI/4. Section 27. Township 50 North, Range 68 West, 6th P.M., conveyed to the State High- way Commission by Order of Conveyance issued by the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District and recorded in Book 110 of Photos, page 699. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that a hearing on said application will be had before this court in the District Courtroom at the Crook County Courthouse, Sundance, Wyoming, before the Honorable Terrence L. O'Brten on October 3, 19t , at the hour of 9:00 a.m.. for approximately 15 minutes, at which time all creditors and others interested in said estate may appear and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said application should not be granted. DATED August 26. 1996. LAW OFFICE OF: Michael N. Patchen 319 South Gillette Avenue, Suite 300 Post Office Box 1237 Gillette, WY 82717-1237 (307) 682-7213 Attorney for Estate Publish: September 12, 19, 1996 What Is Community Heath 2000. Was the health needs survey Just another survey? Let us introduce you to Community Health 2000. It has become apparent to the health care providers that preven- tive medicine is much more en- Joyable for everyone involved rather than fixing the problem after people are sick. Crook County Medical Services District, in an effort to bring patients the newest and lat- est health care, want to practice preventl medicine. To this they needed to know the health care concerns in this county. One thousand surveys were marled outwlth a completed return rate of 4496. The users of the local Health care spoke out loud and clear about their wants and needs. 37% stated they used Crook County Memorial Hospital in the past year for in- and out-patient needs and only went out of the county when referred by a local doctor. The care given by the hospital staff was rated as great and the majority stated the hospital rated good to exeeUent. However, 30% did not real/ze 24-hour care is prov/ded at the hospital and there is always one of the providers on call 47% consider their health good and 7% below average health. 749b stated they received their health care In their own countyand town. 71% feitlt IS verylmportant to keep Crook County Memor/al Hospital open, 16% somewhat important and 5%, not important at all The majority have health insur- ance of some kind wlth only 9% stating they have no insurance. 26% have Medicare, 3% Medicaid, 52% have private insurance and 14% have other. The overall response to the questions about the physician care provided tn the conununity was good to excellent, with a few poor and some they Just didn't know. I% responded they did not believe there Is quality medical treatment at the clinics, 2% believe there ts no compassion and concern for clinic patients, 3% have problems getting an appointment as soon as they want one and 2% do not feel the staff is very friendly. 6 I% first see the doctor in their own com- munity, and go out of town only when referred. 47% leave the area because the service IS not provided locally, however, 10% drive to an- other town as they believe the quality of service Is better else- where, 5% believe it is cheaper out of town, 5% believe there is more privacy elsewhere and 4%J ust don't like the style and personality of the local doctors and only 2% drive out of town as they have been told by someone not to use the local health care providers. The most ldentLqed health prob- lem was cholesterol with high blood pressure close behind and a large number of county residents suffer from arthritis. Lung and cardiac problems are high, how- ever, a slgniflcant amount of county residents continue to smoke. 64% state they use their seat belts at all thues and 25% do not, 40% have a regular exercise program and 47% don 'L A large number of additional comments were added and the hospital administrator, department heads, staff and board are taking them seriously and using them as tools to make changes. Information gathered from this survey will be used to fix the .problems Identified. make poslt/ve changes for everyone working for the district, Implement new pro- grams and offer education that could keep everyone in better health. Anyone who would like to see a copy of the results, please contact Sharon Kanode at the hospital. Once again, thanks are extended to everyone who participated in the survey and for the help given to the medical district. September 8, 1996 Tina Wood and sons, Clay, Cody and Kyle, spent some time Satur- day, August 31, shopping in Spearfish. Steve Wood spent the day helping with the large indoor areha being erected at the Adema ranch. Jeff and DeeLyrm Garman and family spent Sunday, Sept. I vls- Ring at the home of Gerald and Patsy Bunney near Aladdin where they were also luncheon guests. Jack and Annalisa Latimer and theh" guests, Ingrid and Helmut Struck, from Germany, were Monday evening supper guests at the home of Kenny and Denise Rathbun, Elaina and Chesney. and Jinx Hilty. The Sundance Steve Wood spent Sunday, Sept. group dined out for dinner after I. visiting his brother, Jim Wood, attendlnfLthe reception which was at Story and they toured some of from 5-7 P.M. Agood turnout irom the Blg Horn Mountains. RapJd Cityalso attended the event. The Jeff Garman family were congratulations to Sally. Saturday evening, August 31, The Jeff Garman family attended supper guests of the Bob Yendng- the eighth grade football game in ton familyat their ranch home and Sundance Saturday morning Lacey remained as ~n overnightstarting at I0 A.M. when the guest of Sarah Yemlngton. Sundance eighth graders played Herman and Margaret White and son, Dan, were In Spearfish Wednesday where Dan kept an appointment w/th his doctor for a checkup from the surgery he re- celved some time ago. While In Spearfish they" heard Margaret's cousins, Bob and Doris Price, were in Lookout Memorial Hospital as a result of a car accident. Whites visited Prices in the hospital. Ross Garman kept a doctor's appointment in Gillette Saturday and Anna Marie accompanied him home for the weekend. Anna Marie returned to Gillette Sunday evening. Tina Wood and Mary Garman were in Rapid City Thursday where Mary kept an appointment with her doctor, she is doing well. On Labor Day, Wayne and Dixie Garman dined for supper at the Eating Emporium at Tower Junc- Uon. Kenny Rathbun and children, Elaina and Chesney, fished in the area of Lake Cook Saturday, Au- gust 3 I. On Sunday, Sept. I, the Kenny Rathbun family took a drive up Black Tail Creek to Lake Cook and came back on the Lytle Creek Road. Randy Rathbun of Gillette spent Monday, Sept. 2, visiting his par- ents, Bo and Crlss Rathbun. Monday evening Randy and Roger Rathbun, son of Tony and Tamie Rathbun, visited at the home of Kenny, Denise, Elaina and Chesney Rathbun: Wayne and Dixie Garman shopped in Spearfish Tuesday and called at Opal Oudtn's enroute leaving some nlce garden produce. Sarah Yemington was a Tuesday overnight guest of her aunt, Sally Rogers, in Sundance Tuesday af- ter the homecoming coronation at the high school. She spent Thurs- day night with Sally also after working on a float for the Friday homecoming parade. Steve Wood and Wayne Garman were among the big crew that helped with the large indoor arena building at the Adema Ranch Saturday. Dixie Garman helped Deb Adema prepare lunch for the workers. Jeff and DeeLynn Garman and family and Steve and Tina Wood and sons, and Mary Garman en- Joyed dining Sunday evening at the Eating Emporium at the Crook County Saloon at Tower Junction. Sarah Yemington spent Satur- day night with Lacey Garman and Jeremy Garman spent Saturday night with Sam and Will Yemlng- ton at the Yemington home. Melody Hamm and Denise Rath- bun planned a"George Everybody" supper Tuesday evening honoring Bo Rathbun at his home on the occasion of his birthday which occurred September 5. Those at- tending included Kenny and Denise Rathbun, Elaina and Chesney, Tony and Tamie Rathbun and son, Roger, and Don and Melody Hamm and daughter, Lexie Marie. Happy B thday to Be. Thursday evening, Be and Criss Rathbun dined at the Eating Em- porium at Crook County Saloon commemorating Bo's birthday. Randy Rathbun visited at his parent's home Sunday afternoon where he was also a supper guest. He also visited at the Kenny Rathbun home in the evening. Mary and Bob Yemington at- tended the art show and reception held at the Dahrs Fine Arts Center in Rapid City Friday evening where local artist, Sally Rogers~ of Sun- dance was featured asArtist of the Month. Others attending from Sundance included John and KL, n Kiplinger, Gene and Muriel Gade Twin Spruce from Gillette, Jeremy Garman was one of the Sundance players. Sundance won the game 26-0. 13o and Criss Rathbun attended part of the auction sale held at Tower Junction Sunday where Bob and IJz Gaines and other con- signors sold a variety of things. Tony and Tamie Rathbun and son, Roger, attended the Gaines auc- tion sale. Dan and Debbie Grace visited at the Tony Rathbun home after the sale. Lori Bunney of Gillette was a Friday evening visitor ~}t the home of Jeff and DeeLynn Garman and family. Bonnie Sweeney of Hulett and Denise Rathbun went to Cheyenne Thursday where they attended Emergency Medical Systems edu- cational classes at a "Trauma Conference" Thursday, Friday, Saturday and finishing Sunday forenoon. Everyone is enJoy~g the cooler temperatures especially the much cooler nighttime temps and the showers that hit here and there are welcome. Have you noticed how green the grass is getting all over the area? Local Eastern Star members meet The regular meeting of Elects Chapter No. 5, O.E.S. was held Thursday, September 5, 1996 at 7:30 P.M. in the Masonic Lodge with Worthy Matron Violet Smith presiding. Reports of Grand Chapter were given. Members attending the "Whispering Pines" session in Cheyenne August 15-017, 1996 were: Violet Smith, WM, Paul Smith, WP; Marceline Cllver. PGM, and member of the Jurisprudence Committee; Stan Cliver, Election Teller; Shannon Couture, A.M.; Jill Popham JPM, Grand Page; Evelyn HeJde, PM, Emblem Bearer;, Lisa Heiser, PM, who was installed Grand Adah for '96-'97; Tharon Peterson, Grand Representative of Florida and also director for the Grand Choir. Mart~ and Karen Paterson attended the Installation of Officers Saturday night. Plans were made for Friendship Night to be on October 3. Special guests will be invited from neigh- boring chapters. A potluck supper at 6:00 P.M. will precede the meet- ing at 7:30 P.M. Installation of Officers was held for Marceline Cliver, PGM, Secre- tary;, Vicki Clark, Associate Con- ductress; Stan Cliver, Marshal, and Heidl Popham, Adah. Serving as Installing Marshal was Loretta Durfee and Installing Chaplain, Evelyn HeJde. Septembe 2 VIN checks - 8; paper services - 13. Disturbance in Pine Haven area. Deputy gave a warning to both parties involved and they went home. Assault reported. Victim got his Jaw broken. Deputy talked to witnesses and case is under in- vestlgatlon. Unlawful vehicle entry reported. Case is under investigation. REDDI report on 1-90. Deputy responded to the area. Vehicle was located and the driver was arrested for DUL Ambulance dispatched to a resi- dence m the MoorcroR area and the patient was taken to Gillette Cross Blue Shte The Affiliated Physician Program is a special benefit designed to virtually eliminate claim paperwork and reduce your out-of-pocket costs. Vicky Vineyard Security Insurance** 283-1182 **Authorized agent for Blue Cross Blue Shieh BlueCross BlueShield of Wyoming * %n h.l,'pend,.m licensee ,,f th,' Bluc Cross Blue Shield Association U.8. 8enate Republican candidates Joined together recently "Unity Breakfast" in C4mper. ]Prom left to right th~ Helloway, Kathleen Jaehowsil, John Barramo Mike ~ Kevin Meenan. Nim/McConlgley, Curt Hanrahln. Brian Coen was unable to attend. All of the unsuccessful eandldatea from the primary dorsed Mike Enzi for U.S. Senate. They feel he Ii the beat Kathy Karpen in November. Emd lure eonsldereble experience tu city government state leghdature. He served as mayor from 1975 to 1982 Wyoming House from 1987 to 1992 and in the 1992 to the present. County Detention Center. hospital. 8eptembe 3 for the football game. Vehicle accident with no injuries Ambulance dispatched reported in the Sundance area. Moorcrofl area and Deputy responded to the scene to to Gillette hospital. do accident investigation. Sundance Fire Second vehicle accident reported standby for with no injuries in the Sundance for the area. No danmge to property. Owner Ambulance dispatched l~ had vehicle towed. Hulett area, Sundance Ambulance dispatched September 6 for a transfer to Hulett. Assault reported. Case September 4 investigation. Suspicious circumstances - Travelers aid couple animals reported to be was given $5.00 gasoline. missing. Case is under investiga- MoorcroR Fire lion. patched to a fire in the Motorist assist. Deputy stopped area. to assist a motorist. All was okay Justpulledofftheroadforarninute. for the football game. Ambulance dispatched In the Sundance Ambulance MoorcroR area and patient taken standby for the football • to the Gillette hospital. Hulett Fire Ambulance dispatched to the patched to a fire & then Moorcrofl Clinic for a transfer to because the fire was alreadY Gillette. out. Hulett Fire Department dis- Deputies did a patched to a report of smoke in the from Hulett to Crook Hulett area. Fire Department was tention Center. cancelled before they arrived. All • September 7 was okay. Just maintenance crew Two vehicle accident wi~ causing the smoke, ries reported. September 5 to the scene and Subject .arrested on a warrant bulances and highway and transported to the Crook with the accident. The regular mooting of the Crook School District Board of Trustees will be on Tuesday, September 17, 1996 at 6:00 p.m. the Hulett School. All business scheduled the regular meeting will be transacted at time. Crook County School District Board of Trustees John Moline, Jr., Chairman Publish: September 12, 1996 VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT Buelne~ Manager Devil8 Tower Natural Hl~tofy Assoolatlon $18,000 - $21,000 per year, depending on sxpedon~. APPLICATION DEAUI=.. October 15, 1996 The Devils Tower Natural History Association is a non-profit orgaN; established to support the educational, inteqxettve, and research Devils Tower Na~onal Monument. The Association spa(ales and publishes interpretive materials. The Business administrates the bookstore and works in close rola~lonshil: in planning and Implementing the lnterpre~ve program, Induc~ng publJcaeo~. Applicants are expected to have sldlls and experience in the business, markel~ng, accounting, computer applJc.atJons, and verbal and written ˘ommunlcation. If interested In the pooitio~, please call for sn application. application may be submitted to: of Dlr~tom Devlte Toww l~tuml Hk~ry A~°s' PO Box 37 DeviM Tower, ~rY 82714 of FAXED. If you require further information, you may contact the Renee Carder, (307) 467-5930. ILLS STATE CONCERT ASSO˘IgTION 1996-97 Season Wednesday, October 9 Gabrlela Imreh, Pianist ' Tuesday, November 26 New York Theatre Ballet Thursday, January 30 Sherry Overholt & Lee Velta, Vocal Duo Sunday, March 16 Carrel McLaughlin, Harplat ALL PERFORMANCES ARE IN SPEARFISH H.S. AUDITORIUM, 7:30 P.M. Purchase your Concert Series Tickets September 11 - 14 at: MacNeil Mortgage 741 5th Street, Spearfish, S.D. Phone (605) 642-0892 or ˘811 Idaxino Rlploy at J3-1M