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September 30, 1999 /= / The Sundance Times My mother-in-law, Lois Schelling, brought ttus little 'tty track from her MI- school reunion in Chinook, MT. Its words of truth are as apph ble in Moorcrott as they are in Chinook or any other h'ttle" town in Ameri . Enjoy/ where you don't h ve to guess who your enemies are -- your friends will ten you. is the only place on e rth where people past middle-age are called by their first i they saunter down the street. is where everybody knows everybody else's car by sight -- and also where a nd when is where few people can get away with lying about the year they were born. Too people can remember. is where people get various ailments -- and can air them properly to sympathetic where a person can dial the wrong number and end up talking for fifteen minutes is where the ratio of good people to bad is something like 100 to one. By: Emnna helling JV Girls (43 runners) had a finish range of 23:O2 to 31:18 minutes. 1" nun Amanda Lawrence finished at The Moorcroft Cross Country 27 in 28:03; Renoe Jones, 34, team traveled to Douglas on 29:12; and I.eann Olinger, 36, September 17 for the Douglas 29:35. Invite. Gaining good experience by Football running against schools such The Moorcroft Wolves football as Gillette, Kelly Walsh, team played host to Glenrock Torrington, Glenrock, Lander on September 10 and took a and Douglas, the Wolves fin- 6-39 loss. ished fourth overall in the Jun- The Wolves gained 108 yards ior Varsity Boys category, against Glenrock's 383 as Lander finished first with 31; Andy Webb scored the lone Douglas, second, 57: Glenrock, touchdown for the hometeam. third, 68; Moorcroft, fourth, 93; and Torrington, fifth, 100. Beaten, but not defeated, the JV Boys (47 runners) compe- Wolves' home territory is tition had a finish range of marked with posters reading, 19:50 to 30:30 minutes, crossed the T in lost, Danny Holzwarth finished at now we~l dot the l in win: 7 in 21:35; Joe Holzwarth, 11, 22:17; Wayne Siefert, 21, And the Wolves made good 23:36; Scott Gerber, 24, 24:10; on that attitude when they and Josh Rohde, 30, 25:57. traveled to Hulett on Septem- In the Junior Varsity Girls ber 17 and came away with a. competition, Lander finished 12-6 victory. first with 32; Wright, second, Gaining 3 13 total yards 41; KellyWalsh, third, 83; and against the Red Devils' 127, Douglas, fourth, 84. Dallas Butch led Wolves rush- ing with 120 yards followed by Chancey Williams with 92. Butch also scored one of the Wolves' touchdowns while Andy Webb carried in the other. On September 24, the Wolves hosted the Upton Bobcats and sent them home with a 26-0 loss. Andy Webb led Wolves rush- hag with 90 yards followed by Chancey Williams with 67. The Wolves gained 430 total yards compared to the Bobcats' 218: Dallas Burch made three kicks for a total of 125 yards and Toby Connally kicked three for 130. Aaron Schmitz carried in two touchdowns for the Wolves while Webb and Burch each carded in one. Extra points were scored by Chancey Williams. DeWitt led tackles with 7. Wolves football will continue in Sundance on September 30 at 3:30. is where it is hard for anybody to walk to work for exercise because it takes too long explain to those in cars who stop, honk, and offer a ride. is where city folks say there is nothing to do, but those who live there don have in the week to make all the meetings and social functions. is where everyone becomes a neighbor in time of need. is where businessmen struggle for survival against city stores and shopping cen- is where businessmen dig deep to help with countless fund-raising projects. is where you don't have to look your door everytime you leave the house. many teenagers say there's nothing t6 do, then are surprised to learn that are saying the same thing. is a nice place to be when rearing a family. when all is said and done, is a nice place to live. Author Unknown, Submitted by Evonrm ~helling IFT 8, 1999 • No School - Teacher Inservice ' - HSVB - Freshman Tournament - 9:00 a.m. • Cross Country - Worland - 10:00 a.m. • JHFB - Twin Spruce - There - 4:00 p.m. • HSJVFB - Buffalo - There - 4:30 p.m. • JHVB (7th)- Wright- There- 4.'00 - 5:00 p.m. • HSVB - Hulett - Here - 4:00 - 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. • Health Screen 7-12 - SC - 10:07 - 10:37 a.m. • JHFB - Wright - Here - 4:00 p.m. • JHVB- Hulett - Here- 4:00- 5:00 p.m. • ht- There- 4:00- 5:00- 6:00 p.m. HSFB - Wright - There - 7:30 p.m. m Moorcroft Senior , Center Menus .... PH., October 1 Fishwich w/lettuce, cabbage slaw, bun, apple crisp. 8tm., October S Baked ham, baked potato, apple salad, muffin. Mon., October 4 Meatloaf, baked potato, car- rots, raisin bread, apple- sauce. Tues., October 5 Chicken casserole, coleslaw, green beans, butterscotch pudding. Wed., October 6 Hot turkey sandwich, mashed potato w/gravy, mixed vegetables, sunshine salad, cookie. Thurs., October 7 Chicken faJlta, spanish rice, refried beans, pineapple. FrL, October 8 Swedish meatballs over noodles, green beans, tossed salad, angel food cake with strawberries. CROOKCOUNTY NEWS HULETT MOORCROFT ~'NIRu FRI. MON-WKD-FRI MON-WEIMF'R! 8:45 A.M. 8"BO A.M. WITH WITH t ~YMONDS FRIEDA DENT JIM OlSrHIL. Your Car never been b6fore! to five quarts of oil, oil filter, vacuum interior, wash washer fluid and 25 point check. OU ©bsngss ............... $28.00 to seven quarts of off, oil filter, vacuum interior, wash washer fluid and 25 point checl | all oil needed, oil Igter, vacuum interior, wash windows, and 25 point check, o=r shop Rotation of Passenger Vehicle Tires $3.00 per tire Rotation of Pick-Up Tires $5.00 per Thank you for choosing County Auto Clinic Westridge AutoParts i your Ont Stop Auto Shop. 401 W. Converse Moorcroft • 307.756-9864 Call ~r an I walk-ins welc0mel , -- • Commoroiml • • RosidenUal • • Carpet & Coramio, • Wood • Porgo, 5ha ari( carpels bmJbl~ ~l~lik ,4k’ "Kids Taking Care of Business" after-school program begins second year By: Evonna Schelling Library basement, and Friday meetings at the Moorcroft Community Building. The Moorcroft after-school The proRram staff is led by program, KTCB, began its sec-Shells Semlek, Program Coor- end year of operation with a dinator, and includes Lorri: celebration dinner at the Moor- Lang, Program Assistant; croft Community Building on Kathy Olson, Computer Tech- Monday, September 20. nician; and Toby Scmlek, Rcc- KTCB, which focuses on chil- reafion Director. dren in the 4th through 6th Student Tutor/Mentors are grades, is made possible by aMisti Waliezer, Laura federal USDA grant that was Reynolds, Angels Semlck, and awarded three sites in the state Royce Robinson. of Wyoming. Gene Gads, Crook County KTCB provides a healthy en- UW Extension agent, will dl- vironment for students to do rect =Hands-on Science" while their homework, explore the Jerlyn Marchant, 4-H Program intemet, and lcarn'lffc skills. Assistant will help with Club members will publish a projects. student newletter each month Coordinator Shells Semlek and open the KTCB Bookstore said the federal grant money each Monday'and Wednesday. will run out after this year leav- Book donations are welcome ing the community responsible and may be dropped off any- for the cost of the program. time at the elementary science Students currently pay $1.00 room. per day to help sustain it, al- KTCB will meet from 3: iS to though the fee will be waived ff 5:15 each school day, with it causes a hardship for the Monday and Wednesday meet- family. inga being held at the Moor- Semlek invites parents to croR Elementary science room,=please let your'children take Tuesday and Thursday meet- advantage of this great pro- inga at the Moorcroft Public rarn." ir • 672.5 Acres • On Campbell.Crook Co. Line, Borders 1.90 • Easy Access to Hwy. 14.16 • Three Water Wells • Three Reservoirs • Ranch Buildings • Includes 120 Acres Hay Land Submit bids by Oct. 15, 1999 to: Roger Comer, Owner 18A Gray Road Moorcrofl, WY 82721 For An Appointment To See Call Roger at 307-756-3284 or 307-6604823(GiUette Cell Phone Owner reserves tbe right to reiect el bid: IIIto [labout her recent missionllI Iltrip to the Philippines on[II [IS nday, October 10, 6:30111 at the First Southern Church in Moor-I] ,11 Moorcroft School Menus II i FrL, October 1 No School Men., October 4 Burritoes, tossed salad, corn, milk. salsa. Tues., October 5 Beef Ravioli, tossed salad, hot roils, margarine, milk. I/2 or- ange. Wed., October 6 Hamburgers, heavenly hash, green beans, milk, peanut but- ter cookies. Thurs., October 7 Sandwiches, carrot sticks, veg- etable-beef soup, crackers, milk, peaches. 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