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L Thursday. September 30, 1999 "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance Times i:" on the job, Barb Crawford recently retired as of the Crook County Senior Services. "~Vorking at the always interesting," Crawford said. =There seemed to new to do everyday, so it was never boring and was a challenge." said she enjoyed working with the people, but has de- be a stay-at-home wife for awhile. "I haven't stayed at babies were in diapers, so I'm looking forward to be replaced by Marne Myers. 12, 1999 the Huseby family gathered for a five celebration. in the photo above are, left to right: Kelly Huseby, Shane Chase Hueeby and Eric Huseby. Senior Menus October I baked potato, bread, apricots, October 4 Steak, baked potato, ~ttage cheese/peach, October 5 potato/gravy. bread, cake/ i ISTUMBLEBUMI LEAGUE I September 16, 1999 BarF Joe's Food Center 5-3 A.D.I. Insurance 5-3 cars Bait Shop 4-4 Pinnacle Bank 4-4 Fuller ConsL 2-6 Cowboy Bar I-3 (hnc.} Wind Creek Feeds I-3 (inc.) High Gmne October 6 Arley Maynard sweet potato, peas, Coralle Lubken bars. Jull Shoun October 7 Trudy Durfee chicken, mashed ~ Serles salad, carrots, Marel Allison Che~l ~ {sub} Dcbb~ Helw~ October 8 potato, broc- bars, applesauce. 197 193 181 181 516 475 467 a Waddell & Reed financial advisor. You'll offer planning services backed by the support and Promotional power of a 62-year-old national firm. Control your own earnings, and benefit from: ~" Our 4-step prospecting process ~" Qualified leads and lead programs newspaper, radio, television and billboard ads Consistent direct mail and public relations support professional dev~opment and mentoring programs An exceptional fee, bonus and commission structure ~" An attractive, c~mprehensive benefits package ~" Transitional financial support ~g array of proven financial products and services Management opportunities available :REED Financial Strvtces Your letter and resume to: 1600 Mountain View, SuRe 102 Rapid City, SD 57702 6O5-348-6O5O waddell.c0m EOE Miller Creek News By: Opal Oudin Bob and Mary Ycmlngton, Sam and Will returned home Sunday aRcrrx~n from their trip to Seattle, WrL, where Sarah enrolled in the University of Washington. Sarah attended orienta- tion Wednesday and Thursday and Fri- day was orientation for parents which Bob and Mary attended and Sarah spent the ttmc with her brothers, Will and Sam. While at Seattle. Bob Yemington. Sam and Will went fishing and attended a Mariners ballgamc, two events they had planned on their agenda. Mary and Sarah spent the day together for lunch and sightseeing. Yemington's encoun- tered a terrible dust storm enroute home and when it started to rain they reallzcxi it was rot fog when their vehicle became covered with mud. Herman and Margaret White and son, Dan, shopped for repalrs irtBclle Fourche and Sundance Thursday. Jack and Annalise Latimer spent Sat- urday evening playing cards at the home of [3o and Crisa Rathbun. Steve and Ttna Wood went to Sheridan Monday where Tlna and other county officials attended meetings of the Wyo- mlng Assn. of County Officials Monday through Thursday, they came home Thursday night. Clay, Cody and Kyle Wood spent Monday through Thursday with their grandfather, Warren Wood, at their home at Hulctt, the boys rode the school bus to their home Friday after school at Hulett. Wayne Garmanwas amongothers that attended a NRD meeting Monday late in the afternoon at the government offices in east Sundance. and Henrietta Nelson and daugh- ter, Dee, all of Sturgls, S.D. were Satur- day luncheonguests and afternoonvisl- tors at Opal Oudin's ranch home. They are longtime friends of Bob Wyman and Dee had Just moved to Sturgis from North Carolina. LynD~ Garman was a Friday over- night guest of Nioole Sharp and Jeremy G~ spent Friday night as houseg- uest of Donnie Vitto at their home near HuletL Lace'y C, arman spent the weekend with home folks at Jeff Garman's, she at- tends college at Black .Hills State Urdver- slty at Spearfish. Taylor Dawn Garrrmn and her twin sisters, Jaycee Reeand Teaaa Rae, spent Saturday visiting cousins at the home of Steve and ~ Wood. Peg~, Gerkin of Belle Fourche arrived at the home of Wayne, Dixie and Peg~ Sue Gartrmn Wednesday for~raoon where she visited until Thm'aday a.m. Annallse Latimer was honored Tues- day evening on the ocasslon of her sev- enty-flRh birthday when her husband, Jack, served b/rthday cake az~ Ice cream to some of the family. "I'm~ extending birthday wishes and ~qJoytng the re- freshzrrmts included Kenny and Denise Rathbu~ Elalna and Chesn~, Bo and Criss Rathbun and ~andsor~ Rager Rathbtm. Happy birthday, Annalisell The Z.cnny Rathbun family the seventh and ctZhth grade volleyball gangs at the Hulett school Tuesday evening where EIalna played and par- ents of the teams were honored between the garaes. :::: :iili iiiiiiili!! ili!:! :ii~iii!ii!i::!ii:iiiiii !i::i!iiii!ii C-cne and Madelyn Reynolds and friends from Cheyerme were visiting in the area last week. Les and Vivienne Mauch left for Florida during the weekend. They spent most of the summer In Sun- dance. MarJorie Goodson accompanied Ralph and Pat Goodson to La.mmie on Saturday where they attended a re- Urement party for Norman KJome. Ralph and Pat returned home on Sun- day. On Monday Peny KJome took her mother to Cheyenne where she was a house guest of Elvin and Norms Leeman. On Thursday Norman and Peny KJome drove to Cheyenne to meet MarJorte and they returned to Sun- dance. The KJomes left for Laramie on Monday morning. Velma Davis from Rapid City was a Saturday overnight guest at the home of Beverly Petcrson. Velma and Evelyn Davis are sisters. On Sunday Beverly and Evelyn visited with Dallas Peter- son in Gillette. Dale Hogan called on Ervie and Lydia Hogan on Friday. While there he helped his parents with window cleaning chores. Harry and Kay Sisson and Stephen Sisson brought a load of coal to the home of Merle and Evelyn Sisson dur- ing the weekend. They attended farm sales in the Beulah area on Saturday. Clara Lee Vore is hospitalized in Rapid City after suffering a stroke on Sunday at her apartment in Sundance, She is wished a good and speedy recovery. Dale Roadtfer is a patient at Ft. Meade Nursing Home and his address is Ft. MeadeV.A. Center. E. Ward. Ft. Meade, SD 57741. Dale spent the weekend at home visiting with his family and friends. Johnnie and Debbte Kuhn of Laramie spent the weekend with family in Sun- dance. They visited their daughter, Kodi, who attends BHSU in Spearfish. "Paey transported Dale Roadffer to Ft. Meade on Sunday afternoon after he was able to spend a couple days at home. Leon and Carol Vines, who reside at Lake of the Ozarks, AK. arc spending a wcck visiting Eleanor Vines and other family members. Darlene VanZcc and Ruth Gurkowskl are daily visitors at Ft. Meade where Dale Roadlfer is a patient. According to Karen Glover, the group is in need of more county-wide representation. The annued meeting is open to the public. For more information contact Karen Glover at 283-2245 or Chester Hejde at 283-3542. BORED WITH BURGERS? Crook County Senior Ser- vices will hold their annual meeting on Saturday, October 9 at 1:00 p.m. at the Moorcroft Senior Center in Moorcroft. Election of officers for the coming term will be held. In addition to president, vice- president, secretary and trea- surer three board members wiU also be elected. Nominations for officers are made by the nominating com- mittee; however, nominations from the floor are encouraged. Jill Hartman 211 Cleveland I Auto H,; ",'e Life Health ~1 J State Farm tn.~urance Companies Home Offices: Bloomington, Illinois Drink Specials & Come in & Cheer for Your Favorite Team: i ! 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