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News Yiie EOX 6318 Lincoln, hE 68506 Ninety Second Year No. 41 October 11, 1990 Official New|papor for Crook County, City o| Sundllnco and U. S. Lana Office HE UNDANCE Continuing The Crook County .Ns. IN THE BLACK HILLS IMES THIRTY-FIVE CENTS PER COPY ew library will pen on Oct. 22 Librarian Gaydell Library will be closed WEATHER 2 3 4 5 Max. Min. Prec. 62 , 50 0 53 29 0 77 37 0 78 51 0 76 30 .25 34 20 44 24 0 the week of Oct. 15 so that the library can be moved to the new library building. The new building is completed but Collier said that the grand opening for the new facility will not be held until December. She said the new library will officially open Oct. 22 with new hours of 12 noon to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Collier said volunteer workers are needed both this week and next week to help with moving the library contents into the new building. She said about 60 persons will be needed to form a chain to pass books from the old building to the shelves in the new library. Persons who wish to assist with the move should contact the library. Band members will be selling A family portrait special - in time for Christmas giving - will be offered by the Sundance junior high and high school band members. Portraits will be taken the weekend of Oct. 27 by Majestic Marketing Associates. Final date for the offer Is Oct. 17 so interested persons should contact a band member before then. iDUPUCA'rE ! A three-table Howell move- ment was played Oct. 2 during the regular meeting of the Sundance Duplicate Bridge Club. Results of the play were: I. Mildred Durfee and Claudis Cart; 2. Sylvia Sharp and Ha- rold Bernd; and 3. Betty Durfee and Betty Jean Durfee. Sundance Ambulance Fund Drive Progress Chart $12,000 $10,000 $8,000 $6,000 $4,000 $2,000 Concert series opens Monday The 1990-91 Black Hills State Area concert series opens Oct. 15 at 7:30 with a performance by the Chinese Golden Dragon Acrobats at the Spearfish High School auditorium. Other concerts this year will be: Classic Jazz Quartet, By Georgel (Gershwin) and Make Believe Brass. Membership Includes reci- procity with Lad and Custer, S.D. concert associations. More Information Is available from Maxine Wegner. 283- 2936, and cy calling 605-642- 3420. Memberships will also be sold at the first concert. General elk, deer licenses still available qhe Wyoming Game and Fish Department would like to re- mind resident hunters that general elk and deer licenses are still available from the department's Cheyenne head- quarters ............... Anyone Interested In pur- chasing a general license can call the department's license section toll free at 1-800-842- 1934 for Information on mail orders, or can drop by the department's Cheyenne office at 5400 Blshop Boulevard to purchase a license In person. General licenses may be purchased at the Cheyenne office until the end of general hunting seasons. / CampaignlnginSundance and Crook county Karpan was in Moorcroft, attended a cot- Tuesday was Democratic Secretary of State emony for the Pine Haven road project and Kathy Karpan, who is seeking re-election, visited the new county library building in She is shown with JoAnn Flyte, Moorcroft Sundance. Democrat who is a candidate for Crook county Photo by Howard Allen commissioners. Group continues work An update on the work of the Citizens Committee to Preserve Rural Health Care was given this week by executive com- mittee secretary Cecil Cundy. Cundy said the group was organized Sept. 25 and Includes 47 members from around Crook county. By-laws and articles of association have been adopted by the group. In addition to Cundy, other officers of the executive com mlttee are Jean Worden, Moorcroft, president; Scott Handley, Pine Haven. vice president; Ruth Frolander, Sundance. treasurer; and Becky Cundy, Sundance. as- Gallery hosts new exhibit Crook County Art Gallery will be hosting an art exhibit by Terry Speidel and sons of Sundance from October 15 - November 2. Terry and sons, Rusty (age 8) and Bruce (age 7), will display two generations of artistic talent through the sketches, acrylic paintings and carvings created by them. The art gallery is located in the lower level of the Crook County Courthouse and is open Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. No admission Is charged. slstant secretary-treasurer. Cundy said the executive committee met Saturday with several advisory members from the medical community, llae group bonded the treasurerand set up a bank account. The group announced a $500 Cigarette tax funds received Cigarette tax funds, based on July sales, have been distrib- uted to cities, towns and counties by the Wyoming Dept. of Revenue. Amounts received in this area were: Moorcroft - $1012.65; Sundance - $1428.23; Hulett- $519.37; Pine Haven - $8.41; and Crook county - $1095. pledge from the City of Sun- dance and said that Crook County Farm Bureau has pledged $2500 to match other funds. Ctmdy said the committee appointed two sub-committees one to study the petition process for creation of a hospital district and the second - a health care planning sub- committee - to look into the potential needs to be fulfilled by a hospital dlstricL A joint meeting of the execu- tive committee and the two sub- committees will be held Oct. 27 in the Crook County Memorial Hospital meetIng room. The sub-committees will also meet earlier to prepare recommen- dations for the executive com- mittee. Collier named top librarian Crook County Librarian Gaydell Collier has been named Librarian of the Year for 1990 by the Wyoming Library Assn. She received a plaque from the association during the group's convention In Sheridan Oct. 5 and 6. Another honor saw the Crook County Library's summer rea:iing program Judged third In the state. Edle Trlckel, children's librarian, was In charge of the progrm. Several local persons and li- brary personnel attended the convention. After the crisp, snowy weather of the weekend, the sun broke through Tuesday morning and nature's creatures were enjoying the calm of the quiet sunny morning. Here, four whitetail deer browse in the field adjacent to the rodeo arena at the fairgrounds. Photo by Howard Allen News Yiie EOX 6318 Lincoln, hE 68506 Ninety Second Year No. 41 October 11, 1990 Official New|papor for Crook County, City o| Sundllnco and U. S. Lana Office HE UNDANCE Continuing The Crook County .Ns. IN THE BLACK HILLS IMES THIRTY-FIVE CENTS PER COPY ew library will pen on Oct. 22 Librarian Gaydell Library will be closed WEATHER 2 3 4 5 Max. Min. Prec. 62 , 50 0 53 29 0 77 37 0 78 51 0 76 30 .25 34 20 44 24 0 the week of Oct. 15 so that the library can be moved to the new library building. The new building is completed but Collier said that the grand opening for the new facility will not be held until December. She said the new library will officially open Oct. 22 with new hours of 12 noon to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Collier said volunteer workers are needed both this week and next week to help with moving the library contents into the new building. She said about 60 persons will be needed to form a chain to pass books from the old building to the shelves in the new library. Persons who wish to assist with the move should contact the library. Band members will be selling A family portrait special - in time for Christmas giving - will be offered by the Sundance junior high and high school band members. Portraits will be taken the weekend of Oct. 27 by Majestic Marketing Associates. Final date for the offer Is Oct. 17 so interested persons should contact a band member before then. iDUPUCA'rE ! A three-table Howell move- ment was played Oct. 2 during the regular meeting of the Sundance Duplicate Bridge Club. Results of the play were: I. Mildred Durfee and Claudis Cart; 2. Sylvia Sharp and Ha- rold Bernd; and 3. Betty Durfee and Betty Jean Durfee. Sundance Ambulance Fund Drive Progress Chart $12,000 $10,000 $8,000 $6,000 $4,000 $2,000 Concert series opens Monday The 1990-91 Black Hills State Area concert series opens Oct. 15 at 7:30 with a performance by the Chinese Golden Dragon Acrobats at the Spearfish High School auditorium. Other concerts this year will be: Classic Jazz Quartet, By Georgel (Gershwin) and Make Believe Brass. Membership Includes reci- procity with Lad and Custer, S.D. concert associations. More Information Is available from Maxine Wegner. 283- 2936, and cy calling 605-642- 3420. Memberships will also be sold at the first concert. General elk, deer licenses still available qhe Wyoming Game and Fish Department would like to re- mind resident hunters that general elk and deer licenses are still available from the department's Cheyenne head- quarters ............... Anyone Interested In pur- chasing a general license can call the department's license section toll free at 1-800-842- 1934 for Information on mail orders, or can drop by the department's Cheyenne office at 5400 Blshop Boulevard to purchase a license In person. General licenses may be purchased at the Cheyenne office until the end of general hunting seasons. / CampaignlnginSundance and Crook county Karpan was in Moorcroft, attended a cot- Tuesday was Democratic Secretary of State emony for the Pine Haven road project and Kathy Karpan, who is seeking re-election, visited the new county library building in She is shown with JoAnn Flyte, Moorcroft Sundance. Democrat who is a candidate for Crook county Photo by Howard Allen commissioners. Group continues work An update on the work of the Citizens Committee to Preserve Rural Health Care was given this week by executive com- mittee secretary Cecil Cundy. Cundy said the group was organized Sept. 25 and Includes 47 members from around Crook county. By-laws and articles of association have been adopted by the group. In addition to Cundy, other officers of the executive com mlttee are Jean Worden, Moorcroft, president; Scott Handley, Pine Haven. vice president; Ruth Frolander, Sundance. treasurer; and Becky Cundy, Sundance. as- Gallery hosts new exhibit Crook County Art Gallery will be hosting an art exhibit by Terry Speidel and sons of Sundance from October 15 - November 2. Terry and sons, Rusty (age 8) and Bruce (age 7), will display two generations of artistic talent through the sketches, acrylic paintings and carvings created by them. The art gallery is located in the lower level of the Crook County Courthouse and is open Monday - Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.. No admission Is charged. slstant secretary-treasurer. Cundy said the executive committee met Saturday with several advisory members from the medical community, llae group bonded the treasurerand set up a bank account. The group announced a $500 Cigarette tax funds received Cigarette tax funds, based on July sales, have been distrib- uted to cities, towns and counties by the Wyoming Dept. of Revenue. Amounts received in this area were: Moorcroft - $1012.65; Sundance - $1428.23; Hulett- $519.37; Pine Haven - $8.41; and Crook county - $1095. pledge from the City of Sun- dance and said that Crook County Farm Bureau has pledged $2500 to match other funds. Ctmdy said the committee appointed two sub-committees one to study the petition process for creation of a hospital district and the second - a health care planning sub- committee - to look into the potential needs to be fulfilled by a hospital dlstricL A joint meeting of the execu- tive committee and the two sub- committees will be held Oct. 27 in the Crook County Memorial Hospital meetIng room. The sub-committees will also meet earlier to prepare recommen- dations for the executive com- mittee. Collier named top librarian Crook County Librarian Gaydell Collier has been named Librarian of the Year for 1990 by the Wyoming Library Assn. She received a plaque from the association during the group's convention In Sheridan Oct. 5 and 6. Another honor saw the Crook County Library's summer rea:iing program Judged third In the state. Edle Trlckel, children's librarian, was In charge of the progrm. Several local persons and li- brary personnel attended the convention. After the crisp, snowy weather of the weekend, the sun broke through Tuesday morning and nature's creatures were enjoying the calm of the quiet sunny morning. Here, four whitetail deer browse in the field adjacent to the rodeo arena at the fairgrounds. Photo by Howard Allen