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PAGE 12 THE SUNDANCE TIMES OCTOBER 11, 1000 Crook county's four Quealy award winners were on hand for the Crook County Homemakers Consumer Institute Sept. 24. The Quealy award, first presented in 1946, is presented to four Wyoming women each year - one from each region of the state - for leadership skills and industrial attitudes. Shown left to right are Elva Crago, 1989;, Vera Sommers, 1983; Neda Zimmerschied, 1977; and Genieve George, 1960. OBITUARIES Robert Jack Mc Nutt Funeral services for Robert Jack McNutt, 67, Sundance, will be held Thursday, October I l, 1990 at I0:00 a.m. at the Church of The Good Shepherd Episcopal In Sundance. The Reverends Robert Anderson o[ the Church of The Good Shepherd and Kenneth H. Kinner, pastor of the Church o| The Holy Family of Casper, will officiate. Burial will be In Black Hills National Cemetery near Sturgls, S.D. with full military honors by members of the Devils Tower Post #4311 Vet- erans of Foreign Wars and American Legion Post #45 el Sundance, Wyoming. A me- morial has been established by the family in lieu of flowers. Fidler-Roberts Northeastern Wyoming Funeral Chapel o[ Sundance, Wyoming is in charge of arrangements. McNutt dled early Monday morning at Crook County Me- morial Hospltal in Sundance. Robert Jack McNutt was born July 20, 1923 at Chadron, Nebraska, the son of Alexander Mason and Josephine (Blarney) McNutt. He grew up at Chadron, Nebraska and graduated from Chadron High School and also Chadron State College in 1948. He was married to the former Terence Jean McCarty on September 3, 1948 at Brule, Nebraska. He worked for the Chadron M1lllng Company from 1948- 1956 and then taught school at Farson, Wyoming from 1956- 1960, taught at Pinedale from 1960 to 1962 and then served as administrator of schools at Ten Sleep from 1962-1965, '.Wamsutter from 1965-1967; Lusk. 1967-1976 and then the family moved to Sundance, where he served as Crook County Superintendent of Schools until retiring In 1980. He attended Colgate Unlver- slty, graduated and received his B.A. degree from Chadron State College at Chadron, Ne- brask_a, and hls M.A. degree from the University of Wyoming at Laramie, Wyoming. He served in the United States Marine Corps duringWodd War IS from December 8, 1942 until receiving hls honorable dis- / ' NORTHERN | | HILLS CINEMA | i Ph. 6424212 Spearfmh i 11,:00.9:,o ,.o:. FI I isnn.,:00, '6ST I 7 10 9 20 i : " : Sorry No Passes i i2 U "'"'sNi ist--srts Fri.  fORD i i7:00-9:00  i. i i" PRESUMFa 7:00-9:______ I# NOCENT_______ 3ar vri I! I WARRAN1 5:J m eXU Sun. 5:00, 7:15-9:15 [] charge on March 4, 1946, serving in the South Pacific Theatre of War. He was a lifetime member of the National Education Asso- ciation, a member of the Be- nevolent Protective Order of Elks of Lusk. Wyoming, a life- time member of the Wyoming Activities Association, Board of Control, a member of the American Association of School Administrators, a lifetime member of Devils Tower Post #4311 of Veterans of Foreign Wars, a member of the Ameri- can Legion Post #45, both of Sundance, and served on the Bishop's Committee as Senior Warden for the Episcopal Church for several years and as a member of the Church of The Good Shepherd Episcopal of Sundance. Survivors include hls wife Terence of Sundance; two daughters: Treva Joann past 30years. The first 15years she taught all grade levels. This past 15 she taught music, rhythm, did perceptual train- ing and has been the Parent Advisor/Supervisor for the In- fant Deaf Outreach Program at the school. She is best remem- bered for her travels through- out the state, helping parents of young deaf children in their homes and assisting early childhood development centers with techniques of working with hearing impaired children. It has been said, "she brought a flicker of light, a quiet word of encouragement and a ray of hope to them in times which were often dark and difficult." Drinking and driving. Chances are likely that you and thou- sands of others will be faced with the decision to drive after drinking during the holidays. It is a decision-you do have a choice. This year, open the door to a safe holiday season-- the key is not mixing the two! Charitable group seeks donations Pastor Lowell Karnes. Ron Pulse, Sister Ruth Ellert, Patty Schulz, and Ron Waugh. Awide variety of human resource or- ganizatlons are represented by the board members and advi- sory council. During We last grant year, 29 families In .-took County re- ceived medical assistance In the amount of $7,558, and 13 families received housIng and utfllty assistance in the amount of $2,500. Contributions are currently being sought In order to expand the services currently being offered. The tax-deductible contributions can be mailed to the Council at Box 648, Sun- dance. Additional Information can be obtained from any In- dividual named above. __ \\;/1/ Find a bundle of CASH Use want es to sell what yo , don't need. The Council of County Ser- vices for Crook County has recently received tax-exempt status from the IRS. Contribu- tions to the group are now tax deductible. Purpose of the group Is to issue grants to needy families for medical housing and utility expens'eSltlal needs for children, an oversee food pantries In Moorcroft, Sundance, and Hulett. Current members of the Board of Directors are Pastor Paul Redfleld, president; Helen Kaehne, vlce-presldent; Janet Engel, secretary; Virginia Kiplinger, treasurer; and members Pastor Ed Nipper, June Scribner, Sue Puhrmann and Cleo Roberts. Advisory board members are David Dick, Jerry Solyst, Barbara Crawford, Arts, crafts fair set for Hulett The 16th annual Beavercreek Homemakers's arts and crafts fair will be held Saturday, No- vember 10. Reservations are now being taken for display areas. This year's event will be held at the Hulett Civic Center from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Persons or organizations who wish to sell ordisplay handmade items are encouraged to attend. Exhibitors will be charged rent for table space by the foot and maximum space is limited to eight foot spaces. Displayers must provide their own table. We encourage reservations as soon as possible, as space is limited. Good items to be sold must be wrapped. To reserve a display/sales area, please call Lynelle Konantz at 467- 6489 and Barb King at 467-5420. Simple as A B C Always Buy Classifieds The bright flowers of the prickly pear cactus bloom for only one day. Gladys Gooding played for the New York Rangers, York Knicks and Brooklyn Dodgers in a sing organist. Classifieds Ads... An Easy Way to Sell! Cummings, Casper and Tibble Jean Kinner, Sheridan; 3 grandchildren: a sister Mary Alice Hedgecock. Casper; 4 brothers: Delmar McNutt, Se- attle, Washington; Mason McNutt, Chadron, Nebraska; Don McNutt, Casper and James McNutt, Indlanola, Iowa. Be- sides his parents, he was pre- ceded In death by a brother White. Mary Margaret De Vore Mary Margaret (Marge) DeVore, 54, Casper, died un- expectedly, September 28 at the Wyoming Medical Center in Casper. A memorial mass Ta]lyHughes, owner ofThe Hair Boutique in Sundance, won was celebrated by Msgr. James first place in the men's haircutting competition held in O Nlell on Monday. October 1 Rapid City Sept. 29. Tally is pictured here with her husband at St. Anthony's Catholic and model, Hoby. Church. Judging was done on Technical execution of the haircut by She had been employed by touching and combing the hair. the State Department of Edu- Tally and Liz Taylor were attending a hair show sponsored cationwith theWyomingSchool by Rapid City Beauty and Barber Supply. for the Deaf In Casper for the AUCTIO N SUNDAY- OCTOBER 14- 11.00 a.m. Across highway from Devils Tower Forest Products Hulett, Wyoming RO-VEHICLg8 1977-14x54' Atlantic Trailer Home with two lean-to's, 1949 Dodge I/2 T. plck-up(6 cyl.), 1975 Chevy I/2 T. Scottsdale, 2 wheel trailer(made from '56 plck-up box), 1 Suzuki 4 wheeler, Quad runner 300, Kawasaki 3 wheeler(KK 200), 75 Evinrude snowmobile(needs rotary engIne), 8' pick-up topper, Bolens 8 h.p. snow blower. 2 I' push mower, headache rack, '81 Ford tailgate, 1980-1200 Int. round baler. TOOI,8 & MIgG, skfllsaw, Craftsman saw, I/2" electric drill, 2 t. hyd. jacks, 2 T. hyd. floor Jack, 3 I/2" bench vise, 100' drop cord, 25' trouble light, caulking gun. welder hood, jig saw, battery powered screwdriver, skill sander, 5' bury yd. hydrant.drill bits & steel case. welding Up cleaner, 3 allen wrench sets, 4 vise, pipe wrenches, vise grip, 3/8 B&D cordless drill, claw hammer, B&D hand grinder, files, c-clamps, misc. sets 1/4" sockets, I0 drawer tool chest, levels, 1/2" impact sockets(7/16 to 1"), 1/2" drive deep sockets, set Esco sockets 1/2" drlve(7/16 to 1 I/2"), 3/8 drive socket set, 5 pc. open end wrench set, 3/4" drive(3/4 to 2"}, combination wrenches, ratchet wrenches, adjustable wrenches, punches and chisels, pliers, screwdrivers, weed prayer, weed fertilizer spreader, cross-stock saddle, electric mower, weed eater, clgarette lighter air compressor, tents, camp stoves, tackle box, hip waders, Coleman propane lantem, Steven bolt action 22 rife, tlre chains, assorted nails, motorcycle rack, electric heater, 38x17.5 tires (900x14), OA Smith gas meter pump, 300 gal. fuel tank. propane bottles, garden hose, truck strap & tightener, rolled roofing, propane heaters, wooden drawers, Z-70 whistler radar detector, enamel trash burner, 24' trailer house electrical wire, kid saddle. KCZlZ!tIDJ GE built in range & oven, Kitchen sink with faucets, gas stove, Coronado stereo, records, tape player with 4 speakers, Goldstar vcr with remote, 25" GE console "IV, Kenmore heavy duty washer, Kenmore dryer, Maytag wringer washer, 15 cubic foot chest deep freeze, 12 cubic foot upright freezer, 4 leather chairs, exercise bike, barstool, oak dresser, tables, chairs, Tappan electric range, Dearborn propane heating stove, sofas, bedroom set(double bed}, Singer sewing machine, end tables, electric separator. portable dishwasher, recllners, high chair, 20" fan, books, light globes, flower pots, cradle, curtains, suitcase, pictures, vaporizer, lunch boxes, rugs, iron, lawn chairs, over shoes, fire place doors, water bed. ESTATE of Sam Shepherd and guest consignors S&A Auction Not Responsible Tauuar A,,tirn for Accidents --v ww t..i n-uwvL-vu Soren Ostby Terry Goodvin Lunch will be served . . Hulett, WY b- EMT's Mu,ett, WY 467-5652 Y 467-5868 The sea cucumber, although it looks very much garden cucumber, is actually an aquatic animal. No. 1 With Security Best of This Sundance, Wyoming WANTED- CROOK RANCHES I have buyers for ranches Kelly F. Mader & Associates, THE BUYERS BROK 910 E. Third St., Suite G Gillette, Wyoming, 82716 307-686-7700 LISTER00E BORN "- C Ol s2o. S DE L00ht.ner 0-- Applicator1 3 )l JUST F NATURALLY LOVIN0 )) MEN BLONDE CARE iI I I Ass t.%oCerluas Lightener Kit After Rins ii :8 9 Pks..000 ,9 SINUTAB EFFERDENT LANACA Allergy Formula Denture Tablets 12 Hr. 120's Medicated 10's Cream 1 ( I m- :,59 .[|) , ', 5 22'1 ' Tablets 60's Allergy 4 Oz. %m ,39 00;59 [ )  CmKAppplet4e, sAllergy \\; Tablets 24's \\; i"'-  zi - Sveelals Good We Reserve The I0-10-90 T10-16-9Ljob4pifTo Limit {|uall 1890 FOOD CENTER oe th.  "Family Owned Supermarkets , Wyoming "" "L'[G L' - for over 7.$ yeers," PAGE 12 THE SUNDANCE TIMES OCTOBER 11, 1000 Crook county's four Quealy award winners were on hand for the Crook County Homemakers Consumer Institute Sept. 24. The Quealy award, first presented in 1946, is presented to four Wyoming women each year - one from each region of the state - for leadership skills and industrial attitudes. Shown left to right are Elva Crago, 1989;, Vera Sommers, 1983; Neda Zimmerschied, 1977; and Genieve George, 1960. OBITUARIES Robert Jack Mc Nutt Funeral services for Robert Jack McNutt, 67, Sundance, will be held Thursday, October I l, 1990 at I0:00 a.m. at the Church of The Good Shepherd Episcopal In Sundance. The Reverends Robert Anderson o[ the Church of The Good Shepherd and Kenneth H. Kinner, pastor of the Church o| The Holy Family of Casper, will officiate. Burial will be In Black Hills National Cemetery near Sturgls, S.D. with full military honors by members of the Devils Tower Post #4311 Vet- erans of Foreign Wars and American Legion Post #45 el Sundance, Wyoming. A me- morial has been established by the family in lieu of flowers. Fidler-Roberts Northeastern Wyoming Funeral Chapel o[ Sundance, Wyoming is in charge of arrangements. McNutt dled early Monday morning at Crook County Me- morial Hospltal in Sundance. Robert Jack McNutt was born July 20, 1923 at Chadron, Nebraska, the son of Alexander Mason and Josephine (Blarney) McNutt. He grew up at Chadron, Nebraska and graduated from Chadron High School and also Chadron State College in 1948. He was married to the former Terence Jean McCarty on September 3, 1948 at Brule, Nebraska. He worked for the Chadron M1lllng Company from 1948- 1956 and then taught school at Farson, Wyoming from 1956- 1960, taught at Pinedale from 1960 to 1962 and then served as administrator of schools at Ten Sleep from 1962-1965, '.Wamsutter from 1965-1967; Lusk. 1967-1976 and then the family moved to Sundance, where he served as Crook County Superintendent of Schools until retiring In 1980. He attended Colgate Unlver- slty, graduated and received his B.A. degree from Chadron State College at Chadron, Ne- brask_a, and hls M.A. degree from the University of Wyoming at Laramie, Wyoming. He served in the United States Marine Corps duringWodd War IS from December 8, 1942 until receiving hls honorable dis- / ' NORTHERN | | HILLS CINEMA | i Ph. 6424212 Spearfmh i 11,:00.9:,o ,.o:. FI I isnn.,:00, '6ST I 7 10 9 20 i : " : Sorry No Passes i i2 U "'"'sNi ist--srts Fri.  fORD i i7:00-9:00  i. i i" PRESUMFa 7:00-9:______ I# NOCENT_______ 3ar vri I! I WARRAN1 5:J m eXU Sun. 5:00, 7:15-9:15 [] charge on March 4, 1946, serving in the South Pacific Theatre of War. He was a lifetime member of the National Education Asso- ciation, a member of the Be- nevolent Protective Order of Elks of Lusk. Wyoming, a life- time member of the Wyoming Activities Association, Board of Control, a member of the American Association of School Administrators, a lifetime member of Devils Tower Post #4311 of Veterans of Foreign Wars, a member of the Ameri- can Legion Post #45, both of Sundance, and served on the Bishop's Committee as Senior Warden for the Episcopal Church for several years and as a member of the Church of The Good Shepherd Episcopal of Sundance. Survivors include hls wife Terence of Sundance; two daughters: Treva Joann past 30years. The first 15years she taught all grade levels. This past 15 she taught music, rhythm, did perceptual train- ing and has been the Parent Advisor/Supervisor for the In- fant Deaf Outreach Program at the school. She is best remem- bered for her travels through- out the state, helping parents of young deaf children in their homes and assisting early childhood development centers with techniques of working with hearing impaired children. It has been said, "she brought a flicker of light, a quiet word of encouragement and a ray of hope to them in times which were often dark and difficult." Drinking and driving. Chances are likely that you and thou- sands of others will be faced with the decision to drive after drinking during the holidays. It is a decision-you do have a choice. This year, open the door to a safe holiday season-- the key is not mixing the two! Charitable group seeks donations Pastor Lowell Karnes. Ron Pulse, Sister Ruth Ellert, Patty Schulz, and Ron Waugh. Awide variety of human resource or- ganizatlons are represented by the board members and advi- sory council. During We last grant year, 29 families In .-took County re- ceived medical assistance In the amount of $7,558, and 13 families received housIng and utfllty assistance in the amount of $2,500. Contributions are currently being sought In order to expand the services currently being offered. The tax-deductible contributions can be mailed to the Council at Box 648, Sun- dance. Additional Information can be obtained from any In- dividual named above. __ \\;/1/ Find a bundle of CASH Use want es to sell what yo , don't need. The Council of County Ser- vices for Crook County has recently received tax-exempt status from the IRS. Contribu- tions to the group are now tax deductible. Purpose of the group Is to issue grants to needy families for medical housing and utility expens'eSltlal needs for children, an oversee food pantries In Moorcroft, Sundance, and Hulett. Current members of the Board of Directors are Pastor Paul Redfleld, president; Helen Kaehne, vlce-presldent; Janet Engel, secretary; Virginia Kiplinger, treasurer; and members Pastor Ed Nipper, June Scribner, Sue Puhrmann and Cleo Roberts. Advisory board members are David Dick, Jerry Solyst, Barbara Crawford, Arts, crafts fair set for Hulett The 16th annual Beavercreek Homemakers's arts and crafts fair will be held Saturday, No- vember 10. Reservations are now being taken for display areas. This year's event will be held at the Hulett Civic Center from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Persons or organizations who wish to sell ordisplay handmade items are encouraged to attend. Exhibitors will be charged rent for table space by the foot and maximum space is limited to eight foot spaces. Displayers must provide their own table. We encourage reservations as soon as possible, as space is limited. Good items to be sold must be wrapped. To reserve a display/sales area, please call Lynelle Konantz at 467- 6489 and Barb King at 467-5420. Simple as A B C Always Buy Classifieds The bright flowers of the prickly pear cactus bloom for only one day. Gladys Gooding played for the New York Rangers, York Knicks and Brooklyn Dodgers in a sing organist. Classifieds Ads... An Easy Way to Sell! Cummings, Casper and Tibble Jean Kinner, Sheridan; 3 grandchildren: a sister Mary Alice Hedgecock. Casper; 4 brothers: Delmar McNutt, Se- attle, Washington; Mason McNutt, Chadron, Nebraska; Don McNutt, Casper and James McNutt, Indlanola, Iowa. Be- sides his parents, he was pre- ceded In death by a brother White. Mary Margaret De Vore Mary Margaret (Marge) DeVore, 54, Casper, died un- expectedly, September 28 at the Wyoming Medical Center in Casper. A memorial mass Ta]lyHughes, owner ofThe Hair Boutique in Sundance, won was celebrated by Msgr. James first place in the men's haircutting competition held in O Nlell on Monday. October 1 Rapid City Sept. 29. Tally is pictured here with her husband at St. Anthony's Catholic and model, Hoby. Church. Judging was done on Technical execution of the haircut by She had been employed by touching and combing the hair. the State Department of Edu- Tally and Liz Taylor were attending a hair show sponsored cationwith theWyomingSchool by Rapid City Beauty and Barber Supply. for the Deaf In Casper for the AUCTIO N SUNDAY- OCTOBER 14- 11.00 a.m. Across highway from Devils Tower Forest Products Hulett, Wyoming RO-VEHICLg8 1977-14x54' Atlantic Trailer Home with two lean-to's, 1949 Dodge I/2 T. plck-up(6 cyl.), 1975 Chevy I/2 T. Scottsdale, 2 wheel trailer(made from '56 plck-up box), 1 Suzuki 4 wheeler, Quad runner 300, Kawasaki 3 wheeler(KK 200), 75 Evinrude snowmobile(needs rotary engIne), 8' pick-up topper, Bolens 8 h.p. snow blower. 2 I' push mower, headache rack, '81 Ford tailgate, 1980-1200 Int. round baler. TOOI,8 & MIgG, skfllsaw, Craftsman saw, I/2" electric drill, 2 t. hyd. jacks, 2 T. hyd. floor Jack, 3 I/2" bench vise, 100' drop cord, 25' trouble light, caulking gun. welder hood, jig saw, battery powered screwdriver, skill sander, 5' bury yd. hydrant.drill bits & steel case. welding Up cleaner, 3 allen wrench sets, 4 vise, pipe wrenches, vise grip, 3/8 B&D cordless drill, claw hammer, B&D hand grinder, files, c-clamps, misc. sets 1/4" sockets, I0 drawer tool chest, levels, 1/2" impact sockets(7/16 to 1"), 1/2" drive deep sockets, set Esco sockets 1/2" drlve(7/16 to 1 I/2"), 3/8 drive socket set, 5 pc. open end wrench set, 3/4" drive(3/4 to 2"}, combination wrenches, ratchet wrenches, adjustable wrenches, punches and chisels, pliers, screwdrivers, weed prayer, weed fertilizer spreader, cross-stock saddle, electric mower, weed eater, clgarette lighter air compressor, tents, camp stoves, tackle box, hip waders, Coleman propane lantem, Steven bolt action 22 rife, tlre chains, assorted nails, motorcycle rack, electric heater, 38x17.5 tires (900x14), OA Smith gas meter pump, 300 gal. fuel tank. propane bottles, garden hose, truck strap & tightener, rolled roofing, propane heaters, wooden drawers, Z-70 whistler radar detector, enamel trash burner, 24' trailer house electrical wire, kid saddle. KCZlZ!tIDJ GE built in range & oven, Kitchen sink with faucets, gas stove, Coronado stereo, records, tape player with 4 speakers, Goldstar vcr with remote, 25" GE console "IV, Kenmore heavy duty washer, Kenmore dryer, Maytag wringer washer, 15 cubic foot chest deep freeze, 12 cubic foot upright freezer, 4 leather chairs, exercise bike, barstool, oak dresser, tables, chairs, Tappan electric range, Dearborn propane heating stove, sofas, bedroom set(double bed}, Singer sewing machine, end tables, electric separator. portable dishwasher, recllners, high chair, 20" fan, books, light globes, flower pots, cradle, curtains, suitcase, pictures, vaporizer, lunch boxes, rugs, iron, lawn chairs, over shoes, fire place doors, water bed. ESTATE of Sam Shepherd and guest consignors S&A Auction Not Responsible Tauuar A,,tirn for Accidents --v ww t..i n-uwvL-vu Soren Ostby Terry Goodvin Lunch will be served . . Hulett, WY b- EMT's Mu,ett, WY 467-5652 Y 467-5868 The sea cucumber, although it looks very much garden cucumber, is actually an aquatic animal. No. 1 With Security Best of This Sundance, Wyoming WANTED- CROOK RANCHES I have buyers for ranches Kelly F. Mader & Associates, THE BUYERS BROK 910 E. Third St., Suite G Gillette, Wyoming, 82716 307-686-7700 LISTER00E BORN "- C Ol s2o. S DE L00ht.ner 0-- Applicator1 3 )l JUST F NATURALLY LOVIN0 )) MEN BLONDE CARE iI I I Ass t.%oCerluas Lightener Kit After Rins ii :8 9 Pks..000 ,9 SINUTAB EFFERDENT LANACA Allergy Formula Denture Tablets 12 Hr. 120's Medicated 10's Cream 1 ( I m- :,59 .[|) , ', 5 22'1 ' Tablets 60's Allergy 4 Oz. %m ,39 00;59 [ )  CmKAppplet4e, sAllergy \\; Tablets 24's \\; i"'-  zi - Sveelals Good We Reserve The I0-10-90 T10-16-9Ljob4pifTo Limit {|uall 1890 FOOD CENTER oe th.  "Family Owned Supermarkets , Wyoming "" "L'[G L' - for over 7.$ yeers,"