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Page 14. ~, October 14, 2004 "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance happenings in hulett @ your library By Dawn Anderson Collection Notes: This week in the library collection case, Shelly Symonds, Hulett sixth grader, is displaying her collec- tion of seashells. Shelly has many beautiful shells including a conch and an abalone. Any- one who would like to exhibit one of their collections is in- vited to call the library. Through the efforts of John Reid, it is now possible to lock the display case so your items will be se- cure. Donations: The Oracle Be- trayed by Catherine Fisher was donated by Maria Hunt. This is Book One of the Oracle Proph- esies series and is a fantasy book. After she is chosen to be "Bearer-of-the-god," Mirany questions the established or- der and sets out, along with a musician and a scribe, to find the legitimate heir of the reli- gious leader known as the Ar- chon. Ken and Terri Dunn graciously donated two large boxes of nice hard and paperback books in- cluding titles by Tim La Haye (The Left Behind series), Michael Phillips, Lori Copeland, T. Davis Bunn, and Jane Peart. Missing Yearbooks: The Hu- lett Library is missing three Hu- lett Red Devil yearbooks from its collection. If you have one of the following years and would be willing to donate it to the li- brary, we would be very grate- ful: 1954,' 1956, and 1978. This is a reminder that the annuals cannot be removed from the li- brary because they are a vital part of our local history collec- tion and are difficult if not im- possible to replace. You may use them in the library and make photocopies of the pages you need. Book Discussion Group: The next meeting of our book club will be in the Hulett Li- brary, Wednesday, October 20, at 7:00 p.m. We are trying a later meeting time in an attempt to accommodate more partici- pants. The book for October will be The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck which was published in iJO#| THAVOLTA JOAtlglg PNOEBIX [CttlLI~REJV$ MOVIE SERIES Week 1 oct 16 "Prkacess Diaries 2" G i Salurday & Sundoy BARGAIN MAnNEEI All Seats $5.00 BOXOWO Ore6 M-F &30. ~. 1~30~ * S~L 12:30~ AZ)U~ $7.50 ~ $5.00 1410 & NNNIWAY 85, SPIARNSH 60S-642-4212 WWW NMewmtu4 eOM Shelly Symonds, Hulett sixth grader, displays seashells in library. 1931. The novel, about peasant life in China in the 1920s, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for fic- tion in 1932. The Good Earth fol- lows the life of Wang Lung, from his beginnings as an impover- ished peasant to his eventual position as a prosperous land- owner. He is aided immeasurably by his equally humble wife, O- Lan, with whom he shares a de- votion to the land, to duty, and to survival. Buck combines de- scriptions of marriage, parent- hood, and complex human emo- tions with depictions of Chinese reverence for the land and for a specific way of life. If you would like to order the book through inter-library loan, please call the library. We will be following the monthly Focus on Classics book selections by Oprah Winfrey. Books Are Sham will be at the Hulett I:ibrary on Thursday morning, Oct. 14, 2004. The books will be on exhibit in the library until Oct. 25 at 4:00 p.m. All orders must be paid in full at that time. Stop in to take a look at their wide variety of reason- ably-priced books and gift items. A full sele~ion of" Haloween Decorations -on ,.gale How!- THE PROOF IS IN THE FINISH! It's your choice, o,do it the first time! Highest quality paint finishes made easy in our new State.of.the.art Global Down Draft Bake Booth The best sign of a great paint job is no sign of a paint job at all. State of the Art Equipment & Technology We have what's needed to fix todays complex vehicles Courtesy car available. Highest quality paint finishes- ahead of the competition Our friendly technicians are I-CAR Certified We accept all insurance estimates A Taste of Western TIMES Autumn Salad 1 cups shredded carrots cup chopped pitted i 7, cup chopped pecans dates 7, cup raisins 1 (3 oz.) package '/, cup French dressing cheese, softened 1 (15 oz) can pear halves 1 head grean leaf In a medium bowl, combine carrots, pecans, raisins and enough French dressing to moisten. Mix lightly and chill. Drain pears, reserving 2 Tbsp syrup. In a small bowl, combine reserved syrup, dates and soft- ened cream cheese and mix until well blended. Fill each pear haft with cream cheese mixture. Spoon carrot mixture onto 6 salad plates covered with lea~(es and place one pear half on each plate. We encourage our readers to share favorite recipes in this column. Please send your recipes and ideas to: A Taste of Western TIMES P.O. Box 400, Sundance, WY 82729 news@sundancetimes.com WHERE: WHAT: 2004 Models Cadillac ~ GMC ~ Jeep 1910 NORTH MAIN MOTORS 1 SPF~.RFISH, SD Great Service - Great Prices/ [ ALL AVAILABLE INCENTIVES. MUST FINANCE WITH GMAC W.A.C. TRADE-INS APPRAISED M ~