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i 7 e S 1 ii!i z :i I t I | ;i~ ii!~i ~ i~ ....... ~iiiii:i::: :/ ~i!i Eighty-Ninth Year No. 42 Thursday, Oct. 15, 1987 Official Newspaper for Creek Ceunty, City of Sun(kmw lind U. S. Lane Office Continuing Tk Cro Connty News "IN T.E BLACK .,LLs OF WYOMING TWlgNTY.FIVE CENTS PER COPY Sundance kindergarten kids were enchanted Monday as are shown above with local firemen [left to right] Jerry Scribner, the Sundance city fire department and got a closeup Gari Gill and Fire Chief George Peterson. the fire trucks. The children worl~ed on fire safety last week in honor of National were members of Mrs. Linda Peterson's half-day Fire Prevention Week and then toured the hall. Mrs. Jacquie Mclnerney's full-day Group 2 class. They Photo by Howard Allen of six workshops [ aspects of ranch plann- n~anagement will start night. The first be held at Fort starting at 6:30 workshops in the series I on Thursday nights time and location tNov. 19. :holarship Bush scholarship offered by County Clerk's has been awarded D. Bush, Hulett, a of Wyoming College scholarship committee group met at the Wyom- Ssociation of County annual meeting in in September. Appli- considered on the need and scholastic for the county clerk's are donated by the tion Service (NES) for received from the clerks statewide in election information. Sundance seen 9-19 interested in a new 4-H club in has been asked to an organizational meet- 28. The meeting will be in the courthouse room starting at Crook County Extension urged young people to the meeting to learn 4-H and said that a wide variety of areas such as cooking, automotive, small repair, shooting sports The workshops are sponsored by the University of Wyoming Cooperative Extension Service and will cost $10 per family. Crook County agricultural agent Gene Gade and UW agricultural economics spefialists will lead the workshops. Ranchers who attend will, during the workshop series, develop a comprehensive plan for their own ranches. They will take a good look at their existing operations. They'll set goals for the future of their families and ranches. They'll consider many factors during the planning pro- cess, from natural ecological processes, to economics, to the dozens of management options that are available. "In the end," County Agent Gade said, "we hope that The readings: Max. Min. Prec. ()cL 6 59 30 0 Oct. 7 66 30 0 Oct. 8 55 43 0 Oct. 9 29 24 .47 Oct. l0 - Not available Oct. ll - Not available Oct. 12 - Not available for ill woman State Rep. Marlene Simons, Rochester if the down payment Beulah, told The Sundance for her care is not paid in 48 Times Tuesday night that an hours. account will be opened at Sun- Simons said she will open the dance State Bank for Mae account Wednesday and she Evans, gravely ill Beulah asked for donations from any- resident now in Rochester, one able to make one. Mrs. Minn. undergoing tests. Evans is in Room 179 at St. Simons said Mrs. Evans has Mary's Hospital. She has no an inoperable lesion at the base insurance and Simons said she of the brain. She said Mrs. has no resources. Evans will be turned away in participants will have a real handle on where they are, where they want to go and how to get there. Whether they only want a plan to guide their operations for the coming years, or whether they need something coherent to use in their dealings with lending institutions and agencies, I think this series of workshops will be of value to ranchers." The workshop series will use ideas and/or ranch planning materials from four western universities and other institu- tions as well as agricultural computer software from a number of sources. Gade was one of six Crook County residents who attended the Holistic Resot~rce Manage- ment {Savory} course last week in Rapid City. He said Allan Savory and the HRM folks have some important ideas about resource managemer.~ in general and ranch specifi- cally. Gade said, "We'll discuss some of those concepts and management practices in this workshop series also." For further information or to register for the workshop series, contact the Crook County Extension office at 283-1192. ~sted persons are asked Extension Agent Lutterman at 283-1192 have questions or they at the Extension Office Courthouse. violence of play County Family end Sundance Art Line a special perfor,- of "Waiting For Rain , dramatization about violence. "Waiting will be performed in on October 17 at 7:30 Sundance elementary priced at $2.50 for and $2.00 for Senior are available at Dillons from CCFV mem- at the door. in 1986 by regional Betty Staley of Montana, the play one crucial day in the Taylor, a battered who lives with her hus- ack and their young son * a Western sheep ranch. distortion, and of timelessness Aggie reflected in the disem- between Aggie SUccession of people who in her kitchen. Ag mediation to get started Wyoming's new Agriculture Mediation Board is ready to offer its services to the state's agriculture community, Gov. Mike Sullivan says. The board was created by the Legislature earlier this year to help financially troubled farmers and ranchers work out their difficulties with their creditors. Farmers and ranchers need- ing help should contact the Agriculture Mediation Board through the State Attorney General's Office, State Capitol Building, Cheyenne, 82002. The board promulgated emergency rules last month detailing the qualifications and role of mediators and describing how the mediation process should be conducted. The goal, according to board chairman Paul Schwieger, is to help struggling agricultural producers work out their pro- blems with creditors without being forced into court or bank- ruptcy. The state has contracted with the Wyoming Rural Support Network to train mediators. Their duties include listening to both borrowers and creditors, advising them of available pro- grams and attempting to mediate and encouraging them to resolve disagreements short of court action through such steps as refinancing and adjust- ing of debts or providing for payment. The board requires that all' requests for mediation by made in writing through the attorney general's office, with names and addresses of all parties involved and sufficient infor- matiop to insure that the situa- tion meets with requirements of the law. No mediation sessions will be scheduled until all parties agree to mediation, and mediators will not be able to force a settle- ment. Ranch workshops are scheduled A series of six workshops on ranch planning and management will start at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 15 at Fort Devils Tower. The workshops will then be held every Thursday evening through Nov. 19 at the same time and location. VFW Auxiliary plans meeting A meeting of Devils Tower VFW Auxiliary will be held Oct. 19 in the Tri-County Electric hospitality room starting at 8 p.m. Girls Staters will attend the session to speak on their trip to Girls State last summer. ********************************************************** Gospel sessions planned in cotlrthouse A series of non-denominational gospel meetings will be held in the courthouse basement here through October. The meetings will start at 4 p.m. on Sundays. ********************************************************** Hulett senior citizens plan dinner The Hulett area Senior Citizens carry-in birthday dinner will be held Oct. 19. The public is invited to attend. Christian Women sets prayer coffee The non-denominational Crook County Christian Women's Club will hold a prayer coffee Oct. 15 at the home of Joyce Speidel starting at 7 p.m. All women are invited to attend. CattleWomen will host luncheon Crook County CattleWomen will host the Weston and Campbell county Cowbells at a noon luncheon here OCt. 27 in the courthouse community room. A special guest will be Marilyn E. Werner, Wyoming Cowbelles president. There will be no charge for the luncheon. A business meeting of the Crook county group will be held at 10:00 a.m. ********************************************************** Book review group tO meet Friends o/the Library book review group will meet at 2 p.m. Oct. 19 at the home of Marjorie Oood~on, 223 Oak, Carol Burnett's "One More Time" will be the book discmm~. The ~blic is invited to attend. *********************************************************** Tricks and Treats luncheon coming The Friends of the Library literary tricks and treats luncheon will be held Oct. 21 in the courthouse community room from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The luncheon is priced at $3.50 with proceeds going toward Crook County Library development. Winners of the poetry and prose school contest will read their work at 12 noon. The public is invited to attend and come and go as their schedules dictate. ********************************************************** Events set at Hulett civic center A chili supper and Halloween carnival has been planned at the Hulett civic center OCt. 24. Supper will be held at 6 p.m. at $2 a plate with the carnival following at 7 p.m. A best costume contest will also be held:" Republican Women to meet A regular meeting of the Crook County Republican Women will be held Oct. 20 at noon in the Hub Care at Moorcroft. A no-host luncheon will be held. Members will see a video documentary of Oliver North slides. All interested persons are invited to attend. Community ed classes open The following classes for Sundance Community Educa- tion are still open for regis- trations. Please register as soon as possible so that we may know whether these classes will make or not. To register call Andrea Humphrey at 283-2374. Controlling Salt in Your Diet (Maureen Lutterman) Thurs- day, Oct. 22 (7-9 p.m.) Community Room, no fee. Quilted Picture Frames (Donna Waugh) Tuesday, Oct. 20 & 27 (7-9 p.m.) Home Ec Room, $5.00 plus materials. Christmas Cookies {Shirley Meier) Tuesday, Nov. 3 (7 p.m.) Home Ec Room, $3.00 plus mat~Hal fee. Principles in Landscaping {Gene Gade) Monday, Nov. 9 & 16, (7-9 p.m.} High School Library, no fee. Personal Financial Planning {Dale Bee) Thursday, Nov. 5 (7 p.m.) High School Library, no fee. Lanning EOM at 'hospital Bill Lanning was picked as featured Crook County medical employee of the month for October. Bill has been employ- ed at the hospital since Nov. 13, 1977 as the head of the main- tainance department. He attended school in Belle Fourche, S.D. and has been in Crook County since. He and his wife together have eight child-~ ren. He was given two weeks of lunches from the hospital. kitchen and a carnation from the Flower and Gift Boutique.