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PAGE 10 THE SUNDANCE TIMES OCTOBER 15, 1987 The Sundance sixth grade band has been Tiffany Smith, Radons Vore, John Wolkskill, practicing marching and preparing a number for Julie Jensen, Shawn Kipp, Toni Mignery, Lara the homecoming parade October 16. Reinecke, Dustin Sears, Michelle Newlin, Band members include Amanda Crawford, Jennifer Vineyard, TiaQueen, Lynn Uhrig, Hans Misty Palmer, Angels Haiar, Parker Shoun, Ruth Rawhouser, and Coy McLaughlin. Their director Hejnzen, Chris Moeller, Andrea Honomichl, is Mrs. Loretta Tonak. Charlie Ott, state coordinator for the centennial quilt, has asked Crook County Extension Homemakers to sponsor a centennial quilt block contest for their corner of the state. Design and construction of the 23 quilt blocks depicting the historical or contemporary uniqueness of Wyoming counties will be constructed between January 1988 and January 1989. From January 1989 to January, 1990 the Centennial Quilt will be displayed at var- ious centennial activities throughout the State. On July I0, 1990 the Centennial Quilt will be pre- sented and installed to the state as a permanent gift. The Crook County Extension Homemaker's have invited anyone to make a quilt block following these instructions: 1. Block measures 161/= x161/2. 2. Pieced, appliqued or embroidered. 3. 100% cotton or blend fabric, preferred. 4. Signify the uniqueness of county represented. 5. Written narrative on block containing: About the design, something about yourself, time span, fabric etc. Blocks to be in the Extension office no later than November 30. Quilt blocks will be judged on December 1, 1987 at the Christmas party for the exten- sion homemakers. The remainder of the blocks that are not chosen to depict Crook County will be made into something and raffled off at a later date. Persons with further questions regarding the contest should contact either: Elva Crago, Chairperson, Box 422, Upton, 468-2544 or the Crook County Extension Office, Box 368, Sundance, 283-1192. SUNDANCE SENIOR CITIZEN MEALS Thursday, Oct. 15 Oven fried chicken, potatoes/ gravy, peas & carrots, biscuit and baked rice custard. Friday, Oct. 16 Cheeseburger Pie, cream style corn, peas, tossed salad and canned peaches. Monday, Oct. 19 Meatloaf, cheese fondue, green beans, chilled peaches, hot roll, orange rolled wheat cake. Tuesday, Oct. 20 Port and sauerkraut, boiled potatoes, peas, apple, carrot/ celery salad, white bread and chocolate pudding. Wednesday, Oct. 21 Lasagna/hamburger, green beans, fresh fruit salad, garlic bread, coconut cream pudding. HULETT SENIOR CITIZENS MENU Thursday, Oct. 15 Roast pork, gravy/biscuit, peas & carrots, grapefruit sections, rice pudding. Friday, Oct. 16 Spaghetti/meat sauce, mixed vegetables, pears, French bread, peach cobbler. Sunday, Oct. 18 Turkey dinner, mashed potatoes/gravy, peas, waldorf salad, roll, ice cream. Tuesday, Oct. 20 Beef stew, jellied fruit salad, hot rolls, applesauce cake/ vanilla fl;osting. Wednesday, Oct. 21 Polish sausage, peas, sauer- kraut salad, raisin bread, apricot halves. You're getting old if you sit down in a rocking chair and can't get it started. NORTHERN HILLS CINEMA 1-90 & Highway 85 Ph. 642-4212 Spearfish I 7:00. 9:00 Sun. 5:00, 7:00, 9:00 Starts Fri. 7:00 only Sun. 5:00, 7:00 only Starts Fri. 9:00 only 7:15-9:15 ,hUN. 5:00 DRAGNET DAN ~ AYKROYD lB:, lr To. Maid to Order "PG" Born in East L.A. "R" with Cheech Marir it's |un to b~ ,1"~ vampire. THE LOST BOYS A new teacher on the staffs of Sundance Elementary and Moorcroft Elementary Schools is May Daly. She is assigned as Elementary Librarian at both centers. She was born in Gillete, but moved to Big Horn at the age of 10. She graduated from Big Horn High School, following which she attended Sheridan Community College. After two years she transferred to Eastern Montana College in Billings where she earned her Bachelor of Science degree in 1980, majoring in Elementary Education and Library Science. Prior to coming to Crook County this year, she taught at Fromberg, Montana as K-12 Librarian and teaching Junior High math for one year and was 3rd grade teacher for 4 years. She then went to Gillette where she served as an Elementary Media Specialist for two years. Work experience outside education includes service as a secretary, legal secretary, a radio copy writer, disc jockey, teachers aide and a bank teller, giving her a wide range of experience in dealing with people. Commenting on education, she said, "I feel a child's educational experience should be a very positive one and it needs to be success oriented. As librarian-media specialist, I feel that I can make a strong contribution toward that goal." She is married and her hus- band, Wayne, is a mine technician. The couple have three children; Terra, age 12 and in seventh grade, Patrick, age 6 and in first grade, and Erin, age 4 and attending pre- school. With the recent changes in Medicare payments, will you be able to afford a hospital stay? We have found a Medicare supplement policy that will pay those costs and at a price you can afford. SEE US TODAY Ph. 283-I182 Sundance Brenda Myers and Bret Maynard were crowned home- coming royalty Monday night during coronation ceremonies at Sundance High School. SHS students are celebrating home- coming this week with major events set for Friday. Friday's events include the homecoming parade at 1:30 p.m. with a theme of "Soap Operas," homecoming football with the Tongue River Eagles at 3:30 p.m. and the homecoming dance in the evening at 8 in the SHS gym. Attendants for the queen are April Glick and Jodie Miller with Run Elliston and John McClanahan attendants for the king. Crook County Sheriff's Report Sheriff's Report i Oct. 5 One vehicle rollover in the Bear Lodge. No injuries in the accident. Oct. 6 Report of subject passing school bus with its red lights flashing. Subject was located and given citation. Accident between a vehicle and cow on Highway 24 at Hulett. No injuries and restitu- tion made for cow. Assisted broken down motorist in Hulett area. Oct. 7 Investigated theft of chain- saw in Moorcroft area. Oct. 8 Checked out abandoned vehicle on 1-90 in Sundance area. Oct. 9 Report of suspicious person in Mateo V;llage area. Investi- gated and subject was camping on way through area. Report of minor accident in the Moorcroft area next to rail- road tracks. Minor injuries. Vehicles had been moved so no official investigation made. Oct. 10 Assisted Butte County Sheriff's Office. Attempt to locate person in Aladdin area. Subject located and Butte County picked up at the state line. Emergency message deliver- ed in the Hulett area. Suspicious subjects reported on Inyan Kara Road. Officer checked and subjects' vehicle had broken down. They were taken to Moorcroftto get repairs. Oct. 11 Report of gas leak in pipeline in D. Road area. County officer and county fire truck stood by until gas company made repairs. Attempt to locate in Moor- croft area. Possible vehicle involved in hit and run in Camp- bell county. Civil complaint Moorcroft area. No complaint signed yet. Assisted subjects in Moor- croft area with traveler's aid. Oct. 13 As the result of a drug investigation, siezed some drugs in Sundance area. Investigation is continuing. Crook County" Nursing Home Week Ending Oct. 11, 1987 We would like to say a great big thank you to Alma Vinnedge of Hulett for giving the residents a beautiful canary. He sings to everyone who walks by his cage and we are all having a good time taking care of him. Thank you so much, Mr. and Mrs. Vinnedge. We are happy to have Sister Ruth volunteer her time to us on Monday afternoons. The resi- dents enjoy having her come each week. As always the senior citizens band played for the residents on Monday. Their music is one thing the residents look forward to and we want to thank them again for their music and their time. Thank you to Charlotte Alexander for the plaster Christmas ornaments she donated to the residents to paint. We will all have a good time with them. Barry Floyd is always a big hit with the residents when he brings one of the wild life movies to the nursing home. This month he showed a fishing film and everyone was ready to go fishing. Thank you, Barry. We are all really happy to welcome Judi Sipe to the activities dept. We hope she will be with us for a long time. Church services were con- ducted by Rev. Vandenberge. We want to thank Bernice Chat- field for the cookies for after church and to Lorri Redfield for the music at our church service. STUMBLEBUM LEAGUE October 1, 1987 Branding Iron Bar 13-3 Moorcroft State Bank 12-4 Krause Lanes 1 i-5 Cal's Bait Shop 10-6 McMillan and Son 6-10 Fuller Const. 5-I 1 Petersen Lumber 5-11 V.F.W. 2-14 HIGH SERIES Mary Ann Robinson 545 Irene Buckmiller 535 Coralie Lubken 505 HIGH GAME Vera Summers 200 Coralie Lubken 194 Irene Buckmiller ] 91 Mary Ann Robinson 191 Eleanor Sipe ] 91 Karen Zahn 191 BOWLING BAGGS October 8, 1987 Krause Lanes 12-8 Sundance State Bank 12-8 Durfee's 11-9 R & H Greenhouse 9-11 Energy Electric 8-12 The Classix's 8-12 HIGH INDIVIDUAL GAME 1. Renie Bunner 206 2. Ronda Manke 195 3. Glenda Mobley 194 HIGH INDIVIDUAL SERIES 1. Renie Bunner 567 2. Glenda Mobley 528 3. Judy Lutz 496 HIGH TEAM GAME 1. R & H Greenhouse 858 2. The Classix's 808 3. Krause Lanes 797 HIGH TEAM SERIES 1. R & H Greenhouse 2543 2. The Classix's 2371 3. Krause Lanes 2309 Ants can be frozen for long periods without harm. Many spend the winter inside logs and stumps, coated with ice crystals, rlulett Outreach report Our next carry-in be held on October make uI the City Hall from 1:00 on October 16 (Friday). i There will be a clinic at the Civic October 13. You will make appointments Bonnie Sweeny or Knapp to get details. any woman. The next blood will be held again on October 20 at 11:30. O m The Hulett Roping Club would thank all the donors who helped put on annual barbecue. Congratulations to our rodeo queens: 1987- De Ann Morgan !988 - Amy Graham 1988- Lady-in-Waiting- Kelly And Branding At Hulett National Bank and IHulett Insurance Agency /, 17 3to5 P.M. Come in and see our newly expanded facilities. Bring your branding Irons to put your mark on our building. We're located on Main Street in Hulett. Member FDIC I MUFFLER Fiber Spot-Welded Partitions Coated Metal Cover Spun-Locked Heads The Top-of-the-Line Premium Quality Muffler Designed to Specifically Fit Your Car! 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