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*.Dage 4- Thursday, October 17, 2002 CHURCHES First kptbt Church 10ah a,d Qe Sunday School- 9:30 a.m. Fellowship Time - 10:30 a.m. Worship Time - 11:00 a.m. Wednesday Prayer- 7:00 p.m. Church of Christ 123 Edna Minister - Marvin Massey Bible Study- 10:00 a.m.;Worship- ll:00a.m.; Wednesday Night - Singing at Nursing Home Chapel of Faith 116S. 3rd Full Gospel - Non Denominational Pastor Richard Davis Sunday Sdiool - 9:00 m.; Worship - 10:00 a.m.; Wedaesday - 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. - Royal Rangers for boys and MlssioneUes for girls United Methodist Church 3rd and Ryan Pastor Ed Bollack Phone 283-1954 Sunday School 9: ! 5 a.m., Worship Service 10:.30 a.m., Handicap accessible staldifi Mt. Cabaff Lutherun Church 4th and laa Pastor Braadt Worship Service - 8:45 a.m., Sundays; Sanday Scbool - 10:00 a.m., Sundays. Church of the Good Shepherd Mission-Episcopal 602 Main Adult Sunday Sckool 8:30 a.m.; Sunday Worship &amp; Youth Sunday School; Omtaa Rose Zdla Proctor, 283-3695, or Harold Bernd, 283-3378 for more information. church eOeses Christ of Ianter Day Saints LeeStreet Sacnment Meeting - 9:.00 a.m.; Suoday School - 10:00 a.m.; Priesthood Meeting aad Relid Society - 1 I:00 a.m. Sevmth-Day Advemlst church ompson and 4di Pastor Bo Letof Phone: 1-307-685-4224 Worship Service 4:00 p.m. St. Paul's Catholic Church 805 Oak, Sundaace Reveread John Aloisio Phone: 290-0126 Sunday Mass - 10:30 a.m. Gateway Ministries Ehapel at 303 Vista West (off Cook Lake Road) Dr. Wayne PldUtps, Minister Phone: 307-283-1964 Bible Study - 9:45 a.m., Worship - 10:30 a.m. Crook County Nursing Home Ehurch services are held at 10:00 a.m. each Friday Loc ministers lake lurns holding seces This community Church Calender Is proudly brought to you by "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance Hmes 00Obituarles Matthew C. "Mick" Roberts 1917 - 2002 Matthew C. "Mick" Roberts, 85, Sheridan, formerly of Sundance and Cheyenne, died October 8, 2002 at the Sheridan Manor, Sheridan, Wyoming. Funeral servis...weJ,eld Saturday,:O'ctober 12, 2002, at the Unit' Methodist Church,-'-Sundance, with Rev. Ed Bollack, officiating. Burial followed at Mt. Moriah Cemetery, Sundance. Matthew C. "Mick" Roberts was born May 5, 1917, in Crook County, Wyoming, to William and Nettle (Angel) Roberts. He attended school in Sundance, graduating in 1933 at the age of 16. After gradua- tion, Mick taught in one-room country schools in Crook County. On April 30, 1939, he married Leona "Nonnie" Canfield, and the couple moved to Cheyenne. Mick took a position as clerk for the Sales Tax Division at the State of Wyoming. He became a clerk for Burlington Trailways Bus Company in 1941, and retired from Trailways in 1980 as Regional Superintendent. After the loss of his wife in 1980, Mick became a bookkeeper for the Albany Caf6, and worked there until moving to Sheridan in 1999. Grateful to have shared in Miek's life are his son Larry and daugh- ter Geraldine Roberts of Sheridan; two grandchildren Jeanan and Hans; eight great-grandchildren; his two sisters, Mary Hook of Rapid City, SD and Nora Reimer of Cheyenne; a brother Don Roberts of Texas; many loving in-laws and very good friends, as well as his fam- ily, all of whom will miss him greatly. Mick was preceded in death by his wife Nonnie and his parents. Arrangements were placed in the care of Fidter-Roberts Funeral Chapel, Sundance. Donna Hart 1941 - 2002 Donna Hart, 60, Gillette and formerly of Sundance, died 2002, at Campbell County Memorial Hospital, Gillette. Visitation was Wednesday, October 9, 2002, and funeral were held at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, October 10, 2002, at the Methodist Church, Sundance, with Rev. Ed Bollack officiating. followed at Green Mountain Cemetery, Sundance. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the Radiation Center at Campbell County Memorial Hospital Donna was born December 26, 1941 in Deadwood, South Carl "Ted" and Florence "Peggy" (Ripley) Butterfield. She was on the family ranch near Aladdin, Wyoming. She attended Sundance, graduating from Sundance High School. She married nis Hart July 8, 1962 at the Sundance Methodist Church. To union three children were born, Darren, Damon and Deedra. Donna worked as a clerk for Lee's Pharmacy and Boyd's ket for a number of years. Donna and Dennis then purchased Three C's Pharmacy in Sundance, which they operated for She also worked as a bookkeeper for many businesses in later working as a life insurance agent and real estate agent. and Dennis moved to Gillette in 1994. Donna enjoyed fishing and camping with her family and friends a an occasional shopping trip. She was a member of the V.F.W. iary Club. Survivors include her husband, Dennis Hart; two sons, (Joleen) Hart and Damon (Sandy) Hart; one daughter, Deedra her father, Ted Butterfield; one sister, Dorothy Heintz, and four children, all of Gillette. Donna M. Burbage 1930 - 2002 Donna M. Burbage, 71, Hulett, died October I0, 2002, at the Campbell County Hospital, Gillette. Visitation was held from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 15, 2002, at Fidler-Roberts Funeral Chapel, Sundance. Funeral services were held at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, October 16, 2002, at the Hulett Civic Center, with Pastor Tim Berkshire, Assem- bly of God Church, Hulett, officiating. Burial will follow at Moore Hill Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorials may be directed to the Hulett Civic Center. Donna was born November 16, 1930, in Denver, CO, to Robert and Effie (Tyler) Jolley. She was raised in Hulett and graduated from Hu- lett High School. In 1948, she was the first to be crowned Hulett's Rodeo Queen. She received her teaching certificate from Black Hills Normal College in Spearfish and taught rural school in Hulett for two years. On December 10, 1949, she married Ray Brimmer in Belle Fourche, South Dakota. The couple moved to Miles City, MT, until 1962 when they moved to De Forest, WI. Donna returned to school, receiving her Licensed Practical Nursing degree in 1967, working as a nurse for the next seven years. On April 19, 1973, Donna married Arthur Burbage in Poynette, WI. The couple moved to the family ranch near Hulett in the fall of 1978. In 1998 they moved into the town of Hulett. Donna was a member of Buttons and Bows and was an avid sup- porter of the Girl Scouts. She enjoyed riding horses, watching ani- mals and was a born nature lover. She also enjoyed gardening, read- ing and tatting. Survivors include her husband, Arthur Burbage, Hulett; one son, Roger Brimmer, Belle Fourche; a daughter, Judy Gray, Hulett; two brothers, Sam (Pauline) Jolley, Hulett, and Clarence (Pearl) Jolley, Colorado Springs, CO; and one sister-in-law, Viola Crane, Burr Oaks, was precedec['in ' death by her parents. .... angements have been placed in the care of Fidler-Roberts Fu- neral Chapel, Sundance. CROOK COUNTY MEDICAL SERVICES Hospital Report October 6- October 12, 2002 Admissions ............................................. 3 Dismissals .............................................. 2 ER patients ........................................... 15 Physical Therapy patients .................. 27 Respiratory Therapy patienfs ............... 0 Cardio-Pulmonary patients .................... I X-rays ................................................... 27 CT scans ................................................ 2 Nuclear Medicine ................................... 0 Ultrasounds ............................................. 0 Mammograms ........................................ 0 Labs ..................................................... 77 Ambulance runs ..................................... 6 Osteoporosis Screening ........................ 0 CLINIC VISITS Sundance ........................................... 120 Moorcroft ............................................... 62 Hule ..................................................... 28 Support your local Health Care Center FREE Get a FREE DISH Network digital satellite TV system and FREE Basic Professional Installation DISH! (value starts at $298). Just subscribe to America's Top 50 for only $22.99 per month. _?,OtS tl America's Top 50 includes these favorite channels: ValKI maj< ESPN, MTV, TNT, Cartoon Network, Discovery eed. Product 1 j ot  | P" Channel and CNN Plus, dozens more} dlSondnu< systqml band On $  Prime  1-800-719-9011 _ . .......l'ntertainment aetbf6uT,SO ' . " " Communications Mille Penrdng, (er '0 Offer Ends 07,g12 For new, ficst-tin ctomers only AN pries packages and programmtng mbje to cheese wthout nobcs Sup0es  on hnd No ram checks Local and state es tax rry ph/ AU DSH Nmwork programming and any otter lerwce that are  ate the t*trn and ccrons O the redeot ctom arement hch s  upon reqt S cetoe ih/ progrmnnung ava*laby and fc 11 offers See your DSH Network Reta, DtSH Network product Ieratu or the DtSH Network web irte  - dshnetwork corn for competo deta*ls and restrcUons A sewce marks and trademarks belong to thor respece owners Book Diecuulon Group at the Library Thursday, October 17 - 6:30 p.m., "Native Son" Boadodgo Snowmobile/Jmoclation meeting Thursday, October 17 - 7:00 p.m., PRECorp Hospitality Room Candldatee Forum -Camp Beard Thursday, October 17 - 7:00 p.m. Pine Haven Republican Women meeting Thursday, October 17 - Noon luncheon at the home of Myma Tesh Car pool at 11:00 am. at the Fair Barn; call 756-36"88 or 283-1791 Public Health Ru Clinics: Sundance October 16, Hulett October 17, Moorcroft October 18 12:00 Noon at the local Senior Centers Moorcroft community Education Speaker Saturday, October 19 - 2:00 p.m., Moorcroft Community Ed.Modular Mike Hensley & Chns Kennedy, "Haunted by Waters" ..o.,,...,,........,...,. .......... .,..o,.,...o......o.o..,.. ................... o... ......... , ........................................ Crook County Land Use Planning & Zoning Commilon meeting Monday, October 21 - 5:00 p.m., Jury room, Crook Co Courthouse, Sundance; public headng on two proposed amendments to 1998 Land Use Plan for Crook County Crook County Cattlewomon, meeting Tuesday, October 22 - noon, Aladdin Cafe Carpool at 11:30 a.m. from Fair Bam in Sundance ..................... ,.,.. ............ , .......................... . ...................................................................... Crook County &chool District #1, School Board Meeting Tuesday, October 22 - 6:00 p.m., Moorcroft ....., .......... , ............. o ........................................................................................................ n meeung Wednesday, October 23 - 7:00 p.m., Sundance Library ..... .., ......... . ......... ....,.......o .............................................................................................. Flbromyalgla eeminar Saturday, October 26 - 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Rushmore Plaza Holiday Inn, 505 North 5th Street, Rapid City, SD (605) 343-2293 ..... ., ........ ....,..o.,.....,,.,......., ......... o .............................. , ..................................................... Mother Goose lbrytim at the Library Thursdays, 11:00 a.m. Ica Anonymous meeting Every Tuesday, 8:00 p.m, Sundanca Senior Citizens Center ................... .., ...... .. ........... ... ..................... , ............................................................... AL-ANON Family Group meeting Every Wednesday, 6:00 p.m., 120 N. 6th, Church of the Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, Sundanca. Contact Marlene 283-2033 November 8 deadline for ACT test College-bound high school stu- dents who want to take the ACT Assessment have two chances to register before the December 14 test date. The postmark reg- istration deadline is Friday, No- vember 8. There is also a late registration postmark deadline on November 21 (an additional fee is required for late registra- tion). Students can get informa- tion from their high school coun- selor or register online at www.act.org. ACT scores are accepted by vir- tually all colleges in the nation, including all Ivy League schools. A student's ACT scores are con- sidered by colleges for admis- sions and course placement, along with several other impor- tant factors including high school GPA, college prep courses taken in high school, extracurricular activities, per- sonal background and other in- formation. The test fee is $25. Seniors who have already taken the ACT can take it again and try for a higher score. Jun- iors and sophomores can also take the exam and use their scores to examine academic weaknesses, take courses to correct those weaknesses and re-take the exam at a later date. Students who take the exam more than once can report only their highest composite score to prospective colleges if they choose. Auction held ON SITE at the place at 252 Clark Rd., Sundance, Directions: fr s---u-ndance: go 5 miles Southeast of Sundance on Hwy 585 to Clark Rd., then 2.5 miles on Clark Rd. to the place. Signs will be posted. SATURDAY OCT. 19, 2002 - 10:00 A.M. ANTIQUES-COLLECTIBLES: Oak ice box; oak roll top desk, S-curve; butcher block; oak wardrobe; oak dresser; old post cards in sev dz. wagon wheels, iron wheels & buggy wheels; kitchen chairs; sev wagon wheel hub lamps; kerosene lamps; old jars & bottles; thermometer; sev. wood planes; hog scrapper; moose antlers; mounted deer head; desk; whiskey still; 2 copper boilers; sev. cow bells; deer horns; 2 rockers; desk w/applique; parlor stove; 5 drawer chest of drawers; cross cut saws; crock bowls; wooden butter churn; sev. boxes; cream can; Coles pador stove; wooden boxes; Toboggan; 2 forges; branding irons; old boys bike; harness makers bench; cast iron copper & brass fire extinguisher; old tins; ice tongs; coffee gnnder; enamelware; Avon; old skies; fancy Mountain Oak round pador stobe; Ore car the Ross Shaft from Homestake Mine; horse drawn mower, cultivator & tumble bug; 3 antique Baseball mitts; trunk; Riberboat set; shaving mugs; billy club; piano music; police hat; 2 leather holsters; books; Black Hills Round-up posters; other paper goods; old playing brass street ianp; cowboy hat; 2 sets of spurs; miniature die cast car collection; 3 pocket watches; costume jewelry; whiskey kegs; poles; bull whip; wash board; scopes; brass knuckle; other items. SHOP EQUIPMENT - TOOLS - ETC:'Neer new Miller Matic 200 wire feed welder; metal cutting bandsaw, 1 h p; Rockwell table heavy duty dnll press; 225 amp Lincoln Welder; air compressor; 1 ton floor jack; 7" & 4" angle grinder; 100 Ib anvil; 2 air sanders; " 3/8" Milwaukee elec. drill; 3/8" side angle dnll; Craftsman rotary tool kit; timing light; analyzer; concrete tools; pipe vise; air hammer rollers; 4 Ig. shop cabinets; 2 5 gal gas tanks; torch; tap & die sets; set of aviation snips; hand ddlls; cuffing torch; sodenng kit; rivet tool; set; punch set; lots & lots of hardware--screws, bolts, nails, etc; air hose; air regulator; battery charger; B&D rotor kit; 7" angle dnver; gas cans; sander; gas mask; paint sprayer; 3 cases 10/30 oil; steel brushes; hammer handles; bolt cutter; carbine craft arc torch; 50' 3/8" air battery charger; portable air compressor drop cords; case of oil treatment; creeper; come-a-long; sewer tape; " ddve impact socket Pittsburgh " tongue wrench, 150 lb.; other items YARD - GAIAGE - ETC; Toro snowblower; Toro Riding lawn mower; 2 weed eaters; 2 hand pump sprayers; three Homelite chain 5 gels of chain saw oil; four large moving rollers; 2 binoculars 7x35; point shaker; 25' of decorative chain; tarp paint thinner; one box of gloves; sm. utility trailer (has title); pickup box trailer (no title); other items FURNITURE - APPLIANCES - HOUSEHOLD: Upright freezer; sofa & chair; 4 kitchen chads on rollers; 3 wall clocks; china cal; other items. FIREARMS - COINS: Shotguns: Ithaca dbl. barrel 12 ga, new; Remington dbL barrel 12 ga; Acme Arms 12 ga; 410 ga.; Batavia Leader dbl barrel 12 ga; H.SB Co Chicago dbl barrel 12 ga; Zulu mu771eloader 12 ga.; Rifles: Winchester Model cal, ser. #200xxx; Winchester Model 1886 38-56 cal, oct bbl; Winchester Model 94, 32 WCF cal, ser #149xxx; Remington Model 510 Remington Model 81 300 Savage cal; Springfield Model 1873 50 cal muzzleloader; Marlin Model 100G 22 cal; Stevens 22 cal; Stevens muzzleloader; Madin Model 100G .22 cal.; Stevens 22 cal; Stevens 22 cal. Marksman; Japanese dfle; sec. other older rifles; Pistols & Colt US. Army Model 1917.45 cal; Colt 32 auto; Colt 38 cal w/holster; matched set of Colt 22 cal. dueling pistols in case; U.S. w/leather holster, unknown cal; Savage 32 auto; Schuss 765 mm w/leather holster; Iver Johnson Arms .38 cal; Hopkins & Allen .22 cal.; Standard 1876 w/button holster; 22 cal. hammerless w/white plastic grips; sev. others; LOTS of various ammunition of ell U.SN. K-bar knife; other old knives; sev bayonet scabbards; and other unlisted firearms related items Coins: We don't are approx. 150 Morgan and Peace silver dollars, lots of wheat pennies, some buffalo nickels and many silver dimes including Mercury ; Roosevelt dimes, and other coinage. NOTE: Ted (Snooks) Mctnemey was teh owner of the former Wagon Wheet Bet in Spearfish, SD. He collected a nice veriety of guns, antiques  collective plans to join us in this beautiful area just southeast of Sundance WY. OWNERS TUR wilD- ID ;illtN[ter- Conrss[to91nCe "  [ Martin-urisch eu Guest consigno r PO Box 1867, Rapid Cit SD Raymond Lindholm Lois Mclnerney 605-348-5261 Sundance, WY Owned by: Sundance Times, Inc. - Curtis and Unda Moberg Curtis Moberg: owner, publisher, editor and advertising s. s H0g: ad-d0, make-up, phorapy, Weseng, drcuon E//zabeth Can/d: staff writer, proofln9 Gary WJams: staff v, dter/adverlbing Pollmalr: Send any address changes to PO Box 400, Sundance, WY 82729 DEADLINE 10:00 a.m. Tuesday of week to be inserted. COPYRIGHT 2002 by THE SUNDANCE TIMES All rights reserved. Official Newspaper For Crook County City of Sundance, Wyoming and the U.S. Land Office State Award Winning Paper PRESS .......................... Ass_oc_i.ati00n00...00 SUBSCRIPTIONS Mail this form with your check to Box 400 orbdng it to our office at 311 Main St Sundance, WY 82729 Name Town State Zip Subscription Rates Crook County- $20 All others except foreign countries - $24 *.Dage 4- Thursday, October 17, 2002 CHURCHES First kptbt Church 10ah a,d Qe Sunday School- 9:30 a.m. Fellowship Time - 10:30 a.m. Worship Time - 11:00 a.m. Wednesday Prayer- 7:00 p.m. Church of Christ 123 Edna Minister - Marvin Massey Bible Study- 10:00 a.m.;Worship- ll:00a.m.; Wednesday Night - Singing at Nursing Home Chapel of Faith 116S. 3rd Full Gospel - Non Denominational Pastor Richard Davis Sunday Sdiool - 9:00 m.; Worship - 10:00 a.m.; Wedaesday - 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. - Royal Rangers for boys and MlssioneUes for girls United Methodist Church 3rd and Ryan Pastor Ed Bollack Phone 283-1954 Sunday School 9: ! 5 a.m., Worship Service 10:.30 a.m., Handicap accessible staldifi Mt. Cabaff Lutherun Church 4th and laa Pastor Braadt Worship Service - 8:45 a.m., Sundays; Sanday Scbool - 10:00 a.m., Sundays. Church of the Good Shepherd Mission-Episcopal 602 Main Adult Sunday Sckool 8:30 a.m.; Sunday Worship & Youth Sunday School; Omtaa Rose Zdla Proctor, 283-3695, or Harold Bernd, 283-3378 for more information. church eOeses Christ of Ianter Day Saints LeeStreet Sacnment Meeting - 9:.00 a.m.; Suoday School - 10:00 a.m.; Priesthood Meeting aad Relid Society - 1 I:00 a.m. Sevmth-Day Advemlst church ompson and 4di Pastor Bo Letof Phone: 1-307-685-4224 Worship Service 4:00 p.m. St. Paul's Catholic Church 805 Oak, Sundaace Reveread John Aloisio Phone: 290-0126 Sunday Mass - 10:30 a.m. Gateway Ministries Ehapel at 303 Vista West (off Cook Lake Road) Dr. Wayne PldUtps, Minister Phone: 307-283-1964 Bible Study - 9:45 a.m., Worship - 10:30 a.m. Crook County Nursing Home Ehurch services are held at 10:00 a.m. each Friday Loc ministers lake lurns holding seces This community Church Calender Is proudly brought to you by "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance Hmes 00Obituarles Matthew C. "Mick" Roberts 1917 - 2002 Matthew C. "Mick" Roberts, 85, Sheridan, formerly of Sundance and Cheyenne, died October 8, 2002 at the Sheridan Manor, Sheridan, Wyoming. Funeral servis...weJ,eld Saturday,:O'ctober 12, 2002, at the Unit' Methodist Church,-'-Sundance, with Rev. Ed Bollack, officiating. Burial followed at Mt. Moriah Cemetery, Sundance. Matthew C. "Mick" Roberts was born May 5, 1917, in Crook County, Wyoming, to William and Nettle (Angel) Roberts. He attended school in Sundance, graduating in 1933 at the age of 16. After gradua- tion, Mick taught in one-room country schools in Crook County. On April 30, 1939, he married Leona "Nonnie" Canfield, and the couple moved to Cheyenne. Mick took a position as clerk for the Sales Tax Division at the State of Wyoming. He became a clerk for Burlington Trailways Bus Company in 1941, and retired from Trailways in 1980 as Regional Superintendent. After the loss of his wife in 1980, Mick became a bookkeeper for the Albany Caf6, and worked there until moving to Sheridan in 1999. Grateful to have shared in Miek's life are his son Larry and daugh- ter Geraldine Roberts of Sheridan; two grandchildren Jeanan and Hans; eight great-grandchildren; his two sisters, Mary Hook of Rapid City, SD and Nora Reimer of Cheyenne; a brother Don Roberts of Texas; many loving in-laws and very good friends, as well as his fam- ily, all of whom will miss him greatly. Mick was preceded in death by his wife Nonnie and his parents. Arrangements were placed in the care of Fidter-Roberts Funeral Chapel, Sundance. Donna Hart 1941 - 2002 Donna Hart, 60, Gillette and formerly of Sundance, died 2002, at Campbell County Memorial Hospital, Gillette. Visitation was Wednesday, October 9, 2002, and funeral were held at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, October 10, 2002, at the Methodist Church, Sundance, with Rev. Ed Bollack officiating. followed at Green Mountain Cemetery, Sundance. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be directed to the Radiation Center at Campbell County Memorial Hospital Donna was born December 26, 1941 in Deadwood, South Carl "Ted" and Florence "Peggy" (Ripley) Butterfield. She was on the family ranch near Aladdin, Wyoming. She attended Sundance, graduating from Sundance High School. She married nis Hart July 8, 1962 at the Sundance Methodist Church. To union three children were born, Darren, Damon and Deedra. Donna worked as a clerk for Lee's Pharmacy and Boyd's ket for a number of years. Donna and Dennis then purchased Three C's Pharmacy in Sundance, which they operated for She also worked as a bookkeeper for many businesses in later working as a life insurance agent and real estate agent. and Dennis moved to Gillette in 1994. Donna enjoyed fishing and camping with her family and friends a an occasional shopping trip. She was a member of the V.F.W. iary Club. Survivors include her husband, Dennis Hart; two sons, (Joleen) Hart and Damon (Sandy) Hart; one daughter, Deedra her father, Ted Butterfield; one sister, Dorothy Heintz, and four children, all of Gillette. Donna M. Burbage 1930 - 2002 Donna M. Burbage, 71, Hulett, died October I0, 2002, at the Campbell County Hospital, Gillette. Visitation was held from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 15, 2002, at Fidler-Roberts Funeral Chapel, Sundance. Funeral services were held at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday, October 16, 2002, at the Hulett Civic Center, with Pastor Tim Berkshire, Assem- bly of God Church, Hulett, officiating. Burial will follow at Moore Hill Cemetery. In lieu of flowers memorials may be directed to the Hulett Civic Center. Donna was born November 16, 1930, in Denver, CO, to Robert and Effie (Tyler) Jolley. She was raised in Hulett and graduated from Hu- lett High School. In 1948, she was the first to be crowned Hulett's Rodeo Queen. She received her teaching certificate from Black Hills Normal College in Spearfish and taught rural school in Hulett for two years. On December 10, 1949, she married Ray Brimmer in Belle Fourche, South Dakota. The couple moved to Miles City, MT, until 1962 when they moved to De Forest, WI. Donna returned to school, receiving her Licensed Practical Nursing degree in 1967, working as a nurse for the next seven years. On April 19, 1973, Donna married Arthur Burbage in Poynette, WI. The couple moved to the family ranch near Hulett in the fall of 1978. In 1998 they moved into the town of Hulett. Donna was a member of Buttons and Bows and was an avid sup- porter of the Girl Scouts. She enjoyed riding horses, watching ani- mals and was a born nature lover. She also enjoyed gardening, read- ing and tatting. Survivors include her husband, Arthur Burbage, Hulett; one son, Roger Brimmer, Belle Fourche; a daughter, Judy Gray, Hulett; two brothers, Sam (Pauline) Jolley, Hulett, and Clarence (Pearl) Jolley, Colorado Springs, CO; and one sister-in-law, Viola Crane, Burr Oaks, was precedec['in ' death by her parents. .... angements have been placed in the care of Fidler-Roberts Fu- neral Chapel, Sundance. CROOK COUNTY MEDICAL SERVICES Hospital Report October 6- October 12, 2002 Admissions ............................................. 3 Dismissals .............................................. 2 ER patients ........................................... 15 Physical Therapy patients .................. 27 Respiratory Therapy patienfs ............... 0 Cardio-Pulmonary patients .................... I X-rays ................................................... 27 CT scans ................................................ 2 Nuclear Medicine ................................... 0 Ultrasounds ............................................. 0 Mammograms ........................................ 0 Labs ..................................................... 77 Ambulance runs ..................................... 6 Osteoporosis Screening ........................ 0 CLINIC VISITS Sundance ........................................... 120 Moorcroft ............................................... 62 Hule ..................................................... 28 Support your local Health Care Center FREE Get a FREE DISH Network digital satellite TV system and FREE Basic Professional Installation DISH! (value starts at $298). Just subscribe to America's Top 50 for only $22.99 per month. _?,OtS tl America's Top 50 includes these favorite channels: ValKI maj< ESPN, MTV, TNT, Cartoon Network, Discovery eed. Product 1 j ot  | P" Channel and CNN Plus, dozens more} dlSondnu< systqml band On $  Prime  1-800-719-9011 _ . .......l'ntertainment aetbf6uT,SO ' . " " Communications Mille Penrdng, (er '0 Offer Ends 07,g12 For new, ficst-tin ctomers only AN pries packages and programmtng mbje to cheese wthout nobcs Sup0es  on hnd No ram checks Local and state es tax rry ph/ AU DSH Nmwork programming and any otter lerwce that are  ate the t*trn and ccrons O the redeot ctom arement hch s  upon reqt S cetoe ih/ progrmnnung ava*laby and fc 11 offers See your DSH Network Reta, DtSH Network product Ieratu or the DtSH Network web irte  - dshnetwork corn for competo deta*ls and restrcUons A sewce marks and trademarks belong to thor respece owners Book Diecuulon Group at the Library Thursday, October 17 - 6:30 p.m., "Native Son" Boadodgo Snowmobile/Jmoclation meeting Thursday, October 17 - 7:00 p.m., PRECorp Hospitality Room Candldatee Forum -Camp Beard Thursday, October 17 - 7:00 p.m. Pine Haven Republican Women meeting Thursday, October 17 - Noon luncheon at the home of Myma Tesh Car pool at 11:00 am. at the Fair Barn; call 756-36"88 or 283-1791 Public Health Ru Clinics: Sundance October 16, Hulett October 17, Moorcroft October 18 12:00 Noon at the local Senior Centers Moorcroft community Education Speaker Saturday, October 19 - 2:00 p.m., Moorcroft Community Ed.Modular Mike Hensley & Chns Kennedy, "Haunted by Waters" ..o.,,...,,........,...,. .......... .,..o,.,...o......o.o..,.. ................... o... ......... , ........................................ Crook County Land Use Planning & Zoning Commilon meeting Monday, October 21 - 5:00 p.m., Jury room, Crook Co Courthouse, Sundance; public headng on two proposed amendments to 1998 Land Use Plan for Crook County Crook County Cattlewomon, meeting Tuesday, October 22 - noon, Aladdin Cafe Carpool at 11:30 a.m. from Fair Bam in Sundance ..................... ,.,.. ............ , .......................... . ...................................................................... Crook County &chool District #1, School Board Meeting Tuesday, October 22 - 6:00 p.m., Moorcroft ....., .......... , ............. o ........................................................................................................ n meeung Wednesday, October 23 - 7:00 p.m., Sundance Library ..... .., ......... . ......... ....,.......o .............................................................................................. Flbromyalgla eeminar Saturday, October 26 - 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m., Rushmore Plaza Holiday Inn, 505 North 5th Street, Rapid City, SD (605) 343-2293 ..... ., ........ ....,..o.,.....,,.,......., ......... o .............................. , ..................................................... Mother Goose lbrytim at the Library Thursdays, 11:00 a.m. Ica Anonymous meeting Every Tuesday, 8:00 p.m, Sundanca Senior Citizens Center ................... .., ...... .. ........... ... ..................... , ............................................................... AL-ANON Family Group meeting Every Wednesday, 6:00 p.m., 120 N. 6th, Church of the Good Shepherd Episcopal Church, Sundanca. Contact Marlene 283-2033 November 8 deadline for ACT test College-bound high school stu- dents who want to take the ACT Assessment have two chances to register before the December 14 test date. The postmark reg- istration deadline is Friday, No- vember 8. There is also a late registration postmark deadline on November 21 (an additional fee is required for late registra- tion). Students can get informa- tion from their high school coun- selor or register online at www.act.org. ACT scores are accepted by vir- tually all colleges in the nation, including all Ivy League schools. A student's ACT scores are con- sidered by colleges for admis- sions and course placement, along with several other impor- tant factors including high school GPA, college prep courses taken in high school, extracurricular activities, per- sonal background and other in- formation. The test fee is $25. Seniors who have already taken the ACT can take it again and try for a higher score. Jun- iors and sophomores can also take the exam and use their scores to examine academic weaknesses, take courses to correct those weaknesses and re-take the exam at a later date. Students who take the exam more than once can report only their highest composite score to prospective colleges if they choose. Auction held ON SITE at the place at 252 Clark Rd., Sundance, Directions: fr s---u-ndance: go 5 miles Southeast of Sundance on Hwy 585 to Clark Rd., then 2.5 miles on Clark Rd. to the place. Signs will be posted. SATURDAY OCT. 19, 2002 - 10:00 A.M. ANTIQUES-COLLECTIBLES: Oak ice box; oak roll top desk, S-curve; butcher block; oak wardrobe; oak dresser; old post cards in sev dz. wagon wheels, iron wheels & buggy wheels; kitchen chairs; sev wagon wheel hub lamps; kerosene lamps; old jars & bottles; thermometer; sev. wood planes; hog scrapper; moose antlers; mounted deer head; desk; whiskey still; 2 copper boilers; sev. cow bells; deer horns; 2 rockers; desk w/applique; parlor stove; 5 drawer chest of drawers; cross cut saws; crock bowls; wooden butter churn; sev. boxes; cream can; Coles pador stove; wooden boxes; Toboggan; 2 forges; branding irons; old boys bike; harness makers bench; cast iron copper & brass fire extinguisher; old tins; ice tongs; coffee gnnder; enamelware; Avon; old skies; fancy Mountain Oak round pador stobe; Ore car the Ross Shaft from Homestake Mine; horse drawn mower, cultivator & tumble bug; 3 antique Baseball mitts; trunk; Riberboat set; shaving mugs; billy club; piano music; police hat; 2 leather holsters; books; Black Hills Round-up posters; other paper goods; old playing brass street ianp; cowboy hat; 2 sets of spurs; miniature die cast car collection; 3 pocket watches; costume jewelry; whiskey kegs; poles; bull whip; wash board; scopes; brass knuckle; other items. SHOP EQUIPMENT - TOOLS - ETC:'Neer new Miller Matic 200 wire feed welder; metal cutting bandsaw, 1 h p; Rockwell table heavy duty dnll press; 225 amp Lincoln Welder; air compressor; 1 ton floor jack; 7" & 4" angle grinder; 100 Ib anvil; 2 air sanders; " 3/8" Milwaukee elec. drill; 3/8" side angle dnll; Craftsman rotary tool kit; timing light; analyzer; concrete tools; pipe vise; air hammer rollers; 4 Ig. shop cabinets; 2 5 gal gas tanks; torch; tap & die sets; set of aviation snips; hand ddlls; cuffing torch; sodenng kit; rivet tool; set; punch set; lots & lots of hardware--screws, bolts, nails, etc; air hose; air regulator; battery charger; B&D rotor kit; 7" angle dnver; gas cans; sander; gas mask; paint sprayer; 3 cases 10/30 oil; steel brushes; hammer handles; bolt cutter; carbine craft arc torch; 50' 3/8" air battery charger; portable air compressor drop cords; case of oil treatment; creeper; come-a-long; sewer tape; " ddve impact socket Pittsburgh " tongue wrench, 150 lb.; other items YARD - GAIAGE - ETC; Toro snowblower; Toro Riding lawn mower; 2 weed eaters; 2 hand pump sprayers; three Homelite chain 5 gels of chain saw oil; four large moving rollers; 2 binoculars 7x35; point shaker; 25' of decorative chain; tarp paint thinner; one box of gloves; sm. utility trailer (has title); pickup box trailer (no title); other items FURNITURE - APPLIANCES - HOUSEHOLD: Upright freezer; sofa & chair; 4 kitchen chads on rollers; 3 wall clocks; china cal; other items. FIREARMS - COINS: Shotguns: Ithaca dbl. barrel 12 ga, new; Remington dbL barrel 12 ga; Acme Arms 12 ga; 410 ga.; Batavia Leader dbl barrel 12 ga; H.SB Co Chicago dbl barrel 12 ga; Zulu mu771eloader 12 ga.; Rifles: Winchester Model cal, ser. #200xxx; Winchester Model 1886 38-56 cal, oct bbl; Winchester Model 94, 32 WCF cal, ser #149xxx; Remington Model 510 Remington Model 81 300 Savage cal; Springfield Model 1873 50 cal muzzleloader; Marlin Model 100G 22 cal; Stevens 22 cal; Stevens muzzleloader; Madin Model 100G .22 cal.; Stevens 22 cal; Stevens 22 cal. Marksman; Japanese dfle; sec. other older rifles; Pistols & Colt US. Army Model 1917.45 cal; Colt 32 auto; Colt 38 cal w/holster; matched set of Colt 22 cal. dueling pistols in case; U.S. w/leather holster, unknown cal; Savage 32 auto; Schuss 765 mm w/leather holster; Iver Johnson Arms .38 cal; Hopkins & Allen .22 cal.; Standard 1876 w/button holster; 22 cal. hammerless w/white plastic grips; sev. others; LOTS of various ammunition of ell U.SN. K-bar knife; other old knives; sev bayonet scabbards; and other unlisted firearms related items Coins: We don't are approx. 150 Morgan and Peace silver dollars, lots of wheat pennies, some buffalo nickels and many silver dimes including Mercury ; Roosevelt dimes, and other coinage. NOTE: Ted (Snooks) Mctnemey was teh owner of the former Wagon Wheet Bet in Spearfish, SD. He collected a nice veriety of guns, antiques  collective plans to join us in this beautiful area just southeast of Sundance WY. OWNERS TUR wilD- ID ;illtN[ter- Conrss[to91nCe "  [ Martin-urisch eu Guest consigno r PO Box 1867, Rapid Cit SD Raymond Lindholm Lois Mclnerney 605-348-5261 Sundance, WY Owned by: Sundance Times, Inc. - Curtis and Unda Moberg Curtis Moberg: owner, publisher, editor and advertising s. s H0g: ad-d0, make-up, phorapy, Weseng, drcuon E//zabeth Can/d: staff writer, proofln9 Gary WJams: staff v, dter/adverlbing Pollmalr: Send any address changes to PO Box 400, Sundance, WY 82729 DEADLINE 10:00 a.m. Tuesday of week to be inserted. COPYRIGHT 2002 by THE SUNDANCE TIMES All rights reserved. Official Newspaper For Crook County City of Sundance, Wyoming and the U.S. Land Office State Award Winning Paper PRESS .......................... Ass_oc_i.ati00n00...00 SUBSCRIPTIONS Mail this form with your check to Box 400 orbdng it to our office at 311 Main St Sundance, WY 82729 Name Town State Zip Subscription Rates Crook County- $20 All others except foreign countries - $24