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- Thursday, October 17, 2002 "WHERE THE KID GOTHIS NAME" The Xumhmce "['illlC'* r --Cards of Thanks Our Thanks We would like to take this opportunity to thank our family and the calls, visits, food, cards, flowers, money for the me- of all for being there to share in our sorrow. kindness and expressions of sympathy will always be special thank you to the ladies from the church the lovely luncheon. The family of Edsel Rogers Elta Rogers Bonnie, Bob, BobbiJo Queen & Wayne Pollat Johnnie, Jeanne, Matt, Chelsea & Mason Rogers Tonya & Shatehya Shooter Paul, Chandra, Joleen Pollat, Trent & Caleb Bush Shelby, Rick, Logan, Madison & Lane Gill Whitney, Jason & Brayden Farver Julie & Marc Hughes Leora Myers Our Thanks Thanks to Ryan Kaski for trying to improve our tax roll in- Stead of being someone who lives off of our tax roll. Ken & Fern Blakeman Our Thanks Thanks to our mayor, tim Miller, for being the wonderful in Sundance. Ken & Fern Blakeman Our Thanks Our thanks go to the Carlile Live Wires Homemakers group of that presented us with lap robes in a variety of colors and our residents here at Sundance Assisted Care. Our resi- are truly enjoying them in the cool autumn days and espe- our Monday Night Football Game get-togethers] ,, Marian and all your wonderful gals] The residents and staff of Sundance Assisted Care & Wayne & LindaJohnson & sons, Seth, Don, Tom &Adam Our Thanks Our belated thanks to Laura & Herb Miller and children Crys- Molly and Tristan of Rochester, MN who came to entertain is with some "old time" music--it was their first 'public'perfor- tance and from all reports had "better not be their last" -- they *re really enjoyable and entertaining. They are the daughter and on-in.law of our staff person, A rdelle Lien. Thank you, A rdelle your family and grandchildren/ The staff and residents of I Family SundanceAssisted Care 00ance upcoming Fall Family Dance will be on Friday, November 8, from -10 p.m. at the Old High School in Sundance to benefit the Food Pantry. There will be music and games, and all ages welcome. Admission is a do- for the County Food Pan- For more information, call ' at 283-3646. BRING IN AD FOR FREE TICKET Sundance Clinic • Sundance, Wyoming . Our Thanks The Crook County Sheriff's office would like to thank the Sun- dance Fire and EMS personnel, Curt and the Custom Auto crew, Wyoming Highway Patrol, South Dakota Highway Patrol, Lawrence County Sheriff's department, Spearfish Police Depart- ment, and the area ranchers. Without everyone's help and coop- eration, the loose cattle on the road on Friday, October 11, could have turned out to be a very tragic event. Thank you all for the time and effort in rounding up cattle and clearing the roadway] Steve J. Stahla Crook County Sheriff My Thanks I would like to express my gratitude for the cards, prayers, phone calls, and flowers during my hospitalization and recovery. Thanks especially to Deb, Kathleen and Dena for filling in for me at the Moorcrofi Clinic. A special THANK YOU to my fam- ily for their support. Verla Fish My Thanks I would like to thank everyone for their cards, visits andphone calls while I was in the hospital and after coming home. They were all very much enjoyed. I would also say thanks to those at the hospital for the wonder- ful care and concern they have for their patients. Thelma Glover Our Thanks We would like to thank all of our family and friends for celebrat- ing our 50th Wedding Anniversary with a beautiful bouquet of roses, cards, and the great supper and lodging with our children and grandchildren in Deadwood. Thanks again. Donna & Bill Borchgrevink Our Thanks The Sundance Fire Department would like to thank the Crook County Sheriff's department for their assistance with the acci- dents at Beulah this past week. As always, they are there in an instant, ready to help as needed. Sundance Fire Department Ox Yoke Thanks Thank you to our friends and neighbors, the Lawrence and Crook County law enforcement, fire department, emergency crews and highway department and all others who helped in the recovery and regrouping of the black calves from the Interstate last Friday. We appreciate each and every one of you and all that you did. Gene Reinecke Ox Yoke Ranch ! 7 ]Pc Leather Bella Group (100%Leather) (sofa, loveseat, 3 tables, 2 lamps) 7 Pc BenchcraL Group (100% Leather) (sofa, loveseat, 3 tables, 2 lamps) 7 Pc Comfort Group (sofa, loveseat, 3 tables, 2 lamps) Regular $4204.95 Regular $3714.95 Regular $2354.95 President of Fellowship of Christian Firefighters to speak at Oshoto Community Bible Church ....................... Oshoto Bible Church will host a Missions C- ference on October 19-20. Gaius (Gay) Reynolds, President of FCFI will be speaking on Saturdiy evening at the International Banquet, beginnilag at 6:30 p.m. He will also speak twice on Sunday'at the 9:30 a.m. hour to the men and then in the morning worship service at 10:30 a.m. His wife She, an author, will speak to the ladies at the 9:30 hour on Sunday morning. Gay has been at Ground Zero twice since 9-11 ls Gaius (Gay) he visited firemen on the scene and in local fire stations in New York City. Since last September Reynolds FCFI has seen numerous new chapters spring up throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, South America, the Philippines as well as other countries• The Reynolds have a unique perspective on the aftermath of the tragic events in New York City and the impact on firefighters and rescue workers as they traveled extensively throughout America ad Canada in the last twelve months. The community is cordially invited to attend the International BaIn- quet on Saturday, October 19, at 6:30 p.m. and the Sunday morning services at 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. Bring your own favorite foreign dish for Saturday evening. For more information, call Pastor Jim Greenacl}e, at 467-5237. Local vets invited to observe Veterans' Day with elementary students The fifth graders at Sundance Elementary are preparing a Veterans' Day program to be held on Monday, November 11 at 2:00 p.m. in the elementary gymnasium. Veterans of all ages are invited to attend and sit in the front row as honored guests. Those requiring further information or having ques- tions are invited to phone Barb Colgrove, Sundance Elementary mu- sic teacher. --New Arrival-- Ciaran Lee Halvorson Wham Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Wham of Tucson, Arizona, announce the birth of a baby boy born September 21, 2002, in Tucson, Arizona. The baby boy has been named Ciaran Lee Halvorson Whaml [ He weighed eight pounds, five ounces. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Larry Halvorson, Ra; i" leigh, North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Wham, Casper, Wyo; ': ming, are paternal grandparents. , Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jess Kanode, Sundance, " Wyoming. q 1 :I :l :I Clearance Clearance Clearance $2855 $2453 $1554 Harry C. Stearns, III, M.D. Orthopedic Outreach Clinic Spine Surgery Sports Medicine Total Joint Replacement Hand Surgery Pediatric Orthopedics Foot & Ankle Surgery Reconstructive-Microsurgery Anthroscopy Fractures & Trauma 9 Black Hills Orthopedic & Spine Center, P.C. Rlpointments can be made by calling 1-888-293-1728 O'Neill Plaza, 709 12th St. Off l-90 at Exit 12 Spearfish * 642.3822 Family Owned & Operated ~ Serving the Black Hills Area 47 Years Danny O'Neill's Floor covering at Same Location STORE HOURS: MONDAY-SATuRDAY 8:30 TO 5:30 m  - Thursday, October 17, 2002 "WHERE THE KID GOTHIS NAME" The Xumhmce "['illlC'* r --Cards of Thanks Our Thanks We would like to take this opportunity to thank our family and the calls, visits, food, cards, flowers, money for the me- of all for being there to share in our sorrow. kindness and expressions of sympathy will always be special thank you to the ladies from the church the lovely luncheon. The family of Edsel Rogers Elta Rogers Bonnie, Bob, BobbiJo Queen & Wayne Pollat Johnnie, Jeanne, Matt, Chelsea & Mason Rogers Tonya & Shatehya Shooter Paul, Chandra, Joleen Pollat, Trent & Caleb Bush Shelby, Rick, Logan, Madison & Lane Gill Whitney, Jason & Brayden Farver Julie & Marc Hughes Leora Myers Our Thanks Thanks to Ryan Kaski for trying to improve our tax roll in- Stead of being someone who lives off of our tax roll. Ken & Fern Blakeman Our Thanks Thanks to our mayor, tim Miller, for being the wonderful in Sundance. Ken & Fern Blakeman Our Thanks Our thanks go to the Carlile Live Wires Homemakers group of that presented us with lap robes in a variety of colors and our residents here at Sundance Assisted Care. Our resi- are truly enjoying them in the cool autumn days and espe- our Monday Night Football Game get-togethers] ,, Marian and all your wonderful gals] The residents and staff of Sundance Assisted Care & Wayne & LindaJohnson & sons, Seth, Don, Tom &Adam Our Thanks Our belated thanks to Laura & Herb Miller and children Crys- Molly and Tristan of Rochester, MN who came to entertain is with some "old time" music--it was their first 'public'perfor- tance and from all reports had "better not be their last" -- they *re really enjoyable and entertaining. They are the daughter and on-in.law of our staff person, A rdelle Lien. Thank you, A rdelle your family and grandchildren/ The staff and residents of I Family SundanceAssisted Care 00ance upcoming Fall Family Dance will be on Friday, November 8, from -10 p.m. at the Old High School in Sundance to benefit the Food Pantry. There will be music and games, and all ages welcome. Admission is a do- for the County Food Pan- For more information, call ' at 283-3646. BRING IN AD FOR FREE TICKET Sundance Clinic • Sundance, Wyoming . Our Thanks The Crook County Sheriff's office would like to thank the Sun- dance Fire and EMS personnel, Curt and the Custom Auto crew, Wyoming Highway Patrol, South Dakota Highway Patrol, Lawrence County Sheriff's department, Spearfish Police Depart- ment, and the area ranchers. Without everyone's help and coop- eration, the loose cattle on the road on Friday, October 11, could have turned out to be a very tragic event. Thank you all for the time and effort in rounding up cattle and clearing the roadway] Steve J. Stahla Crook County Sheriff My Thanks I would like to express my gratitude for the cards, prayers, phone calls, and flowers during my hospitalization and recovery. Thanks especially to Deb, Kathleen and Dena for filling in for me at the Moorcrofi Clinic. A special THANK YOU to my fam- ily for their support. Verla Fish My Thanks I would like to thank everyone for their cards, visits andphone calls while I was in the hospital and after coming home. They were all very much enjoyed. I would also say thanks to those at the hospital for the wonder- ful care and concern they have for their patients. Thelma Glover Our Thanks We would like to thank all of our family and friends for celebrat- ing our 50th Wedding Anniversary with a beautiful bouquet of roses, cards, and the great supper and lodging with our children and grandchildren in Deadwood. Thanks again. Donna & Bill Borchgrevink Our Thanks The Sundance Fire Department would like to thank the Crook County Sheriff's department for their assistance with the acci- dents at Beulah this past week. As always, they are there in an instant, ready to help as needed. Sundance Fire Department Ox Yoke Thanks Thank you to our friends and neighbors, the Lawrence and Crook County law enforcement, fire department, emergency crews and highway department and all others who helped in the recovery and regrouping of the black calves from the Interstate last Friday. We appreciate each and every one of you and all that you did. Gene Reinecke Ox Yoke Ranch ! 7 ]Pc Leather Bella Group (100%Leather) (sofa, loveseat, 3 tables, 2 lamps) 7 Pc BenchcraL Group (100% Leather) (sofa, loveseat, 3 tables, 2 lamps) 7 Pc Comfort Group (sofa, loveseat, 3 tables, 2 lamps) Regular $4204.95 Regular $3714.95 Regular $2354.95 President of Fellowship of Christian Firefighters to speak at Oshoto Community Bible Church ....................... Oshoto Bible Church will host a Missions C- ference on October 19-20. Gaius (Gay) Reynolds, President of FCFI will be speaking on Saturdiy evening at the International Banquet, beginnilag at 6:30 p.m. He will also speak twice on Sunday'at the 9:30 a.m. hour to the men and then in the morning worship service at 10:30 a.m. His wife She, an author, will speak to the ladies at the 9:30 hour on Sunday morning. Gay has been at Ground Zero twice since 9-11 ls Gaius (Gay) he visited firemen on the scene and in local fire stations in New York City. Since last September Reynolds FCFI has seen numerous new chapters spring up throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, South America, the Philippines as well as other countries• The Reynolds have a unique perspective on the aftermath of the tragic events in New York City and the impact on firefighters and rescue workers as they traveled extensively throughout America ad Canada in the last twelve months. The community is cordially invited to attend the International BaIn- quet on Saturday, October 19, at 6:30 p.m. and the Sunday morning services at 9:30 and 10:30 a.m. Bring your own favorite foreign dish for Saturday evening. For more information, call Pastor Jim Greenacl}e, at 467-5237. Local vets invited to observe Veterans' Day with elementary students The fifth graders at Sundance Elementary are preparing a Veterans' Day program to be held on Monday, November 11 at 2:00 p.m. in the elementary gymnasium. Veterans of all ages are invited to attend and sit in the front row as honored guests. Those requiring further information or having ques- tions are invited to phone Barb Colgrove, Sundance Elementary mu- sic teacher. --New Arrival-- Ciaran Lee Halvorson Wham Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Wham of Tucson, Arizona, announce the birth of a baby boy born September 21, 2002, in Tucson, Arizona. The baby boy has been named Ciaran Lee Halvorson Whaml [ He weighed eight pounds, five ounces. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Larry Halvorson, Ra; i" leigh, North Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Wham, Casper, Wyo; ': ming, are paternal grandparents. , Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jess Kanode, Sundance, " Wyoming. q 1 :I :l :I Clearance Clearance Clearance $2855 $2453 $1554 Harry C. Stearns, III, M.D. Orthopedic Outreach Clinic Spine Surgery Sports Medicine Total Joint Replacement Hand Surgery Pediatric Orthopedics Foot & Ankle Surgery Reconstructive-Microsurgery Anthroscopy Fractures & Trauma 9 Black Hills Orthopedic & Spine Center, P.C. Rlpointments can be made by calling 1-888-293-1728 O'Neill Plaza, 709 12th St. Off l-90 at Exit 12 Spearfish * 642.3822 Family Owned & Operated ~ Serving the Black Hills Area 47 Years Danny O'Neill's Floor covering at Same Location STORE HOURS: MONDAY-SATuRDAY 8:30 TO 5:30 m