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Dan, red and "amay FIFTY CENTS PER COPY OCTOBER 26, IgG 'urn clocks back aturday_ mght i ~j~u.ican__ blame it all on Ben the United States. During World V :]~I nl It was he, the author of War II it became known as War r ~erous sayings advocating one Time and was continued through- ! oI savings or another, who out the year. It soon became ap- " _:~ suggested Daylight Savings parent that it also saved electric- 283-~/n 1784 as a way of getting ity. to use more of the" hours of Whatever the source or the rea- mmmSmmm~t instead of sleeping them son, Daylight Savings Time will ...... ~. , soon go the way of the dodo bird - _ ~ever, it wasn t until 1916 that - at least for another six months. | ~t Savings Time was put into Just don t forget to turn the clocks ~England instituted it at the back one hour Saturday night, _ ~ningofWorldWarlandother October28. 9~ soon followed, including 3 ;I NEWS BOX e~rulval set for Oct. 90 FI-IA/HERO Halloween carnival will be Monday, Oct. 30 from 6:00- in the old high school gym. There will be concessions, a cake rand costume Judging at 7:000 p.m. use planning commission to meet Crook County Land Use Planning and Zoning Commission will Wednesday, Nov. ] at 1:30 p.m. in the Crook County Library room. The is welcome to attend. **************************************************** plans bazaar ~ activity department at the Crook County Nursing Home will host Nov. I 0. They would like donations of crafts, baked r other items. All items will be greatly appreciated. **************************************************** party planned at library invited to participate in a Halloween party and pumpkin at the Crook County Library on Tuesday, Oct. 31 at4 p.m. All are welcome and wear costumes[ The pumpkins maybe off anytime on Oct. 30 or 31 and may be carved or painted. may participate and kids can get help from adults on their (,(, O@ ~t~t ~O~,@ e/See O@..i, (t8 =@e~ @ee@ 00 @@ O= game on Oct. 28 lgh School playoff football game with Lusk High School to begin at ]:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 28. Jaycees plan dance are sponsoring a dance in the old high school Oct. 27 from 9 p.m. to midnight. Music is by Fox Radio. is Sunday Day will be Sunday, Oct. 29 at 3 p.m. in Hulett at the ee 8(.~.eeets, e (,(,,fee~tooe,sJe~,es~Je~sseoo~seeeeeeessees@e~o~eeeseesees and art gallery foundation to meet Museum and Art Gallery Foundation will hold their meeting in the art gallery on Friday, Nov. 3 at ] 1 a.m. The is welcome to attend. citizens schedule events schedule of coming events for the Sundance Senior Cltfzens follows: Friday, Oct 27, bazaar and bake sale at the old high from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Tuesday, Oct. 31, dinner at 12 noon. (Cont. on Page 8) Coach Rick Rc!~'a Sundance High School girls cross-country team won the state 2A championship at the state meet held Saturday at Rtvertom The winncr~ are shown above with Coach Reid. Thirty-two girls competed in the 3.1 mile run and 8undance ha~ four of the top seven placers. Nicole Hutchinson placed third, Callle Hflty was fifth, Elizabeth Reid was sixth and Jessica Reid ww~ seventh. Julie Pollat also ran well for Sundance. 8undance had a team score of 21 followed by Wyoming Indian 42, Rocky Mountain 42 and Moorcroft/Hulett 49. In the boys' division, Sundance's Bean Heeney placed third out of 59 runners with the SHS boys team placing sixth in the nine-team division. The top 10 finishers in each division earn all-state honors. This is the second year Sundance has had a cross-country team as the sport continues to grow at the state level. If interest is high enough, cross-country may be offered at the Junior highlevel in 19~6. Shown above, left to right, are: front - Julie Pollat, Nicole Hutchinson and Elizabeth Reid; and back - Jeasica Reid, coach Rick Reid and Callie Hllty. Pictured at the right Is Seats Heeney. Duplicate Bridge The members of the Duplicate Bridge Club played a two and one half table Howell movement at their session October 17. MarJorte Goodson and Harold Bernd placed first. Maxine and Ott Wegner were in Oct. 16 second place and DonnaAllen and Oct. 17 Bob Beaudoin were third. Oct. 18 Oct. ]9 Oct. 20 Oct. 21 Oct. 22 Photos by Howard Alien [ ' [ WEATHER I I The readings: Highs Lows Prec. 75 46~ ' 0 58 34 0 62 46 T 47 30 .13 57 22 0 60 35 0 33 32 .69 (5" snow) Semlek named to board, land moratorium stays ~ Mark Semlek named Wrongful death lawsuit dismissed District Court Judge Dan Price has dismissed the wrongful death lawsuit brought against Crook County Memorial Hospital, Dr. Jeri Villano and Campbell County Me- morial Hospital. Judge Price dis- missed the lawsuit Oct. I I. The lawsuit was filed by Robin Busekros for the estate of Matthew Busekros. The lawsuit was ordered dis- missed with prejudice. It was "sUpulated by the plaintiff that upon further investigation of this matter, that it is highly unlikely that there was any negligence on the part of any of the defendants involved herein, and it is highly unlikely that the actions of any defendant caused or contributed in any way to the death of Matthew Busekros." to county commissioners Mark Semlek, Moorcroft, was named to fill the vacancy on the Board of County Commissioners at a meeting of the county com- missioners on Tuesday, October 24. Following the meeting on Octo- ber 19, the commissloners agreed that a sub-commlttee to the Land Use Planning and Zoning Com- mission should be named. Those named to the committee are Sha- ron Kanode, Pat Clark, Gisele Robinson, Dan Boone, Roxanne Peters and Jim Brown. That com- mittee is to meet soon to begin the task of helping with the county land use plan. The commissioners heard a number of questions and state- ments concerning the moratorium. Most of those present at the meeting recommended the lifting of the moratorium. However, the com- missioners decided to leave It in place until December 5. 1995 at which time they will again review it. Names of 15 are submitted for commissioner Fifteen names of qualified per- sons willing to commit their time and energy in the office of County Commissioner, were submitted to the Crook County Republican Central Committee from which three names were chosen to sub- mit to the Crook County Commis- sioners to fill the vacancy in the county commission. A majority of the Central Com- mittee members met on Saturday evening to make their selection. The names of Ray Wardell, Mark Semlek and Ivan Policky were cho- sen and will be presented to the Crook County Commissioners at a meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 24. At that time the Commissioners will make their choice of the per- son to serve as a county commis- sioner until the next election.