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.r LOG O6~1 In The Heat Of The Night O 'Small Sacrifices (Pt 2 Of 2)' ABC Miniseries [Cont. from page 4] (D (D Wolf O - (~) On-Line I~1 ~B Inspector Gadget ' Showcase 0~ Miami Vice The Boss? I~ ~ 700 Club With Pat Robertson pm ~) MOVIE: The Park Is ~) News ~) Animal Wonder Down Under I pm 6 Mickey Mouse Club = 8:20 pm ~) MOVIE: Death Wish i= M'A*S'H II }m Night Court E~ 8:30 pm 6 Mouseterpiece }~ Wheel Of Fortune (~l Theatre b Crook & Chase Q News P Don't Just Sit There ~) Lost In The Fifties With Express Ronnie Milsap pm 6 MOVIE: Princess Q~ Looney Tunes (Stereo) ~) Traveler's Showcase Gidget 9:00 pm O Raffi In Concert With Matlock I~] The Rise And Shine Band Boxing Top O MOVIE: Deal Of The From West Orange. NJ Century O MOVIE: Jack's Back E~ Boss? E~ (D O Midnight Caller E~ Rescue: 911 E~ O Lighter Side Of Sports Host American Experience I~ J~m Valvano mterwews two Nashville Now celebrity sports guests each MOVIE: The Violation Of week McDavid Q Newhart Think Fast ~) ~ Island Son I~ Jam ~} Alive From Off Center (]~ Spenser: For Hire [~) 2000 (]B Bewitched Nightmare On Elm ~) Murder, She Wrote 3: Dream Warriors (D Barman Pm (]B The Wonder Years l~ It's A Living ~) American Album Make The Grade ~) Quincy Ne-Man 9:30 pm I~ SportsCenter Pm (~ Not-So-Great IQI Hill Street Blues In ¢;porls Take ill O (~ Joy Of Painting Police Chief Joel Morgan is pictured here with first and second grade students, who enjoyed being a new police car. explained the duties of a police officer through the Friendly" program. This Week at Your Library painting special print of Conrad g's "Autumn ' a view of the Teton is now hanging in library. The Centennial has been signed by five Governors: Milward Cliff Hansen, Stan Ed Herschler and Sullivan. It was donated Friends of the Library as project, to which people made individual Many thanks go Friends and all the con- Book Week Department is Children's Book Week a week-long celebration Open house. A favorite author will be honor- each day, beginning November 13. Join in enjoy the re- take out these good IDS Variable Term Certificates Compound Interest Effective Rate Yield 8.19 8.50 ~onths 8.23 8.55 ~onths 8.19 8.50 r~°nths 8.14 8.45 naonths 8.14 8.45 shown in effect on 11-8-89 $1oo,ooo. eate rates will vary the term and principal and the date of Rates are compounded Rates for tuture dates Vary without notice. figures should not be prediction of future and do not reflect ~iicnalties for early h would reduce shown. ~lete information able Term Icate, including a call: 605-642-8155 Financial Services Inc. Brian D. MacNeiil 135 E. Illinois Spearfish, S.D. 57783 read it carefully before or send money. books, and take home a special poster, card, or bookmark. Monday, Nov. 13 Peter Spier Tuesday, Nov. 14 Paul Goble Wednesday, Nov. 15 Jan Brett Thursday, Nov. 16 Beverly Cleary Friday, Nov. 17 Jan and Stem Berenstain Peter Spier day. Doubleday and Company has been especially enthusiastic in help- ing us to honor Peter Spier-- they have sent enough large, beautiful posters for each child to have his own illustration from one of Mr. Spier's books. Since his arrival in 1952, Peter Spier has become one of this country's most popular and renowned illustrators, His books, acclaimed by critics and readers alike, have won numer- ous awards and honors, in- cluding the Caldecott Medal and Notable Book Award. Mr. Spier was born and edu- cated in Amsterdam. Before coming to the United States he served in the Royal Dutch Navy. He has illustrated over one hundred books, and his work can be found in museums and James Garfield was the first U.S. president to use a telephone. Take a break--- Read the Classifieds. You'll be surprised at what you'll find ! 19~;N IJ)~ F*ila,lu l;li (",l [,~lrM roll (D Crook & Chase Mr. Ed (~r Barman (]~ Arsenio Hall 10:00 pm Eli Rock & Roll: The Early Days I~ O (]B (]D (]D News ~} Inside The PGA Tour (]D Artists In Residence (D Nashville Now (D This Evening ~B Green Acres ~) MOVIE: Tiger Warsaw (Stereo) (D MOVIE: The Redhead From Wyoming ~) Terra X (~ Night Court E~ 10:20 pm ~) MOVIE: Caboblanco 10:30 pm (~ Ladies Pro Bowling Tour Sam s Town Inv=tmonal (T) I~ Tonight Show (~l MOVIE: The Blue Knight 0~) Bodywatch E~ (~ E.R. (]B Car 54 Where Are You? I~) New Twilight Zone (~ Newhart E~ 10:35 pm I~ Tonight Show ~B Nightline I~ (]~ Cheers I~l Inside Edition 11:00 pm I~1 Conversation With Betty White MOVIE: Funny Farm (Stereo) E~ O America Undercover: Crack U.S.A. [~1 (~ Self-Improvement Guide (]B Saturday Night Live ~) Joe Franklin (]D World Monitor Arsenio Hall 11:05 pm IW Entertainment Tonight (B (]~ Pat Sajak Show 11:30 pm ~ Late Night With David Letterman ~1 On Stage (D SCTV ~) Great Escape 11:35 pm 1~ Late Night With David Letterman ~1 Arsenio Hall WEDNESDAY November 15 12:00 pm ~]1 MOVIE: Big Shots 12:30 pm I~ Black Collage Sports Today MOVIE: Count Of Monte Cristo 1:00 pm ~ Mickey Thompson's Off Road Championship Grand Prix From Las Vegas, NV (R) 1:30 pm ~]1 MOVIE: Hot Shot (Stereo) 2:00 pm (~ MOVIE: Hoboken Chicken Emergency ~]1 MOVIE: Take The High Ground 1~ Legends Of World Class Wrestling (Z~ MOVIE: A Few Days In Weasel Creek 3:00 pm I~ Renegades/TNT Monster Truck Challenge From Buffalo. NY (T) 3:15 pm ~]1 MOVIE: Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo 3:30 pm ~ Snow White: Singin', Dancin', Heigh Ho Inside The P~A I our 4:00 pm ID MOVIE: Where Angels Go, Trouble Follows 1~ Best Of Muscle Magazine 4:30 pm (~ SportsLook 5:00 pm ~1 MOVIE: The Dog Who Stopped The War I~ SportsCenter 5:30 pm ~ College Basketball Richmond vs North Carohna (L) 6:00 pm ~ Kids, Incorporated (B Cinemax Sessions: Roy Orbison And Friends I~ Cosby Show E~ Current Affair I~l MOVIE: The Man Who Knew Too Much lab Wheel Of Fortune E~ (]~ News (~ Daws Butler: Voice Magician Nanci Griffith: One Fair Summer Evening (~ Spenser: For Hire I~ You Can't Do That On TV Dance Party USA MOVIE: Buccaneer's Girl ~) Adam-12 ~) Wildlife Chronicles Who's The Boss? E;) 6:05 pm ~) Clash Of The Champions IX From Troy. New York (L) 6:30 pm ~ Mickey Mouse Club MOVIE: The Living Daylights (Stereo) [~ (~ (~ M*A'S*H (~ I~ Night Court E~ (~ Wheel Of Fortune I~ (~ Don't Just Sit There O~) Cartoon Express NOVEMBER 9, 1989 t]~) Dragnet ~) Just For The Record 7:00 pm ~ MOVIE: The Chipmunk Adventure ~1 MOVIE: Flipper I~ ~ Unsolved Mysteries E;I I~B Growing Pains E~ ~) Peaceable Kingdom ~) Moyers: The Public Mind E~ (1~ Nashville Now (~ MOVIE: Poker Alice (]B Think Fast ~) Jem I~) T.J, Hooker ~) Wings MOVIE: Predator 7:30 pm (~ College Basketball Ohio State vs DePaul (L) (gO Head Of The Class I~ Make The Grade ~) He-Man 8:00 pm (~ O Night Court E~ lOB Doogie Howser, M.D. E~) O~) (]~ Jake And The Fatman E~ QD Reliving The Lindbergh Case ~B Inspector Gadget Miami Vice (Stereo) ~) 700 Club With Pat Robertson (]~ News I~) Survival 8:30 pm ~ Dorothy In The Land Of Oz ~]1 Jack Lemmon: A Life In The Movies I~ ~ To Be Announced O News 0O Anything But Love ~1 On Stage (D Looney Tunes ~) Predators And Prey 8:35 pm ~ MOVIE: Draw! 9:00 pm IB Super Sense: Seeing Sense I~l MOVIE: The Yearling ~) MOVIE: The Accused (Stereo) E~ IB (~ Quantum Leap E~ (~1 Newhart (~l China Beach O (~ (]~ Wiseguy I~ ~) Adam Smith's Money World (]~ VideoCountry (~ Spenser: For Hire E~ (]B Bewitched Murder, She Wrote (]~ Barman ~) It's A Living (~) War Stories I~ Quincy 9:30 pm ~ Danger Bay E~ (~ SportsCenter ~1 Hill Street Blues Masterpiece Theatre I~ I~ Crook & Chase Mr. Ed (~) Barman I~l Arsenio Hall 10:00 pm (B MOVIE: Stagecoach (O (~ lOB ~) (]B News ~1 College Basketball Loyola Marymount vs UNLV (L) (D Nashville Now (]~ This Evening IO~ Green Acres ~) MOVIE: Jake Spanner, Private Eye (Stereo) (~) MOVIE: Buccaneer's Girl ~) Beyond 2000 Night Court E~ 10:30 pm 1~ Tonight Show ~1 MOVIE: The Secret Of My THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 5 Success (~ E.R. (]~ Car 54 Where Are You? New Twilight Zone (~ Newhart E~ 10:35 pm I~ Tooight Show ~) MOVIE: Boom Town IBB Nightline [~ ~}Cheers [~1 Inside Edition 11:00 pm ~) 1st & Ten: Clean And Sober [;I Personal Finance & Money Management (~ Self-Improvement Guide I~ Saturday Night Live (~ Joe Franklin (~)World Monitor Arsenio Hall 11:05 pm 10B Entertainment Tonight (]~ ~} Pat Salak Show 11:10 pm ~ MOVIE: Ramp Williams: The Adventure Begins (Stereo) I~ 11:30 pm ~) MOVIE: Madame Sousatzka (Stereo) I~ Late Night With David Letterman (]9 On Stage gB SCTV ~) Great Escape 11:35 pm ~ Late Hight With Oavid Letterman g) Arsenio Hall SELL IT FAST In Classifieds 283-3411 ~,o9~oqn~1~N~ooooo~m~o~ooo~ooooo`~u~,o`~Do~~o'~n~o~q~m,e`~,o'q~oqnam~o'~1m~-~`'`1num~eoo~o~oq private collections across the country. The parents of two~ children, Mr. Spier and his wife, Kaye, live in Shoreham, New York. In addition to illus- trating and writing, Peter Spier likes to build ship models. Paul Goble Day. Paul Goble was born in Haslemere, Eng- land. When he was very young, his mother read him the stories of Grey Owl and Ernest Thomp- son Seton. Thus began his life- long fascination with the art and culture of the Plains Indians. Today Mr. Goble is acclaimed for bringing children their first introduction to the legends and stories of the Sioux, Cheyenne, and other Plains Indian tribes, in such books as Buffalo Woman, Star Boy, and Her Seven Brothers. Paul Goble and his wife Janet, and their young son Robert, live in Deadwood. He is an adopted member of the Yakima and the Oglala Sioux Tribes. A Christmas card or note card illustrated by Paul Goble will be given to each child who helps us to celebrate Paul Goble day. Jan Brett Day. Jan Brett is the award-winning illustrator of more than twenty books for children, including Annie and the Wild Animals, and The Twelve Days of Christmas. The First Dog is the fourth book she has both authored and illustrat- ed. Inspiration for The First Dog came from Jan Brett's interest in the history of the Siberian husky, visits to the American Museum of Natural History's stunning exhibits on Ice Age Europe, and from the George C. Page Museum of La Brea Discoveries, whose exhibits include the skull of a saber-tooth cat. Jan Brett attended Colby- Sawyer College and the Boston Museum School and has been illustrating children's books since 1979. She lives in a seacoast town in Massachusetts with her husband and daughter and their family dog, a wolfish Siberian husby named Perky Pungpkin, who served as a model for The First Dog. To be continued next week. .,e So what is a Farmer? The Washington State Department of Agriculture says he is an executive manager in an international context with a rural base, a master producer facing a surplus, a master con- sumer facing an uncertain income, a scientist, a purchas- ing agent, personnel director. heavy laborer and animal am crop dietician--with a produc~ that can be destroyed or ma& bountiful at a whim of nature. * 6olden Ago ¢ Report ¢ ~ ¢ by Cora Smith November 6, 1989 J.D. and Tara Queen, great grandchildren of Bertha Queen, spent last weekend with her. While here the three also called on Bill and Elva Crago near MoorcroR. George Watts and daughter, Linda Hyatt, made a trip to Rapid City last Monday where Linda boarded a plane for her home in San Antonio, Texas. She had visited relatives here since her mother's death and funeral, October 20. The Halloween dinner at the Sundance Senior Citizens Center, October 31, was attend- ed by 64 folks &ho enjoyed the sumptious meal and good fellowship. The following night, November 1, a chili and oyster stew supper was also well attended. We thank all those who helped prepare and serve at both meals. Verde Hewes recently spent a week at Viborg, South Dakota, where she visited relatives, a cousin, Evelyn Johnson at a large complex and also an aunt, Frances Larsen. Don and Alice Hopkins made a trip to Gillette Wednesday to visit relatives and to Sturgis on Thursday. Friday Don entered Fort Meade Hospital and will undergo surgery on a shoulder this Tuesday a.m. We wish him a speedy recuperation. Ilene Johnson and son of Sheridan were Saturday-Sunday house guests of Betty Crago. Ted Liss of Lompo, California, arrived Sunday at Betty Crago' s. Catherine Miller was a last Tuesday guest of Ruby Sager and the ladies were among those attending the Halloween dinner at the Senior Citizens Center. Ivan and Kathy Hall and Vivian Kipp were last Friday a.m. coffee guests of Genieve George. Lynn Barnes of Casper was a last Tuesday caller of Margaret Little. Margaret Little and Florence Dorothy enjoyed a drive to Spearfish last Friday. Ervie and Lydia Hogen attended and enjoyed the Novemberfest planned by the Sundance High School German Club which was held Saturday evening. A group of ladies gathered at the Senior Citizens Center Fri- day afternoon for the usual Friday fellowship coffee. Bertha • Queen was the "Birthday Girl" "I have two children and I'm on a limited income." Connie Sinon Casper Family YMCA "When I go to the doctor or the dentist there are times When the bill will come to $100 and I can't pay that. My son got a brand new bike for his birthday. And it has the brakes in the front and brakes in the back and when he got his bike he was told, 'Don't use the front brake because if you do you'll go head over heels.' And that's exactly the first thing he did. And he chipped a tooth. We made an emergency visit to the dentist and I didn't pay a dime ... all because I had the Blue Cross and Blue Shield Accident Rider." 1-800-851 -BCBS We insure more than your health ... we assure your peace of mind. that day with Happy Birthday cards, and best wishes for many more Happy Birthdays. Sunday guests of Bertha ~ueen were John and Phyllis Queen, Lenora Queen, J.D., Jessica and Tara. COMING EVENTS November 9 - Pinochle at 1:00 p.m. November l0 - Fellowship Coffee at 1:30 p.m. November 11 - War Memorial Dedication at 1:30 p.m. November 12 Carry-in Dinner at the Sundance Senior Citizens Center at 12:30 p.m. SENIOR CITIZENS MENU SUNDANCE Monday, Nov. 13 Liver & onions, parslied potato, green beans, chilled peaches cinnamon coffee cake. Tuesday, Nov. 14 Pork AuGratin, broccoli, Jello sa!ad/fruit, whole wheat roll, peanut butter fingers/glaze. Wednesday, Nov. 15 Meatloaf (beef), baked pota- toes, scalloped cabbage, hot roll, coconut/carrot/raisin salad, fruited chiffon. Thursday, Nov. 16 Oven fried chicken, whipped potatoes, gravy, bread, season- ed green beans, apricot/banana mold, caramel bread pudding. Friday, Nov. 17 Roast turkey, dressing~ gravy, mashed potatoes, corn, cranberry sauce, hot roll, pumpkin pie. Decker's joins computer program for local schools Decker's Food Center here will participate in the "Apple Computer Program" for the Sundance elementary school and the Sundance junior-senior high school. The public is asked to give their grocery receipts to either school, making it possible for the schools to receive a free Apple computer. Safeway receipts will also count. Receipts can be left with the secretaries in the two schools. Dnuo, u•m onn•n•luouomouneuolenou•iuonuou•lgonononol~ Wedding Anniversary Coon Et Annabelle EIIsbury Moose Lodge, Belle Fourche, S.D. Saturday, Nov. 25 Reception at 6:30 p.m. with hors d' oeuvres, beverage and cake DANCE AT 9 P M HOSTED BY THEIR CHILDREN: I • Sonja & Russell Tracy, Mary Ellen Hoeper, Carol & Allen ! Vines'Larry&DebbieEllsbury t i LET YOUR PRESENCE BE YOUR GIFT t WlUOUOmu•nolmonmoumonm•nomononmonomuemmononononouonm•uonl; CROOK COUNTY ATLAS WYOMING NOW AVAILABLE Shows rural ownership by township, roads waterways, building sites, cemeteries, points of interest and major topographical variations. Includes street maps of Hulett, Sundance and Mooreroft. * Index includes acres owned in each town- ship Local Distributors "l'he Lfl' Razlcher Dtwfee's, Sundance t httett I~tt ~ I:'mlaz ~er - 283-2885 The Stockman, Itulett Arrowhead Motel. 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