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Carol Jones of LaBarge speaks to of the American Association of State and Transportation Officials at the 75th annual convention in Atlanta earlier this month. Jones was the winner of a nationwide essay contest sponsored by the Spier is the author/ Dtrator of many award- children's books, in- ing NOAH'S ARK, AND RAIN. The is celebrating Peter r Day on Monday, Nov. 13, day of Children's Book Doubleday has contri- posters illustrating book DREAMS, to be to each child who attends House on Peter Spier rfrom 12:00 - 5:00. For more on Children's Book please see the library officer schools Amundson, assistant officer from Black University will be in Nov. 21 to visit with st~Udents and schedule: Hulett - 10:40 - 1:30 p.m. and - 2:45 p.m. organization. Local community Christmas basket program opens Christmas will be here before we know it and the Sundance Community Christmas Basket program is in need of your help, according to Tami Baron. The goal for this year's pro- gram is $2,000. Letters were sent out to most clubs, organi- zations, businesses and churches, she said. Everyone in the community is invited to help out with this fund. Baron said, "If you can't help out monetarily, please donate your time to help. I am in need of volunteers to help me sort and pack baskets. I am also in need of gift wrap for the baskets." The Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts will be leaving sacks on your door on November 11, 1989. Please fill them with non- perishable items that you wish to donate and put back on your door the morning of November 18, 1989 for pick-up. Deails for applications and other help will be given out at a later date. Contact Tami Baron at 283- 2163 or P.O. Box 430 if you have any questions or comments or wish to help. Direct deposits can be made at the Sundance State Bank to account # 57-983. Kappa goes Trick or Treating for needy The Sundance Kappa chapter met October 23, 1989 for their annual Trick-or-Treat outing. The members all dressed in costume and divided up into three groups. They then left the [WHD Photo] courthouse 'and went to work gathering food for the needy of Sundance. Each year the Kappa chapter .trick or treats, going to houses asking for donation of non- perishable food. After going on their rounds through town they then met back at their meet- ing place and pooled together all of the donations. This year after trick or treat- ing the Kappa gals estimated the total dollar amount of the donated items. The total came to approximately $100.00. THANK YOU SUNDANCE! All of the donations are being given to Tammy Baron who is in charge of the Christmas baskets for the needy. After working so hard at gathering the donations, the Kappa members met back at the Courthouse and had a Halloween feast of carameled apples, cider, cake and other goodies. Frederick the Great al- ways insisted his coffee be made with champagne in- stead of water. We need the optimists to show the pessimists how unhappy they are. Memory is what enables you to dial part of a telephone number correctly. Lg.ood health doesn't a. lnlng on boring up the family's cuisine, for example, can the list of nutritious family favorites. Pasta tomato sauces, low fat cheese are high on the list recipes. favorites can even be updated needed nutritional elements change, or to meet needs as we age. this recipe for make- for example. Sug- home economists from Corporation, it is an and flavorful casserole Perfect as a wintertime main recipe, prepared 24 hours in calls for low-fat ricotta, mozzarella cheeses--all of calcium, which is for growing women in the 45- category, who want to osteoporosis. in make-ahead las- the dish with complex many es- nutrients and fiber. added bonus, the recipe is prepare, is assembled in of the meal, and goes from oven to the table in baking dish. g time: 38-40 time, 5 hours in advance) sauce IA cup grated parmesan cheese 8 oz. grated mozzarella cheese 1 egg 8 lasagna noodles IA tsp. nutmeg Combine spaghetti sauce and water in small bowl. Mix ricott~, cottage and mozzarella cheese with egg and nutmeg in medium .bowl. In a 9x13 baking dish, spoon about 1/2 cup sauce mixture. Place half of lasagna noodles on the sauce, top alternately with half of cheese mixture and half of sauce mixture. ~epeat layers with remaining noo~ es, cheese and sauce. Cover an refrigerate for 24 hours. One hour before serving time, microwave at HIGH, covered, for 8 minutes. Microwave at MEDIUM HIGH, covered for 30-32 minutes, or until noodles are tender. Top with parmesan cheese and let stand 5 minutes before serving. Serves 8. Nutrient Information (per serving) Calories 442 Protein 25g Fat 12g Cholesterol 113rag Carbohydrates53g Sodium 891mg For additional information, write for a free copy of the three-part Nutrition [or Fitness and Health brochure series, to Whirlpool Cor- poration, Appliance Information Service, Box 5551, Kalamazoo, MI 49003-5551. WANTED: All veterans of all wars from Crook County. NOVEMBER 9, 1989 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 7 Young SHS cagers opennew season Coach Dwight Jundt's young Sundance High School basket- ball team opens the season here Saturday against Big Horn. Jundt said that his starting line- up may include four sopho- mores and one junior. Saturday's action will have a freshmen game at 11:30 a.m., a JV game at 1 p.m. and the varsity game at 3 p.m. The Sundance coach said he CROOK COUNTY NURSING HOME We would like to start off by saying Thank You to Dody and Colt Sell for bringing up two Jack-O-Lanterns for the resi- dents. We really liked them and we used them outside on Hallo- ween. Thanks. Ethel Taylor's granddaugh- ter, Verlene Reynolds came to visit Ethel. She was glad to see her and was glad she could stop by for a visit. Thank you to the Senior Citizens Band, you're great!!! The residents helped count out Trick or Treat bags so that C.C.M.H. and N.H. could furnish all the kids with Trick or Treat bags. Tuesday on Halloween Ilene Sipe was a guest of Kati and Leslie Sipe at the grade school. We shared a lot of laughs to- gether and we came back up to the Nursing Home to carve a pumpkin that Kati and Leslie Sipe donated. We had all kinds of help, Carie and Jason Hardin, Kati and Les Sipe all pitched in to help. We had a lot of Trick or Treaters come to see us. The residents passed out over 23 bags of candy. It was good to see all the ghosts and goblins in their costumes. Thanks to Pat Duca for donat- ing some candy for Halloween. We had some volunteers come in and help us the Trick or Treaters, Tina Tyler, Sherry Cantleberry, and some that I didn't catch their names. Thanks, we couldn't have done it without you. Gladys Fort spent the morn- ing sewing. She was making bean bags for a new activity we're starting. Thanks, Gladys. Peggy and Ted Butterfield were busy having a little cheeto party in the dining room with Lois Murschel and Berti Ripley. It looked like they were having a good visit. Wednesday was pretty excit- ing around here and Mr. and Mrs. Don Denzin came in with their lamas, Pistol and Magnum. We really had a good anticipated that Clearmont, which was third in the state last year, will again be tough having lost only one player from last year. Chad Leger, one of two SHS seniors counted upon, tore up a knee in football and faces sur- gery. He will be out for the season. Garrett Smith, a 6-4 senior is hospitalized at the moment and may not play Saturday. He will be counted upon heavily for rebounding and scoring this year. If Smith is unable to play Saturday, Jundt will start junior Pete Hlavka and sophomores Lance Drake, Justin Peterson, Cory Harper and Eric Norelius. Jundt said the season will be very rough but he said he is excited about his young players. by Opal Oudin November 5, 1989 Jordan Stottern, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stottern, of Sun- dance was a weekend guest of Jeremy Garman. He came Sat- urday night and returned home Sunday evening. LEe Nagel and son, Wade, both of Wapheton, N.D., visit- ed Deb Franzen, Jordan and Josh and Harold Adema. They arrived Thursday and left Fri- day. Mr. and Mrs. Herman White attended the annual pancake supper held at the Civic Center in Hulett Tuesday evening which was sponsored by the Lions Club. Whites reported some little goblins called at their home Tuesday Halloween evening for trick or treats. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wood and son, Clay, arrived at Mary Garman's Saturday evening where they were overnight guests and Sunday visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Rathbun enjoyed a trip to Spearfish Sunday afternoon where they went bowling. Elaina and Ches- ney, their children, spent the afternoon and evening with Mrs. Roger Rathbun, one of their grandmothers. Cora Smith and Jean Reed, beth of Sundance, and Opal Oudin made a business trip to Spearfish and Sturgis Saturday where they also shopped before returning home in the late after- noon. Jane Gyhra who lives at the Bob Stellar ranch and who works at Devils Tower, was a Saturday afternoon visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and Dan. Other Saturday after- noon visitors of White's includ- ed Mr. and Mrs. Archie CaUan- der, Troy and Kandra, and Mrs. Callander's brother, Troy Stewart, all of Newcastle. Juiie Sullivan and two child- ren all of Gillette spent part of the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Garman and family. They were Saturday~ overnight and Sunday dinner guests. Opal Oudin, Nancy Cassidy and Annabelle Ellsbury met Thursday at 1 P.M. at Linda Foster's home in east Sundance where they "laid out" and sewed part of the "brand" quilt blocks for the Crook County Cattle Women' s quilt together. Betts Seeley joined the group later in the afternoon and she and Annabelle, both on the Beef Promotion and Beef Education committee for the Cattle- Women, held a planning session and also visited at the elementary school after school was dismissed. Warren Wood of near Hulett, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Wood and Clay and Mary Garman were Sunday luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Garman. Tina and Clay spent part of the after- noon visiting Mrs. Ross Garman. time and their lamas are beauti- ful. Thanks again! We would like to welcome Jim Brownell in to the nursing home from our swing bed pro- gram. Jim has been here before so he fits right in to the mold. Good luck, Jim. Also the FHA class from the high school made some cute ghost tray favors for the resi- dents. They are so cute, we really liked them. Thanks for all that you have done for us!!! Also on Monday the 30th of October it was Esther Byrnes birthday. Merlene Elwonger made a cake and shared it with all the residents. That was nice. Thanks, Merlene. Friday we had a new pastor for services, Dean Scott from Hulett. The residents really enjoyed your service. Thank you. Friday Ethel Taylor and Albert Moll made a trip down to N.E.W.M.C. here in town to see Dr. Peters. Thanks to all the many visit- ors and volunteers that we have come to the nursing home. We appreciate it! We are pleased to welcome Pare Henke on board, she is wonderful with the residents and she will serve as an Activity Assistant and we know that she will be great!l! Thanks, Judi and Ethel. Llllllllllllllllllllllllllll~ Nursing Home Expenses Ii Don't Have ToBeA Burden! Nursing home coverage is now invited to You are " " attend the Memorial available at bedlcation at Courthouse Square In Sun- Insurance Agency 1:30 P.M. Ceremony November 11,.1989 at ' [ Ph 283-1182 Security He said this year's team has excellent height and a good atti- tude. The SHS coach said, "We'll concentrate on defense People believe if you are a girl, don't whistle, or you will grow a beard, this year. We!re pretty fast for such big boys." The Arctic tern spends three months of each year in the arctic regions, three months in the Antarctic and almost six months in the air. ATTENTION RANOHERS ~ni~ r ~gh~b;gL !:e~:~ f ~ :Y a $is :o~r~:t a:b~ accepted only at these 3 out-of-state yards. 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