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. Thursday, November ll, 1999 / "WHERE THE KID GOTH, IS NAME" , The Sundance Times Bonnie Stahla PTA would be a great parents to work closer teachers and become with what their are doing in the schools." Ilene Hooper "I think it would be wonderful, if the parents are supportive. We did wonderful things in Laramie where I was on the PTA as a parent. We were able to get a lot of things done." Bob Campbell =I would be interested ff we could make it interesting for the par- cnts. It would be a good way for us to get information out. I would like to commend this community on the amount of support they give to our youth." Jill Mackey "Ycsf I think a PTA is a valuable way for parents and teachers to communicate. There are a lot of parents who don~ know a way they can help. PTA would give them an avenue to do that." Yvonne Moberg "Yes. It would help the parents to have a better understanding of the school system. Perhaps the parents input could be valuable to the system." , Darla Mouat Ycs. It would be good for the par- cnts to help distinguish the needs of the children. It would give us more than just the teacher con- fcrences." 1999 Annual Make It Your- Wool Contest Is fast but you've still got enteH The District Con- Crook and Weston coun- )vember 14th at construc- style revue judging fol- a public show and ~program held at the Crook r roomin Sun- All participants will re- piece of wool fabric with to the top plac- ach age division. The con- to all ages. Winners a chance to compete State level possibly win- ) to the national compe- will be taken up until Y of the contest, for more or an entry form the Extension Office B3-1192. and Sylvia Jones of Illinois an- the birth of a baby October 24, 1999. 7 oz., 19-inch boy Patrick Collins year old Elizabeth. grandparents and CoUccn Smith, Robins Air Force C org grandparents are and Carol Jones of great-grandpar- axe Robert and Mac of Wagener, South and Lea and Phyllis formerly of Sun- great-grandparents Dinkins, Sun- and Catherine Laramie, Wyoming. Petera, Wyoming Council board was elected Chair- the University of College of 's National Ad- his leader- as director Design concepts Systems, the board. He also is :ive of y of Wyo- mission is to ever higher level in the Univer- College of which consists alumni and the private and , ector. the grandson of lo- Phyllis Petera. parents, Francis tnd Carol, lived in when Francis i[arne warden. They to Cheyenne retired as Direc- Wyoming Game t steps toward peace Dr. T. Wayne Phillips Pastor, Gateway Ministries In years passed, occasionally I would not get home before our children went to bed and to sleep. Upon arriving home, I would qui- etly make my way to the bedside of each, for a time of prayer. Some- times they would waken and other times they would not. As they slept, I observed that they were perfectly relaxed with a peaceful- nesa upon their little faces. All of us had that childlike peace atone time. But, as we grow older, our lives become more compli- cated. We think of making a living and we worry about our debts, or our Jobs, or taking care of ourselves in our old age. We bother about the world situation. We get crossed up with other people, we become upset thinking of our health, we want to im- prove our social posl- Uon. We do things that are wrong and we fail to do things that are right. and our consciences hurt. We develop little "civil wars" inside ourselves. We cannot relax, so we get tense and nervous. Because we do not have peace of mind and peace of soul, we get slck and life becomes an unhappy burden. So. I want to point out three steps that will help anyone to find mental peace. First: Get the polsons out of your m/nd! More often it is not a physi- cal poison that is hurting you. Is there something on your con- science? Have you done some wrong? Are you angry with any- body? The step to take, genuine repentance through faith. The Divine Surgeon can reach into your mind with His own scalpel and tenderly remove the thing that is poisoning your soul. God still forgives. Note carefully these words: "Oh what peace we often forfeit, Oh what needless pain we bear, all because we do not carry.., every- thing to God in prayer." Second: V//l your m/nd w/thgood things! One of the greatest songs ever written is, "Count your many blessings, name them one by one." Instead of concentrating on your problems, just sit down quietly and begin to name your bless- ings. It seems a simple thing to do, but the results you will obtain will amaze you. Think of something beautiful. Think, for example, of two dozen red roses. Picture them scattered out on a table. Then, in your imagina- tion, begin to pick them up one by one and ar- range them in a vase. It takes some practice, but God gave us our imaginations to use. And something beautiful in your mind helps to bring peace. The prophet Isaiah, gave us the formula for mental peace: 'Thou writ keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed In Thee," (Is. 26:3) Third: Accept your responsibili- ties and obllgat~ns! As we start doing the things we feel we should do, it makes us feel good inside. Sllas Marner was a bitter, un- happy miser, until'he lost his gold and found a little golden-haired girl. As he began to love and llve for her, he found happiness and peace. You will never find peace so long as you think merely of yourself and your own interests. "He that loseth his life for My sake shall find It." (Matt. 10:391 Sundance Senior Center Menus Fri., Nov. 12 Fish, mashed potato, coleslaw. carrots, bread, cake w/topplng. Mon., Nov. 15 Meatballs, mashed potatoes w/gravy, tomato, bread, apri- cot. Tues., Nov. 16 Baked ham, baked potato. green beans, bread, bars, applesauce. Wed., Nov. 17 Ham sandwich, cream broc- coli soup, cookies, pear. Thurs., Nov. 18 Beef stew w/vegetables, pea salad, biscuit, apple crisp. IWi., Nov. 19 Turkey/roast pork, mashed potato, cranberry sauce, sal- ads/corn, rolls, pumpkin bars. orrection The Sundance Times regrets errors in the November 4 edi- tion: On the Veteran's page we refelTed to the Lebanon Con- flict as the Incident in 1958 when we landed 14,000 Ma- rines on the beaches of Belrut. Correctly referred to as the Lebanon Conflict is the inci- dent in 1982 when the presi- dent-elect, Kataib leader Bashlr Gemayel, was assassi- nated and replaced by his brother. Amln. FlghUng con- tinued sporadically, and in October 1983 more than 300 U.S. and French troops were killed by a truck bomb in Beirut. The article tiffed "Old Stoney update" inadvertently referred to the Crook County Heritage Association as the Crook County Historical Society. 50th November 12, 1999 Richard & Rose Zella Mother and Father, As you celebrate your Golden Wedding Day, may all the memories reflect the love, care and dreams you've shared with us. With all our love, Debbie & Jerry, Rick, Randy & Christina, Kelly & Lola, Kyle v//Tat up Gift Certificates ss, SZo, $2s v The M lanium - "Available at: Wyoming Beyond nacle Bank, Moorcroft Wyoming Hefitase * Sundanoe State Bank, Sundance Fou 's Redeemable at Restaurants & Markets p'J pul "BEEF, It's What's for_ Dinner". 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