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Page 16- Thursday, November 11, 1999 WHERE THE KID man in jail The Reader of the Crook County Jennie Prather Jennie Prather, 68, San Jose, CA, formerly of Sundance died Frlday, Nov., 5, 1999, San Jose, CA. Survivors include six daughters Roberts Doyle and Pauline Dlckerson, Casper, WY, Lorine Slebrlecht, GreybuU, WY, Patty Andrews, Phoenlz, AZ, and Bon- nie Johnson, Lone Oak, TX; four sons, Roberts Williams, Richard Williams, Lennis Williams, all of Fairfield, CA. and Tommy Prather, San Jose, CA. Services pending with, Fldier- Roberts Funeral Chapel, Sun- dance, WY. Complete obituary not available at press time. WATCH FOR LOADING & No part of this publication may be reproduced without written permission of the publisher. We are not responsible for unsolicited material. CopyrigM @ 1999 by THE SUNDAMCE TIU=S, INC. All rights rnerved. By: Evonna Schelling Dempsey L. Tacy, 53, of Moorcroft, is being held in the Crook County Detention Center after a November 3 drunken driving incident. Shortly after noC n on No- vember 3, Wyoming Highway Patrol was called to investi- gate a vehicular accident that occurred east of Moor- croft. Tacy, who had left the scene of the accident, was contacted at his home in Moorcroft. While investigating the ac- cident, the patrolman ob- served suspected marijuana and drug paraphernalia items in the home. Tacy was placed under ar- rest for driving while under the influence. He was also cited for driving under sus- pension, duty upon collid- ing, and for not having llabil- O ity insurance. The Crook County Sheriff's Office was notified of the observations made by WHP personnel, and a search war- rant was subsequently ob- tained based on that infor- mation. At approximately 5:30 p.m. on November 4, a search warrant was served at the Tacy residence. CCSO deputies and Mitro, the K-9 drug dog, recovered suspected marijuana, seeds, and numerous items of drug paraphernalia at the resi- dence. Deputies also learned that Tacy had allegedly assaulted another member of the household. Tacy is currently serving seven days in the Crook County jail for the DWUI charge. Further charges are pending as the case is still under investigation. The hostess of the Nov. 3 B & T bridge game was Mary Ruland. Marjorie Goodson was a guest The results were: Mildred Durfee, high; Jeanne Wyatt, second; Mary Ruland, low. The Nov 17 game will be hosted by Betts Seeley. If you haven't visited the Crook County Library for a while, you may be surprised to see a new face or two working among the books. Tanya Brekke handles all the technical services for the library. Her job descrip- tion includes, helping cus- tomers with internet ques- tions, processing new books for check out, processing overdue books and what- ever else needs doing. =I really enjoy working at the library, I was on the library club and staff at the high school, and feel like the li- brary is my second home," said Tanya. Bonnie Stahla took over the children's section of the library on September 14, 1999. Some of her duties include reading to the daycare cen- ters, reading at story time, and organizing reading pro- grams for the library. =I enjoy going to the el- ementary school once a week and reading with Kin- dergarte.n through second grade students," said Stahla. She also processes all the children's books. !i ~/' .... Marlah Torres Martah Everyone's welcome and sign the month. We're still activities 3:00 for our Fall gram. Come and Join usl O Oe' O president, having] recovered from typhoid lovor. ~laB.l~ JOI.E VtilINIIBM 7~o,~oo II Ircuo ~&S=.t00, II W=J.&TI~7.@0Ot~Y |TART| FRIDAY FINAL WlIK| 7:]$ & 9:l$ ' SYAItT| PRIDAY Chtldrens Saturday Matinee Series '7"he King and I'G SAT., Nov. 13 AT 12:00 & 2"00.~ th" ff & MAT ,mE Aduh $4.25 , C.~ild$2,75 BOx OF~E OPENS M-F 6:30 SAT, 3:30 SUN. 3:30 1-90 & HIGHWAY 85, SPEARFISH 605-642-4212 '97 GMC 4x4 V8 AUTO '22,990 '97 FORD 4x4 F-250 AUTO ' '19,990 '98 GMC 4x4 V-8 S Speed '21,990 '99 DODGE 4x4 Ouad Cab Diesel AUTO '30,990 '96 FORD Escort LX Sunbird Auto 5 Speed '8,990 '94 PONTIAC '5,990 '92 FORD Explorer XLT Loaded PONTIAC '12,990 'gl TOYOTA 4X4:1 ' Four Runner, SR5 ~.~5 Speed 4x4 URY 990 4 CyL MAZDA ............... '20, AWD '8,990 Auto V-8 )LET A.. .W-VCR '12,990 V-8 '91 OLDSMOBILE Ciera AU,Ov. '4,990 '90 DODGE Dynasty AUtOv.6 '3,990 '93 FORD 4x4 c=, '8,990 XLT Loaded 'g0 DODGE Caravan '3,990 '91 PLYMOUTH '87 FORD Grand Voyager Tem~oo GL '5,990 '2,990 V-6 4 Cyl. .@ O Sale Ends Nov, 25, 1999 Monday through Friday 9:00 am-6:0Opm Saturday 10:00 am-4:00 pm Sunday By Appointment Only '94 FORD '92 CHEVY er 1,990 ...... '95 Grand AM Auto V-6 '93 OLDS Touring Sedan, Leather "Take a look at this one" .: :::=!::!:/: P '96 DODGE Grand Caravan '14,990 "g8 FORI W~ls~' Auto s- V-6 '91 GEO 4x4 Tracker Auto '4,990 4 CyL '93 OX s Speed 4 Cyl: '97 FORD As~ro 5 Speed 4 Cyl. Cabriolet s S~ 4 C~. '86 O mI All Cars No Trade I At Actual