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Official NewspaI~r for Crook County, City of Sundance and U.S. Land Office FIFTY CENTS PER COPY IN THE BLACK HILI~ OF WYOMING NINETY SIXTH YEAR NO. 46 NOVEMBER 17, 1994 the Bear Lodge i~ ~i ~ ~ i !I~L i !i~71111111~i~iL i! L~;i~ii!~i Liiiii!iiiilLL~i~~ Donations sought for Christmas baskets Donations of food, money or gifts are again being asked for the Sundance Christmas basket program. Anyone who can help should contact Jean Jones at 283-1757 or by marl at P.O. Box 266. The committee cannot help those who are less fortunate without the help of the community. ***************************************************************************** Open house planned a library for author A"brown bag" open house at the Crook County library will honor Carol Caverly, author of ALL ~-IE OLD LIONS, on Monday, November 21 from noon to 2 p.m. Everyone is invited. ***************************************************************************** Bridge, pinochle scores need turning in Bridge and pinochle marathon scores will be printed in The Sundance Times next week. Anyone who has scores not turned in, please do so this week before Sunday. ***************************************************************************** Chamber of Commerce to meet The Sundance Chamber of Commerce will meet Monday, Nov. 21 at the Aro Restaurant. Dinner at 6 p.m. with the meeting to follow. All members and interested persons are invited to attend. *" CattleWomen will meet at higbee's ~ Crook County CattleWomen will meet on Tuesday, November 22 at noon at Higbee's Cafe. Everyone is welcome. ***************************************************************************** Elementary band, singers will present concert * ~ The Sundance sixth grade band and the fifth grade singers will present their fall patriotic concert Monday evening, November 21 at 7 p.m. in the Sundance High School auditorium. There is no admission charge and everyone is welcome. Hospital board sets meeting for Nov. 21 The Crook County Hospital Ek)ard will meet November 21 at 1 p.m. at the City Hall in Hulett, Wyoming. The publ/c is welcome to attend. lli.llllllllllll ~llllllllllll lllllllllllilll~ lllllll1811111111 ~ llllll illllll @ 81 i eli el ~ 0 i@ 18 lllllli8 it Candle making workshop on Saturday A candle making workshop will be held on Saturday, November 19 at 1:30 p.m. The cost is $6.00 plus supplies and the enrollment is limited. Call Linda Moberg, 2~3-2769 or 283-1007. "Let Your Light Shine" is the theme of the Crook County Christian Women's Club luncheon on Thursday, Nov. 17 from 12 noon to 2 p.m. in the courthouse basement in Sundance. For reservations call Mary Barbour. 467-5740; K/m Hearn, 283-2172; or Karen Freytes, 756- 9652. Everyone is invited. IlllliSillllliillillllllillllllililllll@tilillOi illi ii @i~liliillli ilii@lii illli ill ~illi@lii S~i@i Northern Wyomhig mental health meeting The Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center will hold its regular dergarten kids ,o,o.,,..,0.., monthly meetlng on Tuesday, Nov. 15 at Tower West Lodge in Gillette nkilled Tuesday at 5 p.m. Illlllllllllllllillllldllllllllllllll llllllllll Illi i iil O* i ~ llli ii il ~llill i~ el el i i el il illlllll i li~ ~llllll181 in car accident S--d~co community choir to hold rehearsal Former Sundance resident Scott The Sundance Community Choir will hold a rehearsal on Saturday, k Thanksgiving G~ineswaskflledTuesdaynlghtin November 26 at 10 a.m. at the Sundance United Methodist Church.an automobile accident in Idaho Everyone is invited. and his wife was injured. They ***************************************************************************** were enroute to Montana to visit 7~2neVL relatives. Funderal serv/ces areCrop disaster have Kindergarten Thanksof --~- ~_~.~s pending. about the first .~ Gaines, who would have been 31 r know that a group - , ~ a turke.y then ~urn :< First you get Saturday. wasagraduateofSun-relief available from England on the ~i~lli~l~ ~% ~lill ookltinthe dance Hlgh Schooland lived in ,s, anew settle- ~tl~.~ t~l ~.t ~erig:~;0uft~m~nt~tes" Then Salt,e City. Hiswife underwent They were called Pilgrims. surgery after the accident. they arrived the Indians ~ His parents are Jody Gaines, MinnieWflllams, CEDoftheCrook ductlon (or 40 percent losses for them and became their Andrea Pacola: Flrst you buy a Laram/e, and Bob Ga/nes, Sun- CotmtyASCSofficeannouncedthat those without crop insurance) wfll The children in the two it. Then you dig in it and get it's turkey at the store. Then you stuff dance, emergencydisasteraldwil]bemade be eligible for partial reimburse- together as Indi- heart out. Put it in a pan and cook available to farmers whose crops ment. It wlth stuffing. Cook it in the stove i ii iI i . - or l)llgrinis to celebrate the *ton the oven real~ hot for 45 n 30 degrees' Yu take ltutf' I! |1 were damaged due to adverse llillllip|' ll]~'~llPl"--Illl'--l'-- minutes. Then you get it off the the oven and eat it. WEATHER weather conditions in 1994. the time of preparation " Farmers suffering losses due to natural disasters may apply for the children have i Chris Sleeper: First you find a llighs Lows Pree emergency assistance at their 1o- A two and one half table Howell" telling how they celebrate the turkey outside. Then take his Nov. 7 51 37 0 cal ASCS office beginning on De- movement was enjoyed by those andfunto feathersandhalroffandskinh/m Nov. 8 35 26 .23 comber 1. The 1994 program is playing Duplicate Bridge on No- kindergarten children (Pure torturer rm not sure he was Nov. 9 44 28 0 similar to those in recent years, in vember 8. NormaBernd and Glenn the preparation and killed first). Then you cook him on Nov. 10 55 37 0 which farmerswith crop insurance Gregson placed first. of a turkey in our modern the pan on hot for 10 minutes. Nov. 11 61 37 0 who suffered crop losses greater Ethel Sharp and Floyd Carr were Time and temperature are Thenyou eat h/m---probably. Nov. 12 59 40 0 than 35 percent of normal pro- in second place and Mfldred Durfee hard to grasp at Nov. 13 34 31 ,12 and Harold Bemd were third. !age. Julie Morrlson: First you buy a following are the outcomes of turkey. Then you take it home. r perceptions. Then you go into the kitchen and bake It in the oven on I 0 degrees go to the for I0 days. Takeit in the dining and buy a turkey, Then you room, cut it and eatt out of the bag and put It in Now you turn the tem- Earl Boslanowitch: You shoot a to 25 degrees and cook it turkey or buy one at the story. minutes'. Then put him on Thenyou peelthe feathers off, Now supper, you cut it open and take out the guts, You can also take out some Mischke: You get a turkey food In It. Then you have to cook YOMIN it he woods, Put it in a cage and ~JlltOL CAVIRLY the meat in the bottom of the stove Then you cut the feathers Carol ~avlil~, authw of ALL for 3 or 4 seconds at 40 or 70 or 90 it in the oven on ~ OLD MEN|, wlllbe honored or 10 degrees. Next take it out and ig h Sc h O O I Take it out and at a '~Irown-bai~' open house eat it with a fork, knife and a i'i *you eat it. Monday, Novombll ill, nols to spoon lfyou want to eat the food ln g p.m. at the Ubiary. it. The food In the turkey is called A I I Watson: Flrst you buy a Caysil~, now a resident of the stuffing. from the store, Then you Cilolldo, livid on a mnlh Imlth Roger Rathbun: You shoot a in the oven on 80 below for of OUlette for llll yurs, She turkey in the field. Next you cut off Take Itoutofthe oven and workodtlnyeamt~iorileAmos the turkey feathers. We put it in it on the table and eat it. MimoHalLibraryln omotto, four the stove and cook It for 2 minutes years as assistant dillltor, llho and ltwfll be done, The stove needs you shoot is eurrlntly prasidont of the to be way hot llke 70 degrees, Then Then bring him home and Reeky Mountain Chapter of you eat it. Now It is time to shoot Next put him inside the Mystery Wrltsm of Amsriea, another turkey. turn it on to 5 degrees and ALL Tl[ill OLD LIONS, western Two Bundanoe High lllhool stmlsnts, Ki~Un *'ellwing that ,lame, they leave fll Now York 20 minutes. Put him on mystery set in northeastern ~ Andlmmn, loft, and Ben T~mll will leave this whonlthqwillmallhlntheMalmyIThlllagivllll 'plate, get a glass of mflk and Wyoming, will be available for ClayWood:Youbuytheturkeyat ~ with the Wymnlng All-State ~ Daylhlmdi. him. purehaslatal~Apri~hristmas thestore, Then you have toclean BamLThe I57 member band wlU splnd two days i~i#lln Is the daughtll of Dived and Cindy dilmomlt dulinll the oplm houas, the fat out by taking knife, hold practising in Lallmte before they plrform at Andlrson, and Bern is the s~ of Dave and Loritta Lenz: First you kill a tur- ~veryone is oordisl~ invitld up the.~llilill c.Ut i~o~ Y..0tl.take half-almost thoDimverBrlnllsillmeanllunds#, TmlalL ' Pull the feathers out and skin to stop by and vislt with C~Ivli~r. ~ (Cont. onPIqge g) ~ Novlmlmr gO. s t