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+.. liECONDARY & ELI~qENTARY November 1994 NOVEMBER 17, 1994 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 7 MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY | Sth & 6th 2 IIOPH. PlAN Gr. Vocal Concer Test (Here) 7 p~ - Audltorlu 4 I Moorcroft Yam maics Tours. PHA Cluster f .rl.x-Ilenver 14 lat Pract~ HS lib - !lat Prnct-Wrent, BOARI) MF;L"TI HG 6 I'M - Ilulett 21 28 S 9 10 Jll Buys Hli SOAR 6-Moorcrofq Upton-Th-4:00,$: litudent Council liOAR 3 PH ll:OONt-II:27AM ELECTION DAY SOAR 4 N4 15 JH Boys BB- 16 Hevcestle-H- 4:00.5:00 22 JH Boys SB 23 liundance-Here 4:00;5:00 PM Q JR says ss 30 "l'vl n Spruce- Here - 4:00;S:0~ County Wide Spe 11 i ng Con t e, 9 AM nhl Cym ,~undm~e li' 12 0 Laramie Count Comunlty Calla Fores ,lc8 19 November 1994 SUNDANCE HIGH SCHOOL & ELD4ENTARY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY ~FRIDAY SATURDAY 1 JHfl-HB NEUCASTLE AWAY 4s()0-5:00 2 3 4 5 P+0cket Picture ALL STATE MUSIC Retaken H:30 AM ~At~|TIONS AT C l I.l,Kl"rE STUDENT COUNCIl AT IIHERIDAN 1.3rd Gr.-Qllle Planetarium IST PRACTICE: II~H-hH HSC-BR XSW BOARD MRI~rlNC 6 PN-Hu|ef~ C H 21 5oh & 6th Grades Music 7,PM Program 128 8 9 JHB-BB UPTON Ai/AY 4:00-$:00 SOAR 6-Hoorcroft Co.__~NTIoN ELEC~ON BAY 5~ Jllfl-flfl WX I (:lIT AWAY 4 : 10-.~ '-30 SOAR 3 PN F.I.It.MI(NTA X Y I+ I LURFN"S 22 JHB-RB H00RCROFI AWAY 4:00-5:00 ='1 12 " ' SCHOOL PLAY "OU~ HISS BROOKS" ItS AUDITORIIM 8:00 P.M. VETERANS'DAY 16 17 18 19 ASVAB TI.;STR FOR NF. I)IS'I'RICT IIS H iSIC CI.INI(; AT .l IIN I ~')RS SLIER I IIAN SolAR 4 l:H ;OAR 5-.quml,nc'u )IlK I,'A l II BOOK 24 ..... THANKSGIVI November 1994 SUNDAY " ~:, + MONDAY ".TUESDAY WEDNESDAY " "THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY ? 14 W )(ELrTING Hulect 6 1'14 ; Ist. pcact.~ce 11~8~ (;BEr fir. 21 PTA Mr|. 6 I~th for All Phm k:30 - Library 28 1 8:30 .~'VdUS 2 4:30 Jrl~B! U .Ous* (U) 8:15 (Grade I0) 7:00 I'T.A~ ~ 3 AN IOAI 4 ~W Keet the C~ndld~te8 , ,i 29 J-EBBS Wright (T) 4:30 9 ,i0 It 16 23 County Wide Spelling Conceit 9 AN Old Gym . IlO0 Jllll INet~utl. (H) 25 qG'VACATION ....... 19 26 :hinson now Persian Gulf aircraft carrier r Airman ApprenUce.Wade L. son of Drew auad Judy Aladdin, WY recently I to the Persian Gulf aboard aircraft carrier USS George in response to yet an- crisis in Iraq. : Is one of more than the carrier and Its air wing. He traveled from the Medl- Sea, through the Suez Red Sea, to the Persian the flexibility and 'of forward-deployed naval the 1,092-foot-long USS Washington deployed in from Norfolk, Va., to the ovina. In September, son returned to the to support NATO opera- when the most recent Iraqi caused President order the ship to return 'to the Middle EasL ~son and fellow crew oin other deployed na- that have been in the the "no-fly zone" since the end of Persian Gulf War. deployed, Hutchinson has England,, France, Greece, Israel and the United Arab 1993 graduate of Sundance High School of Sundance, WY Joined the Navy in March, 1994. Sportsmanship award goes to Hulett eleven The Wyoming High School Ac- Uvit/es Association has presented the Hulett High School football team with two WI-ISAA Gooql Sportsmanship Awards. The first goes to the coaches and the stu- dent body as well as for exemplary conduct and good sportsmanship during the Hulett vs. Meeteetse contest held October 22, 1994. The second is for exemplary conduct and good sportsmanship during the Hulett vs. Burlington contest held October 29, 1994. Pine Haven man awaits sentencing A four-day Jury trial last week before District Judge Terrence L. O'Brien ended on November 10 with a verdict of guilty on one count and not guilty on another count. Raymond A. Compton, Pine Ha- ven, was tried on one count of entering a building, vehicle, etc. with intent to conumt larceny. He was found not guilty on this counL Compton was also tried on a count of attempted sexual assault. On this count he was found guilty. The charges stemmed from an incident which occurred on March 19,1994. Compton is free on $45,000 bond while awalUng sentencing. Wlldflfe News Now Available If you want to learn more about Wyoming pheasant hunUng, Game and Fish budget cuts and the LaBarge Creek flshersy, you can find it all in the November/De- cember issue of News. According to editor Cody Beers, each issue is designed to have something for everyone. "In addi- tion to detailing hunting and fish- ing activities throughout the state, there are articles on wildlife law enforcement, purchasing hunting firearms for youngsters, blackbear closures and news updates." This free 16-page publication is currently available at license agencies, G&F offices and various businesses throughout the state. 50 wild horses up for adoption FIRy geldings, ranging In age from two to five years, will be available for adoption from the Bureau of Land Management on November 21, 1994 at the Wyoming State Prison Honor Farm in Rlverton, ' WY. These horses have been halter broke. They have also been wormed, given shots for flu, teta- nus, sleeping sickness and rhlnonumonIUs, and have been O~kle chief game warden Jay Lawson holds ont- lem of 40-inch mule deer poaehed near Big Piney several years ago. These lmUm were reeenUy stolen from the G&F STOP POACHING display at the Casper Regions1 office. G~F Photo Antlers stolen G&F enJrorcement specialist Gary Good with antlere from trophy mule deer poached near Riverton that were stolen from G&F STOP POACHING display. Anyone with information on this theft is asked to contact the G&F or looal law enforcement officials. Coggins tested negative. Registration for the adoption will begin at 7 a.m. An appl/catlon to adopt a wild horse must be com- pleted and on file with the BLM by November 15 to be eligible to adopt an an/maL All registered applicants will draw numbers to establish the selection order for horses. The adopt/on fee Is $125 per horse and payable to the Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Department of Interlor (BLM-USDI), and may be cash, money order or certified check. Personal checks will not be accepted unless approved by the clerk on duty. Those adaptors I/vlng outside Fremont County will need a brand inspection on the horse selected, The fee Is $5 per animal. Those adaptors living out of state will need a brand inspection and a health certificate. The BLM recommends four-horse trailers, or stock trailers, for transporting adopted wild horses. For safety reasons, ramp load trailers will not be loaded. If adoptors want halters on their adopted animals, they must bring them so the wranglers can put them on the horses before they are loaded. Anyone having questions or needing application forms, call 307- 382-5350. Don't Let Your Competition Get The Jump On You! ADVERTISE IN THE CIASSIFIF, DS! I G&F Photo ....... Want to make some quick 8851 Place an ad in classified today! Call ~8S-$411. Three sets of trophy anUers were stolen sometime between October 21 and October 27 from the Stop Poaching display at the Casper Game and Fish office. The antlers were removed from mounts of two mule deer and one elk. One set of missing mule deer antlers has a spread of Just over 40 inches and scored 184 1/8 points on the Boone and Crockett scale. It was recovered by law enforcement officials in 1990 from a Pinedale area outfitter who killed the ani- mal on its winter range near Big Piney. This mule deer and other illegnlly taken trophies have been mounted and put on display to demonstrate the severity of Wyoming's poaching problem. These mounts are considered priceless and irreplaceable and have been on display at the Cen- tral Wyoming Fair, State Fair and in other locations around Wyo- ming for the past few years. The Game and Fish needs help in solving this case. Persons with information on this incident can remain anonymous and should the Stop Poaching hofline at q- 800-442-4331 or contact the Casper Game and Fish office or the Casper Police Department. Thank You... I sincerely appreciate the support of voters in the recent general election. My thanks go to all those voters who supported me in the election. Jim Clark Paid ~r by Jim Clark. Thank You, Voters Taking time to place a ballot in your country's election is an opportunity provided by many who are no longer with us. I want to thank Crook County voters for exercising their privilege to vote and providing me with the opportunity to serve the community. Mike Frolander Paid for bF Mike Frolander. I Ill Thank You, Voters I wish to thank all the voters who cast ballots for me in the recent election for Sundance Mayor. I greatly appreciated it. Geneviwe Redfleld Paid for by Genevieve Red~id I Bill Barton District One Ienator-|ect Thanks to the Voters of Crook County and District No. I for thei- generous support in the general election. Representing all of the communities and people in eastern Wyoming has been, and will contiriue to be, my top priority. Thanks Again, BiN Barton