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Thursday, December 4, 201 Newsbox Newsbox items are limited to informational, nonprofit, service and social group meeting and event notices for the purpose of notifying the public of upcoming events. Please confine to basic in- formation (name of event/meet- ing, day, date, time, place}. Hulett Museum and Art Gallery Board Thurs., Dec. 4, 4 p.m., GHCC Lost and Found Grief Support Group Thurs., Dec. 4, 7 p,m., United Methodist Church Fellowship Room - For information contact Shari Gose 283-3333, Teri Buck- man 283-1224 or Pastor Ken Bal- lard 283-1594. Electa Chapter #5, OES Thurs., Dec. 4, 7:30 p.m. Crook County Long Term Care Activities Bazaar/ Bake Sale Thurs.-Fri., Dec. 4-5, 9 a.m,-6 p.m. - Silent auction. Donations welcome. Crook County CattleWomen Christmas Party Fri., Dec. 5, 6:30 p.m,, ARO Cat6 - RSVP to 283-1958, 756-3210 or 467-5627. Christmas Bazaar Sat., Dec. 6, 6 p.m, Potluck, p.m. Bazaar, Pine Ridge Community Church, Carlile N EW Teen Youth Event Sun., Dec. 7, 3 p,m,, RAM Center Sundance Community Handbell Choir Performances Sun., Dec. 7, 9-9:30 a.m. Good Shepherd Episcopal; Tues., Dec. 9, 630-7:30 p.m., Sundance Assisted Care - The public is invited. Crook County Fair Board Man., Dec. 8, 5:30 p.m., Shooting Sports Building Crook County Land Use Planning & Zoning Commission Man., Dec. 8, 7 p.m., Court- house Jury Room - The public is welcome and encouraged to attend. Genealogy Tues., Dec. 9, 6:30 p.m., LDS Church - For into call Jim Schaef- fer, 307-465-2263. m., Library Weed and Pest Board Wed., Dec. 10, 7 p.m., Weed and Pest Office Masonic Lodge Wed.. Dec. 10, 7 p.m. SHS Band Collecting Aluminum Cans Can be placed in the trailer by the car wash. NO BOTTLES, PLEASE! BINGO! Every Monday at I p.m., Sun- dance Assisted Care Center Beadodge Yoga Club Man,, Wed. evenings, 5-6:30 p.m., Church of Christ- Questions, call Doreen, 281-0317. All welcome. AI-Anon & Alcoholics Anonymous Every Tuesday and Thursday, 8 p.m, Senior Citizens Center I Every Thursday, 9 a.m. weigh-in, 9:30 meeting- For more informa- tion call Mona at 283-2129. Free E. call testing for Crook County Residential Rural Wells Please call the Crook County Natural Resource District at 283- 2870 to pick up sample bottles and schedule a delivery and lab analysis time or find us on the web at vcww.ccnrd.org for ad- ditional information. Veteran's Outreach & Advocacy Program Available to all OIF/OEF veterans and immediate families. North- east Region call 307-359-2430. Dec, 8 - Baked steak Teriyaki with noodles, stir-fry vegetables, Asian salad, pineapple chunks Dec. 9 - Meatloaf with gravy, cauliflower, macaroni and cheese, Bahama blend vegeta- bles, apricots, pineapple upside down cake Dec. 10- Hawaiian chicken, baked sweet potatoes, Key Largo vegetables, cam meal roll, baked pineapple coconut macaroon Dec. 11 - Cabbage roll casse- role, baked potato, Pacific blend vegetables, chunky applesauce, chocolate surprise, cupcakes Dec, 12 - Parmesan coated fish, roasted root vegetables, Minne- sota green beans, cheese onion roll, winter berry parfait, orange juice Page 3 The Sundance Times Peek at the Past 11S Years Ago December 1, 1899 ]Roy Montgomery and Grst Wilson re- turned last week from the western part of the county, where they have been wolfing for sev- eral weeks. They brought in about one hun- dred pelts. an Fox left on Monday for St. Louis where he will take a course in the art school of Washington University. It is through the goodness of CI. Jay L. Torrey that Mr. Fox is entitled to thus fit himself for such high use- fulness, as, we understand, Mr. Torrey has de- posited $5,000 in a St. Louis bank to be used for the benefit of his patriot. We are informed also that Mr. Torrey put up $2,500 to defray the expenses of the law course now being taken by Charley Blake at Lincoln, Nebraska. Both Fox and Blake were with Col. Torrey during the war with Spain. Walter Roadifer's four-horse team took a run Wednesday evening and pried two wagons and one load of hay in an ugly heap in the street. Considerable damage resulted to the vehicles, but neither driver nor horses were injured. No passion can lead to such extremities nor involve a man in such a complicated train of crimes and vice, and ruin whole families so completely, as the baneful rage for gambling; it produces and nourishes all imaginable dis- graceful sensations; it is the most fatal nursery of covetousness, envy, rage, malice, dissimu- lation, falsehood and foolish reliance on blind fortune. It frequently leads to fraud, quarrels, murder, forgery, meanness, despair and sui- cide. The majority of the 200 prisoners now in our state penitentiary are there as a result of the infamous vice of gambling, which Wyoming as a state legalizes and which Sundance as a city permits on account of apathy on the part of the citizens. Are we to put poison in the food of our army of brilliant young men and then pray that it will not take effect? Are we to cre- ate disease and pestilence and then pray that it will not claim them as victims? The citizens must answer. 75 Years Ago November 30, 1939 Mr. and Mrs. W.T. Mathews, of Beulah, cel- ebrated their 59th wedding anniversary Satur- day. They were married in Deadwood Novem- ber 25, 1880. Mr. and Mrs. Mathews both came to the Black Hills in 1877, Mr. Mathews from Wisconsin and Mrs. Mathews from Nebraska. Both are well preserved and do not look their age. On New Year's and Christmas, the night be- fore ea_chr.tJ,xclb no saloons open for business with the net result that many a head- ache will be averted and the dinners more fully enjoyed. County Assessor to Re-Value Town of Moor- croft- County Assessor Chittim announced this week that he would spend three days in Moorcroft next week revaluing property at the request of the State Board of Equalization. The State Board feels that there is too wide a range between the prices of lots and the improve- ments and that the only way to fairly handle the situation is by revaluing the entire town. In spite of the fact that the Sundance Bull- dogs played only one school smaller than they were this year, they beat their opponents two to one in the total number of points. The follow- ing boys were out all season for football: Don Rounds, Bud I)udrey, Lester Sherrsrd, Louis -fing, "Buzz" Grubb, Donald Grubb, Dean Yeoman, Chad Yeoman, Alfred Vines, Nell Crago, Bob Crago, Sloan Reynolds, Melby Tracy, Jimmy Montgomery, Jimmy McGu- ckin, Bud Terel, Durand Grenier, Bernard Solomon, Lester Mauch, Tommy Straight, Wayne Jackson and Lorin Harper. What the SHS Seniors plan to do - Melby Tracy - raise blooded horses; Frank Blake- man - going to business college; Fay Cornell - take up teaching; Merrill Hack - aviation or mechanical work; Frank Graham - take up aviation; Murky Phttuer- business school; Don Rounds - go on to Utah University; Leon INIIon - W.P.A.; Rex Dillon - go on to school; Chad Yeoman - rancher; Alice Hockett - nor- mal training at Spearfish. 50 Years Ago November 26, 1964 Coach Richard Harvey's Sundance high school wrestling team will open the season Fri- day at Lingle and will follow up that meeting with anotherine at Lead Tuesday. Thirteen boys have been named to make the Lingle trip. Members of the squad are: Fdp lamflkl, Leon Vines, Gary Snyder, Ted Miller, Charles Vi- ergets, Albert Pickerd, Kenneth Sipe, lar- ry Larive, John Moline, Leslie Saari, Bill Mathews, Earl Kleckner and Rudy Henke. A gas heater, a plugged chimney and carbon monoxide gas slowly filled a five-room house here in which seven members of an Air Force sergeant's family died last week. Sundance Air Force Station personnel, concerned over why S/Stg. Russell Schlotterbeck had not an- swered his phone for three days, along with Schlotterbeck's landlord broke into the house shortly after noon Friday and found the seven bodies. Mrs. Allen Day of Wheatland, Wyoming and Charles E. Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sid Dinkins of Sundance exchanged wedding vows at a ceremony preformed Saturday, November 14. 25 Years Ago November 30, 1989 Governor Sullivan has announced that Ruth Frolander, Sundance, has been appoint- ed to the Wyoming Commission for Women as representative of Crook County. Frolander, an insurance agent in Sundance, attended Sun- dance High School and the University of Wyo- ming. For ten years she taught school and for 41 years was in the insurance business. Sheila Ista and Shonda Strong have been awarded the national "I Dare You Leadership Award" in recognition of personal integrity, balanced living and motivation for leadership. The honor was presented by Cne Cde, Uni- versity Extension Agent, at Hulett on Novem- ber 3. A Child Primer for Thanksgiving -Alec Hilty - You ha: to cut the head off the turkey first. ,Then cutlhhe bottom of him off and stuff him. I don't relly know what stuffing is. You put him in the oven and cook him at 25 degrees for about an hour. Then you can take him out and eat him. Seven Sundance High School football play- ers have been named to the Powder River class IA all-conference team. They are Cl--Is Zoner, Garrett Smith, Lance Drake, Pete H1avha, Cory Ayer, Justin Peterson and Chad Leger. Brian Marchant and Jason Newlin received honorable mentions. : - -- - :T For ONLY $17 a month i: :!i'00We have been serv'ingthbbeautiful NoaddRlona|esorfees! i : ,) Sundance community for 35 years! 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