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December 12, 1985

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Crook County Art Gallery now has on display exhibit of handmade Christmas ~fts and here is a selection of some of the items on display. Most may be bought. The Christmak exhibit will run through December 27. here is one of a variety of paintings by Alva artist Berniece on exhibit at the Crook County Art Gallery through December )aintings, in oils and acrylilcs, include wildlife, landscapes and a'istmas program offering g different Sundance Junior-Senior Music Department will in the audio-visual their Christmas program 16 at 7 p.m. in the high gym. zring the music per- fill and slides will be ballet dance will feature Heinzen, accompanied by School Girls Choir sing- 'A Music Box Carol." will be done primarily Smith and Todd and Kah]er. concert offers something best: f0r all~ on your list Certificates Gift Wrapping Jack & Jig. ,Shop Gladys Ware Sundance new m that it will hopefully be a treat not only to the ears, but to the eyes as well," Todd Kahler, director, said. "Being our first attempt at making videos, we don't expect professionalism, but we guarantee you will be enter- tained." Performing groups will include the Junior-Senior High Concert Band and Stage Band, the Junior High Mixed Chorus, the High School Girls Choir and the Swing Choir. The public is invited to attend. SO REPORT' December 2 A vehicle which had been abandoned six or seven miles up the D Road since November 30 was towed. A truck was reported to be block- ing a private drive in the Moor- croft area. It was checked out. December 3 Assisted a motorist in the Moorcroft area. Assisted the Highway Patrol with traffic control, etc., while a logging truck was jackknifed in the road. Performed a welfare check in the Moorcroft area. Everything seemed OK. Assisted a broken-down mo- torist west of Sundance on 1-90. December 4 Assisted the Sm "nce police department by attempting to locate someone for the court. They were not located. A fire was reported at the Marie Aguilar residence south of Sundance.There was found to be no fire but some smoke damage from a small explosion in the wood stove which blew the stove door off and the chimney down. December 5 A fire was reported at a trailer home on New Haven road, two and one=half miles north of Hulett. The Hulett volunteer fire department resl~nded. There was "littl~';~ except by smoke. Request to locate a subject in the Moskee area. Officers could make no contact. Justice Court Week of Nov. 20, 1985 No lights on trailer Well Tech Inc., Gillette, WY, $25.00. No drivers license after residing in the state over 30 days Gary R. VanOverbeke, Sun- dance, $25.00. Trespass Bradley A. Chrest, Bowbells, ND, $110.00; Dennis Hedberg, Carpio, NE, $110.00; Frederick E. Harris, Moorcroft, WY, $110.00. Shoot from right of way Roger E. Griffin, N. Ft. Myers, FLA, $110.00; Gerald R. Bassler, Brandenton, FLA, $110.00. .'~ Here are the (irst Week's P rizo Winners in this Year's Christmas drawing: Swede Nuesbanm-Jack & Jill Shop; Mrs. Frank Petera-Sundance Appliance;Walt Quillian-Ledie's Standard;Irene Snider-Dillon Harware; Ethel Chatfleld-Flower & Gift Boutique; Ben Jansen. Am Restaurant; Darlene Speidel-The Sundance Times; MarBle Chatfield-Durfee's; Jean Peterson-Hillside Pharmacy; Margery Chatfield-Sharps' Hardware. Collect your prize hum these Sundance Chamber of Commerce Members Edgemont rally nips Bulldogs Edgemont's Moguls came from behind with a strong fourth quarter surge to nip the Sundance Bulldogs 73-72 in a non-con- ference basketball &yme here Fri- day night. The Bulldogs blazed away with deadly accuracy from the floor to post a field goal percentage of 55 percent. Their downfall came at the free throw line where they converted only 4 of 16 attempts. The Bulldogs were also guilty of 26 turnovers. Edgemont hopped offto a 18-11 lead after the first period but Coach Jim Schmiedt's club came storming back to grab the half- time lead 36-33. Sundance held a 54-49 margin going into the final quarter. Rick Kreuter jammed in 18 points to lead Sundance with Craig Mathews adding 16. David Bell paced Edgemont with 26 points. Edgemont turned back Sundance 63-56 in the junior varsity game.The scoring: Edgemont 18 33 49 73 Sundance 11 36 54 72 Edgemont-Christensen 1 1-2-3, Schutter 6 1-4 15, Boll 10 5-10 26, Smith 2 4-5 8, Faiman 8 1-2 17, DECEMBER 12, 1985 Hollenbeck 2 0-0 4. Totals 29 12-23 73. Sundance- Worthington 2 1-5 5, Long 2 0-0 4, Mathewa 8 0-2 16, Aungst 5 0-3 10, Taylor 3 3-3 9, Kreuter 9 0-2 18, McLaugh- lin 5 0-1 10. Totals 34 4-16 72. Blacktail Hustlers 4-h Club Vice-president Sarah called a meeting of the Blacktail Hustlers 4-H Club to order. Lee, the president, was gone. The U.S. pledge was led by Greg and Fred led the 4-H pledge. Roll call was taken and THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGI~ members answered with what they wanted for Christmas. Secretary Thea read the minutes and we drew for secret grandparents. The refreshment committee for the January 7 meeting are: Greg, drinks and Greg and Sheila, food. Demonstrations will be made at the next meeting by Greg and Shefla. Greg Wood, Reporter THE TOTAL HEALTHCARE CENTER Sundance, Wyoming (307) 283-1212 After Hours 283-3501 Is a loved one 65 or older?. Share the Total Healthcare Center' with them. Membership is free and it's good for them! Call 283-1212 for more information Cooks Who~e SMOKED PICNICS picot" Hillshire Farm - Beef 89 ,B Kelbasa or Smoked Sausage LB Lean&Meaty "Boneless" StBw Meat '1" * 199 LB Hillshire Farms Cl'mddarwurst or Uttle Smokies 100 % Pure G~ Tom S(x~ Mixed Nuts Kraft 69 ve~,a Slices ,2 oz ~. * 1" Quality 399 Check * 169 12 oz. 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