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Page 3 The Sundance Times December 13, 201" Se ices District Joi Performances Immunization Clinic Men., Dec. 17, 1-4 p.m., Hulett Clinic - Please call 2~1142 to make an appointment. Charnberof Commerce Tues., Dec. 18, noon, Sun- dance State Bank Meeting Room at Post Office Hulett Town Council Tues,, Dec. 18, 7 p,m.,Greater Thurs,, De:c. 20, 1:30 p.m., Moorcroft Branch Library Services District Board Thurs., Dec, 20, 2:30 p.m., Has- pit01 ConferenCe Room (:rook Court, Museum Thurs., Dec, 20,5 p.m., Best Western Conference Room, Hulett Fri. Can be by the carwash. NO BOTTLES, PLEASE! BINGO! Every Monday at 1 p.m., Sun- Tues,, Thurs, mornings, 8:30 p.m., Church of Christ. Questions, call Doreen, 283-1386. All welcome. Morning Glories Weight Loss Group Every Thursday, 9 a.m. weigh- ..... 2]29. AI-Anon EveryTuesday and Thursday, 8 p.m., Senior Citizens Center. Every Tuesday and Thursday, 8 p.m:, Senior Citizens Center. Free E. cell testing Please call the Crook County Natural Resource District at 283-2501 to pick up sample bottlesand schedule a deliv- eryand lab analysis time or fi~ us on the web at www. ccnrd.org for additional infor- mation. Our Thanks Thank you to everyone who supported Sundance FFA by making a purchase from our fruit sales fundraiser. Enjoy Your Purchase, Sundance FFA Thank You Thank you Sunclance Chamber of Commerce for bring- ing the Christmas Light Parade up to the Crook County Long Term Health Care and hospital. The patients re- ally enjoyed it. Maxine Noyes Thank You I would like to thank all my family and friends, near and far, that came to help me celebrate my 90th birth- day. It was an awesome pancake supper celebrated with all my kids, grandkids, great grandkids and great-great grandson and many friends. Thank you everyone for the gifts and cards. It is great to live in a small community where everyone is your friend. Chipper Chatfield Thank You A Big Thank You to everyone who participated in the Christmas Parade this year. I especially want to thank our judges, Bonnie King, Catie Lohse and Jim Hadley for braving the cold to do this outstanding service. Also a shout out to Eric Stevens for shifting his trapping plans to represent Santa Claus for us and to our mayor Paul Brooks for lending his voice to announce. Thanks to you too Reggie, I had a blast~! I look forward to doing this again next year and the next and the next... Lastly, congratulations to our winners! Thanks again, Debbie Krcelic Our Thanks The family of Dee Clark would like to thank everyone for all of their help and support these last three years. Dee felt honored to have such good friends. Many thanks to Buttons and Bows for the luncheon and to the many people who donated food. I would like to thank you in- dividually but you are unknown to me. Thanks for the many memorial donations. We hope to use it well in the community. It has been great living in this corner of the world with all of the caring people. A big thank you to the Sundance Nursing Home and all of the caregivers who gave such good care for Dee in his final days. We appreciate all that everyone has done for us. It made a difficult time much easier. Barbara Clark Merle Clark and families Denise Wagner and families Danya, Darcy and Curtis Clark Also Available as Hardback and eBooks! 307-746-3674 Peek at the Past 115 Years Ago by an Iowa resident whom he ll nI; Hulett. December 10, 1897 owed money. The farmer asked The 476th Army Postal Unit, About two weeks ago Dr. Mill~r the governor to forbid the sheriff Army Reserve unit located here, performed an operation on JJL from taking any action. Governor is one of three units in the state who resides on Willliams' Miller said he replied that he was to be deactivated. The action divide, removing what he saidpowerless to interfere under the ends the eight-year life of the le- wes a skin cancer. He sent the law. It was then that the series of cal unit. abnormal growth to an Omaha abusive and threatening letters Mr. and Mrs. ilR~r Jones of specialist who pronounced the started. In one, the farmer wrote Selbey, Mont. have announced doctor's diagnosis~, that J. Eclat Hoot~, chief of the engagement of their daugh- J.O. M~ld of Hay creek theG-men, is to find out why the was in town Saturday on busi- governor was not doing this duty. ness. "Mac" took out with him a quantity of oats and will return shortly for more grain. He can well afford to feed sixty-cent oats to calves. 75 Years Ago December 16, 1937 A former Crook county farmer, disgruntled by being dispos- sessed of his property through a sheriffs sale, was named by ernor Milleras the man who has written a series of abusive and threatening letters to him. Al- though he declined to make the man's name public, he said that he formerly lived in Crook county and now has taken residence in Montana. After receiving the sixth of the letters, the chief exec- utive turned them over to postal authorities for action. In addi- tion to a veiled threat the letter contained an obscene phrase. The farmer wrote the governor some time ago when his proper- ty was taken on an attachment Governor Miller said he believed the letters were written under a severe mental strain and he felt that the authorities should !r~a~ke an investigation. 50 Years Ago December 13, 1962 Hart~ ~zl/~/ Monday was elected chairman of the board of the Crook County Weed and Pest Control district. Stephen was elected vice chairman and Donal ~ was e-elected treasurer. A Dent; aviation electri- cian's mate third class, was pro- meted to his present rank while stationed with Fleet Tactical Support Squadron 21 at the At- sugi, Japan Naval Station. Dent is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R~jer RESPONSIBILITY Heb. 9:27 It is appointed unto man once to die, but alter this the judgment day. This judgment day is for all souls who die & go to this holding place that is called Hell in Lk. 16:22-16. There are 2 places to go. The rich man went to Torment & the Beggar was carried by angels to paradise to Abraham to wait there until 2rid Coming of Christ. 2 Thess, 1:7-9. When the 2rid Coming of Christ with His Angels taking vengeance on them that know not God and obey not the Gospel of Christ. Vs. 9 they shall be punished with everlasting destruction away from the Lord of His Glory. This judgment will be paradise to be with the Lord, the other will be in torment of the lake of fire Rev 20:14-15. This is the second death for alll 'etei~i~.' Heaven iS/a ?l~lace 'fO~ prep-af~f:] ,s0~s.~ ,Hell ism'prept~e~ f0~ ~ar~d SOuls. : ..... " , : , '!- THEE CHURCH OF CHRIST We urgeyou 0 study God's word and we invite you to attend our services at 45 E. Loucks - Old PO. Building #019, Sheridan, 672-2825 or 672-8162. Sun. lO & 11 a.m., 6p.m.; Wed7 ).m. 307-682-5001 800-851-2227 bcbswy.com 405 West B0xeider Rd. Suite B5 Gillette BlueCross BlueShield of Wyoming An independent licensee of the Blue Cross end Blue Shield Association ter Pau/Ine to &mmel h Jol- ~gy, son of Mr. and Mr~ Robert S. Jol~ of Hulett. Miss Jones graduated from Eastern Montana College and is teaching the first gade in Great Falls, Mont. Jolley graduated from the University of Wyoming with a degree in range management and is employed by the Homestake Mining Co. 25 Years Ago December 17, 1987 In the eight years since Wyo- ming's hunter safety law went into effect, more than 43,000 Wyoming residents have com- pleted the hunter education course sponsored by the Wyo- ming Game and Fish Depart- ment. The law requires persons bom on or after January 1, 1966 must have hunter safety before going hunting. Find a Friend AN EXPERT ; serole~ b0ked ;hel taco on- : ; fectior 21. 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