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Page 3- Thursday, June 24, 2010 "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance Times SUM to hold .cook-out in honor of Fathers' Day Sundance United Methodist Church is holding a cookout on Wednesday, June 23, at 6 p.m. at the church, 3rd and Ryan. Fathers and families will share in a hamburger feast provided by the Nur- ture/Outreach Committee. The pu01ic is invited. Museum Happenings By Rocky Corchaine Summer has started out with a bang for the Crook County Museum and Art Gal- lery. The annual fundraiser which was held in Old Stoney June 16 went on without a hitch. Cheryl Wales, Shirley Hoese, and Shelby Gill went over the top with their worldly hors d'oeuvres and wines, it wouldn't have been as grand without them we thank them greatly. The building was reborn that night with the laughter and high energy of the crowd; it gave us a taste of what the future holds for us in that grand building. The Bearlodge car show is this weekend along with a quilt show and artisans in the court house square. Look out you could join the Sundance Kid. For $10 have your friend, boss or loved one incarcerated in the old city jail June 26 during the car show. To be released you will be required to make bail, all bail goes to the restoration of Old Stoney. If you serve your warrant early the guilty party will have time to raise bail to be eligible for two free dinners at the Buffalo Jump Saloon. Warrants will be available around town or for more in- formation contact the Crook County Museum at 283- 3666. Powder River nergy I Corporation Communications Department wins national award Powder River Energy Corpo- program, tries in the Spotlight on Excel- ration (PRECorp) recently re- Edgar F. Chesnutt, for whom lence program, now in its 20th ceived recognition in the 2010 the award is named, was the year. Faculty members from "Spotlight on Excellence" na- tional awards program, spon- sored by the Council of Rural Electric Communicators and the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. The Spotlight awards competition is an annual event recognizing the top-rated communication and marketing efforts by elec- tric cooperatives and related organizations. PRECorp was awarded the Honorable Men- tion of the Edgar F. Chesnutt Award for Best Total Commu- nication Program, the highest honor bestowed through the Spotlight on Excellence Awards manager of corporate commu- nication with Arkansas Electric Cooperatives, Little Rock, from 1961 until his death in 1987. He wrote a highly praised handbook on public relations, =Getting in Step," which co-ops still use today and is required reading in preparing for the Certified Cooperative Commu- nicator program. Participants in the awards competition competed with electric cooperatives of similar sizes in 19 categories. Electric cooperative communicators and marketing professionals submitted more than 910 en- the University of Missouri - Columbia, University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill, and the University of Southern Missis- sippi judged the entries. Communications Department Members include: Kristin Kelly - Communications Specialist - Sheridan Office, Kelli Little - Communications Assistant - Gillette Office, and Deanna Steele, Executive Assistant - Sundance Office. A special luncheon honored the award recipients during the Connect 2010 Conference held in Kansas City, MO., May 13-16. Order of the Eastern Star Elects Chapter #5, OES met Thursday, June 3, 2010 at 7:30 p.m. in the Masonic Lodge with Shannon Weaver, Worthy Ma- tron presiding. The meeting opened with members pledging allegiance to the Flag and singing the National Anthem. The minutes of the May 6 meeting were read and approved. After introductions the following correspondence were read and placed on file: an invitation to Bogota, Columbia, South America for the institu- tion and constituting of three Eastern Star Chapters in September, 2010; to the Instal- lation of Officers in Gentian Chapter #23 on dune 10; Upton Chapter #32 on dune 25; The Lynn Williams Memorial Golf and Fun Day in Gillette on duly 17; a letter from the PAGO Club requesting donations of money and goodies and volunteers to help in the Hospitality Room during the Grand Chapter Session in Casper August 8-11. Eleven members from Electa #5 attended the official visit of the Worthy Grand Ma- tron and Worthy Grand Patron to Pine Cone Chapter #41 and also the Homecoming of the Worthy Grand Matron Andrea Stamp in Gillette on May 15. It was moved and seconded to have the Secretary and Treasurer take care of all financial transactions over the summer. The. .eqra, rywill send the Birthday/An- niversaryd0r/ations to the Wyoming Eastern ber 2,'2010. ' Star Cancer Fund (WESC). The Scholarship Awards money will be sent to the respective colleges of the Scholarship recipients. The Annual Report will be completed and sent to the Grand Secretary before July 15 as per the Codebook. The Worthy Matron called for a recess to prepare for the Installation of Officers for 2010-2011. Installed were Violet Smith, Worthy Matron; Paul Smith, Worthy Patron; Norms Ollila, Associate Matron; Marceline Cliver, Secretary; Janel Couture, Conduc- tress; Shannon Weaver, Associate Con- ductress; Elaine Clark, Chaplain; Stanley Cliver, Marshal; Nadine Fidler, Organist; Alice Willey, Adah; Lorna Shevling, Es- ther; Evelyn Hejde, Martha; Norma Bryan, Warder; Rita Pickerd, Sentinel. Officers who could not be here will be installed in September. Worthy Matron Violet announced her com- mittees and her special project will be the Library Endowment Fund. The fun symbols are Cats and Butterflies. Colors are blue, yellow, white, green and red. She was pre- sented a gift by Shannon Weaver and the Secretary speaking on behalf of the officers pledged their support for the coming year. Members enjoyed refreshments fol!owing the meeting. Th%next regular meeting will be Septem- 115 Years Ago June 21, 1895 It was ascertained recently that there are now only 69,000 horses required to do the busi- ness of New York City, where but a short time ago 250,000 were necessary. A baby boy of regulation weight and wind power arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W.V. Walk in this city Monday night. Many Texas cattle have died at Orin Junction recently on account of the cold rains. $150.00 reward will be paid by the undersigned for the dead body of Oliver Ktlgore, provid- ed it be found in Crook county anywhere from the mouth of Arch creek west, with evidence of foul play. $25.00 reward will be paid for positive information as to the whereabouts of Oliver Kilgore, dead or alive. The same reward will be paid to any one who can prove where he has been since January 27, 1895. Address all communications to, Joe Eagye, Linden, Wyo. or W.C. Hall, Sundance, Wyo. (Newcastle, Sheridan and Buf- falo papers, please mention) A slight frost visited this sec- tion Tuesday night. No damage resulted to the growing crops. John Kane, the ranchman for Stephen Gels of Eothen, has become so troublesome it was necessary for Mrs. Ge/s to come to town and secure the as- sistance of officers to have him removed from the place. From all parts of the county comes encouraging news that the deer seem to know the law is Schloredt- 1885, Hans Kummer- on their side and that they will feld-1900, Gus B. Queen-1893, be protected. In consequence W m Z i m m e r - they are becoming domesti- schied-1889, Hen- cated. Itwill be a sorrowful time ry W. Queen-1906, Peek at for the person who is caught Roy Bush-1883, killing anyofthem. Our officers H.E. Tracy- 1889, the axe determined to prosecute any and all violators of the law. 75 Years Ago June 20, 1935 Something over one hun- dred and fifty memberships to the Northern Hills Pioneer Association were sold at the Devils Tower on Sunday. To be eligible for membership a person must have been in the Hills for 35 years. Follow- ing are (some of) the names of the persons and date they came to the Hills, who became members on Sunday. Thomas J. Vore-1881, Fred J. Good- 1896, John M. Thorn-1887, W.D. Roadifer- 1887, Fred Hart- sen- 1888, Ray Edsal-1904, John D. Seely-1910, John A. Blakeman-1901, A.O. Banks-1884, R.L. Bush-1882, Mrs. W.D. Roadifer- 1887, John J. Binney-1912, Charley Gra- ham-1872, Mrs. Lila Zimmer- schied-1887, Stephen J. Geis- 1880, A.W. Storm- 1885, Bertha Frolander-1893, A.E. Fort- 1898, Tom Vore-1904, Walter Vore- 1900, John J. Roth- 1904, W.D. Ripley- 1896, Henry L. Lin- coln- 1890, J. E. Ackerman- 1907, Mrs. Alice Schloredt-1888, W.J. Kokesh-1883, Clarence Pearson-1906, Mrs. Edna Blakeman-1886, Carrie G. Hawken-1884, B. E. Mill- er- 1906, B.F. Lincoln- 1887, Fred Elmer Frank- 1887, Past Mel Dudrey- 1895, Jess Storm- 1894, D.A. Ruland- 1877, C.O. Vore- 188 1, W.H. Blake- man- 1900, C.C. Hughes- 1894, Her- bert Robinson- 1898, Edward Hauber- 1906. 50 Years Ago June 23, 1960 Proposed budgets totaling $242,797.80 were presented to the county commissioners June 13. Final approval of the budgets, however, will not come until a public hearing July 25. Sundance Implement Co., owned by Ray Hejde, has moved into its new building located on U.S. 14 about one-half mile east of Sundance. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moeller have announced the engage- ment of their daughter Jeanette to Larry Crawford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Craw- ford. A boy weighing 9 Ibs. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Sell Monday. The baby has been named Lamoine Dale. They also have two daughters. 25 Years Ago June 20, 1985 The weather hasn't really cooperated but Sky Aviation's COUNTYWI CANDIDATE FORUM June 29, 7 p.m. at Camp Beard (On I-IWYo, Hwy 24/114nemilewest4 junction) Spumd  Crook Cmnty Fan Bmm Fedm ml bsumct annd  omnU currently in the area and has sprayed about 35,000 acres for grasshoppers and has another 25,000 acres to go on the proj- ect. They are cur- rently based at Schloredt field in Sundance. Area teachers attending the 40th annual Wy- oming vocational summer confer- ence in Thermopolis are Chr/sty Nelman, Hulett; Donna Allen, Sundance; Dick Hubbard, Sundance; Marilyn Stults, Hulett; Joe Carmin, Moor- croft; Ed Merrill, Newcastle; Cindy Klinger, Hulett and Tom Stults, Hulett. Several Sundance children won awards submitted to the Wyoming Writers' Contest. 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