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JULY 9, 1981 THE SUND~C~', 'I'~ ~Ati~ Krista Steele read the minutes of tour on July 12 at the Pemmm's. the last meeting which stood as Everyone is to bring some of their ;++ approved as read. The treasurer's projects that they are tald~ to ti, ~0 , _X+,~gp~~~,~ report remains the same. Another the fair. Wade is to ~ve a thank you from our cookie deliver- demonstration. A pot-luck picnic ing was read and turned into the will be held after the tour. historian. , ........ Krista Steele was elected See iOfl police-porson for the boys side of C ~rG v APPLIANCE reun camp and Kelly Shoemaker for the girls' side. Jodie Viergutz was +*for Appliance Repair ~. .... elected judge. Josie Pearson read Service Klocker attends the list for KP duty for everyone "f. Tele,~ion Bepm S.- during camp. The meeting was vice & Supplies 1981 "Fotus" adjourned. 519 5th Avenue Krista gave a health talk on Paula mocker, 76 Angus sunhum. Belle Fourehe .... ~ ~ Ranch, Aladdin, returned home June 20 from Washington D.C., a_fl, er attending Citizenship- The camper rolled over? Washington Focus, a week-long Rev. and Mrs. L.W. Orchard ( "~ I /X (" (~ experience in citizenship + and have recently assumed the pus- ) I / \~ )*+ ) leadership training at the Nation- torate of the Chapel of Faith C~ ~ al 4-H Center. Klocker was one of Assembly of God Church in Sun- 19q6 33 4-H members from Wyoming dance. They have moved here i and 12 other states participating from Detroit, Michigan area / for a total of 503 delegates. The where Pastor Orchard was an I program is designed to help assistant pastor in charge of the young people understand the Music Ministry at St. Clair Shores ~ ~ .... + structure and function of our. Assembly of God and was system of government, study the Director of Music at the Lake- f~m the left are: Barbara Hejde Ander- Amy Troxel Sparks. heritage of our country's devel- wood Christian School. Mrs. Cole Donaldson, Francis Wells, Dick Third row from the left are: Luella Bernd Kipp, opment and prepare plans for Orchard taught the kindergarten iWaiter Hauber. Margaret Sipe Davis, Zona McLaughlin McDlroy active citizen involvement when class and elementary music at are: Richard Snider, Pat and Helen Loder Meyers. they return home. Lakewood. Roark Snider, Marlin McElroy and Front row: Betty Jean Duca Durfee. Using the nation's capitol as a Pastor Orchard, an accomp- classroom, the program included lished accordionist, holds a de- n day on Capitol Hill to meet with gree in music from Minor State :+: Senators Simpson and" Wallop College, North Dakota and also ~ ............. and Congressman Cheney and graduated from Noah Central see government in action. Many Bible College in Minneapolis, felt the trip to the Capitol was the Minnesota. Mrs. Orchard has her most interesting field trip of all. Masters degree in Music Educa- Medical costs and liability awards for injury to others can run Field trips to historical and cul- tion from Texas Christian Univer- into thousands of dollars. In addition to Trip Acddent tural sites as well as to federal sity and plans on teaching vocal Insurance, be certain that your family liability protection ~ at agencies and community organi- music in the Sundance Public least $300.000 limits. zations were among the most in- Schools. She is an accomplished ('~ .., /i . . 4 -..--.-- formative and exciting parts of pianist and organist. the week. Wyoming 4-H'ers The Orchards are enjoying the visited the United States Depart- beautiful scenery in this area and meat of Agriculture and attended are welcoming the quietness of a a session with Mrs. Elenor Wil- small town, ! son of SEA/Extension. "We are looking forward to Ph. 283-1182 Su~adltmce In workshop sessions at the meeting the folks of Sundance National 4-H Center, young peg: and getting to know them," they mw .-. m im pie discussed contemporary said. "We are at your service at |immm-- mmmm~mm~mw~mmmmmi~imq , ' issues and concerns, and ways in any time of day for prayer and | AUCTION SALE ~ , which skills and knowledge gain- counseling." They added, "The | | ed during the week could be Lord bless you all abundantly." | i ~" applied to the 4-H program here. | GOfs I! :, i~ + ..... One of the best parts of the Does your .I |: ? shareeXperienceideas WaSwithbeing4.H membersable to canner need t OIL AND LEASES ........ across the country, gauge testing? ..... ~ :i~ io~ 7 is Citizenship-WashingtOnconducted by NationalFcus4-H The Crook County Extension I BalibeA public auctiOnGUlette,Of all minerals will be held at the Holiday Inn,[ | i ~"J ~ Council in behalf of Cooperative ing of canner pressure gauges. If Service will be offering free test- = Room, Vv'yomin~ on; = ++ Extension Service of the State you are planning ix, do home l| 1981 l ........ FRIDAY, JULY 10, Land-Grant Universities and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, canning with a pressure canner, Solomon and Una George Seeiey. Klocker was selected to attend the guage should be checked to i Registraiton begins at 8:30 A.M. Sale to start at ll:00 A.M. I the back row from the left are: Gene assure accuracy and safety in | " | Steele, Vernie Ryan Nussbaum, Pictured in the front row from the left are: R.E. on the basis of applications, home canning. Pabco Inc. of Tulsa. Okla. is desirous of bringing to the Gillette I and Earl Gray. Anderson, Superintendent, Blanche Chaffin Byrd, interest in citizenship and quail- To have your guage tested, ~ area a new concept in Mineral leasing. Pabco is interested in the second row from the left are: Nina business skills, Eyvonne Evans Schuricht, Eldon fications through 4-H work. This bring the lid to your canner to one makin oil & gas lea:~e's available to many different oil brokers at Ruth Ames Reynolds, ERa ~er and Margaret Kokesh Elisbury. trip was sponsored by many local of the following locations: Moor- a public aucti,m of your mineral acreage .... : |+ Helen Storrs Cole, Virginia Heiden , ~+. businesses, +,the .-Stste. 4-H croft Presbyterian Church, July I +L P' ..... Leaders' Council, Wyoming Bank 21 from l0 a.m. to 12 noon; Crook I agreementsThe consignerwithinmaYreason.ii he SOTheChooSeoil brokerSet a willminimUmhave sixand~rdaya to i I Campaign, Wyoming Extension County Courthouse Extension | check over vour lease. + Homemakers' Council, Farm Credit Banks of Omaha, Rocky Office, Sundance, July 2t from I If wm have mineral acres that are open, under lease or about ..... 2-4 p.m. : or the Hulett Women's i t,, CXlnre ph.ase contact any of the parties listed below, and aend Mountain Federal Savings & Club House. on July 24 fr,)m 2-I ~.'.~tlt Loan Association and the Wyom- - m v,,ur hind & tract descriptions st) they can be advertised at a ing 4-H Foundation. p.m. ! lat~q date. ('all Hal McClure sales manager for Pabco Inc., For more information, contact | 91,~-5~2-IOI2, or Jim Barham 405-335~-2629 or contact Bob Force | Susan James. ('rook (',,unty VA MAY ! HELP YOU'? Extension florae I';COll,,/llist ~ ,Xtlt'tiont'tq" (~2-4911. l I q--I receive compensation from Oak Kreek TERMS-TO BE ANNOUNCED I the Veterans Administration fi~r a + t~ t l0 percent service-connected dis- Kids meet ! i . + shility and ha+e ins, b... ,.- ' OWNERS PABC0 INC' I +i~, + formed ! am eligible for a non- The June met,Ling of the ()ak " ! I I "t service connected disahility pen- greek ,Kids 4-H Club was called ~ ..... ,., sign. Willlreceivetwochecks,.~ to order June 19 at Pearson's [ IAuctioneers note] This is your chance to expose YOU ~r ++ ~ camp by President Kelly Sh