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N~.~S FILE 65, ~ 201 Ouk, aR ?28S2-gS01 for Crook County, of S undanee and U.S. Land Office CENTS PER COPY IN THE BLACK HIIH~ OF WYOMING NINETY SlXTHYnR NO. 30 JULY 28, 1994 1994 CROOK COUNTY FAIR The readings: Highs Lows Prec, July 18 93 60 0 ........... ............ July 19 71 54 .24 July 20 72 47 0 July 21 80 48 0 July 22 88 52 0 July 23 76 ~7 0 July 24 81, 54 0 .... i iiii~ i~i~i~ ~ ~ ~i,~!i~i ~,i~,ii~i ~ i~i ,~,~ i , ii iill ;ii? i~i~ ~i ! ~iii~i ~ ~i!~i: ~i~i~i!iI i?il iii i~~ m on tap sot o~uu~n~e Anumoay, S~d Saturday. The 8m~mce Area Chain- is holding its sunnual Crazy and Saturday with mer- some sidewalk booths and other 8Brae stores ~ be open Friday night. in this week's issue. Crazy Days, the chamber a carnival to town for three days - i~ii !::;iil " ~, ~i~'~'~ i ~" Thursday through Saturday. The show, P&P Rides, Yuma, Ariz., features 11 tides, 10 games and two food trailers, according to Ray Parentl of the show. Getting into the carnival spirit Tuesday after- noon were these two intrepid birdmen. Checking out the helicopter ride were Howard AUen, left, and Vie Worthington. Photo by Jim Allen 2,756 997 school gets OK and for the 6 mill loan repaymenL $650,000. In other business, the Board ac- cepted bids from Coffee Cup Fuel Stop for diesel fuel and unleaded gas at Moorcroil; Farmers Co-op Association for diesel and gas at Hulett; Fort Union Coal Company, for coal for all centers; Hulett LP Gas Service for propane for all centers; Nelson's Oil and Gas, Inc. for diesel and gas for Sundance; and Vince Tenke Trucking for all three centers. Bids were also received from Blakeman Propane, Inc. and from Zeke's Yard and Garden for trucking coal. The Board voted to compensate Mark Hughes at his regular hourly rate and to continue the retalner at the present rate. Hirings approved by the Board were for Todd Kahler, 3/4 extra instrumental, extra vocal, and summer music; for LorettaTonak, I/4 extra instrumental; Lori Rob- inson, MoorcroflJH volleyball aide and JH girls basketball aide; Jim O'Connor, Sundance assistant football coach; and Shawna Fischbach, Moorcroft Elementary Special Education teacher. The Board also approved half time po- sitions in Moorcrofl and Sundance for Special Populations Coordina- tor which is funded by a Perkins grant for one year. Two resignations were accepted. Dwight Jundt resigned as the Sundance Industrial Arts teacher and Don Ackerman resigned as Hulett bus driver. Petty cash funds for the District schools was set for the 1994-95 school year. The amounts are: [Cont. on Pqe 2} meeting in Moorcroft on 1994, the Crook County i District Board of Trustees a budget totalling The General Fund of the budget totals n addition there are of $81,024. Spe- cial Revenue funds cover Chapters I and II, Titles 6-B and II. Perkins, and Drug Free Schools for a total of $397,990. For the lunch fund. $315,000 has been budgeted; for student activities, $200,000; early retirement escrow fund, $305,000; ins urance escrow fund, $685,000; NEWS BOX ~*********@/mSeOe*e~*OeeOSO being offered an EMT class beginning in September. , Hulett EMT or Sandy NeLman at 467- is l de will be August 6 are reminded that the annual poppy I be August 6 before the Fair parade. Arrangements are being plck Up at Sundance Electric. ************************************************** ~ontest is re-opened the lack of entries for queen in the original contest the Falr decided to re-open the contest to queen contestants only. may be picked up at the Fair office, Entries need to be to the I office by 5:30 p,m. July 28. *SOOO***OOdlOO*O@O***OQO~o*O0~@**00***OOOO*SO**000800@*O avalisble this year's county fair parade, which has the theme ~alore in '94/' are now available at the county fair office and the Extension office. More information is available by calling Sun- chapter advisor Pat Mischke at 643-5656. The chapter is the parade and members are needed to work on the stand. wit; meet meeting for the Crook County Museum Foundation be held on Tuesday, Aug, 2 at I p,m. in the art gallery. The art gallery board sets meeting Museum and Art Gallery Board will be holding its meeting in the art gallery on Tuesday, Aug. 2 at I0 a.m. The welcome to attend. Jennel Helmer first in state in ag writing Jennel R. Helmer; a member of the Bearlodge FFA Chapter in Sundance, placed first in the state "Up With Agriculture" writing contest. As a winner, Helmer re- ceived a check for $50.00 and an award certificate. The contest was sponsored by ICl Seeds as a special project of the FFA Foundation. Entries were sent to the magazine, FFA New H~[- zons which then selected the win- ner. Marching band practice is held Marching band practice for all Sundance'Junior and Senior High Band m~mbers :i for the Crook County ~htr parade will be held from 6:3~) to 8 p.m.o.n Thursday and Friday, August 4 and 5 at the high school band room. On Sat- urday, August 6 they will meet at the CrOok County Library at 9:30 ,the high s~hool planning to march in San Diego but not in the fair pa- rade, should call Todd Kahler at 283-247 I. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Tuesday, August 2 8:00 - I0:00 a.m. 9:00 - I I:00 a.m. 12:00 (noon) 1:00 p.m. 2:00 - 6:00 p.m. Wednesday, August 3 8:00 a.m. 9:00 - I0:00 a.m. 9:00 - I0:00 a.m. I0:00 - I h00 a.m. h00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Thur~lay, August 4 8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. I:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. Friday, August 5 8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. Saturday, August 6 I0:00 a.m. 12:00 (noon) 5:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 7:00 p;m. Sunday, Angust 7 7:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 12:00 (noon) Horse Check-in Exhibits (non-animal) Due in Place (Open Class, 4-H, FFA) Junior Horse Show Exhiblt Judglng (Open Class, 4-I-L FFA) Animal Check-in Junior Horse Show Market Swine Weigh-ins (Only one (I) weigh-in) Market Lamb Weigh-ins Market Steer and Market Heifer Weigh- ins Exhibit Buildings Open to Public Junior Swine Show Exhibit Buildings Close to Public Junior Sheep Show Exhibit Buildings Open to Public 4-H Cat Show 4-H Dog Show Mini 4-H Show and Sheep Lead Exhibit Buildings Close to Public Junior Beef Show Exhibit Buildings Open to Public Junior Rabbit Show Round Robin to Follow the Beef Show State Fair Meeting (.All going to State Fair must attend) Exhibit Buildings Close to Public Public Style Revue Youth Dance Crook County Fair Parade Rodeo Community Barbecue Parade of Champions Junior Livestock Sale Non-Animal Exhibits Released Horses and Rabbits Released Beef and Sheep Released Swine Released Rodeo While most of us dip out to the gsrden every morning to cheek on the proi~e~ of our tomato plants, %M'vte Hngen of 8uadaaoe is hustling out to his greenhouse and picking big r@d ripe beauties. lhryie Is shown here with a one-pound tomato whieh he picked last Friday. Hey,/h~rle ~ he'8 been picking ripe tomatoes for two to three weeks. Ph~o by HowL-d AUen