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The Sundance Area Chamber of Commerce discussed various sources of funding available for economic development at their meeting on July 19. The Forest Service has funds available which they hope to use for community signs. Since the fiscal year for the Forest Service ends soon, the Chamber will be submitting theft proposals as soon as possible. Another source of help Is the National Rural Electric Coopera- tive Association. This would Involve a resource team which would In- terview various people in the area to find out what the greatest needs of the community are. Chamber President, Jeanette Mathis, will contact Hulett, Moorcroft and Pine Haven to see if they are interested in Joining these projects. Mathis told the group that the Chamber has a $1500 grant for an ad in Crosscountry Ski magazine but none for SnoWest or AAA's Home and Away. However, both of these magazines will have articles , on Sundance this fall or winter. After discussion, they voted to transfer the grant money from It was noted that there seems to be some misunderstanding as to what constitutes a new member of the Chamber. It was pointed out that new membership fees are only for those people or businesses which are completely new to the town. It was also decided to have ribbon Saddle Up for 8t. Jude trail ride set for Sept. 12 St. Jude Children's Research Hospital has announced plans for the Saddle Up For St. Jude Trail Ride to be held on 9/12/93. Ms. Peggy Symonds will serve as coor- dinatorofthe event and encourages all residents to support this im- portant community effort. St. Jude Children's Research HospRal, founded in 1962 by the late entertainer Danny Thomas, is the largest childhood cancer re- search center In America in terms of the number of patients treated and treatment success. Funding for the treatment and research programs conducted at St. Jude Crosscountry SI0 to Home and Hospital comes primarily from Away. public support of events such as ~jL~ 10~eat gray owl inhabits northwestern Wyoming wilderness, Norval and dlm Durfee are co-the Saddle Up For St. Jude Trail ~_t~ng the Absarokas, Tetons, the northern Wind River and chairmen for the barbecue. They Ride. ~q=tng ranges, and Yellowstone National Park. As pictured, the said that it would be held In the St. Jude Children's Research .~gray preys mainly on mice, voles and pocket gophers. Look same place as last year. Todd FI- Hospital is the only childhood ]~e continent's largest owl perched on a snag bordering a erro said that Pepsi will provide cancer research centerdesignated ow~F~ow, banners and cups and he will ask as such by the National Cancer 1 Photo by Ernest Zemke, Cody, WYthem if they will provide free Pepsi Institute and is the first institution also. The hours for the barbecue established for the sole purpose of Log Cabin Cafe on Tuesday morn- conducting basic and clinical re- (~ ing. A cake baked by Pat Duca was wlll be from 5:30-6:30 p.m. search In catastrophic childhood served to several guests, diseases. JULY 29, 1903 THE OUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 7 cutting for every new business, These will be scheduled at chain- whether or not they are a member, bar meetings for the followingweek. 3 large rooms of antiques 1 Western clothing and gift boutique 1 Western art and bookstore ALADDIN STORE HAS: * Delicious Thick-Sliced Bacon * Lean Ground Beef * .Marlboro Cigs. for $13 per carton I @ LOOKING FOR A GOOD MEDICARE SUPPLEMENT? ~~/~H//HH//HH//~ I Newbery and Caldecott books In We are grateful for the concern ..... ~ ~ memory of her slster Dana Roe. thatMs. Symonds has forourwork. ~L, by Z'-'.e C~k This Week at once again, we thank all of our We hope that everyone will sup- ,, ~- donors, we greatly appreciate all port the Saddle Up For St. Jude |j~=axldBeulahLanningmotored Your Library donations we receive. Trail Ride and help provide the [] ackson, WY, the first part of where they Joined family ~H/HH////H///~, For those who wish to donate In funds that are needed to preserve memory of a friend or loved one. a the world's greatest asset .... "Our ~bers for a reunion. Dewey by Chrimtlna Houghton want list is maintained by the li- Children". ~ang, who had flown to Idaho from San Diego. CA, was metC ntlar brary, whereby a desired book may For more information call Peggy The August Calendar Is ready, be selected bythe donor. Memorial at 283-2598 evenings and 283- ~yda~m~ and Sharon Jensen and So, please plck up your copy at the bookplates are placed In these 2181 days and weekends. L~. tlmve back to Jackson. damle ~ Brian, children of Barry and library, books. A book makes a long-last- Children's Department hag memorial which will be appre- ~zon Jansen, and Lanning re- It is time to begin signing up for clated and enJoyed by many people License drawings ~.ed. to Sundance with Bill and the August portion of our Summer for years to come. Lanning to spend a few have been held visiting family and friends Reading Program. If your children are interested In participating, or With the exception of the hunt ~ Were guests at the Lanning for more Information, please come Patrol is seeking it.ll, the big game hunter's next Let us help you choose the Medicare supplement 1[~e' Bill and Beulah were guests In and talk to Mrs. Trickel, our for you. [~0ra and Betty Benson while in Children's Librarian. new applicants moat exciting event has occurred- ~kaon. Tom and Beulah are ForyourenJoyment, wehavesome the drawings for ltrnited quota elk. ~a[~tl~rally deer and antelope licenses. CALL: Sins members and many wonderful Items on display in our Self-motivated Individuals look- All antelope licenses remainIng Children's Department.FromMarJ Ingforachallengeshouldapplyfor aJlerthedrawingareavailableflrst- 'I V In! ds helped Christy and Bethel G o orison, we have abeautlful three- a position as a Wyoming Highway come, flrst-served through the [~lth observe their 50th wedding dimensional, tole-palnted carousel Patrolman. Wyoming Game and Fish il +Pu+ Versary" The event was held at l lore o.unmin inn in Newcastle on horse. Also shown, is a lovely car- Applications may be obtained Department's Cheyenne omce to ousel horse painting, done byTally from the Patrol or the Transports- both residents and nonresidents. |l['m~layevening, July24.Adell" Hughes. We hope you will taketlonDepartment'spersonneloffice Leflover elk and deer llcenses are Ph. 283-n82 ,,, Sundance ~abuffet was served and a be some time to appreciate theseat 5300 Bishop Blvd. In Cheyenne also currently available to resl- ~l~qchampagne were enjoyed bycreations, or by writing to P.O. Box 1708 in dents. LeRover elk licenses go on m..m.. NOTICE OF SCHOOL BOARD Hewes was among those We would like to express our Cheyenne. Applications can be sale to nonresidents Aug. 5, and submitted to the Patrol before the deer licenses remaining from the | a acllng the Smith cousins faro- thanks for all of the recent dona- two-dayexaminatlon is conducted resldentdrawing become available |[~l~lenlc at the Christy and Bethel Mv-' NOS &HD th r Lr ch on Sunday, July 25. lions we have received. Thank you or brought to the examination site to nonresidents on Aug. 10. Re- |~ry nice time was enjoyed by to the many patrons who donate at Centennial Junior High School, glen A (Black Hills) deer licenses &V&II.&BIhlSN OF MIIIIIYIKS paperbacks, you keep us well 1421WaterfordinCasperat8a.m. are currently available to nonresl- |[j[~m.laers of the family who do not supplied[ Some other items which on August 28. dents. [[[.together often due to the fact have been donated are as follows: Applications mailed to the Chey- Doe/fawn antelope and deer are | tseveral llve in various areas of Randy Rowe added to our cas- Notice is hereby given that regular meetings of the Ii Cuntry' Ume to recelve special Lnformation through the G&F's Cheyenne of- i~u~hn and Charlotte Alexander sette collection by donating seven enne office must be submitted in also on sale flrst-come, first-served Board of Trustees of Crook County School District IBP~lonStrsJtorandElalneClark books on tape. by return marl. Applications hand fice.Thepopulararea82doe/fawn Number One, State of Wyoming, are hold each month [~tlay morning. They drove from Eighteen Hardy Boys books were given by devon Schoffstall. carried to the test site must be + deer licenses have already sold out. | Per Sunday and attended a Those who have donated hard-accompanied by a photo ID, copies : Applications and season Informa- |l'~emakers sponsored picnic at backs are: Doug Dumbrill, Pete of birth certificate and high school tion is available at license selling or o =Z v o or agents G&F district offices or by [~fldln. They were overnight Harper, Pam Floyd, Val Hurd, Le-c lle.e dll ma GED. , , ADD ts reoulred to be at calling 1 800 842 1934 (in state) [~ts of Robert and Twila Baxter. slle Thomas and Art Newcomer. ~llcan are___, - - - [[~Y returned to Casper on Men- Ray and Peggy Howard gave sev-least 23 years old, have at least l or 307-777-4600 (out-of-state}. eral record albums, including some 20/I00 vision uncorrected and be, l|[qe.duly blrthday coffee was on- Gospel albums, a U.S. citizen. They do not have to _ _ be Wyoming residents to apply. I Dunlicate i [|r~l by lg persons at the center Mary German donated the book Recruits are selected through a -- --x- ...... [|~l"lday. Those with July birth- SUNDANCE MY UNCLE, byDonna 11~ were Frank and Doramay B. Ernst. So far, it has been in progressive testing procedure be- + [Hl.'~etnan, VerdaHewea, Stra/tor great demand and has received glnning August 28 and contlnuing A three and one half table Howeli [i~_ and Ethel Sharp. A delicious much positive feedback. ~to August 29. Recrults.will then movementwas played at Duplicate I[~e, baked by Pat Duca, and a We have had several magazines atwno I b weeks of tralmng at the Bridge on July 20. Harold Bernd JL~t bowl arratlged by Jody Th- "adopted' through our Adopt-a-Wyoming Law EnforcementAcad- and ~)tt Wagner placed first. 1~.~ Were served to the guests. Magazine program. Mellssa Smith emy m/douglas. Jean Harper and Rod Port were In |' ,een persons boarded the so- adopted COMPU'I~3 Magazine, Jeri The Wyoming Highway Patrol of- second place and Maxine Wegner |~,V~sonFrldayforafuntrlpto Villano donated NEW YORKER, fers a beginning salary of $1,700 and DonnaAllen were third. r Sills. They drove to the Fort for Megan Schnorenberg (andparents) per month, plus a $50 per month gPerandonintoCustertoattend gave a subscription to NATIONAL uniform cleaning allowance, 1.5 Take a break ..... Read the l~tountaln Music show. A very GEOGRAPHIC and NATIONAL times hourly rate for emergency Classifieds. Youll be eurpriJed at what you'll flndll Fine was reported by all who GEOGRAPHIC WORLD, and Jan overtime, and retirement and Der~.ln adopted several different benefit packages. [~rVle and Lydia Hogan drove to magazines. If you are interested in Official applications may be ob- ,H~, Vell on Sunday where they were our Adopt-a-Magazine program,tatned from the Wyoming Highway Patrol Safety and Training Dlvi- d du Hogan. or please stop at the library for more sion, P.O. Box 1708, Cheyenne, i~ta of their sot1 and family, Dale information. ~derJle~and Evelyn Slsaon left fi Weverymuch appreciate Debbie WY 82003-1708, phone (307) 777- [ tehell. NE on Friday where they Proctor's ongoing donation of4320. 4-H & FFA MEMBERS invite your support of the JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SALE 7 P.M. SATURDAY, AUGUST 7, 1993 Crook County Fairgrounds, Sundance We have tried to provide buyers with top quality beef, pork and lamb. Our county youth need your support for their extra effort, care and feed they put into these market animals, so please coma out. Reward them for their efforts - and fill your freezer at the same time. Most members use their proceeds to: 1. Help themselves through college; 2. Start businesses of their own; 3. Build their own breeding herds. INVEST IN OUR FUTURE Fair Office: 307-283-2644 at 6:00 P.M. on the third Thursday of each month at Hulett, Moorcroft, Sundance in school buildings in towns as designated and such meetings are open to the public. Meetings are rotated among Hulett, Moorcroft and Sundance. Notice is also given that official minutes of each regular or special meeting for such board, including a record of all official acts and of all warrants issued, are available for inspection by any citizen during regular office hours, at the office of the clerk of said district, at the Crook County School District Central Office, Sundance, Wyoming. Kevin Sweeney Crook County School District Board of Trustees Publish; July 29, 1993 I I II IIII Chem.Dry featuring 'The Natural" TM Mother Nature's Carbonated Car Cleaner STEAM NO SHAMPOO NO DRY POWDE is Chore-Dry? A Revolutionary Patented BreakthroughH Chem-Dry Is a revolutionary carpet cleaning process that uses carbonation and Ingredients copied from Mother Nature to make your carpets fresh and clean again. The exclusive Chore-Dry process generates natural cad)onatlon to produce millions of tiny effervescent bubbles which penetrate the carpet fiber, dissolve dirt and stains quickly, and act as tiny propellants that actually lift dirt to the surface for extraction. _ Carpets take very little time to dry and, because there are no dirt attracting residues C_.he__m-~. (~))c left behind, your carpet s!ays cleaner longer. ~ ~ Chem-Dry Is the world s largest carpet cleaning company with more than 3,500 ( .( .( .( .( .( .( .( .( .~ , ~ Each year, Chore-Dry cleans over one billion square feet {) franchises worldwide. of carpet. Our revolutionary processes have been awarded four United States ~~o Patents with several adclltlonal patents pending. Chem-Dry has also been rated the ~,j~/l~p~'~; number one service franchise in Amedca for 1993 by Entrepmuer magazine. ~o .----..-- l.il " -- -'- Each Chcm-Dry franchise is .- __ =.,.__llrlg~l . independently owned and operated. ' Call Collect 682 0526 [~aded the 8th annual cowboy ~t/qtle show. They stayed witli [ .nds and returned home on i .... ~y. [g~ and June Gray and Verna I~x turned home last week after I t~t ling for twoweeks through 14 ~tes. They were on a genealogy ~ hl the states of Ohio and West ~.~. They traveled through the t~-~r Mountains of Tennessee gthe Blue Ridge Mountains of ~erfla. On the return trip they ~ through the International t, Gardens in North Dakota. I~r. and Mrs. Los Mauch arrived ~ ~ttadance last week after ~tdl~g the winter in Florida. ~ran~y Blakeman was guest of "qor at a birthday coffee at the