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PJUC E 1B TB] 8UI /L CE JULY 19, lg98 Earlier this month on July 12 at a presentaUon at the museum, the Crook County Museum and ' Art G~llery accepted a bronge sculpture enUUed %Vhere the Air Gets Thin" in memory of former Crook County resident Leo "Cowboy" Russell. Acquisition of the sculpture was made from the Russell family's memorial donaUon. 8hewn here, left to right, are Lands Moberg, Crook County Museum/Art Gallery Foundation Board; Cowboy Russell's daughter JeJ~e Jones; hls grandchildren, Bcott and Ashley Jones; his wife Mlllle Russell; and sculptor T.R. Chytka. Chytka, a professional Spearfish sculptor, cre- ated the limited edition sculpture. A portion of the destroyed mold was presented and appears with the sculpture on display in the museum. Photo by Howard Allen Despite Increase, state licensing loses money 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. Bearlodge Wran- glers; I p.m.-3 p.m. Range Riders; 3 p.m.-5 p.m.- Leather & Lace; 5 p.m.-7 p.m. Tw/rling Twines; 7 p.m.-8 p.m. Lone Members. Frl., Aug. 6 9 a.m.-10:30 a.m. R/de-N-Hide; 10:30 a.m.- 12 p.m. River Rangers; 12 p.m.-l:30 p.m. Carlfle Wran- glers; 1:30 p.m.-3 p.m. Sundance Lonestars; 3 p.m.-4:30 p.m. Blacktail Hustlers; 4:30 p.m.-6 p.m. Beulah Beavers; 6 p.m. -7 p.m. Lone members. Sat., Aug. 7 12 p.m.-l:30 p.m. Bearlodge 4-H avhlh|t hall scheduJa A schedule has been set up In- cluding all 4-H Clubs and Lone members to watch the Exhibit Hall. The purpose of the watch is to make sure that projects do not get damaged or stolen. If all work to- gether, no one will have to spend much time in the hall. Should the scheduled times not work, please make arrangements to switch with another lone member or club. The watch should include a leader and 2 members. Wed., Aug. 4 9 a.m.-1 1 a.m. R/de-N-Hide 4-H Club; II a.m. - l p.m. River Wranglers;1:30p.m.-3p.m. Range Despite substantial increases in applicants' fees for acquiring or renewing a Wyoming drivers' ll- cense, the state's licensing program will still not be self supporting. The increases in fees took place this month. Licensing program customers are seeing the cost of first licenses and temporary and Instruction permits increase by 100 percent to $20 each, renewal li- censes and duplicate licenses and permits increase from $5 to $15, and a new charge of $50 to have a license reinstated following a sus- pension or revocation. The increases are the result of 1993 legislation aimed at making Rangers; I p.m.-3 p.m. Carlfle R/ders;3p.m.-4:30p.m. Leather&the licensing program more ray- Wranglers; 3 p.m.-5 p.m. Sundance Lace; 4:30- 6 p.m. Tw/rlingTwines; enue neutral. However, while the Lonestars; 5 p.m.-7 p.m. Blacktail 6 p.m.-7 p.m. Lone members, increases will narrow the gap be- Hustlers; 7 p.m.-8 p.m. Lone ~ru~d?lr Leader meetlnl tween costs and revenues, it will members. AIICrookCountyJr. Leaders muststill exist, according to Wyoming attend a special meeting Thurs- Transportation Department Drive day, Aug. 5 at I p.mJn .the Exhibit Services Program Manager Lynn Hall. Plans wUl be flnal/z~ for the Funkhouser. ............ Youth Dance and the old high He said that, while the licensing school gym will be decorated, program's costs exceeded its rev- 4-H club nominations due enues by more than $2 million Nominations for Outstanding annually in recent years, the dff- Leader, Jr. Leader, Long Term ference in future years is projected Leader, Friend of 4-H, and 4-Hto be approximately $500,000 an- A]umnl are due in the Extension nually. officeby5p.m, on Friday, Sept. I0. Program costs are high because Forms have been mailed out to the of the state's large geographic area, Community Leaders. its small but spread-out popula- Wiltern Junior Livestock Show t/on, a state statutory requirement Information and entry forms are that licenses be issued regularly in available In the Extension Office each county, and because of state "SLEEPLESS for the Western Junior Livestock and federal reporting and back- ground-search requirements and l l till Show In Rapid City. The show dates "are October 13-16, 1993 but the the computer systems necessary entrydeadlineisSeptember 10.All to perform them. Funkhouser also said that li- entries are to be in the Extension censing program costs are rela- Office by 5 p.m. tJvely m/nor in comparison wlth Look to the Times clusifieds,the costs of creat/ng and main- Placing a elmmifled ad can turn taining records of license holders, unwanted personal items into of traffic violations and violators, gold. It's easy, convenient, and of accidents and of license sus- inexpensive, pensions and revocations. II II IIII P'4 m SATURDAY & SUNDAY 12:00 NOON RODEO ARENA, SUNDANCE Wild Ride - Top 4 Riders Will Be Auctioned Off, man & horse 8PONSORUeD BY: ! I I II II I Always " A steer is a social standing. bull who lost his T/MES WANT ADS DO GET RESULT8 Coke Producta $ ,4 6 PAK POP oz. I Van Camp PORK & BEANS 10 oz. Old Home. White SANDWICH BREAD 24oz. Our Family TUNA 0.s oz. Our Family PEANUT BUTTER ,oz. Hi DH PAPER TOWELS Kleenex BATH TISSUE 4 roll Quality Checked- Ice Cream SANDWICHES loz. Banquet $ CHICKEN 2 oz. Our Family- American SPREAD SINGLES 2oz. CUBE STEAK ,b. Bonelen Rump ROAST Hormel. Range Brand $ i BACON _I Hormel - Light & Lean STAK PAK HAM oz. $ ell, Hormel - Light & Lean Aieorted Bulk $ '4 CHEESES lb. I Bulk Red POTATOES lb. Auorted PLUMS Bartlett PEARS m. U.S. #1 TOMATOES lb. U.$. #1 CUCU"""S I'I I)040 SALAD MIX lib. pkg. -r ..... ,,=,;c;u;o; ...... ; ..... - -- ~ RICE Aug. 3, c .................... I i I Redeemable at Decker's Food Center ,.,,,.-~ ~.,~,,,o~ BUYON_E ~+ ~ GETONE_ FREE BUY ONE lib. package of stick PARKAY', GET ONE 1 Ib PARKAY" Spread Bowl FREE /ll/!!l!/!!l/l!l!l!l!l!ll Ill liil ljiililll S 3 UMW oil COUPON PEn rrm POnrAtu~m A3-89 ......... .. ,.......... ............. .. ..... ......... J 1oK Run/Walk Sunday, August Race Begins at 8 a.m. Walk Begins at 7 I Northside of Courthouse Registration: $10 nREAKFAST PARTICIPANTS See Details at Docker's Food Center - RICES EFFE( July 28- Aug. 3, F 0 0 D C E ,NT E R Wv i..,om. "Where Quality Costs You Less" we rmrvethe right to limit t ,, Not rolponllblt for typogmphlcll Docker's... A family owned business for over 80 II v t trot