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Page 8 - Thursday, August 10, 2000 The i DeparlmentofWyoming Commander Ralph Logan, center, looks on as local VFW Post 4311 Quartermaster Harold Bernd, left, receives an AII-Ststs Post Quartermaster award from former VFW Commander-in-Chief Robert Wallace, right, at the Department of Wyoming's convention in Thermopolis. Bemd was one of five Quartermasters named to the All-Stets team at the June conven- tion meeting. He was awarded a white hat, certificate of award, jeweled lapel pin, and $25 for the banquet. Following the April 2000 election, Bernd is serving his forty- fifth term as Quartermaster of the local VFW PosL Since joining the Devils Tower VFW Post 4311 in 1950, he has been an officer in the Post each year except the first. Bernd served as com- mander in 1954-55. I The first root beer in Amedca wm manufactured by CharkB Elmer Hires in Philadelphia, in 1866. NEW FOR2000 FRI, AUG. 1 7 PM Arenacross Races SAT, AUG. 19 l0 AM Kidz and Karz Parade 10 AM-3 PM * Douglas Invitational Art Show ll AM * Custom Classic Car Show 7 PM Demolition Derby SUN, AUG. 20 IO AM3 PM Douglas Invitational Art Show 3 PM Cowboy Music & Poetry 4 PM * Ranch Rodeo MeN, AUG,21 5 M,r C0miva p,ns ;_, 7 PM WPRA All Girl Rodeo - TUES, AUG. 22 7:30 PM Party in the Dirt "Celebration of Wyoming" WED, AUG. 3 7:30 PM - Mark ChesnuU The Derailers in concert THUR, AUG. 24 8AM Single Steer Roping 7:30 PM- PRCA Rodeo FRI, AUG. 25 7:30 PM PRCA Rodeo SAT, AUG 26 10 AM * Wyoming State Fair Parade I PM Carnival Opens 6 PM KGWC Youth Talent Contest 6:30 PM Miss Rodeo Wyoming 2001 Coronation 7:30 PM PRCA Rodeo I TIMELESS TtIAOITIOH WYOMING STATE Fill lOill00O I For more information call: 1-800-464-5167 (307)-358-2398 www.wyagric.state.wy.us ,.\\;ullsl 19 ?.6 0 " "l (I IT'S "SPECIAL" THIS WEEK Coke Liters.....$1.09 ,Coke 20 oz.......$.99 Gatorade 32 oz.....2/$3 For your cash convenience Cigarettes- National Brands Everyday Low Price.....$2.70 Sundance, WY "Quick Pay" Fuel with any major xedit card 24 hours a day Republican State Legislative Candidate Forum August 14, 2000 . 7:00 p.m. Crook County Courthouse Community Room Sponsored Dy Crook County Republican Women For more information contact Susan Redding 467-5957 or Tins Wood 283-2795 George and Kay Green: National Campers with a mission conference By" Evonna Schelling The First Baptist Church of Sundance is getting some much needed assistance from George and Kay"cn" of Ozark, Alabama. The Greens are part of a Southern Baptist missions group, Campers on Mission, made up of retired folks who travel around the nation helping out wherever they're needed, and living in their personal RVs or camp trail- ers at each project site. Although the Greens are usually a part of the larger group, they arc working solo on the Sundancc project fol- lowing a trip to Casper to visit their son who is attending Casper College and working for United Airlines. From here, they will poJici- pate in a two-week project in Michigan, attend a rally in Alabama, then spend the month of October doing maintenance work at a pri- vate school in Kentucky. "We do as much as we can- -physically and financially," Kay Green said. Campers on Mission is a completely vol- unteer organization. During 1999, their first vol- unteer year, the Greens logged 8,000 miles and twelve weeks of actual project time, which didn't include travel and sightseeing tirnc. So far, they worked in Alabama, Arizona, Kentucky, Texas, Maine, ancLnow Wyoming. While here le Greens will do a variety of maintenance work, including painting and sewing. "We go to assist the church in a town. No job is too small or too big. Whatever they need done is what wen do," George said. After twenty-two years in A- sia, Europe and Turkey while George was in the U.S. Army, the Greens are looking for- ward to seeing more of the United States in their retire- ment. They anticipate a four or five day turnaround at home in Ozark before starting their fall schedule. Regarding the church's ob- vious appreciation of the work being done here, the Greens. say, %ye're the ones getting the bigger blessing." =All through life, we've learned that we can't outgive God," George Green said. In addition to their young- est son in Casper, George and Kay Green have three married children and eight grandchildren. set f0r Shcnd00 The National Rural Develop- ment. Partnership will hold their 10th annual conference in Sheridan, Wyoming Tues- day, August 22 through Fri- day, August 25 at the Holi- day Inn Convention Center. The theme will be "Spirit of Community: New Frontiers in the New Century." Scheduled speakers starting at 9:00 a.m., Wednesday, Au- gust 23, will include: *Malcolm Wallop, U.S. Sena- tor (retired), opening session keynote speaker. *Jim Geringer, Wyoming Governor, welcome address. *Jim Wilson, Sheridan Mayor, welcome address. *Craig Thomas, U.S. Sena- tor, Wednesday, August 23, 12:30 p.m.. *Barbara Cubin, U.S. Con- gresswoman, Thursday, Au- gust 24, dinner guest speaker at Bradford Brinton Memorial. *Mike Enzi, U.S. Senator, Friday, August 25, 8:00 a.m. For more information or res- ervations contact Mary Randolph at 307-672-8931 or Lola Lucero, 307-672-3760. Eric Allison. terms of probation. Jason SNer travel request to Philip, (, Attempted Aggravated t a murder. A tions. Marlin Schlenker. from probation. Earl J. Reid. leased from rections Facility in August 5, 2000. on probation Lordy, Look Who Is l- 1.1 1,,1 lol lol 1,, 1 OFFICIAL REPUBLICAN AND NONPARTISAN PRIMARY INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER 1. TO VOTE YOU MUST BLACKEN THE OVAL () COMPLETELY NEXT TO THE NAME OF THE CANDIDATE FOR WHOM YOU WISH TO VOTE. 2. IF YOU SPOIL YOUR BALLOT, DO NOT ERASE, BUT ASK FOR A NEW BALLOT. 3. USE ONLY THE PENCIL PROVIDED. 4. TO WRITE IN A NAME, YOU MUST BLACKEN THE OVAL (  ) TO THE LEFT OF THE DOTTED LINE PROVIDED, AND WRITE THE COMPLETE NAME ON THE SPACE PROVIDED FOR THAT PURPOSE. III FEDERAL OFFICES I UNITED STATES SENATOR (SIX YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR ONE CRAIG THOMAS CD o,,o,o.oooo,,**.oo.oo.oH,ooo*,ooo.,ooooo,oooooooo UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE (TWO YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR ONE E: BARBARA CUBIN LARRY JAY HERDT DINe WENINO CZ) o,,,o.,.0oo,.,o,,.,ooo,..,*,,o*ooo,.,.., STATE OFFICES HOUSE DISTRICT' TIM BARN EL) MARLENE SIMONS CD ,..,.o.o.,o,o,....0...*,..,.o*..*.,ooo. W?KEG COUNTY OFFICES OFFICIAL NONPARTISAN BALLOT COUNTY COMMISSIONER (FOUR YEAR TERM) BALLOT PROPOSITIONS VOTE FOR ONE INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER: TO vOTE MARK A. SEMLEK FOR OR AGAINST A PROPOSITION, BLACKEN THE () COMPLETELY, TO THE .................................................. THE AREA MARKED "FOR" "AGAINST'. PRECINCT COMMnEEMAN (TWO YEAR TERM) BALLOT PROPOSITION VOTE FOR ONE CROOK COUNTY NATURAL RESOURCE DISTRICT NO CANDIDATE FILED "SHALL THE CROOK COUNT ..................... .... COMMISSIONERS IMPOSE CONSERVATION DISTRICT TAX, .................................................. TO EXCEED ONE-HALF (I/2) MIL, 0 ALL PROPERTY WITHIN PRECINCT COMMITTEEWOMAN COUNTY FOR THE PURPOSE O F PROVIDING NATURAL RESOURC[ (TWO YEAR TERM) PROGRAMS DIRECTED BY VOTE FOR ONE CROOK COUNTY NATURA L RESOURCE DISTRICT?" NO CANDIDATE FILED IF THIS PROPOSITION IS THE SAME PROPOSITION SHALL 8; SUBMITTED AT THE SECONI .................................................. FOLLOWING GENERAL ELECTION BY MAiL BALLOT PURSUANT TO W .S' 22-29-114 AND 22-29-115, ANI THEREAFTER AT GENERAL ELECTIONS OR BY BALLOT PURSUANT;TO W.S. 22-29-11 AND 22-29-115, EVERY FOUR (4) YEAI UNTIL THE PROPOSITION DEFEATED. C FOR THE CONSERVATION DISTRICT TAX AGAINST DISTRICT TAX OFFICIAL MUNICIPAL BALLOT CITY OF SUNDANCE III MAYOR (TWO YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR ONE LARRY GOODSON JAMES A. MILLER .,o,,,, ...... o.o., ....... o,.oo,o.o,'' COUNClLMEMBER (FOUR YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN TWO (=::3 PAUL BROOKS E STEVEN J. LENZ ooo,,o.,,.,...,,..,o,,o,o,,,.,,,o,,,,,,f .oo.,,,o,,o,o..o,*,,*o.,,oo,o,*, ..... o,,o, OFFICIAL PRIMARY ELECTION BALLOT Crook County, WY Aug. 22, 2000 Connie D. Tschetter, Crook County Clerk / L 1-1 SUNDANCE INSIDE NORTH ell THE NRMES ( C/L[)IDATES WIT.,L  A.TI) ON  OFFICIAL BALLOTS AND WI[,L Ies s i@  ALNAYS APPEAR IN TBE ORD INDI IN TBE SAMPLE BALLOI PUBLISH: AUC[I.qT 10, 2000 Page 8 - Thursday, August 10, 2000 The i DeparlmentofWyoming Commander Ralph Logan, center, looks on as local VFW Post 4311 Quartermaster Harold Bernd, left, receives an AII-Ststs Post Quartermaster award from former VFW Commander-in-Chief Robert Wallace, right, at the Department of Wyoming's convention in Thermopolis. Bemd was one of five Quartermasters named to the All-Stets team at the June conven- tion meeting. He was awarded a white hat, certificate of award, jeweled lapel pin, and $25 for the banquet. Following the April 2000 election, Bernd is serving his forty- fifth term as Quartermaster of the local VFW PosL Since joining the Devils Tower VFW Post 4311 in 1950, he has been an officer in the Post each year except the first. Bernd served as com- mander in 1954-55. I The first root beer in Amedca wm manufactured by CharkB Elmer Hires in Philadelphia, in 1866. NEW FOR2000 FRI, AUG. 1 7 PM Arenacross Races SAT, AUG. 19 l0 AM Kidz and Karz Parade 10 AM-3 PM * Douglas Invitational Art Show ll AM * Custom Classic Car Show 7 PM Demolition Derby SUN, AUG. 20 IO AM3 PM Douglas Invitational Art Show 3 PM Cowboy Music & Poetry 4 PM * Ranch Rodeo MeN, AUG,21 5 M,r C0miva p,ns ;_, 7 PM WPRA All Girl Rodeo - TUES, AUG. 22 7:30 PM Party in the Dirt "Celebration of Wyoming" WED, AUG. 3 7:30 PM - Mark ChesnuU The Derailers in concert THUR, AUG. 24 8AM Single Steer Roping 7:30 PM- PRCA Rodeo FRI, AUG. 25 7:30 PM PRCA Rodeo SAT, AUG 26 10 AM * Wyoming State Fair Parade I PM Carnival Opens 6 PM KGWC Youth Talent Contest 6:30 PM Miss Rodeo Wyoming 2001 Coronation 7:30 PM PRCA Rodeo I TIMELESS TtIAOITIOH WYOMING STATE Fill lOill00O I For more information call: 1-800-464-5167 (307)-358-2398 www.wyagric.state.wy.us ,.\\;ullsl 19 ?.6 0 " "l (I IT'S "SPECIAL" THIS WEEK Coke Liters.....$1.09 ,Coke 20 oz.......$.99 Gatorade 32 oz.....2/$3 For your cash convenience Cigarettes- National Brands Everyday Low Price.....$2.70 Sundance, WY "Quick Pay" Fuel with any major xedit card 24 hours a day Republican State Legislative Candidate Forum August 14, 2000 . 7:00 p.m. Crook County Courthouse Community Room Sponsored Dy Crook County Republican Women For more information contact Susan Redding 467-5957 or Tins Wood 283-2795 George and Kay Green: National Campers with a mission conference By" Evonna Schelling The First Baptist Church of Sundance is getting some much needed assistance from George and Kay"cn" of Ozark, Alabama. The Greens are part of a Southern Baptist missions group, Campers on Mission, made up of retired folks who travel around the nation helping out wherever they're needed, and living in their personal RVs or camp trail- ers at each project site. Although the Greens are usually a part of the larger group, they arc working solo on the Sundancc project fol- lowing a trip to Casper to visit their son who is attending Casper College and working for United Airlines. From here, they will poJici- pate in a two-week project in Michigan, attend a rally in Alabama, then spend the month of October doing maintenance work at a pri- vate school in Kentucky. "We do as much as we can- -physically and financially," Kay Green said. Campers on Mission is a completely vol- unteer organization. During 1999, their first vol- unteer year, the Greens logged 8,000 miles and twelve weeks of actual project time, which didn't include travel and sightseeing tirnc. So far, they worked in Alabama, Arizona, Kentucky, Texas, Maine, ancLnow Wyoming. While here le Greens will do a variety of maintenance work, including painting and sewing. "We go to assist the church in a town. No job is too small or too big. Whatever they need done is what wen do," George said. After twenty-two years in A- sia, Europe and Turkey while George was in the U.S. Army, the Greens are looking for- ward to seeing more of the United States in their retire- ment. They anticipate a four or five day turnaround at home in Ozark before starting their fall schedule. Regarding the church's ob- vious appreciation of the work being done here, the Greens. say, %ye're the ones getting the bigger blessing." =All through life, we've learned that we can't outgive God," George Green said. In addition to their young- est son in Casper, George and Kay Green have three married children and eight grandchildren. set f0r Shcnd00 The National Rural Develop- ment. Partnership will hold their 10th annual conference in Sheridan, Wyoming Tues- day, August 22 through Fri- day, August 25 at the Holi- day Inn Convention Center. The theme will be "Spirit of Community: New Frontiers in the New Century." Scheduled speakers starting at 9:00 a.m., Wednesday, Au- gust 23, will include: *Malcolm Wallop, U.S. Sena- tor (retired), opening session keynote speaker. *Jim Geringer, Wyoming Governor, welcome address. *Jim Wilson, Sheridan Mayor, welcome address. *Craig Thomas, U.S. Sena- tor, Wednesday, August 23, 12:30 p.m.. *Barbara Cubin, U.S. Con- gresswoman, Thursday, Au- gust 24, dinner guest speaker at Bradford Brinton Memorial. *Mike Enzi, U.S. Senator, Friday, August 25, 8:00 a.m. For more information or res- ervations contact Mary Randolph at 307-672-8931 or Lola Lucero, 307-672-3760. Eric Allison. terms of probation. Jason SNer travel request to Philip, (, Attempted Aggravated t a murder. A tions. Marlin Schlenker. from probation. Earl J. Reid. leased from rections Facility in August 5, 2000. on probation Lordy, Look Who Is l- 1.1 1,,1 lol lol 1,, 1 OFFICIAL REPUBLICAN AND NONPARTISAN PRIMARY INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER 1. TO VOTE YOU MUST BLACKEN THE OVAL () COMPLETELY NEXT TO THE NAME OF THE CANDIDATE FOR WHOM YOU WISH TO VOTE. 2. IF YOU SPOIL YOUR BALLOT, DO NOT ERASE, BUT ASK FOR A NEW BALLOT. 3. USE ONLY THE PENCIL PROVIDED. 4. TO WRITE IN A NAME, YOU MUST BLACKEN THE OVAL (  ) TO THE LEFT OF THE DOTTED LINE PROVIDED, AND WRITE THE COMPLETE NAME ON THE SPACE PROVIDED FOR THAT PURPOSE. III FEDERAL OFFICES I UNITED STATES SENATOR (SIX YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR ONE CRAIG THOMAS CD o,,o,o.oooo,,**.oo.oo.oH,ooo*,ooo.,ooooo,oooooooo UNITED STATES REPRESENTATIVE (TWO YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR ONE E: BARBARA CUBIN LARRY JAY HERDT DINe WENINO CZ) o,,,o.,.0oo,.,o,,.,ooo,..,*,,o*ooo,.,.., STATE OFFICES HOUSE DISTRICT' TIM BARN EL) MARLENE SIMONS CD ,..,.o.o.,o,o,....0...*,..,.o*..*.,ooo. W?KEG COUNTY OFFICES OFFICIAL NONPARTISAN BALLOT COUNTY COMMISSIONER (FOUR YEAR TERM) BALLOT PROPOSITIONS VOTE FOR ONE INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTER: TO vOTE MARK A. SEMLEK FOR OR AGAINST A PROPOSITION, BLACKEN THE () COMPLETELY, TO THE .................................................. THE AREA MARKED "FOR" "AGAINST'. PRECINCT COMMnEEMAN (TWO YEAR TERM) BALLOT PROPOSITION VOTE FOR ONE CROOK COUNTY NATURAL RESOURCE DISTRICT NO CANDIDATE FILED "SHALL THE CROOK COUNT ..................... .... COMMISSIONERS IMPOSE CONSERVATION DISTRICT TAX, .................................................. TO EXCEED ONE-HALF (I/2) MIL, 0 ALL PROPERTY WITHIN PRECINCT COMMITTEEWOMAN COUNTY FOR THE PURPOSE O F PROVIDING NATURAL RESOURC[ (TWO YEAR TERM) PROGRAMS DIRECTED BY VOTE FOR ONE CROOK COUNTY NATURA L RESOURCE DISTRICT?" NO CANDIDATE FILED IF THIS PROPOSITION IS THE SAME PROPOSITION SHALL 8; SUBMITTED AT THE SECONI .................................................. FOLLOWING GENERAL ELECTION BY MAiL BALLOT PURSUANT TO W .S' 22-29-114 AND 22-29-115, ANI THEREAFTER AT GENERAL ELECTIONS OR BY BALLOT PURSUANT;TO W.S. 22-29-11 AND 22-29-115, EVERY FOUR (4) YEAI UNTIL THE PROPOSITION DEFEATED. C FOR THE CONSERVATION DISTRICT TAX AGAINST DISTRICT TAX OFFICIAL MUNICIPAL BALLOT CITY OF SUNDANCE III MAYOR (TWO YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR ONE LARRY GOODSON JAMES A. MILLER .,o,,,, ...... o.o., ....... o,.oo,o.o,'' COUNClLMEMBER (FOUR YEAR TERM) VOTE FOR NOT MORE THAN TWO (=::3 PAUL BROOKS E STEVEN J. LENZ ooo,,o.,,.,...,,..,o,,o,o,,,.,,,o,,,,,,f .oo.,,,o,,o,o..o,*,,*o.,,oo,o,*, ..... o,,o, OFFICIAL PRIMARY ELECTION BALLOT Crook County, WY Aug. 22, 2000 Connie D. Tschetter, Crook County Clerk / L 1-1 SUNDANCE INSIDE NORTH ell THE NRMES ( C/L[)IDATES WIT.,L  A.TI) ON  OFFICIAL BALLOTS AND WI[,L Ies s @ ALNAYS APPEAR IN TBE ORD INDI IN TBE SAMPLE BALLOI PUBLISH: AUC[I.qT 10, 2000