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Community +"+ September 27, 2012 Powder River Energy employees donate rally booth proceeds to Crook County charities The employees of Powder River Energy Corporation recently donated $2,000 to four Crook County charities. The funds were raised at the annual PRECorp biker booth in downtown Sundance on Burnout Wednesday (August 8) during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. The booth's success is due to the hard work and hospitality of the PRECorp em- ployees and family members who volunteer their personal time and efforts to work at the booth. "Our numbers were up this year and we achieved our goal of selling out of food," said project coordinator Loretta Du- rfee. Each year the booth committee dedicates funds to a local charity. This year, based on community input, the crew chose to do- nate its proceeds to four charitable organi- zations. This year's recipients are: Sundance Kid Children's Center - $500 for educational programs Kid Prints Inc. - $500 for educational pro- grams Chapel of Faith Church - $500 to be used for their M'Pact and Royal Rangers pro- grams Crook County Volunteer Fire - $500 Photos by Tim Velder/Powder River Energy Corp. Powder River Energy Corporation employees present $500 to the Kid Prints, Inc. Day- care of Sundance. Pictured from left are Deanna Steele, Shannon Gaylord, Libby Nisley, Kid Prints Director Charity McLaughlin, PRECorp employees Loretta Durfee, Cassie Boss- man and Yvonne Moberg. The money was raised at the PRECorp employee Biker Booth dudng the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Powder River Energy Corporation employees present $500 to the Sundance Kids Day- care. Pictured from left are Shannon Gaylord, Libby Nisley, Sundance Kids Daycare Di- rector Judy Neiman, PRECorp employees Lorefta Durfee, Cassie Bossman and Deanna Steele. The money was raised at the PRECorp employee Biker Booth during the Slurgis Motorcycle Rally. Powder River Energy Corporation employees present $500 to the Crook County Vol- unteer Fire departments. Pictured from left are Darice Hodge, Shannon Gaylord, Loreffa Durfee, Crook County Fire Warden Gaff Gill, PRECorp employees Libby Nlsley and Deb Cooper. The money was raised at the PRECorp employee Biker Booth dudng the Sturgis Mot - ; ",+ o i " ........ Powder River Energy Corporation employees present $500 to the Chapel of Faith Church to be used for their M'Pact and Royal Rangers programs. The money was raised at the PRECorp employee Biker Booth during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally. Pictured from left are PRECorp employees Danea Crowder, Cassie Bossman, Shannon Gaylord, and LoreHa Durfee; Chapel of Faith Church members Eliza Jageman, Dave Jageman, Parker and Peek at the Past 115 Years Ago September 26, 1897 Two new bicycles arrived in town this week. They were given a hearty reception by their owners. Deputy Treasurer das. Bush and Mrs. M. N/chols. The wheels are doing very well, except L.F. Kinctzld overestimated his capacity for the ardent the first of the week and it was found necessary to throw the law around him to regulate his conduct. In justice court the maj- esty of the law was vindicated to the extent of $5 and costs, amounting to $11.65. In default of payment he was placed in that they are a little broncoish at times, the county Klondyker till morning, when the fine was paid, and Warm Weather Secrets - For undue perspiration, or where he was liberated. an unpleasant odor is perceptible, bathe night and morning in 75 Years Ago soda and water, afterward rubbing lightly with diluted boracic acid, which is perfectly harmless. A few drops of ammonia in the water you are bathing your body with is good for this pur- pose. Never use this on the face; it is ruinous. Only thirty-three of the one hundred army guns that Uncle Samuel loaned us during the Indian scare of 1891 have so far been collected. These were boxed up and shipped to Cheyenne yesterday morning. 4 7th Annual Fall BOOT HAT + Resist01 & Stetson Felt Hats 'ix 'I30.(XJ + 2)AYO +llS.(RI - *195.00 5x 175.(XJ - '245AX) !50. - 229.00 6x 245,(X) L'ff)0.(X) +200.00 . 270.00 8x +250,00 - "3(X).(X) 240.00 - +280.00 20x +440.0(J . +47'L(X) 385.1) 30X +563,(X -. '575.() -]8,() Serratelli Felt Hats 6X '225.() - 259.00 1.00 - 220.00 8x +2::5.() - +290,1R) 255.(N) IOx +z)O ) +325.(.J *275.00 20x 375,{X) + +435,0(} 350.() 1gx +(,.o.00 . '685.(X} '44.( Hondo Boots Shark, Sh, e. iffalo, Hippo Pjular to 32g.00 Now: 22g.00 to 26g.00 Lucchese kets Caan. Ostrich, Goat, IEleph= Regular 0 $600.00 Now: '159.00 to *570.00 Olathe Boots Values to 30,00 Now: 180,00 to 10.00 Nocona Beats Valt to +50O+(K) NOW: qOO.X) to *425.00 i Boots Plar o )-----------------0.00 NOW: +100.00 tO *429.00 Ao Laoe and Pu# on Work BooL% Sfee,/Toe and Compos/te Toe Value to 188/.0 No. "100.00 to *165.00 Tony Lama Va,e$ to *,k99 00 +100.00 to '425.00 lded X" Boots Osidch, Calf, 8i$on alue to *SOO.OO Now:. '100.00 to 415.00 knderlee Bean V;dues to 00.00 Now: "169.00 - s480.00 De,bb H Boats Values to 3"75.00 Now: '135.00 - '240.00 Ladies Boots ,bd*Homio Lul Tony Lama Noemm Value to oao.o0 NOw:. +100.00 to 25.00 Buy a hat & apair of boots in a singtsale and get FREE TONY LAMA BAG 500 State St,, Belle Fourche September 30, 1937 Frederick Wilson Coates, 79, one of the few remaining pio- neers, died at his ranch home Sunday as a result of the infir- mities of old age. He came to this section of the country from Minneapolis, where he was born August 1, 1858.He graduated from a civil engineering and surveying course in 1872. In 1887 he bought a livery business in Sundance. Coates was the first deputy sheriff of the county, employed under Sheriff James Ryan of Crook County. He also served as the first marshal of Sundance. CHEYENNE - Charging that "a considerable number" of peace officers are indifferent or opposed to enforcement of Wyoming's anti-gambling laws, Attorney General Ray E. Lee called upon the women of the state to demand that the laws be enforced. He made the charge in letters he is sending to leading club women throughout the state. He is asking them and their organiza- tions for assistance, he said, because of the effective manner in which they squelched attempts at the last legislature to legalize gambling. 50 Years Ago September 27, 1962 Homecoming festivities at Sundance high school open tonight CHECK WITH US FOR SPECIAL PRICING ON: H#Mrr M0n, thru FrL 8m to 6pro Saturday 8am to Noon with the traditional snake dance and come to an end at mid- night on Friday when the homecoming dance ends. Candidates for queen are Judy Mann, Eleanor Moeller and Barbara Sancho. King candidates are Lee Cronn, Larry Lorenen and Richard Peterson. The homecoming dance featuring music by The Starlighters will run from 8 p.m. until midnight for stu- dents and alumni. William rnk, Moorcroft has been appointed to the Gil- lette Experiment Sub-Station advisory committee, according to Leon H. Paule, Laramie, supervisor of Wyoming agricultur- al sub-stations. Semlek replaces Leslie Hauber, New Haven, whose term expires this fail Junior high seventh grade home ec girls held a babysitting party last Friday at the kindergarten building for nine little children. Seventh grade girls attending and the children they cared for were: Connie Carr, Bobby Kilzer; Janet O'Haver, Kathy O'Haver and Marilynn Canfield; Teddy Rounds, Kel- ly Rounds; Marie Kipp, Dixie Kipp; Kathy Cooper, Tommy Cooper; Judy Schloredt, Sandra Ulrich; Roberta Ulrich, Karen Ulrich; Judy Clark, Larry Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. R.H. {Dick) Durfee of Upton are the parents of a girl born Tuesday at the Weston County Memorial Hospital in Newcastle. The baby has been named Trudy Marie. Funeral services for John Tenke, 73, were held at the Meth- odist Church Wednesday. Tenke was born in 1888 in Buda- pest, Hungary and came to Canada when he was 17 where he homesteaded. He had resided in this area for 37 years after coming here from Canada. He is survived by his wife; two sons, Vincent and Leslie and three grandchildren. Jw Nuckolls and Don Steiger, both of Hulett, won the lion's share of Corriedale sheep and wool awards at the recent Wyo- ming State Fair at Douglas. 25 Years Ago October I, 1987 Alan Harper, formerly of Sundance and now a Cheyenne at- torney, has been appointed U.S. Trustee for federal bankruptcy proceedings in a three-state region of Wyoming, Colorado and Utah. His office will be located in Denver. He is married to the former Marjorie Taylor. The couple has three children, Cory, Lexie and La. Harper was recommended by the Wyoming congressional delegation and appointed by Attorney General Edwin Meese. The homecoming royalty nominees at Chadron State College include the husband and wife team of Pat and Beth Reilly of Hulett. He is majoring in mathematics and she is an elemen- tary education-psychology major. Your Local Dish Call for current promotions. 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