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n beaten Bulldog s m-- o00ce00s, comm,*00e*o, new nora,-,t. 00a00lou ma00e Wolves. in Hulett. Tate Willey made a motion to fix the sign going to The total assets of the Du Pont family have been esti- Blacktail Road listing people's mated at around $150 billion. names and how many miles 1-rmlked Sundance found themselves in at MoorcroR Friday 1:40 r( maining to defeat Moorcrofl win the northeast championship. Wolves outgained Sun- Bulldogs opened the scoring when Juan Martin kicked a 22- yard field goal in the third pe- riod. Moorcroft came back with three minutes left when Chad Gill rolled 21 yards around right end for the game's first touch- 7-6. Sundance came back for the winning score. On fourth down, JusUn Peterson hlt Jim Dunbar with an eight-yard pass and Dunbar then lateraled to Lance Drake who sprinted 60 yards for the touchdown. The con- times for 107 yards while Dan Johnson ran eight Umes for 47 yards. On defensive, Tony Williams had II tackles and Jason Newlin 10. Pete Hlavka and Chris Zoiler each had seven tackles and Drake came up from the highway. Kelli Willey seconded it. The committee Is Howard, Tate, Kelli and Lacy Willey and Jerad Stinson. The announcements are In your Newsletter. Meltssa Parnell Reporter 182-165 in the contest, down. Dale Howard added the version attempt failed, with two interceptions. ascoreless first half. the extra pointandtheWolvesled Offensively, Drake carried 19 i; |"1'' I:-O [ S homecoming set ItS activities week observed Creating The Perfect game with Midwest at l0 and I I a.m. with the homecoming dance planned from 9 until midnight in the SHS commons. Friday's homecoming activi- ties include the annual parade at l p.m. with a pep rally and mini-olympics at 2 p.m. Local businesses have been invited to form a team and enter the competition. Burning of the "S" will be held at 8 p.m.at the fairgrounds. No snake dance will be held after the burning this year. unbeaien Sundance enterlain Southeast Saturday in lhe 1990 homecoming game. Ttime is set lot 2 p.m. homecoming events inch]de a volleyball :iiiii: :: H, iiiiii: I lunch break to polish off the 16-inch pizza in front of him. It was no problem for Stale, who double- decked some of the slices and went on to win the bet with Juan. Photo by Howard Allen 2ii ? of a NATO summit meeting Kountry Korner last week in- two exchange students attending School this year. Martin (left) from Spain, shows bili to Stale Morche of Norway, who a brief period during his half-hour f you Lhought salsa was just for Mexican dishes, think again! A chunky-tyle relish, it can he made with just about any combination of tasty tidbits. T() add a welcome lift to everyday menus and refresh your palate, try "Fresh Pear Salsa." This savory dish features sweet,juicy pears, raisins, onion and celery delightfully seasoned with ginger and naturally brewed Kikkoman Soy Sauce. Only a soy sauce made from all natural ingredients and brewed over time has the distinctive flavor enhancing qualities to bring these diverse tastes into a tangy-sweet balance. Give your next meal --wheher it's pork, chicken, beef or turkey--a delicious sparkle with tempting I)ear .alsa. FRESH PEAR SALSA % cup raisins 3 tablespoons brown sugar, packed 1 tablespoon vinegar % cup Kikkoman Soy Sauce 2 teaspoons vegetable oil 1 cupchopped onion , cup chopped celery 2 teaspoons minced fresh gingec root 1% pounds ripe fresh pears, peeled, Cored and chopped tleat oil in large skillet over medium heat. Add onion and celery; saute 10 minutes. Add ginger; saute 5 minutes longer, or until onions are transparent. Stir in pears, raisins, brown sugar, vinegar and soy sauce. Reduce heal and simmer, uncovered, 10 minutes. Remove from heat; cool completely. Pour into airtight container and refrigerate until thoroughly chilled. Serve with pan-fried pork chops, hot or cold cooked chicken or turkey or roast t)eef, etc. Makes 3 cups. Redken Shampoo Liter Sale (Oliance, Amino Pan & Glypro-L) While Supplies Last SALE PRICE $9.95 each Reg. $15.95 each Pumps- $1.65 each Hair Boutique Phone 283-2470 Main Street The I Ith annual National High School Activities Week will be observed Oct. 15 to 20. The special week was developed as a means to increase the public's awareness of the values and needs of activity programs. Oflcial days during this year's observance are: Oct. 15 - NaUonal Officials Day. Oct. 16 - National Speech and Music Dayl Oct. 17 - National Chemical Health Awareness/Target Wyoming Day. Oct, 18 - National Good Sports Day. Oct. 19 - National Coaches Day. Fall arrived with many splendored colors this year, brilliant yellows ranging from bright gold to pale yellow and shades of brown, reds, pinks and multicolored leaves on the ash and fruit trees, the oakand cottonwood are Just now be- ginning to turn and show color. The slightest breeze that comes along now causes a flurry of colorful leaves to move along with IL Tentative schedules are as follows: Visitor center to remain open from 9 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. daily through October, weather conditions and visitation war- rantlng:ose hours.. ,Cp, ground faciliUes will remain open as long as there are no major freezes or storms caus- ing its closure. October is the day set the UniversityofWyomlng students of Evelyn Merrill, University of Wyoming researcher and pro- fessor, and the park research specialist to conduct a deer census in the park. They will accomplish this by means of a deer drive. September proved to be a very dry month with only .07 inch of precipitation recorded on the 19. High of 96 degrees was reached on Sept. 12. Night low of 29 degrees was recorded on the 14th, 22nd and 23rd of September. Climate--Indoors What's the weather like in- side your home today? A new booklet explains how, unlike the weather outdoors, home- owners can accurately control the "weather" conditions in their homes for increased comfort and savings. J J i Whether your home is comfortable and cost-ef- ficient could depend on what type of heating equip- ment you use. The full-color, 36-page booklet from Honeywell de- scribes the five components of a Perfect Climate system: temperature control, indoor air quality control, air distri- bution, controlled humidity and high efficiency heating and cooling equipment. It tells how they work together to provide such benefits as im- proved comfort, higher en. ergy savings, added conven- ience and possible relief from some allergy problems. Lively illustrations, graphics and tables show how to keep your heating and cool- ing equipment operating at peak efficiency and at the lowest possible cost and how to maintain proper humidity levels and ventilation. The booklet also suggests impor- tant questions you should ask your contractor if you're plan- ning to remodel, build or buy a ..... nv home, .... For a copy of"Welcome to a Perfect Climate" send $2 to: Perfect Climate Brochure, Honeywell Inquiries Depart- ment, MN12-4164, Honeywell Plaza, Minneapolis, MN 55408. Dofi't Let Your Competition Get The Jump On You l ADVERTISE IN THE CLASSIFIEDSI In Virginia in 1619 excess in dress was discouraged by placing a wardrobe tax. Blacktail Hustlers 4-H Club meets in September On September 4, 1990, the Blacktail Hustlers 4-H Club met at the Civic Center. Tare Willey led the American pledge and Christy Conroy led the 4-H pledge. Sarah Jay read roll call and 16 members were present. Sarah read the minutes of the previous meeting and there was a correction to the minutes. Justin Ballou gave the treasurer's report for the club. "IYavis Togstad gave a project report on the new slgn for the community center. Everyone reported on fair projects, Justin, Brian and Diana Ballou, Sarah, Zack and Birch Jay, Tale, Kelli and Lacey Willey, Melissa and Lee Parnell, Jerald Stinson, Samantha Bears, Christy Conroy and Travis Togstad. ppr.ry L00v, ngston for CROOK COUNTY COMMISSIONER Political Advertisement Paid For By Perry Livingston Re-Elect RAYMOND DENNIS as CROOK COUNTY COMMISSIONER * Lifetime County Resident * 4-Yrs. Experience as County Commissioner Pal. Adv. Paid for by Raymond Dennis Pl00se consider a vote for DUMBRILL REPUBLICAN FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY "I offer the Crook County voter real ability and experience preparing me for the County Attorney's office: * Bachelor of Science Degree in Law Enforcement * Police Experience in Gillette, Wyo. * 9 Years Experience as Town Prosecutor in Sundance and Moorcroft * Private Civil Practice * Private Criminal Defense Practice My broad pracUee of law in this county and my work on both sides of criminal law practice give me an understanding of the system that I would llke to put to work for the people of Crook County." Doug Dumbrfll Republican Candidate for CROOK COUNTY ATTORNEY Political Advertisement Paid For By Doug Dumbriil Bakm.otmd * Business Woman * College 6raduate VOTE JoAnn Flyte Democrat For Crook County ?ommissioner * Ranching, Teaching * Tourism * Crook Countg Economic and Tourism Development * Crook County Memorial Hospital * Crook County Law Enforcement * Crook County Roads and Bridges Political Advertisement Paid For By JoAnn Flyte WRITE - IN Vote THE BEST CHOICE'. Bob Gean For Crook County Sheriff The position of Sheriff should not be held lightly. It takes years of training and experience to hold the office of Sheriff. A Sheriff is in charge of Law Enforcement through the whole county which is approximately 2,897 square miles. A Sheriff works with his officers andcontinues to train and educate his officers in a professional and humane manner. What thls consists of Is when an officer is out on our roads he knows the law and has the proper attitude and knowledge to carry out a traffic stop, investigation, etc. The Sheriff Is responsible for what his officers do and what goes on In the Sheriff office itself. This is totally on the Sheriffs shoulders, not the Undersheriff or Officers. This means the Sheriff had better know hls Job and know It well. This is where the experience comes in. There will be many changes In the Sheriffs office, Policies need to be revised, Drug Programs need to be reinforced in our communities. Continued education for our Officers and Dispatchers need to be looked at. One thing I would llke to see is Dispatchers and officers Have more First Aid Training for incoming calls. The Information that the Dispatchers or Officers receive transmits to the EMS Personnel and could help on an emergency call. Most important, our next Sheriff needs to know the laws concerning our Jail System. The laws put all the responsibility on the Sheriff. A good example is if a prisoner's rights were violated, went to court, sued for 4 million and won. This would fall on the people of Crook County. Thls would raise taxes and cause a financial disaster. I know how to prevent these things by knowing the Law, from having the Experience. EXPERIENCE DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE ***WRITE- IN *** ***VOTE*** BOB 6EAN Paid For By Committee To Elect Bob Gean For Sheriff n beaten Bulldog s m-- o00ce00s, comm,*00e*o, new nora,-,t. 00a00lou ma00e Wolves. in Hulett. Tate Willey made a motion to fix the sign going to The total assets of the Du Pont family have been esti- Blacktail Road listing people's mated at around $150 billion. names and how many miles 1-rmlked Sundance found themselves in at MoorcroR Friday 1:40 r( maining to defeat Moorcrofl win the northeast championship. Wolves outgained Sun- Bulldogs opened the scoring when Juan Martin kicked a 22- yard field goal in the third pe- riod. Moorcroft came back with three minutes left when Chad Gill rolled 21 yards around right end for the game's first touch- 7-6. Sundance came back for the winning score. On fourth down, JusUn Peterson hlt Jim Dunbar with an eight-yard pass and Dunbar then lateraled to Lance Drake who sprinted 60 yards for the touchdown. The con- times for 107 yards while Dan Johnson ran eight Umes for 47 yards. On defensive, Tony Williams had II tackles and Jason Newlin 10. Pete Hlavka and Chris Zoiler each had seven tackles and Drake came up from the highway. Kelli Willey seconded it. The committee Is Howard, Tate, Kelli and Lacy Willey and Jerad Stinson. The announcements are In your Newsletter. Meltssa Parnell Reporter 182-165 in the contest, down. Dale Howard added the version attempt failed, with two interceptions. ascoreless first half. the extra pointandtheWolvesled Offensively, Drake carried 19 i; |"1'' I:-O [ S homecoming set ItS activities week observed Creating The Perfect game with Midwest at l0 and I I a.m. with the homecoming dance planned from 9 until midnight in the SHS commons. Friday's homecoming activi- ties include the annual parade at l p.m. with a pep rally and mini-olympics at 2 p.m. Local businesses have been invited to form a team and enter the competition. Burning of the "S" will be held at 8 p.m.at the fairgrounds. No snake dance will be held after the burning this year. unbeaien Sundance enterlain Southeast Saturday in lhe 1990 homecoming game. Ttime is set lot 2 p.m. homecoming events inch]de a volleyball :iiiii: :: H, iiiiii: I lunch break to polish off the 16-inch pizza in front of him. It was no problem for Stale, who double- decked some of the slices and went on to win the bet with Juan. Photo by Howard Allen 2ii ? of a NATO summit meeting Kountry Korner last week in- two exchange students attending School this year. Martin (left) from Spain, shows bili to Stale Morche of Norway, who a brief period during his half-hour f you Lhought salsa was just for Mexican dishes, think again! A chunky-tyle relish, it can he made with just about any combination of tasty tidbits. T() add a welcome lift to everyday menus and refresh your palate, try "Fresh Pear Salsa." This savory dish features sweet,juicy pears, raisins, onion and celery delightfully seasoned with ginger and naturally brewed Kikkoman Soy Sauce. Only a soy sauce made from all natural ingredients and brewed over time has the distinctive flavor enhancing qualities to bring these diverse tastes into a tangy-sweet balance. Give your next meal --wheher it's pork, chicken, beef or turkey--a delicious sparkle with tempting I)ear .alsa. FRESH PEAR SALSA % cup raisins 3 tablespoons brown sugar, packed 1 tablespoon vinegar % cup Kikkoman Soy Sauce 2 teaspoons vegetable oil 1 cupchopped onion , cup chopped celery 2 teaspoons minced fresh gingec root 1% pounds ripe fresh pears, peeled, Cored and chopped tleat oil in large skillet over medium heat. Add onion and celery; saute 10 minutes. Add ginger; saute 5 minutes longer, or until onions are transparent. Stir in pears, raisins, brown sugar, vinegar and soy sauce. Reduce heal and simmer, uncovered, 10 minutes. Remove from heat; cool completely. Pour into airtight container and refrigerate until thoroughly chilled. Serve with pan-fried pork chops, hot or cold cooked chicken or turkey or roast t)eef, etc. Makes 3 cups. Redken Shampoo Liter Sale (Oliance, Amino Pan & Glypro-L) While Supplies Last SALE PRICE $9.95 each Reg. $15.95 each Pumps- $1.65 each Hair Boutique Phone 283-2470 Main Street The I Ith annual National High School Activities Week will be observed Oct. 15 to 20. The special week was developed as a means to increase the public's awareness of the values and needs of activity programs. Oflcial days during this year's observance are: Oct. 15 - NaUonal Officials Day. Oct. 16 - National Speech and Music Dayl Oct. 17 - National Chemical Health Awareness/Target Wyoming Day. Oct, 18 - National Good Sports Day. Oct. 19 - National Coaches Day. Fall arrived with many splendored colors this year, brilliant yellows ranging from bright gold to pale yellow and shades of brown, reds, pinks and multicolored leaves on the ash and fruit trees, the oakand cottonwood are Just now be- ginning to turn and show color. The slightest breeze that comes along now causes a flurry of colorful leaves to move along with IL Tentative schedules are as follows: Visitor center to remain open from 9 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. daily through October, weather conditions and visitation war- rantlng:ose hours.. ,Cp, ground faciliUes will remain open as long as there are no major freezes or storms caus- ing its closure. October is the day set the UniversityofWyomlng students of Evelyn Merrill, University of Wyoming researcher and pro- fessor, and the park research specialist to conduct a deer census in the park. They will accomplish this by means of a deer drive. September proved to be a very dry month with only .07 inch of precipitation recorded on the 19. High of 96 degrees was reached on Sept. 12. Night low of 29 degrees was recorded on the 14th, 22nd and 23rd of September. Climate--Indoors What's the weather like in- side your home today? A new booklet explains how, unlike the weather outdoors, home- owners can accurately control the "weather" conditions in their homes for increased comfort and savings. J J i Whether your home is comfortable and cost-ef- ficient could depend on what type of heating equip- ment you use. The full-color, 36-page booklet from Honeywell de- scribes the five components of a Perfect Climate system: temperature control, indoor air quality control, air distri- bution, controlled humidity and high efficiency heating and cooling equipment. It tells how they work together to provide such benefits as im- proved comfort, higher en. ergy savings, added conven- ience and possible relief from some allergy problems. Lively illustrations, graphics and tables show how to keep your heating and cool- ing equipment operating at peak efficiency and at the lowest possible cost and how to maintain proper humidity levels and ventilation. The booklet also suggests impor- tant questions you should ask your contractor if you're plan- ning to remodel, build or buy a ..... nv home, .... For a copy of"Welcome to a Perfect Climate" send $2 to: Perfect Climate Brochure, Honeywell Inquiries Depart- ment, MN12-4164, Honeywell Plaza, Minneapolis, MN 55408. Dofi't Let Your Competition Get The Jump On You l ADVERTISE IN THE CLASSIFIEDSI In Virginia in 1619 excess in dress was discouraged by placing a wardrobe tax. Blacktail Hustlers 4-H Club meets in September On September 4, 1990, the Blacktail Hustlers 4-H Club met at the Civic Center. Tare Willey led the American pledge and Christy Conroy led the 4-H pledge. Sarah Jay read roll call and 16 members were present. Sarah read the minutes of the previous meeting and there was a correction to the minutes. Justin Ballou gave the treasurer's report for the club. "IYavis Togstad gave a project report on the new slgn for the community center. Everyone reported on fair projects, Justin, Brian and Diana Ballou, Sarah, Zack and Birch Jay, Tale, Kelli and Lacey Willey, Melissa and Lee Parnell, Jerald Stinson, Samantha Bears, Christy Conroy and Travis Togstad. ppr.ry L00v, ngston for CROOK COUNTY COMMISSIONER Political Advertisement Paid For By Perry Livingston Re-Elect RAYMOND DENNIS as CROOK COUNTY COMMISSIONER * Lifetime County Resident * 4-Yrs. Experience as County Commissioner Pal. Adv. Paid for by Raymond Dennis Pl00se consider a vote for DUMBRILL REPUBLICAN FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY "I offer the Crook County voter real ability and experience preparing me for the County Attorney's office: * Bachelor of Science Degree in Law Enforcement * Police Experience in Gillette, Wyo. * 9 Years Experience as Town Prosecutor in Sundance and Moorcroft * Private Civil Practice * Private Criminal Defense Practice My broad pracUee of law in this county and my work on both sides of criminal law practice give me an understanding of the system that I would llke to put to work for the people of Crook County." Doug Dumbrfll Republican Candidate for CROOK COUNTY ATTORNEY Political Advertisement Paid For By Doug Dumbriil Bakm.otmd * Business Woman * College 6raduate VOTE JoAnn Flyte Democrat For Crook County ?ommissioner * Ranching, Teaching * Tourism * Crook Countg Economic and Tourism Development * Crook County Memorial Hospital * Crook County Law Enforcement * Crook County Roads and Bridges Political Advertisement Paid For By JoAnn Flyte WRITE - IN Vote THE BEST CHOICE'. Bob Gean For Crook County Sheriff The position of Sheriff should not be held lightly. It takes years of training and experience to hold the office of Sheriff. A Sheriff is in charge of Law Enforcement through the whole county which is approximately 2,897 square miles. A Sheriff works with his officers andcontinues to train and educate his officers in a professional and humane manner. What thls consists of Is when an officer is out on our roads he knows the law and has the proper attitude and knowledge to carry out a traffic stop, investigation, etc. The Sheriff Is responsible for what his officers do and what goes on In the Sheriff office itself. This is totally on the Sheriffs shoulders, not the Undersheriff or Officers. This means the Sheriff had better know hls Job and know It well. This is where the experience comes in. There will be many changes In the Sheriffs office, Policies need to be revised, Drug Programs need to be reinforced in our communities. Continued education for our Officers and Dispatchers need to be looked at. One thing I would llke to see is Dispatchers and officers Have more First Aid Training for incoming calls. The Information that the Dispatchers or Officers receive transmits to the EMS Personnel and could help on an emergency call. Most important, our next Sheriff needs to know the laws concerning our Jail System. The laws put all the responsibility on the Sheriff. A good example is if a prisoner's rights were violated, went to court, sued for 4 million and won. This would fall on the people of Crook County. Thls would raise taxes and cause a financial disaster. I know how to prevent these things by knowing the Law, from having the Experience. EXPERIENCE DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE ***WRITE- IN *** ***VOTE*** BOB 6EAN Paid For By Committee To Elect Bob Gean For Sheriff