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Page 12 - Thursday, October 17, 2002 Mmmmmm good....... Neva Buresh, Annabelle EIIsbury and Marie Jackson are shown here as they teamed up last Friday at the Crook County Senior Services Annual Bazaar & Bake Sale held at the Old High School gym. A few tempting bake sale items were still available just prior to the lunchtime rush. i,iiiii ii iii Crook County Senior Services, Inc. holds annual meeting Crook County Senior Services, Inc. held their annual meeting on October 12, 2002, at the Moorcroft Senior Center. Members reviewed the annual fiscal report and also the status of the services provided by the Senior Services. They then elected new directors of the Board that were nominated by the centers. Those elected were: Ardys Nilsen, for the Hulett area; Berneta Perala for Director- at-Large; Leroy Hinckley, for the Moorcroft area. The Board then elected officers. Sharron De Rocher was elected President, Bernita Perala was elected Vice President, Charlotte Sharp was elected Secretary, and Gib Wilson was elected Treasurer. Use the Classifieds they work quick [ P lumllllv i 7:00 & 9.' Duplicate Bridge 10/08/02 2- I / 2 Tables I. Mildred Durfee and Larry Patterson 2. Floyd Carr and Harold Bemd 3. Claudis Carr and Donna Allen To 9 i Illlfl FII| who 7:15 & 9:15 you lelve Scrday & S,ay ,:,,,,:,,:'"':' ABANEDN N Ends Thurs., : 7.'t5 & 9:15 qlTe Tuxedo's;:3 -'& 25 .... 11"2 n" Itl I o ---. I:N 2002 Buick LeSabre gmm SACAIt MOVIE SERIES October 20 at ZOO pm & 21at 7.oo pm "Athene" SAT. CItlIRENS MOVIE SERIES Week #1 19 Iz zpm The Coury Sears' Saturday & Sunday BARGAIN MATINEE! All Seats $4.75 BOX OmcE O-NS M-F 6:30 * SAT. 1:30 * SUN 1:30 AILTS $7.00 * CHWEN $4.75 1-90 & HIGHWAY 8S, SPEARfiSH 605-642-4212 "WHERE THE" KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance Times Wyoming Republican tour to Hulett Lion's Club to hold ann stop in Sundance Monday Republican candidates will tour Wyoming Oct. 19-29 with the People to People bus tour stopping in Sundance on October 21. The tour is sponsored by the Wyoming Republican Party. U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, Congresswoman Barbara Cubin, Governor candidate Eli Bebout, Sec- retary of State Joe Meyer, State/Auditor Max MaxfielL_State Trea- surer Cynthia Lummis, and SuperCennt of Public Insteudtion can- didate Trent Blankenship want to meet with the people of Wyoming. The stop in Sundance will be at noon in the courthouse community room. Crook County Chairman Glen Wyatt said, "The county party is hosting a luncheon for all those wanting to meet and greet the state- wide and local candidates. This is a great way to meet with the candi- dates one on one. They are anxious to listen to our concerns." Senator Craig Thomas, Governor Jim Geringer, Superintendent of Public Instruction Judy Catchpole, former Senator Alan Simpson and former Governor and Senator Cliff Hansen will join the group for portions of the tour. The Republicans are touring Wyoming's 23 coun- ties listening to the people and sharing their concerns, ranging from the economy and jobs to education. "Hunters' Pancake Supper" The Hulett Lions Club is planning its annual "Hunters' Supper" to be held on Thursday, October 31, from 5:00 to 7:30 the Hulett Civic Center. Admission is $5 for those 12 and for Seniors and ages 5-11 and those under 5 are admitted free, Lions are offering an 'all you can eat' menu of pancakes, coffee, eggs, biscuits and gravy. The Hulett Lions is a non-profit, philanthropic organization rily concerned with providing eyesight assistance to the needy. They purchase eyeglasses for those who can afford well as providing funds and labor for several local community annually. They finance their various projects in a number including through their annual "Pancake Supper." Members community are urged to support this important event. Sell it fast- use the Cla Paid for by Floyd Canfield I would greatly appreciate 4 your support on November 5 [00Vote Floyd Canfield FOR CROOK COUNTY COMMISSIONER f Under Book! 2002 Pontiac r.-- Pr $S, . 200O Ford Windstar SE 1999 GMC 1SO0 4x4 .\\; North arfis 1994 Buick LeSabre BREAK  THROUGH (KBB : KELLEY BLUE BOOK WEBSITE, CURRENT AS OF 10/9/02. NO TRADE SALE PRICEs.TRADE-INS APPRAISED AT ACTUAL Page 12 - Thursday, October 17, 2002 Mmmmmm good....... Neva Buresh, Annabelle EIIsbury and Marie Jackson are shown here as they teamed up last Friday at the Crook County Senior Services Annual Bazaar & Bake Sale held at the Old High School gym. A few tempting bake sale items were still available just prior to the lunchtime rush. i,iiiii ii iii Crook County Senior Services, Inc. holds annual meeting Crook County Senior Services, Inc. held their annual meeting on October 12, 2002, at the Moorcroft Senior Center. Members reviewed the annual fiscal report and also the status of the services provided by the Senior Services. They then elected new directors of the Board that were nominated by the centers. Those elected were: Ardys Nilsen, for the Hulett area; Berneta Perala for Director- at-Large; Leroy Hinckley, for the Moorcroft area. The Board then elected officers. Sharron De Rocher was elected President, Bernita Perala was elected Vice President, Charlotte Sharp was elected Secretary, and Gib Wilson was elected Treasurer. Use the Classifieds they work quick [ P lumllllv i 7:00 & 9.' Duplicate Bridge 10/08/02 2- I / 2 Tables I. Mildred Durfee and Larry Patterson 2. Floyd Carr and Harold Bemd 3. Claudis Carr and Donna Allen To 9 i Illlfl FII| who 7:15 & 9:15 you lelve Scrday & S,ay ,:,,,,:,,:'"':' ABANEDN N Ends Thurs., : 7.'t5 & 9:15 qlTe Tuxedo's;:3 -'& 25 .... 11"2 n" Itl I o ---. I:N 2002 Buick LeSabre gmm SACAIt MOVIE SERIES October 20 at ZOO pm & 21at 7.oo pm "Athene" SAT. CItlIRENS MOVIE SERIES Week #1 19 Iz zpm The Coury Sears' Saturday & Sunday BARGAIN MATINEE! All Seats $4.75 BOX OmcE O-NS M-F 6:30 * SAT. 1:30 * SUN 1:30 AILTS $7.00 * CHWEN $4.75 1-90 & HIGHWAY 8S, SPEARfiSH 605-642-4212 "WHERE THE" KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance Times Wyoming Republican tour to Hulett Lion's Club to hold ann stop in Sundance Monday Republican candidates will tour Wyoming Oct. 19-29 with the People to People bus tour stopping in Sundance on October 21. The tour is sponsored by the Wyoming Republican Party. U.S. Senator Mike Enzi, Congresswoman Barbara Cubin, Governor candidate Eli Bebout, Sec- retary of State Joe Meyer, State/Auditor Max MaxfielL_State Trea- surer Cynthia Lummis, and SuperCennt of Public Insteudtion can- didate Trent Blankenship want to meet with the people of Wyoming. The stop in Sundance will be at noon in the courthouse community room. Crook County Chairman Glen Wyatt said, "The county party is hosting a luncheon for all those wanting to meet and greet the state- wide and local candidates. This is a great way to meet with the candi- dates one on one. They are anxious to listen to our concerns." Senator Craig Thomas, Governor Jim Geringer, Superintendent of Public Instruction Judy Catchpole, former Senator Alan Simpson and former Governor and Senator Cliff Hansen will join the group for portions of the tour. The Republicans are touring Wyoming's 23 coun- ties listening to the people and sharing their concerns, ranging from the economy and jobs to education. "Hunters' Pancake Supper" The Hulett Lions Club is planning its annual "Hunters' Supper" to be held on Thursday, October 31, from 5:00 to 7:30 the Hulett Civic Center. Admission is $5 for those 12 and for Seniors and ages 5-11 and those under 5 are admitted free, Lions are offering an 'all you can eat' menu of pancakes, coffee, eggs, biscuits and gravy. The Hulett Lions is a non-profit, philanthropic organization rily concerned with providing eyesight assistance to the needy. They purchase eyeglasses for those who can afford well as providing funds and labor for several local community annually. They finance their various projects in a number including through their annual "Pancake Supper." Members community are urged to support this important event. Sell it fast- use the Cla Paid for by Floyd Canfield I would greatly appreciate 4 your support on November 5 [00Vote Floyd Canfield FOR CROOK COUNTY COMMISSIONER f Under Book! 2002 Pontiac r.-- Pr $S, . 200O Ford Windstar SE 1999 GMC 1SO0 4x4 .\\; North arfis 1994 Buick LeSabre BREAK  THROUGH (KBB : KELLEY BLUE BOOK WEBSITE, CURRENT AS OF 10/9/02. NO TRADE SALE PRICEs.TRADE-INS APPRAISED AT ACTUAL