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Appearing in this week's Citt. zens of Tomorrow feature are Kristi Mooney, S and Glen Moon- ey, 8. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. John Mooney, Sun- dance. CROOK COUNTY SUNDANCE, WYOMING By William A. Semlek Clerk Publish: Jan. 4, 11, 18, 25, 1973. Houston Creek Irene Snider Jan. 13 Eddie Chatfield and Nelson Vineyard were Saturday morning callers at the Jim Habeck home. Wilford, Lois and Harold Ken- nedy kept doctor appointments in CROOK COUNTY SUNDANCE, WYOMING Chipper Chatfleld home, and THE SUNDANCE TIMES visited at the Paul Myers after Sundance, Wyo Jan. 18, church services. Richard and Irene Snider were Monday sup- per guests af the Earl Shaw home. Mrs. Gene Snell hosted Mrs. Carl Foltz of Billings, Mont. a bir dy supper for Mrs. Rich- arrived Saturday to spend a few ard Snider Wednesday night,days at Chatfields. Richard Snider attended a 4-H meeting at the Roy McKinney home Wednesday after school. Richard and Irene Snider were in Sheridan Thursday afternoon and Friday. They spent the night at the Frank Snider home and visited the Charlie Fausts and Gordon Outzens in Gillette Kura Kats 4-H Club Meets at Disney Home Regular meeting of the Kara Kats 4-H Club was held Jan. 7 at the Bob Disney home with Joyce Disney leading the pledges. Sundance and Belle Fourche enroute. During the meeting, the club Monday. Jim Habeck was a A Houston Creek telephone decided to discontinue the weight- Tuesday caller at Kennedys.meeting was held at the Gene gaing contest because of a lack Harold Kennedy returned to Taylor home Saturday night,of interest shown by county 4-H Sheridan on Thursday for col- Those attending were Chipper members. NOTICE OF APPLICATION issuance of said letters, lege. Wilford and Lois Kennedy Chatfield, Francis Grubb, Wilford A sleigh-riding party was plan- RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Dated this 26th day of I)ecem. were in St. Onge on Friday.and Lois Kennedy, Jim, Naomi ned Feb. 4 at 2 p.m. at the Don Ken Prier of Calif. arrived at and Lee Habeek, Robert Froland- Brunson home. FOR ber, 1972. Marion Cure,the Robert Frolander home Sun- er, Tom Richards, Ruth Frolan- Tickets for the 4-H council's Notice is hereby given that on the 8th day of January, 1973, Clerk of Court day to make his home with his der, John and Edith Swenson, bed raffle were distributed to L. Nussbaurn and By Martha L. Bailey, sister and family. -- Ethel Chatfield, Richard and members. Members will hand in (One) Wesley Neal Garrnan was a inurs- Irene Snide.r, Wilbur and Patty the money from the sale of the Grace Nussbaum filed an appli- Deputy day evening caller at the John Crawford and family, Reno tickets at the February meeting. cation for a Retail Liquor License (SEAL) Swanson home. Lytle, Hally Oudin, Roger Rath- Club members also decided on in the office of the Clerk of the Reynolds & Hughes, AttmmeysRichard and Irene Snider and bun, Everett and Randy Humph- the projects they will take during City of Sundance, Wyoming for Dec. 28; Jan. 4, 11, 18. Ethel Chatfield were Sunday din- ray. the year and project leaders were the following described place and ner guests at the Berenice Chat- Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Gibson selected. premises, to-wit: field home. Mrs. Eva Willey and were Sunday supper guests at Two movies, "Profitable Beef W of Lot 10 and East Lisa and Mrs. Donna Willey of the C ipper Chatfield home.Production" and "Judging Here- 18 of Lot 9, Original Town- Hulett were Thursday callers. Afternoon callers were Dan Tay- ford Cattle," were shown by site operated under the trade NOTICE OF COMPLETION Berenice Chatfleld and Ethel lor, Guy Vineyard, David Schell- Phillis D sney. 4-H calendars Chatfield were in Spearfish Fri- doff, Robert Frolander and Mike. from Duffee's were also given name and style of Longhorn AND FINAL PAYMENT day. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clmffield Ruth Frolander was a Tuesday to the members. Bar, in City of Sundance,SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. ONE and girls were Saturday callers., supper guest. Chipper and Rdreshmonts were served at- Ethel Chatfield a panled Margery Chatfield were in Belle tar the meeting by Mrs. Bob Arlene Taylor to church Wed- Fonrcbe on Friday. Mr. andDisney. nesday evening. Ruth Frolander was a Friday supper guest at the Fritz Chatfield home. Fritz Chat-field was a Sunday dinner guest at the Wilbur Craw- ford home. Mr.,and Mrs. Linaeu Crawford and family were after- noon callers. Mrs. Wilbur Craw- ford and family attended a 4-H meeting at Taylors Friday even- ing. Fritz Chatfield was a Sat- urday caller. Donna Grnbb was in Gillette to Under the provisions of Sec- tion 9-678, Wyoming Compiled Statutes 1957, NOTICE IS HERE- BY GIVEN that School District No. One, Crook Co ty, Stmdance, Wyoming, is advised the work is substanitally completed for Alter- ations to Gymnasium, Sundance High School, Sundance, Wyoming, same work being under con- tract to Western Construction Supply, and this Contractor is en- titled to final settlemem there- for. On the forty-first day ter the first publication of this notice, namely: February 14, 1973, School District No. One will make final payment to the Contractor herein raentioned for the herein referred to work for the full amount less minor adjuslments due him under said contract as recommended by the Architect, and in the e- veto that any claim is not filed with said School District No. oae, Crnok County, Sundance, Wyoming, prior to said February 14, 1973, the emma shail ho waiv. ed. SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. ONE play basketball Tuesday evening. Francis Grnbb was in Belle Four- che Tuesday. Francis and Math- ilda Grubb were in St. Onge on ' Friday. Mrs. Francis Grubb and girls were in town Sat. night to the basketball game. Sunday guests at the Gene Taylor home were Mr. and Mrs. Roger King and sons of Rapid City. Irene Snider called, on Wednesday and Fritz Chatfiela was there Thursday. Mrs. Gene Taylor and Guy were in Belle Fourche on Thurs- day. Carlile Wranglers held a 4-H meeting at the Gene Taylor home Friday evening. Dan Tay- lor called on Orville Pickerd Fri- day evening. Arlene Taylor was at Crawfords in the afternoon. Richard and Irene Suider were Sunday supper guests at the Carnation Genetics Breeding Service No. 2, Sliced or Halves HUNT'S PEACHES ............................ 3 for $1.00 Hunt's 46 Oz. TOMATO JUICE ............................................ 39 Hunt's 6 Pack TOMATO JUICE ........................................ 49 Hunt's 15 Oz. TOMATO SAUCE ........................................... . ...... 23 Old Home 11/2 lb. ' RANCH LOAF BREAD ........................................ 39 Old Home FRENCH BREAD .......................................... 37 Old Home HONEY CRACKED WHEAT BERAD ............ 35 All Flavors CARNATION SPREADABLES ........................ 59 While They Lest NUTS IN THE SHELL lb. 49 PECANS .................................................. lb. 69 Kraft 7 Oz. MARSHMALLOW CREME ................ 4 for $1.00 Campbell's TOMATO SOUP ................................ 8 for $1.00 Keebler's 1 lb. SALTINE CRACKERS ................................ 2 for 79 Hi-C FRUIT DRINKS .................................. 3 for $I.00 SNOBOY ORANGES ..................... 5 Ibs. -- $1.00 Snoboy Extra Fancy RED DELICIOUS APPLES ............. 3 Ibs. -- $1.00 1-90 Texaco Cafe Sundance 7:30 P.M. SPEAKER: Ed Harmon, Carnation Genetics Breeding Service Information on Carnation Beef Bulls, including the latest exotics -- Fleckvieh, Gelbvieh, Chianine and Blond d' Aquataine. Crossbreeding Practical Beef A. I. Setting up your own Beef A. I. program. Snoboy ORANGE JUICE ............................. Gal. -- 98 BARBECUED CHICKENS FRIDAY & SATURDAY USDA Choice ROUND STEAK ........... - ........................ lb. $1.15 2 WEEKS to finish your JOHANN HAVILAND CHINA SETTINGS Prices Good Jan. 18-19-20 County of Crook, State of Wyoming, and protests, if any there be, against the issuance of such li- cense will be heard at the hour d 8:00 p.m. on the 5th day of February, 1973 in the City Hail. Phyllis McLaughlin, City Clerk (SEAL) Jan. 11-18-25, Feb. I, 1973 NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE All creditors and others inter. ested in the Estate of James W. Dobson, deceased, take notice that the undersigned executor will on or before the 26th day of January, 1973, file in the of. rice of the Clerk of Court of Crook County, Wyoming, his fin- al account and petition for dis- tribution of said estate, where anyone interested may examine such account and petition and file objections thereto in writing on or before the 6th day of Feb- ruary, 1973, and if no objections are filed thereto, he will make final sottlemem of said estate on the 7th day of February, 1973, m as soou thereai s" as the matter may be heard. I ted at Sundance, Wyoming, 4th day of January, 1973. James E. Dobson, Exectrtor Reynolds & Hughes, Attorneys Jan. 4-11-18-25, 1973. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT WITHIN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CROOK AND STATE OF WYOMING In the Matter of the Estate of E. A. Oberlin, also known as Edson A. Oberlin, Jr., Deceased. Notice of Petition for Probate of Foreign Will Notice is hereby given that an authenticated copy of the will of E. A. Oberlin, also known as Edson A. Oberlin, Jr., deceased, and the probate proceedings had thereon in the State of Ohio, has been filed for probate in the a- beve entitled court, and that Regina L. Oberlin has filed a petition for the issuance to her of Letters Testamentary; and fur- ther that the 25th day of Jaw uary, 1973, has been fixed as the date for bearing proof of said will and considering the applica- tion for the issuance of Letters Testamentary. All persons in- terested are required to appear at the hour of 10 o'clock in the fore- noon of said date at the court room of said court in the court home at Sundance, Crook Coun- ty, Wyoming, and show cause, if any they have, in opposition to the proof of said will and the INFORNUkTION FOR 1 on ! A.I. BREEDING PROGRAM Dixon A. I. Service-Carnation Bill Dixon -- Newcestle, Wyo. MITCHELL & TUCKER A. I. 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