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:r- 'So ld Former 4-H'er Wins $400 Scholarship Joel Bousmen The Chicago & North Western Railway Company has awarded a $400 4-H Agricultural Econom- ics scholarship to Joel Bousman of Boulder. Bousman, 20, a junior at the University of Wyoming, is ma- joring in agricultural economics and specializing in farm and ranch management. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bousman, operate a 2,100-acre ranch. "After graduation from col- lege and discharge from the U.S. Army, I plan to return to the ranch as a way of life," he Said. "I felt the best way to prepare for this was to major in a field in which my degree could be best utilized." Bousman was chosen to re- ceive the scholarship by the Cooperative Extension Service, ~hich supervises 4-H activities. e also has received scholar- ships for high school honors and froin the Federal Land Bank. In addition, he has about 20 head of commercial Hereford cattle which help to pay his col- lege expenses. During his years in 4-H Bous. man concentrated on the baby beef program, but also was ac- tive in leathercraft, winning rib- bons for his leathercraft exhib. its at the Sublette County Fair. While in high school he was president of the student body and a member of the National r~Onor Society. ADVENTIST CHURCH R. F. Currola, Pestm, M. R. Burton, Ainu. Peslor Sabbath School, Saturday 9:30 - 10:30. C tumh Service, tmxky 11 a.m.. 12 a~m. Wednesday night, prayer meet- tug 7:30. Sunday night, eungelietle sat- Vice 7:30. S'r. PAUL S CATHOLIC CHURCH Rev. Cletus Prado Winter schedule: Sundance, 8:30 a.~n. Upton, 10:30 a.m. Mooreroft, 12 noon. SUNDANCE METHODIST CHURCH bert Tim Ray. Richard Gil , Upton dhurch services. 9 a.m. Sunday ool. 10 a.rn. W. S. C. S. Every Third Thurs- day. MT. CALVARY LUTHERAN Rev. Alien Maleske, Pastor Chm'ch Service, 9 a.m. Sunday Ehool, 10 a.m. .. _ _Meetings for the mon,m: First ~o aY, Aid, p.m. Ladies 8 ond Thursday, Walther Lea.gue, 8 p.m. ralrd Thursday, monthly yah es meeting. Small and Large Appliances All Power Tools C & V APPLIANCE Fifth Avenue Belle Fourths, S. D. Confirmation every Thursday at 4 p.m. THE CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD, EPISCOPAL The Rev. Patterson Keller, Vicar SUNDAYS: 7:00 a.m. Holy Com- munion. 9:30 a.m. Morning Pray- er and Sermon (1st Sunday Holy Communion) Nursery. Sunday, 9:30 e.m. - Church school ages 3,5 and grades 1-8. Public Cordially Invited. WEDNESDAY: 10:00 a.m. Holy Communion (Nursery) SAINT DAYS & HOLY DAYS: 7:00 a.m. Holy Communion. SUNDANCE BIBLE CHURCH Rev. Sigurd Johnson, Pastor Sunday School, 9:30 to 10:45 a. m. Now being held at Me Sigurd Johnson trailer. There will not be any worship service until fur. ther notice. SUNDANCE BIBLE CHURCH Sunday School - 9:30 a.m. at Johnson trailer house. No wor- ship services until further no- tice. SUNDANCE WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. E. B. Johmon Sunday School - I0 a.m. Wor- ship 11 a.m. Sunday evening services - 7 p.m. alternate Sun- day beginning Oct. 6. Thursday evening services - 7:30 p.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST New Testament Christianity r Place - Houston Creek, 8 miles west on Highway 14. Services only on Sunday eve- ning at 7 p.m. during the winter months. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that on the 6th day of January 1969, Al- bert Huff and Bee,trice Huff, do- ing business as ~Pastime Bar & Louge filed an application for a Retail Liquor License in the of- rice of the Clerk of the City o~ Sundance, Wyoming for the fol- lowing described place and prem- ises, to-wit: W of Lot I0, East 18 feet of Lot 9 in Block 9, Original Townsite, and pro- tests, if any there be, against the issuance of such license will be heard at the hour of 8:00 p.m. on the 3rd day of February, 1969, in the City hall. Phyllis McLaughlin, City Clerk (SEAL) Dated: January 6, 1969. Jan. 9-16-23-30. Sundance, Wyo. Ja~ 23, 1969 m_- ..... ~__-a Spearfish Motor Co. -- Ph. 642-2736 Chevrolet -- Bulek Sales and Servle ~k" CHEVROLET TRUCKS --- Sales end Servlee NEW CAR LEASING ~k" GMAC AUTO FINANCING MIC AUTO INSURANCE ~, OK USED CARS -- G-W WARRANTY ~k" COMPLETE BODY PAINTING, REBUILDING, GLASS MOTOR TUNE-UP ~k" MOTOR OVERHAULING COMPLETE LUBRICATION SERVICE AND WASHING 24.HOUR WRECKER SERVICE (Nits Phone 642-2972) -- Plus -- lit" GENUINE CHEVROLET AND BUICK PARTS AND ACCESSORIES Motor Co. The complete Aute Dealership -- for your motoring pleasure. TAGS F0R 1969 ...... $2.so ..... Ss.oo All dogs over (6) months are eligible for licenses. A valid rabies shot certificate must be brought along when obtaining a license. Licenses will be available from the city marshal on these dates: Jan. 24 - 25 - 31 Feb. 1 - 7- 8 - 14 - 15 City Hall, 3 to 6 p.m. NOTICE OF SUIT STATE OF WYOMING ) )SS. COUNTY OF CROOK ) TO: ELIZABETH KOHLER, whose last kn~vn address was 302 S. Cleveland, Loveland, Colorado; LORA SWITZER, whose last known address was Mankato, Kansas; HAROLD TWDLAN, Guardian o LEWIS G. FRANKAMP, whose last known address was 601 N. Darr, Grand Island, Nebraska; 'LAURA READ, whose last known address was 301 E. 19th Street, Hays, Kansas; ERNEST H. FRANKAMP, whose last known address was Route 3, St. James, Minnesota; GI~ORGE FRANK. A~IP, whose last known address was Courtland, Kansas; WKJ.JAM FRANKAMP, deceased, whose last known ,address was Novata, Call. fornia, and his executors, administrators, heirs, .assigns and devlsce~ whose names and addresses are unknown; HARRY FRANKAMP, de- ceased, whose last known address was Mankato, Minnesota, and hie executors, administrators, heirs, assigns and devisees, whose names and addresses are unknown; KARL B. FRANKA~P, deceased, whose last known address was Hays Center, Ndtraska, and his executors, administrators, heirs, assigns and devisees, whose names and address- es are unknown: You are notified that on the 7th day o January, 1969, the State Highway Commission of Wyoming commenced an action against you in the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, the object and prayer of which is to take, hold and appropriate for public use an access facility highway in the County of Crook, State of Wyoming, said public highway to be a portion of Interstate Highway 90 and also identified and known as Project 1-90-4 (26) 162, the following describ- ed land situate in the County of Crook, Wyoming, to wit: "All that portion of the SSW Section 26, SSE Section 27, T. 50 N., R. 68 W. of the 6th P.M., Wyoming, lying between the northerly right of way boundary of presently existing U. S. Highway No. 14,16 and a par- allel right of way line of hereinafter stated distances to the right or northerly side when measured at right angles or radially to the following described survey line of highway, said parallel righ~ of way line beginning on the east boundary of ,said SSW and ending on the west boundary of said SSEV4: Beginning at a point on the east boundary of said SSW from which the south- east corner thereof bears S. 0 33' E. a distance of 601.4 feet, said point of beginning also being located on a 1" 15' circular curve to the left, the radius of w~ieh is 4583.7 bet and at which point a line tange~ to said curve bears S. 77" 11.3' E., thence with said parrallel right of way line 250 feet to the right or northerly side, along said curve through a central angle of 4" 11.4' a distance of 335.2 feet; thence, with said parallel right of way line 200 feet to the right or northerly side, con- tinuing along said curve through a cenecral angle of 16" 23.7' a distance of 1,311.5 feet to the point of end- ing of said curve; thence, continuing with said parallel right of way line 200 feet to the right or northerly side, S. 82" 13.6' W. a distance of 1052.7 feet, more or less, to a point on the west boundary of said Section 26 from which the southwest corner therof bears S. 0" 46.4' E. a distance of 559.4 feet; thence centinuing with said parallel right of way line 200 feet to the right or northerly side con- tinuing S. 82" 13.6' W. a distance of 2,~103.7 fee to the point of ~beginning of a 1" 00" circular curve to the right, the radius of which is 5,729.6 feet; thence continuing with said parallel right of way line 200 feet to the rig~ or northerly side, along said curve through a central angle of 4" 52.2' a distance of 487.0 feet, more or less to a point on the west boundary of said SSE from which the southwest corner taereof bears southerly a distance of 280 feet more or less. The above described parcel of land centains 33.3 acres, more or less, including all easement of access and all rights of ingress, egress and regress to, from and between the remaining portions of said lands and those portions hereby acquired. EX- CEPTING AND RESERVING unto said landowners, their heirs, successors and assigns the rig~ of access to a replacement land-use road to be constructed by the State Highway Commission of Wyoming within and along the northerly .boundary of the higitway right of way in the SESW of Section 26, T. 50 N., R. 68 W. of the 6th EM., Wyoming, such access to be between said replacement land-use road and landowners' remain- trig lands at such locations as may be determined by the State Highway Commission of Wyoming. Excepting and reserving from the above described lands and unto the landowners herein all oil, gas, minerals and mineral estate of every kind and nature that can be removed from the ground without Jeopardy to the maintenance or safety of public travel upon the surface estate herein acquired and without using the surface of the lands hereby acquired." You will further take notice that on February 11, 1969, at 10:00 o'clock ,a.m., or as soon t~ereafter as said matter can be heard, the District Court within and for said County of Crook shall hear and determine the necessity for the appropriation and the right of the Plaintiff, State Highway Commission of Wyoming to make the ap- prowiation of the properties, and appoint commissioners to assess, in the manner provided by law, the just compensation to be paid the owners and interested persons by reason of the taking thereof for the purposes aforesaid. To all of which you will take due notice and govern yourselves ,accordingly. MARION CURE CLERK OF DISTRICT COURT Publish: January 9, 16, 23 and 30, 1969. W. F. Newland Established 188S James I. Newlenci Founder Man~ler am GOOD CATTLE REASONABLY PRICED GREENWOOD RANCHES NEWLAND & SON COLONY, WYOMING