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Compiled, Edited and Copyrighted by News Accounting Seruiee - 1969 F Newcastle (pop. 4,345) seat of Weston county, is situated In eastern Wyoming near the South Dakota border about 120 miles northeast of Casper. The city was founded in 1889. Appropriate for a city named "Newcastle," this community once was the center of large-scale coal mining activities. Newcastle today is a center for another kind of fuel - namely oil - and also serves as trading point for the many farm,s end ranches in the surrounding area. Grain is an important factor in the agricultural econ- omy, with wheat, barley and rye the principal grain crops. There is a flour mill in Newcastle. Much livestock is shipped from Newcastle which is on the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy rail line. Dairy products ere turned out in local creamery. Pine timber is another resource of the area,. Sportsmen like to visit Newcastle during the hunt- peol 45 , faei" to ,f it tl i ng end fishing seasons. Game is abundant in this pal~ a fr: of Wyoming end there are trout streams which ma~I edg, fishing them ~n experience to be remembered. An interesting tourist attraction in Newcastle 1t the Anna Miller museum which has on display ma~ and varied types of pioneer articles. A major payroll in Newcastle comes from an 0~ refinery which serves nearby drilling operations. ALPHABETICAL INDEX OF THE BUSINESSES iN THIS TRADE CENTER REVIEW BERMAN & CARTER, INC. ~ W. Newcastle .-- 746-4475 FIRST STATE BANK OF NEWCASTLE ~ Andy Hansen, President -- 24 N. Sumner Ave. --- 746-44:11. BLACK HILLS CAFE -- Ray & Jeanne Heard, Owners -- 224 W. Main ~ 746-9B57 FOSTER LUMBER CO. m Burt Smith, Manager .-- 326 W. Main ~ 746-4206 BRONCO BAR --- Irish LoveJoy, Manager -- 222 W. Main .-- 746-9S00 HANSEN EQUIPMENT CO. ~ Carl & Jack Hansen, Owners -- W. of City ~ 746-483S BUTLER'S STUDIO --- George Butler, Owner & Manager ~ 15 S. Sumner Ave. -- 746-241S JANE'S -- Jane & Lloyd Avery, Owners ~ 120 W. Main ~ 746-2656 COAST TO COAST STORES ~ George Bultena, Owner --- 219 W. Main .-- 746-2593 NATIONAL BANK OF NEWCASTLE --- Max G. Miller, Executive Vice President -- 204 W. Main ~ 746-4466 CREDIT BUREAU OF NEWCASTLE ~ Leland J. Wilson, General Manager -- 110 1/2 W. Main -. 746-2701. NEWCASTLE TV & ELECTRONICS -- Tom & Elizabeth Goodart -- 112 W. Main St. -- 746-2426 DECKER'S FOOD CENTER .-- Sid Johnson, Manager .-- 709 W. Main --. 746-2779 PETROLANE NEWCASTLE GAS SERVICE --- Bill Trout, Manager --- E. of City-- 746-4251. DOC'S BODY SHOP -- Doc Fox, Owner -- E. of City --. 746-2007 WYOMING AUTOMOTIVE CO. ~ Elmer Grimm, Owner .-. 175 Railway Ave. ~ 746-2769 Keep This Section As A Guide to Friendlg Newcastle Merchants T use., in t YOu alw ran~ L Pet] of ver3 ers, the carz etio EQUIPMENT CO. Carl & Sack Hansen Owners Case, the first name in tractors and farm equipment in the past is still your best investment for fast efficient farming. Sundance area and Crook Coun- ty farmers and ranchers have long relied on Hansen Equipment Co. for fast, complete service and sales of Case tractors and imple- ments. Case tractors have long been noted for their high ,torque pull- ing power couple with the lowest possible operating cost per horse- power. The courteous salesmen at ~Iansen Equipment Co. have complete knowledge of their equipment and are-on call to an- ever your every question. Hansen Equtwnent Co. shop has facilities for every type of mechanical operation on farm e. quipment from the simplest ad- Justment to the most major over. haul. Their mechanics are among the most thoroughly trained in the business. Call on Hansen Equipment Co., telephone 7464838, or drop in and see the new Case ,tractors for 1969 and ask for a demonstration on your farm. This Trade Center Review com- mends Hansen Equipment Co. in Newcastle to Crook County farm- ers and ranchers for the finest equipment and service. The latch string is out and the welcome mat is in front of the door all ,the time at the well. known and liked Bronco Bar in Newcastle. Farmers and ranchers through. out Crook County make it the popular oasis when visiting for business or pleasure. Host Irish Lovejoy has all ,the ingredients Jtt the spot for ,pleasure at the Bronco ~ar and welcomes the pat- ronage of customers from the Sundance area who are in town R. H. "Doc" Fox) Owner Crook County and Sundance ar- ea car and truck owners have available a complete auto body repair service in Newcastle at Doc's Body Shop, located East of Newcastle. A ,telephone call to 746-2007 will alert them o your needs and an experienced auto body repair estimator will be glad to give ,prices and costs with- out obligation. The experts at D oc's ~ody Shop are schooled and ready to do body repair ranging from dented fend- ers to virtual rebuilding after major acciden,ts. They have the most up-to-dale equipment guar- anteeing top completion appear- ance in a ,minimum of time. Any paint is quickly matched and giv- en a fine finish for a repair job which is ,practically invisible. At Doc's Body Shop, Sundance area residents can also ,be assured of a job of glass installation which will ,give leak-proof replacement ,to windshields, wings or other broken segmenls. They carry a large stock of replacements and can order specialty of custom glass to fit any make or model on a 24-hour basis. This Trade Center Review un- hesitantly recommends Doe's tknly Shop in Newcastle to all our Crook County subscribers for highly skilled and experienced workmanship. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundamca, Wyo. Jan. 23, 1969 Irish LoveJoy, Manager for the day or evening. All your favorite beverages and cold tap beer are served in a spirit of ,congeniality that makes ,the Bronco Bar one of ,the pri- mary refreshment stops in New- castle. You'll meet and make friends where spirRs get a lift and enjoyment is the order of the day. ,Bronco Bar, telephone 746-9800 has long been established as one of the preferred taverns in the OF NEWCASTLE Max G. Miller, Executive Vice-President Of all the nations, the UnRed States maintains the highest standard of living. This is partly due to our constant want to im- prove, and in no small degree, due to ~he fact that we have fine ,banking facili,ties to assist us in achieving our goals. Crook County residents are ex- tremely fortunate to number among its community boosters a bank such as the National Bank. The National 'Bank of Newcastle has for many years .been the help- ing hand, not only to farmers and ranchers, but industries, in- dividual professions, and small and large business concerns. To have a savings accoun at the National Bank of Newcastle is to have stock in your future, for the money is working for you. Should the unforeseeable occur, and you have a specific purpose in ra nd, visit or phone the National ,Bank, (746-4466)~ for an appointment. Automobile ,loans, mortgage loans, signature, busi- ness, and all-important farm and ranch loans are all ma era of importance to the National Bank personnel. In this Trade Center Review, we commend the National Bank for the fine services chey llave extended to Sundance area and Crook County residents. PAGE FOUR Sundance, Wyo. Jan. 23, 1969 area and features television dur- ing all major sporting events. Coin-operated amusement devices in many forms are maintained and the atmosphere is one in wLhich ladies are welcomed. This Trade Center Review com- mends the Bronco ~ar ~or their continuing record of providing the best in brands and the finest in fun for those from neighbor. ing communities who drop in while in Newcastle. Tom & Elizabeth Goodart If your TV aerial has that "leaning towers of pisa" look and you are getting good recep- tion on only a couple of channels then why spend ~hose hectic hours of interrupted program watching any longer. A call to your tele- vision e~perts at 746-2426 will bring to your aid one of the New- .castle TV & Electrronics com- pany's Mr. Fix-its. Very likely the trouble is a small one and the man will tell you if ,this is the case. If it is necessary that your set be taken to the television hospital, the loading is up to New- castle TV & Electronics, but ,the viewing is still up to you for at your request they will leave you one of their shop se,ts so that you won't have ,to miss your favorite program. They carry a complete line of RCA television sets, phonographs, home enter- tainment sets, including all RCA articles that are available. They are the only RCA dealers in New- castle area. Being a television repairman ts not achieved overnig~, it takes extensive training and ma~ hours of experience in taking part all types of sets to asstm you of the better service. P 0 many cases ,people war too lo~$ tion before getting their set repaire~ gro and Newcastle TV & Electrons Cen suggests that you don't make tll~ foo( mistake. Have that problem loOg tim( ed at today before it ge,ts wor# cau., ~nc Newcastle TV & Electroncis $} tren so have on hand second hand se~ some that would make an exc~~e]~" lent second set for Junior, as w, cate as those that any family worts way be proud to have in their livi~ shol room and you can be sure ,th# these sets have been choroug~, checked out before they are eve offered for sale. They also haw a guarantee. In this Trade Center Review # wish to suggest ~o all Sunda~d area and Crook County reside~# that they view better TV tom~ row by having Newcastle 'IV ~ W Electroncis located at 112 We~ ham Main Street, ,telephone nu.m~ it 746-2426 in Newcastle check w list. day. kno, qua] asso George Baltena, Owner A: ~'hi, the Finding a store which carries ,the years, are displayed. . W~ most of the needed merchandiseIf you should not see the ite~ in farm and household hardwares, of your quest, you need only !~ is sometimes no,t as easy as one quire with one of the frienO~ ~aed might think, personnel at the Coast to Co#' COu~ store, who will be at your l~ 'D( However, Sundance area and mediate assistance, e~p~ Crook County residents know that .i hel~ they can find all Cheir needs at The Coast to Coast store ~ bud~ ,the Coast to Coast store in New- Newcastle combines the advS~: to y castle. They ~have one of the larg- tages of ~buying through a p_~ A1 est inventories of stock in the chasing chain, with the benet~etv V~he: Sundance area and displayed for of home ownership and mans~rece ease in selection, ment to give you more savings ~" Y~ your dollar spent. ,]~ ques .Located at 219 West Main, the A phone call to 746-2593 ~v~ side Coast to Coast store merchandises answer any questions per~aini$, 110~ garden supplies, tools, paints, ,to items on hand and purchasid The, electric and plumbing supplies, capabilities, t~ Isis" .For all your farm .and ho ~, This hold needs, this Trade Center ~ gest~ view suggests you visit the Co~r You linoleum, and a vas,t selection of h ousewares. Major and minor appliances in brand names, which have ,become standards of quality throughout to Coast store in Newcastle.~ibIai~reau (Continued on Page 5, this