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THE SUNDANCE TIMES ! Sundance, Wyo. Feb. 9, 19561A I/1 County Still Short Of Exceeding 1954 Christmas Seal Sale Crook county still needs $50 to exceed its 1954 Christmas Seal sale, according to Mrs. Lucian Robinson, Jr., Crook county board member of the Wyoming Tubercu- losis and Health Association. Mrs. Robinson urged all residents who had not paid for the 1955 Christmas seals to do so as soon as possible. During the past 50 years, Mrs. Robinson said buying Christmas Seals has become a tradition with many people and little thought is given to the continuing needs of the program. Yet, in urging the purchase of Christmas Seals, Mrs. Robinson pointed out that 18 of the state's 23 counties reported one or more cases of tuberculosis last year. In all, 68 new cases were reported. Wheat Allotments- For Farms Without May be Secured Farmers on land on which no wheat was seeded for grain for any of the years 1953, 1954 and 1055 may apply for a 1956 wheat acreage allotment, according to James D. Wham, chairman of the Crook County Agricultural Stabili- zation and Conservation Commit- tee. However, to be considered for an allotment on a farm which now has none and on which no wheat has been raised for three years, the farmer must apply in writing to the county ASC committee by March 1, 1956. Blank application forms are available in the county ASC office in Sundance. Information is avail- able there as to whether there is now an allotment on a farm or whether it meets the requirements for consideration for an allotment as a new wheat farm. The committee said there are definite limitations as to the ex- tent of allotments allowable and usually, where only a very small allotment can be obtained, the farmer is just as well benefited under the regulations which per- mit seeding of up to 15 acres of wheat without an allotment. Survey to Be Sent to SHS Grads Since 1950 A survey of Sundance high school graduates since 1950 will be carried out at the high school, Supt. Wes Huckins said this week. The superintendent said the fac- ulty was already working on the questionaire to be mailed out to graduates. He said it would help determine whether the school is teaching the right subjects for this community. ' Huckins said the survey would attempt to discover the most and least valuable subjects and the subject most liked. The survey will also reveal how many grad- uates go to college, how many are housewives, how many are farmers and how many stay in Sundance. The survey will also include other questions. The Sundance Harvesters, who saw their winning streak snapped by the Lead Independents a couple of weeks ago, will have a chance to gain revenge here Saturday Right against the same club. The Independents are the top club in the Homestake league. Be- fore running out of gas in the closing minutes, the Harvesters had given Lead a savage battle, The clMh is set for Saturday Right in the high school gymna- ~. The o~g tap is set for p.m. Feb. 12 officially opens the Week of Dedication in the Methodist church. The title is a very fitting one as Wednesday, Feb. 15 is the first day of the Lenten Season, Friday, Feb. 17 is known as the World Day of Prayer. The week ends on Sunday with Christian people coming to the altar to dedi- cate or re-dedicate themselves to God. The World Day of Prayer is sponsored by the Christian Wo- men's groups around the world and is the day that Christian peo- ple all over the world begin a 48 hour vigil of prayer to the Heaven- ly Father, thus forming a continu- ous communion of prayer around the whole world. This year the W.S.C.S. is sponsoring an after- noon of prayer at the Methodist church. People from other com- munions are invited to come and pray with us on this day. It is the custom of many churches to take a sacrificial offering for some benevolent purpose during the Lenten season. A suitable location for a church retreat and camp site owned by the Methodist Wyoming State Con- ference has long been a great need in this part of the state. A group of laymen purchased the site in Tensleep Canyon called Cir- cle J ranch, and presented it to the conference last year. There is much to be done in the way of building etc. to develop the ranch, so it will be of most service to churches in this area during the whole year. This year the sacrifi- cial offering of the Sundance church will be used to help with this project. Some of you may i not know that due to government regulations the camp at Meadow- lark is no longer suited to our needs and purpose. BEAGLE HOSPITAL Mrs. Orren Clyde and son Wayne Eldon of Osage were dismissed Friday. MINUTES OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF THE CITY OF SUNDANCE, WYOMING February 1, 1956 The Town Council met this day in regular session, there being present Mayor C. D. Roberts, Councilmen Paul Sharp, Ivan Cressman and Tom Hooper and City Clerk, Marion Thompson. The minutes of the last regular meeting were read and approved. pearing to the issuance thereof, it was moved, seconded and unani- mously carried to renew the liquor license for one year beginning Febrnary8, 1956, upon payment of fee of $1000.00. County Sheriff, Henry Oudin ap- peared and asked if the City would stand half the cost of installing a two way radio in the City Police car, the cost being $12.50 a month rental and $25 for installation. It was moved, seconded and carried to pay half the cost of the installa- tion and rental. The following bills were allowed and ordered paid: Tri-County Electric Assoc., light and power .............. $172.43 General Motors Acceptance Corp., police care .......... 90.42 Security Trust & Title Co., Fire Department insur- ance .................................... 141.00 Sundance Texaco Service, gas, off and repair ........... 53.71 Hiway Service S~tion, gas, oil and repair ................... 62.30 C. D. Roberts, coal and misc. supplies .............................. 118.17 Mona Short Line Tel. Co., installation & rental ....... 40.00 Joe Frank, gas .................... 14.63 Kipp Transfer, freight ......... 81 Circle S Chev., gas ............... 10.33 Times Publishing Co., print- City Report showing collection ing & supplies .................. 47.64 of $922.75 for Sewer, $544.50 for Tir-County Electric, street water, $15 Meter deposits, $55 dog light bulbs ........................ 1.07 tax, $37.25 fines, $3900 County for Worthington Gamon Meter general tax, $255.33 Cigarette tax, Div., meters and repairs 331.64 $73 Miscellaneous, $50 Cemetery, Amos Ewing, wood ............ 8.00 $482.45 gas tax, $3300 from County for General Obligation Sewer bonds and $4700 for General Obligation Water Bonds, was read and ap- proved. J. J., Karl and Martha Frederik-~ sen having made application for renewal of liquor license for the Pastime Bar and said application having been duly published accord- ing to law, and no objections ap- Sundance, Wyo. Feb. 9, 1956 Ted Stagemeyer, labor ........ 138.00 Ike Dudrey, police ............... 20.00 Amos Zwing, Marshal salary 250.00 Charles Stagemeyer, Com- missioner salary .................. 300.00 Reynolds and Lathrop, At- torney salary .................... 10.00 Marion Thompson, Clerk Salary ................................. 40.00 State Treasurer, Workmens compensation .................... 5.50 Council approved renewal of !Bs ! i iiiiiii i !i ii i i iiiii iiiii iiiii iiiiiiiiiiiii!iii iii!i iiiiiii iiii ! ii iiiiii !i! ii! ! i ii iii iI iiiii!i!iiii i ii !i ii i i ii!!iii i iii!ii i ! iiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiii i i ii ii iii iiiiiii Here's dramatic proof that there's more that's new in Chrysler than in all other competitive ears combined! Newin 1556 ill ii i ~ , Major ~tyle changes YES Im'i~d im4r*Ucod Car "B" Car "0" at. , Longer Body YES New Pushbutton Drive YES NO Control* New Revolutionary Brake YES NO System Hi-Fi Record Player* NO Increased Horsepower YES YES YES Instant Heating System* = NO NO YES NO i i NO NO NO YES NO NO NO NO NO NO YES ,YES NO NO kul tin othm" ! urs still de not ~ full-tin. ~ st.rlni ind the a~ V4 engine.., mJmr advanees which CluTsler has had tar yelrsl "Optional at mall extra cos1 lease to Edwin Rounds for po.I" of First Street. No further business the meeting adjourned. C. D. Roberts, Mayor Attest: Marion Thompson, City Clerk Extension Notes by Willet Keyser And you can own a bigger, more powerful Chrysler Windsor V-8 for the cost of a medium-price car . . . even for the cost of a "low-price" car with all the Optional equipment. For Good Heel Fly Control Treat within 30 days after grubs appear in back. should continue at 30-day as long as grubs are present back. Rotenone is the only cal that will control this insect. Formulas are set out in Control Bulletin No. 325 for ing, dipping, washing, and You may have a copy of bulletin. Our "Quality Ist" Used Cars ore the best Used Cars in town- only at the Chrysler "Sign of Quality." Ranchers Pooled Orders Last Many Crook county people chased insecticides at savings last year by pooling orders. We will be glad to ulate orders if you would like join with your neighbors in ing insecticides or Weedicides Calendar Feb. 13: Organize Cabin 4-H Club Feb. 14: Joint meeting Soil servation District Supervisors Feb. 15: Organize Black Tail Club Feb. 17: Moorcroft Farm Feb. 18: County Farm Bureau Feb. 20-24: State 4-H Conference I HARROD-JOSLYN MOTORS - Box 240 - Phone - Gillette, ----- ENTER THE $150,O00 LUCKY, MOTOR NUMBEIL SWEEPSTAKES AT YOUR CHRYSLEIb YMOUTHJ) IIIR.'$