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A ............... I' " CLASsIl IED ADvERTIsING RATEs:= k per word for each insertion. Minimum charge 25c each m. sertion. Payment must accompany order for advertisement. NO. 1 MIMEOGRAPH PAPER, LOGAN'S DRY CLEANING AND Legal and letter size at The Laundry Service- Hats cleaned Times. and blocked, alterations made on all clothing that needs it. RADIO-PHONOGRAPH REPAIRS. Pickup on Mondays and Thurs- Complete line of parts for all days. 50tfn radios, record ohangers. All work guaranteed. Gambles, Spearfish, TWO-BEDROOM HOUSE FOR S.D. tfn sale, south Sundance. See W. F. Tracy, Sundance. 4-5* MAIL ORDERS FOR PRESCRIP- tions and other needs filled WANTED: CATTLE, CARLOAD promptly at Blue Drug and or more. Call or write J. B. Jewelry, Spearfish, S.D. 37tfn Driskill, Spearfish, S. D. Phone = 228, 5:30 to 7 a.m. or pro. 6tfn BRING YOUR RADIOS TO GAM- blek in Spearfiih for expert ~ FOR SALE: USED 1954 FRIGI- 29tfn. daire refrigerator, 8.4 cu. ft., automatic defrost, excellent con- ]3F_,AR LODGE WOOD PRO- dition. Sundance Electric. It ducts, Sundance, Wyo. We build truck bodies, kitchen cab- tnets, utility cabinets, custom built windows. Dealers for Mid. western Homes. Dinkins and Tschetter, 1 mile east of Sun- dance on Highway 585. Fred Tschetter, Ph. AT 3-2652, O. C. Dinkins, Ph. AT 3-1804.50tfn W.=m- A FOR SALE: JACUZZI WATER pump systems. Big D Oil Co. tfn PICKUPS 1955 Willys 4WD 2 ton, paint, good rubber, low mileage, good mechan- ical condition 1949 Chevrolet Pickup Lo n g wheelbase, extra good rubber, heavy duty, good mechanical condi- tion, clean 1951 Packard 4-Door UltraMoJtic Transmission, Extra good rubber, music, 42,000 actu,al miles, clean, valves just ground, excel- lent mechanical condition 1954 Jeep Big 4 cylinder Jeep engine, steel cab, good rubber, good mechanical condition 1953 Jeep Steel cab, good mechanical condition, clean 1954 John Deere Model 50 Tractor Clean, paint is bright, only 600 hours, extra good rub- ber, live PTO, Power-Trol, Roll-O-Matic Front End 1955 Oliver 99 Diesel Tractor Good rubber, clean, bright paint, in excellent me- chanical cond,itlon FARM EQUIPMENT & SUPPLY CO. Phone 125J Belle Fourche, S. D. WANTED: HIGH O R L O W grade uranium, mica, tungsten, lead, rare earth deposits. Min- erals Milling Development Co., Box 199, Lander, Wyo. It* WANTED: MARRIED RANCH hand for year-round job. Call AT 3-2312, Sundance. 7tfn F 0 R SALE: OVEN-DRESSED turkeys, 7 to 12 lbs., 45c lb. De- livery every Saturday. Loren O'Haver, Ph. AT 3-1926, Sun- dance. 7-8 FOR SALE: USED 40 INCH FRIG- idaire electric range in excellent condition. Sundance Electric. It LOST: LARGE GOLD EARRING with blue setting. Mary Ellen Ellsbury. It PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AT THE COURT HOUSE AT SUNDANCE, CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING. 64 W. 6th P.M., and terminating at a point S. 13 20' W. a distance of 30 feet from the northeast cor- ner of SE%SW%, Sec. 35, T. 50 N.R., 64 W. 6th P.M., be vacated. The names and addresses of the owners of the land over which said road to be vacated passes are as follows: Kenneth Canfield and Elizabeth Canfield, Sundance, Wyo- ming; Willard Canfield and. Ads Canfield, Upton, Wyoming; Wal- lace R. Canfield, Upton, Wyoming; Harley S. Douglas, Upton, Wyo- ming; United States of America, Bureau of Land Management, De- partment of the Interior, Chey- enne, Wyoming. It was regularly moved and car. ried, all members voting aye, that the above petition be accepted and spread upon the minutes of the meeting of this Board and that Meritt N. Barton, a disinterested elector, be appointed to view the portion of the road as petitioned to be closed and file his report in writing with this Board at a future meeting. Whereas, heretofore, a report of the examination of Crook County Offices as of the close of business on June 30, 1956 has been received from the office of State Examiner of Wyoming st Cheyenne, Wyo- ming; and whereas it is regularly moved and carried, all members voting aye, that the following ac- tion in acceptance of the report be taken by this Board; Therefore, After careful consideration of this report, we concur with the Examiner in the suggestions he has made, and we have requested the officials to adjust their meth- ods in compliance therewith, to- wit: "As suggested by State Examiners" 5 o'clock P.M.; Board recessed. Feb. 6, 1957; 9 o'clock A.M.; Board resumed session. The following bills were audited and allowed and the County Clerk instructed to draw warrants in pay- ment of same as follows: ROAD & BRIDGE of dark room .................... 267.65 City of Sundance, Water & sewer, 2 months ........ 77.25 D. C. Fraser, Janitor & Jail- or ................................. 228.97 C. D. Roberts, Coal & Gas 147.26 Lyle Fall, labor & repairs __ 14.41 Tri-County Electric Ass'n. Inc., lights .................... 28.62 PRINTING & RECORDS Mooreroft Leader, printing 142.60 A. B. C. Business supply Co., Supplies ................... 22.90 Omaha Printing Co., sup- plies .................................... 26.89 Western Stationers, Sup- plies .................................... 10.61 The Haloid Co., Duplex Paper ................................. 233.50 The Mills Co., supplies .... 10.62 Times Publishing Co., Print- ing & Supplies ............... 300.08 Tucker's Inc., supplies ........ 18.85 MISCELLANEOUS Sundance State Bank, Tax 510.30 State Treasurer, compensa- tion .................................... 14.81 Mountain States Tele. & Tele., tolls ........................ 8.60 Mona Shortline Tele. Co., rental & tolls .................... 97.12 Western Union, "Wire" __._ 1.32 Joan Pranter, Home Demon- stration Agent, mileage & expense ....................... 55.82 Agricultural E x t e n s i o n Service, for Co Agent __. 3.50 Vera J. Melanson, for Coun- ty Agent ..................... 199.24 J. F. Clarenbach, Co., Health Officer .................. 30.00 Western Surety Co., pre- mium on bonds ................ 10.00 Wyoming Highway Depart- ment, rental on shortwave 9.68 Security Trust & Title Co. premium on bonds . 426.00 Fred A. Kummerfeld, Pest Control, Mileage ..... 37.48 Orville D. Harper, Pest Con- trol, Mileage ...................... 12.00 Gale V. Ludwig, Co. Agent, mileage & expense ..... 66.80 12 Noon; Board recessed. 1 o'clock P.M.; Board resumed session. Henry Oudin, Sheriff, none; Cure, Clerk of Court, Civil bate fees, $80.50; Francis County Clerk, Recording, and Miscellaneous fees, County General Fund. Whereas, it has been by Everett W. Spackman, Entomologist, that the Crook County CommissionerS point and create a hopper Committee, it is moved and carried, all voting aye, that this Board declare such committee in tance and the following are hereby appointed to such committee to-wit: Hegge, Beulah, Wyoming; Goodson, Sundance, Nuckolls, Hulett, Wyoming; Livingston, Sundance, Pearson, Upton, Wyoming; Bill C. Bush, Hulctt, Leo Crago, Aladdin, No further business fore the Board, it was carried to adjourn to meet in ular session March 5, 1957 to duct usual County Business. Board of Crook Commissioners By Edward Svoboda, Chairman Attest: Francis Hejde, County Clerk Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lamb Debbie of Newcastle were supper guests of Mr. and MrS. Speidel and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Waugll girls visited Mrs. Ruth Waugb other relatives in Hulett Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Vines girls of Belle Fourche were day visitors at the homes and Mrs. B. E. Trotter and Alice Vines. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Fairbanks, Alaska, who have visiting at the Maurice home, left Monday the 4tl~ Powell, Wyo. on a business and will leave from Powell their home which they reach by the first of March. Henry and Mrs. Williams ar~ ters. Operators and labor The following bonds were ap- Mrs. Kenneth Weaver and Harold Wells ..................... $146.63 proved and ordered filed, Astor George Beagle accompanied Jesse M. Janes ................... 151.02 Jordan, Deputy Brand Inspector; Bill Glasby to Nisland scrlptlon here! Complete Modern Pharmacy AT 3-1265 Sundance, ance by requested to file suitable bond Paul Yeoman, Treasurer ..... 294.03 in the amount of $1000.00 on ac- Ethel Yeoman, Treasurer's cepting said appointment. Office .............................. 131.97 Edward J. Svoboda, a member Phyllis McLaughlin, Deputy of the present Board of County Treas ................................... 208.97 Commissioners, on motion duly Sidney Harvey, Assessor & made and seconded, all members Expense .............................. 316.89 voting aye, is hereby apopinted to Loretta Durfee, Deputy As- serve as a member of the Crook sessor .................................. 208.97 County Welfare Board for a two Henry Oudin, Sheriff, Mile- year term or for the time of the age & Expense ............... 361.58 organization of the present Board Scotty Gladstone, Attorney 219.11 of County Commissioners. Blanche Byrd, Co. Supt ..... 277.08 12 o'clock Noon; Board recessed. Frances MeLaughlin, Supt. 1 o'clock P.M., Board resumed Office .................................. 81.31 session. Ramona N. Policky, Co. A petition by Kenneth Canfield Supt. Office ...................... 14.42 et al with 16 signers was presented Marion Cure, Clerk of the Board petitioning that the fol- Court .................................. 284.39 lowing portion of the Douglas Ike Dudrey, Coroner .......... 4.89 county road commencing at the Livestock Inspection point of intersection with the Ma- Geo. W. Richards ................ 185.60 son Creek County road on the sec- Raymond Schlattman .......... 65.74 tion line common to sections 5 and Wilbert N. Long ................ 40.10 6, T. 49 N. R. 63 W. 6th P.M., and Herbert S. Tope ................ 20.55 running thence westerly and north- E. L. Mathews .................... 19.55 westerly across Sec. 6, T. 49 N. R. A. C. Reynolds .................... 19.55 63 W. 6th P.M.; Sec. 1, T. 49 N. R. Verle Wagner ...................... 25.40 64 W. 6th P.M.; and SSE COURTHOUSE EXPENSE SE%SW1A: Sec. 35, T. 50 N. R. Sundance State Bank, rent e ' ' " Wyoming. It was regularly moved M rle s Phflhps 66 Service 1.12 and carried, all members voting Sisson's Welding Shop .... 3.50 aye, that the resignation be accept- V & N Service ................... 39.74 ed. Morgan's Conoco Service _ _ 33.55 George W. Richards, Crook Tracy Motor Co., Moorcroft 1.60 County Livestock Inspector, re- COUNTY OFFICER'S SALARY quested the Board of County Corn- E. J. Svoboda, Commission- missioners to appoint Astor Jor- er ................................ 133.80 dan of Aladdin, Wyoming as Dep- Gilbert Brimmer, Commis- uty Livestock Inspector for that sioner ........................ 89.05 area. It was regularly moved and Meritt N. Barton, Commis- carried, all members voting aye, sioner .................................. 110.14 to appoint Astor Jordan as Deputy Francis Hejde, Clerk ....... 293.39 County Livestock Inspector at Virginia Z. Hejde, Deputy Aladdin, Wyoming and he is here- Clerk ................................. 208.97 Each prescription at our pharmacy iS compounded with meticulous care and only freslb quality ingredients are used. Bring your pre' INTEGRITY In Filling Your Doctor's Prescription! Feb. 5, 1957 John D. Whities ................... 24.93 Catherine Andersen, Treasurer, where they visited Mrs. Office of County Commissioners p. F. "Tex" Davis ............... 149.09 School District No. 20. father, Mrs. John Nehren. 9 o'clock A.M. Charlie Donaldson ................ 214.22 The following reports of earnings Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Hemler The Board of County Commis- Fuel, Materials, Repairs and collections of County Officers Douglas were Saturday sioners met this day in Regular Joe Frank ............................ 2.37 were filed and approved, and or- guests of Mrs. June Craig Session; Present, Edward J. Svobo- Hiway Service Station ......... 101.00 dered paid into the various funds, Bobby of Newcastle. SundaY, da, Chairman; Gilbert Brimmer; Petersen Lumber & Grain 9.18 as follows: Geo. W. Richards, Live- Hemler left from Newcastle Merritt N. Barton. Tracy Motor Co., Sundance 48.16 stock Inspector, $58.70; Livestock Armer Fortin of Upton on a Verle Wagner, appearing by Tri State Motor & Imple- Inspection Fund; W. F. Tedro, ness trip to Nebraska. Mrs. George W. Richards, County Live- ment Co ............................. 420.74 Justice of the Peace of Precinct ler and Douglas returned stock Inspector, and tendered his John W. Storms .................... 39.97 No. One, $75.00, School Fund; Sunday evening. resignation as Crook County Dep- Hulett Co-op ........................ 6.26 uty Livestock Inspector at Aladdin, Aladdin Mercantile ............ 24.31