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:l CITY OF SUNDANCE STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS January 1, 1951 to January 1, 1952 Balance Cash on hand January 1, 1951 ............. CASH RECEIPTS: Water Dog Tax'"~ .......................................................... $ 6,537.00 ........................................................... 35.00 Cemetery .................................................................... 265.00 Liquor Licenses ..................................................... 3,000.00 Cigarette Tax ............................................................. 2,01726 Other Licenses ........................................................ 25.00 Fines 46.00 County Tax .............................................................. 6,100.00 Hiscellaneous ........................................................... 750.12 $ 3,672.07 $19,739.03 $19,739.03 CASH DISBURSEMENTS: Salaries ............................................................ $ 5,309.39 Labor 417.54 389.20 'Police Street -£i-gh'~-'~[~[[[~..-[~[~i~_-~[~.-[[~i~_~[[~.. 150.00 1,007.58 SUpplies ................................................................... 1,670.06 Workmens Compensation ..................................... 64.09 Street repair and maintenance ............................ 1,888.55 Water repair and improvement .......................... 2,132.19 Bonds and Insurance ............................................ 95.00 Truck and Pickup ................................................ 2,859.65 Miscellaneous ...................................................... 270.25 $23,502.80 $16,253.49 $16,253.49 CASH ON HAND JANUARY 1, 1952 ............................................ $ 7,249.31 BOND AND INTEREST ACCOUNT: Balance on hand January 1, 1951 ................................................... 2,120.00 RECEIPTS: Crook County Taxes 5,255.00 DISRURSEMENTS: $7,375.00 Bond and interest paid .................................................................... 3,575.00 Balance on hand January 1, 1952 .................................................... $ 3,800.00 BONDED INDEBTEDNESS --- $68,000.00 C. D. ROBERTS, ATTEST: Mayor MARION THOMPSON, City Clerk (SEAL) Febr. 21 TRoeCi u tin g O f ficer s [ Iva _ uneance I The yearly program was made February 22nd, 29th I out by the Alva Wigglers 4-H club C l at the meeting of the club held ounty men who wish to enlist IFeb. 15 at the Alva schoolhouse. in either, the Air Force, Navy or]The Alva 4-H'ers also finished fill. Army Will have two opportunities ling out their membership cards. uring the next week " ] Five new members, Mary Jean On Feb 22 from' 102 M S"t I Vasey, Sharon Wills, Jacky Mc- Robert O'Reillv will b: 'in g:~" [Daniel, Ethel ~prris ~nd Jerry aance to interv'iew a,,--lican'ts-an' [Bush, all from LH lett, joined the ac ~-v u - _ cept enlistments in th~ TTn~a[club" The, ~ :club, l~v has States Army and Air Force ..... [twenty members. ' _ On Feb 29 oh~o¢ T,.--'. v [ Sharon Wills was elected reere. Hayes of the Sherid~an ~l~a"j~ R~'JatiOn leader of the club. As yet, eruiting staP .......... "| the club has been unable to find dane ,v, Wl~ ve m ~un-[ a baby beef leader. interviews fromannlirnnta9 a.m. untilo,,anoon ..... to, [ The Wigglers will" meet agam" enlistments ............... P" |in March at the home of Jerry • " I Bush. mi~hmtLH~:s a~o wanted to re~[ After the meeting, Lenora Coll- . ~n wno nave recewea fins served su r for their not, ......... ppe the mere- duction ~h~s~ca,r_e,pe~r~ ~r pre-ln- |hers and their leaders. ~..~ _ .-j~ ilia mac march ~11 I~ .~ me deadline for them to enlist | .. _ ._ __ m the service of their choice l Mr. and Mrs. Don Rounds and ~'~----~__~__ " |Donna were callers in Spearfish -- [ Monday afternoon. ~ARD OF THANKS / A J Katches left Tuesday morn- To+^_all our many friends, we ling'for Salt Lake City, Utah, wt~h an~"° g~ati~xtend our appreciation [where he will spend several days ~. _ ude for their unfailing on business. helpfulness, expression of sympa- ' Bob Roberts of Belle Fourche tehraYland floral offerings at the fun~ was a Sundance visitor Sunday • _ evening. D. B. Hilton and Family Mrs. Bill Durfee and Mrs. Lee ..... on~SChl°redtdwereThurs a~ Deadwood callers 8Ea~iese°pal Plans Food - y. . Guild e at M~,d r_ ...... ~ .... ~ar. and Mrs. ~aaurice Williams A food-s~:"w=~-y xe.u. ~ ..' drove to Rapid City on business sponsored vy the Monday. members of St Anne's Episcopal Mr. and Mrs. Bud Cure returned Guild will be h;Id Friday, Feb 22 from Billings, Mont. Thursday ev,.- at the Model Groce- The ;ale ning where they had attended fun- Will start at 2 p.m. ry. eral services for Mrs. Cure's sis- ter-in-law, Mrs. Harold Sapp. Dr. Wallace P. Wildermuth O1)TOMETRIST Eyes Examined Phone 818 Glasses Fitted 146 W. Illinois Spearfish, S. D. Telephone 66 SPearfish Office Hours 9 to 5, Tues. Thurs. Saturday Homestake Hospital 9 5, lion. Weds. FrL Hours On these days call Z96-M for ApPok~tment THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sund~nee, Wyo. Febr. 21, 1952 Sundance Methodist Church Walter T. Bowden, pastor Sermon Topic -- "Living With Your Conscience." Services 7:30 p.m. Official board meeting Monday, 7:30 p.m. W. S C. S. Nets $65 From Traveling Food Baskets Donations The Women's Society of Chris- tian Service announced at their meeting on Feb. 7 at the home of Mrs. Ira Sherrad that donations to the traveling food baskets to- taled $65.65. The twelve members present l voted to send flannel for night-I gowns to the Mission General Hos- pital at Seward, Alaska. Each mem- ber of the society will contribute the price of two yards of flannel. Mrs. Iris Partlow was authorized to buy and send the flannel. The WSCS will sponsor a bake sale March 15 at the Elk Horn doing quite well although she'll be in the hospital for a time yet. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blakeman, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Blakeman and David Ray and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Roberts and Larry visited at the Garman home on Sunday p.m. Miss Martha Garman spent the weekend with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Roberts left Tuesday to visit relatives in Minn- esota. 1952 Farm Program Set for Discussion At County Meetings Crook County farm program meetings have been scheduled for March 7 and 8 to launch the 19.52 farm program. Following the coun- ty program meetings, signups for the 1952 farm program will begin. Interested parties should contact the county Production and Market- ing Administration office in Sun- dance or see their community com- mitteeman. Attending the farm program meetings will be representatives: from all county agencies plus all PMA and SCS personnel. Con- tractors and interested farmers and ranchers are also welcome to attend the meetings. The Sundance PMA office also Cafe. The society will meet next announced that the 1952 Annual on Feb. 21 at the home of Mrs. Conference of PMA Committeemen Gladys Cummings, while the study will be held at Casper Feb. 28. The club will meet with Mrs. Dora Dill- county committee and the chair- avou on Feb. 28 at 2 p.m. men of the six community corn- At the end of the afternoon mittees have been requested to at- meeting, the hostess assisted by tend and an invitation has also Mrs. Iris Partlow served refresh- been extended to all past com- ments, mitteemen and the vice-chairmen and members of the county com- mittees. Interested farmers and Seeiy ranchers are also welcome to at- P. T. A Nominating Committee Named For March Elections A nominating committee con- sisting of Mrs. Maurice Williams, chairman, Gaylen Sutton and Mrs. John Lindsey, has been named by the Sundanee Parent Teacher As- sociation. Officers will be elected at the March meeting of the P. T. A. The P. T. A. will also stage its second card party in March. Mrs. John Lindsey will be in charge of arrangements. The .organization will hold a rummage sale in the spring. Mrs. Helen Smith has been named as chairman of the sale committee. A committee has been named to secure the rest of the playground equipment which the P. T. A. de- cided to purchase at their last meeting. Selected as members of the committee were Mrs. Ray Rob- inson, chairman, Gene Reynolds and Mrs. Maurice Williams. CONOCO TO USE PRESS FOR BASIC ADVERTISING Newspapers will "continue to be the backbone" of Continental Oil company's $3,500,000 1952 advertis- ing campaign, P. M. Hirth, division marketing manager said recently ,after a meeting in which the cam- paign was previewed by seventy key men in Conoco's marketing division. He said newspaper advertising will be supplemented by "liberal use of other media, including ra- dio, television and outdoor post- ers to bring Conoco super motor oil and our new 1-2-3 service to as many car owners as possible. E. C. Redd of Ponca City, Okla., assistant advertising manager said plans call for the use of advertis- ments in 1073 daily and weekly (Feb. 8) tend the conference, newspapers. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Jolley and Sam were shopping in Belle Satur- } un o ecto day. l " Dick Ackerman was in Be le Thursday to consult a doctor. Mr. and Mrs. Thea Tromble, Lee ~ ~~~CCOUmS~W .e%n Edward, Barbara Ann, Bob Stewart ~ turned over to FRANK CUBBI- and Naomi Stover were visiting at action. Appreciate the Henry Redding home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Iver Pearson drove ~ immediate settlement. to Miles City Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Curt Lindsay. They re- .... ' port Curts°mebetterandablet°L . ElsieCheshier i, be home. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Ripley called at the Pearson home Mon- daMr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson were ~ W. ~. 1~ewland' ]~tab]i~h~l 1~ J~e~ L Newlgad, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Airheart were Rl;i i trading in Belle one day this e stered He eford Mr. and Mrs. Dick Aekerman re- theytUrnedhaveSUnday from Denver wherespent the past two Bu__ [[ ! weeks. GOOD CATTLE | Bill Proctor called at the Acker- man home Wednesday• REASONABLY PRICED l Carlile I (Feb. 11) ;nwood Ran, :hes] Harry Lee Garman and Dave Roberts made a trip to Custer on NEWLAND ~ SON I Thursday for iron and pipe. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Zimmer- COLONY, WYOMING J schied and sons visited Mr. and Mrs. Art Zimmerschied on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Sehlenning~ __ and family were in Gillette on Wednesday. Fritz had a wisdom ~Fro,,, where I sit... J Marsh tooth pulled, i " ' - Orville Jones and Mrs. Mark Holmes came back from Sheridan Jiggs Gets on Sunday and reported Mrs. /ones ' "Hot-Fpots" Y Front End Alignment Belle Fourche, S. D. /* Residence $95J Stop in and look at the new Cappy Miller's bought himself a new ear. We won't be seeing his old jalopy bouncing over the back roads any more. I'm going to miss it, too. Many a morning Cappy and I drove off in that rattletrap for a day's hunting or fishing. We'd pile rods or guns in back, and prop open the trunk compartment---so Jiggs, Cappy's pointer, could jump in and go along. They say when Cappy brought the new car home he opened up the hood to show off the engine-- and poor old Jigge hopped right in! Figured it was the trunk. He hopped r~ght out in a hurry, too. That cylinder head was mightyhot. From where I sit, old habits are hard to shake, once they get a hold. Like, for instance, too many people are still in the habit of trying to run their neighbors' lives---telling them how to act, what to wear, whether or not to enjoy a refreshing glass of beer. I say that kind of thinktng's out- moded . .. ought to be turned ill for a new model ! CoFyright, 1952, United 5tares Brewers Foundation