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Telephone service came to resi- dents in the New Haven area of tied out, I seated the house with Crook county March 19 when a one hand, counted the bottles and 40-mile radio circuit connecting corks and glasses with the other, the area to the Moorcroft exchange which were twenty-nine. To make was activated, sure, I counted them again when Opening of the service was re- they came around, and I had sev- vealed by Homer Ellison, manager enty-four. of the Mountain States Telephone As the house came by I count- and Telegraph office at Gillette. ed them again, and finally I had all Ten subscribers are included on the new circuit which is connected the houses and glasses and bottles by an FM directional radio beam and corks counted except one to t~e Moorcroft exchange, house and one bottle, which I The New Haven exchange is drank. "Hic." Memberships are limited to per-field is chairman. An added at-[ sons residing within a reasonable traction will be a movie, "Portage I distance from and along said main to Alaska." lines, and to a total of 10 connect- ing telephones per circuit. Mem- NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR berships are assessable for con- UNITED STATES ~PATENT struction and operating purposes Bureau of Land Management, as determined by the Board of District Land Office, Cheyenne, Directors. The term of existence of this Wyoming. corporation is 50 years. Serial No. Wyo. 039886 The management of the affairs Notice is hereby given that in and business of this corporation pursuance of the Act of Congress shall be in a board of 4 directors, approved May 10, 1872, Otis Reyn- and the names of the directors who olds, whose Post Office address have been selected for the first is Sundance, Wyoming, has made year are: application for patent for the Jol- Orville D. Harper ley Edsall No. 29 Placer Mining Marty Osgard Claim in an unorganized mining Paul N. Smith district in Crook County, Wyoming, Palmer Hegge. as follows: The principal location of busi- Jolley Edsall No, 29 covering ness operations and the principal the south half of the north- completely dial. Phones in New I" " k " ,--'- , . office of this corporation is to be Haven may be dialed from Moor- t ta e.s two tomaKe a mare.age at Sundanee, Wyoming, and the croft. The New Haven exchange's . .:a single glrt anu an anmous agent in charge thereof is Marty name and number for long dis- morner. Osgard. tance calls is MUrdock 6. -- . T'-'- ..... In Witness Whereof, this corpor- It is expected that a possible 60..A new clerK, was ,atctatmg a ation has caused the foregoing no- to 80 users will join the exchange fetter ana was m aOUDt as co tneI tice to be executed this 28th day use of a certain financial phrase. I^~ .m._^~. ln~.,~ ~ U~ ~V~dLt;LI, .L~OV. in the future, including subscrib- So he asked the stenog, Do you]RncKv VnRD TEr,EPIJON~. Cn ers in the area from Huiett to ,..~, .... ~^._~,, ~ .......................... Oshoto. .~.~ a..,,.~: . -I Orville D. Harper, tTreamuy tne stenog answerefl: Pro~idont Lines from the New Haven. ex- "No, I sleep with mama." ] ATTEST."" ....... change have been purchased and~ .., ., ----- [ Marty Osgard, erected on a cooperative basis by telephone users in that area.i men mere were the two color-I Secretary ed women who were discussingI March 29; April 5, 12 Ellison said the radio beam made a family which had recently moved I possible a more economical con. into their neighborhood. One men-I ~nection ~to Mountain States lines tioned that the new arrivals had[ *_ U~.--I ...... than could have been made by j J::JJm rsemmer~ ure erecting poles and lines from New12 children Haven to Moorcroft. i "Lawsy, lawsy," spoke the other. I Deel, z~4~e ~ Ce~ts "That man sure must love chillun',I s~'*"~" ~s*~ ~"s ~,v-. Ellison said new subscribers or sumpin'." [ rl~:' fa/emn~rlYof fa ~d~ r~ ,wMr. and Mrs. Ell~ Hem~rn:Of made their first calls starting at 5:30 p.m. He quoted the new subscribers as reporting the lines l NOTICE OF INCORPORATION .... P Th - " - Notice is ho,-,~h~, a~,,o,, ,hot ~aarcn z~. e ~ pouna, "~ ounce and airwaves to Moorcroft as clear Rock,, F,,rd n'~-'l~',,~'~,,o~'~'~"- ~,'~- boy has been named Douglas Ellis. as a call in town: ~ .... ,-v ............ - Mrs. Hemler is the daughter of poration, has been incorporated Mr. and Mrs. Andy Peterson of under the laws of the State of Sundance. Wyoming, and that a certificate of incorporation has been duly flied in the offices of the Secretary of State of Wyoming and of the Coun- ty Clerk of Crook County, Wyo- ming. [ The objects and purposes for' which this corporation is formed When you are in a hurry and are: To acquire, construct, pur- pressed for time it will help to chase, rent, own, operate, and think af the.Egyptian mummies maintain a two-circuit telephone! line from Sundance, Crook County, Wyoming, thence northeasterly along U. S. Highway No. 14 a dis- tance of 15 miles, and branching from the point of intersection of said highway and the Rifle Pit County road, easterly along the Rifle Pit County road a distance of ,7 miles, together with connecting lines of members; to purchase or otherwise acquire, own, rent, lease, maintain poles, lines, equip- ment, and rights of way for such telephone lines, and, in such man- ner as permitted by its by.laws, to borrow money and to acquire, own, maintain, sell, lease, mortgage, or otherwise dispose of real and per- sonal property necessary, inciden- tal, convenient, or favorable to the conduct of its business and affairs. This corporation is a non-profit organization, with no capital stock. they were pressed for time, too m Hie--- I had twelve bottles bf whiskey in my cellar, and my wife told me to empty the contents of each and every one down the sink OR ELSE. So, I said I would, and proceed- ed with the unpleasant task. I withdrew the cork from the first ,bottle and poured the contents *down :the sink, with the exception of one glass, which I drank. I then ,extracted .~he cork from the sec. ond bottle, and did likewise, with the exception of one glass which I drank. I, then ~vithdrew the cork from the third bottle and empti- ed the good booze down the sink, with the exception of one glass, which I drank. I pulled the bottle from the cork of the next, and drank one sink out of it, and poured the cork down the bottle. I pull. ed the next cork out of my throat, and poured the sink down the bottle and drank the glass. Then I corked the sink with the glass, bottled the drink, and drank the pour. When I had everything emp- Dr. OHver A. Jewett OPTOMETRIST ltellel Nxche Otflm Over l rey's Haniware (Phone 730) Tue~lav Through Saturday DR. KEITH LOGAN ~HIROPRACTOR Bolles Building Phone 555 Belle Fourche, S. IL For Those Tender Smoked Hams and Baeen Bring your Hogs to BRODSKY Packing Co. Preeeuing s.n. "Men's Night" is Held by Sunny Divide Farm Bureau "Men's Night", with the men preparing and serving lunch, fea- tured the meeting of the Sunny Divide Farm Bureau at the Com- munity Hall March 23. During the session, members heard reports on the Northeast District Farm Bureau meeting, the county meeting, the dance held by the local and seed *grains available from several members. The Soil Bank plan was also discussed at the meeting and it will be given consideration by the legislative committee of the local. Clean-up day at the hall will be held April 15 with a potluck din- ner at noon. President Ed Chatfield a Farm Bureau meeting at Douglas March 26-27. Following the meeting, films were shown including three on the meat industry, one from the Soil Conservation office and one on Western Pine. The next meeting of the local will be held April 27 and will fea- ture a pancake and sausage supper starting at 7 p.m. Bernice Chat- Wm of Moorcroft m's Motor Co. wyo. NEW AND USED CARS AND TRUCKS I can make you a top notch deal on either a new or a used car or truck. GUARANTEED DELIVERY IN 30 DAYS ON ANY NEW FORD DE- SIRED. .... Phone 4434 or Write Box 204 Moorcroft. Y Gillette, Wyo. County, Wyoming, 160 acres. Any and all persons adversely to the said Otis to said placer mining above described and or any part thereof, are tiffed that unless their duly filed according to the and Regulations thereunder the Manager of the United Land Office at Cheyenne, ruing, within the time provid law, they will be forever I by virtue of the provisions~ above mentioned Statute. Dated this 28th day of Feb A.D., 1956. Perry T. Williams, Manager March 8-15-22-29, April May 3 west quarter, the northwest quarter of the northwest quar- ter and the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter of Section 14 in Township 56 North of Range 67 West of the 6th Principal Meridian, Crook ............. Lumber Morgan R. Elton I Due to the death of my 171-7 LaZelle St. | and to settle his estate l l necessary that I sell thiS Sturgls, S. D. ,I located on the Jolly Sidi tween Spearfish and Accounting I Fourche, S. D., on Sigh~ Income. Tax } theMay DRY be boughtKiLN.with or ' " Service t Jack Sturd v (See Bill's Cleaning | 8ervlee) [ BELLE FOURCHE, S. 1~ % This Easter, enjoy a rich tender ha#, either plain or fruited, for your afternoon dinner. We have a varietY of kinds and sizes to fit your taste. And for the fixings for Easter from sweet potatoes to candies. For a fine Easter dinner, shop wit us where you'll find everything for yot Easter dinner. WE DELIVER Ph. $-1155 8undance,