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PAGE 6 THE SUNDANCE TIMES MARCH 29, 1990 WYOMING HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT CHEYENNE, WYOMING NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE OF , AND ', FINAL SETTLEMENT FOR HIGHWAY WORK " Notice is hereby given that the State Highway Commission of :' Wyoming has accepted as completed according to plans, specifications and rules giverning the same the work performed under that certain contract between the State of Wyoming, acting , through said Commission, and Ainsworth-Benning of Wyoming, Inc., the Contractor, on Highway Project Number SRA-90-4(93)189 , consisting of extensive landscaping, minor building improve- ments, building heating, and remodeling to meet handicap ' requirements at the Sundance Rest Area Interchange on 1-90 at : milepost 189 +/-, and the Contractor is entitled to final settlement therefor; that the Superintendent of the State Highway Depart- ment will cause said Contractor to be paid the full amount due him  under said contract on April 25, 1990. The date of *.he first publication of this notice is: March 15, 1990. dTATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION OF WYOMING .j By: John M. Richardson - John M. Richardson . Federal Aid Supervisor Accounting Branch . Publish: March 15, 22, 29, 1990 o,. STATE OF WYOMING ) COUNTY OF CROOK IN THE DISTRICT COURT ) 88. ) SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT Probate No. 4813 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE ) OF GEORGE EDGAR BIRDSONG, ) Deceased. ) Order for Hearing The above-entitled matter having come before this court upon the petition of Anne Hardy Fowler under section 2-22-201, W. S. 1977, as amended, for an order admitting certified and exemplified . copies of probate proceedings from the Probate Court of Dallas County, Texas, in Probate No. 88-4741-P/2, to record in this court ' as original proceedings as a probate of decedent's estate in the State of Wyoming, and ordering distribution of the following " described real property, to-wit. An undivided one-eighth interest, as an heir of John A. Bird- . song, deceased, whose heirship was determined in Probate . Case No. 4609 in the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, in said decedent's mineral interests described as: ' An undivided interest in the minerals in, upon and under: Township 55 North, Range 65 West Section 22: Lots 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, SWNW, W 1/2 SW Section 23: NESW, SENW, NNW, SNW, SW1/4 NE%, NWSE Section 27: NE IA NE , Lots 1, 2 and 3, . NW 1/4 NW Crook County, Wyoming. to Anne Hardy Fowhr, as the sole legatee and devisee under % decedent's Will, and th, court being fully advised; ,. IT IS ORDERED that th said petition be heard on the 2nd day of April, 1990, at I0 o'clock A M. before the court at the courthouse, .i Sundance, Wyoming, when and where anyone interested may ,, appear and be heard. , : Dated this 1 day of March, 1990. , Terrence L. O'Brien District Judge Publish: March 15, 22, 29, 1990 BEFORE THE OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF WYOMING ' The following matters will come before this Commission on -': Tuesday, April 10, 1990, at 9:00 A.M., or as soon thereafter as the .f matter may be heard or on any subsequent day during which the Commission remains in session, in the Conference Room of the =, office of the State Oil and Gas Supervisor, 777 West First Street, ,," Casper, Wyoming: Cause No. 1, Order No. 1, Docket No. 95-90, brought on the ,; application of Fancher Oil Company, for an order from the Commission for an exception to Rule 302 for the Kottraba 25-10 ? well, located in the NW SE of Section 25, Township 53 North, . Range 68 West, in an unnamed field, Crook County, Wyoming. In : the absence of any objeion, this matter will be granted administrative approval on March 20, 1990. Cause No. 1, Order No. 1, Docket No. 122-90, brought on the - application of N. B. Loundagin, for an order for an exception location for the No. 32-5 Federal well, located in the SW NW of '.; Section 32, Township 49 North, Range 68 West, Thornton Field .., Area, Crook County, Wyoming. In the absence of any objection, this matter will be granted administrative approval on April 4, ." 1990. / Cause No. 1, Order No. 13, Docket No. 135-90, brought on the application of True Oil Company, for an order vacating 80-acre , ; drilling and spacing units for the Slattery Field, Campbell and " Crook Counties, Wyoming, under provisions of Docket No. 90-67 and 457-84 .. Any inter sted firm, person, or corporation shall be entitled to '' appear at tae time and" place aforesaid to be heard by the Commission, md the application may be inspected in the office of 7 the undersigned, 777 West First Street, Casper, Wyoming. .. If there are any protests in the above matters, please make such .. known to the State Oil and Gas Supervisor at least three (3) . , working days before the hearing. :. WYOMING OIL AND GAS o CONSERVATION COMMISSION Donald Basko '. Donald B. Basko, Secretary : Publish: March 29, 1990 BEFORE THE OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF WYOMING The following matters will come before this Commission's  Hearing Examiners in the absence of an objection on Monday, '. April 9, 1990, at 1:30 P.M. or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, in the office of the State Oil and Gas Supervisor, 777 West First Street, Casper, Wyoming: ., Cause No. 3, Order No. I, Docket No. 90-90, brought on the application of True Oil Company, for an order from the , Commission approving the unitization of the Lower Minnelusa "A" Formation, Slattery Field, Campbell and Crook Counties, Wyoming. . Any interested firm, person, or corporation shall be entitled to i, appear before the Commission at the time and place aforesaid to be heard by the Commission, and the application may be inspected in " the office of the undersigned, 777 West First Street, Casper, ,, Wyoming. % If there are any protests in the above matters, please make such known to the State Oil and Gas Supervisor at least three i3} working days before the hearings. If protests are filed with the " Supervisor, the matters will be heard by the Commission on the , following day. WYOMING OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION Donald Basko Donald B. Basko, Secretary Publish: March 29, 1990 For stubborn refrigerator odors, place a off can filled with charcoal on a refrigerator shelf for several days. Repeat with fresh charcoal until odor is gone. CALL FOR CHEMICAL BIDS Sealed bids for miscellaneous Pesticides will be received at the Crook County Weed & Pest Control District office until 7:30 P.M. mountain time, April 3, 1990 and will be publicly opened at that time. Contact the Crook County Weed & Pest office for bid forms and specifications. Board of Directors Publish: March 22, 29, 1990 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF WYOMING IN AND FOR CROOK COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF } BERNICE L. IKE, ) ['.zoate,No. 4814 Decevsed.. )  " NOTICE OF ESTATE PROCEEDINGS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: You are hereby notified that on the 9th day of March, 1990, the administration of the estate of the above-named Decedent was commenced in the above-named Court, and that Lyle George Ike was appointed personal representative thereof. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the Decedent or to her estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned at Post Office Box 103, Hulett, Wyoming 82720. Creditors having claims against the Decedent or the estate are required to file them in duplicate with the necessary vouchers in the office of the Clerk of said Court, on or before three (3) months after the date of first publication of this Notice, and if such claims are not so filed, unless otherwise allowed or paid, they will be forever barred LYLE GEORGE IKE Personal representative Publish: March 22, 29; April 5, 12, 1990 STATE OF WYOMING ) IN THE DISTRICT COURT ) aS. COUNTY OF CROOK ) SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT Probate No. 4811 IN THE MATTER OF THE REAL ESTATE OF ) DAISY D. MAY, ) Deceased. ) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR DECREE OF TITLE YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on the 5th day of February, 1990, Duane C. Rollins, Secretary-Treasurer of the Wyoming Conference of Seventh-Day Adventists, made applica- tion to the Sixth Judicial District Court, County of Crook, State of Wyoming, in Probate Case No. 4811 to have the title of Daisy D. May, deceased, in and to the follo:ving described property: SE 1/4 SE , Section 6, Township 48 North, Range 64 West of the 6th PM., Weston County, Wyoming. An undivided 6 % of all oil, gas and other minerals lying in, on, undLr, or any way connected with the S % SE , Section 11 ; $I/2 SW , Section 12; W i/ NW , Section 13; NENE, SV2NE, NV2SV2, Section 14; all in Township 4q North, Range 64 West of the 6th P.M., Crook Couaty, Wyoming. An undivided One-hall of all oil, gas, and other minerals lying in, on, under or any way connected with the following described real estate: SW SW, Section 29; EV2 SE, Section 30; SI/SE , SESWIA, Section 31; NWIANW, Section 32, Township 49 North, Range 64 West of the 6th P.M., Crook County, Wyoming; Lots 1, 2, 3, S%NE, NA SEV4, SE SEIA, NESWA, Section 6; SI/2NE, NI/2SW, Section 5, Township 48 North, Range 64 West of the 6th P.M., Weston County, Wyoming. A 12' x 54' 1970 New Moon Mobile Home Super Metro, Model Serial No. GJ223799 set over and decreed into the name of Wyoming Conference Association of Seventh-Day Adventists, a Wyoming corporation, pursuant to that certain Trust No. 78-19, dated January 4, 1979, pursuant to Section 2-1-201 and 2-1-205, Wyoming Statutes, 1977, and all amendments thereto A/] parties objectigtg, sai application must file theirbjection prior to the 5th day of April, 1990, and if no objections ae filed  before said date than applicant shall request the Court to enter an Order decreeing the title of the above-described property into the name of Wyoming Conference of Seventh-Day Adventists DATED this 12th day of March, 1990. DUANE C. ROLLINS, Secretary- Treasurer of the Wyoming Conference of Seventh-Day Adventists Publish: March 22, 29, 1990 NOTICE The Sundance Senior Citizens Center, Inc. is applying for an Urban Mass Transportation Administration (UMTA) section 18 grant to provide operating and capital funds for public transporta- tion services in Crook County. Any party wishing a public hearing on the proposed use of UMTA Section 18 funds may request a hearing in writing by April 16, 1990. Such request should be mailed to the Sundance Senior Citizens Center, 220 N. 2nd St., P.O. Box 648, Sundance, Wyoming 82729, Attention Barbard Craw ford. The Sundance Senior Citizens Center, Inc. requests any comment from private providers. In accordance with Section 105 (f) of the Surface Transportation Act of 1982, the Sundance Senior Citizens Center, Inc. assures that Disadvantaged Business enterprises or Women's Business Enter- prises will have the maximum opportunity to compete for and perform contracts on all contracting opportunities which involve expenditure of UMTA funds. Any such business enterprises are encouraged to contact the Sundance Senior Citizens Center, Inc. at the above address. The Sundance Senior Citizens Center, Inc. and its governing Board and staff hereby assure that no person on the grounds of race, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, or handicap shall be excluded from participation in, or denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination including discrimination in employ- ment under any project funded in whole or in part by UMTA. Publish: March 29; April 5, 12, 1990 TEAM HIGH SERIES Joe's Gazette Sundance Times UNIQUE SCORES Donna Allen 4-5-7, 2-7 Hart Patrol Incomplete Gazette 62-50 Sundance Times 601/ -51 Joe's 551/,-56 Sherry' s Incomplete Lazy Seedy 38 -73 Vs MEN'S HIGH GAME Chuck McAuley 224 John Holmes 215 Bob Shepperson 182 MEN'S HIGH SERIES Chuck McAuley 604 John Holmes 568 Rich Toth 515 WOMEN'S HIGH GAME Patty Schuiz 186 Mary Shepperson 173 Mel Toth 145 Becky McAuley 145 WOMEN'S HIGH SERIES Patty Schulz 493 Mary Shepperson 432 Mel Toth 401 TEAM HIGH GAME Joe's 861 Gazette 791 Sundance Times 760 2365 2263 2215 Howard Allen 3-I0 Rich Toth 3-I0, I-2-I0 Ron Materi (Sub), 3-I0 Bert Points 5-8-10 Stumblebum League March 15, 1990 Cal's Bait Shop 631/2-40 Sun. Food & Fuel 61-39 Inc. Dick's Auto 58Vz-41Vs Inc. Sonny' s Place 48 1/.55 V2 Fuller Const. 44 V-59 McMillan and Son 44-56 Inc. Donna's Diner 44-60 Sundance Equipment 44-56 Inc. INDIVIDUAL HIGH SERIES Hazel Baker (Sub) 501 Connie Blakeman (Sub) 500 Cheryl Trigg 496 INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAME Betty Gray 199 Irene Buckmiller 192 Connie Blakeman (Sub) 189 Notice is hereby given that the Crook County School District No. One Board of wanants for the following bills exceeding $300.00 at the regular meeting of the Board 22, 1990 at Sundance, Wyoming. To Whom Paid AI' s Electric Baker Taylor Co. Best Business Products Robert Brooke & Assoc. Campbell Co. School District Cemgas Inc. Colborn's of Wyoming Conoco Inc. DAFC-Telecommunications Dakota Bus Service Des kr's Food Center Dick _Bliek Co. Dick's Auto Body & Repair Encyclopaedia Britannica Energy Electric Flower & Gift Boutique Formal Fashions Inc. Gases Plus Gill Oil Co. Hughes & Dumbrill Hulett Co-op Interstate Detroit Diesel JB's Restaurant Josten's Jack or Diane Kuhbacher Jerry or Gayle Kuhbacher Laramie Inn Lazy Y Betsy Mahoney Moorcroft Arts Council Moorcroft Leader Moorcroft Municipal Motel 8 Nannemann Brothers Neal's Radiator Shop Nelson's Oil & Gas Northeast Wyo BOCES Opportunities for Learning Ox Sporting Goods Petrolane Moorcroft Petty Cash, C.O. Plainsco Inc. Quality Hardware Range Telephone Reading Resources, Inc. Renew Rigby Riley & Co., Inc. Rocky Mountain Tire Sirs Inc. Stewart's Texaco Sundance Times City of Sundance Super 8 Motel Texaco Inc. Tracy Motor Inc. Tri-County Electric United Learning Universal Athletic Universal Transport Inc. US West Communications Ottlin A. Wegner Western Business Resources Western Life Insurance Wolff's of Wyo Roger or Lorna Wood Wyo Association FHA Wyoming Sales & Service Wyodak Resource Development Corp. Yocum Music FROM: NET PAYABLES Beneficial Life Insurance Crook County School District Escrow Acc0unt,,SD Fidelity Retirement Service Great American Life Horace Mann Educators IDS Life Insurance Lincoln National Life Lutheran Brotherhood New York Life Northern Life Insurance Salary Account CCSD Sundance State Bank Variable Annuity Life Workers Comp. Division Wyo Retirement System Wyoming Retirement System FROM: RETIREMENT ESCROW Crook County School District FROM: FEDERAL PROJECTS Council for Exceptional Children Follett Software Co. M.S.R. West Inc. Region HI Pre-School University of Wyoming Youth Directions FROM: ACTIVITY ACCOUNT Anderson's Party Supplies Bigger Faster Stronger Coca Cola West Inc. Craig Distributing Decker's Food Center Fast Break Sports Jack & Jill- Hulett National FFA Supply Otis Candy Sales Pepsi Cola Co. Rodeway Inn Sonny's Place Stumps Sundance Music Travel Account E.A. Sween Co. Universal Athletic Wyo HS Activities Assoc. FROM: LUNCH ACCOUNT Crook Co.School District Food Services of America Gillette Dairy Metz Baking Co. Sturgis Meat Service Twin City Fruit Wyo. Dept. of Education FROM: INSURANCE ESCROW First American Admin. Serv. First American Admin. Serv. First American Admin. Serv. Bowling Baggs { Purpose of Expenditure Amount Materials & Labor 854.60 Books 469.61 Copier Maintenance 1,290.00 Seats w/Bolts 695.32 Maintenance Supplies 447.04 Propane 855.98 Equipment & Supplies 352.11 Gasoline 633.69 Telecom Service 1,526.12 Contracted Transportation 1,225.00 Supplies 304.04 Teaching Supplies 422.91 Maintenance Contract, Parts, Labor 1566.00 Encyclopedias 877.00 Labor & Materials 496.16 Supplies & Flowers 472.75 Music Supplies 423.00 Supplies 315.61 Gasoline 2,000.93 Legal Services 490.50 Maintenance Contract, Gas, Etc. 3,862.15 Bus Repairs 2,774.11 Meals 311.57 Down Payment-Annuals 775.00 Isolation Family Move 360.00 Isolation Family Move 360.00 Meals 301.95 Meals 368.30 Reimburse Mileage & Postage 450.88 Artist in Residency 1,000.00 Notices 507.94 Services 488.20 Lodging 480.12 Rebuilt Transmission 350.00 Radiator Repairs 1,590.00 Meals, Gasoline, Etc. 2,138.63 Tuition 3,659.05 Supplies 409.61 Supplies & Equipment 848.10 Natural Gas 568.69 Reimburse Supplies, Books, Etc. 654.67 Cooler 557.73 Materials & Equipment 919.04 Telephone Service 331.71 Books 702.58 Tuition 1,730.18 Library Supplies & Books 380.54 88-89 Audit 11,000.00 Parts 520.40 Books 325.00 Gasoline Etc. 1,597.48 Ads, Notices, Publications 470.80 Services 401.73 Lodging State Wrestling 797.94 Gasoline 317.26 Supplies, Parts, Etc. 647.52 Electrical Service 15,255.04 A/V Materials 860.00 Uniforms, Supplies & Equipment 1,279.50 Coal Hauling 956.08 Telephone Service 583.88 Reimburse Expenses 526.56 Maintenance & Supplies 1,608.99 Long Term Disability 1,347.62 Welding Hood Vent Bid 2,950.00 Mileage & Isolation 529.48 Meals & Registration Fees 1,152.75 Exhaust Repairs 567.74 Coal 1,065.20 Teaching Supplies 457.45 Annuities 1,801.00 Rent 1,000.00 Insurance 50,634.82 Annuities I, 196.00 Annuities 975.00 Annuities 409.00 Annuities 1,624.00 Annuities 3,833.83 Annuities 400.00 Annuities 680.00 Annuities 2,904.33 Net Salaries 327,266.88 FICA & Withholding 112,996.94 Annuities 425.00 Workers Compensation 896.55 Retirement 44,243.98 Life Insurance 537.00 Transfer Early Retirement Funds 9,193.18 Conference Registration&Meals 431.50 Library Software 9,48010 Equipment 2,680.00 ChildScreening 3,751.00 Tuition 2,397.00 Presentation 1.910.00 Prom Supplies 866.61 Weight Clinic 650.00 Pop 418.50 Candy, Etc. 900.32 Supplies 401.68 Shoes 742.50 Supplies 409.42 Supplies 646.25 Candy 781.45 Pop 2,066.10 Lodging Band Trip 1,218.00 Cooler 450.00 Prom Supplies 849.78 Transfer Funds 1,399.28 Supplies 1,365.37 T-Shirts I, 125.50 Registration Wrestling Tourney 1,533.50 Reimburse Salaries & Benefits 17,238.99 Groceries & Supplies 1,845.99 Dairy Products 3,048.79 Groceries 334.38 Groceries 373.25 Groceries 4,145.20 Commodities Assessment 463 93 Insurance 12,046.43 Insurance 6,761.85 Insurance 8,026.38 826 8O6 804 HIGH TEAM GAME Krause Lanes R&H Greenhouse Virg's Electric March 15, 1990 HIGH TEAM SERIES Virg's Electric 58-42 Krause Lanes 2430 Kranse Lanes 57Vs-42 Virg's Electric 2323 Sundance State Bank 55 -44 R&H Greenhouse 2304 Durfee's 50 -49 V.F.W. 48 V-51 t/ Donna's Diner 48-52 Faerie Tale Llamas 48-57 t 0 R & H Greenhouse 40-60 ,., JUSTICE COURT March 23, 1990 Speeding Ronald Vernon Hummel, Jr., Garrison, ND, $55; Kaylee F. Richards, Sundance, WY, $65; Ricky Dean Shank, Gillette, HIGH INDIVIDUAL GAME Rhonda Smith 220 Becky Blakeman (Sub) 200 Nancy Russell 191 HIGH INDIVIDUAL SERIES Babe Lynch 507 Rhonda Smith 504 Sylvia Sharp 502 WY, $60; Joni C. bull, WY, $32; Kuchar, Bloomfield, Reta Mary Carr, $55; Chadwich W. ton, WY, $10; Berenson, Denver, Failed to StoF at Stop Donald Bruce Minnetonka, MN, $40. Speeding James M. dance, WY, community service fine and paid coart Oversize James Theodore Waseca, MN, $210. PAGE 6 THE SUNDANCE TIMES MARCH 29, 1990 WYOMING HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT CHEYENNE, WYOMING NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE OF , AND ', FINAL SETTLEMENT FOR HIGHWAY WORK " Notice is hereby given that the State Highway Commission of :' Wyoming has accepted as completed according to plans, specifications and rules giverning the same the work performed under that certain contract between the State of Wyoming, acting , through said Commission, and Ainsworth-Benning of Wyoming, Inc., the Contractor, on Highway Project Number SRA-90-4(93)189 , consisting of extensive landscaping, minor building improve- ments, building heating, and remodeling to meet handicap ' requirements at the Sundance Rest Area Interchange on 1-90 at : milepost 189 +/-, and the Contractor is entitled to final settlement therefor; that the Superintendent of the State Highway Depart- ment will cause said Contractor to be paid the full amount due him  under said contract on April 25, 1990. The date of *.he first publication of this notice is: March 15, 1990. dTATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION OF WYOMING .j By: John M. Richardson - John M. Richardson . Federal Aid Supervisor Accounting Branch . Publish: March 15, 22, 29, 1990 o,. STATE OF WYOMING ) COUNTY OF CROOK IN THE DISTRICT COURT ) 88. ) SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT Probate No. 4813 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE ) OF GEORGE EDGAR BIRDSONG, ) Deceased. ) Order for Hearing The above-entitled matter having come before this court upon the petition of Anne Hardy Fowler under section 2-22-201, W. S. 1977, as amended, for an order admitting certified and exemplified . copies of probate proceedings from the Probate Court of Dallas County, Texas, in Probate No. 88-4741-P/2, to record in this court ' as original proceedings as a probate of decedent's estate in the State of Wyoming, and ordering distribution of the following " described real property, to-wit. An undivided one-eighth interest, as an heir of John A. Bird- . song, deceased, whose heirship was determined in Probate . Case No. 4609 in the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, in said decedent's mineral interests described as: ' An undivided interest in the minerals in, upon and under: Township 55 North, Range 65 West Section 22: Lots 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, SWNW, W 1/2 SW Section 23: NESW, SENW, NNW, SNW, SW1/4 NE%, NWSE Section 27: NE IA NE , Lots 1, 2 and 3, . NW 1/4 NW Crook County, Wyoming. to Anne Hardy Fowhr, as the sole legatee and devisee under % decedent's Will, and th, court being fully advised; ,. IT IS ORDERED that th said petition be heard on the 2nd day of April, 1990, at I0 o'clock A M. before the court at the courthouse, .i Sundance, Wyoming, when and where anyone interested may ,, appear and be heard. , : Dated this 1 day of March, 1990. , Terrence L. O'Brien District Judge Publish: March 15, 22, 29, 1990 BEFORE THE OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF WYOMING ' The following matters will come before this Commission on -': Tuesday, April 10, 1990, at 9:00 A.M., or as soon thereafter as the .f matter may be heard or on any subsequent day during which the Commission remains in session, in the Conference Room of the =, office of the State Oil and Gas Supervisor, 777 West First Street, ,," Casper, Wyoming: Cause No. 1, Order No. 1, Docket No. 95-90, brought on the ,; application of Fancher Oil Company, for an order from the Commission for an exception to Rule 302 for the Kottraba 25-10 ? well, located in the NW SE of Section 25, Township 53 North, . Range 68 West, in an unnamed field, Crook County, Wyoming. In : the absence of any objeion, this matter will be granted administrative approval on March 20, 1990. Cause No. 1, Order No. 1, Docket No. 122-90, brought on the - application of N. B. Loundagin, for an order for an exception location for the No. 32-5 Federal well, located in the SW NW of '.; Section 32, Township 49 North, Range 68 West, Thornton Field .., Area, Crook County, Wyoming. In the absence of any objection, this matter will be granted administrative approval on April 4, ." 1990. / Cause No. 1, Order No. 13, Docket No. 135-90, brought on the application of True Oil Company, for an order vacating 80-acre , ; drilling and spacing units for the Slattery Field, Campbell and " Crook Counties, Wyoming, under provisions of Docket No. 90-67 and 457-84 .. Any inter sted firm, person, or corporation shall be entitled to '' appear at tae time and" place aforesaid to be heard by the Commission, md the application may be inspected in the office of 7 the undersigned, 777 West First Street, Casper, Wyoming. .. If there are any protests in the above matters, please make such .. known to the State Oil and Gas Supervisor at least three (3) . , working days before the hearing. :. WYOMING OIL AND GAS o CONSERVATION COMMISSION Donald Basko '. Donald B. Basko, Secretary : Publish: March 29, 1990 BEFORE THE OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF WYOMING The following matters will come before this Commission's  Hearing Examiners in the absence of an objection on Monday, '. April 9, 1990, at 1:30 P.M. or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard, in the office of the State Oil and Gas Supervisor, 777 West First Street, Casper, Wyoming: ., Cause No. 3, Order No. I, Docket No. 90-90, brought on the application of True Oil Company, for an order from the , Commission approving the unitization of the Lower Minnelusa "A" Formation, Slattery Field, Campbell and Crook Counties, Wyoming. . Any interested firm, person, or corporation shall be entitled to i, appear before the Commission at the time and place aforesaid to be heard by the Commission, and the application may be inspected in " the office of the undersigned, 777 West First Street, Casper, ,, Wyoming. % If there are any protests in the above matters, please make such known to the State Oil and Gas Supervisor at least three i3} working days before the hearings. If protests are filed with the " Supervisor, the matters will be heard by the Commission on the , following day. WYOMING OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION Donald Basko Donald B. Basko, Secretary Publish: March 29, 1990 For stubborn refrigerator odors, place a off can filled with charcoal on a refrigerator shelf for several days. Repeat with fresh charcoal until odor is gone. CALL FOR CHEMICAL BIDS Sealed bids for miscellaneous Pesticides will be received at the Crook County Weed & Pest Control District office until 7:30 P.M. mountain time, April 3, 1990 and will be publicly opened at that time. Contact the Crook County Weed & Pest office for bid forms and specifications. Board of Directors Publish: March 22, 29, 1990 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF WYOMING IN AND FOR CROOK COUNTY IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF } BERNICE L. IKE, ) ['.zoate,No. 4814 Decevsed.. )  " NOTICE OF ESTATE PROCEEDINGS TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE: You are hereby notified that on the 9th day of March, 1990, the administration of the estate of the above-named Decedent was commenced in the above-named Court, and that Lyle George Ike was appointed personal representative thereof. Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the Decedent or to her estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned at Post Office Box 103, Hulett, Wyoming 82720. Creditors having claims against the Decedent or the estate are required to file them in duplicate with the necessary vouchers in the office of the Clerk of said Court, on or before three (3) months after the date of first publication of this Notice, and if such claims are not so filed, unless otherwise allowed or paid, they will be forever barred LYLE GEORGE IKE Personal representative Publish: March 22, 29; April 5, 12, 1990 STATE OF WYOMING ) IN THE DISTRICT COURT ) aS. COUNTY OF CROOK ) SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT Probate No. 4811 IN THE MATTER OF THE REAL ESTATE OF ) DAISY D. MAY, ) Deceased. ) NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR DECREE OF TITLE YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that on the 5th day of February, 1990, Duane C. Rollins, Secretary-Treasurer of the Wyoming Conference of Seventh-Day Adventists, made applica- tion to the Sixth Judicial District Court, County of Crook, State of Wyoming, in Probate Case No. 4811 to have the title of Daisy D. May, deceased, in and to the follo:ving described property: SE 1/4 SE , Section 6, Township 48 North, Range 64 West of the 6th PM., Weston County, Wyoming. An undivided 6 % of all oil, gas and other minerals lying in, on, undLr, or any way connected with the S % SE , Section 11 ; $I/2 SW , Section 12; W i/ NW , Section 13; NENE, SV2NE, NV2SV2, Section 14; all in Township 4q North, Range 64 West of the 6th P.M., Crook Couaty, Wyoming. An undivided One-hall of all oil, gas, and other minerals lying in, on, under or any way connected with the following described real estate: SW SW, Section 29; EV2 SE, Section 30; SI/SE , SESWIA, Section 31; NWIANW, Section 32, Township 49 North, Range 64 West of the 6th P.M., Crook County, Wyoming; Lots 1, 2, 3, S%NE, NA SEV4, SE SEIA, NESWA, Section 6; SI/2NE, NI/2SW, Section 5, Township 48 North, Range 64 West of the 6th P.M., Weston County, Wyoming. A 12' x 54' 1970 New Moon Mobile Home Super Metro, Model Serial No. GJ223799 set over and decreed into the name of Wyoming Conference Association of Seventh-Day Adventists, a Wyoming corporation, pursuant to that certain Trust No. 78-19, dated January 4, 1979, pursuant to Section 2-1-201 and 2-1-205, Wyoming Statutes, 1977, and all amendments thereto A/] parties objectigtg, sai application must file theirbjection prior to the 5th day of April, 1990, and if no objections ae filed  before said date than applicant shall request the Court to enter an Order decreeing the title of the above-described property into the name of Wyoming Conference of Seventh-Day Adventists DATED this 12th day of March, 1990. DUANE C. ROLLINS, Secretary- Treasurer of the Wyoming Conference of Seventh-Day Adventists Publish: March 22, 29, 1990 NOTICE The Sundance Senior Citizens Center, Inc. is applying for an Urban Mass Transportation Administration (UMTA) section 18 grant to provide operating and capital funds for public transporta- tion services in Crook County. Any party wishing a public hearing on the proposed use of UMTA Section 18 funds may request a hearing in writing by April 16, 1990. Such request should be mailed to the Sundance Senior Citizens Center, 220 N. 2nd St., P.O. Box 648, Sundance, Wyoming 82729, Attention Barbard Craw ford. The Sundance Senior Citizens Center, Inc. requests any comment from private providers. In accordance with Section 105 (f) of the Surface Transportation Act of 1982, the Sundance Senior Citizens Center, Inc. assures that Disadvantaged Business enterprises or Women's Business Enter- prises will have the maximum opportunity to compete for and perform contracts on all contracting opportunities which involve expenditure of UMTA funds. Any such business enterprises are encouraged to contact the Sundance Senior Citizens Center, Inc. at the above address. The Sundance Senior Citizens Center, Inc. and its governing Board and staff hereby assure that no person on the grounds of race, color, creed, national origin, sex, age, or handicap shall be excluded from participation in, or denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination including discrimination in employ- ment under any project funded in whole or in part by UMTA. Publish: March 29; April 5, 12, 1990 TEAM HIGH SERIES Joe's Gazette Sundance Times UNIQUE SCORES Donna Allen 4-5-7, 2-7 Hart Patrol Incomplete Gazette 62-50 Sundance Times 601/ -51 Joe's 551/,-56 Sherry' s Incomplete Lazy Seedy 38 -73 Vs MEN'S HIGH GAME Chuck McAuley 224 John Holmes 215 Bob Shepperson 182 MEN'S HIGH SERIES Chuck McAuley 604 John Holmes 568 Rich Toth 515 WOMEN'S HIGH GAME Patty Schuiz 186 Mary Shepperson 173 Mel Toth 145 Becky McAuley 145 WOMEN'S HIGH SERIES Patty Schulz 493 Mary Shepperson 432 Mel Toth 401 TEAM HIGH GAME Joe's 861 Gazette 791 Sundance Times 760 2365 2263 2215 Howard Allen 3-I0 Rich Toth 3-I0, I-2-I0 Ron Materi (Sub), 3-I0 Bert Points 5-8-10 Stumblebum League March 15, 1990 Cal's Bait Shop 631/2-40 Sun. Food & Fuel 61-39 Inc. Dick's Auto 58Vz-41Vs Inc. Sonny' s Place 48 1/.55 V2 Fuller Const. 44 V-59 McMillan and Son 44-56 Inc. Donna's Diner 44-60 Sundance Equipment 44-56 Inc. INDIVIDUAL HIGH SERIES Hazel Baker (Sub) 501 Connie Blakeman (Sub) 500 Cheryl Trigg 496 INDIVIDUAL HIGH GAME Betty Gray 199 Irene Buckmiller 192 Connie Blakeman (Sub) 189 Notice is hereby given that the Crook County School District No. One Board of wanants for the following bills exceeding $300.00 at the regular meeting of the Board 22, 1990 at Sundance, Wyoming. To Whom Paid AI' s Electric Baker Taylor Co. Best Business Products Robert Brooke & Assoc. Campbell Co. School District Cemgas Inc. Colborn's of Wyoming Conoco Inc. DAFC-Telecommunications Dakota Bus Service Des kr's Food Center Dick _Bliek Co. Dick's Auto Body & Repair Encyclopaedia Britannica Energy Electric Flower & Gift Boutique Formal Fashions Inc. Gases Plus Gill Oil Co. Hughes & Dumbrill Hulett Co-op Interstate Detroit Diesel JB's Restaurant Josten's Jack or Diane Kuhbacher Jerry or Gayle Kuhbacher Laramie Inn Lazy Y Betsy Mahoney Moorcroft Arts Council Moorcroft Leader Moorcroft Municipal Motel 8 Nannemann Brothers Neal's Radiator Shop Nelson's Oil & Gas Northeast Wyo BOCES Opportunities for Learning Ox Sporting Goods Petrolane Moorcroft Petty Cash, C.O. Plainsco Inc. Quality Hardware Range Telephone Reading Resources, Inc. Renew Rigby Riley & Co., Inc. Rocky Mountain Tire Sirs Inc. Stewart's Texaco Sundance Times City of Sundance Super 8 Motel Texaco Inc. Tracy Motor Inc. Tri-County Electric United Learning Universal Athletic Universal Transport Inc. US West Communications Ottlin A. Wegner Western Business Resources Western Life Insurance Wolff's of Wyo Roger or Lorna Wood Wyo Association FHA Wyoming Sales & Service Wyodak Resource Development Corp. Yocum Music FROM: NET PAYABLES Beneficial Life Insurance Crook County School District Escrow Acc0unt,,SD Fidelity Retirement Service Great American Life Horace Mann Educators IDS Life Insurance Lincoln National Life Lutheran Brotherhood New York Life Northern Life Insurance Salary Account CCSD Sundance State Bank Variable Annuity Life Workers Comp. Division Wyo Retirement System Wyoming Retirement System FROM: RETIREMENT ESCROW Crook County School District FROM: FEDERAL PROJECTS Council for Exceptional Children Follett Software Co. M.S.R. West Inc. Region HI Pre-School University of Wyoming Youth Directions FROM: ACTIVITY ACCOUNT Anderson's Party Supplies Bigger Faster Stronger Coca Cola West Inc. Craig Distributing Decker's Food Center Fast Break Sports Jack & Jill- Hulett National FFA Supply Otis Candy Sales Pepsi Cola Co. Rodeway Inn Sonny's Place Stumps Sundance Music Travel Account E.A. Sween Co. Universal Athletic Wyo HS Activities Assoc. FROM: LUNCH ACCOUNT Crook Co.School District Food Services of America Gillette Dairy Metz Baking Co. Sturgis Meat Service Twin City Fruit Wyo. Dept. of Education FROM: INSURANCE ESCROW First American Admin. Serv. First American Admin. Serv. First American Admin. Serv. Bowling Baggs { Purpose of Expenditure Amount Materials & Labor 854.60 Books 469.61 Copier Maintenance 1,290.00 Seats w/Bolts 695.32 Maintenance Supplies 447.04 Propane 855.98 Equipment & Supplies 352.11 Gasoline 633.69 Telecom Service 1,526.12 Contracted Transportation 1,225.00 Supplies 304.04 Teaching Supplies 422.91 Maintenance Contract, Parts, Labor 1566.00 Encyclopedias 877.00 Labor & Materials 496.16 Supplies & Flowers 472.75 Music Supplies 423.00 Supplies 315.61 Gasoline 2,000.93 Legal Services 490.50 Maintenance Contract, Gas, Etc. 3,862.15 Bus Repairs 2,774.11 Meals 311.57 Down Payment-Annuals 775.00 Isolation Family Move 360.00 Isolation Family Move 360.00 Meals 301.95 Meals 368.30 Reimburse Mileage & Postage 450.88 Artist in Residency 1,000.00 Notices 507.94 Services 488.20 Lodging 480.12 Rebuilt Transmission 350.00 Radiator Repairs 1,590.00 Meals, Gasoline, Etc. 2,138.63 Tuition 3,659.05 Supplies 409.61 Supplies & Equipment 848.10 Natural Gas 568.69 Reimburse Supplies, Books, Etc. 654.67 Cooler 557.73 Materials & Equipment 919.04 Telephone Service 331.71 Books 702.58 Tuition 1,730.18 Library Supplies & Books 380.54 88-89 Audit 11,000.00 Parts 520.40 Books 325.00 Gasoline Etc. 1,597.48 Ads, Notices, Publications 470.80 Services 401.73 Lodging State Wrestling 797.94 Gasoline 317.26 Supplies, Parts, Etc. 647.52 Electrical Service 15,255.04 A/V Materials 860.00 Uniforms, Supplies & Equipment 1,279.50 Coal Hauling 956.08 Telephone Service 583.88 Reimburse Expenses 526.56 Maintenance & Supplies 1,608.99 Long Term Disability 1,347.62 Welding Hood Vent Bid 2,950.00 Mileage & Isolation 529.48 Meals & Registration Fees 1,152.75 Exhaust Repairs 567.74 Coal 1,065.20 Teaching Supplies 457.45 Annuities 1,801.00 Rent 1,000.00 Insurance 50,634.82 Annuities I, 196.00 Annuities 975.00 Annuities 409.00 Annuities 1,624.00 Annuities 3,833.83 Annuities 400.00 Annuities 680.00 Annuities 2,904.33 Net Salaries 327,266.88 FICA & Withholding 112,996.94 Annuities 425.00 Workers Compensation 896.55 Retirement 44,243.98 Life Insurance 537.00 Transfer Early Retirement Funds 9,193.18 Conference Registration&Meals 431.50 Library Software 9,48010 Equipment 2,680.00 ChildScreening 3,751.00 Tuition 2,397.00 Presentation 1.910.00 Prom Supplies 866.61 Weight Clinic 650.00 Pop 418.50 Candy, Etc. 900.32 Supplies 401.68 Shoes 742.50 Supplies 409.42 Supplies 646.25 Candy 781.45 Pop 2,066.10 Lodging Band Trip 1,218.00 Cooler 450.00 Prom Supplies 849.78 Transfer Funds 1,399.28 Supplies 1,365.37 T-Shirts I, 125.50 Registration Wrestling Tourney 1,533.50 Reimburse Salaries & Benefits 17,238.99 Groceries & Supplies 1,845.99 Dairy Products 3,048.79 Groceries 334.38 Groceries 373.25 Groceries 4,145.20 Commodities Assessment 463 93 Insurance 12,046.43 Insurance 6,761.85 Insurance 8,026.38 826 8O6 804 HIGH TEAM GAME Krause Lanes R&H Greenhouse Virg's Electric March 15, 1990 HIGH TEAM SERIES Virg's Electric 58-42 Krause Lanes 2430 Kranse Lanes 57Vs-42 Virg's Electric 2323 Sundance State Bank 55 -44 R&H Greenhouse 2304 Durfee's 50 -49 V.F.W. 48 V-51 t/ Donna's Diner 48-52 Faerie Tale Llamas 48-57 t 0 R & H Greenhouse 40-60 ,., JUSTICE COURT March 23, 1990 Speeding Ronald Vernon Hummel, Jr., Garrison, ND, $55; Kaylee F. Richards, Sundance, WY, $65; Ricky Dean Shank, Gillette, HIGH INDIVIDUAL GAME Rhonda Smith 220 Becky Blakeman (Sub) 200 Nancy Russell 191 HIGH INDIVIDUAL SERIES Babe Lynch 507 Rhonda Smith 504 Sylvia Sharp 502 WY, $60; Joni C. bull, WY, $32; Kuchar, Bloomfield, Reta Mary Carr, $55; Chadwich W. ton, WY, $10; Berenson, Denver, Failed to StoF at Stop Donald Bruce Minnetonka, MN, $40. Speeding James M. dance, WY, community service fine and paid coart Oversize James Theodore Waseca, MN, $210.