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Moorcroft Last Week Mrs. H. D. Hess of Oregon write they recent- a visit from the Carl family and Robert Gaf- fs visiting there. from Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Calif tells us they a visit from Bob's and family from Detroit, and Mrs. Bud Cannon left noon for Casper to a few days on business regular meeting of Pythian Was cancelled last Tuesday April 5 due to weather con- the next meeting will April 12th. Please as the MEC wishes to prepare for the visit April 28th. Donner went to Bill. Week and will undergo for the removal of are wishing her a Mrs, Melvin Mellotte folks in town over They report the their way are the worst saw them. in Gillette Saturday and Mrs. Joe Watt of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Mrs. "rex Davis and Mrs. Robert Atkinson Tower, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Dixie and Mr. and Mrs. and Frank Ste- dinner guests at the and Mrs. Cy Russell and Mrs. L. H. Robin- Helen Zimmerschied. Mrs. Merrill Waymire McKean, who have in Phoenix the are expected home Week. They planned to with Mr. and Mrs. in Laramie. Mrs. Al Harding and nd Mr. Smith were Dis- Saturday. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. were visitors in Gil-. services will be held at 2 ,.m. at the Moor- church for Otto Passed away in Hot d, Mrs. "Shorty" Cr--ston eir son Jack at P,,ctola "'` Uaday. Mrs. Smith of Igloo, at the home of their family, Mr. and Mrs. over the weekend. of Devils Tower, who has been hospitalized in the Sheri- dan Memorial hospital the past week was dismissed monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Cannon ar- rived home Monday evening after attending to business in Casper for a few days. On their return trip home they came by Douglas in hopes of being able to drive out to Glendo Dam but found the roads there too muddy. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Waymire and Mrs. Emma McKean arrived home Monday evening after spend- ing the past two and a half months in Phoenix. They returned by way of Las Vegas, and also visited their daughter and husband in Laramie. The Sunrise Services Easter morning put on by the young folks was well attended and surely was enjoyed by all. Breakfast was served in the church basement with an attendance of 43 and ev- eryone enjoyed the social hour. Mr. and Mrs. AI Wilson of Re- cluse were visitors in town Mon- day. Three R, M Last Week Bud Rozell's shearing crew tag- ged Raber's sheep last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Foster were supper guests at Frank Ridinger's Friday evening. We received about 8 inches of: snow here last week. It rained here the first of the week also. Green grass is beginning to show up quite well and several spring birds are back. Miss Delores Salmen got snow- bound in Sturgis over the week- end and due to the storm contin, uing she was unable to return to her school last week. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Ridinger and family and Delores Salmen visited Mr. and Mrs. George Bean, Jr. Thursday evening. -'Whitney " Foster, whorecently was run over by a truck in Belle Fourche, passed away at the Vet- eran's hospital in Miles City, Mon- tana Monday evening. Tex Mc- Dawel passed away at a Cheyenne hospital where he was being treat- ed for a heart ailment, Both of the men are well known in this community. We extend our deep- est sympathy to the families. Jr. Cochran helped Clyde Raber with lambing last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ridinger were business callers in Sundance Tuesday. We had a beautiful day oR Easter. But on Monday morning we had a skift of snow on the ground. Mimeograph Paper at The Times We Will Pickup & Deliver Dry Cleaning TUesdays and Fr,days CALL J Lee's Pharmacy NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that on the 1st day of April, 1955 (one) Viva I. Rees filed an application for a Retail Liquor License in the office of the Clerk of the Town of Hulett for the following described place and premises, to- wit: One Story Frame Building, Lot 2, Block 2 of the Powell Addition to the City of Hulett, Wyoming. and protests, ff any there be, against the issuancb of such license will be heard at the hour of 8 p.m. on the 2nd day of May, 1955 in the Legion hall. (Sighed) Harold Wells, . City CleI't. Dated April 1, 1955. April 7-14-21-28. NOTICE OF CONTRACTOR'S SETTLEMENT Notice is hereby given that con. strnction of the addition to Hulett High School, Crook County High School District, Hulett, Wyoming has been completed by the follow- ing contractors and that final pay- ment will be made to them on May 18, 1955, by said High School Dis- trict: Julien-Stoneberger Const. Co., Newcastle Wyoming - Gener- al Contractor. Bohnsack Electric, Sheridan Wyoming - Electrical Contract- or. Axel Ostlund & Sons, Gillette Wyoming - Mechanical Con- tractor. This notice is given, in accord. ance with Sec. 22-505 of Wyoming Compiled Statutes of 1945, so that any person, co-partnership, assoc- iation, or corporation who has an unpaid claim against the Contract- or, for or on account of the fur- nishing of labor, materials', trans- portation, sustenance, previsions, provender or other supplies used or consumed by such Contractor or! any sub-contractor in or about the performance of said work, may at any time up to and including said date of final settlement, May 18, 1955, file a verified statement of the amount due and unpaid on ac- count of such claim with the Sup- erintendent of Schools, R. E. Shan- non, at his office in the High School Building, Hulett, Wyoming. Failure of any claimant to file such statement prior to such final settlement will relieve said School THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. April 21, 1955 District from all and any liability for such claimants' claim. Crook County High School District Hulett, Wyoming Mr. A1 Harding, President. April 7-14-21. For Those Tender Smoked Hams and Bacon Bring your Hogs to BRODSKY Packing Co. For Processing Spearfish, S. D. A MODERN FOOD STOBE SLY'S GROCERY Groceries, Meats, Fruits, Vegetables, Bakery Goods Belle Fourche, 8. D. For Pickup Hats We've a bevy of gifts to make Mother's Day a special delight for her! See our glamour-gift accessories that are designed to add new sparkle to mother's wardrobe -- and choose nowl Jewelry  Lingerie ! Gergianna  o.s = in Nylon and Rayon New Cotton Slips . DRESSES le" Honey Comb Batiste .. $ 8.95 up ' Cotton $3.95 up -k** ** Dresses t Fancy Lace Trimmed SLIPS " for Summer " t $3.95 - $6.95 Washable * * * Nyons , Hosiery i Voiles I" by '#. Linens , Berkshire,Larkwood i Cottons - Holeproof $8,95 up  $1.35 up . Cleaners Myrlee Dress Shop I,'} Newcastle, Wyo. on the Corner Spearfish, S.D. ,l&l'.:,,_.;. ,, I Moorcroft Last Week Mrs. H. D. Hess of Oregon write they recent- a visit from the Carl family and Robert Gaf- fs visiting there. from Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Calif tells us they a visit from Bob's and family from Detroit, and Mrs. Bud Cannon left noon for Casper to a few days on business regular meeting of Pythian Was cancelled last Tuesday April 5 due to weather con- the next meeting will April 12th. Please as the MEC wishes to prepare for the visit April 28th. Donner went to Bill. Week and will undergo for the removal of are wishing her a Mrs, Melvin Mellotte folks in town over They report the their way are the worst saw them. in Gillette Saturday and Mrs. Joe Watt of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Mrs. "rex Davis and Mrs. Robert Atkinson Tower, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Dixie and Mr. and Mrs. and Frank Ste- dinner guests at the and Mrs. Cy Russell and Mrs. L. H. Robin- Helen Zimmerschied. Mrs. Merrill Waymire McKean, who have in Phoenix the are expected home Week. They planned to with Mr. and Mrs. in Laramie. Mrs. Al Harding and nd Mr. Smith were Dis- Saturday. Jones and Mr. and Mrs. were visitors in Gil-. services will be held at 2 ,.m. at the Moor- church for Otto Passed away in Hot d, Mrs. "Shorty" Cr--ston eir son Jack at P,,ctola "'` Uaday. Mrs. Smith of Igloo, at the home of their family, Mr. and Mrs. over the weekend. of Devils Tower, who has been hospitalized in the Sheri- dan Memorial hospital the past week was dismissed monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Cannon ar- rived home Monday evening after attending to business in Casper for a few days. On their return trip home they came by Douglas in hopes of being able to drive out to Glendo Dam but found the roads there too muddy. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Waymire and Mrs. Emma McKean arrived home Monday evening after spend- ing the past two and a half months in Phoenix. They returned by way of Las Vegas, and also visited their daughter and husband in Laramie. The Sunrise Services Easter morning put on by the young folks was well attended and surely was enjoyed by all. Breakfast was served in the church basement with an attendance of 43 and ev- eryone enjoyed the social hour. Mr. and Mrs. AI Wilson of Re- cluse were visitors in town Mon- day. Three R, M Last Week Bud Rozell's shearing crew tag- ged Raber's sheep last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Foster were supper guests at Frank Ridinger's Friday evening. We received about 8 inches of: snow here last week. It rained here the first of the week also. Green grass is beginning to show up quite well and several spring birds are back. Miss Delores Salmen got snow- bound in Sturgis over the week- end and due to the storm contin, uing she was unable to return to her school last week. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Ridinger and family and Delores Salmen visited Mr. and Mrs. George Bean, Jr. Thursday evening. -'Whitney " Foster, whorecently was run over by a truck in Belle Fourche, passed away at the Vet- eran's hospital in Miles City, Mon- tana Monday evening. Tex Mc- Dawel passed away at a Cheyenne hospital where he was being treat- ed for a heart ailment, Both of the men are well known in this community. We extend our deep- est sympathy to the families. Jr. Cochran helped Clyde Raber with lambing last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ridinger were business callers in Sundance Tuesday. We had a beautiful day oR Easter. But on Monday morning we had a skift of snow on the ground. Mimeograph Paper at The Times We Will Pickup & Deliver Dry Cleaning TUesdays and Fr,days CALL J Lee's Pharmacy NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that on the 1st day of April, 1955 (one) Viva I. Rees filed an application for a Retail Liquor License in the office of the Clerk of the Town of Hulett for the following described place and premises, to- wit: One Story Frame Building, Lot 2, Block 2 of the Powell Addition to the City of Hulett, Wyoming. and protests, ff any there be, against the issuancb of such license will be heard at the hour of 8 p.m. on the 2nd day of May, 1955 in the Legion hall. (Sighed) Harold Wells, . City CleI't. Dated April 1, 1955. April 7-14-21-28. NOTICE OF CONTRACTOR'S SETTLEMENT Notice is hereby given that con. strnction of the addition to Hulett High School, Crook County High School District, Hulett, Wyoming has been completed by the follow- ing contractors and that final pay- ment will be made to them on May 18, 1955, by said High School Dis- trict: Julien-Stoneberger Const. Co., Newcastle Wyoming - Gener- al Contractor. Bohnsack Electric, Sheridan Wyoming - Electrical Contract- or. Axel Ostlund & Sons, Gillette Wyoming - Mechanical Con- tractor. This notice is given, in accord. ance with Sec. 22-505 of Wyoming Compiled Statutes of 1945, so that any person, co-partnership, assoc- iation, or corporation who has an unpaid claim against the Contract- or, for or on account of the fur- nishing of labor, materials', trans- portation, sustenance, previsions, provender or other supplies used or consumed by such Contractor or! any sub-contractor in or about the performance of said work, may at any time up to and including said date of final settlement, May 18, 1955, file a verified statement of the amount due and unpaid on ac- count of such claim with the Sup- erintendent of Schools, R. E. Shan- non, at his office in the High School Building, Hulett, Wyoming. Failure of any claimant to file such statement prior to such final settlement will relieve said School THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. April 21, 1955 District from all and any liability for such claimants' claim. Crook County High School District Hulett, Wyoming Mr. A1 Harding, President. April 7-14-21. For Those Tender Smoked Hams and Bacon Bring your Hogs to BRODSKY Packing Co. For Processing Spearfish, S. D. A MODERN FOOD STOBE SLY'S GROCERY Groceries, Meats, Fruits, Vegetables, Bakery Goods Belle Fourche, 8. D. For Pickup Hats We've a bevy of gifts to make Mother's Day a special delight for her! See our glamour-gift accessories that are designed to add new sparkle to mother's wardrobe -- and choose nowl Jewelry  Lingerie ! Gergianna  o.s = in Nylon and Rayon New Cotton Slips . DRESSES le" Honey Comb Batiste .. $ 8.95 up ' Cotton $3.95 up -k** ** Dresses t Fancy Lace Trimmed SLIPS " for Summer " t $3.95 - $6.95 Washable * * * Nyons , Hosiery i Voiles I" by '#. Linens , Berkshire,Larkwood i Cottons - Holeproof $8,95 up  $1.35 up . Cleaners Myrlee Dress Shop I,'} Newcastle, Wyo. on the Corner Spearfish, S.D. ,l&l'.:,,_.;. ,, I