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THE SUNDANCE TIMES _ An Independent Nemqmper l'ub hed s ery Thur lay by The Times Pubmhtng co. The a legal newspape for all publteationL Thnea is Liadsey . : Owm -Publkhe Howard All~a, News Edltor, Advertising Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES year in Crook and adjoining counties; $3.50 per year at the postoffice at Sundance, Wyoming, as second Under the act of March 3, 1879. * $TK II- , By Windy Winters COme to the conclusion should always have a never an excuse! [ Most Won't hold much water. I could think of excuse to stop in at the other day. I had though. Mrs. Pearson good coffee .... So-- for a reason instead of Cups of "Reasons" I got to chinning about How they made out dance, if they had any ~, or anything of interest stuff, you know). didn't get rich quick, enough to pay the annual report. Every- a good time with good spending two years in Korea. Several from this community at- tended a rainy Rural Life Sunday at the Devils Tower the 27th. The old Beulah dance hall is finally being moved out. It has been in the dismantling stage for weeks. It is being moved in sec- tions. Millie Mathews and Grandma Guidinger are having a new hath- those Green and membership plaques red lettering are very (he showed me one). is offering all the COncerns a chance to be. affiliate member. You Is a good idea. Not only to "liven the pot", but businessmen a chance the "Stewards of the care of it. Seems only one man in every Who is a Soil Steward, of us depending on him beans. Besides that friendly little [ be an inducement in a second time... in what you and wants to keep Wyo- state! Says that A. B. Durfee the "Sodded or "the wash proof grassed water thing this year. His dues were in got the taste of the stamps out of his OK to spit Frank, yod don't start a Reclwater (May 31) eldest son of Mr. room built on their home. A cess- pool is being dug at the present time. Ann Guidinger is having a new garage built on the back of her lot near the post office. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Watson are leaving the ranch and have a sale billed for the near future. They are taking over management of the Charlie Donaldson, in the afternoon' they called on the Gene Kipps and the David Seeleys. Rain of one inch to two inches soaked Crook County soil, making the outlook for future crops en- couraging. Thought for the day -- A man should keep his friendship in con- stant repair. CALL FOR BIDS The board of trustees of the Crook County High School District will receive scaled bids from in- terested bidders for the furnishing of bus service from the C. V. Voss sign on highway 111 to High- way 14 intersection of the Rocky Ford-Coal Banks Road in Crook County, Wyoming where the bus passengers will be transferred to the Beulah-Sundance bus. The route shall be the Rocky Ford-Coai Banks Road in Crook County, Wyo- ruing and shall cover a distance of approximately 12 miles. Bidder shall furnish transportation equip- ment which shall comply with all legal requirements of the State of Wyoming for such equipment and which shall be adequate to trans- port twelve (12) to fifteen (15) passengers. Bids shall be for fur- nishing such transportation for one school term beginning on or about: September 1, 1956 and eontinaing until 36 weeks of school shall have Sand Creek Trading Post. We wish been served by said bus service. them every success. Bids will be received by the Board Mrs. O. H. Queen and daughter Lois were Wednesday visitors at the Harry Vore home. The men have been helping Harry with some fencing. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Vore and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pfleger and child- ren were Saturday evening callers at the Harry Vore home. Harry Vore left on Sunday for Rochester, Minn. where he will receive a check-up at the Mayo clinic. He made the trip with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Clark and Mrs. Margaret Town of Spearfish. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vore and Leo Crago and daughters were Wednesday evening callers at the John Crago home. John is feeling fine again after his short stay in the hospRal. Mrs. Helen Witcher, Joan and Janet were Friday evening callers at Hary Vore's. Howard Robinson was a Saturday caller. Kickbush (May 31) Mr. and Mrs. David Seeley, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Seeley, Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Williams were among those attending the live- stock sale in Gillette Wednesday. Donald and Ada Guidinger are living on the Ed Mathews place while they are farming here this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peterson moved their home on wheels back to the Guidinger place where they lived last summer. Frank is get-! ting out posts for sale. Saturday evening callers on Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mattox were Mr. and Mrs. Emory George. Jack Lantz was appointed fore- man of a construction group which is working on highway 116. Rodney Port was called to the Lantz home to render professional services. Guests of Mrs. Freda Peterson, up to and including 2:30 P.M. on the 14th day of June, 1956. Sealed bids may be sent to Donald J. Rounds Secretary, Crook County High School District at Sundance, Wyoming. Bids will be opened at 2:30 P.M. at Sundance, Wyominl on June 14, 1956. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. (signed) Myron Goodson, President Crook County High School Board May 24-31 June 7 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that on the 7th day of May, 1956, Lillian Jensen filed an application for a Retail Liquor License in the office of the Clerk of the City of Sun- dance for the following described place and premises, to-wit: Lot 1 Block 10 in the Original Townsite of Sundanee new building to be built and protests, ff any there be, against the issuance of such license will be heard at the hour of 8 p.m. on the 4th day of June, 1956, in the City Hall. Marion Thompson, City Clerk !(Dated) May 7, 1956 May 10-17-24-31 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that on the 7 day of May, 1956, Frank C. Shewey and B. B. Durfee filed an application for a Retail Liquor License in the office of the Clerk of the City of Sundance for the following described place and premises, to-wit: new building to be built on the Northerly one hundred feet of Lot 12 in Block 13 in the Ori- King, arrived home Maxine and Mervin last week were his discharge, after Mr. and Mrs. Delos Plato. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fowler G. Betts Path . Physidaa rtish, S. B. LOGAN 555 S.D. took their son Guy, Mike Lindsey, and Kgnnie Char of Moorcroft to Douglas where they will spend a week attending Boys' State. Mr. and Mrs. Fowler returned the same day. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sipe and Mr. and Mrs. Abe Sipe and child- ren attended the carnival in Sun- dance Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lincoln and Delores visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lincoln in the St. Joseph hospital in Deadwood Sunday. Hen- ry is permitted to have visitors. Recent callers at the Emory George home were Mr. and Mrs. Delos Plato, Scotty Gladstone, Henry Oudin, John Rister, Darrol Cameron, Tommy Thompson of Spearfish and Mrs. Charles J.~ Williams and Criss Gay. Mr. and Mrs. Emory George were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'Coffee ginal Town of Sundance and protests, if any there be, against the issuance of such license will be.heard at the hour of 8 p.m. on the 4th day of June, 1956 in the City Hall. Marion Thompson, City Clerk (Dated) May 7, 1956 May 10-17-24-31 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR UNITED STATES PATENT Serial No. Wyo. 040664 Bureau of Land Management District Land Office Cheyenne, Wyoming Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of the Act of Congress approved May 10, 1872, A. J. Maurer Sr., and A, J. Maurer Jr., whose Post Office address is Seely, Wyoming, have made application for: APOGEE Bentonite Placer Mining Claim NE1ANW~A See. tion 29, T57N, R65W of the Sixth P.M. containing 40 acres, Crook County, Wyoming. Said A. J. Maurer Sr., and A. J. Maurer Jr., each claim to be the owner of an undivided one-half interest in said claims, and any and all persons claiming adversely to them to said mining claims above described and applied for, or any part thereof, are hereby notified that unless their claims are duly filed according to the laws and regulations thereunder with the Manager of the United States Land Office at Cheyenne, Wyoming, within the time provided by law, they will be forever barred by virtue of the provisions of the above mentioned Statute. Dated this 24th day of April, 1956. Perry T. Williams, Manager May 3, 10, 17, 24, 31 - June 7, 14, 21-28 i N i I From where I sit... Jo= Marsh More Than She "Bargained" For Dad Baker retired from active dairying-seven or eight years ago --but still keeps a half-dozen pure- breds more or less as a hobby. Dad goes all-out for these six. Temperature-controlled barn, ex- pensive feed.., the works. As a result his milk has a low bacteria count, a high butterfat content. And as a favor to neighbors, he sells it just two cents above the ordinary price. Recently, a neighbor com- plained-asked if she couldn't get the milk "at coat.." Dad agreed, sent her a bill for exactly what the milk cost: 75 a quart. From where I sit, it's easy to misunderstand if yon don't get all the facts. That's why we ought to consider the other fellow's viewpoint before we talk out. For example, you have your reasoml for liking particular beverages. I have mine. And whether we're talking about buttermilk or beer ...let's try to respect each other's Imint ot view. Co~ri~i~ 1956. Uni4ed St4t~ Brewe, r8 Fo~m W. F. Newland Established 1885 James L Newland Founder. Manager l GOOD CATTLE REASONABLY PRICED NEWLd_ND & 80N COLONY, WYOMING "7 : := : Z ................ -- -- -- .- , Work Done in our complete Phone 52 Spearfish, S. D.