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CHURCH OF CHRIST New Testament Christianity Houm Creelr., 8 mLlu west on Highway 14. Sunday Bible Study 10:00 a.m. Sunday Worship, 11:00 a~m. Sumi Evening, 7:00 p m. Public Invlt SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST J. W. Flsk, Pastor located I miles east of Sun dance on Sabbath School, S urdays 1:30 p.nL Prayer meeting Mund at 7:30 p.m. Doroas Ladies meet. lags are held the and third W~days every month. SUNDANCE BIBLE CHURCH Interdenominational, Funda. mental. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Service, 11 a.m. Meets above post office. MY. CALVARY LUTHERAN Sunclance - The Rev. Philip Molnar, Spearfish, Pastor Sunday, 9:45 a.m. Sunday School, 11:00 a.m. Worship Serv. ST PAUL'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Father Sheridan and Father McBrlen Sunday Mass - 9 a.m. SUNDANCE METHODIST CHURCH Rev. James Cosner, Paster Morning Worship, 8:30 a.m. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Wor- ship Service, 11 a.m. Choir rehearsal, Wednesday, 7:45 p n. CHURCH OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD (EPISCOPAL) Rev. Patterson Keller, Vicar Services: Sunday. 7 a.m., Holy Communion; 9:30 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon ~Holy Com- munion and sermon first Sunday Of the month.) Baby sitting pro. vided, also ehildTen's services and instruction. Getting The Times NEW Tellle gxizo, Malin, Ore. Mrs. Donna Brimmer, Arlington, ,Wise. Frances Schaeffer, Newcastle RENEWALS T/Sgt. George w. Brown, 1~ Belvolr, Va. Roger Dexter, Redmond, Ore. E. R Cammack, Rapid City, S~D. .a.~ur Kokesh, Anderson, Ct~ff. Nza Darrel H. Smith, Spokane, Wash. Raymond Holbert, Palmdale, Calif. 3. B. Berry, Mi~ling~on, M/oh. Elbert Zhnmersdded, C4trllle ]Bill l~plonstalL Sundance Lorln W. Harper, Sundance Cecil Mattox, Casper Mr~ Hlida Zimmerman, A~ada Eaneh, Hulett L0rin CeHaver, So, ndance Lt. Donald Nagiey, mndence AFS Gerald K. Page, Hulett George Richards, Sundance PUBICATION OF SUMMONS To George A. Lake, vhose ad. dress is unknown: You are hereby notiflced that (: m laim has Kled in the D4strict Cou of the Sizth ju. dieial Dish.let /n and for the County of Crook, State of Wyo. mlng, at Sttn , Wyon in , by Helen M. Lake, as Plaintiff, nam- ~ou as Defendant, praying for an absohtte decree of divorc~ you, custody of minor ehil. dron, suppo~ and ~ttorney fees. You are further notified that unless you answer said Complaint on or before the 8th day of Aug- ust, 1908, sam Complsi~t ~ be taken as t~e add Jndgn~ent by deh~t ~endered in avcordance w~th the prayer thereof. Marion Cure, Clerk M Court mAL) Re, molds & H ms, P. O. Box Stmdanee; Wyoming, June l&23 0--July 7. I wish to thank everyone for many sets of kindness shown while I W~s injured and hos. plt ffiedL Leonard Schletmtng Wyo. June U, 19kS PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS AT THE COURT HOUSE AT SUNDANCE, CROOK COUNTY WYOMING Office of the County Commissioners June 7, 1966 9 o'clock A.M. The Board of County Commissioners of Crook County, Wyoming met this day in regular session; Present, Conrad Ellsbury, Chairman; Robert Wenande; Kenneth Canfield. Hulett Roping Club was issued a Special Malt Beverage Permit for an open ~ stand situate on SE4SE4: Sac. 12, T. 54 N. R. 65 W. eth ,P.M., Wyo.; for June 11 and 12, 1966; they having made applica- tion and paid the necessary fee. The Board then adjourned till 1:00 o'clock P~L while the Chair- man attended a meeting of the County Welfare Board. 1 o'clock P.M. Board resumed session. The following bills were audited and allowed and the Coun- ty Clerk instructed to issue warrants in payment of same as fol- lows: COUNTY OFFICERS SALARY Robert ~Wenande, Commissioner $149.99 Kenneth Canfield, Commissioner 118.61 Conrad Ellsbury, Commlsioner 139.61 HeJde, Clerk & Stamps 455.35 Virginia Z. Hejde, Deputy Clerk 337.39 Helen M. Oudin, Clerk's Office 263.20 Ethel Yeoman, Treasurer's Office 111.20 Karen G. Glover, County Treasurer 385.85 Maxine Lanning, Deputy Treasurer 320.20 Sidney Harvey, County Assessor 416.48 Rose ZeUa Proctor, Deputy Assessor 327.79 Henry Oudin, Sheriff, Mfleage; Expense; Board of Prisoners_ 564.33 Cecil K. Hughes, County Attorney 375.55 Otis Reynolds, Deputy Attorney 310.69 Norma Peterson, assigned County Treasurer, Attorney's Of- rice 124.70 Zelma Pickerd, County Supt., Mileage; Expense Phyllis McLaughlin, Supt. Office, assigned to County Treas._ Marion Cure, Clerk of Court, assigned to County Treasurer _ Ray Kokesh, Clerk of Court Office, assigned to Co. Treas._.~__ G. R. Hudson MD. Health Officer 3 months MISCELLANEOUS Sundance State Bank, Withholding tax Wyoming Hospital-Medical Service, Insurance Dues Mona ShortUne Telephone Co., rental and tolls State Treasurer, Werkmen's Compensation State Treasurer, Peace Officers Compensation Vera J. Melanson, for Ag. Department Warren T. Ferrell Co. Agent, mileage and expense Charles Donaldson, Civil Defense Sundance Texaco, fire control Security Trust & Title Co., Insurance on Fire Control Vehicles Fire Fighter Equipment Co., fire control unit Wyoming State Hi.way Department, shortw~e Helen J. Cole, Fire Control Records JUSTICE COURT Donald Rauth, witness fees and mileage Elva M. Castello, Justice of the Peace Fees Douglas Robinson, Witness fees & mileage Dee Zimmerschied, witness fees and mileage Marland Jespersen, .witness fees Earl Jespersen, witness fees Loyde Harper, witness fees Riehard R~uth, witness fees William L. Haptonstall, juror Ruby Sager, Juror Thelma Glover, ~tror ~rs. Lyle Crosby, juror Pauline Kauode, juror Curtis L. Moberg, juror Bancroft Whitney Co. Law Library, District Court COURTHOUSE EXPENSE Amos J. Ewing, Janitor & Jailor, on May Salary Amos J. Ewing, assigned Co. Treasurer, on May Salary George M. Watts, repairing and ~torm windows Crook County Post No. 45-Ameriean Legion; repair and name ,plates on Honor Roll Tom's Sanitary Supply, supplies Hi-Way Se~vlce Station & Garage, supplies Boyd's, Lawn Idants Sharps' 'Hardware, supplies C. D. Roberts Co., supplies Tri-County Electric Assn., Inc., Service CRy of Sundance, Water & Sewer PRINTING & RECORDS Sundance Times, Printing & Sttpplies Kipp Transfer, express Agriculture Extension Service, Laramie, supplies Top Typewriter Co., Service Contract and St~pplies Tuckers Inc., Supplies and Equipment Strehlow Office Supply, supplies International Business Machines, st~pplies Postmaster, ass,igned County Treasurer, stamped envelopes_ Addressograph-MuitJgraph COrp. service contract The Mills Co., supplies ROAD AND BRIDGE Operetors & Labor Frank Petera Luther Hower Donald H. Roberts Floyd Brunson Victor H. Cole ,William R. SeLl Loraine C. Brimmer Joe Wood Fuel, Male)rials, Supplies Valley Motor Sttpply K & G Service ~ _ . Rathbun Conoco Garman Machine & Supply Hulett Coop Mountain States Telephone rental & tolls Wyodak Resources Development Corp., Coal Continental Oil Company Tracy Motor Co. Bob's ,Repair, Hulett Big D Oil COmpany . Sundance Equipment Co. 5:00 o'clock P.M., Board seessed. June 8, 1966 9 o'clock A.M.; Board ,restarted session. ' The following bids for the delivery of regular gasoline and Diesel Fuel at the County Pumps at Sundance and H ett were opened as @er advertising: CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY 50@.16 335.19 393.25 184.95 71.85 $1038.08 nmtal ___ 247.95 154.39 48.73 7.88 346.09 222.70 17.44 52.03 522.00 1190.85 $0.00 28.74 11.40 11.00 12.80 2.OO 2.00 3.00 S.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 30.00 263.50 1~.65 132.~ IO5.00 22.00 8.40 6.06 24.20 19 55 63.85 4035 95.71 3.00 19.50 154.50 3177 17.75 155.00 198.00 395.O5 355.15 346.35 372.65 346.35 986.31 355.16 389.75 108.36 10.98 3.60 2.30 89.32 18.45 13.81 4.79 170.37 50.82 50.00 329.99 182.73 Regul~ Gasoline, T~n, State Tax per gallon Conoce No. 1 Diesel Fuel Conoco Super Diesel Fuel HULETT COOP Regular Gasoline, No. i Diesel No. 2 Diesel BIG D OIL CO. P, egular Gasoline, No. 1 Diesel No. 2 Diesel ])]US At Sundance .... 1760 .1480 ....... 1430 Tax Included At Sundance 195 .136 .... 1285 Tax Included At Sundance .19 ,131 ..... 114 After ,studying the bids as submitted, it was found Oil Company had the best bid submitted; .It .was regularl~ carried, aU members voting ~'e, that the bid of Rig D be accepted for the delivery of Regular Gasoline and one and two be hccepted for the period through Dec. 31, above stated delivered price~ A Retail Malt ~werage Permit was issued to Burton L~ and Marilyn Kay Goodvin for a room in a one stc~y frmna situate on metes and bounds description in ENW4: Sac. N. R. 65 W. 6th P.M., Wyo.; They having filed proper same being advertised according to law. A Special Malt Beverage Permit was issued Horse Club for an open air stand situate in SW4SW4: Sac. 9, 68 W. 6th P.M., Wyo., proper apl~lication having been necessary fee paid. 12:00 o'clock M; Board recessed. 1:00 o'clock P.M. Board resumed session. Pursuant to Chapter 235, Article 4, Section 63 of ruing Session Laws and any amendments thereto, the tion Districts were created and established: All Election Boundaries" to be .the same as those set and established Primary and General Eleetion with the same voting such Districts as follows: District Name and Number Precinct Number polll Sundanco Inside District No. l--No, i, "North Side" Sundance Inside District No. 1--No. 2, "South Side" Sundance Outside No. 2 2 Tony Fori Beulah No. 3 3 Beulah Inyan Kara No. 4 4 Smith W~lliams No. S 5 Kieckbush Farrail No. 6 6 Hay Creek No. 7 7 Aladdin Pine Creek No. 8 8 Kruger Alva No. 9 9 Alva Little Missouri No. 10 I0 Tremble Pine Ridge No. U II ConununRY Elm ore No. 12 12 Hulett No. 13 13 Thorn No. 14 14 Sunny Divide Jenkins ~o. 15 15 Doug~las Moorcroft .Outside No. 16 16 ~liam~ Mooreroft Inside No. 18 18 Rock,point No. 20 20 Nebraska New Haven No. 23 23 New Haven Colony No. 24 24 Colony Tower No. 26 25 Campstool Oshote No. 26 26 Pursuant ~o Chapte~ 235, Article S, Section 56 of Dining Session Laws and any amendments thereto, the County Commissioners appointed the ollowing Judges Election ,to serve dmdng the Primary and General and for a term of two years as by provided to-wit: SUNDANCE INSIDE NO. I NorthsMe Precinct No. 1 Judsas Irls Dillavou Ray Kokesh ,Bestrlee Clerks June Habeek Merlene SUNDANCE INSIDE NO. 1 South~lde Precinct No. 2 Jud m O. N. Harry Olson Clwks Kate Donaldson Edward Chatfleld Julia Semsey SUNDANCE OUTSIDE NO. 'z Harold Sc~elldort ~" Clerks Ellis F. Emery BEULAH NO. 3 Judas Woodrow Vore--E. 1. Mathews---Robert F_~ vote INYAN KARA NO. 4 Livin.gston--Ulric Hawken---Marshall Nussbatt~ WILLIAMS NO. 5 Judsas George--Charlotte Reynclds---Ed.ward Mels~ FARRALL NO. 6 ~, J.dses "/'racy Ellsbmy--~William Lanning--Pat King HAY CREEK NO. 7 Judses Stephen Gels---Frank A. Pearson--John Whalen W.A. PINE CREEK NO. 8 Judas Ryan--4 arry Marehant--Louise Ryan V. M. Freneh--Mina Lea Svoboda--Lillian LITTLE MISSOURI NO. 10 Judges PINE RIDGE NO. 11 Jessie Pearson --- Viva Tz~mble---Wynoma Tromble Juckm Mrs. Edith B]ak mmn--J0hn . urand--Jamea D. ELMORE NO. 12 Jud , ~lva Crago--JWoodrow Peterse~--Joseph B. Grsh~m ~rvin HULETT NO. 13 Juck Knapp-,Netlie Svoboda--~Wfllimn Brlmme~ Clerks Alberta Bush--l eida Dent (Ccmfinued On Next Page)