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June 26, 1975

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Bern" Lodge District Ranger J~ .Camerm, Sundance, will be traBMerred to Pike-San Isabel Natiomal Forest, South Platte KIger Distrct, Denver, as dist- rict rm$er. Cmnerun will leave the Bear Lodge d~istrict June 24 and will sts~ oq his new assignment July 7. Cameron came to Sundance from the Tensleep Ranger Dist- riet, Worlaml, B~g Horn National NOTICE OF FINAL SETEL,EMENT OFF.STATE All creditors and others inter- t~stodin fl-~ estate of Amon Polic- ky, Jx. at/k/a A. Policky, take notice time the undersigned eX~- tttn of s~id estate will on or edae 18~ day Off July, 1975, rite in the office of the Clerk of ~of crook ~, wyoming, bisi~ ~count end petition~ f~ ~on of said estate, where irm~'ested may examine ~: accoun~ and petition and file~objectiuns thereto in writing on ~ b~ore the 28th day of July, 1~$, and)ff no objections are filed flxerL~m, he will make final m~tittnent of said esta~ on the 29th clay off July, 1975, or as soon as the matter may be hem~. Dated ,his 26th day of Jmm, 1975. Dov~._kl Policky, Executor Cecil K. Hughes, Attc~n~ June 26--July 3-10-17, 1975. Feerthd July fireworks Planned A Fourth of July fit~vorks dis- I~Y will be sponsored ~.t Wasqv Park here by the Bear Snowmobile Association. ~e park is located adjacem to Um county fairgrounds. Advance sale tickets for the event will be $1.00 with tickets o0sti~ $1.50 at the gate. Jedging Events Are Scheduled Dates for several -H jm:lging ~Ivyents have been ~ by ~he cetmty Extension office in A district horfe judging will be at the~ County in Gillettel- July 1 at 10 a.m. .21he ~ ranch at Upton will ~he some of dis~ct sheep Jtly 2 starring at 10 a.m. _T]~ a~ are asked to a sack lung, pmc~ and in ~ July 8 wi~h ~a- ~on from 8 to 9 a.m:' Forest ~n June 1970. tie had pre- viously worked on three other districts in Colorado. A fare~il plaque was present- ed to Cameron by Pete Dauel on June 18 dering a gathering of Bear Lodge district employees. A cake with a good luck inscrip- tien was served to those attend- i~. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE All creditors and ochers inter- ested it~ ~e estate of Harold Zimmer~chied take notice that the undersigned adminis~'atrix of said estate will on .or before the 18th day of July, 1975, file in the office of the Clerk of Court of Crook County, Wyoming her fin- al ~ccount and petition for dis- tribution of said estate, where anyone interested may examine such account and petition and file objections thereto in writing on or before the 28fin day of July, 1975, and if no objections are filed thereto, she will make final settlement of said estate on the 29th day of July, 1975, or as soon thereafter as the m~tter may be heard. Dated this 26th day of June, 1975. Kathaleen Zimmerschied, Administ ra trix Cecil K. Hughes, Attorney June 26--July 3-10-17-, 1975 Personals Mr. and Mrs. Don Cast of The Dalles, Oregon 'and daughter, Donna and her son Jimmy, were visiting friends and relatives in the Sundance ~rea the first part of last week. They were dinner guests on Wednesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Bushnell. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Heupel and boys of Colorado Springs, spent from Friday to SundTay with Mrs. Harriet Petemon. Mrs. Heu- pel is the former Carol Peterson. 0~ Saturday a carry-in dinner was held a.t the Peterson home and guests included Robert Pet- erson, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Pet- erson and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Grubb and girls, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Peterson and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Peter- son and son and Mr. and Mrs. Bull P~erson mid son, the guests and the hostess. Mr. and Mrs Larry Cameron and children of Kent, Washing- ton, arrived Sat~rrday to spend a few days wi.th Mr. and-Mrs. Jake Chaffin. Mrs. Cameron is the former Joan Banks. Monday eve- ning dinner guests of the Char- fins included Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Vines, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Butts and boys and Mr. and M~'s. Larry Cameron and chil- dren. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Vines and son Jason, spent a few days visiting Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Vines as they were returning .to California. Marion Thompson was visiting friends in Pierre, S. D. from Fri- day to Monday. Correction . It was reported last week that Mrs. Lloyd Cole had been injured in a tractor mishap and should have read Lloyd Cole had been injured. He is much improved at this time and is at home in Sheridan. A family get together was held June 12 a~ the George Watts ranch near Hulett. All the Watts children were home for the oc- casion. Attending were Adrian, Nellie and Scottie Kipp, Lom- poc, Calif.; Stevc, Linda, Steph- anne and Lori HyaL% A~r Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo; Melvin Watts, home-on leave from the Navy; Jim and Sandy Sams and girls, Recluse; THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. June 26, 1975 and ~Beth Watts, Hulett. Also at- tending were Winifred Bush and Albert and May Neiman and family. Warfield Winner Of Beard Contest Bill Warfield, Livingston, Mont, was the winner of the beard c~test sponsored d m'ing the Hul- ett Rodeo b'd Hulett Skelly Ser- vice. The Hulett FFA judging team judged beards on color, conform- ity, texture, length and bugfi'ee condition and selected Warfield's facial growth as the best. The curry comb and quart of oil were to the bemxi grown by Bruce Zube, Hulett. Gettino the Times New E. F. Breja, Sundance Adrian Kipp, Lompoc, Ca. Thomas R. Miller, Hulett. Renewals Bruce Commlly, Laranfie Gary Carson, Sundance Becky Kum_meaffeld, Los Angel- e~, Californa. Gene Hagerman, Sundance Paul Hook, Alva Warren Gray, Hule~t Mr. an~i Mrs. John Knaus, Hulett Nellie Krizo, Marlin Oregon Donal Gmbb, Hulett L. F. Redding, tlulett