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Local Ag Leaders Attend Conference by Stmdance ASCS Office U. S. farm export growth, fos- tered by the farm programs of the 1970's is vital to frowners, Kenneth E. Frick, Admipistraor of. ASCS vemiruled farm leaders at the combined Idaho/Wyoming Agricultural Stabiliza, tion and Conservation Service (ASCS) Con- fere~ce, Bill Pannell, Dennis King, U1- rio I-lawkesa, Minnie Williams and ~velyn Hejde have returned from e ASCS cvnfere~ held in Jackson, Wyoming. Bill Pazmell reports l~mt the s.pe~kors pretty generally agreed ttmt we need to maintain U. S. farm exports as a dependable, qualRy supplier so vital to farm- ors, thensands of other American workers, and all of we consum- ers. All:een .Gorman, executive di- rector of the National Consumers ,~Co~s, told t~ eoderence e avganizaaon she repre- sents is anxious o work wi.fll all groups enterir~ into the produc- tion and Woeessing of foods. She said, we are interested in seeing ~hat the consumer is getting a fair deal on their food products. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE All creditors and others inter- ested in ~he estate of Aria Kruger, deceased, take notice that the un- dersigrmd Executor of said estate ~i~ll, on or before ~uly 18, 1975, le in the office of the Clerk of of O'oo~ County, Wyoming, his ~ ~eotmt and petition for distribution of said estate, where anyone ~ted may examine such accotm~ and petition and file objevtions thereto in wring at a~y time on or ~ July 29, q975. and if no obj~at~ms are filed thereto, he will make final settlement OF said estate on Jdy 30, 1975, or as soon thereafter as the matter may be heard. Dated June 26, 1975. G. Kruger Executor Jeees & DumbrUl, Attys. Pub. Janv 2a, July 3, 10, 17. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE All creditors and others inter- ested in ~ estate of Geq~va Mc. deceased, ~ noece that e undersigned Administratrix o~ said estate will, on or he, ace~ flae 18th day OF July, 1975, file ~in lira office of me Clerk of Court -at Crook Carom/, Wyoming, her firml account and pecan for dis- tribufion of said estate where anyone ir~terested may examine such acemmt and petitiort and file objections thereto in writing .on ~ baore the 281~ day Of July, 1975, and if rm objections are filed thereto she will make final .settlement of said estate on the .2~h day of July, 1975, or as soon matter may be ~erenfter as the , e~rd. Dated at Sundance, Wyoming this 23rd day Of June, 1975. /s/ Beulah A. Richards, Administraca-ix Richard J. Maey, Attorney June 26-July 3-10-17, 1975. MUSIC LESSONS PIANO & ORGAN A fast, direct approach to playing the instrument. MRS. KEITH HAMEL 283-1611 Box 570 At one time, about the time of the meat boycott, we felt that farmers and varrdaers were re- sponsible for lfigh food costs. Now we know better, we have the iafo~nation to show ttm.t ov- erall about 60% of food costs are a~er the product leaves the hands of the farmers and randmrs. Evere~ Rank. Director, West- em Region o~ ASCS, reminded us that ASCS has a tremendous re- spo~ibility at the cotmty and state level to tmmaote good sound conservation mea~ through the cost-sha~ng provisions of the Agricultural Conservation Pro- ganam (ACP. Bill Pannel said, Rank told us we must continue to obtain conservation that would not be carried out without the cost-sharing under M~P. We had a good exchange of in- formation between the people from Washington, D. C. and we loea (Wyorping and Idaho farm- ers and ranchers. This, is real important tha~ we keep these people at the Washington level aware of our local conditions and problems -- it makes for better famn programs. / Houston Creek By Irene SPider June 21 Jim Wamba OF Missoula, Mont. ~ySpom from Wednesday - Sun- visit~ag Terry and C~eryl Wales. They were all dinner guests at Che Fritz Clmtfield home Thursday. Saturday night callers nt the Gone Taylor h o~,,e were Philip Ha~ck and Kenn~ R~dibun. Sun- a~ gues~ at Tayl~sr were Mr. Mrs. Gus Bitz, Mr. and Mrs. R _ob?L~__~ Sje~wen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Calvin and family of~~~. ~. J. P. Russ~ OF ~. Qrys- tal l~thlRm ca}led et Teylors Monday. Arlene Tayl~ m~d Dan were in Belle on Tues. Gene, Arlene and Guy Taylor were in Sheridan on Thursday. O~ipper and Margie Cha~/ield called ~at evening. Germ and Arlene Tay- lor were in Minek'v3ata, S. D., Fri- day. Mr. and Mrs. Watt Taylor and Mrs. Leila Bernis OF Mary- land spent Saturday at the Gene Taylors. Dan and Guy Taylor spent the weekend at Eaeamp- ment, WFoming. Marsha Willey af Hulett and Berenice Chaffield ca,lied a~ Taylors Saturday. Helping ~e Wilbur Crawfords on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cla~k and family and Mr. and Mrs. Rich Farley and fam- ily. Mr. and Mrs. Lindel Craw- hnxl and family called in the evening. Larry Cra~ford of New- ell helped Monday and Tu~day. Jim Wamba, Terry Wales, Fritz Om~ield and Germ Taylor were Saturday ~,mer guests and help- ed work sl~eep. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Sisson and Helen ~helped plant potatoes at the Robert Frolander home Sunday. Pat Frohnder hosted a wedding shower for Cindy Sprague Thurs- day night at the Tri-conmy hos- pitali~ rocsn. Twenty-one guests were in a.ttendance. Marsha. Willey of Hulett spent Saturday visiting Berenice Chat- field. Richard Mal, taverne of Savoy was a Wednesday ca/ler at the John Sweason home. John and Edith Swenson were in Rapid CiW, EUswor~ and Belle Fonrche on Thursday. Chipper and Margie Chaffie|d Were at the oearge Willey home in Hulett for supper Friday night. Marsha Willey returned home wil~ them to s~_ ~ night. Cha~fields and the George Willeys had supper at M~teo Saturday night for Eva's birthday. Jim ~ and Lee called on Chester Homier Friday. Naomi I~beck -a~tendexl the Coumy Farm bureau meeting in town Saturday night. Crar~y S0ider visited the J. W. u oo Ri~m'd and ~ Spi' ............ Ilil -- COW POKES By Ace Reid ii i i ,i ilUl III "l wonder who +hls feller rural patron is~l keep geHin' his mailr' QUESTION: WHERE CAN YOU ALWAYS GET 'PERSONAL ATTENTION' ? ANSWER: Right here at Sundance State Bank. When you BANK and SHOP at home you get good servce and fair treatment. Our local busi- nessmen are your neighbors and friends and they are interested in your needs, preferences and problems. .... IIII - m_m- der we~ Smday mpp~- guests nt Doma Dinkilm. Irane Saider and Jeanlae Rogers visited Jenny Watson Manday. Irene Snider and Gary c~dled on Cheryl Wales. Lee Waugh of Hulett was a Mon- day ltm~ gtlests ~t Sniders. Rich- ard Snidar went to the dentist on Wednesday Callers during the week a~ ~be Sniders were Jim Wamha of Moatana, Terry Wales, Adolph Buresh and Duff, Bill, Billy ,and Valerie Sisco. Sniders helped~ Shaw celebrate her 1st b!,r~hday Wednesday night. Srdder s received word f/m~ Tom Roa, rk had passed ~way in Ore- gon T~ursday. He was 76. He was a former Sundance resident and art uncle ,to Irer~ 8hider and Helen Snell. Donna Grubb speat Tuesday and Wednesday night with. Carl Peterson's because the highway was impassable. Francis, Math- ilda, Datum and DebOie Grubb spent Sa, turday at ~he Harriet Petevson home. We've had lots Of good mois- ture. 111E SUNDANCE TIM~S Smdmm, WyL Jura ~, lff~ NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAlL LIQUOR LICENSF. Notice is hereby given tlmt oo the 18 day Of June, 1975, William or Mary Jane Dunber DBA Sand Creek Trading Post filed an application for a Retail Liquor License in the o~ice of ~e Clerk OF the Cotm2y of Crook, for the following described pl~ ,and premises, to-wit: A ~ma in a one story frame stucco lmitding situate on lots 9-10 Block 5Town of Beulah, O'ook Cotmty, Wyo. ruing, and protests, ff any tlmm be, against the iss~ ~ such lk~tse will be ,heard at ff~e horn" of 7:30 on ~ 28th day of July, 1975, in the Cornmissio~aers Room at the Crook County ~, ~, Wyoming. Is'a Rondtter Comty Clet~ D~ted Jmm 18, 1975 June 26 -- July 3, 10, 17. KOA SUNDANCE Sunday, June 29 1 P.M. to 3P.M. ~- Refreshments Will Be Served JOYCE & MARVIN LINCOLN, HOSTS ' I II II I Jl I TO COORDINATE Shorts, Slacks, Skirts and Culottes / Jack & Jill Shop