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PAGE8 THESUNDANCETIME8 KTI, Y3, P.O. Box 830, Sundance, Wyo- set sprayer speed. UBLIC N( i~'S : !" ruing 82729 by July 17th' 1980 at Step 4. Spray a distance of 160, since there are 3:00 P.M. Cevtmcts will be 2,178 feet. ~ , rods in an acre, ~md Step 5. Refill tank, let s say it since there are 4 ( [.t~] "~C~ 1"~~~1" ~' [ comflder~ at the speclal meetingof the Board of Tnmtees, July 24, took 20 gallons to refill it to gallon. The Board reserves the right to sprayer is applying 20 gallons of steps with a sprayer reject any or all bids and to liquid per acre. " qlmrts per square rod. : , Then to each 20 gallons of Step I. Measure rod. d~.n~te with the successful bid- FIVE YEARS AGO contract calls for cutting to be water in spray tank add the Step 2. Set spray preJ NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ' ADVERTISEMENT OF BIDS RENEWAL OF RETAIL LIQUOR ~kCountySchoolDistrictNo. THURS., JULY 3, 1975 completed by Sept. 30, 1970. number of pints, quarts, gallons pattern. , Notice is hereby given, that LICENSE One Board Violent weather, bred in the Four Crook County youths par- or pounds of chemical required to Step 3. Let s say it ! Hulett Ambulance Service, will Notice is hereby given that by Clell R. Char, Chairman heat and humidity of the final ticipated in the annual University obtain the recommended applica- seconds to thoroughly brooding days of June, slashed ofWyoming summer music camp tion rate. measured area. i receive sealed bids for one am- on the 15 day of May 1980, bulance, until 5:00 P.M. local William T. and Mary Jane Dun- Publish: July 3, 10, 1980 across Crook county last week. which ended June 25. They are To calibrate high pressure sin- Step 4. Then spray. time, on the 14th day of July, bardba/sendCreekTmdingPcet Administrator Roger Vander- Connie Carl I~eter Dominquez gie nozzle sprayers you could use container for 20 secon~. 1980, at County Clerks Office filed an application.for a ~ CALLFOR BIDS Boom said Wednesday morning and Darrell Pickerd, all of Sun- the following method. Step 5. Let s say it sp Sept 1. Measure an area 16.5 quarts into the contain_ Sundance, Wyoming, at which of Retail Liquor License m the Sealed bids will be accepted that he stills hopes that Crook dance; and Doris Dillinger, by l6.5 feet or one square rod. seconds. So3quartsxl0 time all bids will be publicy office of the Clerk of.the dC~ in the*Office of the MoorcroR County Memorial Hospital will Moorcroft. opened and read. ,, Crook for the following ~ Town Clerk until 7:00 P.M. on reopen Monday morning. The Ralph Nickeison, Aladdin, has Step 2. Set sprayer for desired quarts per acre, then All bids are to be marked BID place and premises, to-wit: w0om July 14, 1980, for the sale of the facility has been closed since been named to the State Park pressure and spray pattern you quarts = 120 gallons P FOR AMB~CE", and all in a one story frame and stucco following: February 1974. Commission. His term will expire will be using. Then you are ready to I bidders are required to comply building located at~vo~ 9 anda~ Used 1977 Chevrolet Mah~u 4 Jucly Warner, daughter of Mr. Feb. 28, 1966. Step 3. Determine the time in amount of chemical req With the terms and conditions Block 5, Beulah, yommg door sedan. Recently rebuilt and Mrs. Richard Snider, Sun- Charles R. Kokesh, son of Mr. seconds it takes to thoroughly spray one acre with e ~bed in the bid documents .protests, if any there .be, ~ automatic transmission, power dance, was a candidate for the and Mrs. Charles Kokesh, Sun- spray the square rod. gallons. If anyone ne~ steering, power assist brakes, bachelor of science degree in dance, has won the Sons of the Step 5. Spray into a container information or needs specifications. Further in- the tssuance of such license will new carborator, recentl~ new al- social work May 4 during 1975 American Revolution Medal as for the same amount of time please get in touch with t/ f~rmation and specifications are ~ heard at the hour of 10:00 ternator, heavy duty radiator, and spring commencement exercises the most outstanding junior ar- required to spray the square rod. and Pest office and ~ble from Sandy Neiman Box o clock A.M. on the 9 day of July Step 5." Determine the amount more than willing to he~ 282 Hulett, Wyoming. 1980, in the County Commission- fairly good tires, at Abilene Christian College, Ab- tilleryman at Culver, Ind. il We reserve the right to accept ers Room, Crook County Court The Town of MoorcroR re- ilene, Texas. THIRTY-FIVE YEARS AGO Ira" "~" "~" "" ~=~ "~ 4" "=" "=" "I" "~ "=~ "=" ~i ckmmmnities best interests. Ruth E. Davidson anY or all bids. Submit sealed dance district Ranger staff of- Despite unfavorable weather a Joe Graham, Chairman County Clerk bids to the Town Clerk, Town of ricer, will retire July 5, ending a good crowd was in Stmdance to o~ June23, 1980 May 15, 1980 MoorcroR, Box 96, Moorcroft, 30-year career with the Forest enjoy the annual Farmers Day | ~blish: June 26; July 3, 10, 1980 Publish: June 12, 19, 26; July 3, Wyoming, 82721. Please indicate Service. Picnic held Saturday; 40 gzdlons of ice and countle cops ofi The regular July meeting 1980 "Sealed Bid' on the envelope. TEN AGO coffee were consumed at the noon By Order of the Town Council i the C 0 .unty i NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR Town of MoorcroR THURS., JULY 2, 1970 hour by those enjoying the hos- rook C Board of ~tENEWAL OF COUNTY RETAIL IN THE DIBTRIC'T COURT OF Leona G. Schreeder Lightning strikes last week set pitality of the Sundance Com- MALT BEVERAGE PERMrr , THE SIXTH JUDICILAL TownClerk six small fires on the Bear Lodge mercialCluh.- ! rmssloners will be held July ~i Notice is hereby given that DISTRICT WITHIN AND FOR District of the Black Hills National New Haven - The men working ~n the 23 day of May1980, Dick THE COUNTY OF CROOK AND Publish:July3,10,1080 Forest. Allwere extinguished by for the Reserve Drflling Co., Inc., I and 9, 1980. ]ebhart, Cliff Kattner, & Mark STATE OF WYOMING Forest Service crews and local have completed the test well on ~[~obinson dba Keyhole Resort CALL FOR ~ cooperators, the Hulett creek and have sealed ~iled an application for a renewal IN THE MATTER OF THE Notice is hereby given that Miss Gena Orr, daughter of it for future use. They are now ~ Joe ~f County Retail Malt Beverage ESTATE OF ANTHONY J. the Board of Trustees of the Mr. and Mrs. Ted Orr, Sundance, working on Poison Creek. l tatrl ~ermit in the office of the Clerk of BUCKINGHAM, ~ County School District No. has been named Wyoming Here- Floyd Can" has resigned from County of Crook for the Deceased. One will receive bids for the ford Queen for 1970. the forest service and is working ~ 9=..,, ~ ~ .... ~ ~ ~,-" ~lowing described place and Probate No. 4488 following: A class reunion will he held at the Tracy Motor. premises, to-wit: Room in a frame NOTICE OF PROBATE building. Metes and bounds TO ALL PERSONS INTERF~ED description in Section 27, Two. 51 IN SAID ESTATE: North, Range 66 West of the 6th You are hereby notified that on P.M., Crook County, Wyoming, the 13th day of June, 1980, the and protests, if any there be, estate of the above named de- against the issuance of such cedent was admitted to probate by the above named court, and Vehicle Maintenance Contrac- tor for the Sundance Area, to perform all maintenance on school busses and vehicles - make regular inspection of said vehicles and rep same. Maintain liability insurance protecting vehicles while in cus- ~ense will he heard at the hour ~f 3:00 P.M' on the 8 day of July that Mary Ellen Buckingham was tody of contractor. ~980, in the County Commission- appointed personal representa- Contractor to provide place of ~rs Pax)m, Crook County Court tive thereof, operation, all expenses, etc.. ~ouse, Sundance, Wyoming. Notice, is further given that all Copy of bid specifications nmy Ruth E. Davidson persons indebted to the decedent he obtained from Office of Sup- County Clerk or to his Estate are requested to erintendent, Crook County School '~ May23, 1980 make immediate payment to the District No. One, P.O. Box 830, June 12, 19, 26; July 3, undersigned at the Law Office of Sundance, Wy. 82729. Informa- IN THE DLSTRICr COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT STATE OF WYOMING (XKINTY OF CROOK HUGHES AND HUGHES, P.O. Box 456, Sundance, Wyoming. Creditors having claims against the decedent or the estate are required to file them in duplicate with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the Clerk of said tion may he obtained by con- tacting: Dr. Ottlin Wegner, SUp- erintendent of Schools. Said bids must be submitted to Office of Superintendent, Crook County School District No. One, P.O. Box 830, Sundance, Wy. IN THE MAITER OF THE Court, on or before three {3) 82729 by July 9th, 1980, 3:00 '~ ESTATE AND HEIRSHIP OF: months after the date of the first P.M. Contracts will be consider- publication of this notice, and if ed at the regular board meeting, OILENTERR.~easod.v such claims are not so filed, July 16, 1980 at MoorcroR, Wyo- ~ Probate No. 4487 unless otherwise allowed or paid, ming. ~* they will be forever barred. Coatracts will begin August 1, ORDER FOR HEARING AND 19DoATED this 13th day of Ju e, 1980 and run through June 30, i.i~ NOTICE OF PETITION FOR 1981. DETERMINATION OF " s/Mary Ellen BuckinghamThe Board ~ the right to Personal Representative Publish: June 19, 26, July 3, 1980 CALL FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that the Beard of Trustees of Crook County School District No. One will receive sealed bids for the purchase of one {1) classroom modular unit {to provide two classrooms), 24'x72' size, site erected and skirted on school district property at MoorcroR. Wyoming. Bids should specify p~ price and also, yearly leasing arrangements as an al- ternative. Bid specifications are available in the office of the Superinten- dent, Crook County Courthouse, Sundance, Wyoming. Sealed bids are to be returned to the office of the Superintendent in Simdance, Wyoming by 2:00 p.m. July 9th, 1980. Said bids will be considered by the Board of Trustees on July 16, 1960 in MoorcroR, Wyoming. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids and further meerves the right to negotiate with the suocess bidder. Crook County School District No. One Boerd by Clen R. Char, Chairman HEIRSHIP TO ALL PERSONS INTERESIF in the eemte of OREN TERRY, NOTICE is hereby given that Whitk 3 has filed his or determination of heir- in the above entitled matter in the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming; on the 2nd day of June, 1980, showing that Oren Terry died interstate in Au- burn, Nebraska, on or about the 24th day of July, 1963. That Oren Terry at the date of his death was the owner of an undivided interest in and to the following described real property in the State of Wyoming, to-wit: An undivided one-fonrth (~A) interest in and to all the coal and lying in, or under described premises, to-wit: The WV~ of the SW, the SWS'W and the SW%SE% of Section 8; the NE of Section 17 in Township 54 North of Range 67 West of the 6th P.M., Wyoming. That no application has been made in the State of Wyoming for appointment or an administrator "for said estate, and there has been no record judidal determin- ation of said real property and that the petitioner has been ap- by the court to probate ~tbe above interest of Oren Terry, and prays that the court fix the time of hearing and detern'dne the date of death of said decedent, Oren Terry, and who his heirs Publish: June 26; July 3, 1980 CALL FOR Sealed bids for miscellan- sous herbicides will be received at the Crook County Weed & Pest were and their degrees of kinship, Control District Office until 8:00 and the right of descent of said p.m. Mountain Standard Time, decedent's real property interest. July I, 1980 and will be publicly ArnaA. Montgomery opened at that time. Contactthe Crook County Clerk of Court Cro~ Com~ Weed & Pest ~ IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED for bid forms and specilkations. and notice is hereby given to all persons interested in said estate, including creditors and heirs of said decedent, of the filing of said reject any or all bids and to negotiate with the successful bid- der. Crook County School District No. One Beard by Clell R. Clear, Chairman Publish: July 3, 1980 Crook County Weed & Pest Control Distrkt Jo ph G. Bornke d superv r are now available "The Zucchini Patch," a pub- Publish: June 26; July 3, 1980 CAI FOR July 3 and 4 by the Sundance high school class of 1965. Two Crook county women, Mrs. Elva Crago and Mrs. Jackie Sipe, attended mini-college for women at the University of Wyo- ming June 22-24. Both women attended five classes and a two- hour tour of the campus. Directors of the Tri-County Electric Association, Inc. Tuesday opened bids on the construction of 32.78 miles of transmission line from Kitty Field to Recluse in northern Campbell county. Boen- ing & Larson, Casper, was awarded the contract totaling $385,582.91. FIFTEEN YEARS AGO THURS., JULY 1' 1965 Neiman Sawmill of Hulett was the successful bidder for an es- tmated 16,500 MBM (thousand board feet) of sawtimher on the Black Hills National Forest when the bid was opened June 23, 1965, by the forest service. The SIXTY YEARS AGO WED., JULY 7, 1920 Excellent progress is being made by the contractors of the state highway department on the construction of the Custer Battle- field highway between Moorcrofl and ~lile in Crook county. (The contractors on this work now have 70 teams on the grading and preparation are being made for the installation of the smaller drainage structures.) M.C. Roberts and family motored to the Hills Saturday and visited old friends at Central. They returned Sunday evening. Art Montgomery and wife were in from the D ranch Friday. Mrs. E.J. Bruner is home in Sundance once more after a pro- tmct~ visit with relatives in the state of Washington. MOONLIGHT MADNESS will strike Sundance Thursday, July I0 at 6:30 p.m. Joe Bornkessel Last week we discussed the nozzle method of calibrating boom sprayers and this week I fee boom sprayers and this week I feel we should cover the refill method of calibrating boom sprayers. We will also go into calibrating high pressure single and the prayers hereof, and that any person interested may on or before the I0 day of July, 1980, at 1:30 o'clock p.m., at the courtroom of the District Court at the courthouse in Sun- dance, Crook County, Wyoming, present their claims and show cause in writing why the prayer of said tion should not be grant- ed, and hearing on said petition shall be had before the court at last mentioned time, place date, or as soon thereafter as the matter may he heard. DATED this 2nd clay ot june, 1980. Arna A. Montgomery, Deputy Clerk of District Court June 12, 19, 26, and July Stevens & Sauso tti, the width of the spray pattern on the ground. Step 2. Cal.culate the distance the sprayer must travel to cover one acre of gerund. This can be done by dividing the effective boom width into 43,560. Step 3. Fill the spray tank to an to the music of 9 Pt.M to 2 A.M. at the Hard to clean? SPR Technicians Professionally Reglaze and Beautify Old Porcelain or Fiberglass Tubs. nozzle sprayers. Both the refill easily determined point with dear llcation listing a variety of ways to method and nozzle method are water. Then adjust the sprayer :, * ,/ prepare zucchini, is now available very accurate and you should use for the desired pressure. Then from the University of Wyoming the procedure you understand set the sprayer speed to the speed Agricultursl Extension Service. c~ed .m~t each time yon apply you plen te use in the fieid. ~1~--~ Besides recipes, the booklet' Step 4. Then yon should spray contains tips on zucchini selection Once ~ I must reiterate the the measured distance. and use, nutritive value, storage importance of sprayer calibration. Step 5. Carefully measure the Too often sprayers are not cal- ibrated properly and this results in poor weed control or over application which can injure de- sirable plants. It is essential that the liquid applied per acre he known so that the proper amount of chemic~ can be included in the specific amount of water so pro- per application can be made. There are several different re- fill methods avsilable and here is an example of one. During the first step you should determine the effective boom width, which is water required to refill the spray tank to the determined point. Yon should make two or three cal- ration runs over the course to insure the sprayer is applying the same volume each time. For ex- ample let's go through the steps using a sprayer with a 20 foot boom. Step 1.20 foot boom. Step 2. 43,560 20 = 2,178 feet necessary to travel to cover one acre. Step 3. Fill tank to easily de- termined point, set pressure and and preservation. "The Zucchini Patch," B-659, is available by sending a check or money order made payable to Ag. Rev. 54-3219 for $2.08, Bulletin Room, Box 3313, University Sta- riot' Laramie, Wyo. 82071. The booklet can also be in the basement of Mercia Hall. Remember when you were a kid and the only inflation problem you had was when you loet the valve needle for the football? Notice is hereby given that the Crook County School District No. One Board of Trustees issued warrants for the following bills exceeding $300.00 at the special meeting of the Board held on June 26, 1980 at We refinish, change color or repair. No removal- Don't Remodel Reglaze the ExclulN Kemo-fullon Proem Sundance, Wyoming. TeWhompuid Puqmso ef Expend uure Amount B Supply Co. Bailey School upply Black Hills Cbemical Co. Energy Electric Jobn D. Fradet Gill Oil Co. Hough Mimin CO. Gor ous Books Inc. Jceten Am. Yearbook Jundta Wood Shop Mountain Bell Northern School Supply Moorcroft Presbyterian Church Petrolane Momv.roR Gas Pitmey Bd RENEW Welder, Etc. Mimee Paper, Supplies Custodial Supplies Labor & Materials Welder Gasoline Elem. Supplies & Textbooks' Library Books Yearbook Deposit B dmg Repaks Telephone Service Supplies, Etc. Rental for Space Natural Gas Usage " Meter, Rental, Etc. Tuition Bid on Sidewalks Supplies Custodial Supplies Workers Comp. Custodial Supplies Isolation Cabinet Installation Equip. & Supplies Isohfion Warrant 722.04 6420 4,818.99 6422 2,816.10 6426 5,740.00 6439 55O.OO 6442 1,145.76 6445 4,690.38 6446 369.97 6450 2,287.50 6455 638.09 6456 496.81 450.38 6461 600.00 6465 537.53 6470 1,3.39.80 6473 I'580"00 6479 2,600.08 6492 496.58 6494 3,617.72 6495 587.73 6497 927.00 6501 328.65 6502 353.08 6513 1,000"00 6523 611.00 9527 452.64 6529 \\ STANDARD PORCELAIN REPAIR o! Montana Free Estimates wm be in your area tl~ weekend of July 4tb. Call 283-3307 and Ie~v' message. A\\ Rodeo Specials Large Group , pm.W ed Dairy Products 1,639.29 490 Ex. Duty Salaries & fixed Chgs. 1,183.56 245 Kits Supplies Supp Supplise 403.86 452.47 408.00 441.28 .248 250 252 254 Notice is hereby given that Fred D. Tschetter the Board of Trustees of the WardsNaturaISci. Est. Crook County School District No. One will receive bids for the following: Exterior painting on five |5) teachemges at MoorcroR, Wyo- mi . Copy of bid spedflcations nmy be obtained from Office of Sec- ondary Moorcro mgh Weskem, Inc. Workers Comp. Dep't. wy0ming Int ior Inc. School, Moorcroft, Wyoming 82721. Infozmati may be oh- Zep. Manufactudng CO. Reberta Queen H&H P mSport Janet A. Jensen FROM LUNCH ACCOUNT: Jersey Creamery, Inc. FROM: ESEA TITLE I ACCOUNT: SMary Anmunt, CCSD FROM TITLE 6-B ACCO . . TbeEo mVCo. Scholag/c Book Service FAmsr Aseodates mstr ps rained by contacting: Mr. Joe Gibson, Moorcroft Secondary Said bids must be m. bmitted to o ce of Su , cro County School District No. One, Blue Jeans Values to BLUE JEANS $21.50 Values to $21.50 Reg. $27.00 Now '16" Prices'on Men's and Ladies'