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(Ages given are as of Aug. 8, 1972 when the pictures were taken) lander called on Saturday. Mrs. Donna Willey, Mrs. Eva Willey, Marsha and Lisa of ttul- ett called at Chipper Chatfields on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs Max Nussbaum and friends of Ft. Wayne, Ind. called Tuesday. Chipper and Margery Chatfield accompanied Ruth Frolander to Mateo Village Thursday night. A special Houston Creek telephone meeting was held at the Chipper Chatfield home Friday night Those attending were Robert Fro- lander, Abe Sipe, Ruth Frolander, Paul Cummings, John and Edith Swenson, Wilford and Lois Ken- nedy, Jim and Naomi Habeck, Gene Taylor, Richard Snider and Wilbur Crawford. Gene and Guy Taylor were in Belle Fourche and Sturgis on Monday and Gene and Dan Taylor Wednesday and were dinner guests at the Annie Oudin home. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. "Bub" Gib- son were Friday supper guests at the Hal Oudin home. Mr. and Mrs. Champ Steele and Mrs. aSn- ders, Spearfish, caled at Oudin's Sunday forenoon. Mr. and Mrs. ttal Oudin, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Reed and Mrs. Annie Oudin were Sunday dinner guests at the Hen- ry Oudin home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Habeck and Philip attended the 60th anni- versary open house for Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Lanning in Spearfish Sunday. The relatives held a pic- nic supper at the Lanning home in Spearfish afterwards. Monday evening Habecks attended a sup- per at the Bill Lanning home. Mrs. Lilliam Holman and son Kent, Los Alamitos, Calif., spent Monday-Wednesday at the Bill Habeck home. Mrs. Habeck .join- ed relatives on a tour through the Black Hills Wednesday. Mrs. Betty York and family, Moses Lake, Wash., were Thursday eve- ning dinner and overnight guests Melody Rathbun spent the past week at the John Fowler home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Beagle and Todd called at the Roger Rathbun home Sunday. Ken Rathbun and Philip Habeck attended the show in Sundance Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rathbun spent Sunday evening at the Al- bert Raudsep home at Moorcroft. Mr. and Mrs. Chesney Rathbun spent June 23-24 visiting friends at Buffalo, Wyo. VETERANS!Here's Q - How much time do I have to get nay schooling under the GI Bill? A- Education or training un- der the current GI Bill must be completed within eight years of separation from military service or by May 31, 1974, whichever is later. The intrepid British hunter wal making his way through the dens~ heather of Scotland's highlands, rifle at ready, when he came acrcxss a beautiful and scantily dressed young lady. "I say," intoned the hunter, '1 am looking for game." 'Tin game", said the beauty. So he shot her. NOTICE OF COMPLETION AND FINAL PAYMENT SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. ONR CROOK COUNTY SUNDANCE, WYOMING Under the provisions of Sec- tion 9-678, Wyoming Compiled Statutes 1957, NOTICE 1S HERE- BY GIVEN that School District No. One, Crook County, Sundance, Wyoming, is advised the work is substantially completed for Dirt- work and Storm Sewer at the New Elementary School Site, Sundance, Wyoming, the same work being under contract t~ Big Horn Construction Company, were in Rapid City on Tuesday. at the Bill Ilabeck home. Mr. and Q - How many amputees are and this Contractor is entitled te ,The daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Taylor, DanMrs. Harry Lanning and family, there from the Vietnam War? final settlement therefor. Richard Durfee, Sundance, ap- and Guy were Tuesday supper Othello, Wash., spent Friday and A - There are samewhat more On the forty-first day after the ~ in this week's Citizens ofguests at the Earl Shaw home for Saturday at the Bill Habecks. Fri- than 5,000 among the 6.3 million first publication of this notice, _Omorrow feature. Pictured are Guy's birthday. Gene Taylor haul- day they attended a picnic inVietnam Era veterans. Of the namely: June 28, 1973, School Dis- ed cattle for Jim Habeck Wed-Sundance in observance of Albert S,000 about 1,000 have more than trict No. One will make final pay,- lhauty 10, Dolly 7, Tammy $ and nesday. Wednesday callers at Pickerd's 85th birthday. Saturday one amputation. Of the total,ment to the Contractor hereil Elizabeth 4. Taylors were Richard and Irene they enjoyed a picnic dinner at Snider, Merle Ealy, Philip Ha- Keyhole and dined at Marco Vii- beck, Kenny Rathbun, Jeff Gar- lage Saturday evening. man, Molly Johnston, Patty Craw- Mr. and Mrs. David Habeck ford, Margaret, Dave and Debbie. and Steven were Sunday dinner Richard Snider was a Thursday guests at the Bill Habeck home. supper guest and Berenice Chat- Philip returned home with them. field and Ethel Chatfield called Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smeathon, during the day. Arlene Taylor was in Belle Fourche on Friday. Jer- ry Engelhaupt and Philip Habeck were Friday evening callers and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Bitz of Rapid City and Fritz Chatfield called on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shaw and family and Wendall Carter were Sunday dinner guest~ at the Rich- ard Snider home. Sniders called at Taylors in the evening. Ruth Frolander was a Monday dinner guest at Sniders. Guy Taylor Leland Pickerd, who was sta- called in the evening. Mike Beau- tion~i-on the U.S.S. Shreveport doin came out Tuesday and is r~turned home to stay with his employed at the Snider ranch for ,~ents Jnue 2 and left June 25 awhile. Glen Sandbulte of Gillette ~or Scotland. He will be stationed was a Tuesday dinner guest. Mr. 1V2 years, lie is currently and Mrs. Ferrell Coston of Has- ~rving in the U. S. Navy. kell, Texas called Wednesday morning at Sniders. Edsel Rogers June 30 Irene Snider This community extends sincere to the family of Dutch our mail carrier, passed away on Saturday ag. Debbie and Donna were Monday supper at the Fritz Chatfield called on Thursday. Irene Snider visited Helen Snell Friday after- noon. Sol White of California, called Saturday afternoon at Sniders. Judy Snider returned home Sat- urday night from Montreal, Can- ada. July 2 Opal Oudin Paul and Leora Myers, Sid Dinkins, Richard and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gaines and Snider, Earl, Sandy, Earl Cathy were in Sundance Sunday and Bobie Shaw, Arlene Tay- e,zenmg where Bob participated in Wendell Carter attended a roping at the fair grounds arena. and had birthday Mrs. Bob Gaines and Cathy kept Wendell at the Fritz an appointment in Spearfish home Friday night. Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Gaines and Edith Swenson spent attended the stockgrowers dinner Spearfish at the Ole meeting at Marco Village Thurs- and Wally Swenson day evening. Cathy visited at the my traveled to Savoy Lytle home. Mr. and Mrs. Ken ' Peak in the afternoon.Ames and Robin were Saturday attended funeral services in rfish Wednesday for Mr. Friday callers at the home were Leona Palm- Alfreda Danielson of Cal- and Gertrude and Helen of Spearfish. and Mrs. Earl Shaw and and Wendell Carter called Chaffields Sunday af- Edith Swenson called on evening guests at the Gaines home. Dr. and Mrs. Ken Ames and Robin were Saturday evening guests at the Gaines home. and Mrs. C. E. Gaines brought Scott and Jolito the Gaines ranch Sunday from Sterling, Colo., where they have spent three weeks visiting. Mrs. Meal Garman shopped in Sundance Monday and Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Meal Garman attended the stockgrow- ers meeting at Mateo Village Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Engelhaupt transacted business in Sundance Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Gar- man were Monday evening callers at the Joe Engelhaupt home. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sisk and children, Alaska, spent Tuesday at the Joe Engelhaupt home, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Engelhaupt and daughters shopped in Sundance Thursday and called at the Reuben Hind- man home. Jerry Engelhaupt at- tended an FFA officers meeting in Sundance Friday evening. Roger Rathbun called at the ttal Oudin home Monday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin transacted business in Sundance and Donna were Sunday guests at the Peterson home. They Belie Fourche on Monday. and Mrs. Carl Peterson cal- at Grubbs during the week. Habecks and Wilford Ken- moved cattle to the Peaks Lois Kennedy and Chatfield accompanied to Key Hole Park Earl Shaw called at Ken- on Monday. Evening call- re Mr. and Mrs. Bill Tut- family of Seattle, Wash. Ellard and Terry Wei- Nellie Bationvich of Big Is spending a few days at home. Mr. and Mrs. wood of Newcastle, Chatfield and Ruth Fro- Gillette called at Habecks Sunday afternoon and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Roberts and Becky and Laura and Kirby Roberts were Sunday sup- per guests. Mr. and Mrs. Bub Gibson en- joyed a picnic in the Bear Lodge Sunday and called at the Ben Mil- let home at Aladdin in the after- noon. about 4,500 are leg amputees. Q - One of my employees is a veteran of the U. S. Army, but is a foreign national citizen. What benefits does he have as a vet- eran? A - Generally, he is entitled to the same benefits as a U. S. citizen who is a veteran. Q- My boss is willing to set up an on-the-job training pro- gram for me. How can I get VA approval so that I can draw GI benefits for this training? A - Contact your nearest VA of- fice for complete information and assistance. Moore Business Forms an, REPAIR ORDERS "k SALESBOOKS RESTAURANT CHECKS BILLS OF LADING FUEL METER CHECKS CONTINUOUS STATEMENTS ANYTHING THAT IS PRINTED Printing is Our Business Quality Printing at Competitive Prices mentioned for the herein refer- red to work for the full amount less minor adjustments due him under said contract as recom- mended by the Architect, ani in the event that any claim i6 not filed with said School Dis- trict No. One, Crook County, Sun- dance, Wyoming, prior to sail August 7th, 1973, the same shall be waived. SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. ONR CROOK COUNTY SUNDANCE, WYOMING , By William A. Semlek Clerk June 28; July 5, 12, 18, 1973