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plain any other necesary details about your house or apartment. Always provide the following in- formation before leaving: -- a telephone number where you can be reached and the ap- proximate time you expect to re- turn; -- the name and phone number of a responsible relative or friend Does Your Pillow who the sitter can tell if she can't Need Washing ? reach you; -- the telephone numbers for What kind? Polyester pillows the baby's doctor, the police, and perhaps since they are the most the fire department. popular according to current You shouldn't be too alarmed sales. Other types include those if your baby screams as you're filled with down, feathers, foam leaving. More than likely he'll rubber and kapok. Some are soft- er than others, some firmer, some more durable. Only through per- sonal preference and actual usage can the most satisfactory pillow for each person be determined. Most pillows will last a long time if given proper care. Protect the cover, or ticking, from soil with an underslip. The pillow- case is placed over the underslip, and of course, is laundered more frequently. Each day, fluff and air both feather and down pil- lows. Store extra pillows in a clean, dust-free place, allowing sufficient room for the pillows to soon be playing happily again. Bill Prohibits Fireworks on Forest Lands W. J. Lucas, regional forester, signed a bill June 26 which pro- hibits the discharge of fireworks on national forest lands. The closing order states: The discharging of fireworks on breathe, national forest lands materially Regular washing will extend increases the danger of forest the life of pillows and help them fires on these public properties because of the existence of tam- retain buoyance. Most typ.es of fillings may be washed with the mable material. exception of kapok. If in doubt, locate the pillow manufacturer's and the appliance manufacturer's instruction. Check the cover or ticking carefully and mend all tears or loose seams. If the soil cover is badly soiled, transfer the filling to a new cover and dispose of the old or wash separately. Plan on washing two pillows at a time or balance a single pillow with heavy bath towels. Partial- ly fill the washer with warm wat- er, add soap or detergent and agitate to dissolve. Then plunge pillows into the water until com- pletely submerged and filled with water. Continue to fill machine. For heavily-soiled pillows, soak approximately 15 minutes before agitating. Set wash time for 4 to 8 minutes, using regular agi- tation and spin speeds. Rinse temperature should be warm as well. Use the dryer on high heat for the maximum time to dry pil- lows. Stop the dryer periodically to shake pillows for more even drying. They must be completely dry to prevent mildew. Foam rub- bet should not be dried with heat; use air setting only. An alternative to the automatic dryer is to hang pillows in a warm room with a fan turned directly on them. Or, they may be dried out of doors on a warm, gunny and preferably breezy day, fhfffing them occasionally. Infant When you have to leave your baby, you want a sitter you can depend on to provide good care. Ask friends to recommend some- one, but don't stop there. Have the sitter come over for a brief stay while you're at home. Show her where things are, how you care for the baby, and tell her what you expect. Watch her feed and diaper the baby to see if she seems to know and care about what she's doing. Also be sure that SHE is in good health. Then decide if you want to use her services. On the day you plan to go out, have the sitter come early enough to get acquainted with the baby. And be sure to show her how to lock and open doors, regulate the heat or air conditioning, and ex- q Ph. 467.5557 Hulett, Wyo. Features: ltr BULK SERVICE ENGINE TUNEUPS "A- EVINRUDE SNOWMOBILES 9r AMPHICAT ATV McCULLOUGH and PIONEER CHAINSAWS Roger & Freida Dent Therefore, under authority of 36 CFR 261.2, Section L, oft he Secretary of Agriculture, relating to the protection, occupancy, use and administration of the national forests, all national forest lands and national grasslands within Colorado, Kansas, Wyoming, Ne- braska and South Dakota, of the Rocky Mountain Region, are closed to the discharging of any fireworks thereon is hereby pro- hibited. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. July S, 1973 Let Us Give You A Rig Ph.283-1015 For ladies on those hot summer days ahead, Jack and Jill Shop has shorts, tank tops and cuUotte dresses. IN DISTRICT COURT SEk'YlI JUDICIAL DISTRICT The State of Wyoming, )s)s. County" of Crook In the Matter of the Estate J JESSE L. DRISKILL Deceased. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION OF TIME APPOINTED FOR PROVING WILL, ETC. To all persons interested in said Estate; Notice is hereby given, that Friday, the 20th day of July 1973, at ten o'clock, A. M., of said day, at the Court Room of said Court, in the County of Crook has been appointed as the time and place for proving the Will of said Jesse L. Driskill, de- ceased and for hearing the ap- plication of Jesse B. DriskiU for the issuance to him of Letters Testamentary when and where any person interested may appear and contest the same. Dated this 25th day of June, 1973. Marion Cure Clerk Richard J. Macy, Attorney June 28; July 5, 12. 19, 1973 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that on the 2rid day of July, 1973, (one) William Dunbar or Mary Jane Dunbar DBA Sandcreek Trading Post filed an application for a Retail Liquor License in the of- fice of the Clerk of the County of Crook, for the following des- cribed place and premises, to- wit: A room in a one story frame and stucco building situate in lots 9-10 Block 5 Town of Beulah See Us This is the Right Direction to Head Ron and Clara Orr Sundance Crook County, Wyoming ers Room at the Crook County and protests, ff any there be, Courthouse, Sundance, Wyoming. against the issuance of such lic- (Signed) Francis Hejde, ense will be heard at the hour County Clerk of 9:00 a.m. on the 2rid day of (SEAL) August, 1973, in the Commission- (Dated) July 2, 1973. DR. T.H. PROCTOR Optometrist Spearfish Deadwood 642-4656 578-1761 Established 1885 I GOOD CATIrLE REASONABLY PRICED Newland & Son COLONY, WYOMING I00 count MJB TEABAGS .......................................................... 99 2 lb. All Grinds MJB COFFEE ....................................................... $1.99 Regular KOOL-AID ...................................................... 6 for 25 6 Pack CANNED PEPSI .............................................. 89 Tuffy Asst. Flavors DOG FOOD ........................................ 4 for $I.00 Sliced corn beef-- Sliced Turkey- Sliced Ham and Bacon TASTE-TREET ...................................... pkg. 39 1 lb. Borden's Single Wrap AMERICAN CHEESE .................................... 98 CANTALOUPE ........................................ lb. 19 Bing CHERRIES ...................................... lb. 39 Medium Yellow ONIONS ............................................ 2 Ibs. 29 2 Qt. Downey FABRIC SOFTENER .............................................. $1.39 Any Brand REG. CAKE MIXES ................................................ 2 for 75 15 Oz. HUNT'S WHOLE TOMATOES ................. 4 for $1.00 No. 303 can, Cream Style or Whole Kerne DEL MONTE CORN .................................... 4 for $1.00 12 Oz. Real Gold Concentrate ORANGE DRINK ............................................. 3 for 89 18 Oz. FRONTIER STRAWBERRY JAM ...................................... 39 2 lb. NESTLE'S QUIK ............................................................ 79 BARBECUED CHICKENS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Prices Good