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P~ROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF CROOK COUNTY COMMIS- SIOHERS AT THE COURT HOUSE AT SUNDANCE. WYOMING ', Office of the County ' Commissioners jnly 1946 9 o'cl0~;k A. M. The j Board of Crook County Commissioners met this day in I Reg~flar Session; Present, Ral, ph Nkl~elson, chairman, Bert W. i Eva~, H. C. Minnicl~. Jo~ W. Riohardson offered b~ ~. ~T]~Y and no 100 Dollars for [ ' ~ the following: ~! Commencing at the Southwest ~i . Corner of Lot Numbered Six (6) ~! in Block numbered Three (3), in the Thir(| Addition to fhe " town of Moorcroft (according to the recorded plat thereof) ; thence east, along the South line of said lot, and the continuati(nl thereof, Three Hundred Eighty (380) feet; thence south, .at right angles to said south lot line, Four Hun- dred Sixty (460) feet, to the Northwest corner of a tract of land, conveyed by said Lincoln Land Company, to Ro'binson Mer- cantile Company, by deed dated the 25th day of November, A. D. 1910; thence east, in line parallel with the south line of said lot : Numbered Six (6) and along the i north line of said Robinson Mer- '~ cantile Company tract, three hun- dred (300) feet, from the point of beginning for the tract of .la.ud t herein conveyed; thence south, at right angles to said South Line I Of lot numbered Six (6) and along the east line of said Robin- aqn Mercantile Company tract, Three Hundred ( 300 ) feet ; thence east, i.n a line parallel with said South Lot line, One H;undred Forty (140) feet, thence North, at right angles ther~ Three Hundred (300) thence West, in a line par- lel with the said South Lot One Hundred Forty (140) ~et, to the place of beginning, ect to legal highways and right of ways. The Board then adjourned till 1 P. M. while some of the mem- bers attended a Welfare Board meeting. 1: P. M. Board resumed session A delegation from Hulett and] met with the Board, .dis-! ussing the maintenance of the Alzada road. Taylor Service Station ....... 42.50] Wlllard Fall .............................. 70.32| Buckingham Lumber Co .... 131.33 | Harold Wells Jr ................... 54.52| Ruth Bros. Mach. Co ........9.45| Crook County Refinery ......73.44 | Hejde Mere .................................. 44.64J C & P Auto Gate Co ............. 660.00 COURT HOUSE EXPENSE Edna Blakeman, Board of Prisoners ................................. 20.00 City of Sundance, light.& water . ......................................... 27.02 Chas. P. Oudin, Janitor. ..... 146.20 Sidney Harvey, supplies ...... 2.80 Whereas, due to the increased material costs i~ the mainten- ance and upkeep of the Court House and Grounds, the amount as set aside in the 1945-46 bud_ bet to meet the above costs are exhausted, it is moved and carried, all members voting aye to make the following appropria- tion from the County Cash Re- serve Fund for the remainder of the 1945_46 Fiscal Year in the following amount to meet the above costs as follows: Court House Expense ......... $320.00 5 o'clock P. M. Board recessed. July 3, 1946 9 o'clock A. M. Board resumed session Prese,nt, R a l p h Nickelson, Chair'man, H. C. Minnich. Absent, Bert Wl Evans. The followin'g bills were al- lowed and audited against Crook County: COUNTY OFFICERS SALARY Raymond Schlattman, In- spection .................................... $ 7.60 Sidney Harvey, Assessor ... 179.78 Ricbard Hooper, Deputy Clerk ............................................. 150.00 Hazel L. Kelly, Superin- tendent .................................... 197.86 lver Pearson, 1.nspection ... 2.82 V. H. Roberson, Inspec- tion ................................................ 3.00 Colleen Kipp, ass'd Co. Treas., l)el)uty Assess- or . ............................................. 132.30 ,John J. Binne/ County Treasurer . ................................ 172.06 'Otis Reynolds, Attor.%ey ...... 100.00 Francis Hejde, Co. Clerk ... 182.01 Ralph Nickelson, Comn 's- stoner . ......................................... 43.02 Irven Hejde, Inspection ... 2.40 H. C. Min.nich, Commis- sioner . ......................................... 1 (15.82 Mrs. D. B. Hilton, work for Superintendent ......... 30 00 179.3'~. The: Suzdanee Times, Sundanee, Wyoming i [regular service in ~herldan, Thnes Publishing Co., 65.84 [Campbell, Johnson, and Weston printing .................................... MISCELLANEOUS [ Counties t~ addition to Crook Chas. Ernst, Rent FSA ...... 20.00 [ County. :State Treasurer, Girl in I He will assist workers over 65 Girl School .............................. 46.00 |and their eligible dependents and ~Tilliam Roberts, Justice I the survivors of insured workers Court .......................................... 13.80 of any wage in filing claims for AI Davis, Witness fees ...... 8.10 Mona Short Line Tele. Co. W. H. Blakeman, Sheriff... Nora Roberts, for Co. At- canvass the Ballots for directors torney ....................................... aa a~t' of Crook county High School Dis- O. C. Dinkins, ass'd to Co. - ..... ~:trict No. 2, and found the follow_ The following bills were allow- . Treas., work for Assess- ~d and audited against Crook or . .................................................. 105.00 ROAD AND BRIDGE Operators anal .Bridge Men Milton Ma~dison ..................... $167.00 E. A. McLaughli.n .................. 152.00 Charlie R. Donaldson, ass'd Co. Treas ................... 166.75 E. A. McLaughlin .................. 100.00 Harold Wells .............................. 158.00 Henry B. Barker. Co. Treas. 2I. A. H~ .............................. 185.00 Fuel, Repairs Co ................... 33.31 Material Co .......... 1.49 ........................... t19.35 Z. G. Russell Inspection ... 3.50 F. R. Crago, Deputy Treas- urer . .......................................... 148.10 Barbara Hejde, work in Clerks office ........................ 82~(!. Bert ~V. Eva.ns, Commis- ,,/ stoner 76.38 Pu,blishing Co., ................................................ 105.92 Moorcroft Leader, print- ing ................................................ 14.56 The Mills Co. Electio.n Supplies .................................... 215.42 Sheridan Typewriter & supply Co. supplies ......... 6.70 OF SCHOOL DISTRICT TREASURER DISTRICT NO. 20 RECEIVED AND DISBURSED DURING YEAR CA~H RECEIVE'D~ Balance on hand beginning of fiscal year (school year closes o~ third Saturday in June) ............................................................ $ 923.49 Received from Government Oil Royalty Fund .................................... 204.86 Received from State School Laud Income Fund ................................. 510.74 ,Received from General County School Tax on basis of num- ber of teachers and ~bus drivers ................................................... 279.93 Received from Poll Tax .......................................................................................... 50.00 Received from Special District Tax .............................. ..................... .......... 318.00 i TOTAL .................................................................................................................................... $2,286.84 CASH EXPENDED--- H--INSTRUCTION ILA.4 Rural teachers .................................................................................... $1,189.10 II_C Teaching supplies ............................................................................. 59.56 III---OPERATION OF PLANh III-A-2 Federal withholdin$:itax ...................................................... 25.80 III-B Fttel, water, light, power ............................................................... 36.00 IILD Other expenses of operation ............................................................ 14.89 V~AUXILIARY SERVICES V_D Tuition .................................................................................................................. 405.00 CHARGES Insuralace and surety bonds ............................................................ 5.00 ou hand at close of fiscal year . .................................................. 551.58 : ............................. .. .................................................................................................. $2,286.84 THE STATE OF WYOMING, ) )ss. COUNTY OF CROOK ) I, JAY S. MAHONEY, Treasurer of District No. 20, Crook COunty, State of Wyoming, do hereby certify the within report and foregoing to ,be correct. JAY S. MAHONEY, Treasurer of District Date: June 17, 1946. Telephones .............................. 49.17 Sundance State Bank, rent for Agents Office for 6 months ................................. 90.00 Charles Stagemeyer, trap- per ................................................ 175.00 State Treasurer, Compen- sation .......................................... 62.50 Sundance State Bank, ,Checks for Welfare ...... 7.06 Rosie Jones, Witness fees 8.10 W. H. Blakeman, Postage Election Expense ............ 2.55 Joyce Haass, work for Co. Agent .......................................... 57.50 Collector of Internal Revenue, tax ........................ 60.50 12 M. Board recessed 1 P. M. Board resumed session Comes Harold Schelldorf and presents a petition with eleven signers, petitio,ning the Board for the establisbment of the follow- ing County Road: Commencing at a point on County Highway No. 94 in SWl/~, Sec. 12, T. 51 N. R. 64 W. 6th P. M. Wyo., and running thence in a southeasterly direction across the SW~A, Sec. 12 and NENW, :Sec. 13, T. 51 N. R. 64 W. 6th P. M. Wyo. a~]d terminating at a point on State Highway No. 14, in said NE~NW~, Sec. 13, T. 51. N. R. 64 W. 6th P. M. Wyo. The names of tile owners of the land over which the same is to pass are Gertrude Danielson and Edith Swenson, formerly Edith Daniel_ son.. Ralph Nk.kelson, a disinter- ested elector, was appointed to view the said road as petitioned for and file his report in writing with the Board. The Board the'n proceeded to canvas the Ballots for directors for Crook County High School District No. 1, and found the(():'ol- lowing to have received t'he highest number of votes and they were declared elected by the Board; One year unexpired term, William Oudin; Three Year term, A1 Schelldorf, Claude Seeley. The Board then proceeded to lvlg to have received the highest nt~ber of votes and they were decla'Ted elected 1)3; the board as follows: " Two Year unexpired term, V. I5. Tremble; Three Year Term, John Whities, F. T. Vasey. ng Treasurers bonds "w e~" e apI in the County as follows: School District No. Wilbur I)illavou, School District No. 2, W. A. Ryan; School Dis- triet No. 9, Albert C. Hockett, School District No. 22, Gilbert Brimmer. The following reports of earn- ings and collection of County Officers was approved and ordered paid into the County General Fund as follows: W. H. Blake- ma~, sheriff, licenses and in- spection fees, 47.60; Sidney Har- vey, County Assessor, Poll Tax, $40.00; Francis Hejde, Clerk of Court, Civil, Probate and Miscell- aneous fees, $23.50 and Francis Hejde, County Clerk, Recording, filing and Miscella,neous fees, $5O3.95. No urther business coming be- fore the Board, it was moved and carried to adjourn to meet in Special .Session July 22, 1946 at 8 P.M . to hold a public hearing on the 1946-47 Crook County Budget as presented and adver- tised. Board of Crook County Commissioners RALPH NICKELSON, Chairman ATTEST: FRANCIS tIEJDE, County Clerk. X.-- SOCIAL SECURITY BOARD SETS UP OFFICE AT SHERIDAN The Bureau of Old-Age and Survivors Insurance of the Social Security Board will serve Crook County through a new office at Sheridan which was opened Mon- day, July 1, according to LaVerne K. Jung, manager of the Casper field office of the Board. Patrick J. Shafer is the field representa- tive in charge of the new office which has been designated a de- tached official station under the CasPer office. The Sheridan station occupies space in the U. S. Bmployment Servics office at 321 North Main Street. Mr. :Sharer will provide monthly insurance benefits. Mr. Sharer will also take applications for new and duplicate social se- curity cards and assist employers with their social security record- keepi.ng and reporting problems. Mail inquiries, however, concern-i ing Old-Age and Survivors In- surance should be addressed to the Social Secnrity Board field office at Casper. Mr. Shafer was a member of the Casper staff from April 1942 ~harsday, July 11, 194~ until July 1944. Until he was manager of th recently Security Board fiel~ de Social Missoula, Montana. ~: ffice in The new field represen,., is widely known i~ Wyc~,.[~ communities and will ~be weleon~ed ,back by numerous friends in his service area, .... X BOND SALES CURB INFLATION Treasury Department estimates indicate that the American peopte will have about $22 billion more in 1946 income than they can 4 spend on consumer goods and I services available at legitimate prices. For the good of all, this surplus should go into non-i~- flationary channels. Stockman ES~)~:rs|/::::: ' Thomas Stirling State Treasurer Cotton Slacks for Ladies and Children Color--Blue Sa~fforized Ladies-- sizes 12 to 20 ............ $2.59 Childrens--sizes 7 to 14 .............. $1.89 'S "Everything Sundance Ill Carl A. Dall m Republican Candidat~r State Treasuer 36 years a Stockman-Farlu!" in Wyoming . . . Still Livin on Original Homestead . . . Sa~ Ac~ tive Service in WOrld War 1~ . . Charter Member Post No. 1,Am- ~erican Legion and Post No. i918 of V. F. W .... Taught Schl in Goshen County . . Served ~hree Terms in :State Legislatureitae~--t- :Floor Leader in 1939 . . Probation Officer for four Sars. VOTE FOR CARL A. DALLAM for i STATE TREASURER } II III He Is! Qualified to Serve Yqu