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I ROCKEDINGS OF THE BOARD COUNTY SIONER$ AT THE COURT IIOUSE AT SUNDANCE, WYOMING. (Published at no expense to Crook County, by the Times Pub- lishlng Co., as a service to the people of Crook county). Office of the County Commissioners July 6, 1948. o'clock a. m. The Board of Crook County g:;ommissloners met this day in ~'egular session: Present, H. C. ~lnnlch, chairman, ~Ralph Nickel- ~on, A. C. Moore. Whereas, costs of material and supplies have advanced sharply in the last year and Whereas a greater amount of such supplies were necessary in order to carry on the County Road Program for the 1947-48 ~udget year, it is moved and carried, all members voting aye that a supplemental ap- propriation for the 1947-48 budget year ending June 30, 1948 ,be made in the amount of $4,180.12, same being unanticipated income Trom State Gasoline Tax and For- est ~eserve funds, St~b-section (a) of Section 20-815, Wyoming Corn- *piled Statutes, 1945 and as a- ,mended under Chaper 42, 1947 ~ession Laws. Whereas unforseen costs for 1947-48 Budget year, due to ex- tra activities and the rising costs of help and material have ex- hausted the appropriation for that /year for some of the County Spending Agencies and Whereas, there is now in the District Court Fund, unexpended for the 1947-48 Budget Year a balance of $2,263.64, now, therefore, it is moved and carried, all members voting aye, that the following amounts be transferred to the var- ious departments as listed, from the District Court Fund, accord- ing to Chapter 42 1947 Wyoming .Session laws as ,follows: County Agent $154.00; County Assessor $706.00 County Commis- sioners $129.00. 12 o'clock M. Board recessed i o'clock P. M. Board resumed session. Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 36, Wyoming Revised Statutes, 1931, the Board issued af Proclamation of Primary Elec- tion to be held August 17, 1948. Pursuant to the Provisions of Chapter 36, Wyoming Revised Statutes, 1931, the Board desig- nated the following Election dis- Sricts, the voting places therein, and the following named persons were appointed Judges and Clerks of Election within their respective Election districts for the year 1948; The .boundaries of all Election districts are to he the same as for the 1946 Election with voting and polling places and Election Officials as follows: Sundance Inside No. ~, City Hall: Judges H. R. Ferdinand. ~drs. D. C. Fraser, Mrs. L. G. Lenders. Clerks, Mrs. Edna Bin- ney, Mrs. Kenneth Ealy. Sundance Outside No. 2 Voting Booth: Judges, E. B. Chatfield ~#loyd~,H. Cole, Alfred Schelldorf. Clerks, Harold Schelldorf. Gerald Joy. Beulah No. 3: Judges N. H. 'Phompson, Robert E. Vore, Mrs. Henry Tauck. Inyan Kara No. 4, ,Smith School House: Judges Reuben Necklason Frank L. Plachy, Frank H. Ttnk. CO1. ~rilliams No. 5, Kteckbusch School House: B. F. Lincoln, Hen- ry Lincoln, Dmory George, Farrall ~o. 6, Community Hall: Judges Lyman Ellsbury, James ~addison, Ted Butterfield. Hay Creek No. 7, Aladdin School House: Judges Charles A. Pearson, C. E. Wyman, S. J. Gels. Pine Crqek No. 8, Kruger School House. Judges Margaret Merchant, Walter Marchant, Z. G. Russell. Alva No. 9, Alva School 'House: ~udges V. M. French. Vane I. Cooke, ~ussell French. Clerks, 'Mrs. Vane I. Cooke. Lillian O'Ha- vet. LJttle Missouri No. 10 fAir- heart Bunk House (Formerly John Seely. Judges Jessie Pear- son, Quentin Ballou. James O'Con- nor, Pine Ridge No. 11, Community Building. Judges :~dward M. J. H. Altaffer0 John $ No. 12 Ktmsey School louse: Judges ~,oy N. Thompson, A. C. Hockett, E. L. Kimsey Hulett No. 13, Voting Booth. Judges: Inez T. Davidson, F. T Vasey, Carl Nelson. Clerks A1 berta Bush, Grayee Paihter. Thorn No. 14, Divide School House: Judges Harold W. Oudin, N. W. Lincoln, William Oudin. Jenkins No. 15: Douglas School House: Judges Kenneth Canfield, Harley Douglas, Ver- nte O. Gose. Moorcroft Outside No. 16, Vot- ing Booth. Judges Leonard C. ( Wortham Machinery Co. 75.52 Hejde ~Merc .................... 28.69 Crook County Refinery ...... 37.22 Wortham M~chinery Co .... 9.3.5 E. H. Howard ..... L ................... 46.35 Taylor Service Station ...... 57.13 Willard Fall ...................... 80~94 Roberts Service Station .... 280.60 Ruth Bros .................... 19.60 E. E. Smith Implement Co ............................................. 10.60 Halladay Dettman Co. -~ 56.07 Sheridan Iron Works., Inc ............................................. 3,144.53 Anderson, Earl Cranston, Earl Sissons Machine Shop ........ 45.08 Mellott. COUNTY OFFICERS SALARY Deep Creek ~qo. 17, Mona School[ Helen J. Storrs, Treasur- House: Judges Wm. F. Osloond, ers office ...................... 135.90 Joseph Svoboda, Chas. Massie. Colleen Kipp, assigned :Moorcroft Inside No. 18, City County Treasurer, Hall: Judges Freda Shoemake, Hazel L. Biggs, Ellen J. Russell. Clerks Dorothy Twiford, Inez C. Noonan. Rockypoint No. 20 Nebraska School House: Judges E. S. Dav- idson, W. J. ~Venande, James Donaldson. New Haven No. 23, New Haven tSehool,house: Judges Henry G Hauber, '.Mrs. Art Rathhun, Mrs. Louise Clark. Colony No. 24, Branum Store. Judges: J~mes 1. Newland, Ar- hey Brantley, Cola W. Shepherd. Tower No. 25. School House: Judges A. J. Montgomery, Mrs A. J. Montgomery, Maurice Hau- ber. Oshoto No. 26 Oshoto Store: Assessors office .............. 120.55 John J. Binney, Treasurer 188.16 Otis Reynolds, Attorney .. 150.00 Nora Refiner, Attorney's Office ........................................ 50.00 Mrs. Francis Hejde, Clerk's Office ........................................ 139.50 Eileen M. Dinkins, assess- sor's office ........................... 140.00 Claudis Carr, assigned County Treasurer, Treasurer's Office ............ 20.10 Ray Craft, assigned W. H. Blakeman, Inspection ... 6.49 tion ............................................... 6.40 0. C. Dinkins, assigned County Treasurer ............ 191.66 W. H. Blakeman, Sheriff ...201.91 O. C. Dinkins, erpense ...... 49.07 Iver Pearson, Inspection... 9.30 Judges Vv', A. Glover, John A. Blakeman, Francis Brislawn. 5 p. m. Board recessed. July 7, 1948. 9 o'clock A. M. Board resumed W. C. Mathews, Inspection, assigned WV. H. Blake- man ............................................... 16.00 Herman Kruger, Inspec- pairs 173.57 PI~INTING ~ RECORDS The Times Publishing .Co., Supplies .............. 57.53 Hammond & ~;tephen, sup- plies ....................... 7.20 Sheridan Typewriter and Supply ..................... 7.58 Moorcroft Leader, Print- ing ................................. 10.10 Moorcroft Leader, proceed- ings ......................................... 35.20 The Mills Co., Sup- plies ...................................... 234.16 MISC ]]ILLAN'EOU S Chester Hejde, preparing list ................................... 52.00 Collector of Internal Revenue .. .......................... 113.10 Hazel L. Kelly, assigned County Treasurer, Spell- ing Contest ............................ 8.00 Luella Kipp, tax for County Agent ........................ 118.90 Lee's Pharmacy, su, p- plies ........................................... 54.36 Charles Stagemeyer, trap- per .......................................... 213.94 Mona Shortline Telephone Co., telephones .................. 64.61 State Treasurer, Girl in Girls 'School ........................... 15.00 ~,Villet Keyser, County Agent ......................................... 37.39 Hart Bros. Lumber Co., supplies ....................................... 2.75 State Treasurer Compen- sation ......................................... 18.75 Tracy Motor Co., sup- plies ............................................. 53.20 Sidney Harvey, Justice Court .......................................... 9.90 Wyo. County Officers Association. Claimed- - tion ................................................ 12.54 $300.00 ......................... Laid Over session. Mrs. D. B. Hilton, for John Binney, County Treasurer B. T. Spalding offered $13.73 superintendent ..................... 42.00 appeared before the board and for certificate of Purchase No. Raymond Schlattman, requested that Union State Bank 10123, same being held ~by Crook Inspection .............................. :19.10of Upton, Wyoming and Sun- county. The offer was accepted Emery Williams, In- dance State Bank of Sundance,~ and Certificate of Purchase No. speetion ................................... 2.30 Wyoming be designated as the de- 10125 was assigned to B. T. Spald- Richard Hooper, Clerk's pository :banks for Crook County ing. Office .......................................... 150.00Funds the coming year. It was The following bills were allow- ,Cla/a Mae Eaton, As moved and carried, all members ed and audited against Crook sessor's Office ................... : .... 43.12voting aye, that Union State Bank county: Francis Hejde, County of Upton, Wyoming, and Sun- ROAD AND BRIDGE Clerk ............................................. 202.31dance State Bank of ~Sundance, OPERATORS A~D LABOR Hazel Kelly. Supt ................... 192.53 Vt~yo., be designated and declared Henry B. Barker. assigned H.C. Minnich, Commis- the depository banks for Crook .County Treasurer ............ $166.55 stoner .......................................... 246.95County Funds for the coming Harlow ~I. Oliver . ................. 15.00 Ralph Nickelson, County year. Emerson Pickerd. ....................... 301.20Commissioner, ..................... 32.0412 ,M. Board recessed. Linden Painter ........................ 168.73A. C..Moore, Commis- 1 o'clock P. M. Board resumed D. B. Hilton .............................. 147.50stoner .......................................... 56.00session. Harold Wells .............................. 296.60 tterbert Tope. Inspection 12.40 The Board canvassed theballots Glenn O. Vv'illiams, Con- COURT HOUSE EXPENSE on the County Redistricting Plan tract work ............. ~ ............. $1,000.00City of Sundance, water...4.25for One County .School District Ott H~beck .................................... 17.00Tri County Electric Assn. rand found the following results: Milton Maddison ..................... 126.40 Lights .......................................... 17.20 [ For One District 420 votes; Mel Denniston ........................... 10.00 Model Grocery, supplies... 17.90~Against One District 839 votes. "FUEL. MATERIALS, Chas. P. Oudin, Janitor ...... 158.47]The Board hereby declares that ,REPAIRS Arbuckle & Moore, re- l the plan as submitted did not MUTT AND JEFF ' ..... ........ .... ....... ....... ......... " ....... ........ ' " carry. The Board c lots for Crook County District and found received the highest votes and ,were as follows: For Three Andy Policky; M. O. unexpired two year Keyser. They are clared elected by the The Board canvassed lots for Hulett high trict and found the ceived the highest votes for the three F. T. Vasey; Vernon F. T. Vasey and baum are hereby ed by the Board. The ~ollowmg ,bonds ~ proved and ordered filed: Necklason, Treasurer District No. 3 : Myron treasurer for School 28; R. E. Williams, School District No. 11; Borne, Treasurer for trict No. 10; Helen jane Deputy County Treasurer" Petitions from Cola ard ,W. F. Newland, ,Shelden and Helen al containing and signatures of residents in ony Area protesting of a Liquor License or erage Permit along in Crook County oy in Voting Precinct was the Board. The same away for future when any application mit or License should fore the Board. The following county reports of earnings and c' were approved and ord( into t-he County Gencr~ W. H. Blakeman, sheriff fees, $130.o0, InspectiOn Sidney Harvey, justice Peace for Precinct No. and Costs, $59.60; O. C. Assessor, Poll Tax for Al', and June, $26.00; FranC! Clerk of Court, Civil an~ !aneous fees, $12.35; t H(jde, county clerk, filing and 3fiscellaneO~ $550.40. No further ,business coI fore the Board it was carried to adjourn to Specia! Session July 2~,, nO'Clock p. m. for a pu~. g on the Proposed County Budget. ~,f~" BOARD OF cOUN : :: CO dMIS$ O~ ByH. C. YEH, ON ACooHT OH, HO-T |H'! A ? OHL"/ WKEN W IV? OF -r ls NEW MAT.TER GOOD 50|'T.| I GOT HOW .THE WARM I WITH I.T? TWO PAIRS OF: .TWO WEA.THER HTS WI.TH CO E< .THI SUit'/ NANCY NAd' ICY-- JAM -- WILL YA LEND ME A QUARTER ? NO, SLUGGO-- ! 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