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Victory Buy War Bonds Last Friday evening several of the ladies surprised Mrs. C. E. Russell, the occasion being her ~birthday. The happy group went in a body and started singing "'Happy Birthday' upon nearing her home. Then they all went up to Mrs. Kirby's home where everything was arranged for an evening of cards. At a late hour Mrs. Blggs, :~rs. Kirby served a delicious luncheon of sandwiches, The Sundance Times, Sundance, Wyoming In The Black Hills of pickles, cake and coffee. All adjourned at a late hour wishing Ellen many more happy birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Hudson Wood of Goldie came in Tuesday to get their tractor after having it re- paired. Ulysus Eitel left V/ednesday morning for induction in the army. Vincent Thompson of Newcastle was a Moorcroft visitor Monday night. Frank Sipe left on the bus Mon- day after spending a short fur- lough with home folks. He will report to a camp in California. Tuesday visitors in town were Report of School District Treasurer DISTRICT NO 8 FUNDS RECEIVED AND DISBURSED DURING YEAR CASH RECEIVED Balance on hand beginning of fiscal year (school year closes ", on third Saturday in June) .$1,793.05 Received from Government Oil Royalty Fund 374.82 Received from State School Land Income Fund 412.83 Received from General County Sbhool Tax on basis of num- ber of teachers and bus drivers Received from Poll Tax Received from Special District Tax 'IX)TAL CASH ADMINISTRATION-- School hoard expense Federal withholding tax Teacher retirement fund INSTRUCTION--- Rural teachers Teaching supplies Other instructional supplies and expenses OPERATION OF PLANT--- Fuel, water, light, power AUXILIARY SERVI~F-IS~ Tuition 606.90 94.00i 1,805.00 45.00 77.66 23.94 2,064.39 93.42 1.204 59.50 .231.50 110.50 50.00 8.00 8.00 22.86 Otre of isolated children Transportation FIXED CHAR~SES--- Treasurer Report Surety Bond District's share teacher retirement .$2,290.63 Balance on hand at close of fiscal year TOTAL $5,086.60 STATE OF WYOMING ) )as. County of Crook ) I, EMORY GEORGE, Treasurer of District No. 8, Crook County, 6tate of Wyoming, do hereby certify the within report and foregoing to be correct. EMORY GEORGE, Treasurer of District Date June 19, 1944. Report of School District Treasurer DISTRICT NO. 9 FUNDS RECEIVED AND DISBURSED DURING YEAR (school year $1,269.21 499.76 703.34 1,456.59 848.20 110.00 1,670.00 CASH RECEIVED Balance on hand beginning of fiscal year closes on third Saturday in June) Received from Government O11 Royalty Fund Received from State School Land Income Fund Received from Equalization Fund Received from General County School 2~ax on basis of num- ber of teachers and bus drivers Received from Poll Tax .~-eceived from Special District Tax TOTAL !" i '~ CASH EXPENDED ADMINISTRATION--- School board expense ether administration supplies and expenses INSTRUCTION--- Rural teachers Federal withholding tax Teacher retirement fund Library $6,552.10 150.00 19.28 3,370.25 254.25 57.9O 98.75 195.14 144.00 7.00 1,025.00! 10.00 1,220.53 Teaching supplies OPERATION OF PLANT-- Fuel, water, light, power Other expenses of operation AUXILIARY SERVICES--- Care of isolated children FIXED CHARGES-- Workmen's compensation Balance on hand at close of fiscal year TOTALS $6,552.10 Hans Kummerfeld, Joe McDonald Mr. and Mrs. John Daughtery and of Oshoto, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd son Jerry were in a car wreck Koch and family and Frank, Mr. last Monday on their way home. and Mrs. bIcCalla of the H-K The accident occured not so far ranch, Merritt Barton, Mr. and from Billings. The car over- Mrs. Sipe and family, Mrs. Graves turned several times going over and daughter, Mrs. Johannassen an embankement. Mr. Daughtery of Carlile. On Saipan Mrs. Mettle Stewart tells us she received a letter from her grandson, Raymond Zimmerschied He is now on Saipan and said for them not to worry about him as everything is under control now. Wayne West transacted busi- ness in Gillette Tuesday. Vern Kirby writes from Great Falls that he had taken ~bout a 200 mile trip in a C-47 the other day--said the trip was beautiful-- flew over Glacier park and how he wished for a Kodak. Sgt. Rodney Davis and wife and small son left MOnday for his post in Texas. Rodney has been here spending a few days furlough with homefolks. Mrs. E. L. Shaulis whites from San Diego that she is up and around again. Ida Jean has not been very well and the doctor thinks she has appendicitis. Norma Allen of Carlile was a Moorcroft visitor Wednesday. She brought in part of a hay sweep to be repaired. Mrs. Rollins and Jack Hu ~returned WednesdaT after a months vacation spent visiting relatives in Ohio, Iowa and New York. Mrs. Ed Stevenson returned Sunday from Rochester where she has been the past several weeks. She tells us she is much improved in health and gained five pounds while there. Mr. I-Iockett was a Moorcroft visitor late Wednesday nits to meet the bus--his daughter and small baby came down from Sher- idan. L. I-L Robinson, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Shoemake, left Wednesday for Denver. Mrs. O. J. Biggs and Mrs. Pray were Gillette visitors Wednesday and again Friday. Friday shoppers in town were Mrs. Moss and daughter of Buf- falo creek, Frank Koch and ne- phew, Mr. and Mrs. Del Evans of Oshoto and John Blakeman, Mrs. Frank Watts and Mrs. Currie Griffis of Buffalo, AI LaBounty and Vincent Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart and family of Rozet. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Storm of Hulett were Moorcroft and Gil- lette visitors Friday. Mrs. Emma McKean was in town Friday. Sam Ewing of Belle Fourche was a visitor in Moorcroft last week end. ON FURLOUGH___ Pfc. Virgil Moss (37460065) of A Btry, 616 FA Bn., APO 345, Camp Swift Texas, arrived on the bus Friday night for a few days furlough with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Boles of Oshoto left last week for Ther- mopolis where Mr. Boles will take treatments for several weeks. Willis Hughes left on the bus Friday night after spending a short furlough with home folks. Mr. and Mrs, Lee Johnson, who were residents of Moorcroft for several years, were here from Sh e r I d a n Saturday evening. Their son Earl is now in the Mar- shall Islands and Louis is on a sub-chaser somewhere in the Pa- cific. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pray were fishing at Sand Creek Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mlllard Ripley, who are employed at the Bishop ranch, stopped in Moorcroft Sun- day evening. They received a c~blegram Sunday from their son Jack who is a gunner on a bom- ber, that he had landed safely on foreign soil. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Russell, Mrs. ~Taymire and Merrilyn, and Mrs. Kirby were picking gooseberries on Pine Ridge Sunday. HURT IN ACCIDENT Word has been received that THE STATE OF WYOMING ) )as. County of Crook ) I, A. C. HOCKETT, Treasurer of District No. 9, Crook County, State of Wyoming, do hereby certify the within report and foregoing to be correct. JL C. HOCKETT, Treasurer of District Date June 19, 1944. was quite badly hurt and is stfll in the hospital. Mrs. Daughter? and Jerry suffered bruises ~ll minor cuts. Alwyn Hall of Sheridan ~ visiting home folks this week ~& DEADWOOD Presents the Colorful FRIDAY--SATURDAY--SUNDAY BIG FREE HISTORIC PARADE-- Friday and Saturday--10:00 A. M. AFTERNOON SHOW--AMUSEMENT PARK, 1:30 P. M. Big Contest Rodeo featuring Saddle Bucking, Bare- back Bronc Riding, Bulldogging, Calf Roping, Wild Buffalo Ridhig; W'ild Horse Race, Friday and Sat- urday; 4-H Calf Catching Contest, Sunday. Historic Pageantry, Races, Sioux Indians, Belle Fourche Mounted Quadrille. GAY NIGHT LIFE UPTOWN "Trial of Jack McCall"---2 Shows Nightly, 7:30 and 9:00. Plenty of Rides, Concessions, Shows, Band Con- certs, Dancing and other entertainment. THIS YEAR SEE Warner Bros. Studios make colored movies of the entire show. 3--THREE BIG DAYS and NIGHTS--3 CONSERVE FARM STRUCTURES with GLIDDEN'S Special PAINTS ECONOMICAL EXPERTLY MIXED TESTED BY USE EASY TO APPLY PROTECTIVE Our extra value barn paint gives more proteetion, more brilliance, and eosts less than other paints of same quality. Sale Ends Saturday, July 29th 5 Gal. OUTSIDE PAINT .... per gaL $2.10 (Single Gallons ........ $2.30) ENAMEL PAINT .............. per gaL $2.30 4-Hr. Quik-Dry g Enamel .......... 98c (Pints .................... 79c) MANY OTHER SPECIAL ITEMS oN SALE I 0VRCEg, solrl'x